TOYOTA TACOMA 2005 BED EXTENDER Procedure

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 24-10-2011

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Install Mounting Brackets. (a) Follow the Installation Procedures and be careful not to scratch the vehicle. (b) During installation, always wear safety glasses. (c) Bracket installation. (1) Carefully remove the lamp assemblies (Fig. 1-1). (2) Remove the Toyota ’05 Tacoma “D” pillar drilling templates from the bracket kit. Fold or cut on the dashed lines as described on the template. (3) Align the right side template to the right side “D” pillars as described on the template (Fig. 1-2). (4) Using the center punch, carefully mark the center of the three mounting holes thru the template onto the sheet meta

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ALL MODELS SEAT BELT EXTENDER 1983 TO 1993 MODEL YEARS

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 22-10-2011

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A special program is available for individuals who require extra length seat belts. Owners of 1983 through 1993 vehicles can now obtain seat belt extenders at no cost through their local Toyota dealer. (On vehicles prior to 1983 – contact TMS-CR for availability.) The extender is available in one color only and in lengths of 6″, 9″, 12″, 15″ and 18″. Owners are informed of the seat belt extender availability through the Toyota Owner’s Manual included in each
1987 or later vehicle (see page 9 for text of Owners Manual). The owner must visit a Toyota Dealership to have the required measurements made and complete the application form. The completed application form will be forwarded to the TMC Customer Relations Department for processing (additional application forms are available at no cost by ordering the following part number through the TDN-Non Parts system, (P/N 00403-00001-3M) QTY 1 = 5 forms. To ensure timely delivery of the extender to the owner, the application must be filled out completely and signed by the applicant

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1990 TOYOTA PAINT CODES AND REFINISH FORMULA CODES

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 20-10-2011

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Attached for your reference is a listing of all 1990 paint codes and refinish paint codes for five refinish paint manufacturers – BASF, DuPont, PPG Industries, Sherwin Williams and Sikkens. Please Note: All colors listed in bold are new for 1990. Colors listed as Pearl or Metallic (M) have a clearcoat top coat finish. Colors 042 (Pearl White), 049 (Pearl White) and 051 (Diamond White Pearl) are tricoats (three stage paints), consisting of a base color coat, pearl (mica) coat and a clearcoat. Sikkens paint formulas are not separately listed in this bulletin since their paint codes simply add the characters “TOY” to our color codes in their literature. For example: Toyota color code 8D8 (Light Blue Metallic) is identified by Sikkens as “TOY 8D8.” PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL PAINT REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE ACTUAL PAINT MIXING FORMULAS OR FOR ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR COLOR MATCHING

TOYOTA Tacoma 2005 – STAINLESS STEEL EXHAUST TIP Procedure

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 18-10-2011

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Safety (eye protection, rechecking torque procedure, etc.).  Vehicle Disassembly/Reassembly (panel removal, part storage, etc.).  Electrical Component Disassembly/Reassembly (battery disconnection, connector removal, etc.). Please see your Toyota dealer for a copy of this document. 1. Installation. (a) Make sure the vehicle’s tail pipe is free from dirt and debris. (b) Remove exhaust tip from box and set on a soft surface to prevent scratching. (c) Slide the Stainless Steel clamp over the vehicle tailpipe as shown. (Fig 1-1 & 1-2) (1) Locate the bolt of the clamp on the right side (3:00 Position) with the nut on the top as shown. (Fig 1-1) (2) Continue sliding up out of the way so it won’t interfere when you install the exhaust tip and aluminum bushing. (Fig. 1-2) (d) Slide the exhaust tip over the tail pipe with the bump facing toward the rear of the vehicle as shown. (Fig 1-3) (1) If necessary, a rubber mallet may be used to aid installation

TOYOTA E ECU / COLD START INJECTOR TIME SWITCH MODIFICATION

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 17-10-2011

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Before replacing an ECU or a cold start injector time switch, perform a thorough inspection to verify that all engine mechanical, fuel and electrical/electronic systems are to recommended specifications. PARTS RETURN INFORMATION: The replacement ECU’s are remanufactured by Nippondenso-Los Angeles (NDLA). In order to maintain cores for rebuilt units, the original ECU must be sent to NDLA as soon as it has been replaced.

