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90,000 Mile Service

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by BMT, Aug 11, 2003.

  1. BMT

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    Can someone with a FSM post what is required at the 90,000 mile service on a 94 FZJ ???. Is there anything else that should be done at this time that isn't on the list. Thanks.
     
  2. Hltoppr

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    I think swapping non-locker axles for OEM locking axles is highly recommended. ;)

    I'll be in Vegas this weekend....cerveza sometime?

    -H-
     
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    Most definitely :D We will also do the 4WD playground outside my place. Bringing the cruiser?
     
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    We're doing the Birfs and trunions sometime with that 90K service, right?

    -H-
     
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    I think I might just sell it and buy a Nissan Patrol like Jim Phillips. :D
     
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    I know where you can get one for $500... I'm sure your wife wouldn't get too pissed....right!?

    -H-
     
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    Is that the same one that has been for sale for over a year? Needs a clutch assembly and the doors are hacked up?
     
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    Maybe I should buy it for the "cabin". You know...an around town rig.
     
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    I think the neighbors would complain....wait! We could put a BMW emblem on the hood...then no one would bitch!

    -H-
     
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    Oh well...I guess I will need to call Dan and order a FSM. I was hoping to use the money on my new 50hp exhaust. :D
     
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    I don't think you'll find the recommended service listed in the FSM. At least I can't find that info in the FSM for my 97 or the FSM for my 96 Tacoma. This is really one of my pet peeves about Toyota, the fact that they really don't seem to define the service really well, at least not to the consumer.

    For example, the service record that came with my Tacoma when new says to check the timing belt at 60,000 and then make no other mention of it. It never says to replace it at any interval.

    Also, if you really do want to buy a FSM (not to undercut Dan here - I know he has dogs to feed) but you might check Burien Toyota in the Seattle area. They pretty much sell them at cost. I got mine for about $75.00 and got a new owners manual for $10.00.

    Tom
     
  13. cruiserdan

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    Interesting,

    Owners manuals usually LIST for $9.95 (unless it's a reprint for an older vehicle). Current list price for a 97 FSM is $81.95. A 94 model book lists for $94.95

    As far as recommended intervals, they were removed from FSM's and placed in a separate booklet that came along with the owners manual package. I believe that was in 96.

    Dan.
     
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    Hmmmm, guess I just thought I was getting a good price.

    Tom
     
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    Tom, you'll find that "smart shoppers" usually do pretty good around here...

    8)

    CDan, your "inbox" is full....What's a case of 20004s going for these days?

    -H-
     
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    Mr. C is popular. Charge Hltoppr double, he's big money. :D Tom, thank you for the info. I wonder why Toyota took out the info and put it in the owners package. ??? I guess so owners would have the info without the FSM. CDan, got my care package today. Thanks again.
     
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    BMT, the intervals are in the front of my 92 FSM, I'm pretty sure its the same for a 94. You need me to copy it for you for Vegas delivery?

    -H-
     
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    [quote author=Hltoppr link=board=2;threadid=4247;start=msg32253#msg32253 date=1060891284]


    CDan, your "inbox" is full....What's a case of 20004s going for these days?

    -H-
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    Yea it is, LOL. The new upgrade caps it at 50 and I'm 264% full :eek: I've been editing and printing the stuff I need to save so I can get more :D I'll Pm that to you when I get the closet cleaned up.
     
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    Wouldn't hurt. Thanks. When are you hitting town?
     
  20. Hltoppr

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    BMT,

    Manana Noche, about 9:30 or 10. Gotta go to Pine Top/Lakeside tomorrow for a hearing....can you say "dog and pony show" boys and girls. ::)

    Dan, try to not be so popular... 8)

    -H-