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TOYOTA AVALON 2005 – TVIP V4 (REMOTE ENGINE STARTER) Procedure Page 2 of 33 pages Issue: C 02/02/05 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 Visassembly/Reassembly (battery disconnection, connector removal, etc.). Please see your Toyota dealer for a copy of this document. 1. Vehicle Disassembly. (a) Remove the negative battery cable. (Fig. 1-1) (1) Protect the fender before starting. (2) Do not touch the positive terminal with any tool removing the cable. (b) Remove the glove box under-dash cover. (Fig. 1-2) (c) Remove the passenger’s step cover. (Fig. 1-3) Fig. 1-1 10mm Wrench Negative Battery Cable Battery Step Cover Fig. 1-3 Nylon Panel Removal Tool Fig. 1-2 Under-Dash Cover Nylon Panel Removal Tool TOYOTA AVALON 2005 – TVIP V4 (REMOTE ENGINE STARTER) Procedure Page 3 of 33 pages Issue: C 02/02/05 (d) Remove the passenger’s cowl cover. (Fig. 1-4) (1) Remove one nut securing the cowl cover. (e) Remove one screw and one bolt from the glove box assembly. (Fig. 1-5) (f) Remove the glove box assembly. (Fig. 1-6) (1) Open the glove box door and remove three screws securing the glove box assembly. (2) Disconnect the trunk opener cancel switch from the glove box assembly if equipped. For vehicles with Smart Entry, the disassembly process ends on Step f. Go to Section 5. For vehicles without Smart Entry, continue the disassembly process. FOR VEHICLES WITHOUT SMART ENTRY SYSTEM ONLY. (Step g) NOTE: Do not perform this step if the vehicle has Smart Entry. (g) Remove the driver’s step cover. (Fig. 1-7) Screw Fig. 1-5 10mm Wrench, Phillips Screwdriver Bolt Glove Box Assembly Cowl Cover Fig. 1-4 Nut Fig. 1-6 Nylon Panel Removal Tool, Phillips Screwdriver Screws (x3) Glove Box Assembly Trunk Opener Cancel Switch Connector Fig. 1-7 Step Cover Nylon Panel Removal Tool
TOYOTA AVALON 2005 – TVIP V4 (REMOTE ENGINE STARTER) Procedure Page 4 of 33 pages Issue: C 02/02/05 FOR VEHICLES WITHOUT SMART ENTRY SYSTEM ONLY. (Steps h-l) NOTE: Do not perform this step if the vehicle has Smart Entry. (h) Remove the driver’s cowl cover. (Fig. 1-8) (1) Remove the one nut securing the cowl cover. (i) Remove the hood release cable. (Fig. 1-9) (1) Do not bend the hood release cable. (j) Open the screw cover on the lower dash cover. Insert the tip of a Nylon Panel Removal Tool in the upper slot to loosen it. (Fig. 1-9) (1) Remove one screw and one bolt securing the lower dash cover. (k) Remove the lower dash cover. (Fig. 1-10) (1) Disconnect the temperature sensor (connector and aspirator hose) from the lower dash cover if equipped. (l) Carefully remove the driver side airbag assembly. (Fig. 1-11) (1) Remove four bolts securing the driver side airbag assembly. (2) Be careful not to get cut by the sharp metal edges. (3) Do not disconnect the airbag assembly. (4) Use the empty V4 kit box to support the airbag assembly on the floor


