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Toyota Landcruiser Prado clutch release bearing Removal And Installation Manual

1. Withdraw the transmission approximately 30 mm. 2. Insert a flat blade screw driver between the collar and bearing. 3. Twist screw driver 90 degrees and remove the bearing. 1. Locate the clutch release bearing on the gearbox front bearing retainer (snout). 2. Locate the throw out fork on the release bearing. 3. Position transmission to the engine block. 4. Operate the fork opposite direction for clutch release. 5. This will snap the bearing into the cover assembly. F : – 037 Toyota Landcruiser Prado 3.0L 1KD-FTV


This bellhousing is not compatible with transmissions that were previously equipped with diesel engines. The bellhousing design incorporates a special modified clutch release lever and a Toyota Land Cruiser slave cylinder. We have provided slave cylinder mounting on the passenger side of the bellhousing and have incorporated a new push rod location that will provide a quick short travel of the clutch release mechanism. The kit does not include the Toyota Land Cruiser slave cylinder, Part No. 31470-60022. The bellhousing is designed for the 153 tooth flywheel application. If your block is equipped with a 168 tooth flywheel, you will be required to use a high torque starter without a nose cone to fit the bellhousing (P/N 22-0001). The bellhousing is compatible with the Buick flywheel that has 160 teeth. A slight modification may be required in the starter pocket area when using the Buick installation. The inside of the bellhousing uses a high profile Centerforce diaphragm clutch assembly. By using this pressure plate, you can be sure that the slave cylinder travel will be appropriate for obtaining a maximum clutch release. The release bearing, Part No. N1430, is a standard flat faced Chevy release bearing. The bearing must not have continual contact with the fingers of the clutch. Adjust the length of your push rod for clearance between the fingers and the face of bearing. In order to adjust the height of the release bearing, we recommend that you install the new bellhousing over the clutch assembly and onto the engine prior to assembling the transmission to the bellhousing. By doing this procedure, you will be able to install the clutch release lever, slave cylinder, slave cylinder push rod, and release bearing directly to the clutch assembly. The reason this is necessary is that there are variations as to the thickness of the flywheel which either raise or lower the fingers of the clutch as related to the release bearing. The push rod of the slave cylinder can be adjusted, to obtain the necessary clearance between the release bearing and clutch fingers. If the bearing is permitted continual contact on the fingers, then you will have premature release bearing failure. We do not furnish a rubber boot for the area between the bellhousing and clutch arm since it is too restrictive for the clutch arm movement. We believe that the location of the opening is such that any dust or other debris will have a hard time accessing the opening. If you anticipate water hazards, we would recommend a small rubber flapper that could be screwed to the outside of the bellhousing.


INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Install the pilot bushing into the engine crank. 2. Bolt the flywheel to the engine crank using special flywheel bolts. 3. Assemble the clutch assembly and special disc to the flywheel using special clutch bolts. 4. Assemble the clutch release arm to the inside ball pivot of the bellhousing. 5. Bolt the slave cylinder to the outside of the bellhousing. 6. Test fit the bellhousing assembly over the clutch assembly and onto the engine block. 7. Place the N1430 release bearing onto the clutch arm fork. 8. Adjust the length of the slave cylinder push rod to a length that provides a minimum of 1/8″ clearance between the release bearing face and clutch fingers. 9. This test fit over the clutch assembly is primarily done for establishing the push rod length. If this procedure is eliminated, you will not have any visual inspection for verifying the push rod adjustment. 10. Remove the bellhousing assembly from the engine. 11. Bolt the bellhousing to the front of your Toyota 5 speed transmission using the original bolts. Make sure that the two dowel pins installed in the face of the 5 speed transmission are properly fitted to the Advance Adapter bellhousing. 12. Slide the new release bearing onto the Toyota bearing retainer. Make sure that there is grease in the internal cavity of the release bearing. Most new bearings are pre-lubricated. 13. With all the components in position, you can now bolt the new bellhousing assembly onto the engine block. We have provided six (6) new socket head bolts, 3/8″-16 x 1-1/2″ long for this purpose. Make sure the engine dowel pins are properly aligned with the new bellhousing dowel pin holes. DO NOT FORCE THE BELLHOUSING ONTO THE ENGINE BLOCK. Some applications may require the tip of the input shaft to be modified slightly. The bellhousing must fit evenly to the engine block. 14. With the bellhousing now in position and the slave cylinder push rod installed, you should be able to verify the clearance between the release bearing & clutch fingers. The lever should have movement of approximately 1/8″ to 1/4″. CAUTION : If you have too much clearance, you will be utilizing too much of the slave cylinder stroke and could possibly prevent you from obtaining a full clutch release. A light duty return spring attached to the clutch release arm will prevent any premature contact of the release bearing with the clutch fingers. 15. The Toyota Land Cruiser slave cylinder will replace the original Toyota slave cylinder. The Toyota truck hydraulic slave cylinder line will have exactly the same fitting size as used on the Land Cruiser slave cylinder. 16. With the new slave cylinder installed, you can now bleed the slave cylinder installation by pumping up the slave cylinder pedal. Most installations are compatible with the original Toyota master cylinder. We have encountered a few installations that require changing of the Toyota master cylinder to a smaller 3/4″ piston. If you have any type of clutch difficulty related to full disengagement of the clutch assembly, contact Advance Adapters for any updated information.

