Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Removal

REMOVAL

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the steering intermediate shaft assembly and pinion shaft of steering gear assembly, be sure to place matchmarks before servicing.

PROCEDURE

1. PLACE FRONT WHEELS FACING STRAIGHT AHEAD

2. SECURE STEERING WHEEL

(a) Secure the steering wheel with the seat belt in order to prevent it from rotating.

HINT:

This operation is necessary to prevent damage to the spiral cable.


3. REMOVE FRONT WHEELS

4. SEPARATE STEERING INTERMEDIATE SHAFT ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the bolt and slide the steering intermediate shaft assembly.

NOTICE:

Do not separate the steering intermediate shaft assembly from the steering link assembly.


(b) Put matchmarks on the steering intermediate shaft assembly and steering link assembly.

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Matchmark


(c) Separate the steering intermediate shaft assembly from the steering link assembly.

5. SEPARATE TIE ROD ASSEMBLY LH

(a) Remove the cotter pin and nut.


(b) Install SST to the tie rod end.

SST: 09960-20010

09961-02060

NOTICE:

Make sure that the upper ends of the tie rod end and SST are aligned.


(c) Using SST, separate the tie rod end from the steering knuckle.

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Tie the string without allowing for any slack.

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Place the wrench here.

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Turn

SST: 09960-20010

09961-02010

CAUTION:

Apply grease to the threads and end of the SST bolt.

NOTICE:

  • When securing SST to the steering knuckle, be sure to tighten SST using a string to prevent it from falling.
  • Install SST so that A and B are parallel.
  • Be sure to place a wrench on the part indicated in the illustration.
  • Do not damage the front disc brake dust cover.
  • Do not damage the ball joint dust cover.
  • Do not damage the steering knuckle.

6. SEPARATE TIE ROD ASSEMBLY RH

HINT:

Perform the same procedure as for the LH side.

7. SEPARATE FRONT NO. 1 STABILIZER BRACKET LH


8. SEPARATE FRONT NO. 1 STABILIZER BRACKET RH

HINT:

Perform the same procedure as for the LH side.

9. SEPARATE FRONT STABILIZER BAR WITH BRACKET


10. SEPARATE STEERING LINK ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the 2 bolts, 2 nuts and separate the steering link assembly from the front frame assembly.

NOTICE:

  • Because the nut has its own stopper, do not turn the nut. Loosen the bolt with the nut secured.
  • Use wire or an equivalent tool to keep the steering link assembly.

11. REMOVE FRONT FRAME ASSEMBLY

  • for 1AR-FE: (See page )

  • for 2GR-FE: (See page )

12. REMOVE STEERING LINK ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the steering link assembly from the vehicle.

13. REMOVE TIE ROD ASSEMBLY LH

(a) Put matchmarks on the tie rod assembly LH and steering rack end sub-assembly.

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Matchmark


(b) Loosen the lock nut, and remove the tie rod assembly LH and lock nut.

14. REMOVE TIE ROD ASSEMBLY RH

HINT:

Perform the same procedure as for the LH side.

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