Toyota CH-R Service Manual: Components

COMPONENTS

ILLUSTRATION

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w/ Package Tray Trim

*B

w/ Tonneau Cover

*1

PACKAGE TRAY TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY

*2

TONNEAU COVER ASSEMBLY

ILLUSTRATION

*1

BACK DOOR OUTSIDE GARNISH SUB-ASSEMBLY

*2

BACK DOOR SIDE GARNISH LH

*3

BACK DOOR SIDE GARNISH RH

*4

BACK DOOR TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY

*5

BACK DOOR TRIM UPPER PANEL ASSEMBLY

*6

NO. 2 BACK DOOR GARNISH RETAINER

N*m (kgf*cm, ft.*lbf): Specified torque

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ILLUSTRATION

*1

BACK DOOR GARNISH MOULDING LOWER PROTECTOR

*2

BACK DOOR GARNISH MOULDING PROTECTOR LH

*3

BACK DOOR GARNISH MOULDING PROTECTOR RH

*4

BACK DOOR GARNISH MOULDING UPPER PROTECTOR

*5

BACK DOOR GARNISH SIDE PROTECTOR LH

*6

BACK DOOR GARNISH SIDE PROTECTOR RH

*7

BACK DOOR OUTSIDE GARNISH PAD

*8

BACK DOOR OUTSIDE GARNISH PROTECTOR

*9

BACK DOOR OUTSIDE GARNISH SEAL

*10

NO. 1 BACK DOOR EMBLEM

*11

NO. 1 BACK DOOR NAME PLATE

*12

NO. 1 BACK DOOR OUTSIDE GARNISH PROTECTOR

*13

NO. 2 BACK DOOR NAME PLATE

*14

NO. 2 BACK DOOR OUTSIDE GARNISH

*15

NO. 2 BACK DOOR OUTSIDE GARNISH PROTECTOR

*16

NO. 1 OUTSIDE MOULDING RETAINER

*17

BACK DOOR OUTSIDE GARNISH

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Non-reusable part

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    Back Door Outside Garnish
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    Removal
    REMOVAL PROCEDURE 1. REMOVE PACKAGE TRAY TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY (w/ Package Tray Trim) Click here 2. REMOVE TONNEAU COVER ASSEMBLY (w/ Tonneau Cover) Click here 3. REMOVE BACK DOOR TRIM ...

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