Toyota Yaris: Rear Speed Sensor / Installation

Toyota Yaris XP210 (2020-2024) Reapir and Service Manual / Brake / Brake Control / Dynamic Control Systems / Rear Speed Sensor / Installation

INSTALLATION

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

HINT:

  • Use the same procedure for the RH side and LH side.
  • The following procedure is for the LH side.
  • If the rear speed sensor rotor needs to be replaced, replace the rear axle hub and bearing assembly.

PROCEDURE

1. INSTALL REAR SPEED SENSOR

NOTICE:

Do not twist the rear speed sensor wire harness when installing it.

(a) Insert the connector and grommet of the rear speed sensor into the inside of the vehicle through the hole in the wheel house.

*a

Connector

*b

Grommet

*c

Band Clamp

*d

Tube

*e

Outside of the Vehicle

*f

Inside of the Vehicle

*g

Grommet Installation Range

*h

30°

Front of the Vehicle

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-

NOTICE:

Make sure the band clamp remains on the outside of the vehicle.

(b) Hold the tube of the grommet and pull it toward the outside of the vehicle, then secure the grommet to the vehicle body as shown in the illustration.

NOTICE:

  • When pulling out the grommet, do not grip the sensor wire.
  • Secure the grommet in place within the range shown in the illustration.

(c) Connect the rear speed sensor connector of the inside of the vehicle.

(d) Install the rear speed sensor to the vehicle body with the bolt.

Torque:

8.0 N·m {82 kgf·cm, 71 in·lbf}

(e) Install the rear speed sensor to the rear trailing arm assembly with the bolt.

Torque:

19 N·m {194 kgf·cm, 14 ft·lbf}

(f) Engage the clamp and install the rear speed sensor to the rear trailing arm assembly.

(g) Install the rear speed sensor to the rear axle carrier sub-assembly with the bolt.

Torque:

8.5 N·m {87 kgf·cm, 75 in·lbf}

NOTICE:

  • Keep the tip of the rear speed sensor and installation hole free of foreign matter.
  • Firmly insert the rear speed sensor body into the rear axle carrier sub-assembly before tightening the bolt.
  • After installing the rear speed sensor to the rear axle carrier sub-assembly, make sure that there is no clearance between the rear speed sensor stay and rear axle carrier sub-assembly. Also make sure that no foreign matter is stuck between the parts.

2. INSTALL NO. 3 PARKING BRAKE CABLE ASSEMBLY

(a) Install the No. 3 parking brake cable assembly with the nut.

Torque:

15.5 N·m {158 kgf·cm, 11 ft·lbf}

3. INSTALL QUARTER TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY

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4. INSTALL REAR WHEEL

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    REMOVAL CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT HINT: Use the same procedure for the RH side and LH side. The following procedure is for the LH side. If the rear speed sensor rotor needs to be replaced, replace the rear axle hub and bearing assembly...

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