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SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS, FLUIDS: Land Cruiser (UZJ-, HDJ-, FZJ-, HZJ-100 series)

Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' 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.
    ** FZJ- and HZJ- info to follow soon!

    Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (UZJ-100, or LX 470)
    Engine model: 2UZ-FE, 4.7L v8 cylinder gas-engine
    Fuel type: 96 RON unleaded, 96L
    Engine oil: API SJ (API SL for y2004), 6.8L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 15.4L (with fr/rr heaters)
    Transmission, automatic (A343F): ATF Dexron-II or -III, 15.4L (dry fill) or 2L (drain & refill)
    Transmission, automatic (A750F): ATF T-IV, 11.6L (dry fill) or 3L (drain & refill)
    Transfer case: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 1.3L
    Differential, front: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 1.6L
    Differential, rear: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 3.3L (use LSD oil for LSDs)
    Power steering: ATF Dexron-II, 0.8L (total)
    Front drive shaft thrust bearings: Synthetic oil & lithium soap base chassis grease, NLGI-1
    Propeller shaft: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
    Wheel bearing grease: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
    Brake fluid: SAE J1703 or FMVSS 116 DOT-3

    Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (HDJ-100)
    Engine model: 1HD-FTE, 4.2L inline-6 cylinder turbo diesel-engine
    Fuel type: 50 cetane number, 96L
    Engine oil: API CF, ACEA B3-96, 11.4L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 13.3L (with fr/rr heaters)
    Transmission, manual (H155F): API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 2.7L
    Transmission, automatic (A442F): ATF Dexron-II, L (dry fill) or 2.8L (drain & refill)
    Transmission, automatic (A750F): ATF T-IV, 11.6L (dry fill) or 3L (drain & refill)
    Transfer case: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 1.3L
    Differential, front: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 1.6L
    Differential, rear: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 3.3L (use LSD oil for LSDs)
    Power steering: ATF Dexron-II, 0.8L (total)
    Front drive shaft thrust bearings: Synthetic oil & lithium soap base chassis grease, NLGI-1
    Propeller shaft: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
    Wheel bearing grease: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
    Brake fluid: SAE J1703 or FMVSS 116 DOT-3
     
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  2. Silencedj

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    hi guys, I'm in doubt to change the oil in my 2002 hdj100 rig, 417.000 km odo, 5w40 is ok?
     
  3. bulax99

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    Thank you for this. I could have used this yesterday while searching the forum for gear oil type and amount!
     
  4. dace voit

    dace voit

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    For the UZJ-100 A750F transmission, I know the later units use the Toyota WS fluid. Is that the same as T-IV?

    Also, it has been my experience that the drain and refill for the A343F is 4qts. The manual says 2qts. but that has to be a misprint as 2qts. doesn't even show up on the dipstick. That's been discussed on the 80 forum. I've changed the oil in it at least 6 times and it's been the same every time. It's the same in a 2001 4runner that I work on as well(I don't know the trans code for that one).

    EDIT: WS and T-IV fluid are different.

    Some more on that:What do you guys think is so special about the new WS transmission fluid?
     
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