Repair and operation of the FJ60, FJ62 and FJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser 1980 - 1997 cars - 7.4.2.2. Release bearing//Toyota

Toyota Land Cruiser

FJ60, FJ62 and FJ80 1980-1997 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Toyota Land Cruiser
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling systems, heating
+ 5. Fuel and exhaust systems
+ 6. System of decrease in toxicity
- 7. Transmission
   + 7.1. Mechanical transmission
   + 7.2. Automatic transmission
   + 7.3. Transfer case
   - 7.4. Coupling, driveshafts, half shafts and leading bridges
      7.4.1. Technical characteristics
      - 7.4.2. Coupling
         7.4.2.1. Coupling details
         7.4.2.2. Release bearing
         7.4.2.3. The directing bearing
         7.4.2.4. Main cylinder of coupling
         7.4.2.5. Working cylinder of coupling
         7.4.2.6. Coupling hydraulic actuator
         7.4.2.7. Coupling pedal
      + 7.4.3. Cardan shaft, reducer and axes
      7.4.4. Forward half shaft and epiploon
      + 7.4.5. Back (forward) bridge
+ 8. Brake system
+ 9. Suspension brackets and steering
+ 10. Body
+ 11. Electric equipment
+ 12. Electrical circuitries
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7.4.2.2. Release bearing

Replacement

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Disconnect the battery from weight.
2. Remove transmission.
3. Get a spring bracket from a spherical support of a fork, disconnect a fork from a spherical support and remove the release bearing.
4. The bearing has to rotate freely in a holder.
5. Otherwise replace the bearing. It is forbidden to wash out the bearing in solvent.
6. Grease the directing plug of the bearing and a vent of a main shaft with refractory lubricant.
7. Grease with refractory lubricant dredging under a spherical support of a fork.
8. Grease places of fastening of the bearing and dredging under a pusher of the working cylinder.
9. Establish a spring bracket.
10. Dress brackets and install the bearing on a fork.
11. Dress the bearing on a main shaft of the check point.
12. Pass a fork through a cover, grease a support and dress a fork on a support, having pressured her before click.
13. Slightly grease with refractory lubricant the surface of the bearing adjoining to a diaphragm spring.
14. Further assembly is carried out upside-down.