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1 BRAKE SYSTEM Article Text 1995 Toyota Previa For Tarago Prvia Estima Australia Copyright 1998 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC Tuesday, March 11, :25PM ARTICLE BEGINNING BRAKES Toyota - Disc & Drum Previa * PLEASE READ THIS FIRST * WARNING: For warnings and procedures regarding vehicles equipped with Anti-Lock Brake Systems (ABS), see ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS article. DESCRIPTION & OPERATION Hydraulic brake system uses a tandem master cylinder with a vacuum power assist servo. Vehicles are equipped with front disc brakes and rear drum brakes standard. Rear disc brakes are optional. A load-sensing proportioning valve is used to regulate brake pressure between front and rear brakes. Rear brakes are selfadjusting. Parking brake lever mechanically activates the rear brakes. On models with rear drum brakes, a cable applies rear shoes. On models with rear disc brakes, parking brake is a drum brake internal to rear disc rotor assembly. BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM BLEEDING PROCEDURES CAUTION: DO NOT allow reservoir to run dry during brake bleeding procedure. Use only clean brake fluid. Ensure no dirt or other foreign matter contaminates brake fluid. DO NOT mix different types of brake fluid, as they may not be compatible. DO NOT spill brake fluid on vehicle, as it may damage paint. If brake fluid contacts paint, immediately wash with water. 1) If master cylinder is rebuilt or reservoir is empty, bleed master cylinder first. Bleed wheels in sequence. Start on wheel with longest hydraulic line, and work toward wheel with shortest hydraulic line. 2) Raise and support vehicle. Ensure brake fluid reservoir is at least half full during bleeding procedure. Connect one end of transparent vinyl tube to bleeder screw. Submerge other end of tube in a container half filled with clean brake fluid. 3) Have an assistant depress brake pedal several times and hold in depressed position. Loosen bleeder screw, and drain fluid into container. Tighten bleeder screw. NOTE: Ensure brake pedal remains depressed until bleeder screw is tightened. 4) Refill brake fluid reservoir as necessary. Repeat step 3) until air is no longer discharged. Tighten bleeder screw to 74 INCH lbs. (8 N.m). Ensure fluid leakage is not present. Add fluid to reservoir. Repeat procedure for remaining wheels. ADJUSTMENTS BRAKE PEDAL HEIGHT

2 1) Brake pedal height is measured from face of pedal pad to asphalt sheet under carpet. To adjust clearance, loosen stoplight switch and lock nut on brake push rod. See Fig. 1. 2) Adjust pedal height by turning push rod. See BRAKE PEDAL SPECIFICATIONS table for correct specification. After setting pedal height, tighten lock nut on push rod. Adjust stoplight switch and tighten switch lock nut. See STOPLIGHT SWITCH. Fig. 1: Measuring Brake Pedal Height & Free Play Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. BRAKE PEDAL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE Free Play Pedal Height Application In. (mm) In. (mm) Previa ( ) ( ) BRAKE PEDAL FREE PLAY 1) Brake pedal free play is distance brake pedal travels before feeling resistance with engine stopped. To check pedal free play, depress brake pedal several times to exhaust vacuum from servo. 2) Depress pedal and measure travel until initial resistance is felt. See BRAKE PEDAL SPECIFICATIONS table. If free play is not within specification, adjust by turning push rod. See Fig. 1. BRAKE PEDAL RESERVE DISTANCE 1) Pedal reserve distance is measured from face of pedal pad to asphalt sheet under carpet with brakes applied. Measure reserve distance with engine running and weight of 110 lbs. (50 kg) applied against pedal. 2) If measured reserve distance is less than specification, inspect brake system. See BRAKE PEDAL MINIMUM RESERVE DISTANCE SPECIFICATIONS table. BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Text (p. 2)1995 Toyota PreviaFor Tarago Prvia Estima

