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Toyota Landcruiser 70 Series SIBS Installation And Servicing Manual

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Remove the parts from their packaging and carefully check that the kit contains all the parts listed on the delivery document. Familiarize yourself with each part and learn where it goes. Keep the parts clean at all times. WARNING: A SIBS unit must not be contaminated with any external material/substance – this may adversely affect its operation and reliability. 3.1. Suggestions: 3.1.1. Inspect each brake and supplied items against the packing list included in the shipment. 3.1.2. Ensure all items are included as described. 3.1.3. Ensure all components remain in their original packaging until required for assembly. 3.1.4. Ensure vehicle stub shafts are clean, free from rust, dirt, corrosion or any foreign material. 3.1.5. Thoroughly read the Service Manual. Familiarize yourself with the tools required and prepare them for use; familiarise yourself with the parts of the brake and the process required for fitting each brake and control system. 3.1.6. Ensure complete cleanliness of all brake components and the working environment around the vehicle. 3.1.7. Ensure no contamination of the brake assemblies occurs during installation. 3.1.8. Follow the points in the manual as described; if you are not sure – check the Manual. 3.1.9. Place each brake close to the vehicle adjacent to the axle where the brake is to be fitted, ensuring that they cannot by contaminated by any foreign material.
S4 6 Manual for Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series (Post March 2007 models) MAN-003 REV07 (June 2009) Section 4: Pre-Installation Check 4. Pre-Installation Check 4.1. Preparation Ensure all the tools, equipment and brake components are readily available. Before starting the installation, check as required according to the system you are fitting: 4.1.1. The battery is disconnected. 4.1.2. The vehicle is standing safely on a hoist. 4.1.3. The original TOYOTA brake and hub assemblies have been removed as required for Rear only or Full vehicle ABT installation. For full installation remove front brake hoses also. 4.1.4. The handbrake cable and lever have been removed. 4.1.5. The required amount of SIBS® fluid is available. 4.1.6. An empty drain pan is available. 4.2. Fitting Sequence 4.2.1. Rear inner housing (left and right) 4.2.2. Rear outer housing (left and right) 4.2.3. Rear Expansion Chambers 4.2.4. EMMA™ Engine Bay Pump Assembly (under the bonnet) 4.2.5. EMMA™ PECB and Cabin Harness (inside Cabin) 4.2.6. Bleeding of the EMMA™ system 4.2.7. Front inner housing (left and right) 4.2.8. Front outer housing (left and right) 4.2.9. Front Expansion Chambers 4.2.10. Brake master cylinder & vacuum booster 4.2.11. Bleeding the service brake system Drawings 24-0110 (Brake Assy Front) and 24-0110 (Brake Assy Rear) show how the parts are assembled. Table 1 and Table 2 enlist individual parts in their respective assemblies. NOTE: Refer to Appendix for complete SIBS Product and Spare Parts List

Toyota Landcruiser Rear Brake Upgrade Package / Installation Manual

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Toyota Landcruiser Rear Brake Upgrade Package HOPPERS STOPPERS HOPPERS STOPPERS HOPPERS STOPPERS HOPPERS STOPPERS 4 4 4 4 Rear Brake Upgrade Package 78/79 Series Toyota Landcruiser Cause of Rear Brake Problems 1 Combining a drum handbrake and a disc rotor and caliper within the confines of a 16-inch wheel necessitates a small brake caliper and small pad radial section, resulting in an undersized pad area. The standard design has a thin disc and a handbrake of small diameter and swept area relative to the weight of the vehicle. 2 The backing plate and handbrake arrangement allow mud and slurry to enter but not exit, causing abrasives to accumulate and rapidly destroy the handbrake, including its function as an emergency brake. 3 The small disc pad contact area is at odds with the affects of loading under abrasive conditions where rates of wear are parabolic for wear rate versus load. 4 The handbrake design is fiddly and complicated with many small parts that prove to be difficult to assemble correctly. Hoppers Stoppers design solution There appear to be a few possible ways to approach this problem, with a couple of companies proposing designs. Some take unconventional and unusual approaches but appear expensive to purchase and repair; with their application probably only justified if they perform perfectly for a very long time. Hoppers Stoppers’ approach is to stick to proven principles and overcome the basic weakness of the existing design. By all reports, the front brakes on these Toyotas work adequately, and considering their environment do not give significant problems in the field. In our view these brakes are not particularly special in their engineering, just the same basic front brakes that they have made for many years. If we built a rear brake set as solid and even better designed than the front it should last as long. This requires a big, thick disc rotor and brake lining swept area similar to the front