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TOYOTA ALL MODELS BATTERY MAINTENANCE FOR IN-STOCK VEHICLES

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 16-10-2011

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A battery in a stored vehicle is subject to conditions which can reduce its performance and life. These conditions include storage period, temperature, parasitic drain, and battery load. Because of these factors, battery inspection and maintenance are recommended in order to ensure proper operation and optimal battery life. As a matter of policy, Toyota does not provide battery warranty coverage for excessively discharged and/or failed batteries due to
lack of maintenance. It is considered the dealers responsibility to maintain the specified state of charge of the vehicle’s battery while in stock. BATTERY MAINTENANCE RECOMMENDATIONS: 1. A monthly battery inspection is recommended under normal conditions. If your dealership is located in an area subject to extreme temperatures (hot or cold), periodic maintenance may need to be performed on a more frequent basis. When maintenance requires removal of filler plugs on vehicles with “maintenance free” batteries, new labels are available via the following part numbers:

TOYOTA ALL MODELS AM STATIC NOISE ON VEHICLES WITH POWER ANTENNAS

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 16-10-2011

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Vehicles with power antennas may exhibit audible electrical noise on weak AM stations when various electrical accessories (turn signals, rear defogger, cruise control, brakes, etc.) are operated. Poor antenna grounding can cause this condition. To eliminate or reduce the intensity of the noise, use the following repair procedure: AM STATIC NOISE ON VEHICLES WITH POWER ANTENNAS Page 1 of 2 OCTOBER 25, 1996 AUDIO AU002-96 ALL MODELS REPAIR PROCEDURE: 1. Tune the radio to a strong, static-free AM station and slowly move the tip of the antenna
mast forward and back approximately 2 inches (Fig. 1). If static noise is not heard, go to Step 2. If static noise is heard during antenna movement, replace the antenna mast and go to Step 3. NOTE: Do not touch the antenna mast with your bare hands. Use a glove or nonmetallic object to move the antenna. (If you touch the antenna with your hands, you will change the antenna sensitivity). 2. Remove the antenna mast and inspect the base of the mast for corrosion and damage (Fig. 2). Clean with 1500 grit sandpaper. 3. Remove the antenna assembly and inspect the inner fender around the antenna hole for corrosion (Fig. 3). Clean with 1500 grit sandpaper.

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2006 Applicable Toyota AND Scion POWER SYSTEM INITIALIZATION DURING PDS

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 15-10-2011

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following is a list of the vehicle systems (Power Window, Sliding Roof, Tire Pressure Warning System, etc.) that need initialization during Pre-Delivery Service (PDS) and the TSB numbers containing details on initializing each specific system. NOTE: Items in RED also need to be initialized any time the battery has been disconnectedf

TOYOTA AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SHIFT LOCK OVERRIDE BUTTON

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 14-10-2011

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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SHIFT LOCK OVERRIDE BUTTON 2/3 ORB COVER STORAGE: The ORB is placed in a plastic envelope with a caution label and the envelope is taped to the automatic transmission shift lever as shown below: INSTALLATION OF ORB COVER: Install the ORB cover with the index facing toward the rear of the vehicle. PRODUCTION EFFECTIVE: MODEL PRODUCTION EFFECTIVE CAMRY FROM ’93 M/Y (AUGUST, 1992) COROLLA FROM ’93 M/Y (JUNE, 1992) TERCEL, PASEO FROM ’93 M/Y (AUGUST, 1992) CELICA FROM ’93 M/Y (AUGUST, 1992) LAND CRUISER FROM ’93 M/Y (AUGUST, 1992) TMM CAMRY FROM ’93 M/Y (AUGUST, 1992) TMMC COROLLA FROM ’93 M/Y (SEPTEMBER, 1992) NUMMI COROLLA FROM ’93 M/Y (AUGUST, 1992

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TOYOTA DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT DISABLING PROCEDURE

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 14-10-2011

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Some customers may request to have the Daytime Running Lights (DRL) on their Toyota vehicle disabled. These customers may live or work in military bases or in communities that have light-sensitive gates or guardhouses. This bulletin provides instructions for disabling the feature on the Toyota vehicles listed below. If the Daytime Running Lights (DRL) have been previously disabled, the information in this bulletin can be used to enable the feature at the request of the customer. IMPORTANT: Please be sure the customer is informed that when the Daytime Running Lights (DRL) are being disabled, although it is not required by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards for safety compliance, it has been listed as a safety feature in advertising brochures. In addition, on models equipped with the Twilight Sentinel feature, the headlights will be defaulted to a manual system and will no longer function automatically

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