Toyota Corolla Cross Owners & Service Manuals

Toyota Corolla Cross: Removal

REMOVAL

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

COMPONENTS (REMOVAL)

Procedure

Part Name Code

1

PRECAUTION

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2

DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE AUXILIARY BATTERY TERMINAL

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3

FRONT WHEEL

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-

-

-

4

DRAIN BRAKE FLUID

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-

*A

for HEV Model

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Procedure

Part Name Code

5

FRONT FLEXIBLE HOSE

47313J

-

-

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6

DISC BRAKE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY

47750

-

-

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7

FRONT DISC BRAKE PAD KIT

04465

-

-

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8

FRONT ANTI SQUEAL SHIM KIT

04945

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-

Non-reusable part

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-

Procedure

Part Name Code

9

FRONT DISC BRAKE FITTING KIT

04947

-

-

10

FRONT DISC BRAKE CYLINDER SLIDE PIN

47715A

-

-

-

11

FRONT DISC BRAKE CYLINDER SLIDE BUSH

47769

-

-

12

FRONT DISC BRAKE BUSHING DUST BOOT

-

-

-

-

13

FRONT DISC BRAKE CYLINDER MOUNTING

47722

-

-

-

14

FRONT DISC

43512

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-

Non-reusable part

-

-

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

NOTICE:

  • Immediately after installing the brake pads, the braking performance may be reduced. Always perform a road test in a safe place while paying attention to the surroundings.
  • After replacing the front disc brake pads, the brake pedal may feel soft due to clearance between the front disc brake pads and front disc. Depress the brake pedal several times until the brake pedal feels firm.
  • After replacing the front disc brake pads, always perform a road test to check the braking performance and check for vibrations.
  • When the brake pedal is first depressed after replacing the brake pads or pushing back the disc brake piston, DTCs may be stored. As there is no malfunction, clear the DTC. (for HEV Model)
  • While the auxiliary battery is connected, even if the ignition switch is off, the brake control system activates when the brake pedal is depressed or any door courtesy switch turns on. Therefore, when servicing the brake system components, do not operate the brake pedal or open/close the doors while the auxiliary battery is connected. (for HEV Model)
for HEV Model:

  • When the cable is disconnected/reconnected to the auxiliary battery terminal, systems temporarily stop operating. However, each system has a function that completes learning the first time the system is used.
    • Learning completes when vehicle is driven

      Effect/Inoperative Function When Necessary Procedures are not Performed

      Necessary Procedures

      Link

      Front Camera System

      Drive the vehicle straight ahead at 15 km/h (10 mph) or more for 5 second or more.

    • Learning completes when vehicle is operated normally

      Effect/Inoperative Function When Necessary Procedures are not Performed

      Necessary Procedures

      Link

      Power door lock control system

      • Back door opener

      Perform door unlock operation with door control switch or electrical key transmitter sub-assembly switch.

      Power back door system

      Fully close the back door by hand.

      HINT:

      Initialization is not necessary if the above procedures are performed while the back door is closed.

      Air conditioning system

      After the ignition switch is turned to ON, the servo motor standard position is recognized.

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  • Use the same procedure for the RH side and LH side.
  • The following procedure is for the LH side.

PROCEDURE

1. PRECAUTION (for HEV Model)

NOTICE:

After turning the ignition switch off, waiting time may be required before disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) auxiliary battery terminal.

Click here

2. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE AUXILIARY BATTERY TERMINAL (for HEV Model)

Click here

3. REMOVE FRONT WHEEL

Click here

4. DRAIN BRAKE FLUID

NOTICE:

If brake fluid leaks onto any painted surface, immediately wash it off.

5. DISCONNECT FRONT FLEXIBLE HOSE

6. REMOVE DISC BRAKE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY

7. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE PAD KIT

8. REMOVE FRONT ANTI SQUEAL SHIM KIT

Click here

9. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE FITTING KIT

NOTICE:

Each front disc brake pad support plate has a different shape. Be sure to put an identification mark on each front disc brake pad support plate so that it can be reinstalled to its original position.

10. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE CYLINDER SLIDE PIN

11. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE CYLINDER SLIDE BUSH

(1) Using a screwdriver with its tip wrapped with protective tape, remove the front disc brake cylinder slide bush from the front disc brake cylinder slide pin (lower side).

NOTICE:

Do not damage the front disc brake cylinder slide pin.

12. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE BUSHING DUST BOOT

13. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE CYLINDER MOUNTING

14. REMOVE FRONT DISC

*a

Matchmark

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(1) Put matchmarks on the front disc and the front axle hub sub-assembly.

(2) Remove the front disc.

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