Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Installation

INSTALLATION

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

NOTICE:

If installing a new rear differential carrier assembly, remove the 2 differential side seal caps before installing the rear drive shaft assembly.

PROCEDURE

1. INSTALL REAR DIFFERENTIAL DYNAMIC DAMPER

HINT:

This step should be performed only when the rear differential dynamic damper is replaced.

(a) Install the rear differential dynamic damper with the bolt.

Torque:

27 N·m {270 kgf·cm, 20 ft·lbf}


2. TEMPORARILY TIGHTEN REAR NO. 1 DIFFERENTIAL SUPPORT

(a) Temporarily install the rear No. 1 differential support to the differential carrier assembly with 2 new bolts and 2 new nuts.

NOTICE:

  • Be sure to install the rear No. 1 differential support facing in the direction shown in the illustration.
  • Be sure to install each nut to position (A) shown in the illustration.

HINT:

The nuts have tabs to prevent them from rotating.


3. INSTALL DIFFERENTIAL SUPPORT

(a) Install the differential support to the differential carrier assembly with 3 new bolts.

Torque:

167 N·m {1700 kgf·cm, 123 ft·lbf}


4. TEMPORARILY TIGHTEN REAR DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER ASSEMBLY WITH DIFFERENTIAL SUPPORT

(a) Temporarily install the rear differential carrier assembly with differential support to the rear side of the rear suspension member assembly with the 3 rear mounting bolts.


(b) Temporarily install the rear differential carrier assembly with differential support to the front side of the rear suspension member assembly with the 2 bolts and 2 nuts.

HINT:

The nuts have tabs to prevent them from rotating.


5. FULLY TIGHTEN REAR DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER ASSEMBLY WITH DIFFERENTIAL SUPPORT

NOTICE:

Do not tighten the bolts with the inner cylinder or rear differential mount cushion tilted.

(a) Install the rear differential carrier assembly with differential support to the rear side of the rear suspension member assembly with the 3 rear mounting bolts.

Torque:

95 N·m {970 kgf·cm, 70 ft·lbf}


(b) Install the rear differential carrier assembly with differential support to the front side of the rear suspension member assembly with the 2 bolts and 2 nuts.

Torque:

114 N·m {1162 kgf·cm, 84 ft·lbf}

HINT:

The nuts have tabs to prevent them from rotating.


6. FULLY TIGHTEN REAR NO. 1 DIFFERENTIAL SUPPORT

(a) Install the rear No. 1 differential support to the rear differential carrier assembly with the 2 new bolts and 2 new nuts.

Torque:

86 N·m {877 kgf·cm, 63 ft·lbf}

NOTICE:

Make sure that each nut is installed to position (A) shown in the illustration.

HINT:

The nuts have tabs to prevent them from rotating.


7. INSTALL REAR SUSPENSION MEMBER


8. INSTALL FRAME WIRE


9. INSTALL NO. 3 FLOOR WIRE (w/ HID Headlight System)


10. INSTALL REAR DRIVE SHAFT SNAP RING LH


11. INSTALL REAR DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH


12. INSTALL REAR DRIVE SHAFT SNAP RING RH


13. INSTALL REAR DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY RH


14. CONNECT REAR NO. 1 SUSPENSION ARM ASSEMBLY LH


15. CONNECT REAR NO. 1 SUSPENSION ARM ASSEMBLY RH


16. TEMPORARILY TIGHTEN REAR NO. 2 SUSPENSION ARM ASSEMBLY LH


17. TEMPORARILY TIGHTEN REAR NO. 2 SUSPENSION ARM ASSEMBLY RH


18. INSTALL REAR STRUT ROD ASSEMBLY LH


19. INSTALL REAR STRUT ROD ASSEMBLY RH


20. INSTALL REAR HEIGHT CONTROL SENSOR SUB-ASSEMBLY (w/ HID Headlight System)


21. INSTALL NO. 3 PARKING BRAKE CABLE ASSEMBLY


22. INSTALL NO. 2 PARKING BRAKE CABLE ASSEMBLY


23. INSTALL REAR AXLE SHAFT NUT LH


24. INSTALL REAR AXLE SHAFT NUT RH


25. INSTALL REAR SPEED SENSOR LH


26. INSTALL REAR SPEED SENSOR RH


27. TEMPORARILY TIGHTEN PROPELLER WITH CENTER BEARING SHAFT ASSEMBLY


28. FULLY TIGHTEN PROPELLER WITH CENTER BEARING SHAFT ASSEMBLY


29. INSTALL NO. 1 FLOOR UNDER COVER


30. INSPECT AND ADJUST TRANSFER OIL

(a) Inspect and adjust transfer oil (See page ).


31. INSTALL CENTER EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the center exhaust pipe assembly.

HINT:

Refer to the instructions for Installation of the exhaust pipe (See page for 2GR-FE,
for 1AR-FE).

32. ADD DIFFERENTIAL OIL

(a) When reusing the rear differential carrier assembly:

(1) Using a 10 mm hexagon wrench, install a new gasket and the rear differential drain plug.

Torque:

39 N·m {398 kgf·cm, 29 ft·lbf}


(2) Add differential oil (See page ).


(b) When using a new rear differential carrier assembly:

(1) Using a 10 mm hexagon wrench, remove the rear differential carrier cover plug and gasket.


(2) Add differential oil (See page ).


33. INSPECT DIFFERENTIAL OIL


34. INSTALL REAR DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER COVER PLUG


35. INSPECT FOR DIFFERENTIAL OIL LEAK

36. INSPECT FOR EXHAUST GAS LEAK

37. INSTALL REAR WHEELS

Torque:

103 N·m {1050 kgf·cm, 76 ft·lbf}

38. STABILIZE SUSPENSION


39. FULLY TIGHTEN REAR NO. 2 SUSPENSION ARM ASSEMBLY LH


40. FULLY TIGHTEN REAR NO. 2 SUSPENSION ARM ASSEMBLY RH


41. INSPECT AND ADJUST REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT

(a) Inspect and adjust the rear wheel alignment (See page ).


42. CHECK FOR SPEED SENSOR SIGNAL

(a) Check for the speed sensor signal (See page ).


43. HEIGHT CONTROL SENSOR SIGNAL INITIALIZATION (w/ HID Headlight System)

(a) Initialize the height control sensor signal (See page ).


44. INSPECT AND ADJUST HEADLIGHT AIMING (w/ HID Headlight System)

(a) Inspect and adjust the headlight aiming (See page ).


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