Toyota Tundra Service Manual: Removal

REMOVAL

PROCEDURE

1. REMOVE FRONT FENDER PLATE LH

HINT:

When removing the front fender plate LH, heat the vehicle body and front fender plate LH using a heat light.

Standard:

Item

Temperature

Vehicle Body

40 to 60°C (104 to 140°F)

Front Fender Plate LH

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

NOTICE:

Do not heat the vehicle body or front fender plate LH excessively.

(a) Put protective tape around the front fender plate LH.

(b) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and front fender plate LH.

(c) Insert piano wire between the vehicle body and front fender plate LH.

(d) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to the piano wire ends.

(e) Pull the piano wire and scrape off the double-sided tape that holds the front fender plate LH to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(f) Remove the front fender plate LH.

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Protective Tape

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Wooden Block

2. REMOVE FRONT FENDER PLATE RH

HINT:

Use the same procedure described for the LH side.

3. REMOVE DOOR NAME PLATE LH

HINT:

When removing the door name plate LH, heat the vehicle body and door name plate LH using a heat light.

Standard:

Item

Temperature

Vehicle Body

40 to 60°C (104 to 140°F)

Door Name Plate LH

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

NOTICE:

Do not heat the vehicle body or door name plate LH excessively.

(a) Put protective tape around the door name plate LH.

(b) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and door name plate LH.

(c) Insert piano wire between the vehicle body and door name plate LH.

(d) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to the piano wire ends.

(e) Pull the piano wire and scrape off the double-sided tape that holds the door name plate LH to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(f) Remove the door name plate LH.

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Protective Tape

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Wooden Block

4. REMOVE DOOR NAME PLATE RH

HINT:

Use the same procedure described for the LH side.

5. REMOVE ROOF SIDE NO. 1 MARK LH

HINT:

When removing the roof side No. 1 mark LH, heat the vehicle body and roof side No. 1 mark LH using a heat light.

Standard:

Item

Temperature

Vehicle Body

40 to 60°C (104 to 140°F)

Roof Side No. 1 Mark LH

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

NOTICE:

Do not heat the vehicle body or roof side No. 1 mark LH excessively.

(a) for Double Cab:

(1) Put protective tape around the roof side No. 1 mark LH.

(2) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and roof side No. 1 mark LH.

(3) Insert piano wire between the vehicle body and roof side No. 1 mark LH.

(4) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to the piano wire ends.

(5) Pull the piano wire and scrape off the double-sided tape that holds the roof side No. 1 mark LH to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(6) Remove the roof side No. 1 mark LH.

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Protective Tape

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Wooden Block

(b) for CrewMax:

(1) Put protective tape around the roof side No. 1 mark LH.

(2) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and roof side No. 1 mark LH.

(3) Insert piano wire between the vehicle body and roof side No. 1 mark LH.

(4) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to the piano wire ends.

(5) Pull the piano wire and scrape off the double-sided tape that holds the roof side No. 1 mark LH to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(6) Remove the roof side No. 1 mark LH.

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Protective Tape

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Wooden Block

6. REMOVE ROOF SIDE NO. 1 MARK RH

HINT:

Use the same procedure described for the LH side.

7. REMOVE REAR BODY NO. 3 NAME PLATE (for 4WD)

HINT:

When removing the rear body No. 3 name plate, heat the vehicle body and rear body No. 3 name plate using a heat light.

Standard:

Item

Temperature

Vehicle Body

40 to 60°C (104 to 140°F)

Rear Body No. 3 Name Plate

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

NOTICE:

Do not heat the vehicle body or rear body No. 3 name plate excessively.

(a) Put protective tape around the rear body No. 3 name plate.

(b) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and rear body No. 3 name plate.

(c) Insert piano wire between the vehicle body and rear body No. 3 name plate.

HINT:

Be careful of the boss positions.

(d) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example, wooden blocks) to the piano wire ends.

(e) Pull the piano wire and scrape off the double-sided tape that holds the rear body No. 3 name plate to the vehicle body.

NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the vehicle body.

(f) Remove the rear body No. 3 name plate.

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Protective Tape

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Wooden Block

8. REMOVE REAR BODY STRIPE LH

HINT:

When removing the rear body stripe LH, heat the vehicle body and rear body stripe LH using a heat light.

Standard:

Item

Temperature

Vehicle Body

40 to 60°C (104 to 140°F)

Rear Body Stripe LH

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

NOTICE:

Do not heat the vehicle body or rear body stripe LH excessively.

(a) Using a heat light, heat the vehicle body and rear body stripe LH.

(b) Pull back an edge of the rear body stripe LH and pull it parallel to the vehicle body to remove it.

9. REMOVE REAR BODY STRIPE RH

HINT:

Use the same procedure described for the LH side.

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