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Toyota RAV4 Service Manual: Rear no. 2 Suspension arm

Toyota RAV4 Service Manual / Suspension / Rear no. 2 Suspension arm

Components

Toyota RAV4. Rear no. 2 Suspension arm


Removal

Hint:

  1. Remove rear wheel

  2. Disconnect no. 2 Parking brake cable assembly (see page pb-8)

  3. Disconnect skid control sensor wire (for 2wd) (see page bc-198)

  4. Disconnect rear speed sensor lh (for 4wd) (see page bc-205)

  5. Disconnect rear stabilizer link assembly lh (see page sp-50)

  6. Disconnect rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh

Toyota RAV4. Disconnect rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh


  1. Loosen the bolt from the suspension member side.

Toyota RAV4. Disconnect rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh


  1. Support the no. 2 Suspension arm lh with a jack.

Notice:

Place a wooden or rubber block between the jack and the arm.

Toyota RAV4. Disconnect rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh


  1. Remove the bolt and nut from the axle carrier side.
  2. Slowly lower the jack, and disconnect the no. 2 Suspension arm from the axle carrier.
  1. Remove rear coil spring insulator upper lh (see page sp-33)

  2. Remove rear coil spring lh (see page sp-33)

  3. Remove rear coil spring insulator lower lh (see page sp-33)

  4. Remove rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh

Toyota RAV4. Remove rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh


  1. Remove the bolt, nut and suspension arm from the suspension member.

Installation

Hint:

  1. Temporarily install rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh

Toyota RAV4. Temporarily install rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh


  1. Temporarily install the no. 2 Suspension arm with the bolt and nut to the suspension member.
  1. Install rear coil spring insulator lower lh (see page sp-34)

  2. Install rear coil spring lh (see page sp-34)

  3. Install rear coil spring insulator upper lh (see page sp-34)

  4. Install rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh

Toyota RAV4. Install rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh


  1. Slowly raise the jack, and install the no. 2 Suspension arm to the axle carrier.

Notice:

Install the arm so that the coil spring's distinguishing mark is on the outer side of the vehicle.

  1. Install rear stabilizer link assembly lh (see page sp-52)

  2. Connect skid control sensor wire (for 2wd) (see page bc-198)

  3. Connect rear speed sensor lh (for 4wd) (see page bc-205)

  4. Connect no. 2 Parking brake cable assembly (see page pb-8)

  5. Install rear wheel

  1. Install the wheel.

    Torque: 103 n*m (1,050 kgf*cm, 76 ft.*Lbf)

  1. Stabilize suspension (see page sp-37)

  2. Tighten rear no. 2 Suspension arm assembly lh

  1. Install the 2 nuts and 2 bolts.

    Torque: 90 n*m (918 kgf*cm, 66 ft.*Lbf)

Notice:

Do not tighten the nuts.

  1. Inspect and adjust rear wheel alignment

  1. Inspect and adjust the rear wheel alignment (see page sp-7).
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