Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Removal

REMOVAL

PROCEDURE

1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the cable, some systems need to be initialized after the cable is reconnected (See page ).


2. REMOVE COOL AIR INTAKE DUCT SEAL


3. REMOVE NO. 1 ENGINE COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY


4. REMOVE V-RIBBED BELT

HINT:

See page


5. REMOVE WIRE HARNESS CLAMP BRACKET


(a) Detach the wire harness clamp from the clamp bracket.

(b) Remove the bolt and clamp bracket.

6. REMOVE GENERATOR ASSEMBLY

(a) Disconnect the generator connector.


(b) Remove the terminal cap.

(c) Remove the nut and disconnect the generator wire.

(d) Remove the bolt and wire harness clamp bracket.

(e) Remove the 2 bolts and generator.


Components
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