Toyota Steering Intermediate Shaft Noise Repair

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Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 17-12-2011

Subject : A new steering intermediate shaft has been developed for some customers may hear a clunk, pop, or knock type noise when turning the steering wheel left or right.
Models : 2003-2006 Toyota Camry, 2004-2005 Toyota Highlander, 2005-2006 Toyota Camry Solora.

Steering Intermediate Shaft Repair Procedure

Prior to removing the steering intermediate shaft, be certain that the steering wheel and entrance wheels stay stationary. Once the intermediate shaft is removed, do NOT permit the steering wheel to spin freely.
1. Disconnect the intermediate shaft sub-assembly. a. Loosen the bolt and take away the clamp from thesteering intermediate shaft steering column gap cowl boot. b. Separate the steering column hole cover from the steering column gap cover boot. c. Place match-marks on the steering intermediate shaft sub-assembly and steering gear assembly. d. Remove the bolt and disconnect the steering intermediate shaft sub-assembly.
2. Take away the shaft sub-assembly. a. Place match-marks on the steering sliding yoke sub-meeting and steering major shaft assembly. b. Take away the bolt and steering sliding yoke sub-meeting from the steering important shaft assembly.
3. Place the corresponding match-marks on the NEW intermediate shaft sub-assembly. To put the match-marks on the NEW shaft sub-assembly, place a NEW steering shaft subsequent to the original steering shaft assembly (removed within the earlier step) and transfer those match-marks to the identical locations on the NEW steering shaft.
4. Install the NEW steering shaft sub-assembly. a. Align the match-mark with the one on the steering sliding yoke sub-assembly and the shaft assembly. b. Install the steering sliding yoke sub-meeting with the bolt. Torque: 35.3 Nm (360 kgfcm, 26 ftlbf)
5. Connect the intermediate shaft sub-assembly. a. Align the match-marks on the steering intermediate shaft sub-assembly and the steering gear assembly. b. Install the shaft sub-assembly with the bolt. Torque: 35.three Nm (360 kgfcm, 26 ftlbf) c. Set up the steering column hole cowl to the steering gap cowl boot. d. Join the clamp to the steering column gap cover boot and tighten the bolt.
6. Take away the steering wheel holder from the car (if used).
7. Road test the car to confirm the restore and make sure that the steering wheel is centered.

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Comments posted (26)

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So I am looking to buy a new pool cue. I am an intermediate player who can run out off break occasionally and am learning to use english. I have been really looking at Viking and Poison cues(I know, totally different lines). I like the Viking G51 and poison AX2. My question is mostly about the Viking shaft and how it is compared to other cue makers standard shafts. My plan is to use the standard shaft for a while, until I get good enough that I would be able to take advantage of a predator shaft. Anyone played with a Viking cue for a while that can give me opinions on their shafts?
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Thanks again.

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I have been shooting archery for about 6 months. I know it’s not long, but I’ve been shooting on a regular basis and have taken it pretty serious. I’ve recently moved back to the 20 yard line (and will move back more as I get better.) I know the basics, but I’m wondering if anybody has any suggestions for somebody that hasn’t has been shooting for a while.
A little info-
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I’m willing to consider changes in my technique, but not my style (I will continue to shoot bare bow with fingers.) I can’t afford new equipment, but am willing to make adjustments to my current equipment. I only have my original half dozen arrows and the fletchings are starting to get tore up. I’m considering getting new fletchings, but I’m not sure if it would make a difference at 20 yards. What are some things to consider for an intermediate archer?

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