SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS, LUBRICANTS: Land Cruiser (FJ-, BJ-, HJ-, 60 & 70 series)

drexx

 
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Can this service specification make it into the FAQ? I compiled this because I'm consolidating my LC maintenance info and it's 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, Gregory's... I didn't consult them for fear of getting erroneous info.

Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ-60, -62)
Engine model: 2F, 4.2L inline-6 cylinder gas-engine
Engine model: 3F, 4.0L inline-6 cylinder gas-engine
Fuel type: 91 RON unleaded, 90L
Engine oil, 2F: API SF, 8L (with oil filter change)
Engine oil, 3F: API SF, 7.8L (with oil filter change)
Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 16.5L
Manual transmission (model H41): API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 3.5L

Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (BJ-60, BJ-70)
Engine model: 3B, 3.4L inline-4 cylinder diesel-engine
Fuel type: 40 cetane number, 90L
Engine oil: API CC, 6.7L (with oil filter change)
Coolant, BJ-60: Ethylene-glycol based, 13.3L
Coolant, BJ-70: Ethylene-glycol based, 13.8L
Manual transmission (model H55F): API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 4.9L

Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (HJ-60, -61, -70 series)
Engine model: 2H, 4.0L inline-6 cylinder diesel-engine
Engine model: 12H-T, 4.0L inline-6 cylinder turbo diesel-engine
Fuel type: 40 cetane number, 90L
Engine oil, 2H: API CC, 10.7L (with oil filter change)
Engine oil, 12H-T: API CD, 10.7L (with oil filter change)
Coolant, HJ-60, -61: Ethylene-glycol based, 15.4L
Coolant, HJ-70: Ethylene-glycol based, 14.2L
Manual transmission (model H55F): API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 4.9L

Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ-60, -73, -75 series; BJ-60, -73, -75 series; HJ60, -75 series)
Transmission, manual (H41): API GL-4 or GL-5, 3.5L
Transmission, manual (H55): API GL-4 or GL-5, 4.9L
Transmission, automatic (A440F): ATF Dexron II, 15L (dry fill) or 5L (drain & refill)
Transfer case (with H41 or H55F): API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 2.2L
Transfer case (with A440F): API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 2.1L
Differential, front: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 3.0L
Differential, rear: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 2.5L (use LSD oil for LSDs)
Power take-off: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 0.5L
Winch, mechanical: API GL-4, SAE 90, 0.3L
Winch, electrical: ATF type F, 2L
Steering gear housing: API GL-4, SAE 90, 0.63L
Power steering: ATF Dexron or Dexron-II, 0.81L (total) or 0.390L (tank only)
Steering knuckle: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
Steering link ends: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
Wheel bearing grease: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
Propeller shaft: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
Brake fluid: SAE F1703 or DOT-3

Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (RJ-70, -73 series)
Engine model: 22R-E, 2.4L inline-4 cylinder gas-engine
Fuel type: 91 RON, 90L
Engine oil: API SG, 4.3L (with oil filter change)
Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 11L (with fr/rr heaters)
Tranmission: API GL-4 or GL-5, 2.6L
Transfer case: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 2.1L
Power take-off: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 0.5L
Differentials, fr & rr: API GL-5, 1.98L & 1.85L
Winch, mechanical: API GL-4, SAE 90, 0.3L
Winch, electrical: ATF type F, 2L
Power steering: ATF Dexron-II
Steering knuckle: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
Steering link ends: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
Wheel bearing grease: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
Propeller shaft: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
Brake fluid: SAE J1703 or DOT-3

Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (LJ-70, -73 series; KZJ-70, -73, -77 series; HZJ-70, 73, -75 series)
Engine model: 2L-T, 2.4L inline-4 cylinder turbo diesel-engine
Engine model: 1KZ-T, 3.0L inline-4 cylinder turbo diesel-engine
Engine model: 1HZ, 4.2L inline-6 cylinder diesel-engine
Fuel type: 48 cetane number, 90L
Engine oil, 2L-T: API CD, 6.7L (with oil filter change)
Engine oil, 1KZ-T: API CD, 8L (with oil filter change)
Engine oil, 1HZ: API CD, 9.5L (with oil filter change)
Coolant, 2L-T: Ethylene-glycol based, 11.5L (with fr/rr heaters)
Coolant, 1KZ-T: Ethylene-glycol based, 12L (with fr/rr heaters)
Coolant, 1HZ: Ethylene-glycol based, 11.6L (with fr/rr heaters)
Tranmission, 2L-T & 1KZ-T: API GL-4 or GL-5, 3.0L
Tranmission, 1HZ: API GL-4 or GL-5, 4.9L
Transfer case, 2L-T & 1KZ-T: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 2.1L
Transfer case, 1HZ: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 2.2L
Power take-off: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 90, 0.5L
Differentials (2L-T & 1KZ-T), fr & rr: API GL-5, 1.98L & 1.85L
Differentials (1HZ), fr & rr: API GL-5, 2.6L & 2.5L
Winch, mechanical: API GL-4, SAE 90, 0.3L
Winch, electrical: ATF type F, 2L
Power steering: ATF Dexron-II
Steering knuckle: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
Steering link ends: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
Wheel bearing grease: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
Propeller shaft: Lithium-base multi-purpose, NLGI-2
Brake fluid: SAE J1703 or DOT-3
 
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Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (HJ-60, -61, -70 series)
Engine model: 2H, 4.0L inline-4 cylinder diesel-engine
Engine model: 12H-T, 4.0L inline-4 cylinder turbo diesel-engine

shouldn't these be 6 cylinders?

Excellent work my friend!!! very well indeed!!!

have one on me...... :beer: :beer:
 

drexx

 
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joelthommohj60 said:
Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (HJ-60, -61, -70 series)
Engine model: 2H, 4.0L inline-4 cylinder diesel-engine
Engine model: 12H-T, 4.0L inline-4 cylinder turbo diesel-engine
shouldn't these be 6 cylinders?
Excellent work my friend!!! very well indeed!!!
have one on me...... :beer: :beer:
Fixed it, many thanks for spotting it!
 

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agreed.

maybe mike can create a sticky thread that contains general maintanance reference info, links and downloads with no chat, just posts.

thanks for doing the legwork drexx.
 

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Engine oil, 2H: API CC, 10.7L (with oil filter change)

Someone using Castrol 20W-50 in 2H engines . ? recently changet from 15W-40 ( Castrol ) to get better oil pressure at low RPM ..
 
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lowtideride said:
2fs take 91 octane??? eek hope not....good work brotha...
91RON

translates to about 85 RON/MON average I think (however mine would ping like crazy on 85 in the heat)
 

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Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ-62)
Engine model: 3FE, 4.0L inline-6 cylinder gas-engine, electronic fuel injected
Automatic transmission, A440F 4-Speed Automatic: Dexron II

Also found a cool Toyo tech article on Electronically Controlled Transmissions at http://www.autoshop101.com/forms/h17.pdf
 
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castrol 20-50

Tapage said:
Engine oil, 2H: API CC, 10.7L (with oil filter change)

Someone using Castrol 20W-50 in 2H engines . ? recently changet from 15W-40 ( Castrol ) to get better oil pressure at low RPM ..
been using it for many years; excellent stuff; used to buy it in 55 Gal drums........brother in law who was one of exxons top lubrication engineers told me that exxon had never been able to surpass it, this was before synthetics but since the disasters of Mobil One in aviation engines 10 years ago have been reluctant to go synthetic!..........comments appreciated,

Lou
 

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6s -
Tell us more about the Mobil1 aviation disasters.

Porsche specs Mobil1 for all its engines, which is enough for me.
 
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So I've got a 2h in my hj60, and i've tried putting in 10.7 litres of oil and it has 2x in a row been two much. I suppose i should have noticed the first time. I think mine is taking roughly 7.5 litres of oil. Just an fyi for everyone looking at this...

Question: does anyone know how much fluid the auto transmission takes on the hj60---the a440. Thanks.
 

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Great thread!
The h55 transmission has brass in itl. Some ep additives in gl5 "corrode" the brass over time. Newer oils can be "buffered" to reduce or eliminate this. It's worth looking into, even thought the manual does state gl5 can be used.
 
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Pretty sure the wheel bearings are spec's for clay based grease rather than lithium like the birfs.
 
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