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Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Installation

INSTALLATION

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

HINT:

  • Use the same procedure for both the RH and LH sides.
  • The procedure described below is for the LH side.

PROCEDURE

1. INSTALL FRONT SHOULDER BELT ANCHOR ADJUSTER ASSEMBLY

(a) Engage the guide to temporarily install the front shoulder belt anchor adjuster assembly with the 2 bolts.

(b) Tighten the 2 bolts in the order shown in the illustration.

Torque:

42 N·m {428 kgf·cm, 31 ft·lbf}

2. INSTALL FRONT SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY

(a) Before installing the front seat outer belt assembly, check the ELR function.

Text in Illustration

*a

Unlock

*b

Lock

*c

45°

(1) When the inclination of the retractor is 15° or less, check that the belt can be pulled from the retractor. When the inclination of the retractor is over 45°, check that the belt locks.

NOTICE:

Do not disassemble the retractor.

If operation is not as specified, replace the front seat outer belt assembly.

(b) Engage the 2 guides and install the front seat outer belt assembly with the bolt.

Torque:

12.5 N·m {127 kgf·cm, 9 ft·lbf}

(c) Connect the pretensioner connector and lock the locking button as shown in the illustration.

(d) Connect the shoulder anchor with the nut.

Torque:

42 N·m {428 kgf·cm, 31 ft·lbf}

(e) Check that the shoulder anchor rotates smoothly.

(f) Connect the floor anchor of the front seat outer belt assembly with the bolt.

Torque:

42 N·m {428 kgf·cm, 31 ft·lbf}

(g) Check the ELR lock.

NOTICE:

The check should be performed with the front seat outer belt assembly installed.

(1) With the belt installed, check that the belt locks when it is pulled out quickly.

If the operation is not as specified, replace the front seat outer belt assembly.

(h) Remove the bolt to disconnect the floor anchor.

3. INSTALL CENTER PILLAR UPPER GARNISH

Click here 4. INSTALL CENTER PILLAR LOWER GARNISH

4. INSTALL CENTER PILLAR LOWER GARNISH

Click here 5. CONNECT FRONT SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY

5. CONNECT FRONT SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY

Click here 6. INSTALL LAP BELT OUTER ANCHOR COVER

6. INSTALL LAP BELT OUTER ANCHOR COVER

Click here 7. CONNECT REAR DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP

7. CONNECT REAR DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP

(a) Connect the rear door opening trim weatherstrip.

8. CONNECT FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP

(a) Connect the front door opening trim weatherstrip.

9. INSTALL REAR DOOR SCUFF PLATE

Click here 10. INSTALL FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE

10. INSTALL FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE

Click here 11. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL

11. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL

Torque:

5.4 N·m {55 kgf·cm, 48 in·lbf}

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the cable, some systems need to be initialized after the cable is reconnected.

Click here 12. INSPECT SRS WARNING LIGHT

12. INSPECT SRS WARNING LIGHT

Click here Removal

Components
COMPONENTS ILLUSTRATION ...

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