Тойота РАВ4-Toyota RAV4
1. Car operation
2. Maintenance service
3. Engines
4. Cooling and air-conditioning systems
5. Fuel system and system of release of the fulfilled gases
6. Ignition system
7. The monitoring system and decrease in toxicity of the fulfilled gases
8. Coupling
9. A transmission
10. A kardannyj shaft and shaft of a drive of driving wheels
11. Brake system
12. A suspension bracket
   The general data
   Specifications
   Rack of a forward suspension bracket
   Dismantling and assemblage of an amortisation rack
   The forward stabilizer of cross-section stability
   The bottom lever of a forward suspension bracket
   Rotary fist and nave of a forward wheel
   The back stabilizer of cross-section stability
   The shock-absorber of a back suspension bracket
      Removal
      Installation
   Levers of a back suspension bracket
   Spring of a back suspension bracket
   Nave and the bearing of a back wheel
13. A steering and a running gear
14. A body
15. An electric equipment
Electric equipment schemes


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Toyota RAV4>> Suspension bracket>> The shock-absorber of a back suspension bracket>> Removal
Block forward wheels an emphasis. Lift a back part of the car and establish it on support. Remove a wheel.
Jack raise the longitudinal lever of a back suspension bracket to compress a spring and to unload the shock-absorber.

Fig. 12.18. Removal of a cover of a lateral upholstery for access to a nut of the top fastening of the shock-absorber on models till 2001


Fig. 12.19. Removal of a cover of a lateral upholstery for access to a nut of the top fastening of the shock-absorber on models since 2001


From within the car uncover a lateral upholstery for access to a nut of the top fastening of the shock-absorber (fig. 12.18, 12.19). Turn away a nut and remove two holder and the plug from a shock-absorber rod.

Fig. 12.20. An arrangement of a bolt of the bottom fastening of the back shock-absorber


Turn out a bolt of the bottom fastening and remove the shock-absorber from the car (fig. 12.20).