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2007-2008 Toyota Tundra Crew Cab Installation Manual

1. Cover the front seats, floorboards, dash and steering wheel with a clean drop cloth or disposable plastic covers. Note: Always wear eye and hand protection when working with glass. Make sure that you have the right glass and the urethane systems are current. Windshield part numbers are FW02724, FW02723, FW02722 or FW02721. 2. Remove the rearview mirror by loosening the Tork screw using a T-20 Tork screwdriver. Slide the wire-harness trim cover off the headliner. Slide the mirror off the mirror bracket in an upward motion. 3. Disconnect the wire harness from the underside of the hardware with a small flat-tip screwdriver or your fingernails. 4. Remove the windshield-wiper nuts using a wrench or socket. If the nuts are tight, loosen them with a 14-millimeter wrench and then come back with your socket. Move the wiper arm in an up-and-down motion to break it loose from the post, or use a wiper puller. Caution: Wipers can sometimes be hard to remove. To avoid stressing the post, use a wiper puller. The wipers are marked; take note to ensure proper re-installation. 5. Using a No. 2 Phillips-tip screwdriver, remove the two plastic screw inserts on the fasteners located on the outer edge of the cowling corners. There is one on the passenger’s side and one on the driver’s side. A5a A5b 2007-08 Toyota Tundra Crew Cab By Gilbert R. Gutierrez Vehicle type: Four-door, crew-cab pickup truck NAGS numbers*: Windshield part numbers are FW02724, FW02723, FW02722 or FW02721; front door glass FD23323- 24 R-L; rear door glass FD23325-26 R-L; and back glass FY95054, FY95053, FB23336, FB23335 and FB23334. Helpful tools or supplies: Retention tape or a rubber hose to protect the fenders and hood; a PryBaby for molding and panel removal. Watch for: Be careful not to pull too hard on the rearview mirror harness during removal to avoid ripping the headliner. When removing or re-installing the A-pillar trim panels, take care to avoid disturbing the curtain air-bag harness. *With permission from National Auto Glass Specifications. Call NAGS at 800/551-4012 or visit Vehicle information A1 A2 A3a A3b A4a A4b 35 6. Remove the rubber corner pieces from the corners of the cowling at the base of the windshield. Using an outward motion, pull out the rubber piece, and then gently pull the rubber insert from the cowling. 7. With the hood open, push in and pop loose the six plastic tab fasteners using a No. 1 PryBaby tool from the underside. There are three on the passenger’s side and three on the driver’s side, with a guide pin at the center. 8. Remove the two-part cowl by sliding it in an upward-outward motion toward the engine compartment, disengaging the eight underside tabs on the front part of the cowling from the base of the windshield. Tape the hood and fender with molding-retention tape to avoid gnarling or scratching the cowling. Note: When re-installing the cowling, use a No. 1 PryBaby tool to assist in the installation of the cowling onto the bottom of the windshield. 9. If using a cold knife or power tool to cut out the glass, remove the A-pillar trim panels, as the windshield fits close to the pinchweld. 10. Remove the door weatherstrip. 11. Remove the screw covers using a No. 2 PryBaby. 12. Remove the two 10-millimeter bolts hidden beneath the covers using a 10-millimeter socket-wrench driver. Pull the handle loose. 13. Remove the A-pillar trim panels using a door-panel remover or No. 2 PryBaby tool. Caution: Be careful not to dis- A6a A6b A6c A7a A11a A11b A12a A12b A7b A7c A8 A10 A13a A13b 36 AutoGlass™ •March/April 2008 Installation ? F or T echnicians Only turb the curtain air-bag harness when removing or re-installing the A-pillar trim panels. Note: Before beginning windshield removal, verify the new windshield is the correct one and the urethanes and primers are current. Never use outdated products as this could jeopardize the structural integrity of the vehicle and the safety of its passengers. Removal 14. Make sure cutting blades are sufficiently sharp. 15. Before cutting out the windshield, remove contaminants from the glass and pinchweld to prevent contact with the urethane. 16. If using a cold knife, use a 3? 4 -inch blade. Cut three sides; then use a long knife or power tool to cut the bottom of the windshield. Note: There are no gravity stops on this windshield. 17. If trying to save the windshield, use an Equalizer with an 8-inch blade. Note: When using any power tool, lubricate the cutting area with water. Spray the top and sides; then make your cuts. 18. After cutting the sides and top, cut out the bottom portion of the glass using an Equalizer Express. Spray the bottom of the windshield with water at least 4-to-5 inches above the urethane on the glass, so the water flows down into the urethane while you make your final cut across the bottom of the windshield. Caution: Never use your head to push, as this could result in back and neck injuries. 19. Take the windshield out of the opening using a set of vacuum cups. Lift the glass and place it on a windshield stand or suitable workstation. Installation 20. After cutting the windshield out, remove contaminants such as dirt, moisture and other debris from the pinchweld. Clean the dashboard. 21. Dry fit the new glass to the opening. Mark your glass using a grease pencil or molding-retention tape. 22. Place your vacuum cups on the windshield in the appropriate location for a one-person set. 23. For driver-side setting of the windshield using a Glass Handler Kit, place the kit’s elbow-setting pad on the driver’s side of the hood area; then lift the windshield from the stand using the vacuum cups. 24. Reach over, place your elbow on the setting pad and set the windshield onto the old urethane. 25. With the windshield resting in the opening, make sure it is in the right spot. 26. Adjust both sides to the correct setting, marking the passenger’s side, then the driver’s side. Lift the glass and place it on a windshield stand or suitable workstation. 27. Follow the urethane manufacturer’s recommendations for installation. 28. Clean the inside of the windshield using a urethane manufacturer-recommended product; follow recommended steps. Note: Do not touch the bonding area of the windshield after cleaning, prepping or priming it. 29. Wear powder-free Nitrile gloves to keep off chemicals. 30. Apply the glass prep and primer, following the urethane manufacturer’s recommendations.

