Toyota Camry

1996-2001 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Toyota Camry
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 1.2. Information before driving of the car
+ 1.3. Independent maintenance
+ 1.4. Technical characteristics
+ 1.5. Several councils upon purchase of the car
- 2. Maintenance
   2.2. Schedule of servicing of Toyota Camry/Avalon
   2.3. Primary and secondary checks
   2.4. Check of level of oil and liquids
   2.5. Check of a condition of tires and pressure in tires
   2.6. Check of level of liquid of system of hydrostrengthening of steering
   2.7. Check of level of automatic transmission liquid
   2.8. Replacement of engine oil and oil filter
   2.9. Survey and replacement of brushes of screen wipers
   2.10. Check, servicing and accumulator charging
   2.11. Check, adjustment of a tension and replacement of a driving belt
   2.12. Check and replacement of hoses in a motive compartment
   2.13. Check of the cooling system
   + 2.14. Shift of wheels
   2.15. Check of the brake system
   2.16. Replacement of the air filter
   2.17. Check of a power supply system
   2.18. Check of level of liquid of differential (automatic transmission)
   2.19. Check of level of MKPP oil
   2.20. Check of steering and suspension bracket
   2.21. Check of covers of half shafts
   2.22. Check of final system
   2.23. Height and free wheeling of pedals of coupling and brake
   2.24. Replacement of the fuel filter
   2.25. Replacement of cooling liquid and washing of the cooling system
   2.26. Check of the system controlling releases of vapors of fuel
   2.27. Automatic transmission liquid replacement
   2.28. MKPP oil replacement
   2.29. Check of fastenings of a body
   2.30. Check and replacement of spark plugs
   2.31. Check and replacement of wires of spark plugs
   2.32. Check and adjustment of gaps of valves
   2.33. Replacement of laying of a cover of a jellied mouth of the fuel tank
   2.34. Check and replacement of the valve of ventilation of a case
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Heating and ventilation
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. Exhaust system
+ 8. Transmission
+ 9. Running gear
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment



2.23. Height and free wheeling of pedals of coupling and brake

GENERAL INFORMATION

Pedal height
Height of a pedal is understood as distance between a floor and a pedal. If height of a pedal does not conform to technical requirements, then it is necessary to carry out adjustment.

Check and adjustment

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To adjust height of a pedal of coupling weaken a pusher lock-nut, adjust height and tighten a lock-nut.
2. When carrying out adjustment of height of a pedal of a brake, weaken a lock-nut on the switch of brake fires, and delay the switch back. Adjust pedal height.
3. Adjust a switch gap.

Free wheeling of a pedal

The free wheeling of a pedal is understood as distance which passes a pedal before the brake system or coupling begins to be involved.

PERFORMANCE ORDER
Measure a free wheeling of both pedals. For carrying out adjustment of pedals, weaken lock-nuts on their pushers (before regulating a pedal of a brake squeeze out it several times), adjust gaps and tighten nuts.

Brake pedal course stock

PERFORMANCE ORDER
Start the engine, squeeze out a pedal of a brake and measure distance from a pedal to a floor. If the distance is less than size demanded in technical characteristics, it is necessary to eliminate malfunctions in the brake system.