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Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Removal

REMOVAL

PROCEDURE

1. REMOVE NO. 2 ENGINE UNDER COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY (w/ Off Road Package)

2. REMOVE NO. 1 ENGINE UNDER COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY

3. DRAIN ENGINE COOLANT

4. REMOVE RADIATOR GRILLE

4. REMOVE RADIATOR GRILLE

(See page 5. REMOVE EXHAUST MANIFOLD SUB-ASSEMBLY RH 5. REMOVE EXHAUST MANIFOLD SUB-ASSEMBLY RH )

5. REMOVE EXHAUST MANIFOLD SUB-ASSEMBLY RH

(See page 6. REMOVE NO. 2 OIL COOLER INLET HOSE AND NO. 2 OIL COOLER OUTLET HOSE )

6. REMOVE NO. 2 OIL COOLER INLET HOSE AND NO. 2 OIL COOLER OUTLET HOSE

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the hoses from the tube, support the tube by hand and be careful to prevent the tube from being deformed.

HINT:

Use a container to catch any ATF.

(a) Slide the 2 clips and disconnect the No. 2 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 2 oil cooler outlet hose from the No. 1 oil cooler inlet tube and No. 1 oil cooler outlet tube.

(b) Slide the 2 clips and remove the No. 2 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 2 oil cooler outlet hose from the transmission oil thermostat.

7. REMOVE TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER ASSEMBLY

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the hoses from the tube, support the tube by hand and be careful to prevent the tube from being deformed.

HINT:

Use a container to catch any ATF and coolant.

(a) Slide the 2 clips and disconnect the 2 water by-pass hoses from the transmission oil cooler assembly.

(b) Slide the 2 clips and disconnect the No. 1 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 1 oil cooler outlet hose from the automatic transmission assembly.

(c) Slide the 2 clips and remove the No. 1 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 1 oil cooler outlet hose from the transmission oil thermostat.

(d) Remove the 3 bolts and transmission oil cooler assembly with transmission oil thermostat from the automatic transmission assembly.

(e) Remove the 3 bolts and transmission oil cooler assembly from the transmission oil thermostat.

(f) Remove the 2 O-rings from the grooves of transmission oil cooler assembly.

8. REMOVE NO. 3 OIL COOLER INLET HOSE AND NO. 3 OIL COOLER OUTLET HOSE

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the hoses from the tube, support the tube by hand and be careful to prevent the tube from being deformed.

HINT:

Use a container to catch any ATF.

(a) Slide the 2 clips and disconnect the No. 3 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 3 oil cooler outlet hose from the oil cooler tube.

(b) Slide the 2 clips and remove the No. 3 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 3 oil cooler outlet hose from the No. 1 oil cooler inlet tube and No. 1 oil cooler outlet tube.

9. REMOVE NO. 1 OIL COOLER INLET TUBE AND NO. 1 OIL COOLER OUTLET TUBE

HINT:

Use a container to catch any ATF.

(a) Remove the 2 bolts, 2 flexible hose clamps, No. 1 oil cooler inlet tube and No. 1 oil cooler outlet tube.

(b) Remove the 2 bolts and 2 oil cooler tube clamps from the automatic transmission assembly and engine assembly.

10. REMOVE NO. 4 OIL COOLER INLET HOSE AND NO. 4 OIL COOLER OUTLET HOSE

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the hoses from the tube, support the tube by hand and be careful to prevent the tube from being deformed.

HINT:

Use a container to catch any ATF.

(a) Detach the claw to open the clamp.

Text in Illustration

*A

w/o Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler

*B

w/ Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler

(b) Slide the 2 clips and disconnect the No. 4 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 4 oil cooler outlet hose from the oil cooler tube.

(c) w/o Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler:

(1) Slide the 2 clips and remove the No. 4 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 4 oil cooler outlet hose from the radiator assembly.

(d) w/ Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler:

(1) Slide the 2 clips and remove the No. 4 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 4 oil cooler outlet hose from the radiator assembly and No.1 oil cooler tube sub-assembly.

11. REMOVE NO. 5 OIL COOLER OUTLET HOSE (w/ Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler)

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the hoses from the tube, support the tube by hand and be careful to prevent the tube from being deformed.

HINT:

Use a container to catch any ATF.

(a) Slide the clip and disconnect the No. 5 oil cooler outlet hose from the radiator assembly.

(b) Slide the clip and remove the No. 5 oil cooler outlet hose from the No.1 oil cooler tube sub-assembly.

12. REMOVE OIL COOLER TUBE

(a) Remove the 2 bolts and oil cooler tube from the vehicle body.

13. REMOVE NO. 6 OIL COOLER INLET HOSE AND NO. 6 OIL COOLER OUTLET HOSE (w/ Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler)

NOTICE:

When disconnecting the hoses from the tube, support the tube by hand and be careful to prevent the tube from being deformed.

HINT:

Use a container to catch any ATF.

(a) Slide the 2 clips and disconnect the No. 6 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 6 oil cooler outlet hose from the No.1 oil cooler tube sub-assembly.

(b) Slide the 2 clips and remove the No. 6 oil cooler inlet hose and No. 6 oil cooler outlet hose from the oil cooler assembly.

14. REMOVE NO. 1 OIL COOLER TUBE SUB-ASSEMBLY (w/ Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler)

(a) Remove the bolt and No.1 oil cooler tube sub-assembly from the oil cooler bracket.

15. REMOVE OIL COOLER ASSEMBLY (w/ Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler)

(a) Remove the 3 bolts and oil cooler assembly from the vehicle body.

(b) Remove the 2 bolts and 2 oil cooler brackets from the oil cooler assembly.

Components
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Installation
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 1. INSTALL OIL COOLER ASSEMBLY (w/ Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler) (a) Install the 2 oil cooler brackets to the oil cooler assembly with the 2 bolts. Torque: 5.5 N·m ...

Other materials:

Diagnostic Trouble Code Chart
DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE CHART Pre-collision System DTC No. Detection Item Link C1A02 Vehicle Information Not Obtained C1A10 Front Radar Sensor C1A11 Front ...

Terminals Of Ecu
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Open in ABS Solenoid Relay Circuit (C146E,C146F)
DESCRIPTION The ABS solenoid relay is built into the master cylinder solenoid. This relay supplies power to each ABS solenoid. After the ignition switch is turned ON, if the initial check is OK, the relay turns on. DTC No. DTC Detecting Conditions Trouble Areas ...

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