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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Inspection

1. INSPECT SPIDER BEARING

INSPECT SPIDER BEARING

(a) Check that the spider bearing moves smoothly by turning the flange.

(b) Check for the looseness around the joint by strongly moving the flange in the axial and radial directions.

HINT: If necessary, replace the shaft.

2. INSPECT INTERMEDIATE SHAFT

(a) Using a dial gauge, check for the swing of the intermediate shaft.

INSPECT INTERMEDIATE SHAFT

Maximum swing: 0.8 mm (0.031 in.)

NOTICE: The dial gauge must be set at right angles to the center of the intermediate shaft.

HINT: If shaft swing exceeds the maximum, replace the shaft.

 INSPECT INTERMEDIATE SHAFT

(b) Using a dial gauge, check for the runout of the front side of the intermediate shaft flange.

Maximum runout: 0.1 mm (0.004 in.)

NOTICE: Ensure that the dial gauge is set at right angles to the measurement surface.

INSPECT INTERMEDIATE SHAFT

(c) Set a dial gauge outside the bolt hole on the rear side flange of the intermediate shaft, and check for runout in the horizontal direction.

Maximum runout: 0.1 mm (0.004 in.)

NOTICE: Ensure that the dial gauge is set at right angles to the measurement surface.

 INSPECT INTERMEDIATE SHAFT

(d) Set a dial gauge to the circumference of the intermediate shaft flange, and check for runout in the vertical direction.

Maximum runout: 0.1 mm (0.004 in.)

NOTICE: Ensure that the dial gauge is set at right angles to the measurement surface.

HINT: If the intermediate shaft flange runout exceeds the maximum, replace the intermediate shaft.

3. INSPECT PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY

 INSPECT PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY

(a) Using a dial gauge, check for the swing of the propeller shaft assembly.

Maximum swing: 0.8 mm (0.031 in.)

HINT: If shaft swing exceeds the maximum, replace the propeller shaft assembly.

NOTICE: The dial gauge must be set at right angles to the center of the propeller shaft.

4. INSPECT CENTER SUPPORT BEARING ASSEMBLY NO.1

INSPECT CENTER SUPPORT BEARING ASSEMBLY NO.1

(a) Turn the bearing by hand with applying force in the direction of rotating. Check that the bearing turns smoothly.

(b) Check that the seals and bracket are not cracked or damaged.

HINT: If the bearing is damaged, worn, or does not turn smoothly, replace it.

5. INSPECT CENTER SUPPORT BEARING ASSEMBLY NO.1

(a) Inspect the center support bearing assembly No. 1 (rear) following the same procedures as for the center support bearing assembly No. 1 (front).

6. INSPECT PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY REAR

 INSPECT PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY REAR

(a) Using a dial gauge, check for the runout of the rear propeller shaft assembly rear.

Maximum runout: 0.8 mm (0.031 in.)

HINT: If the shaft runout exceeds the maximum, replace the rear propeller shaft assembly rear.

NOTICE: The dial gauge must be set at right angles to the center of the propeller shaft.

Disassembly
1. REMOVE PROPELLER SHAFT ASSEMBLY (a) Put matchmarks on both the flanges. (b) Remove the 4 nuts, bolts and washers. 2. REMOVE INTERMEDIATE SHAFT (a) Put matchmarks on the propeller shaf ...

Reassembly
1. INSTALL CENTER SUPPORT BEARING ASSEMBLY NO.1 (a) Set the center support bearing assembly No. 1 (front) to the intermediate shaft, as shown in the illustration. (b) Install a new washer to ...

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Installation
1. INSTALL HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY  Connect the connectors.  Install the headlight assembly with the bolt and 3 screws. 2. INSTALL FRONT BUMPER ASSEMBLY 3. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL 4. VEHICLE PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING 5. PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMI ...

Disassembly
1. HOLD VANE PUMP ASSEMBLY (a) Using SST, hold the vane pump assembly in a vise. SST 09630-00014 (09631-00132) 2. REMOVE POWER STEERING SUCTION PORT UNION (a) Remove the bolt and the power steering suction port union from the vane pump front housing. (b) Using a screwdriver, remove ...

Pressure Control Solenoid "A" Electrical (Shift Solenoid Valve SL1)
DESCRIPTION Shifting from 1st to 5th is performed in combination with "ON" and "OFF" operation of the shift solenoid valves SL1, SL2, SL3, S4 and SR which are controlled by the ECM. If an open or short circuit occurs in either of the shift solenoid valves, the ECM cont ...

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