Toyota Tundra Service Manual: Reassembly

REASSEMBLY

PROCEDURE

1. INSTALL MAGNET CLUTCH ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the magnet clutch stator with the parts shown in the illustration matched.

(b) Using a snap ring expander, install a new snap ring with the chamfered side facing up.

(c) Connect the connector.

(d) Using a snap ring expander, install the magnet clutch rotor and a new snap ring with the chamfered side facing up.

NOTICE:

Do not damage the seal cover of the bearing when installing the snap ring.

(e) Install the magnet clutch washer(s) and magnet clutch hub.

NOTICE:

Do not change the combination of the magnet clutch washer(s) used before disassembly.

(f) Using SST, hold the magnet clutch hub and install the bolt.

SST: 09985-00270

Torque:

18 N·m {184 kgf·cm, 13 ft·lbf}

NOTICE:

Make sure that there is no foreign matter or oil on the compressor shaft, bolt, and clutch hub.

2. INSTALL COOLER COMPRESSOR BRACKET

(a) Install the cooler compressor bracket with the screw.

(b) Attach the harness clamp.

3. INSPECT MAGNET CLUTCH CLEARANCE

(a) Clamp the cooler compressor assembly in a vise.

(b) Set the dial indicator to the magnet clutch hub.

(c) Connect the battery positive lead to terminal 3 of the magnet clutch connector and the negative lead to the ground wire. Turn the magnet clutch on and off and measure the clearance.

Standard clearance:

0.35 to 0.60 mm (0.014 to 0.024 in.)

Text in Illustration

*1

Battery

*a

Component without harness connected

(Magnet Clutch Assembly)

If the measured value is not within the standard clearance, remove the magnet clutch hub and adjust the clearance using magnet clutch washers to obtain the standard clearance.

Magnet clutch washer thickness:

0.1 mm (0.004 in.)

0.3 mm (0.012 in.)

0.5 mm (0.020 in.)

NOTICE:

Adjustment should be performed with 3 or fewer magnet clutch washers.

(d) Remove the cooler compressor assembly from the vise.

    Installation

    Removal

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