3 BRAKE PEDAL MINIMUM RESERVE DISTANCE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE Application In. (mm) Previa (75) LSPV (LOAD-SENSING PROPORTIONING VALVE) & BPV (BY-PASS VALVE) NOTE: See LOAD-SENSING PROPORTIONING VALVE (LSPV) & BY-PASS VALVE (BPV) under TESTING. PARKING BRAKE NOTE: Rear brakes must be correctly adjusted before adjusting parking brake. See REAR BRAKE DRUM under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Lever Stroke Adjustment 1) Pull on parking brake lever with weight of 44 lbs. (20 kg) to check parking brake adjustment. Count number of notches (clicks) until parking brake is fully applied. See PARKING BRAKE LEVER STROKE SPECIFICATIONS table. Adjust parking brake if travel is not within specification. PARKING BRAKE LEVER STROKE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE Application Notches Previa ) Remove center console or parking brake lever boot to uncover base of lever. Loosen adjusting cap. Turn adjusting nut on cable until lever travel is correct. Tighten adjusting cap. Install console or boot. PARKING BRAKE SHOES With Rear Disc Brakes Raise and support rear of vehicle. Release parking brake. Remove adjustment hole plug from backing plate. Turn adjuster until parking brake shoes lock wheel. Back adjuster off 8 notches. Install hole plug. BRAKE BOOSTER PUSH ROD 1) Install Adjusting Gauge ( ) on master cylinder with master cylinder gasket in place. Lower adjusting gauge pin until pin slightly touches master cylinder piston. Perform STEP 1. See Fig. 2. Turn adjusting gauge upside down and install on power brake unit. 2) Measure clearance between power brake unit push rod and adjusting gauge pin head. Measured clearance should be zero. Perform STEP 2. See Fig. 2. If clearance is not zero, adjust brake booster push rod length until push rod lightly touches adjusting gauge pin head. BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Text (p. 3)1995 Toyota PreviaFor Tarago Prvia Estima Australia Copyright

4 Fig. 2: Adjusting Brake Booster Push Rod Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. REAR DRUM BRAKE SHOES NOTE: All rear drum brakes have a self-adjuster which is activated when brake pedal is applied with vehicle traveling in reverse. To set initial lining-to-drum clearance, raise and support rear of vehicle. Release parking brake. Remove rear wheels and brake drums. Measure brake drum inside diameter and brake lining diameter. Measured clearance between linings and braking surface of drum should be.024" (.60 mm). Turn brake adjuster to obtain specified clearance. Install brake drum and wheel and adjust brakes (if necessary). STOPLIGHT SWITCH Remove lower instrument panel and air duct (if necessary). Loosen lock nuts. Turn switch until clearance between threaded end of switch and pedal stop is " ( mm). See Fig. 1. Check brake pedal height and brakelight operation. TESTING POWER BRAKE UNIT Functional Test 1) Start engine. Turn ignition off. Depress brake pedal several times. Depress pedal firmly and hold pressure for 15 seconds. If pedal sinks, master cylinder, wheel cylinder, caliper or brakeline is faulty. 2) Start engine with pedal depressed. If pedal sinks slightly, vacuum unit is working properly. If pedal height does not vary, booster or check valve is faulty. Replace as necessary. Leak Test 1) Depress brake pedal with engine running. Turn ignition off. If pedal height does not vary while depressed for 30 seconds, vacuum booster is okay. If pedal height changes, check for air leaks. BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Text (p. 4)1995 Toyota PreviaFor Tarago Prvia Estima Australia Copyright 2) With engine stopped, depress brake pedal several times using normal pressure. Pedal should be low when first depressed. On consecutive applications, pedal height should gradually rise. If pedal height does not increase, check for air leaks. LOAD-SENSING PROPORTIONING VALVE (LSPV) & BY-PASS VALVE (BPV)

