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1989-2002 TOYOTA 4-Runner Pickup (standard cab) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

TOYOTA 4-Runner 1990-95 Pickup (standard cab) 1989-2002 / Pickup (extended cab) 1989-2002 Disconnect the negative battery terminal to prevent an accidental short circuit. Remove (3) screws and (1) 10mm bolt from the driver’s side speaker panel and remove the panel. Remove (1) 10mm bolt from the bottom of the passenger’s side speaker panel. Remove (3) screws from the side of the panel and remove the glove box. Remove (4) screws securing the factory head unit and disconnect the wiring. Disconnect the negative battery terminal to prevent an accidental short circuit. Remove the climate control knobs. Unclip the climate control trim panel and remove (2) Phillips screws exposed. Unclip the dash trim bezel, lift up on the bezel and remove. DOUBLE DIN APPLICATIONS: Skip to the Installation Instructions for ALL VEHICLES on Page #3. SINGLE DIN APPLICATIONS: Cut and remove the bottom portion of the Radio Housing (see Fig. A) and Faceplate (see Fig. B). Skip to the Installation Instructions for ALL VEHICLES on Page #3. 12 1 2 TOYOTA Tacoma 1995-02 1 Disconnect the negative battery terminal to prevent an accidental short circuit. Pull the cupholder out. Unclip the radio trim bezel and remove. Remove (4) screws securing the factory head unit and disconnect the wiring.


1. Check the Kit content. (a) Make sure that the kit contains all the parts listed in the Kit Contents. 2. Remove OE Front Springs and Shocks NOTE: Use the same procedures below for the RH side and LH side. (a) Secure vehicle on lift, and remove front wheels (b) Remove the nut and bolt from the shock absorber lower side. (Fig. 2-1) (1) To prevent the shock absorber with coil spring from falling, leave the bolt inserted. (c) Remove the top 4 nuts. (Fig. 2-2) (d) Remove the bolt (lower side) and OE shock absorber with coil spring. (e) Repeat steps 2(b) – 2(d) on opposite side. 3. Disassemble OE Front Springs and Shocks (a) Using one of the SST’s listed, compress the coil spring.(Fig. 3-1) (1) Approved SST: 09727-30021, 09727- 00010, 09727-00021, 09727-00031 (2) Make sure that the suspension support is free from the coil spring. Fig. 2-1 Fig. 2-2 Fig. 3-1 TOYOTA TUNDRA 2007 – LOWERING KIT Installation Procedure Page 3 of 9 pages Issue: A 02/14/2008 (3) Do not compress the coil spring more than necessary. (4) Do not use an impact wrench. It will damage SST. (5) Do not place yourself over the top of the shock absorber. NOTE: Be careful as the coil spring may spring upward and cause an injury. (b) Remove the front support to front shock absorber nut and discard. (Fig. 3-2) (c) Remove the suspension support, 2 retainers and 2 cushions from the shock absorber rod and retain for reuse. (d) Discard the OE front spring and shock. (e) Repeat steps 3(a) – 3(d) for other OE spring/shock assembly. 4. Assemble TRD Front Springs and Shocks (a) Using the same spring compressor, install the TRD front coil spring. (Fig. 4-1) (1) Do not compress the coil spring more than necessary. (2) Do not use an impact wrench. It will damage SST. (b) Install the new TRD shock absorber and spring perch into the TRD coil spring. (1) Fit the lower end of the coil spring into the recess of the spring perch on the shock absorber. (Fig. 4-2) (c) From step 3(c), install the 2 cushions, 2 retainers and suspension support to the TRD piston rod. (d) Temporarily install a new top shock absorber nut ( Top Nut PN: 90177-A0007) Fig. 3-2 Fig. 4-1 Fig. 4-2


Your new liner is custom molded to fit your vehicle. Upon removal from the box your liner will not completely unroll and lay flat. This is normal and only temporary. Just place the liner on the floor or in the back of your vehicle with a weight in each corner (a book works well). After about 15 minutes, your liner will remain flat. In colder climates this “relaxing” may take longer; moving the liner to a heated area will accelerate the process. Your liner is manufactured using an engineering resin that is lightweight and extremely tough and durable. The easiest way to clean your liner is with a damp cloth or sponge. If using a cleaner, 409 ® or Glass Plus ® work well. Use of Armor All ® , Son-of-a-Gun ® or similar items is discouraged as these products make the liner slick. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR TOYOTA 4RUNNER CARGO LINER (WITHOUT DOUBLE DECKER CARGO SYSTEM) IF YOU WISH TO ACCESS THE FACTORY CARGO HOOK TIE DOWN LOCATIONS IN YOUR 4-RUNNER WITH YOUR CARGO LINER IN PLACE, JUST FOLLOW THESE TWO EASY STEPS: 1). CAREFULLY TRIM AWAY THE MATERIAL FROM INSIDE OF THE RAISED BANDED AREAS (2 PLACES) ALONG THE FRONT WALL OF THE LINER. THESE AREAS ARE SHOWN DARKENED ABOVE. 2). MAKE A SLIT HORIZONTALLY ACROSS THE CENTER OF THE TWO SMALLER RAISED AREAS ALONG THE BACK EDGE OF THE MAT (2 PLACES SHOWN BELOW CIRCLED). ONCE THE LINER IS SLIT, THE HOOKS CAN BE PULLED UP THROUGH THE LINER. A UTILITY KNIFE OR SIMILAR TOOL WORK WELL FOR TRIMMING. USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN HANDLING SHARP TOOLS.

