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Topic: TOYOTA FunCARGO (1999-2007) (diesel)-Guide to repair and maintenance.

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    TOYOTA FunCARGO (1999-2007) (diesel)-Guide to repair and maintenance.




    TOYOTA FunCARGO 1999-2007 (petrol)-repair, maintenance and operation of the vehicle.
    Manual repair manual Toyota FunCargo, and operation and maintenance of the vehicle Toyota FunCargo 1999-2007 biennium. release equipped gasoline engines 2NZ-FE, 1NZ-FE working capacity of 1.3 and 1.5 l.
    Manual detailed information on repair and adjustment of control system components gasoline engines, variable valve timing (VVT-i), describes how to use the self-diagnostic system automatic transmission and ABS and recommendations for adjustment and repair of automatic transmissions, brake components (including ABS), steering and suspension.
    The manual lists possible problems Toyota FunKargo, methods of their elimination, the corresponding dimensions of basic parts and their allowable wear, recommended lubricants and fluids.
    In some sections of the publication includes recommendations for maintenance and electrical circuit (wiring) of the car.
    The book is intended for owners of Toyota FanKargo, mechanics, service stations and car service workers.


    Contents:

    Abbreviations and symbols 3
    Identification of 3
    The engine number and the identification label 3
    Deciphering the code model 3
    Specifications engine 3
    General repair manual 4
    Point of installation garage Jack and lift 4 paws
    Instruction manual 5
    Lock the doors 5
    Odometer and odometer 6
    Tachometer 6
    Fuel quantity indicator 6
    Watches 6
    Windows 9
    Traffic lights in the car 9
    Headlight range adjustment system 10
    Hood and trunk lid (rear door) 10
    Hatch fuel filler neck 10
    Control windshield wiper and washer 10
    Adjusting the steering wheel 11
    Office of the mirrors 11
    Seats 11
    Seat belts 12
    Precautions when operating a car, equipped with SRS 13
    Office of heater and air conditioning 14
    Rear glass 14
    Replacing the cabin filter 15
    Sockets for connecting additional devices 15
    Cassette-the main points of operation 15
    Radio 15
    Cassette player 15
    CD player 15
    Unit 15
    Radio 16
    Cassette player 16
    CD player (CD-changer) 16
    Anti-lock braking system (ABS) 17
    Brake assist (BA) 17
    Traction control (TRC) 17
    Vehicle stability control (VSC) 17
    Driving a car with automatic transmission 17
    Tips for driving in different conditions 18
    Features of transmission 4WD models 18
    Towing 19
    Engine start 19
    Engine trouble while driving 20
    Spare wheel, Jack and tools 21
    Car jacking 21
    Replacement wheels 21
    Replace the "dokatku 22
    Recommendations for choosing a tire 23
    Checking tire pressure and condition 23
    Replacement tires 23
    Operation features aluminum disks 24
    Replacing the drive wheels 24
    Wear indicators on brake pads 24
    Catalytic converter and exhaust system 24
    Checking and replacing fuses 24
    Replacement lamp 25
    Maintenance and general procedures for checking and adjusting 26
    Service intervals 26
    Engine oil and filter 26
    Checking and replacing the coolant 27
    Checking and cleaning the air filter 28
    Check the battery status 28
    Check drive belts mounted units 28
    Check the spark plugs 29
    Checking ignition timing 29
    Checking idling speed 29
    Checking the pressure end of compression stroke 29
    Checking the oil level in gearbox rear axle 29
    Check the level and condition of the working fluid in the automatic transmission 29
    Replace automatic transmission fluid in 30
    Automatic filter replacement 30
    Check and refill the transfer case oil 30
    Check fluid level Gur 31
    Engines 1NZ-FE (1.5) and 2NZ-FE (1.3). The mechanical part 32
    Check and adjust valve clearances in 32
    Engine 33
    Timing chain 35
    The head of the cylinder block 39
    The cylinder block 42
    System WT-(i) 45
    45 description
    Checking the system WT 47
    Removal of 47
    Set 47
    Check valve WT 47
    The engine-general repair procedures 48
