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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Installation

1. INSTALL 3 POINT TYPE NO. 2 REAR SEAT BELT ASSEMBLY

 INSTALL 3 POINT TYPE NO. 2 REAR SEAT BELT ASSEMBLY

  1.  Check the degree of tilt when the belt begins to lock the ELR.
  1. Check that the belt does not lock within 15 of tilt in all directions but that the belt locks with over 45 of tilt, when gently moving the retractor.

    If operation is not as specified, replace the 3 point type No. 2 rear seat belt assembly.

  1.  Install the 3 point type No. 2 rear seat belt assembly with the 3 bolts and 2 nuts.

    Torque: 42 N*m (430 kgf*cm, 31 ft.*lbf)

  2.  Check the ELR lock.

NOTICE: The check should be performed with the assembly installed.

  1. Check that the belt locks when pulling out the belt quickly when the belt is installed.

    If operation is not as specified, replace the 3 point type No. 2 rear seat belt assembly.

  1. Check the fastening function of the child restraint system.

NOTICE: The check should be performed with the assembly installed.

  1.  Check that the belt cannot be pulled out any more but can be rewound after the belt is fully pulled out.
  2.  Check that the belt can be pulled out and rewound after the belt is fully rewound.

    If operation is not as specified, replace the 3 point type No. 2 rear seat belt assembly.

  1. Install the roof headlining.

HINT: Refer to the instructions for installation of the roof headlining.

2. INSTALL NO. 1 REAR SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY (for 8-Passenger)

INSTALL NO. 1 REAR SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY

HINT: Refer to the instructions for reassembly of the rear No .1 seat assembly (for center seat).

  1.  Check the degree of tilt when the belt begins to lock the ELR.
  1.  Check that the belt does not lock within 15 of tilt in all directions but that the belt locks with over 45 of tilt, when gently moving the retractor.

    If operation is not as specified, replace the No.

    1 rear seat outer belt assembly.

  1. Install the No. 1 rear seat outer belt assembly with the 2 bolts and 2 nuts.

    Torque: 42 N*m (430 kgf*cm, 31 ft.*lbf)

  2.  Check the ELR lock.

NOTICE: The check should be performed with the assembly installed.

  1.  Check that the belt locks when pulling out the belt quickly when the belt is installed.

HINT: The seat belt does not lock when the pull out amount of the belt is 955 mm (37.60 in.) or less.

If operation is not as specified, replace the No.

1 rear seat outer belt assembly.

  1.  Check the fastening function of the child restraint system.

NOTICE: The check should be performed with the assembly installed.

  1.  Check that the belt cannot be pulled out any more but can be rewound after it is fully pulled out.
  2.  Check that the belt can be pulled out and rewound after the belt is fully rewound.

    If operation is not as specified, replace the No.

    1 rear seat outer belt assembly.

  1.  Install the rear seat shoulder belt cover.
  2.  Install the rear seatback board.
Removal
1. REMOVE NO. 1 REAR SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY (for 8-Passenger) HINT: Refer to the instructions for disassembly of the rear No .1 seat assembly (for center seat).  Remove the rear seatba ...

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Data list / active test
1. DATA LIST HINT: Using the DATA LIST displayed on the intelligent tester, you can read the value of the switch, sensor, actuator, etc. without parts removal. Reading the DATA LIST as the first step of troubleshooting is one way to shorten the labor time.  Connect the intelligent tes ...

Problem symptoms table
HINT:  Use the table below to help determine the cause of the problem symptom. The potential causes of the symptoms are listed in order of probability in the "Suspect Area" column of the table. Check each symptom by checking the suspected areas in the order they are listed ...

Safety information for children
Observe the following precautions when children are in the vehicle. Use a child restraint system appropriate for the child, until the child becomes large enough to properly wear the vehicle’s seat belt. It is recommended that children sit in the rear seats to avoid accidental contact ...

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