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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Removal

1. REMOVE REAR WHEEL

2. REMOVE SKID CONTROL SENSOR WIRE (for 2WD)

(a) Disconnect the skid control sensor connector.

(b) Remove the bolt and disconnect the bracket from the rear axle beam assembly.

REMOVE SKID CONTROL SENSOR WIRE (for 2WD)

HINT: Separate the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side.

3. SEPARATE SPEED SENSOR REAR LH (for 4WD)

SEPARATE SPEED SENSOR REAR LH (for 4WD)

(a) Remove the bolt and speed sensor rear LH.

4. SEPARATE SPEED SENSOR REAR RH (for 4WD)

HINT: Separate the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side.

5. REMOVE EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY TAIL

HINT:

6. REMOVE PROPELLER W/CENTER BEARING SHAFT ASSEMBLY (for 4WD)

HINT: (See page PR-2)

7. SEPARATE REAR DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH (for 4WD)

SEPARATE REAR DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY LH (for 4WD)

(a) Place matchmarks on the rear drive shaft assembly LH and differential flange.

(b) Remove the 4 nuts and 4 washers, separate rear drive shaft assembly LH.

8. SEPARATE REAR DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY RH (for 4WD)

HINT: Separate the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side.

9. REMOVE DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER ASSEMBLY REAR (for 4WD)

HINT: (See page DF-8)

10. SEPARATE PARKING BRAKE CABLE ASSEMBLY NO.3

SEPARATE PARKING BRAKE CABLE ASSEMBLY NO.3

(a) Remove the 2 bolts and parking brake cable assembly No.3.

11. SEPARATE PARKING BRAKE CABLE ASSEMBLY NO.2

HINT: Separate the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side.

12. SEPARATE REAR BRAKE TUBE NO.2

SEPARATE REAR BRAKE TUBE NO.2

(a) Using SST, separate the brake tube from the flexible hose. Catch the brake fluid with a container as it drains out.

SST 09023-00101

SEPARATE REAR BRAKE TUBE NO.2

(b) Remove the clip, and separate the flexible hose.

 SEPARATE REAR BRAKE TUBE NO.2

(c) Remove the bolt and separate the brake tube from rear axle beam assembly.

13. SEPARATE REAR BRAKE TUBE NO.1

SST 09023-00101

HINT: Separate the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side.

14. REMOVE FUEL TANK FILLER HOSE COVER

(a) Remove the 2 bolts, 3 screws, 3 nuts and fuel tank filler pipe protector.

(b) Remove the 3 bolts and fuel tank filler hose cover.

15. REMOVE REAR FLOOR NO.2 CROSSMEMBER BRACE LH

(a) Remove the 2 bolts and floor No.2 crossmember brace.

16. REMOVE REAR FLOOR NO.2 CROSSMEMBER BRACE RH

HINT: Remove the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side.

17. LOOSEN REAR AXLE BEAM ASSEMBLY

LOOSEN REAR AXLE BEAM ASSEMBLY

(a) Refer to hint below.

HINT: Loosen the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side.

NOTICE:

18. SEPARATE SHOCK ABSORBER ASSEMBLY REAR LH

SEPARATE SHOCK ABSORBER ASSEMBLY REAR LH

(a) Support the rear axle beam assembly with a jack.

(b) Remove the bolt and separate the shock absorber assembly rear LH.

19. SEPARATE SHOCK ABSORBER ASSEMBLY REAR RH

 SEPARATE SHOCK ABSORBER ASSEMBLY REAR RH

HINT: Separate the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side.

20. REMOVE COIL SPRING REAR LH

REMOVE COIL SPRING REAR LH

(a) Apply a shop rug between the coil spring rear LH and rear axle beam assembly.

REMOVE COIL SPRING REAR LH

(b) Apply a shop rug between the coil spring rear RH and rear axle beam assembly.

(c) Remove the coil spring LH by slowly lowering the jack.

21. REMOVE REAR COIL SPRING INSULATOR UPPER LH

REMOVE REAR COIL SPRING INSULATOR UPPER LH

(a) Remove the rear coil spring insulator upper LH from the coil spring rear LH.

Rear coil spring
COMPONENTS ...

Installation
1. INSTALL REAR COIL SPRING INSULATOR UPPER LH (a) Install the insulator upper LH to the coil spring rear LH. 2. INSTALL COIL SPRING REAR LH (a) Apply a shop rug to the rear axle beam asse ...

Other materials:

Inspection
1. V (a) Inspect VSV operation. (1) Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.V Standard resistance If the result is not as specified, replace the vsv. (B) inspect the vsv for ground. (1) Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance accordin ...

Installation
1. INSTALL STEERING PAD  Support the steering pad with one hand as shown in the illustration.  Connect the 2 connectors to the steering pad. NOTICE: When handling the airbag connector, take care not to damage the airbag wire harness.  Connect the horn connector. ...

Oxygen Sensor Heater Control Circuit
HINT: Sensor 2 refers to the sensor mounted behind the Three-Way Catalytic Converter (TWC) and located furthest from the engine assembly. DESCRIPTION Refer to DTC P0136 (See page ES-160). HINT: When any of these DTCs are set, the ECM enters fail-safe mode. The ECM turns off the Heated ...

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