Toyota Minivans Wheelchair-Accessible Lowered Floor Conversion REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

One-Touch Electronic Control System: The Rampvan One- Touch electronic control system provides simple one-touch activation of all Rampvan power features. For your convenience, the control system can be activated using the Toyota remote keyless entry transmitter, any of the interior-mounted control switches or the optional magnetic entry. Power Passenger Side Sliding Door: The One-Touch electronic control system activates the passenger side power slide door for ramp access. The slide door and lowered floor configuration provides a 53-1/2″ clear vertical passageway. Note: The driver side sliding door is lowered to provide a clear passage also. Ramp: A fully automatic 30″ wide power infloor ramp provides an unobstructed doorway, maximum visibility and increased interior space (with manual override capa- bility). Electromechanical Power Kneeling Rear Suspension: “Kneeling” is the lowering motion of the electromechanical rear suspension. The kneel feature reduces the slope of the ramp when deployed. Lowered Floor from Rear Axle to Firewall: This feature provides additional headroom (58″ floor-to- ceiling at center of van), and further reduces the slope of the ramp when deployed. OEM factory carpeting is featured throughout the lowered floor area. Ground Clearance: The lowered floor results in reduced ground clearance. Be aware of limited ground clearance. Ground Effects: Exterior color- matched ground effect panels conceal the lowered floor and lowered sliding doors. Forward-Facing Wheelchair and Occupant Belt/Track System: One Forward-Facing Wheelchair and Occupant Belt Kit is supplied for the restraint of one wheelchair and occupant. The belt kit is used in conjunction with the floor track. Note: Additional belt kits can be purchased (option) Floor Track for Wheelchair and Occupant Securement in Midpoint Lowered Floor Area: Floor track provided in the midpoint lowered floor area (Position C ) can be utilized for restraint of wheelchair passenger(s). Wheelchair capacity at midpoint may have limitations based on the dimensions of specific wheelchairs. Quick-Release Front Passenger Seat with Floor Track for Wheelchair and Occupant Securement: The passenger seat (Position B ) is equipped with quick-release seat attachments (making seat removal and installation procedures simple). The seat can be removed and the seat location can be utilized by a wheelchair occupant (floor track provided).

Toyota LandCruiser 4.2TD Timing belt replacement intervals

Timing belt replacement intervals The information relating to timing belt replacement intervals is additional to the main purpose of this CD, but is included to provide guidance to garages and for customer advice. Where possible the recommended intervals have been compiled from vehicle manufacturers’ information. In a few instances no recommendation has been made by the manufacturer and the decision to replace the belt must be made from the evidence of a thorough examination of the condition of the existing belt. Apart from the visible condition of the belt, which is explained fully later in this section, there are several other factors which must be considered when checking a timing belt: Is the belt an original or a replacement. 1. When was the belt last replaced and was it at the correct mileage. 2. Is the service history of the vehicle known. 3. Has the vehicle been operated under arduous conditions which might warrant a shorter replacement interval. 4. Is the general condition of other components in the camshaft drive, such as the tensioner, pulleys, and other ancillary components driven by the timing belt, typically the water pump, sound enough to ensure that the life of the replacement belt will not be affected. 5. If the condition of the existing belt appears good, can you be satisfied that the belt will not fail before the next check or service is due. 6. If the belt does fail, have you considered the consequences. If the engine is an INTERFERENCE type then considerable expensive damage may well be the result. 7. The cost of replacing a belt as part of a routine service could be as little as 5 to 10% of the repair cost following a belt failure. Make sure your customer is aware of the consequences. 8. If in doubt about the condition of the belt – RENEW it. 9. Removal Removal Remove timing belt cover [1]. 1. Turn crankshaft clockwise until timing marks aligned [2]. 2. Ensure timing marks aligned: 1KZ-T/TE: [3]. 3. 4. Remove: Automatic tensioner unit [6]. Tensioner pulley bolt [7]. Tensioner pulley [8]. Timing belt. 5. Installation Installation Check tensioner pulley for smooth operation [8]. Replace if necessary. 1. Remove dust cover. Check tensioner body for leakage or damage [6]. Check pushrod protrusion is 9,0-9,8 mm [9]. 2. Check pushrod does not move when pushed against a firm surface. If pushrod moves: Replace automatic tensioner unit. 3. Slowly compress pushrod into tensioner body until holes aligned. Use press. 4. Retain pushrod with 1,5 mm Allen key through hole in tensioner body [10]. Fit dust cover. 5. Ensure timing marks aligned [2]. 6. Ensure timing marks aligned: 1KZ-T/TE: [3]. 1HD-FT/1HD-FTE: [4]. 7. Fit timing belt in anti-clockwise direction, starting at lower sprocket. Ensure belt is taut between sprockets. 8. Fit tensioner pulley [8]. Tighten bolt to 34 Nm [7]. 9. Push tensioner pulley against belt. Install automatic tensioner unit [6]. Tighten bolts evenly to 13 Nm [5]. 10. Remove Allen key from tensioner body to release pushrod. 11. Turn crankshaft two turns clockwise. Ensure timing marks aligned [2] & [3] or [4]. 12. If not: Repeat installation and tensioning procedures. 13. Install components in reverse order of removal. 14. Reset timing belt replacement warning lamp as follows: 15. -Runner/Landcruiser: Remove grommet in speedometer housing. Depress switch using a thin screwdriver [11]. 16. Colorado: Remove speedometer housing. Remove screw indicated and insert in alternative location [12]. 17. Amazon: Lamp illuminates at 90,000 miles. Return vehicle to dealer.