Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Installation

INSTALLATION

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

HINT:

When installing new name plates and emblem, heat the vehicle body, name plates and emblem using a heat light.

Heating Temperature

Item

Temperature

Vehicle Body

40 to 60°C (104 to 140°F)

Emblem, Name Plate

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

NOTICE:

Do not heat the vehicle body, name plates or emblem excessively.

PROCEDURE

1. INSTALL NO. 1 BACK DOOR EMBLEM

(a) Install the No. 1 back door emblem with the guide and 2 claws.

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Protective Tape

NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.


2. INSTALL NO. 2 BACK DOOR NAME PLATE

(a) Clean the vehicle body surface.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body surface.

(2) Remove any double-sided tape from the vehicle body.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(b) Clean the name plate (if reusing the name plate).

(1) Using a heat light, heat the name plate.

(2) Remove the double-sided tape from the name plate.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(4) Apply new double-sided tape to the name plate.

(c) Install the No. 2 back door name plate.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and the No. 2 back door name plate.

(2) Remove the release paper from the No. 2 back door name plate.

HINT:

After removing the release paper, keep the exposed adhesive free from foreign matter.

(3) Install the No. 2 back door name plate as shown in the illustration.

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Location Pin

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3. INSTALL NO. 3 BACK DOOR NAME PLATE (for AWD)

(a) Clean the vehicle body surface.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body surface.

(2) Remove any double-sided tape from the vehicle body.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(b) Clean the name plate (if reusing the name plate).

(1) Using a heat light, heat the name plate.

(2) Remove the double-sided tape from the name plate.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(4) Apply new double-sided tape to the name plate.

(c) Install the No. 3 back door name plate.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and the new No. 3 back door name plate.

(2) Remove the release paper from the No. 3 back door name plate.

HINT:

After removing the release paper, keep the exposed adhesive free from foreign matter.

(3) Install the No. 3 back door name plate as shown in the illustration.

Standard Measurement

Dimension

Measurement

A

41.6 mm (1.6378 in.)

B

52.3 mm (2.0591 in.)

C

37.6 mm (1.4803 in.)

4. INSTALL NO. 4 LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR PLATE (w/ Grade Mark)

(a) Clean the vehicle body surface.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body surface.

(2) Remove any double-sided tape from the vehicle body.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(b) Clean the name plate (if reusing the name plate).

(1) Using a heat light, heat the door plate.

(2) Remove the double-sided tape from the door plate.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(4) Apply new double-sided tape to the door plate.

(c) Install the No. 4 luggage compartment door plate.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and the new No. 4 luggage compartment door plate.

(2) Remove the release paper from the No. 4 luggage compartment door plate.

HINT:

After removing the release paper, keep the exposed adhesive free from foreign matter.

(3) Install the No. 4 luggage compartment door plate as shown in the illustration.

for LE:

Standard Measurement

Dimension

Measurement

for 2WD

for AWD

A

32.1 mm (1.2638 in.)

52.6 mm (2.0709 in.)

B

51.5 mm (2.0276 in.)

53.0 mm (2.0866 in.)

C

23.4 mm (0.9213 in.)

169.9 mm (6.6890 in.)

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*A

for 2WD

*B

for AWD

for XLE:

Standard Measurement

Dimension

Measurement

for 2WD

for AWD

A

30.5 mm (1.2008 in.)

52.6 mm (2.0709 in.)

B

53.0 mm (2.0866 in.)

52.8 mm (2.0787 in.)

C

21.6 mm (0.8504 in.)

193.2 mm (7.6063 in.)

Text in Illustration

*A

for 2WD

*B

for AWD

for LIMITED:

Standard Measurement

Dimension

Measurement

for 2WD

for AWD

A

32.5 mm (1.2795 in.)

52.9 mm (2.0827 in.)

B

52.9 mm (2.0827 in.)

52.6 mm (2.0709 in.)

C

24.0 mm (0.9449 in.)

221.7 mm (8.7283 in.)

D

124.5 mm (4.9016 in.)

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Text in Illustration

*A

for 2WD

*B

for AWD

5. INSTALL HOOD EMBLEM

(a) Clean the vehicle body surface.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body surface.

(2) Remove any double-sided tape from the vehicle body.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(b) Clean the name plate (if reusing the name plate).

(1) Using a heat light, heat the name plate.

(2) Remove the double-sided tape from the name plate.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(4) Apply new double-sided tape to the name plate.

(c) Install the hood emblem.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and the hood emblem.

(2) Remove the release paper from the hood emblem.

HINT:

After removing the release paper, keep the exposed adhesive free from foreign matter.

(3) Install the hood emblem as shown in the illustration.

Text in Illustration

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Location Pin

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