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Toyota RAV4 Service Manual: Emission control system

Parts location

Toyota RAV4. Parts location


Toyota RAV4. Parts location


System diagram

Toyota RAV4. System diagram


Toyota RAV4. System diagram


Toyota RAV4. System diagram


Toyota RAV4. System diagram


On-vehicle inspection

  1. Check fuel cut rpm

Toyota RAV4. Check fuel cut rpm


  1. Increase the engine speed to at least 3,500 rpm.
  2. Use a sound scope to check for injector operating noise.
  3. Check that the operating sounds stop momentarily and then resume when the throttle lever is released.

Hint:

Measure with the a/c off.

Fuel return rpm: 1,400 rpm

  1. Check for leaks

Toyota RAV4. Check for leaks


  1. Visually check that the hoses, connections and gaskets have no cracks, leaks or damage.

Notice:

If the result is not as specified, replace parts as necessary.

  1. Check line and connectors

  1. Visually check for loose connections, sharp bends or damage.
  1. Check fuel tank assembly

  1. Visually check for deformation, cracks or fuel leakage.
  1. Check fuel tank and vent line

Toyota RAV4. Check fuel tank and vent line


  1. Disconnect the vent line tube from the canister.
  2. Connect a pressure gauge to the vent line tube.
  3. Apply 4 kpa (41 kgf/cm2, 30 mmhg) of pressure to the vent line of the fuel tank.

Hint:

Perform this inspection with the fuel tank less than 90% full. When the fuel tank is full, the fuel cutoff valve closes and pressure is released through the 1.5 Mm orifice. As a result, when the fuel tank cap is removed, the pressure does not decrease smoothly.

  1. Check that the fuel tank pressure is maintained for some time, and does not decrease immediately.

Hint:

If the pressure decreases immediately, one of the following may be the cause:

  1. When the fuel tank cap is removed, check that pressure is released smoothly.

Hint:

If the pressure does not drop, replace the fuel tank assembly.

  1. Reconnect the vent line tube to the canister.
  1. Check air inlet line

  1. Disconnect the air inlet line hose from the charcoal canister.
  2. Check that air flows freely into the air inlet line.

Hint:

If air does not flow freely into the air inlet line, repair or replace it.

  1. Reconnect the air inlet line hose to the charcoal canister.
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Canister
Components removal Disconnect cable from negative battery terminal Caution: Wait at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal to prevent ai ...

Other materials:

If your vehicle overheats
The following may indicate that your vehicle is overheating. The high engine coolant temperature warning light  Comes on or a loss of engine power is experienced. (For example, the vehicle speed does not increase.) Steam comes out from under the hood. Correction procedures Stop ...

Steering angle sensor
Components Removal Precaution Caution: Be sure to read the "precaution" thoroughly before servicing (see page rs-1). Disconnect cable from negative battery terminal Caution: Wait at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery termin ...

Pressure control solenoid "d" performance (shift solenoid valve slt)
Description The throttle pressure that is applied to the primary regulator valve (which modulates the line pressure) causes the solenoid valve slt, under electronic control, to precisely modulate and generate the line pressure according to the extent that the accelerator pedal is depr ...

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