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Toyota RAV4 Service Manual: Inspection and adjustment of joint angle  during removal and installation of propeller shaft (4wd)

Toyota RAV4 Service Manual / Introduction / Repair instruction / Precaution / Inspection and adjustment of joint angle  during removal and installation of propeller shaft (4wd)

  1. When performing operations which involve the removal and installation of the propeller shaft, always check the joint angle. Make adjustments if necessary (see page pr-4).

Toyota RAV4. Inspection and adjustment of joint angle  during removal and installation of propeller shaft (4wd)


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Vehicle lift and support locations
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Front speed sensor
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