ISSUE b. If new level (47 fin) rotors are present, Some 2004/2005 F-150 vehicles built before perform one (1) of the following: 11/29/2004 may exhibit front brake roughness and or shudder while braking. (1) If rotors are within minimum thickness specifications, machine the rotors using ACTION the Rotunda on vehicle brake lathe and Service the rack and pinion, rotors, and caliper the Rotunda adapter kit 201-R0093. assemblies as needed, based on vehicle build date Refer to the Workshop Manual, Section and current part levels installed on the vehicle. 206-00 for the correct on-vehicle brake Refer to the following Service Procedure. lathe procedure. SERVICE PROCEDURE (2) If rotors are beyond machinable thickness, the front rotors must be 1. Vehicles built prior to 8/20/2003 require the replaced. replacement of the rack and pinion assembly if it has not been replaced. Refer to Workshop 3. Install new service fix calipers. Manual, Section 206-03 and 211-02. NOTE 2. Determine if the vehicle has the old or new REPLACE CALIPERS WITH NEW SERVICE FIX level rotors (Figure 1). CALIPER ASSEMBLIES BY REMOVING THE CALIPERS AT THE KNUCKLES. THE SERVICE REPLACEMENT CALIPERS WILL BE PRE-ASSEMBLED WITH ANCHOR, SPRINGS, AND PADS. THE CALIPERS SHOULD BE INSTALLED AS A UNIT WITHOUT DISASSEMBLY. PART NUMBER PART NAME 6L3Z-2B120-A Caliper Asy (Right Side) 6L3Z-2B121-A Caliper Asy (Left Side) 5L3Z-1102-AB Rotor (4X2, 6 Lug) 5L3Z-1102-BA Rotor (4X2, 7 Lug) 5L3Z-1125-AA Rotor (4X4, 6 Lug) 5L3Z-1125-BA Rotor (4X4, 7 Lug) 6L3Z-3504-AA Steering Gear (Super Cab/Crew 4X2) 6L3Z-3504-BA Steering Gear (Super Cab/Crew 4X4) Figure 1 – Article 05-21-19 6L3Z-3504-CA Steering Gear (Regular Cab 4X2) 6L3Z-3504-DA Steering Gear (Regular Cab 4X4) a. If old level rotors, replace the front rotors 6L3Z-3C294-AA Retainer Spindle Nut and front caliper assemblies. Refer to Workshop Manual, Section 206-00 for front rotor and caliper replacement.

Honda Navigation System Information and DVD Information and Inspection Manual

REVISION SUMMARY •Under BACKGROUND, more sources for navigation service and user information are listed. •Under DVD LABEL COLOR IDENTIFICATION BY MODEL, the Latest DVD Version available is updated. •Under REPLACING THE NAVIGATION CONTROL UNIT AND TRANSFERRING THE NAVIGATION DVD, a step was added to Save Users Memory when replacing the navigation control unit. •Under ENTERING THE ANTI-THEFT CODE, the instructions about obtaining the serial number from a navigation unit without removing it were clarified. •Under NAVIGATION SYSTEM PLATFORMS, HFL was added to the list of Distinguishing Features . BACKGROUND Use this information to avoid possible customer dissatisfaction issues caused by incorrect or outdated DVD installation. For more information about the navigation system and its operation, refer to the following resources: •Service Manual – Printed or on ISIS •Quick Start Guide •Online University – Use the keyword NAVI . •Navigation System Manual – Besides the one that comes with the vehicle, the navigation system manual is also available online. Select SEARCH BY PUBLICATION , select Consumer Information , select your applicable vehicle, then select Navigation Manual from the list. •Service Bulletins – Use the keyword NAVI . •ETM (electrical troubleshooting manual) This bulletin provides the following navigation system DVD service information: •DVD label color identification by model •Earliest DVD version application for each model •How to identify navigation DVD versions •Checking a DVD for damage •Ordering a DVD •Navigation DVD stocking concerns •DVD handling and cleaning •Installing a navigation DVD •Precaution on customer “sneak previews” of a newer navigation DVD version •Answering customer questions about navigation coverage and POI (point of interest) •Pitfalls when interchanging navigation DVD/parts during diagnosis •Replacing the navigation control unit and transferring the navigation DVD •Entering the anti-theft code •Navigation system platforms VEHICLES AFFECTED • 2003-09 Accord • 2005-07 Accord Hybrid • 2006-09 Civic • 2006-09 Civic Hybrid • 2007-09 CR-V • 2009 Element • 2009 Fit • 2000-09 Odyssey • 2003-09 Pilot • 2006-09 Ridgeline WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION None. This service bulletin is for information only. Refer to the flat rate manual whenever servicing or repairing the navigation system