1990 Toyota Supra Factory Repair Manual

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF TRANSMISSION Removal of Transmission REMOVE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE CAUTION: Work must be started after approx. 20 se- conds or longer from the “LOCK” position and the nega- tive (-) terminal cable is disconnected from the battery. REMOVE CENTER CLUSTER FINISH PANEL REMOVE SHIFT LEVER FROM INSIDE OF VEHICLE RAISE VEHICLE AND DRAIN TRANSMISSION OIL NOTICE: Be sure the vehicle is securely supported. REMOVE PROPELLER SHAFT Remove the propeller shaft and insert SST into the extension housing. SST 09325-2001 0 (for W58 M/T) 09325-4001 0 (for R 1 54 MIT) DISCONNECT EXHAUST FRONT PlPE FROM TAIL PlPE (a) Remove the rubber hanger. (b) Disconnect the pipe at the front side of the converter. (R154 M/T) REMOVE EXHAUST FRONT PlPE (a) Disconnect the exhaust pipe bracket from the clutch housing. (b) Remove the nuts and exhaust pipe from the exhaust manifold. DISCONNECT SPEEDOMETER CABLE DISCONNECT BACK-UP LIGHT SWITCH CONNECTOR AND REAR SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR (wl A.B.S.) MANUAL TRANSMISSION – Removal and Installation of Transmission MT-5 10. REMOVE CLUTCH RELEASE CYLINDER 11. REMOVE STARTER Remove the mounting bolts and lay the starter alongside the engine. 12. JACK UP TRANSMISSION SLIGHTLY Raise the transmission enough to remove the weight from the rear support. 13. REMOVE ENGINE REAR MOUNTING 14. REMOVE TRANSMISSION MOUNTING BOLTS AND FLYWHEEL HOUSING UNDER COVER 15.-1 (W58 M/T) REMOVE TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY Pull out the transmission down and toward the rear. 15.-2 (R154 M/T) REMOVE TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY WITH CLUTCH COVER AND DISC (a) Remove the two clutch housing covers. (b) Pull out the release fork through the left clutch housing hole. (c) Place the matchmarks on the clutch cover and flywheel. (d) Remove the clutch cover set bolts while turning the crankshaft pulley. HINT: Loosen each set bolt one turn at a time until spring tension is released. (e) Remove the clutch cover and disc from the flywheel, and fully move them toward the transmission. (f) Pull out the transmission with the clutch cover and disc.

2001 Toyota Echo L4-1.5L Transmission and Drivetrain Clutch Service and Repair Manual

REMOVAL 1. REMOVE TRANSAXLE FROM ENGINE 2. REMOVE CLUTCH COVER AND DISC a. Align the matchmark on the clutch cover with the one on the flywheel . b. Loosen each set bolt one turn at a time until spring tension is released. c. Remove the set bolts, and pull off the clutch cover with the clutch disc . NOTICE: Do not drop the clutch disc . 3. REMOVE RELEASE BEARING AND FORK FROM TRANSAXLE Remove the release bearing with the fork together and then separate them. 4. REMOVE RELEASE FORK SUPPORT AND BOOT INSPECTION 1. INSPECT CLUTCH DISC FOR WEAR OR DAMAGE Using vernier calipers, measure the rivet head depth. Minimum rivet depth: 0.3 mm (0.012 inch) If necessary, replace the clutch disc . Zoom Sized for Print Zoom Sized for Print Inspect Clutch Disc Runout 2. INSPECT CLUTCH DISC RUNOUT Using a dial indicator, check the disc runout. Maximum runout: 0.8 mm (0.031 inch) If necessary, replace the clutch disc runout. 3. INSPECT FLYWHEEL RUNOUT Using a dial indicator, check the flywheel runout. Maximum runout: 0.1 mm (0.004 inch) If necessary, replace the flywheel . Torque: 1st: 49 Nm ( 00 kgf-cm, 36 ft. lbs.) 2nd: Turn 90° 4. INSPECT DIAPHRAGM SPRING FOR WEAR Using vernier calipers, measure the diaphragm spring for depth and width of wear. Maximum: A (Depth): 0.5 mm (0.020 inch) B (Width): 6.0 mm (0.236 inch) If necessary, replace the clutch cover.