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SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS, LUBRICANTS: Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ-, FZJ-, HZJ-, HDJ-80)

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by drexx, Jun 29, 2005.

  1. drexx

    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 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, Gregpry's, and other books, I didn't consult them for fear of getting erroneous info.

    Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ-80)
    Engine model: 3FE, 4.0L gas-engine
    Fuel type: 91 RON unleaded, 95L
    Engine oil: API SG, 7.8L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 19.5L (with fr/rr heaters)
    Transmission, automatic: ATF Dexron-II, 15.4L (dry fill) or 6L (drain & refill)
    Transfer case, HF2A: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 1.3L
    Differential, front: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 2.8L
    Differential, rear: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 2.8L
    Power steering: ATF Dexron-II, 0.75L (total) or 0.51L (tank only)
    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 (FZJ-80)
    Engine model: 1FZ-F (carburated) or 1FZ-FE (EFI), 4.5L inline-6 cylinder gas-engine
    Fuel type: 91 RON unleaded, 95L (+50L with sub-tank)
    Engine oil, 1FZ-F: API SG, 7.6L (with oil filter change)
    Engine oil, 1FZ-FE: API SH, 7.4L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 13.4L (with fr/rr heaters)
    Transmission, automatic (A343F): ATF Dexron-II, 1.9L (drain & refill)
    Transfer case, HF2AV: API GL-3 or GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 1.7L
    Differential, front: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 2.8L
    Differential, rear: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 3.25L (use LSD oil for LSDs)
    Power steering: ATF Dexron-II
    Steering knuckle: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium-base, NLGI-2
    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 (HZJ-80)
    Engine model: 1HZ, 4.2L inline-6 cylinder diesel-engine
    Fuel type: 50 cetane number, 95L (+50L with sub-tank)
    Engine oil: API CC or CD, 9.3L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant: Ethylene-glycol based, 11.9L (with fr/rr heaters)
    Transmission, manual: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 2.7L
    Transmission, automatic: ATF Dexron-II, 15L (dry fill) or 6L (drain & refill)
    Transfer case, HF2A and HF1A: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 1.3L
    Transfer case, HF2AV: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 1.7L
    Power take-off: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 0.1L
    Winch, mechanical (2000 kg-f): API GL-4, SAE 90, 0.5L
    Winch, electrical (1000 kg-f): ATF type F, 2L
    Differential, front: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 2.8L
    Differential, rear: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 3.25L (use LSD oil for LSDs)
    Power steering: ATF Dexron-II
    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-80)
    Engine model: 1HD-T (12 valve) or 1HD-FT (24-valve), 4.2L inline-6 cylinder turbo diesel-engine
    Fuel type: 48 cetane number, 95L (+50L with sub-tank)
    Engine oil, 1HD-T: API CD, 9.3L (with oil filter change)
    Engine oil, 1HD-FT: API CD, 9.7L (with oil filter change)
    Coolant, 1HD-T: Ethylene-glycol based, 11.9L (with fr/rr heaters)
    Coolant, 1HD-FT: Ethylene-glycol based, 12L (with fr/rr heaters)
    Transmission, manual (H155F): API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 2.7L
    Transmission, automatic: ATF Dexron-II, 15L (dry fill) or 6L (drain & refill)
    Transfer case, HF2A and HF1A: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 1.3L
    Transfer case, HF2AV: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 1.7L
    Power take-off: API GL-4 or GL-5, SAE 75w90, 0.1L
    Winch, mechanical (2000 kg-f): API GL-4, SAE 90, 0.5L
    Winch, electrical (1000 kg-f): ATF type F, 2L
    Differential, front: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 2.8L
    Differential, rear: API GL-5 hypoid gear oil, SAE 80w90, 3.25L (use LSD oil for LSDs)
    Power steering: ATF Dexron-II, 0.8L
    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. RavenTai

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    could you post an oil viscosity chart for the FZJ80 from your area?
     
  3. drexx

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    I'd be glad to! It's for the 1FZ-F (carb, not EFI) and HZJ and HDJ models though... As soon as I get back to the office for the scanner.
     
  4. RavenTai

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    Oh no need to scan in an image unless you want to, a text translation would be just fine.

    Was the 1FZ-FE never sold in the Philippines? I had heard about carbed 1FZ’s never had figured out where they were sold. There is a false lobe on my intake cam complete with oiling hole to drive a mechanical fuel pump that is not there.

    I wonder what effect that has on creation of the oil viscosity chart? Did they take fuel dilution into account? I would guess F chart is the same as the FE chart for other non US countries, the US chart (or lack there of) is a compromise.
     
  5. Kalawang

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    My 1HD-T needs 10.5 liters to top the full mark on the dip stick w/ filter change. Did it 3x already.


    Kalawang
     
  6. MH_Stevens

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    Changing timing chain/belt

    I was just making a list of service items to get my new 97 up to date and according to my maintainance chart it is not necesssary to ever replace the timing chain. Is this true and can I drive at 106K miles in confidence it will not break or slip? I had the timing belt go on my so-called non-interfearence Sebring a year ago and the engine is still in bits.
     
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    can you tell me which bolt is for checking the transfer case oil. there are three on th eside of mine.

    thanks,
     
  8. 4x4CPOSEADOG

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    Drexx hasn't been here in a long time but to answer your question, the bolt/fill plug for checking the transfer case fluid is the one located at 8 o'clock position facing the rear of the truck. It is a 24mm fill plug.
     
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    LONG LIVE THE 4X4 GURUZZZZZZZ :clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::cheers::cheers:
     
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    91octane for the 3fe? Did not know they run premium!
     
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    91 RON (ERO/AUS) = 87 OCT (US)