Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 21-06-2011

1) Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner case
with air intake hose. Remove cruise control actuator. Remove clutch
release cylinder with hose attached and secure aside.
2) Remove starter. Disconnect necessary ground straps,
electrical connections and control cables from transaxle. Remove upper
transaxle mounting bolts from cylinder block.
3) Raise and support vehicle. Remove front wheels. Remove
lower engine covers. Drain transaxle fluid. Remove axle shafts from
transaxle. See appropriate AXLE SHAFTS article in AXLE SHAFTS &
TRANSFER CASES section. Remove stabilizer bar mount and bushing from

CRUISADER Motorcycle Laser-Radar Detector Installation Instructions


Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 29-01-2011

Installation of Laser-Radar Antenna 7 General Information The laser-radar antenna is water resistant and designed to be mounted on a motorcycle, snowmobile, etc. Radar signals will pass through non-metallic materials such as fiberglass and plastic, however, be sure not to mount the receiver behind any metal, as it will block the receiver’s antenna. This receiver also incorporates a laser detector. In order for the laser receiver to “see”, it can not be mounted behind any object. In some installations, this is not possible. We supplied an additional laser only receiver for this instance. If the installation allows for a clear view for laser-radar receiver, the extra laser receiver can be used for rear detection. Because the optimallocation for mounting the antenna varies by vehicle type, the hardware supplied is designed to offer a wide variety of mountingoptions. Note: The “antenna” is the bubble area on the case. All references to antenna in this manual will be thebubble area. Note: Use of hardware that is not supplied or DRILLING into the case will cause damage to the receiver and void the warranty. Antenna Mounting Brackets There are 3 ways in which to mount the laser-radar antenna; dual lock fastener, reflector bracket and universal brackets (similar to old car radio ground straps). These mounting accessories can be used on their own or in combination to provide the best mounting solution for the vehicle. Do not drill into the receiver housing! The reflector bracket serves two purposes; (1) to allow vertical mounting of the antenna (see page 10 for vertical install instructions) and (2); when mounted in reverse (angled portion towards the wires.) allow the receiver to be installed on any horizontal area.