Toyota CH-R Service Manual: Reassembly

REASSEMBLY

PROCEDURE

1. INSTALL NO. 1 REAR SPOILER PROTECTOR

HINT:

  • Using the same procedure, install every No. 1 rear spoiler protector.
  • When installing the No. 1 rear spoiler protector, heat the rear spoiler assembly using a heat light.
Heating Temperature

Item

Temperature

Rear Spoiler Assembly

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

CAUTION:

  • Do not touch the heat light and heated parts, touching the heat light may result in burns.
  • Touching heated parts for a long time may result in burns.

*a

Heated Part

*b

Heat Light

NOTICE:

Do not heat the rear spoiler assembly excessively.

(a) Clean the rear spoiler assembly surface.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the rear spoiler assembly surface.

(2) Remove the double-sided tape from the rear spoiler assembly.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(b) Using a heat light, heat the rear spoiler assembly.

(c) Remove the release paper from a new No. 1 rear spoiler protector.

HINT:

After removing the release paper, keep the exposed adhesive free from foreign matter.

(d) Install the No. 1 rear spoiler protector as shown in the illustration.

HINT:

Install the No. 1 rear spoiler protector along the line on the rear spoiler assembly.

*a

Line

2. INSTALL CENTER STOP LIGHT CORD ASSEMBLY

(a) Engage the guides to install the center stop light cord assembly.

3. INSTALL REAR SIDE SPOILER SUB-ASSEMBLY

(a) Engage the guide to install the No. 5 rear spoiler retainer.

(b) Install the screw.

(c) Engage the guide and claws to install the rear side spoiler sub-assembly as shown in the illustration.

Install in this Direction

4. INSTALL CENTER STOP LIGHT ASSEMBLY

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5. INSTALL NO. 2 REAR SPOILER PROTECTOR

HINT:

  • Using the same procedure, install every No. 2 rear spoiler protector.
  • When installing the No. 2 rear spoiler protector, heat the rear spoiler using a heat light.
Heating Temperature

Item

Temperature

Rear Spoiler Assembly

20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F)

CAUTION:

  • Do not touch the heat light and heated parts, touching the heat light may result in burns.
  • Touching heated parts for a long time may result in burns.

*a

Heated Part

*b

Heat Light

NOTICE:

Do not heat the rear spoiler assembly excessively.

(a) Clean the rear spoiler assembly surface.

(1) Using a heat light, heat the rear spoiler assembly surface.

(2) Remove the double-sided tape from the rear spoiler assembly.

(3) Wipe off any tape adhesive residue with cleaner.

(b) Using a heat light, heat the rear spoiler assembly.

(c) Remove the release paper from new No. 2 rear spoiler protector.

HINT:

After removing the release paper, keep the exposed adhesive free from foreign matter.

(d) Install the No. 2 rear spoiler protector as shown in the illustration.

HINT:

Install each No. 2 rear spoiler protector along the line on the rear spoiler assembly.

*a

Line

6. INSTALL NO. 2 REAR SPOILER

(a) Engage the claws to install the No. 2 rear spoiler as shown in the illustration.

Install in this Direction

(b) Install the 2 screws.

    Disassembly
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