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Toyota 4Runner: Replacement

REPLACEMENT

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

NOTICE:

  • As brake fluid may overflow, do not leave the brake fluid can in the reservoir filler opening when adding brake fluid.
  • Do not allow brake fluid to come into contact with any painted surface. If contact occurs, wash off the fluid immediately.
  • Perform brake fluid replacement while adding fluid to maintain the fluid level between the MIN and MAX lines of the reservoir.
  • If bleeding is performed with the engine running or the ignition switch ON, DTC C1441 will be stored. Make sure to clear the DTCs when work is complete (for VSC).

PROCEDURE

1. REPLACEMENT BRAKE FLUID

(a) Remove the master cylinder reservoir filler cap assembly.

(b) Add brake fluid until the fluid level is between the MIN and MAX lines of the reservoir.

(c) Loosen the bleeder plug of the front disc brake cylinder RH.

(d) Repeatedly depress the brake pedal and bleed the air from the bleeder plug of the front disc brake cylinder RH.

NOTICE:

Add fluid as necessary so that the fluid in the reservoir does not decrease below the MIN level.

(e) After air is completely bled out, tighten the bleeder plug while depressing the brake pedal.

Torque:

11 N·m {110 kgf·cm, 8 ft·lbf}

(f) Bleed the air from the bleeder plug of the front disc brake cylinder LH using the same procedure as for the RH side.

(g) Loosen the bleeder plug of the rear disc brake cylinder RH.

(h) Repeatedly depress the brake pedal and bleed the air from the bleeder plug of the rear disc brake cylinder RH.

NOTICE:

Add fluid as necessary so that the fluid in the reservoir does not decrease below the MIN level.

(i) After air is completely bled out, tighten the bleeder plug while depressing the brake pedal.

Torque:

11 N·m {110 kgf·cm, 8 ft·lbf}

(j) Bleed the air from the bleeder plug of the rear disc brake cylinder LH using the same procedure as for the RH side.

(k) Inspect for brake fluid leaks.

(l) Inspect brake fluid level in reservoir (See page ).


(m) Check and clear the DTCs (See page for VSC).


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