SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS, FLUIDS: Land Cruiser (FJ-, BJ-, HJ-, 40 & 55 series)

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by drexx, Jun 29, 2005.

  1. drexx

    drexx

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    Can this service specification info make it into the FAQ? I compiled this because I'm consolidating my LC maintenance info and it was easier to reference now. If there are any corrections, please feel free to tell me about it!

    * I got this info from geniune Toyota publications & service manuals. Though I have the Haynes, Max Ellery, and other books, I didn't consult them for fear of getting erroneous info.

    Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ-40, -43, -45, -55 series)
    Engine model: F, 3.9L inline-6 cylinder gas-engine
    Engine model: 2F, 4.2L inline-6 cylinder gas-engine
    Fuel type, 2F: 91 RON, 85L
    Engine oil, F: API SD, 7L
    Engine oil, 2F: API SC, 7.8L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant, F: drinkable water, 15.2L
    Coolant, 2F: Ethylene-glycol based, 16.5L

    Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (BJ-40, -42, -43, -45, -46, series)
    Engine model: B, 3.0L inline-4 cylinder diesel-engine
    Engine model: 3B, 3.4L inline-4 cylinder diesel-engine
    Fuel type: 40 cetane number, 85L
    Engine oil: API CC, 6.7L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 13.3L

    Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (HJ-47)
    Engine model: H, 4.0L inline-6 cylinder diesel-engine
    Fuel type: 40 cetane number, 85L
    Engine oil: API CC, 9.7L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 15.4L

    Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ-40, -43, -44, -45, -55 series; BJ-40, -43 series; HJ-45, -47 series)
    Transmission, J30: API GL-4, SAE 90, 1.7L
    Transmission, H41: API GL-4, SAE 90, 3.1L
    Transfer case, without PTO: API GL-4, SAE 90, 1.7L
    Transfer case, with PTO: API GL-4, SAE 90, 2.1L
    Differentials: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 2.5L (use LSD oil for LSDs)
    Steering box: API GL-4, SAE 90, 600cc
    Power steering: 0.8L (total, or 0.3L for pump only), ATF type Dexron
    Front winch: API GL-4, SAE 90, 600cc
    Chassis grease: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
    Steering knuckle & front-axle shaft grease: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
    Wheel bearing grease: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
    Brake fluid: SAE J1703 or DOT-3
     
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    Kewl, does the 85L in 'fuel type' mean its an 85 ltr tank or what???
     
  3. drexx

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    Yup! So, 85L comes to about 22.45 US gallons.
     
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    woody unhelpful spotter Staff Member Admin

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    is this the same as the one n the 60 corner?

    whichh one do you want to keep and which one to delete? posting in both FAQ's is great, no reason for two identical threads tho...
     
  5. drexx

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    Nope, this is different... this is for the 40 & 55 series, while the other is for the 60- & 70-series. Yet another one is for the 80-series, while the last is for the 105- & 105-series.
     
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