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      jonheld replied to the thread 91 factory lockers.
      As previously stated, the 91/92 FJ80 did not come with factory front and rear lockers. Factory lockers were available from 93 on. All US spec 80 Series from 91-97 had a locking center diff.
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      jonheld replied to the thread 91 factory lockers.
      The CENTER DIFF LOCK button (CDL) on the dash of the 91/92 FJ80 was standard. It allows you to lock the center differential in high range, and it automatically locks the center in low range. It is NOT front and rear axle lockers, as these were...
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      OK, I'm out. Lotsa luck.
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      jonheld reacted to gummycarbs's post in the thread RTH Help me diagnose by bad brakes with Like Like.
      Baloney, chicken legs. LOL Anyway, you seem more interested in arguing with people who are giving their free time to help you than you are in actually solving your problem, so I'm out. Maybe the brakes actually work fine and the whole problem...
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      jonheld reacted to nukegoat's post in the thread RTH Help me diagnose by bad brakes with Like Like.
      New pads mean the seals are riding on a different part of the piston. If the rotor is misaligned to the caliper for some reason (bent, loose wheel bearings, etc) then it's conceivable even that the piston is cocking over in the bore etc. Lots of...
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      jonheld reacted to gummycarbs's post in the thread RTH Help me diagnose by bad brakes with Like Like.
      Incidentally, the FSM shows the braking system pressure reaching nearly 1,500 PSI up front and 800 PSI in the rear. If your bleed nipples weren't flowing, then you definitely had debris packed from the back side (inside the caliper), because no...
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      That empty socket has no wires going to it off of that harness. Likely something for a different market. Does anything not work on the truck?
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      Your words, "I changed out the rear bleeders to speed bleeders because me OEM bleeders were plugged up with muck and wouldn't bleed." "I noticed the lines closest to the calipers were pretty cracked" These are clear signs of neglect.
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      The fact that the brakes got worse after a pad replacement indicates that the rotors may be severely grooved. If that's the case, then it will take some time for the pads to bed into the existing rotors. It also sounds like the brake system has...
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      Each chart covers different items. The second chart only contains indicator/warning lights in the gauge cluster. The first chart has things like the shifter backlight and dome lights. Probably the line that says HVAC. You should really...
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      There's no such thing as LX450 specific bulbs. You use the exact same bulbs as every other 80 Series Land Cruiser.
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      jonheld reacted to LDowney's post in the thread CMCC 2022 registration is now open! with Like Like.
      Fully understood that plans for the expo run are not changed. The communication from the event staff was absolutely clear. Thanks for the replies but I made no reference to the expo run so sorry for your confusion. I had no interest in the...
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      As stated in the email, this does not effect the ExpoCMCC run. If you intend to run with that group, please register for the ExpoCMCC run on the page. http://gclcli.com/coal-mine-cruiser-classic/expocmcc/
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      jonheld replied to the thread WDYD Gauge cluster.
      Not the right number of tally lights for your truck. The A440F has D, 3, 2, L. Yes, the gear light cluster is removable.
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      jonheld reacted to BILT4ME's post in the thread Drive Shaft joint WTH ?? with Like Like.
      I just unscrew the plug, poke in the tip (just the tip) of the gun and pump away. If it overflows when I'm pumping, I pull it out, wipe it off and go home. Wait.......whut?
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      jonheld reacted to OGBeno's post in the thread 3fe ecu question with Like Like.
      -84 means that the part has been remanufactured by Toyota. You can no longer buy these units new. They are remanufactured only from Toyota or any other source you purchase from.
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      jonheld reacted to Nemesis1207's post in the thread Cut out box overheating with Like Like.
      OK, from what's been shown so far, I think it's clear you can't assume anything about your rig matches stock wiring, in the engine bay at least. I would suggest you need to break out the multimeter, and start mapping out your own wiring diagram...
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      jonheld replied to the thread Cut out box overheating.
      You show 4 round metal relays in the first picture you posted. The top right is the EFI MAIN. The top left is the horn. The bottom right is unknown. The bottom left is the condenser fan relay. The ONLY 2 that are compatible are the EFI MAIN and...
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      jonheld replied to the thread Cut out box overheating.
      The 1FZ-FE typically does not have heat related issues in that relay box because the exhaust manifold is on the opposite side of the engine bay. As was said earlier, AC cut off is directly related to engine coolant temperature. Do you have an...
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      jonheld reacted to Pighead's post in the thread Drive Shaft joint WTH ?? with Like Like.
      African or European?
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      jonheld replied to the thread Driver Side Tie Rod Part Number?.
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      jonheld replied to the thread Cut out box overheating.
      So this is a 3FE engine from a 1991? Or was there an engine swap? Is it petrol or diesel?
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      jonheld replied to the thread Drive Shaft joint WTH ??.
      Why are you stressing about this? Why don't you just drop the drive shaft and fix it. It's 8 14mm nuts and bolts and will take 5 minutes to remove and replace the zirks on a bench. Any auto parts store will have a bag of multiple size zirks for...
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      All your questions would be answered by Cruiser TEQ.
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      jonheld replied to the thread Drive Shaft joint WTH ??.
      Yank the spring out and use a small e—z out to get the rest. Screw in a new zirk. Done.
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