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Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Removal

REMOVAL

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

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Object Exceeding Weight Limit of Transmission Jack

  • Be sure to perform this procedure with several people as the rear differential carrier assembly is very heavy.
  • Be sure to follow the procedure described in the repair manual, or the transmission jack may suddenly drop or a part may fall.

HINT:

The following procedures are for BD22 (w/o Differential Lock).

PROCEDURE

1. REMOVE REAR WHEELS

2. REMOVE REAR PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY (for 2WD)

(See page 3. REMOVE REAR PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY (for 4WD) )

3. REMOVE REAR PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY (for 4WD)

(See page 4. DRAIN DIFFERENTIAL OIL )

4. DRAIN DIFFERENTIAL OIL

(See page 5. REMOVE REAR AXLE SHAFT WITH BACKING PLATE LH )

5. REMOVE REAR AXLE SHAFT WITH BACKING PLATE LH

(See page 6. REMOVE REAR AXLE SHAFT WITH BACKING PLATE RH 6. REMOVE REAR AXLE SHAFT WITH BACKING PLATE RH )

6. REMOVE REAR AXLE SHAFT WITH BACKING PLATE RH

HINT:

Use the same procedure described for the LH side.

7. REMOVE REAR DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the 10 nuts, 10 washers and rear differential carrier assembly.

CAUTION:

The rear differential carrier assembly is a heavy component. Make sure that it is supported securely.

NOTICE:

  • Securely support the rear differential carrier assembly while performing this step to avoid excessively tilting or dropping the rear differential carrier assembly.
  • The remaining oil may leak out when removing the rear differential carrier assembly.
  • Do not damage the installation surface when removing the rear differential carrier assembly.
  • Remove the bolts with the rear differential carrier assembly secured.

8. REMOVE REAR DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER GASKET

Components
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