Inalfa Event Spoiler Series Installation and Service Manual

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Inalfa Event Spoiler Series Installation and Service Manual A. Product Overview A.1.1 Features and Benefits 2. Venus® Glass Panel A.1.2 Technical Drawing The Event Spoiler is the most advanced technological spoiler sunroof and is available in four models: Event 450 HS, Event 450 OE, Event 450 QF, and Event 300 QF. The Event Spoiler gives you a safe and reliable installation, it passed all TUV Tests related to FMVSS and meets or exceeds all applicable FMVSS-Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. 6. Auto Close Event Series Spoilers 1. Illuminated Switch with One Touch™ 5. Built in water management system 3. Integrated Wind Deflector 4. 450 HS is equipped with a Sliding Sunshade and built in louvered handle 12.5 x 23 20.125 x 31.5 12.625 x 23 For additional information, such as application guides, please visit us at www.inalfasunroofs.com 450 QF 19 x 32.25 20 x 33.5 18.25 x 31.75 450 OE 19 x 32.25 20 x 33.5 18.25 x 31.75 450 SS 19 x 32.25 20 x 33.5 18.25 x 31.75 300 QF 15.75 x 29.5 17 x 30.5 15.125 x 28.75 Template Overall Frame Overall Glass Trim Panel Trim Panel DLO 32.75 x 34 14.5 x 24.75 25 x 34.75 12.5 x 23 n/a 2 Product Overview Inalfa Event Spoiler Series Installation and Service Manual B. Preface B.1 Event Spoiler Operating Instructions To initialize, the following closed position must be defined. É To Close , tap the operating switch on the front side of the switch. The glass panel will move to the fully opened vent position. A second tap will fully close the roof. Additional Features Auto Close function allows the sunroof to close automatically when switching off the vehicles ignition. During the Auto Close function, simply depress the switch to cancel, this will return the glass panel to the position it was in prior to the start of the Auto Close function, depressing the switch again will reactivate the Auto Close. The Event Spoiler can be operated in two modes Continuous and One Touch™ . Continuous mode allows the Event Spoiler to be operated by holding down the operating switch in either direction. Releasing the switch will stop the glass panel immediately. One Touch™ mode allows the Event Spoiler to be operated without holding the operating switch down and can be canceled by any switch activation. É To Open , tap the operating switch on the backside of the switch marked with a white spot. The glass panel will go to a fully opened vent position. A second tap will fully open the roof. If desired, the sunshade can be closed in this position To complete the initalization process, the glass panel must be moved to the fully opened position using One Touch™ mode.

TOYOTA LANDCRUISER BRAKE CONVERSIONS SERVICE MANUAL

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Transport Inspectors: Provides sufficient guidance to ensure familiarity with approved brake system modifications to stated Toyota Landcruiser models. Approved Inspection Stations (AIS): Provides sufficient guidance to ensure familiarity with approved brake system modifications to stated Toyota Landcruiser models for the issue of a Safety Certificate. Approved Persons: Provides sufficient guidance to ensure familiarity with approved brake system modifications to stated Toyota Landcruiser models so as to ensure consistent certification of vehicles. Vehicle owner: Provides guidance on vehicle compliance requirements. Applies to Installation of Safe Effect Integrated Braking System (SIBS) to Series 70, 75, 78, 79, 80 and 100 Series Toyota Landcruiser motor vehicles. Installation of the Corefleet Offroad Braking (Rear) (COBR) system to Series 78 and 79 Series Toyota Landcruiser motor vehicles. Objective To ensure that braking modifications carried out to the above mentioned Toyota Landcruiser vehicles are to the approved and certified standard. Background Modification approval has been issued to two applicants regarding braking modifications to a range of Toyota Landcruiser vehicles. These vehicles are commonly used in the mining and exploration industry. The standard manufacturer supplied braking systems have been considered of very high maintenance characteristics due to the nature of vehicle operations (for example, underground mining activities, harsh operating conditions). An additional model of vehicle has recently been approved and the list of approved models of vehicles amended. These vehicles are also commonly registered for use on public roads. To ensure the braking systems of these vehicles remain in a serviceable condition to prescribed standards and maintain extended service life, modified braking systems have been developed to address the harsh operating conditions that are experienced in the underground mining and exploration industries

1994-2003 Ford F-Series Power Stroke 7.3L Edge Evolution Programmer Installation Manual

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Connecting the Evolution 1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position. Locate the diagnostic connector under the dash near the steering column or under the glove compartment and connect the Evolution cable to this connector. After making the connection, the screen will first display the Edge Products logo and then the main startup displays: The numbers in the upper left portion of the screen represent the version number of the Evolution programmer. The character in the upper right portion of the screen represents the current programmed state of your vehicle. The following letters may appear: I – Programming was interrupted. (See Programming Interrupted section for more information) 1 – Vehicle has been programmed to L1 – TOW. 2 – Vehicle has been programmed to L2 – RACE. 3 – Vehicle has been programmed to L3 – EXTREME. Evolution FORD Power Stroke 7.3 Liter 11 2. Select your desired option by pressing the up or down keys on the left side of the programmer and press . Continue to the next section. Evolution FORD Power Stroke 7.3 Liter 12 Power Programming “Caution: Vehicle manufacturers do not recommend vehicle programming in extreme temperature. Please see the service manual of your vehicle to ensure that programming is being done in accordance to the original equipment manufacturers specifications.” If you selected Diagnostics from the Main Menu, go to that section in this instruction manual and follow the steps. If you selected Performance from the Main Menu, go to that section in this instruction manual and follow the steps. If you selected Power Programming, the screen displays the following message: 1. After turning the key ON (do not start the engine) and pressing , the screen displays the following message: Evolution FORD Power Stroke 7.3 Liter 13 Evolution FORD Power Stroke 7.3 Liter 14 2. The Evolution will check the PCM and determine if it is in the Master Calibration list. If the calibration is available, you will see the following message: Otherwise you will see the following message (See Update Required for more information): 3. You will then be instructed to turn the key OFF, Press and turn the key back to ON (do not start) to begin saving STOCK: Evolution FORD Power Stroke 7.3 Liter 15 During the storing process, you will see the following display:
Evolution FORD Power Stroke 7.3 Liter 16 4. If this is the first time the unit is used on a particular vehicle, the Evolution will build and verify the modified calibrations (Skip to step 5 for subsequent programming operations). During this process, you will see the following displays