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Toyota RAV4 Service Manual: Power outlet socket

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Components

Toyota RAV4. Power outlet socket


Removal

  1. Disconnect cable from negative battery terminal

Caution:

Wait at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal to prevent airbag and seat belt pretensioner activation.

  1. Remove switch base (see page ip-21)

  2. Remove power outlet socket assembly

Toyota RAV4. Remove power outlet socket assembly


  1. Rotate the socket to disengage the notch.

Toyota RAV4. Remove power outlet socket assembly


  1. Pull out the socket halfway and rotate the socket until its protrusion is aligned with the groove of the cover.
  2. Remove the socket from the cover.

Installation

  1. Install power outlet socket assembly

Toyota RAV4. Install power outlet socket assembly


  1. Align the protrusion on the backside of the socket with the groove of the cover. Then push the socket into the cover.
  1. Install switch base (see page ip-24)

  2. Connect cable to negative battery terminal

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