REAR CRANKSHAFT OIL SEAL REMOVAL

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

The necessary procedures (adjustment, calibration, initialization, or registration) that must be performed after parts are removed, installed, or replaced during the engine rear oil seal removal/installation are shown below.

Necessary Procedure After Parts Removed/Installed/Replaced
Replacement Part or Procedure Necessary Procedure Effect/Inoperative when not Performed Link
Disconnect cable from negative battery terminal Drive the vehicle until stop and start control is permitted (approximately 5 to 60 minutes) Stop and start system

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Memorize steering angle neutral point LKA/LDA system

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Parking support brake system*1
Pre-collision system
Adaptive high beam system

    Lighting system (EXT)

  • cornering lights

Variable gear ratio steering system

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Parking assist monitor system

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Panoramic view monitor system

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Initialize rear door sunshade system Rear door sunshade system

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Initialize power trunk lid system Power trunk lid system

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Gas leaks from exhaust system Inspection after repair
  • Poor idle, etc.

  • Engine start function, etc.

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Engine assembly Inspection after repair

  • Reset memory

  • Perform road test to allow ECM to learn


  • Large shift shock

  • Engine overruns

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Starter assembly

Note

When the starter assembly is replaced, "ST NO. 1 relay" and "ST NO. 2 relay" must be also replaced.

Clear number of starter operations Stop and start system

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Automatic transmission assembly
  • Set transmission compensation code (step 1)*2

  • Perform road test to allow ECM to learn


  • Large shift shock

  • Engine overruns

for Initialization:

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for Registration:

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Automatic transmission fluid ATF thermal degradation estimate reset The value of the Data List item "ATF Thermal Degradation Estimate" is not estimated correctly.

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Wheel alignment adjustment
  • Clear zero point calibration data and system information.

  • Perform acceleration sensor (yaw rate sensor) zero point calibration and store system information.


  • DTCs are stored

  • ABS warning light illuminates

  • Brake system warning light (red indicator) illuminates

  • Slip indicator light illuminates

  • VSC disabled or malfunctions

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Front bumper assembly (Including removal and installation)
  • Ultrasonic sensor detection angle

  • Ultrasonic sensor detection angle registration

Parking support brake system

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Front television camera view adjustment Panoramic view monitor system

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Suspension, tires, etc.
  • Ultrasonic sensor detection angle

  • Ultrasonic sensor detection angle registration

Parking support brake system

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  • Parking assist ECU initialization

  • Adjust steering angle

  • Rear television camera view adjustment (for Rear camera detection system)

Panoramic view monitor system

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Rear television camera assembly optical axis (Back camera position setting) Parking assist monitor system

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Parts between the steering wheel and tires have been removed/installed, replaced or adjusted Perform actuator angle neutral point calibration and initialization
  • Variable gear ratio steering system

  • Steering wheel off-center

  • DTCs are output

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*1: When performing learning using the GTS.
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*2: Set the transmission compensation code for the new automatic transmission.

PROCEDURE


  1. REMOVE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY

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  2. REMOVE DRIVE PLATE AND RING GEAR SUB-ASSEMBLY


    1. B006CKJN01

      Using SST, hold the crankshaft pulley.

      SST
      09213-70011   ( 09213-70020 )
      09330-00021
    2. B006DBK

      Remove the 8 bolts, rear drive plate spacer, drive plate and ring gear sub-assembly and No. 1 crankshaft position sensor plate.

  3. REMOVE REAR ENGINE OIL SEAL


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      *a Cut Position
      *b Protective Tape

      Using a knife, cut through the lip of the rear engine oil seal.

    2. Using a screwdriver with its tip wrapped with protective tape, pry out the rear engine oil seal.

      Note

      Be careful not to damage the crankshaft.