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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
just yank it up tight with a bar about 50cms long,their should be collapsable spacer between the taper bearings just tighten it like a professional without overtightening it so and shearing something .handfull of grease in the diff casing to slow/stop any oil leaks top up with ep 90 and away you go,the crownwheel to pinion setting is just a little wiggle woggle ,or you could use a dial gauge but its quicker and easier ,too tight and it whines and too much play and it clunks,nice little wiggle woggle and it will work fine .trust me
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
P0037 - O2 Oxygen Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank1, Sensor2)
The Heated Oxygen Sensor (2) located rear of catalytic converter produces an output signal relative to oxygen storage capacity of catalytic converter. Ho2S 2 signal is less active than signal produced by front oxygen sensor. This code sets when HO2 Sensor voltage is greater than 999 mV for more than 2 minutes (time depends on model. Could be as high as 4 minutes)
Symptoms: There may be no noticeable symptoms except for MIL illumination. Possible high fuel pressure can over rich the system.
Causes: A code P0138 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
* Faulty O2 sensor
* Short to battery voltage in O2 sensor signal circuit
* High fuel pressure (not as likely)
Here are some potential solutions:
* Replace O2 sensor
* Repair short to battery voltage in o2 sensor signal circuit
If you replaced the O2 sensor, then its possible that you have some electrical problem there; reset the codes first, and if this come on again, check in this link TSB P0037 electrical diagnostic procedure.
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Posted on Jan 27, 2011
SOURCE: 98 toyota rav4 2 door
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There are things to look at are the rear diff mount - which goes soft and allows the diff to rock/tilt back and forward. This can be stiffened by filling the bush with silicon gunge. next is to have a good check of the rear trailing arm bushes and suspension mounting bushes. Lastly, or maybe should be first as its the easiest to check.. make sure the rear hub centre nut is torqued to the right setting. If this has loosened off, perhaps through a little wear, than it can cause a clunk when the car is on a ramp.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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