2000-2004 Toyota Sequoia Lower Grille Installation Manual

1. Decided you want to customize the look of your Toyota Sequoia? This is what you are looking at now and below is the improvement that this grille will make. 2. Tools Required: Gloves- for your hands sake (there might be some sharp edges), a towel (or something soft to lay your grille onto), needle nose pliers, and maybe some sheers. 3. Identify the FRONT side of the grille. The back side has the stamping droop. We try to label the back with a sticker, if you have trouble getting it off try some rubbing alcohol. 4. Test the fitment of the grille in the lower opening of the Sequoia. Notice that there is a top and bottom as well to the shape of the grille. 5. If you need to do some fine tuning, remove the grille, take off a portion of the push-on edge guard and trim the grille with a pair of sheers. Then reinstall the edge guard and test again. This is generally not a required step. 6. With the grille located into place now and the fit is good, you need to open your hood. 7. With the hood up your hands can reach the back-side of the black plastic mesh grille that came on your sequoia. 8. Place the grille into position and with one of your hands hold it in position. With the other hand insert a zip-tie from the back of the grill in three locations (one on both sides and one in the middle). After you insert the zip-tie with the lug of the zip-tie on the inside (behind the grille), then feed it back through, tighten it up and clip off the extra zip-tie. 9. To keep clean we recommend Aluminum Polish that can be purchased at auto parts stores. It only requires hand polishing. This is an aftermarket automotive component and thus we make no warranty for any part of the vehicle. Use at your own risk

Toyota Tacoma extra cab Rear Jump Seats Installation Manual

INSTRUCTION Toyota Tacoma extra cab Rear Jump Seats Dear Customer, As we are unable to assist you on installing your Wet Okole Hi. Waterproof sport seat covers we offer these special instructions. This particular instruction is a universal instruction for Toyota Tacoma rear bench. Mostly all other vehicles are self explanatory. Any problems please feel free to call for technical support at 1(888)24-Okole. Enjoy your Wet Okole Hawaii Seat Covers! Step1 Step2 Next: With a pair of dull plastic pry tools ora pair of butterknives pry the rest cushion up with one tool and tuck seat cover under rest cushion with the other. Fold both seat cushions forward and slip seat cover over cushion and attach velcro. Note: Rear plastic rest may need to be removed from vehicle to allow easy seat cover installation. Note: Tuck cover underneath plastic. Note: Backrest panel maybe removed by pulling panel off of rear cab, there are 6 plastic plugs on the back of the panel that snap into the rear firewallofthecab.