    Cylinder head 48
    The cylinder block 52
    Cooling system 59
    Coolant testing 59
    Replacing the coolant 59
    Coolant pump 59
    Thermostat 59
    Radiator 60
    Electric cooling fan 60
    Check the vehicle 60
    Check cooling fan relay or relay number 1 fan cooling system ("FAN № 1") 60
    Check motor electric fan 60
    61 lubrication system
    Engine oil and filter 61
    Check oil pressure 61
    Oil pump 61
    Fuel injection (EFI) 63
    63 description
    Fuel system 63
    Air supply system 63
    Electronic control system 63
    63 safety precautions
    Precautions for maintenance of electrical equipment 63
    Precautions in the presence of a car mobile radio communication systems 63
    Precautions when working with a system of air supply 64
    Precautions when working with electronic control system 64
    Precautions when working with fuel system 64
    The system of diagnosing 65
    65 description
    Indicator "CHECK ENGINE" ("check engine") 66
    The output of diagnostic codes (mode normal self) 66
    Erasing a diagnostic code 66
    Diagnostic trouble codes the engine management system 67
    Check the signals on the findings of the electronic control unit 68
    Verification of components of the injection system with oscilloscope 70
    Fuel system 72
    Fuel tank 72
    Fuel pump 74
    Jets 76
    Air supply system 77
    Throttle body 77
    The valve control system speed idling 77
    An electronic management system 78
    The main relay fuel injection system and fuel pump relay 78
    Coolant temperature sensor 78
    Knock sensor 78
    Valve VVT system 78
    Fuel vapor recovery system (EVAP) 78
    System off the fuel supply to the modes of forced idling 79
    Oxygen sensor 79
    Ignition system DIS-4 79
    Starting System 80
    Starter 80
    Starter relay 84
    The charging system 85
    Precautions 85
    Checks on the car 85
    Generator 85
    Automatic gear box 89
    General information 89
    Preliminary checks 90
    Check and adjust the traction control automatic transmission 90
    Check and adjust the switch ban starting 90
    Auto Diagnostics 90
    The system self-test 90
    General information 90
    Fault codes 90
    Reset fault codes 90
    Check gear 91
    Verification of components of the electric control system 91
    The mechanical systems of CPR 95
    Test on a fully braked vehicle (stall test) 95
    Check-in time enable the transfer of 95
    Hydraulic test 95
    Road test 96
    System Selector lock and the ignition key 96
    Selector lock check 96
    Ignition key lock check 96
    Check and adjust the cable lock selector 96
    Replacement seals driveshafts 98
    Replacement seals the output shaft of the gearbox (U340F) 98
    Replacing the seal propeller shaft (U340F) 99
    Switch ban starting 99
    Valve block 99
    Transmission Assembly 100
    Checking the torque converter 101
    PTO gear 101
    Driveshaft 102
    Front driveshaft 102
    Intermediate driveshaft 102
    Rear driveshaft 104
    Gearbox rear axle 105
    Removing and replacing the gear Unit 105
    Check flange runout 105
    Replace front oil seal 105
    Drive shafts 108
    The front drive shafts 108
    Rear axle shaft (4WD) 112
    Suspension 114
    Preliminary checks 114
    Replacing the tires 114
    Inspection and alignment of the front wheels 114
    Check and adjust the angles of rear wheels 116
    Front suspension 116
    Front suspension strut 116
    Hub front axle 118
    Lower arm front suspension 119
    Sway bar front suspension 120
    Rear suspension 122
    Shock absorber and spring rear suspension 122
    Beam rear suspension 124
    Lower reactive thrust (4WD) 125
    Hub rear axle (2WD) 126
    Axle shaft with Hub Assembly (4WD) 127
    Steering 129
    Preliminary checks 129
    Checking the efforts of the steering wheel 129
    Checking the working fluid pressure 129
    Check wheel play 130
    Check fluid level 130
    Bleeding power steering system 130
    Check tightness of steering 130
    The power steering pump 130
    Steering gear 131
    Steering column 135
    Brake system 137
    Bleeding the brake system 137
    Check and adjust the brake pedal 137
    Check and adjust the brake pedal 137
