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Toyota RAV4 Service Manual: Installation (2006/01- )

  1. Install sliding roof weatherstrip

  1. Install the sliding roof weatherstrip.

Toyota RAV4. Install sliding roof weatherstrip


  1. Position the joint of the weatherstrip at the rear center.
  2. Align the marks on the weatherstrip with the middle marks at the corners of the plastic on the edge of the sliding roof panel and install the weatherstrip. Make sure that the marks on the weatherstrip are positioned within the area indicated by the marks at the corners of the plastic on the edge of the sliding roof panel.
  3. Install the lip of the weatherstrip firmly.
  1. Install sliding roof housing assembly

Toyota RAV4. Install sliding roof housing assembly


  1. Install the housing with the 4 bolts and 8 nuts.

    Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*Lbf)

  1. Connect sliding roof drain hose

Toyota RAV4. Connect sliding roof drain hose


  1. Connect the 4 drain hoses.

Notice:

The clip must face toward the outside of the vehicle and also be above the lower surface of the sliding roof housing when installing the drain hoses.

  1. Install sliding roof glass sub-assembly

Toyota RAV4. Install sliding roof glass sub-assembly


  1. Using a t25 "torx" driver, temporarily install the sliding roof glass sub-assembly with the 4 screws.

Toyota RAV4. Install sliding roof glass sub-assembly


  1. Perform a level check.
  1. Check the difference in level for "a" between the roof panel and the upper surface of the weatherstrip when the sliding roof glass is fully closed.

Standard measurement


Hint:

"+" Represents the condition that the glass is above the panel level. "-" Represents the condition that the glass is below the panel level.

  1. Perform a gap check.

Toyota RAV4. Install sliding roof glass sub-assembly


  1. Check the gap between the roof panel and roof glass.

Notice:

The gap must be even all around.

  1. Using a t25 "torx" driver, install the sliding roof glass with the 4 screws.

    Torque: 4.0 N*m (41 kgf*cm, 35 in.*Lbf)

Toyota RAV4. Install sliding roof glass sub-assembly


  1. Install sliding roof side garnish lh

Toyota RAV4. Install sliding roof side garnish lh


  1. Attach the claws to install the garnish.
  1. Install sliding roof side garnish rh

Hint:

Use the same procedures described for the lh side.

  1. Check for water leaks

  1. Adjust the sliding roof glass sub-assembly, and check for water leaks.
  2. If there are any leaks, readjust the sliding roof glass sub-assembly.
  1. Install roof headlining assembly

  1. Install the roof headlining (see page ir-59).
  1. Connect cable to negative battery terminal

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