5 1) For testing purposes, rear axle is loaded to a specified weight. Set total rear axle weight to specified amount. See LSPV REAR AXLE TEST WEIGHT table. NOTE: DO NOT depress brake pedal more than once or release pedal while setting pressure on front gauge. 2) Attach Pressure Gauge Set ( ) to front caliper and rear wheel cylinder or caliper. Bleed air from system. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. Depress brake pedal until front pressure is as specified. See LSPV PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS table. Wait 2 seconds and record rear pressure reading. 3) Adjust rear pressure by changing length of spring shaft. See Fig. 3. To increase rear pressure reading, increase distance "A". To decrease rear pressure reading, decrease distance "A". If valve cannot be adjusted to specification, replace valve assembly. NOTE: For pressure change of 55 psi (3.9 kg/cm²) on rear disc brakes or 28.4 psi (2.0 kg/cm²) on rear drum brakes, turn adjustment nut one complete turn (360 degrees). LSPV REAR AXLE TEST WEIGHT TABLE Application Lbs. (kg) Previa (920) LSPV PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE Front Pressure Rear Pressure Application psi (kg/cm²) psi (kg/cm²) 1995 Rear Disc Brake With ABS (90) (66-76) Without ABS (90) (68-78) Rear Drum Brake (100) (58-68) 1996 Rear Disc Brake (90) (68-78) Rear Drum Brake (100) (58-68) Fig. 3: Measuring LSPV Spring Shaft Length Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Te

6 REMOVAL & INSTALLATION * PLEASE READ THIS FIRST * NOTE: Location and number of anti-rattle springs, anti-squeal shims, pad support and guide plates vary between models. Note component locations during removal process for reassembly reference. FRONT DISC BRAKE PADS NOTE: Pushing piston into caliper bore will force fluid back into master cylinder reservoir. Remove reservoir cap when compressing caliper piston. 1) Raise and support vehicle. Remove front wheel. Install 2 lug nuts to hold rotor in place. Remove lower caliper bolt. Rotate caliper upward. Suspend caliper aside with wire. 2) Remove springs, pads, shims, wear indicators and support plates. See Fig. 4. To install, reverse removal procedure. Tighten lower caliper bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Check reservoir fluid level. Fig. 4: Exploded View Of Front Brake Caliper Assembly (Single Piston Shown; Dual Piston Similar) BRAKE Courtesy SYSTEMArticle of Toyota Motor Text Sales, (p. U.S.A., 6)1995 Inc. Toyota PreviaFor Tarago Prvia Estima Australia Copyright

7 FRONT BRAKE CALIPER 1) Raise vehicle and remove wheels. Disconnect flexible brake hose from caliper. Plug hose to prevent fluid spillage. Remove caliper mounting bolts or slide pins as necessary. 2) On models with fixed main pin, pivot caliper up to clear edge of rotor. Slide caliper off main pin. On all other models, remove caliper from knuckle or torque plate. To install, reverse removal procedure. On units with fixed main pin, install boot end in groove of main pin. FRONT BRAKE ROTOR Remove caliper assembly with hose connected. Support caliper from frame with wire. Remove torque plate from knuckle. Slide rotor off hub assembly. To install, reverse removal procedure. Tighten all bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. REAR DISC BRAKE PADS NOTE: Pushing piston into caliper bore will force fluid back into master cylinder reservoir. Remove reservoir cap when compressing piston. 1) Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheels. Secure rotor with lug nuts. Remove guide bolts from torque plate. Leave hose connected and suspend caliper from suspension. Remove pads, antisqueal shims, wear indicators and pad support plates. See Fig. 5. 2) Install NEW pad support plates on torque plate. Install NEW pad wear indicators, anti-squeal shims and pads. Position wear indicators on lower edge of pad. Anti-squeal shims go on outside of pads. 3) Push piston into bore with "C" clamp or wooden hammer handle. Slide caliper onto torque plate carefully to avoid damaging boot on edge of pad. Fig. 5: Exploded View Of Rear Disc Brake Caliper With Internal Shoe Parking Brake Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Text (p. 7)1995 Toyota PreviaFor T

