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					CH-86                             CHASSIS — SUSPENSION AND AXLE

JAXLE
 D Upper and lower ball joints and hub bearing of the front axle are used maintenance-free ball joints and
   unit-type double-row tapered bearing as same ’02 4Runner.

 D Rear axle is used a semi-floating axle as same the ’02 4Runner.
 D However, the following areas have been changed:
    Axle              Item                                            Outline
                                     • The bearing outer race, which used to be pressed into the steering
                                       knuckle, is bolted to the steering knuckle to facilitate service.
               Hub Bearing           • Along with the change in the construction of the speed sensor (for the
                                       brake control system), the speed sensor rotor is integrated in the
  Front                                bearing inner race.
                                     Change of the joint installation position (steering knuckle ! upper
               Upper Ball Joint
                                     arm)
               Lower Ball Joint      Change of the installation position (steering knuckle ! lower arm)
                                     • Axle shaft bearing is used a double angular ball bearing which offers
                                       low rolling resistance
  Rear         Axle Shaft Bearing    • Along with the change in the construction of the speed sensor (for the
                                       brake control system), the speed sensor rotor is integrated in the
                                       bearing inner race.

 " Front Axle A




        Lower Ball Joint                                 Lower Ball Joint
                                       232CH116                                              232CH114


                             2WD                                              4WD
                              CHASSIS — SUSPENSION AND AXLE                                            CH-87




               Sensor Rotor




                                                        Axle Hub



                                                                                            232CH117


                                   Speed Sensor


" Rear Axle A




                                                       Sensor Rotor
                          Speed Sensor




                                                                         Front




                                                                                          232CH124




  Service Tip
Speed Sensor Rotor Handling Precautions:
D Do not allow any iron particles, iron sand, dust, debris, or oil to come in contact with the surface
  of the speed sensor rotor.
D Do not place magnetized objects close to the surface of the speed sensor rotor.

				
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