Toyota 7FBEU20:
RPM Sensor Change

Was hoping someone would share some tricks (if there are any) as to the easiest way to change the LH drive motor RPM sensor on a Toyota 7FBEU20 S/N 10909/

Any information would be most appreciated
  • Posted 26 Oct 2016 05:49
  • Discussion started by Gump
  • Iowa, United States
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Thank you! It was much easier than I thought it would be. The manual really adds a lot a steps....
  • Posted 1 Nov 2016 06:09
  • Reply by Gump
  • Iowa, United States
Hi..
Take out the mast first.
Then take out the motor assembly with gearbox out.
Then Remove the Brake Disc plate, Then observe, it is easy to Remove the Sensor Bearing & you can fix new sensor bearing.

Is one service engineer & One helping person it is hardly 8 Hours Job.

Good luck.
  • Posted 27 Oct 2016 16:49
  • Reply by gopal_s
  • karnataka, India
GOP

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