8 REAR BRAKE CALIPER R & I Disconnect brake hose and mounting bolts. Remove caliper from knuckle or torque plate. To install, reverse removal procedure. Bleed hydraulic system. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. REAR BRAKE ROTOR Ensure parking brake is released. Mark hub and rotor for installation reference. Remove caliper and suspend from underbody with hose connected. See REAR BRAKE CALIPER R & I. Remove torque plate from backing plate. Slide rotor off axle flange. To install, reverse removal procedure. REAR BRAKE DRUM Removal Ensure parking brake is released. Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheel. Remove set screws from brake drum (if equipped). Pull drum from axle flange. It may be necessary to loosen brake shoe adjuster before removing drum. Installation Measure inside diameter of brake drum and diameter of brake shoes. Turn brake adjuster until difference between diameters is.024" (.60 mm). Install brake drum and adjust brakes, if necessary. REAR DRUM BRAKE SHOES R & I Removal Remove brake drum, tension spring and hold-down springs. See Fig. 6. Remove tension spring from bell crank. Remove brake shoes and disengage parking brake lever. Fig. 6: Exploded View Of Typical Rear Drum Brakes Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Text (p. 8)1995 Toyota PreviaFor T

9 Installation Position brake shoes over wheel cylinders with front return spring hooked on inner side of shoe. Install hold-down springs. To complete installation, reverse removal procedures. Adjust brake shoes. REAR WHEEL CYLINDER With brake drum and shoes removed, disconnect hydraulic line from wheel cylinder. Remove mounting bolts and remove wheel cylinder. To install, reverse removal procedure. Adjust brakes and bleed system. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. REAR AXLE BEARING & OIL SEAL Removal 1) Raise and support vehicle. Remove rear wheel and ABS speed sensor. Disconnect and plug brakeline at wheel cylinder or caliper. On drum brake models, remove drum and shoes. On disc brake models, remove caliper and rotor. 2) On all models, disconnect parking brake cable. Remove backing plate nuts. Using puller, remove axle shaft. DO NOT damage oil seal or speed sensor rotor (if equipped). 3) On disc brake models, remove backing plate. On all models, press oil seal and speed sensor rotor from shaft (if necessary). Grind down inner retainer and remove with chisel. Press bearing from axle shaft. Remove oil seal. Installation 1) Drive NEW oil seal into axle shaft housing to depth of. 138" (3.51 mm) for disc brake models and.236" (5.99 mm) for drum brake models. 2) On disc brake models, place NEW retainer gasket and bearing outer retainer on backing plate. Using a socket and hammer, install bolts. Install backing plate to axle shaft. 3) On drum brake models, install bearing outer retainer to axle shaft. On all models, press NEW bearing onto axle shaft. Heat inner retainer to 302 F (150 C) in an oil bath. Clean retainer and axle shaft of oil and grease. While still hot, press inner retainer onto axle shaft. 4) Using a press, install speed sensor rotor and NEW oil seal (if equipped). Install end gasket. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Bleed brake system. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. MASTER CYLINDER R & I Removal Unplug sensor lead. Drain brake fluid from reservoir. Disconnect and plug hydraulic lines. Remove master cylinder-to-power brake unit nuts. Remove master cylinder. Installation If master cylinder has been overhauled or replaced, check and adjust power brake unit push rod. See BRAKE BOOSTER PUSH ROD under ADJUSTMENTS. To install, reverse removal procedure. Bleed brake system. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. POWER BRAKE UNIT Remove master cylinder assembly from vehicle. See MASTER CYLINDER R & I. Disconnect vacuum hose. Disconnect push rod BRAKE clevis at SYSTEMArticle brake pedal. Remove Text (p. power 9)1995 brake Toyota unit PreviaFor from vehicle. Tarago ToPrvia Estima Australia Copyright

