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Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Removal

REMOVAL

PROCEDURE

1. REMOVE FRONT NO. 2 EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY (for 2GR-FKS)

2. REMOVE PROPELLER SHAFT HEAT INSULATOR BRACKET SUB-ASSEMBLY 2. REMOVE PROPELLER SHAFT HEAT INSULATOR BRACKET SUB-ASSEMBLY

2. REMOVE PROPELLER SHAFT HEAT INSULATOR BRACKET SUB-ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the 2 bolts and propeller shaft heat insulator bracket.

(a) Remove the 2 bolts and propeller shaft heat insulator bracket.

3. REMOVE FRONT PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY

(a) Place matchmarks on the propeller shaft flange and differential flange.

(a) Place matchmarks on the propeller shaft flange and differential flange.

Text in Illustration

*a

Matchmark

(b) Remove the 4 nuts, 4 bolts, 4 washers and front propeller shaft.

(c) Place matchmarks on the propeller shaft flange and transfer flange.

Text in Illustration

*a

Matchmark

(d) Remove the 4 nuts, 4 washers and front propeller shaft.

Components
COMPONENTS ILLUSTRATION ...

Disassembly
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 1. INSPECT FRONT PROPELLER SHAFT UNIVERSAL JOINT SPIDER BEARING (a) Check the spider bearings for wear and damage. (b) Check each spider bearing's axial play by turning t ...

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