    Check lining thickness of brake pads 138
    Brake master cylinder 138
    Vacuum brake booster 139
    Front brakes: 140
    141 rear drum brakes
    142 parking brake
    Antilock braking system (ABS) and brake assist {WA) 144
    Check the ABS 144
    Reset fault codes 144
    Diagnostic sensors speed and deceleration sensor and pressure sensor in the brake master cylinder 147
    Check indicator ABS 147
    Check the status of the parking braking system and low brake fluid level 147
    Brake light switch 147
    Speed sensor front wheel 148
    Speed sensor rear wheel (2WD models) 149
    Speed sensor rear wheel (model 4WD) 149
    Deceleration sensor (model 4WD) 150
    Hydraulic unit 150
    Systems to improve drivability (ABS, TRC, VSC, and VA) 151
    Description 151
    Testing of improved drivability 151
    Reset fault codes 152
    Reset and install the zero point of the deceleration sensor and lateral movement sensor 154
    To reset the zero point 154
    Setting the zero point 154
    Diagnostic sensors speed sensor deceleration sensor, lateral displacement and pressure sensor in the brake master cylinder 154
    Check the signals on the pins of the connector the ABS electronic control unit 155
    Wheel speed sensors 155
    Check relay 156
    Check the switch TRC 156
    Check the buzzer 156
    Hydraulic unit 156
    156 lateral movement sensor
    156 steering wheel position sensor
    A 159
    Removing and installing the holders (cannon) 159
    Removing and replacing the front bumper 159
    Removing and replacing the front bumper moldings 159
    Removing and installing rear bumper 159
    Rear door spoiler 160
    Adjusting the hood 160
    The front door of 161
    Rear side door 163
    Rear door 165
    Removing and installing trim 165
    Windshield 168
    Rear side window 169
    Glass back door 170
    Luke (models with Luke) 171
    Windscreen wipers 171
    Instrument panel 173
    Air conditioning, heating and ventilation of 177
    Safety measures when working with refrigerant 177
    Evacuation, charging and verification system 177
    Check refrigerant 180
    Control Panel, air conditioning and heater 181
    Unit air conditioner 182
    Air conditioning control unit 185
    Air conditioning compressor and magnetic clutch 185
    Capacitor 186
    Check electrical components 187
    The control unit air conditioner (except models for cold climates) 187
    The control unit air conditioner (model for cold climates) 187
    The set of switches control panel, air conditioning and heater (models with automatic air conditioning) 187
    The set of switches control panel, air conditioning and heater (air conditioner with mechanical control) 187
    Check the switch, air conditioner and heater (model year 2002) 190
    Heater fan 190
    Damper mixing of air flows 190
    Damper air flow direction 191
    Damper air intake 191
    Resistor heater fan (air conditioner with mechanical control) 191
    Switch the heater (model for cold climates) 191
    191 magnetic clutch
    Temperature sensor for the evaporator 192
    Sunlight sensor 192
    Pressure switch 192
    Heater fan resistor
    (air conditioning with automatic control) 192
    Ambient air temperature sensor and temperature sensor before the evaporator (air conditioning with automatic control) 193
    Relays electromagnetic clutch 193
    Heater fan motor relay 193
    Security system (SRS) 194
    Precautions for maintenance and repair works of 194
    Connectors 194
    Diagnosis of 194
    Body electrical 199
    General information 199
    Relays and fuses 200
    Combination unit 207
    Lights and lighting 213
    Wiper and washer 218
    Electric Windows 220
    Rear glass 223
    Central locking 224
    Remote control central locking system 226
    System warning on abandoned key in the ignition 229
    Power mirrors 229
    Ignition lock 231
    Power moonroof 232
    Audio system 233
    System MultiVision 237
    System rear view 243
    Connectors for connecting additional equipment 248
    Electrical circuit (wiring) 250
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    ISBN 5-88850-316-9
    Of pages: 312










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