10 install, reverse removal procedure. PARKING BRAKE SHOES (INTERNAL) Removal (With Rear Disc Brakes) 1) Remove rotor. See REAR BRAKE ROTOR. Remove tension spring, shoe return springs and shoe strut with spring. 2) Pull out on front shoe and remove adjusting screw set. Remove hold-down spring, front shoe and tension spring. Remove rear shoe, and disconnect parking brake cable from lever. See Fig. 7. Fig. 7: Exploded View Of Internal Parking Brake Assembly Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Inspection Clearance between parking brake shoe and lever must be.014" (.35 mm) or less. If not, replace shim under parking brake lever. Shims are available in sizes from.012" (.30 mm) to.035" (.90 mm) in.012" (0.3 mm) increments. Use NEW "C" washer when installing lever. Installation To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Apply non-melting grease to sliding surfaces of shoes and adjusting screw threads. Align groove of rear axle shaft flange with service hole on rotor. Install rotor. LSPV & BPV (LOAD-SENSING PROPORTIONING VALVE & BY-PASS VALVE) 1) Disconnect brakelines from LSPV. Remove adjusting bolt lock nut. Disconnect spring. Remove LSPV. To install, reverse removal procedure. Bleed brake system. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. 2) Check for fluid leaks. Check and adjust LSPV pressures. See LOAD-SENSING PROPORTIONING VALVE (LSPV) & BY-PASS VALVE (BPV) under TESTING. BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Text (p. 10)1

11 OVERHAUL * PLEASE READ THIS FIRST * NOTE: When overhauling caliper, if piston bores are pitted or scored beyond repair by light honing, replace entire assembly. FRONT BRAKE CALIPER NOTE: When overhauling front brake calipers, see Fig. 4. REAR BRAKE CALIPER NOTE: When overhauling rear disc brake calipers, see Fig. 5. MASTER CYLINDER NOTE: For exploded view of master cylinder assembly, see Fig. 8. Fig. 8: Exploded View Of Master Cylinder Assembly (Typical) Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. LSPV & BPV (LOAD-SENSING PROPORTIONING VALVE & BY-PASS VALVE) NOTE: If LSPV is faulty, replace entire assembly. DISC BRAKE SPECIFICATIONS DISC BRAKE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE Application In. (mm) BRAKE Front Disc SYSTEMArticle With Rear DiscText (p. 11)1995 Toyota PreviaFor Tarago Prvia Estima Australia Copyrigh Standard Disc Thickness (22.00)

12 Minimum Refinish Disc Thickness (20.00) Maximum Disc Runout (.071) Standard Pad Thickness (10.00) Minimum Pad Thickness (1.00) Front Disc With Rear Drum Standard Disc Thickness (25.00) Minimum Refinish Disc Thickness (23.00) Maximum Disc Runout (.071) Standard Pad Thickness (10.00) Minimum Pad Thickness (1.00) Rear Disc Standard Disc Thickness (18.00) Minimum Refinish Disc Thickness (17.00) Maximum Disc Runout (.010) Standard Pad Thickness (10.00) Minimum Pad Thickness (1.00) Rear Parking Brake Drum (Disc) Standard Diameter (190.0) Maximum Refinish Diameter (191.0) Standard Parking Brake Lining Thickness (2.50) Minimum Parking Brake Lining Thickness (1.00) DRUM BRAKE SPECIFICATIONS DRUM BRAKE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE Application In. (mm) Standard Diameter (254.0) Maximum Refinish Diameter (256.0) Standard Lining Thickness (5.00) Minimum Lining Thickness (1.00) Brake Shoe Clearance (.60) TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Backing Plate Mounting Nuts (74) Brake Hose-To-Caliper (30) Brakeline Fittings (15) Caliper Bolts Front (36) Rear (25) Caliper Torque Plate Bolts (88) LSPV Mounting Bolts (19) Union Bolt (15) Wheel Lug Nuts (103) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Brake Bleeder Screw (11) LSPV Adjustment Lock Nut (13) Master Cylinder Mounting Nuts (13) Master Cylinder Piston Stopper bolt (10) Rear Wheel Cylinder Mounting Bolts (10) Reservoir Mounting Screw (1.7) BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Text (p. 12)1995 Toyota P

13 END OF ARTICLE BRAKE SYSTEMArticle Text (p. 13)1995 Toyota PreviaFor

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