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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Removal

1. REMOVE ENGINE ASSEMBLY WITH TRANSAXLE

HINT: See page EM-26

2. REMOVE OIL LEVEL GAUGE GUIDE SUBASSEMBLY (See page EM-39) 3. REMOVE NO. 1 OIL PIPE (See page EM-77) 4. REMOVE OIL PIPE (See page EM-77) 5. REMOVE CRANKSHAFT PULLEY (See page EM-79) 6. SEPARATE OIL COOLER PIPE

SEPARATE OIL COOLER PIPE

(a) Remove the bolt and 2 nuts, and disconnect the oil cooler pipe from the oil pan sub-assembly.

(b) Remove the gasket from the oil pan sub-assembly.

7. REMOVE WATER INLET HOUSING (See page CO-12) 8. REMOVE CYLINDER HEAD COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY (for Bank 1) (See page EM-82) 9. REMOVE CYLINDER HEAD COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY (for Bank 2) (See page EM-82) 10. REMOVE NO. 2 OIL PAN SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page EM-82) 11. REMOVE OIL STRAINER SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page EM-83) 12. REMOVE OIL PAN SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page EM- 83) 13. REMOVE TIMING CHAIN COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY

REMOVE TIMING CHAIN COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the 23 bolts and 2 nuts as shown in the illustration.

REMOVE TIMING CHAIN COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY

(b) Remove the timing chain cover by prying between the timing chain cover and cylinder head or cylinder block with a screwdriver.

NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the contact surfaces of the cylinder head, cylinder block and chain cover.

HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.

REMOVE TIMING CHAIN COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY

(c) Remove the gasket.

14. REMOVE TIMING CHAIN CASE OIL SEAL

REMOVE TIMING CHAIN CASE OIL SEAL

(a) Using a screwdriver, pry out the oil seal.

HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.

Oil pump
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Disassembly
1. REMOVE OIL PUMP RELIEF VALVE (A) using a 27 mm socket wrench, remove the relief valve plug. (B) remove the valve spring and oil pump relief valve. 2. REMOVE OIL PUMP COVER (a) Remove ...

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Air fuel ratio sensor relay
INSPECTION 1. INSPECT AIR FUEL RATIO SENSOR RELAY  Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. Standard resistance If the result is not as specified, replace the relay. ...

Active head restraints
When the occupant’s lower back presses against the seatback during a rear-end collision, the head restraint moves slightly forward and upward to help reduce the risk of whiplash on the seat occupant Active head restraints Even small forces applied to the seatback may cause the head rest ...

Command list
Some recognizable voice commands and their actions are shown below as examples. Basic Command Action “Help” Prompts voice guidance to offer examples of commands or operation methods “Go Back” Returns to the previous screen Phone ...

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