Toyota RAV4 manuals

Toyota RAV4 (XA40) 2013-2018 Service Manual: Removal (2006/01- )

  1. Remove front wheel

  2. Drain automatic transaxle fluid

  1. Drain the automatic transaxle fluid for u140f (see page ax-147).
  2. Drain the automatic transaxle fluid for u241e (see page ax-146).
  3. Drain the automatic transaxle fluid for u151e (see page ax-172).
  1. Remove front axle hub nut (see page ah-8)

  2. Disconnect front speed sensor lh

  1. Disconnect the speed sensor (see page bc-191).
  1. Remove front speed sensor rh

Hint:

Use the same procedures described for the lh side.

  1. Disconnect front disc brake cylinder assembly lh (see page br-40)

  2. Disconnect front disc brake cylinder assembly rh

Hint:

Use the same procedures described for the lh side.

  1. Remove front stabilizer link assembly lh (see page sp-30)

  2. Remove front stabilizer link assembly rh

Hint:

Use the same procedures described for the lh side.

  1. Disconnect front suspension lower no. 1 Arm sub-assembly lh (see page sp-21)

  2. Disconnect front suspension lower no. 1 Arm sub-assembly rh

Hint:

Use the same procedures described for the lh side.

  1. Disconnect steering knuckle with axle hub lh

Toyota RAV4. Disconnect steering knuckle with axle hub lh


  1. Put matchmarks on the drive shaft and axle hub.

Notice:

Do not punch the marks.

  1. Using a plastic-faced hammer, disconnect the steering knuckle with axle hub.

Notice:

Be careful not to damage the boot and speed sensor rotor.

Do not excessively push out the drive shaft from the axle assembly.

  1. Disconnect steering knuckle with axle hub rh

Hint:

Use the same procedures described for the lh side.

  1. Disconnect tie rod end sub-assembly lh (see page ps-42)

  2. Disconnect tie rod end sub-assembly rh

Hint:

Use the same procedures described for the lh side.

  1. Remove front drive shaft assembly lh

Toyota RAV4. Remove front drive shaft assembly lh


  1. Using sst, remove the front drive shaft.

Sst 09520-01010, 09520-24010 (09520-32040)

Notice:

  1. Remove front drive shaft assembly rh

Toyota RAV4. Remove front drive shaft assembly rh


  1. Remove the 2 bolts and pull out the drive shaft together with the drive shaft bearing case
  2. Remove the drive shaft from the transaxle.

Notice:

  1. Fix front axle assembly

Toyota RAV4. Fix front axle assembly


Notice:

The hub bearing could be damaged if it is subjected to the vehicle weight, such as when moving the vehicle with the drive shaft removed. Therefore, if it is absolutely necessary to place the vehicle weight on the hub bearing, first support it with sst.

Sst 09608-16042 (09608-02021, 09608-02041)

Removal (2005/11-2006/01)
Remove front wheel Drain automatic transaxle fluid Drain the automatic transaxle fluid for u140f (see page ax-147). Drain the automatic transaxle fluid for u241e (see page ax-146). ...

Disassembly (2005/11-2006/01)
Remove front axle inboard joint boot no. 2 Clamp lh One touch type: Using a screwdriver, remove the inboard joint boot clamp, as shown in the illustration. Claw engagement t ...

Other materials:

How to proceed with troubleshooting
Hint: Use the procedure to troubleshoot the power door lock control system. *: Use the intelligent tester. Vehicle brought to workshop Inspect battery voltage Standard voltage: 11 to 14 v If the voltage is below 11 v, recharge or replace the battery before proceeding. ...

Adjusting the position of and opening and closing the air outlets
Front center outlets Direct air flow to the left or right, up or down. Turn the knobs to open or close the vents. Turn the knob to open or close the vent for rear seat occupants. М Direct air flow to the left or right, up or down. Open the vent. Close the vent. ...

Air mix damper control servo motor circuit (passenger side)
Description The air mix damper servo sends pulse signals to indicate the damper position to the air conditioning amplifier. The air conditioning amplifier activates the motor (normal or reverse) based on these signals to move the air mix damper (passenger seat) to the appropriate position ...

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