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Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Removal

REMOVAL

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

HINT:

When removing the name plates or stripe tapes, heat the vehicle body or tail gate and name plates or stripe tapes using a heat light.

Heating Temperature

Item

Temperature

Vehicle Body or Tail Gate

40 to 60°C (104 to 140°F)

Name Plate or Stripe Tape

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

NOTICE:

Do not heat the vehicle body, tail gate, name plate or stripe tape excessively.

PROCEDURE

1. REMOVE NO. 1 FRONT DOOR NAME PLATE (for LH Side)

(a) Put protective tape around the No. 1 front door name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(b) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 front door name plate.

(c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(d) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 front door name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 front door name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 front door name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(e) Remove the No. 1 front door name plate.

(f) Remove the protective tape.

(g) for LED Fog Light:

(1) Put protective tape around the No. 1 front door name plate.

(2) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 front door name plate.

(3) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(4) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 front door name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 front door name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 front door name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(5) Remove the No. 1 front door name plate.

(6) Remove the protective tape.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

2. REMOVE NO. 1 FRONT DOOR NAME PLATE (for RH Side)

(a) Put protective tape around the No. 1 front door name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(b) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 front door name plate.

(c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(d) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 front door name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 front door name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 front door name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(e) Remove the No. 1 front door name plate.

(f) Remove the protective tape.

(g) for LED Fog Light:

(1) Put protective tape around the No. 1 front door name plate.

(2) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 front door name plate.

(3) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(4) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 front door name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 front door name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 front door name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(5) Remove the No. 1 front door name plate.

(6) Remove the protective tape.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

3. REMOVE NO. 1 ROOF SIDE NAME PLATE (for LH Side)

(a) for Access Cab:

(1) Put protective tape around the No. 1 roof side name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(2) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 roof side name plate.

(3) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(4) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 roof side name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 roof side name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 roof side name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(5) Remove the No. 1 roof side name plate.

(6) Remove the protective tape.

(b) for Double Cab Type A:

(1) Put protective tape around the No. 1 roof side name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(2) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 roof side name plate.

(3) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(4) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 roof side name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 roof side name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 roof side name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(5) Remove the No. 1 roof side name plate.

(6) Remove the protective tape.

(c) for Double Cab Type B:

(1) Put protective tape around the No. 1 roof side name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(2) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 roof side name plate.

(3) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(4) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 roof side name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 roof side name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 roof side name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(5) Remove the No. 1 roof side name plate.

(6) Remove the protective tape.

4. REMOVE NO. 1 ROOF SIDE NAME PLATE (for RH Side)

(a) for Access Cab:

(1) Put protective tape around the No. 1 roof side name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(2) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 roof side name plate.

(3) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(4) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 roof side name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 roof side name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 roof side name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(5) Remove the No. 1 roof side name plate.

(6) Remove the protective tape.

(b) for Double Cab Type A:

(1) Put protective tape around the No. 1 roof side name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(2) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 roof side name plate.

(3) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(4) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 roof side name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 roof side name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 roof side name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(5) Remove the No. 1 roof side name plate.

(6) Remove the protective tape.

(c) for Double Cab Type B:

(1) Put protective tape around the No. 1 roof side name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(2) Insert a piano wire between the vehicle body and No. 1 roof side name plate.

(3) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(4) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 1 roof side name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 1 roof side name plate, take care not to damage the No. 1 roof side name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(5) Remove the No. 1 roof side name plate.

(6) Remove the protective tape.

5. REMOVE NO. 2 REAR BODY NAME PLATE (for 4WD)

(a) Put protective tape around the No. 2 rear body name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(b) Insert a piano wire between the tail gate and No. 2 rear body name plate.

(c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(d) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 2 rear body name plate to the tail gate.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 2 rear body name plate, take care not to damage the No. 2 rear body name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the tail gate.

(e) Remove the No. 2 rear body name plate.

(f) Remove the protective tape.

6. REMOVE NO. 3 REAR BODY NAME PLATE (for 2GR-FKS)

(a) Put protective tape around the No. 3 rear body name plate.

*a

Protective Tape

*b

Wooden Block

*c

Piano Wire

(b) Insert a piano wire between the tail gate and No. 3 rear body name plate.

(c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to both wire ends.

(d) Pull the piano wire and cut the double-sided tape that holds the No. 3 rear body name plate to the tail gate.

NOTICE:

  • If reusing the No. 3 rear body name plate, take care not to damage the No. 3 rear body name plate.
  • Be careful not to damage the tail gate.

(e) Remove the No. 3 rear body name plate.

(f) Remove the protective tape.

7. REMOVE REAR BODY STRIPE LH (w/ Stripe Tape)

(a) Pull back an edge of the rear body stripe LH and pull it parallel to the vehicle body to remove it.

8. REMOVE REAR BODY STRIPE RH (w/ Stripe Tape)

HINT:

Use the same procedure described for the LH side.

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