Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Rear Wheel Alignment

Adjustment

ADJUSTMENT

PROCEDURE

1. INSPECT TIRES

(a) Inspect the tires (See page ).


2. MEASURE VEHICLE HEIGHT


3. INSPECT CAMBER

Camber (Unloaded Vehicle):

Model

Engine

Camber Inclination

Right-left Difference

2WD

1AR-FE

-1°13' +/- 45' (-1.22° +/- 0.75°)

45' (0.75°) or less

2GR-FE

-1°14' +/- 45' (-1.23° +/- 0.75°)

AWD

1AR-FE

-0°47' +/- 45' (-0.78° +/- 0.75°)

2GR-FE

-0°48' +/- 45' (-0.80° +/- 0.75°)

HINT:

Camber is not adjustable. If the measurement is not within the specified range, inspect the suspension parts for damage and/or wear, and replace them if necessary.

4. INSPECT TOE-IN

Toe-in (Unloaded Vehicle):

Model

Specified Condition

Right-left Difference

2WD

C + D: 0°17' +/- 0°10' (0.28° +/- 0.16°)

30' (0.50°) or less

B - A: 3.8 +/- 2.0 mm (0.150 +/- 0.0787 in.)

-

AWD

C + D: 0°16' +/- 0°10' (0.27° +/- 0.16°)

30' (0.50°) or less

B - A: 3.6 +/- 2.0 mm (0.142 +/- 0.0787 in.)

-


If the toe-in is not within the specified range, adjust it at the rear No. 2 suspension arms.

HINT:

Measure "B - A" only when "C + D" cannot be measured.

5. ADJUST TOE-IN (for 2WD)

(a) Measure the lengths of the right and left rear No. 2 suspension arms.

Difference in the length of rear No. 2 suspension arms:

1.5 mm (0.0590 in.) or less

If the left-right difference is larger than 1.5 mm (0.0590 in.), adjust it by following the procedures below.


(b) Loosen the 2 lock nuts.


(c) If the length difference between the left and right rear No. 2 suspension arm assemblies is not within the specified range, adjust it by following the procedures below.

(1) If the toe-in measurement is greater than the specified range, extend the shorter rear No. 2 suspension arm assembly by rotating the adjusting tube in the direction of arrow B in the illustration.

(2) If the toe-in measurement is less than the specified range, shorten the longer rear No. 2 suspension arm assembly by rotating the adjusting tube in the direction of arrow A in the illustration.

(3) Measure the toe-in.

(d) Turn the right and left adjusting tubes by an equal amount to adjust toe-in.

HINT:

  • Try to adjust the toe-in to the center of the specified range.
  • One turn of each adjusting tube will adjust the toe-in by approximately 11.1 mm (0.437 in.).

(e) Tighten the lock nuts while securing the adjusting tube in the order indicated below:

Torque:

56 N·m {571 kgf·cm, 41 ft·lbf}

  1. Tighten the outside lock nut.
  2. Tighten the inside lock nut.
  3. Retighten the outside lock nut.

6. ADJUST TOE-IN (for AWD)

(a) Measure the distance between each wheel disc and the center of the toe-adjusting cam.

Difference in the distance between each wheel disc and the center of the toe-adjusting cam:

1.0 mm (0.0393 in.) or less

If the left-right difference is larger than 1.0 mm (0.0393 in.), adjust it by following the procedures below.

(b) Loosen the toe-adjust cam set nuts.


(c) If the distance between each wheel disc and the center of the toe-adjusting cam is not within the specified range, adjust it by following the procedures below.

(1) If the toe-in measurement is greater than the specified range, extend the shorter rear No. 2 suspension arm assembly by rotating the adjust cams in the direction of arrow B in the illustration.

(2) If the toe-in measurement is less than the specified range, shorten the longer rear No. 2 suspension arm assembly by rotating the adjust cams in the direction of arrow A in the illustration.

(3) Measure the toe-in.

(d) Turn the adjust cams by an equal amount to adjust toe-in.

HINT:

  • Try to adjust the toe-in to the center of the specified range.
  • One graduation of each adjusting cam will adjust the toe-in by approximately 3.3 mm (0.130 in.).

(e) Tighten the toe-adjust cam set nuts.

Torque:

100 N·m {1020 kgf·cm, 74 ft·lbf}

NOTICE:

The final torque must be applied under standard vehicle height conditions.

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