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The Toyota Land Cruiser is a range of FWD vehicles from Japanese automaker Toyota. It is considered one of the most challenging environments in terms of both temperature and terrain. The Toyota Land Cruiser was eventually lowered but still featured a three-speed main gearbox. By 1968, 100,000 units had been sold worldwide. The one-piece front axle was upgraded with coil springs. The rear springs were lengthened to improve ride comfort and wheel travel. The six-pin wheels were replaced with five-pin wheels. Minor changes were made to the gearbox to improve its durability. The long-wheelbase models were given new names. The Toyota Land Cruiser was originally imported to Australia by B&D Motors as FJ25/28 with cab chassis. By 1965, more than 50,000 vehicles had been produced worldwide. The Land Cruiser was Toyota's best-selling vehicle in the United States. In 1974, the 3.0-liter, four-cylinder diesel B engine was introduced. The introduction of this engine boosted sales in Japan and made the Toyota Land Cruiser a compact truck with lower taxes than the gasoline version. In 1976, the FJ40 and FJ55 were equipped with front disc brakes.

Toyota Land Cruiser, a popular SUV often driven in harsh road conditions, may encounter several common issues over time, impacting its engine, braking system, cooling system, and other components. Firstly, drivers may notice blue smoke, increased oil consumption, or sudden engine stoppage. These issues, often indicated by decreased power and acceleration, rough idling, misfiring, or the illumination of the Check Engine Light, can stem from a faulty EGR valve, spark plug, oil filter, fuel filter, or drive belt. Secondly, the Land Cruiser's braking system may prematurely fail, resulting in noisy brakes, poor brake response, or pulsating brake pedals, usually due to a worn brake pad set, brake disc, or brake drum. Cooling system failures are also common, primarily affecting the radiator, radiator hose, and thermostat gasket. The SUV's suspension system may encounter issues with components like bell housing and sway bar bushing. Other daily-use parts like the seat belt, wheel seal, and cabin air filter also require regular attention, as any issues with these parts can significantly affect the driving experience.

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Toyota Land Cruiser Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to replace the starter/solenoid assembly in a Toyota Land Cruiser?
    A: 1980-87 models have a lever and pinion gear solenoid on the starter body. 1988 and later models have two gear reduction starters. If the gear reduction starter is faulty, replace the entire Starter Motor/solenoid assembly. Detach the battery's negative terminal. Caution: Obtain the correct activation code for the stereo's anti-theft system. Remove the starter assembly from the engine. Remove Starter Solenoid mounting bolts and separate it from the starter body. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: How to check and replace a coil in a Toyota Land Cruiser?
    A: Disconnect the Car Batteries's negative terminal, noting any stereo anti-theft codes. Remove the coil's plastic shield, if present. Take off coil mounting bolts and connect ohmmeter probes. Measure resistance between coil terminals for primary resistance, and between positive and high tension terminals for secondary resistance, comparing each to specified values. If values are outside the specified range, replace the Ignition Coil. For replacement, remove the heat shield, disconnect and label wires from the coil, remove mounting screws and lift coil out. Reverse these steps for installation.
  • Q: How to test and replace the fuel-injected engine's fuel level sending unit on Toyota Land Cruiser?
    A: For 1988-1990 models, you'll need to remove the fuel tank to access the Fuel Level Sensor. For 1991-1996 models, remove the middle seat for access. Before testing, determine the tank's actual fuel level. On 1988-1990 models, test resistance via the harness connector near the tank. On 1991 and later models, access the unit after removing the rear seat and fuel pump cover. The full tank resistance should be around 17 ohms for 1988-1990 models and 3.0 ohms for 1991 and later models. The nearly empty tank resistance should be about 120 ohms for 1988-1990 and 110 ohms for 1991 and later. Incorrect readings require replacement. The unit's resistance can also be tested with the float arm down (empty) and up (full). To replace, remove the fuel pump assembly, extract the Fuel Level Sensor, disconnect the electrical connectors, and remove the bracket screw. Reverse steps for installation.
  • Q: How to remove and install a fuel-injected engine's accelerator cable?
    A: To remove the throttle cable, first disconnect the battery's negative terminal. Then loosen the throttle body's locknut and remove the cable end. Detach the Accelerator Cable from the accelerator pedal by removing bolts and sliding out the cable end. Remove bolts securing the cable casing to the firewall and pull out the cable. For installation, reverse these steps, ensuring the grommet is seated properly. For adjustment, depress the pedal fully, check the throttle opening, and adjust if necessary. Finally, tighten the locknuts and verify the throttle closes when the pedal is released.