Toyota Corolla Cross Owners & Service Manuals

Toyota Corolla Cross: Removal

REMOVAL

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

COMPONENTS (REMOVAL)

Procedure

Part Name Code

1

PRECAUTION

-

-

-

2

DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE AUXILIARY BATTERY TERMINAL

-

-

-

-

3

FRONT WHEEL LH

-

-

-

-

4

WINDSHIELD WIPER MOTOR AND LINK ASSEMBLY

-

-

-

-

5

NO. 1 HEATER AIR DUCT SPLASH SHIELD SEAL

55737B

-

-

-

6

WATER GUARD PLATE

55734D

-

-

-

7

OUTER COWL TOP PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY

55701J

-

-

-

8

BRAKE FLUID

-

-

-

Procedure

Part Name Code

9

ENGINE ROOM MAIN WIRE

82111

-

-

10

NO. 3 BRAKE TUBE CLAMP

47373B

-

-

11

NO. 4 BRAKE TUBE CLAMP

47374B

-

-

12

FRONT NO. 5 BRAKE TUBE

47315

-

-

Non-reusable part

-

-

Procedure

Part Name Code

13

NO. 1 INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY

55606

-

-

-

Procedure

Part Name Code

14

SEPARATE BRAKE LINE

-

-

-

15

BRAKE PEDAL RETURN SPRING

47101A

-

-

-

16

PUSH ROD PIN

47264A

-

-

-

17

BRAKE BOOSTER WITH MASTER CYLINDER ASSEMBLY

47210L

-

-

18

BRAKE BOOSTER GASKET

44785

-

-

-

Non-reusable part

-

-

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

The necessary procedures (adjustment, calibration, initialization, or registration) that must be performed after parts are removed, installed, or replaced during brake booster with master cylinder assembly removal/installation are shown below.

Necessary Procedures After Parts Removed/Installed/Replaced

Replaced Part or Performed Procedure

Necessary Procedure

Effect/Inoperative Function when Necessary Procedure not Performed

Link

*1: Even when not replacing the part, it is necessary to perform the specified necessary procedures after installation.

Electric brake booster (brake booster with master cylinder assembly)

Update ECU security key (Only necessary after replacement)

Vehicle Control History (RoB) are stored

  1. Bleed air*1
  2. Perform "Reset Memory"
  3. Perform "Calibration"
  • DTCs are stored
  • ABS warning light illuminates
  • Brake system warning light (yellow indicator) illuminates
  • Slip indicator light illuminates
  • Electronically controlled brake system disabled or malfunctions

HINT:

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 1 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.

    -

PROCEDURE

1. PRECAUTION

NOTICE:

After the ignition switch is turned off, there may be a waiting time before disconnecting the negative (-) auxiliary battery terminal.

Click here

2. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE AUXILIARY BATTERY TERMINAL

Click here

3. REMOVE FRONT WHEEL LH

Click here

4. REMOVE WINDSHIELD WIPER MOTOR AND LINK ASSEMBLY

Click here

5. REMOVE NO. 1 HEATER AIR DUCT SPLASH SHIELD SEAL

Click here

6. REMOVE WATER GUARD PLATE

Click here

7. REMOVE OUTER COWL TOP PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY

Click here

8. DRAIN BRAKE FLUID

NOTICE:

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

9. SEPARATE ENGINE ROOM MAIN WIRE

Push in this direction

Disconnect the connector in this direction

(1) Disconnect the connector (A) from the brake booster.

(2) Disengage the clamp from the brake master cylinder reservoir assembly.

(3) Disconnect the connector (B) from the brake master cylinder reservoir assembly as shown inthe illustration.

Pressing the lock

Lift the lock lever

Disconnect the connector

-

-

(1) As shown in the illustration, lift the lock lever while pressing the lock and disconnect the connector from the brake booster.

NOTICE:

Be careful not to allow any brake fluid to enter the connector.

10. REMOVE NO. 3 BRAKE TUBE CLAMP

NOTICE:

  • Do not kink or damage the brake lines.
  • Do not allow any foreign matter such as dirt or dust to enter the brake lines from the connecting parts.

11. REMOVE NO. 4 BRAKE TUBE CLAMP

NOTICE:

  • Do not kink or damage the brake lines.
  • Do not allow any foreign matter such as dirt or dust to enter the brake lines from the connecting parts.

12. SEPARATE FRONT NO. 5 BRAKE TUBE

NOTICE:

  • Do not kink or damage the brake lines.
  • Do not allow any foreign matter such as dirt or dust to enter the brake lines from the connecting parts.

Disconnect in this Direction

-

-

(1) Using a union nut wrench, disconnect the front No. 5 brake tube from the front flexible hose LH.

(2) Disconnect the front brake tube grommet from the vehicle body as shown in the illustration.

(3) Using a union nut wrench, disconnect the front No. 5 brake tube from the brake actuator assembly.

13. REMOVE NO. 1 INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY

Click here

14. SEPARATE BRAKE LINE

NOTICE:

  • Do not kink or damage the brake lines.
  • Do not allow any foreign matter such as dirt or dust to enter the brake lines from the connecting parts.

(1) Using a union nut wrench, disconnect the 2 brake lines from the brake master cylinder sub-assembly.

15. REMOVE BRAKE PEDAL RETURN SPRING

Click here

16. REMOVE PUSH ROD PIN

Click here

17. REMOVE BRAKE BOOSTER WITH MASTER CYLINDER ASSEMBLY

(1) Remove the 4 nuts and brake booster with master cylinder assembly.

NOTICE:

  • Do not kink or damage the brake lines.
  • *a

    Connectors

    *b

    Boot

    *c

    Brake Master Cylinder Push Rod Clevis

    *d

    Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir Assembly

    Do not carry the brake booster with master cylinder assembly by the parts shown in the illustration.
  • Be careful not to allow any brake fluid to enter the connector.

18. REMOVE BRAKE BOOSTER GASKET

    READ NEXT:

     Installation

    INSTALLATION CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT COMPONENTS (INSTALLATION) Procedure Part Name Code 1 BRAKE BOOSTER GASKET

     Brake Fluid (for Gasoline Model)

     Components

    COMPONENTS ILLUSTRATION *1 CENTER COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER *2 BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER RESERVOIR FILLER CAP ASSEMBLY *3 HOOD

    SEE MORE:

     USB charging port

    The USB charging port are used to supply 3.0 A of electricity at 5 V to external devices. The USB charging port are for charging only. They are not designed for data transfer or other purposes. Depending on the external device, it may not charge properly. Refer to the manual included with the dev

     Generator Control Module(EEPROM Learning Value) Calibration / Parameter Memory Failure (P062F46)

    DESCRIPTION The inverter with converter assembly monitors its internal operation and will store this DTC if it detects a malfunction of its EEPROM. DTC No. Detection Item DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area MIL Warning Indicate Note P062F46 Generator Contro

    © 2020-2024 Copyright www.tcorollacross.com