Toyota Tacoma manuals

Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Removal

REMOVAL

PROCEDURE

1. REMOVE TRANSMISSION INSULATOR RH (for 2GR-FKS)

2. REMOVE TRANSMISSION INSULATOR RH (for 2TR-FE)

2. REMOVE TRANSMISSION INSULATOR RH (for 2TR-FE)

3. SEPARATE WATER BY-PASS PIPE (for 2GR-FKS)

3. SEPARATE WATER BY-PASS PIPE (for 2GR-FKS)

(a) Remove the 2 bolts to separate the water by-pass pipe from the automatic transmission assembly.

4. REMOVE PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH

(a) Disconnect the park/neutral position switch connector.

(b) Using a screwdriver, pry out the lock washer.

(c) Remove the nut and lock washer.

(d) Remove the bolt and park/neutral position switch from the automatic transmission assembly.

HINT:

Make sure that the manual valve lever shaft has not been rotated prior to installing the park/neutral position switch as the detent spring may become detached from the manual valve lever shaft.

On-vehicle Inspection
ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1. INSPECT PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH (a) Apply the parking brake. (b) Turn the ignition switch to ON. (c) Depress the brake pedal and move the shift lever to an ...

Adjustment
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE 1. ADJUST PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH (a) While pushing the shift lock release button, move the shift lever to N. (b) Remove the bolt of the park/neutral position switch. (c ...

Other materials:

Pressure Sensor Circuit (B1423/23)
DESCRIPTION This DTC is stored if refrigerant pressure on the high pressure side is extremely low (176 kPa (1.8 kgf/cm2, 26 psi) or less) or extremely high (3140 kPa (32.0 kgf/cm2, 455 psi) or more). The air conditioner pressure sensor, which is installed on the pipe on the high pressure side ...

Installation
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 1. INSTALL CLUTCH PEDAL NO.1 CUSHION (a) Install the clutch pedal No. 1 cushion to the clutch pedal sub-assembly. 2. INSTALL CLUTCH PEDAL SHAFT COLLAR (a) Apply MP grease to the clutch pedal shaft collar. Text in Illustration MP grease (b) ...

Active head restraints (Access Cab and Double Cab models only)
When the occupant’s back presses against the seatback during a rear-end collision, the head restraint moves slightly forward to help reduce the risk of whiplash on the seat occupant. ■Active head restraints Even small forces applied to the seatback may cause the head restraint to mov ...

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