1993 BMW 325i (E36) Removing and Installing/ Replacing Heater and Air Conditioning Fan (M50, S50, M52)

With Air Conditioning Notes Removing and Installing/Replacing Heater and Air Conditioning Fan (M50, S50, M52) * Additional work on 2-door model: Remove console for the windshield wiper system. * Position windscreen wiper, left, vertically. * Pull off rubber part and pry out grill. Zoom Sized for Print Zoom Sized for Print * Remove screws from cable channel. * Remove screws on right-hand side and take off holder. * Unscrew left-hand screw. * Pull out air collector in upwards direction. Note: Air collector will be difficult to pull out. M50, M52 Unclip covers. Unscrew bolts. Remove cover of injection-valve plate. * Unclip covers and remove screws. * Remove cover * Unfasten clips and remove blower cover. * Disconnect connector. * Unfasten clips and lift out left upper section of blower. Note: The air conditioning system remains installed. Illustration shows air conditioning unit removed.


This article supersedes TSB 07-5-7 to update the NOTE Parts. SETTING TIRE PRESSURE TO DOOR SPECIFICATION IS ONE OF THE SINGLE MOST ISSUE IMPORTANT MEASURES IN RESOLVING THIS Some 2005-2007 F-Super Duty vehicles may exhibit ISSUE. LOWERING TIRE PRESSURE WILL MAKE steering wheel oscillation (back and forth motion), THIS ISSUE WORSE. immediately following front or rear wheel impacts ROAD TEST (i.e. pavement joints, frost heaves, rough roads, etc.). Steering wheel motion is typically in the range 1. Ask customer what type of road surface and of ± 5 degrees, and typically dampens out in fewer speed generates the steering wheel oscillation. than five oscillations. This condition occurs mostly on F-250/F-350 4X4 vehicles, and is more evident 2. Road test vehicle on similar road surface and on trucks equipped with a gas engine. speed, to gain a feel for the customer’s issue. ACTION 3. If no issues are identified during the road test, do not proceed with the rest of this TSB. Refer to the following Service Procedure to minimize the steering wheel oscillations on impacts, STEERING DAMPER however, there may be some remaining minor INSPECTION/REPLACEMENT AND oscillation which would be considered normal. STEERING/SUSPENSION FASTENER TORQUE CHECK SERVICE PROCEDURE SUMMARY F-250/F-350 4X4 Applications: 1. Set tire pressure and road test vehicle to evaluate vehicle before proceeding with further 1. Remove existing steering damper and frame repairs. If issue is resolved, do not proceed attachment bracket. with the rest of this TSB. 2. Replace steering damper and frame mounting 2. If concern still exists, install a new steering bracket with steering damper and frame damper (frame-mounted bracket and steering bracket. damper assembly on F-250/F-350 4X4 applications only). For F-250/F-350 4X2 and all 3. Attach steering damper to frame bracket and F-450/F-550 applications, inspect damper for torque bolt to 76 lb-ft (103 N•m). leaks and replace if necessary, torque steering 4. Assemble bracket and shock assembly to the and suspension fasteners per Workshop frame with attachment bolt retainer pointing to Manual (WSM). rear of vehicle. Torque frame bracket nuts to 59 3. If concern still exists, check front alignment and lb-ft (80 N•m). reduce front caster. 5. Attach other end of shock to the steering drag 4. Replace redundant control steering wheel (if link and torque to 66 lb-ft (90 N•m). equipped and vehicle built prior to 10/8/2004). 6. Install damper bolt cap to assure a friendly VEHICLE INSPECTION – TIRE PRESSURE surface for the battery cable in case of casual contact. 1. Set tire pressures as indicated on the vehicle label (located on driver’s door label).