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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser 4.0L INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser 4.0L Parts List: Qty. A. Intermediate pipe 1 B. JBA Muffler 1 C. Turn up pipe 1 D. Tail pipe hanger w/ tip 1 E. 2-1/2″ Clamp 2 F. Muffler hanger clamp 1 Recommended Tools: 14mm socket Channel lock pliers Pry bar WD40 or equivalent A B C D E E F Start: 1. Remove and inventory new JBA exhaust system. 2. Disconnect negative battery cable and allow vehicle to cool. 3. With the vehicle raised and properly supported, spray WD40 or equivalent on the factory exhaust clamps and rubber isolators. 4. Unbolt the factory tail pipe above the rear axle. 5. Using channel lock pliers remove the tailpipe hanger from the rear rubber isolator and remove the tailpipe from the rear. 5. Using channel lock pliers pry the intermediate pipe hangers from the factory rubber isolators. 7. Using channel lock pliers remove the rear muffler hangers from the (2) rubber isolators and remove the intermediate pipe / muffler assembly from the vehicle. 8. Insert the JBA intermediate pipe (A) hangers into the (2) rubber isolators then bolt the intermediate pipe to the factory catalytic converter assembly using the factory hardware. 10. Install the muffler clamp with hangers (F) into the rear (2) muffler hanger rubber isolators with the hangers shifting pipe to driver side. 11. Insert the center inlet of the JBA muffler (B) onto the intermediate pipe (A) with the offset outlet closer to the center of the vehicle. Make sure to fully slide the two together and that the muffler is level and flat and tighten clamp (E) over the connection. 9. Slide one of the supplied 2-1/2″ exhaust clamps (E) over the end of the JBA intermediate pipe (A). 12. Slip the rear offset end of the JBA muffler (B) into the muffler clamp with hangers (F). The offset end of the muffler should be toward the center of the vehicle. 13. Slip the turn up pipe (C) onto the JBA muffler (B). Position muffler clamp with hangers (F) over connection and tighten. 14. Slide the supplied 2-1/2″ exhaust clamp (E) on to the turn up pipe (C).

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

1989 Toyota 4Runner STEERING COLUMN REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION STEERING COLUMN Removal 1) Disconnect battery ground cable. Remove steering wheel. On Cressida, Corolla, MR2 and Tercel models, remove fuse box cover, lower instrument trim panel and air duct from under steering column. 2) On all models, remove upper and lower steering column covers. Remove combination switch. Mark position of “U” joints and shaft for reassembly. 3) On models with “U” joints, remove “U” joint retaining bolt. On models with flexible joint, remove flexible joint retaining bolt. NOTE: On 2WD Pickup models, remove steering column with intermediate shaft attached. 4) On all models, mark position of joint and pinion shaft for reassembly. Remove intermediate steering shaft. 5) Remove floor pan cover bolts. Remove tilt bracket-to- dashboard mounting bolts. Remove steering column toward inside of vehicle. Fig. 1: Exploded View of Camry, Corolla, MR2 & Tercel Steering Column Assembly Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Fig. 2: Exploded View of Celica, Cressida & Supra Steering Column Assembly Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Fig. 3: Exploded View of Land Cruiser, Pickup, Van & 4Runner Steering Column Assembly Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Installation 1) To install steering columns, reverse disassembly procedure. Grease main steering shaft and all bearings. 2) Ensure marks made to flexible couplings and to “U” joints are aligned. Ensure steering column and shafts do not bind after installation. STEERING COLUMN OVERHAUL NOTE: Camry, Corolla, MR2 and Tercel steering columns are similar. Some of the following procedures will not pertain to all models. Disassembly (Camry, Corolla, MR2 & Tercel) 1) Remove tension springs, grommets and screws from tilt bracket. Remove tilt lever left-hand set bolt. Remove column upper support lock bolt. 2) Remove tilt steering support bolts and pawl set bolts. Place bushings and “O” rings aside and keep them clean. Remove ignition lock cylinder. 3) Using a screwdriver, push 2 thrust stoppers into bearing retainers. Pull out shaft from column. Remove the No. 1 column ring, bearing retainer, thrust stoppers and No. 2 column ring from shaft. 4) Remove snap ring and lower bearing from shaft. Remove bearing inner snap ring. Remove upper bracket retaining bolts and ground strap. Separate upper bracket from column. Inspection 1) Check that steering lock mechanism operates properly. Check upper bearing for smooth rotation or excessive noise. Replace upper bearing (if necessary). 2) Using Drift (09631-00020) and Adapter (09627-30010), drive bearing from upper bracket. Pack new bearing with grease. Using the same drift and adapter used in removal, drive new bearing into upper bracket. 3) Inspect lower bearing for smooth rotation or excessive noise. If lower bearing shows signs of wear or damage, replace with a new one. Reassembly 1) Install upper bracket onto column. Install ground strap. Tighten retaining bolts to 14 ft. lbs. (19 N.m). Install inner snap ring on shaft groove nearest to center of shaft. 2) Install lower bearing and lower bearing snap ring. Place No. 2 column ring into position next to bearing on side nearest center of shaft. See Fig. 4.

TOYOTA G52, G54, W56 & G58 (AX5) 5 SPEED TRANS. TO CHEVY AND BUICK ENGINES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:

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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.

2007 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER TOWING HITCH Installation Preparation

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1. Prepare for Installation. (a) Verify kit contents (b) Wear safety glasses. (c) Raise vehicle. (d) Caution muffler might be hot NOTE: Apply masking tape to quarter panels above the bumper fascia. To prevent damage when removing the bumper fascia, apply masking tape on the underside of the bottom left- hand corner of the door and left hand upper corner of door. (Fig. 1-1) 2. Prepare Vehicle for Rear Bumper Fascia Removal. (a) Open rear door (Fig. 2-1). (b) Protect exhaust tip with a rag or protective tape during installation of hitch. (Fig. 2-1) NOTE: If the vehicle is equipped with proximity sensors, detach the sensor wire connector from inside the fascia, behind the rear wheels on both sides of the vehicle (Fig. 2-2). Fig.2-1 Fig.2-2 Masking Tape Fig. 1-1 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER 2007 – TOWING HITCH Section II Installation Procedure Page 3 of 6 pages Issue: B 03/01/06 3. Remove Rear Bumper Fascia. NOTE: Protect rear bumper to prevent damage from tools (i.e. air tools) when removing the fascia bolts. (a) Remove the 13 6 mm hex head bolts (A) from rear bumper fascia. (Fig. 3-1) (b) Remove one (1) push pin (B) from fascia (Fig. 3-1) (c) Unsnap the sides of the fascia from the vehicle. (Fig. 3-2) (d) With one person on each end, remove fascia from vehicle. Store in a safe place to avoid damage during installation. (Fig. 3-2) 4. Install Hitch. (a) Install one (1) M12 x 45 bolt into the 13 mm hole as shown (Bolt 1). (Fig. 4-1) (b) Install two (2) M12 x 45 bolts in the lower slots (Bolts 2 & 3). (Fig. 4-1) (c) Install three (3) M12 x 45 bolts in the 15mm holes (Bolts 4 to 6). (Fig. 4-1) Fig. 4-1 – 3/8″ socket wrench – 17 mm socket – 6″ extension 3