Hello,So I have an H150F transmission and it looks like it holds 2.7 quarts if my internet info is correct. Any idea what the transfer case holds? Maybe just under 2? I didn't get an owners manual and I can't find anything on line.
That's good information. Thanks. Sounds like MT-90 75W90 GL-4 would be worth a shot if I decide to change it.Hello,
The transfer holds 1.7 quarts. The H150F holds 2.7 quarts.
Recommended oil is API GL-4 or GL-5 SAE 75W90.
H150F/H151F are sensitive to oil, especially when shifting from 1st to 2nd gear. If you use the recommended type, shifting is smooth.
These transmissions make a click after shifting gears. Over time, the click becomes a little less noticeable but remains there. It is a feedback mechanism intended to prevent gear slipping, a common occurrence with the H55F in old age.
Early models (up to 1995) may not shift into reverse at first. Should this happen, release the clutch, wait a couple seconds, engage and try again. This is not an issue and it is documented in the owner's manual.
Thanks. It's in very good shape to be 25 years old. Most of them are pretty beat up by now. It has some touch up here and there but overall that's the original paint and decals. The frame looks like it just came off the assembly line. It was owned by the National Gas and Industrial company. Has 268k kilometers but it must have just been used to go from point A to B and not for real work.That is one sweet original, WDE. I've never seen anything close in a 1995. It must have been kept indoors! Looks like original paint from what I can see.
Very common over here. Agree; very cool. I want to get an additional spare and mount it in the bed. Just need to get the hardware.I've seen quite a few truck beds but I've never seen one that had TOYOTA stamped in the forward portion.
Thats a bed-liner thats on that truck, which is a really cool Toyota one!I've seen quite a few truck beds but I've never seen one that had TOYOTA stamped in the forward portion.
I didn't realize it was a bed liner. Looks very nice.Thats a bed-liner thats on that truck, which is a really cool Toyota one!
looks like you can get a few knock-offs as well.
Keep in mind that you will need one that accommodates the second fuel tank fill nozzle area that protrudes into the bed. My pickup only has a single tank.Thanks WDE. I could not find the product on their website--unless it is identical to the one for the Hi-Lux pickup. So I filled in their contact form and mentioned your serial number to see what they say. No response as of yet. I also tried googling for bed liners here in Dubai but really did not find anything, but I've not had a lot of luck doing that in general here. The relevant businesses in the UAE often just don't have a meaningful web presence.
Here's the same area of the passenger side of my RHD 1993. Looks like the factory laid soundproofing right over whatever that hole was for. From the top, you can see the dimple in the soundproofing to the left of the jack. From below, you can see the soundproofing thru the hole.Truck is missing the jack and tools. I need to make a trip to the Riyadh wrecker yards to see if I can find replacements. Just curious though, anyone know what the circled hole is for behind the driver’s seat? I can’t seem to find anything in the parts diagram. View attachment 2072691