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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Adjustment

1. VEHICLE PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING ADJUSTMENT

  1.  Prepare the vehicle:

2. PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING (Using a tester)

  1.  Prepare the vehicle for headlight aim check.
  2.  Adjust in accordance with headlight tester instructions.

3. PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING (Using a screen)

 PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING

  1.  Prepare the vehicle according to the following conditions:

NOTICE: A distance of 7.62 m (25 ft) between the vehicle (headlight bulb center) and the wall is necessary for proper aim adjustment. If unavailable, secure a distance of exactly 3 m (9.84 ft) for check and adjustment. (The target zone will change with the distance so follow the instructions in the illustration.)

  1.  Prepare a piece of thick white paper (approximately 2 m (6.6 ft) (height) x 4 m (13.1 ft) (width)) to use as a screen.
  2.  Draw a vertical line down the center of screen (V line).
  3. Set the screen as shown in the illustration.

PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING

HINT:

  1.  Draw base lines (H line, V LH, V RH lines) on the screen as shown in the illustration.

PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING

HINT:

  1.  H Line (Headlight height): Draw a horizontal line across the screen so that it passes through the center marks. The H line should be at the same height as the headlight bulb center marks of the low-beam headlights.
  2.  V LH Line, V RH Line (Center mark position of left- hand (LH) and right-hand (RH) headlights): Draw two vertical lines so that they intersect the H line at each center mark (aligned with the center of the low-beam headlight bulbs).

4. HEADLIGHT AIMING INSPECTION

  1.  Cover or disconnect the connector of the headlight on the opposite side to prevent light from the headlight not being inspected from affecting headlight aiming inspection.

NOTICE: Do not keep the headlight covered for more than 3 minutes. The headlight lens is made of synthetic resin, and may easily melt or be damaged due to heat.

HINT: When checking the aim of the high-beam, cover the low-beam or disconnect the connector.

  1.  Start the engine.

NOTICE: Engine rpm must be 1,500 or more.

  1. With headlight leveling switch:
  1. Set the headlight leveling switch to 0 (zero).
  1. Turn on the headlight and make sure that the cutoff line falls within the specified area, as shown in the illustration.

HEADLIGHT AIMING INSPECTION

HINT:

5. HEADLIGHT AIMING ADJUSTMENT

 HEADLIGHT AIMING ADJUSTMENT

  1.  Adjust the aim vertically: Adjust the headlight aim into the specified range by turning aiming screw A with a screwdriver.

NOTICE: The final turn of the aiming screw should be made in the clockwise direction. If the screw is tightened excessively, loosen it and then retighten it, so that the final turn of the screw is in the clockwise direction.

HINT:

Disassembly
1. REMOVE NO. 1 HEADLIGHT BULB (HALOGEN HEADLIGHT)  Turn in the direction indicated by the arrow and remove the No. 1 headlight bulb. 2. REMOVE DISCHARGE HEADLIGHT BULB (DISCHARGE HE ...

Reassembly
1. INSTALL LIGHT CONTROL ECU (DISCHARGE HEADLIGHT)  Install a new headlight leveling motor base packing.  Install the headlight leveling motor assembly as shown in the illustrati ...

Other materials:

Passenger Side Outer Mirror ECU
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Voice Guidance does not Function
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Sound setting
Display the “Phone/Message Settings” screen. Select “Sound Settings” on the “Phone/Message Settings” screen. Set the desired ringtone. Adjust the ringtone volume. Adjust the message readout volume. Set the desired incoming SMS/MMS tone. Adjust the incoming SMS ...

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