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Toyota Venza: On-vehicle Inspection

ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION

PROCEDURE

1. INSPECT SPEEDOMETER

(a) Check the operation.

(1) Using a speedometer tester (calibrated chassis dynamometer), check the speedometer indication according to the table below.

Reference:

Chassis Dynamometer Indication (km/h)

Acceptable Range (km/h)

Data in ( ) is for reference

20

(17.5 to 21.5)

40

38.0 to 42.0

60

58.0 to 63.0

80

78.0 to 84.0

100

98.5 to 104.5

120

119.0 to 125.0

140

139.0 to 146.0

160

159.0 to 167.0

180

179.0 to 188.0

200

199.0 to 209.0

NOTICE:

Tire wear as well as over or under inflation will cause errors.

(2) Check the deviation of the speedometer indication from the acceptable range.

Reference:

Less than 0.5 km/h (0.3 mph)

HINT:

If the indication is not as specified, go to Problem Symptoms Table (See page ).


2. INSPECT TACHOMETER

(a) Connect the Techstream, and start the engine.

(b) Compare the test results with the tachometer indications.

Techstream Indication (rpm)

Acceptable Range

Data in ( ) is for Reference

700

630 to 770

1000

(900 to 1100)

2000

(1850 to 2150)

3000

2800 to 3200

4000

(3800 to 4200)

5000

4800 to 5200

6000

(5750 to 6250)

7000

6700 to 7300

HINT:

If the indication is not as specified, go to Problem Symptoms Table (See page ).


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