Toyota Tundra Service Manual: Disassembly

DISASSEMBLY

PROCEDURE

1. REMOVE MILLIMETER WAVE RADAR WIRE (w/ Toyota Safety Sense P)

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2. REMOVE MILLIMETER WAVE RADAR SENSOR ASSEMBLY (w/ Toyota Safety Sense P)

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3. REMOVE RADIATOR GRILLE GARNISH (for Type A)

(a) When Replacing the Radiator Grille Garnish:

(1) Apply protective tape around the spring nut.

Protective Tape

(2) Using a plier nipper (side cutters), cut the radiator grille garnish at the positions shown in the illustration.

*a

Cut

(3) Push the radiator grille garnish to remove the 2 spring nuts as shown in the illustration.

CAUTION:

Make sure to cover the spring nuts with a piece of cloth or equivalent to prevent them from flying off during removal.

Protective Tape

(4) Detach the 4 claws and 2 guides as shown in the illustration to remove the radiator grille garnish.

(b) When Replacing the Radiator Grille Sub-Assembly:

HINT:

  • Make sure to make the depressions so they are aligned with the center line of the pin of the radiator grille garnish.
  • Make sure to make the depressions correctly so that a plier nipper (side cutters) can be used to pinch the spring nuts.

(1) Using a center punch, make a depression at the positions shown in the illustration.

*1

Spring Nut

-

-

*a

Depression

*b

Pin of Radiator Grille Garnish

*c

Center Line

-

-

(2) Using a plier nipper (side cutters), rotate the 2 spring nuts to align the cutouts of each spring nut as shown in the illustration.

*a

90°

*b

Depression

*c

Cutout

-

-

(3) Using a piler nipper (side cutters), deform each spring nut as shown in the illustration and then remove the 2 spring nuts.

*a

Cutout

-

-

Pinch

-

-

(4) Detach the 4 claws and 2 guides as shown in the illustration to remove the radiator grille garnish.

4. REMOVE RADIATOR GRILLE GARNISH (for Type B)

(a) When Replacing the Radiator Grille Garnish:

(1) Apply protective tape around the spring nut.

Protective Tape

(2) Using a plier nipper (side cutters), cut the radiator grille garnish at the positions shown in the illustration.

*a

Cut

(3) Push the radiator grille garnish to remove the 2 spring nuts as shown in the illustration.

CAUTION:

Make sure to cover the spring nuts with a piece of cloth or equivalent to prevent them from flying off during removal.

Protective Tape

(4) Detach the 4 claws as shown in the illustration to remove the radiator grille garnish.

(b) When Replacing the Radiator Grille Sub-Assembly:

HINT:

  • Make sure to make the depressions so they are aligned with the center line of the pin of the radiator grille garnish.
  • Make sure to make the depressions correctly so that a plier nipper (side cutters) can be used to pinch the spring nuts.

(1) Using a center punch, make a depression at the positions shown in the illustration.

*1

Spring Nut

-

-

*a

Depression

*b

Pin of Radiator Grille Garnish

*c

Center Line

-

-

(2) Using a plier nipper (side cutters), rotate the 2 spring nuts to align the cutouts of each spring nut as shown in the illustration.

*a

90°

*b

Depression

*c

Cutout

-

-

(3) Using a piler nipper (side cutters), deform each spring nut as shown in the illustration and then remove the 2 spring nuts.

*a

Cutout

-

-

Pinch

-

-

(4) Detach the 4 claws and 2 guides as shown in the illustration to remove the radiator grille garnish.

5. REMOVE RADIATOR GRILLE GARNISH (for Type C)

(a) When Replacing the Radiator Grille Garnish:

(1) Apply protective tape around the spring nut.

Protective Tape

(2) Using a plier nipper (side cutters), cut the radiator grille garnish at the positions shown in the illustration.

*a

Cut

(3) Push the radiator grille garnish to remove the 2 spring nuts as shown in the illustration.

CAUTION:

Make sure to cover the spring nuts with a piece of cloth or equivalent to prevent them from flying off during removal.

Protective Tape

(4) Detach the 2 claws as shown in the illustration to remove the radiator grille garnish.

(b) When Replacing the Radiator Grille Sub-Assembly:

HINT:

  • Make sure to make the depressions so they are aligned with the center line of the pin of the radiator grille garnish.
  • Make sure to make the depressions correctly so that a plier nipper (side cutters) can be used to pinch the spring nuts.

(1) Using a center punch, make a depression at the positions shown in the illustration.

*1

Spring Nut

-

-

*a

Depression

*b

Pin of Radiator Grille Garnish

*c

Center Line

-

-

(2) Using a plier nipper (side cutters), rotate the 2 spring nuts to align the cutouts of each spring nut as shown in the illustration.

*a

90°

*b

Depression

*c

Cutout

-

-

(3) Using a piler nipper (side cutters), deform each spring nut as shown in the illustration and then remove the 2 spring nuts.

*a

Cutout

-

-

Pinch

-

-

(4) Detach the 2 claws and guide as shown in the illustration to remove the radiator grille garnish.

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