Care must be taken when installing this accessory to ensure damage does not occur to the vehicle. The installation of this accessory should follow approved guidelines to ensure a quality installation. These guidelines can be found in the “Accessory Installation Practices” document. This document covers such items as:- • Vehicle Protection (use of covers and blankets, cleaning chemicals, etc.). • Safety (eye protection, rechecking torque procedure, etc.). • Vehicle Disassembly/Reassembly (panel removal, part storage, etc.). • Electrical Component Disassembly/Reassembly (battery disconnection, connector removal, etc.). Please see your Toyota dealer for a copy of this document. 1. Vehicle Protection. (a) Set parking brake. (b) Remove the negative battery cable. (Fig. 1-1) (1) Protect the fender before starting. (2) Do not touch the positive terminal with any tool when removing cable. 2. Vehicle Disassembly. (a) Disengage the clips and claws and remove the passenger side door scuff plate. (Fig. 2-1) (b) Remove the passenger side cowl side trim as follows: (Fig. 2-2) (1) Disengage two (2) clips and remove the cowl side trim.


The mounting procedure outlined below covers the 2007 and Newer Toyota Tundra trucks. You will need to refer to the illustrations and familiarize yourself with each of the undercarriage components and their relative position to each other. Then proceed as follows: 1. Begin by removing the bolts holding the skid plate to the bottom of the frame and the rear cross member. Remove the skid plate. Do not discard the skid plate or bolts so that they can be reinstalled if the undercarriage is removed. 2. Remove the two bolts from both tow hooks. Remove both tow hooks. Retain the bolts as they will be reinstalled further into the installation procedure. Do not discard the tow hooks so that they can be reinstalled if the undercarriage is removed. 3. Remove the three bumper mount nuts located on the front end of the driver side frame rail. Retain the nuts as they will be reinstalled further into the installation procedure. 4. Place Driver Side Push Beam Support Plate (62B) against the bottom of the driver side truck tow hook mount and against the outside of the driver side frame rail. The front tab of Push Beam Support Plate (62B) must clear the bumper mount studs on the front end of the truck frame. 5. Slide Driver Side Push Beam Support Plate (62B) backward until the three bumper mount studs on the end of the truck frame fully engage the three holes located on Driver Side Push Beam Support Plate (62B). 6. Reinstall the three bumper mount nuts that were removed in step 3. Fasteners should only be finger tight. 7. Assemble Driver Side Push Beam Support Plate (62B) to the tow hook mount using the two bolts removed in step 2. Fasteners should only be finger tight. 3 8. Using Bolt Puller (102) insert one ½” X 1-½” Hex Head Bolt (A) through the hole located on the outside of the driver side frame rail and through the hole located in Driver Side Push Beam Support Plate (62B). Secure with one ½” Split Lock Washer (D) and one ½” Hex Head Full Nut (C). Fasteners should only be finger tight. 9. Tighten the truck tow hook bolts. The heads of these bolts will not be accessible once Push Beam (62) is installed. 10. Repeat steps 3-9 for Passenger Side Push Beam Support Plate (62A). 11. Slide three Nut Plates (101) through the truck cross member. Align Nut Plates (101) with the front side of the two large outside holes and large center hole. 12. Place Angle Bracket (75) against the bottom of the truck cross member. Secure with three ½” X 1-½” Hex Head Bolts (A) and three ½” Split Lock Washers (D) and Nut Plates (101) previously installed inside the truck cross member. Fasteners should only be finger tight. 13. Install Push Beam (62) between Passenger Side and Driver Side Push Beam Support Plates (62A & 62B) using eight ½” X 1-½” Hex Head Bolts (A) and eight ½” Nylon Lock Nuts (B). Push Beam (62) should be mounted at a height of 14-½” from the ground to the center of the hook hole. Fasteners should only be finger tight. 14. Assemble Angle Bracket (75) to Push Beam (62) using four ½” X 1-½” Hex Head Bolts (A) and four ½” Nylon Lock Nuts (B). Fasteners should only be finger tight. 15. Tighten all fasteners, starting with Angle Bracket (75) and continuing forward. 16. With all undercarriage parts in place, securely fasten all mounting hardware. It is important that all fasteners be properly torqued (see Fig. 3) to assure a safe operating plow. Re-tighten all fasteners after 2 hours of plowing.