Toyota Camry

1996-2001 of release

Repair and car operation



Kamri's Toyota
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 1.2. Information before car driving
+ 1.3. Independent maintenance
+ 1.4. Technical characteristics
+ 1.5. Some councils upon car purchase
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Heating and ventilation
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. Exhaust system
+ 8. Transmission
- 9. Running gear
   - 9.1.2. Technical characteristics
      9.1.3. Stabilizer of cross-section stability of a forward suspension bracket
      9.1.4. Rack of a forward suspension bracket
      9.1.5. Rack and suspension bracket spring
      9.1.6. Suspension bracket lever
      9.1.7. Spherical support
      9.1.8. Rotary fist and nave
      9.1.9. Nave and bearing of a forward wheel
      9.1.10. Stabilizer and plugs of the stabilizer of a back suspension bracket
      9.1.11. Rack of a back suspension bracket
      9.1.12. Longitudinal bar
      9.1.13. Levers of a back suspension bracket
      9.1.14. Nave and bearing of a back wheel
      9.1.15. Arm of a back suspension bracket
      9.1.16. Corners of installation of wheels
   + 9.2. Steering
   + 9.3. Semi-axes
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment



9.1.15. Arm of a back suspension bracket

GENERAL INFORMATION

Arm of a back suspension bracket

1. Arm
2. Brake cylinder
3. Nave
4. Disk
5. Sealant
6. Drum
7. The sensor of speed (on cars equipped with ABS system)

Removal

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Lift a back part of the car and establish on supports. Remove a back wheel.
2. Remove a drum or a brake disk assembled with a support. On cars with back drum-type brakes disconnect a hydraulic actuator tube on the wheel cylinder. On cars with back disk brakes a hose from a support do not disconnect.
3. On cars with back disk brakes release and turn out a bolt of fastening of a flexible hose to a rack.
4. Remove a back nave with the bearing (see subsection 9.1.14.).
5. On cars with back drum-type brakes remove a back brake assembled with a brake board from a suspension bracket arm, without disconnecting a hose. On cars with back disk brakes remove a brake board with the mechanism of the parking brake. Fix the removed knots on a rack spring.
6. On the cars equipped with ABS system, remove the sensor of speed.

7. Release bolts of fastening of an arm to a rack.
8. Unscrew a bolt of fastening of the lever on an arm, remove a nut and washers then finally turn out a bolt of fastening of an arm to a rack.
9. Supporting an arm, unscrew the bolts of fastening of an arm released earlier to a rack and separate an arm from a rack.

Installation

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Check a condition of plugs, existence on them of cracks and wear tracks. Worn-out plugs change in car-care center.
2. Establish a suspension bracket arm on a rack arm, wrap bolts by hand.
3. Establish a bolt of fastening of the lever on an arm, a washer and screw a nut.
4. A jack raise a suspension bracket arm on the height corresponding to conditions of driving.
5. Tighten bolts of fastening of an arm of a suspension bracket to a rack with the set moment.
6. Attach a longitudinal bar and tighten a bolt with the set moment.
7. Tighten a bolt and a nut of fastening of the lever.
8. On cars with back drum-type brakes fix a hose on a rack.
9. On cars equipped with ABS system establish the sensor of speed.
10. Establish a brake board, establish a nave and tighten bolts.
11. On cars with back drum-type brakes attach a tube to the wheel cylinder.
12. Establish a drum (or a disk) brakes.
13. Establish a wheel.
14. Remove air from a hydraulic actuator (see subsection 10.11.).
15. Lower the car and tighten wheel nuts.