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Toyota Highlander Service Manual: ECM (3MZ-FE)

REPLACEMENT

1. DISCONNECT BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL

2. REMOVE FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH (See page 71-10 )

3. REMOVE COWL SIDE TRIM SUB-ASSY RH (See page 71-10 )

4. REMOVE GLOVE COMPARTMENT DOOR ASSY (See page 71-10 )

5. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL LOWER NO.2 (See page 71-10 )

6. REMOVE ECM

REMOVE ECM


(a) Remove the 2 wire harness clamps.

(b) Disconnect the 5 ECM connectors.

(c) Remove the 2 nuts and ECM.

7. REMOVE ECM BRACKET NO. 1

 REMOVE ECM BRACKET


(a) Remove the 2 screws and ECM bracket.

8. REMOVE ECM BRACKET NO. 2

REMOVE ECM BRACKET


(a) Remove the 2 screws and ECM bracket.

9. INSTALL ECM BRACKET NO. 2

(a) Install the ECM bracket with the 2 screws.

10. INSTALL ECM BRACKET NO. 1

INSTALL ECM BRACKET


(a) Install the ECM bracket with the 2 screws.

11. INSTALL ECM

INSTALL ECM


(a) Install the 2 wire harness clamps.

(b) Connect the 5 ECM connectors.

(c) Install the ECM with the 2 nuts.

Torque: 5.5 NVm (56 kgfVcm, 49 in.Vlbf)

12. INSTALL INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL LOWER NO.2 (See page 71-10 )

13. INSTALL GLOVE COMPARTMENT DOOR ASSY (See page 71-10 )

14. INSTALL COWL SIDE TRIM SUB-ASSY RH (See page 71-10 )

15. INSTALL FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH (See page 71-10 )

16. CONNECT BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL

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