One change that hapened during the 1HD-FT's production cycle was the location of the coolant drain on the left hand side of the block.
Early blocks had a brass drain plug in the bottom of the alloy oil cooler cover. Later blocks used a different oil cooler cover without the drain, but the...
Theres various ways to go about this. Search for 'EGR' in the 80 section of the forum at www.tlocuk.co.uk as the Euro spec 1HD-FT only came equipped with EGR.
One way is to join the valves and vacuumn solenoids to themselves.
If your after the Toyota part numbers they are -
22100-58830 Manual gearbox
22100-58780 Manual gearbox
22100-58790 Auto transmission
If your after the Denso part numbers i only have the one for the Japanese manual -
Dragging this thread up from the depths - kicking and screaming...
Well this topic has been lying almost dead and buried in the back of mind for some time now. The only spark of interest was the fact that the EPC shows the 1HZ-T engine label under the 'Caution plate & name plate (engine)'...
Im pretty sure the reason why the 'B' series radiators changed is due to the introduction of power steering.
It looks as though power steering wasnt available until 10/81. Up until then the upper radiator hose joined the radiator on the RH side. After 10/81 it changed with the upper hose...
And lastly, just for reference, heres the tag of a manual 14B-T injection pump - because theres squat in the way of information out there for this engine. Maybe it means something to someone?
Ive only ever seen that setup once, it was on a BJ60 that i stripped the H55F out of. You could tell the parts were OEM and not something someone fabbed up, but i really didnt have any idea what it was for.
I stumbled across it in the EPC under the 'propeller shaft' diagram. Theres a different...
Heres a few pictures of the alloy B series cruiser bellhousing.
These two pics show H55F setups - the gruby one is the original unit out of my 01/1985 BJ61, while the cleaner one is from a BJ74 i rebuilt as a replacement.
And heres the BJ74 box still bolted to its engine.
The JDM HJ61 was only available with the high roof, other markets such as Australia had the option of both low and high roof models.
It looks as though the General and European markets got both the manual and auto from 10/85. The Japanese on the other hand got the manual from 10/85, but waited...
Im not sure about other models/markets, but the JDM BJ60 swapped oil filter housings at 11-1984. Pre - hanging, post - inverted.
The gasket between the oil filter housing and the main oil cooler cover didnt change its part number, so the two different housings should swap.
Out of interest...