I recently purchased new LED headlights and ran into probably the same issue. Some LCs carry a "negative switching" instead of a "positive switching"; that said, the switching polarity should be corrected with a 5 pin relay. I'd try to explain myself better but this previous thread...
looks good! nice work mate.
Are you willing to cut the rectangular section for the rubber adapter to the air filter canister as well?
In my case I had a little help and used my old man's troopy as template for installation in my BJ74.
There's a small lever in the fuel pump, which cuts the fuel supply to the injectors. You can just pull it to get the engine shut down until you figure out how to fix the vsv shut-off.
Have a look at the second pic on this thread for guidance:
13B-T Fuel Adjustment - Power Increase; ANSWERED...
Yes, fortunately the axle came up to be a direct swap from another BJ74. Just had to disconnect the brake lines and take the leaf springs out.
I had the semi-floating axle for a couple of weeks and another LC owner bought it (aparently spare axles aren't that common here).
Interested in this inquiry; I just finished a complete paintjob and couldn't redo the FRP windows since the weatherstrip that goes between the FRP to and window frame is NLA.
I contacted Cruiserparts since one of the part numbers retrieved a result after a google search but answered this was...
They actually are; I changed my Safari Snorkel for the OEM set-up using all part numbers from a 2006 HZJ78 (air filter canister, plates, ducts and cap). It will be difficult to measure the bolts' spots and fender intake hole though; I had a troopy available at the time and made the job a lot...
Doing an image search in google directs to Yahoo Auctions in Japan:
There seems to be options, for what I've been able to translate and understand
FRP Top (for front seats only) -> 52,700 yen or USD 520
Whole set (FRP, supports and soft...
Might just be a fancy cap or work as a relief/check valve for vacuum in the system. Can't be sure.
There are more experienced guys with this topics in the forum that will certainly contribute.
PD. Did you try having the 4WD engaged by capping the wholes with something else other...
I'm not sure if that cylinder should come off that easily; I thought it was attached/glued to the solenoid. Anyhow; another one should be installed in the other solenoid. I'll take a pic of my rig's and upload it.
Well, the VSV's won't interfere with the 4WD if you use the transfer lever (L4).
Still, I really don't know how the internals of these solenoids work but surely someone else in the forum might be able to further explain it and why the H4 button still works.
Glad I could help.
Hey there Cal
1. That couple of cylinder-shaped doodads are VSVs (vacuum switching valve) that activate the 4WD in the transfer case (via the 4WD button in the dashboard). Each of these should get 2 vacuum lines as well as a couple of wires. It seems that the one on top is broken and someone...