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Toyota Chassis and Body workshop and repair manual

The Toyota Land Cruiser is a series of four-wheel drive vehicles fashioned by the Japanese car maker Toyota Motor Corporation. Programming of the first generation secure Cruiser began in 1951 as Toyota's type of a Jeep-like vehicle and production started in 1954. The secure Cruiser happens to be released in convertible, hardtop, station wagon, and utility truck versions, and it is currently Toyota's flagship 4WD vehicle. The Land Cruiser's excellence and longevity has led to huge popularity, exclusively in Australia where it is the best-selling full-size, body-on-frame, four-wheel drive vehicle.Toyota also extensively tests the Land Cruiser in the Australian outbackÃ�ÃÂÃÂÃÂÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂconsidered to be one of the most challenging running environments with regards to of both environment and terrain. 40 Series 40 Series Toyota Secure Cruiser (BJ40LV) Also called Toyota Macho (Venezuela) Production 1960-1984 Assembly ARACO Yoshiwara,Aichi, Japan Body style(s) 2-door Softtop 2-door Hardtop 2-door pickup truck 4-door Station wagon Layout FR layout Engine(s) 3.0 L I4 B diesel 3.9 L I6 F petrol 4.2 L I6 2F petrol 3.6 L I6 H diesel Wheelbase 90 in (2286 mm) Size 151.2 in (3840.5 mm) Width 65.6 in (1666.2 mm) Height Softtop 76.8 in (1950.7 mm) Hardtop 78.8 in (2001.5 mm) Curb weight Softtop 3,263 lb (1,480 kg) Hardtop 3,427 lb (1,554 kg) * 1960 - The 20 Series was upgraded to the now classic 40. Toyota created numerous production changes by buying new steel presses. Automatically, the FJ40 was given a unique 125 hp, 3.9 liter F motor and the Land Cruiser finally received low-range gearing. The Brazilian unit had been rebadged the Bandeirante and received a Mercedes-Benz built Diesel engine generating 78 hp. * 1965 - Global production surpassed 50,000 vehicles. The Land Cruiser was the better selling Toyota in the United States Of America. * 1968 - The 100,000th secure Cruiser had been sold worldwide. * 1972 - The 200,000th Land Cruiser was sold globally. * 1973 - The 300,000th Land Cruiser was sold around the world. The starting diesel Land Cruiser was introduced for export on long wheelbase models with a six-cylinder H engine * 1974 - A four-cylinder 3.0-liter c diesel was offered. The introduction of this engine doubled sales in Japan by putting the Land Cruiser in a lower tax compact Freight-car market than the 3.9-liter gasoline version. Note: the brand-new B diesel system was many from the B gasoline engine used within the original BJ. * 1975 - The 3.9-liter gasoline engine was replaced by a bigger, more powerful 4.2-liter 2F unit. The FJ55 was given front disc brake system. * 1976 - United States-version FJ40 Land Cruisers was given front disk brake system like the FJ55. The Toyota Land Cruiser Association had been started in California. * 1977 - The Irish Army took delivery of the first of 77 FJ45 Land Cruisers. Although fast, legitimate and with good off-road performance the nature tended to rust excessively in the wet Irish climate. A few which did not yield to the benefits of weather were repainted in gloss olive green and survive as ceremonial gun tractors at military funerals. * 1978 - The starting BJ / FJ40 and FJ55 models were officially available in West Germany with both diesel (BJ40) and petrol engines (FJ40 /55). * 1979 - United States-version FJ40s were updated this year with a new wider, square bezel surrounding the headlights. Energy steering and cooler were offered in FJ40s for the first occasion. The diesel engine was improved, evolving into the 3.2-liter 2B exclusive in Japan. The 3.6-liter H diesel engine had been optional in some markets. * 1981 - the Diesel adaptation received front disk brakes and the a bit more powerful 3.4-liter 3B engine. 50 Series 50 Show Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ55LG) Manufacturing 1967-1980 Assembly ARACO Yoshiwara, Aichi, Japan Body style(s) 4-door station wagon Layout Front engine four-wheel drive Engine(s) 3.9 L I6 F petrol 4.2 L I6 2F petrol Transmission(s) 3 or 4-speed handbook (J30, H41 or H42) Wheelbase 2,710 mm (106.7 in) Length 4,673 mm (184.0 in) Width 1,710 mm (67.3 in) Height 1,864 mm (73.4 in) * 1967 - manufacturing of the FJ55 began. The FJ55 was a 4-door station wagon version based on the FJ40's Drive-train, replacing the 4-Door FJ45V (I). It was colloquially known as the "Moose". It offers also been referred to as a pig or an iron pig. The FJ55 had a more wheelbase 2710 mm and was designed to be available in North The usa and Australia. * Jan 1975 saw the F system changed by the 2F engine. Unusually for Toyota, the model (e.g. FJ55) decided not to change. * Unit 56 is actually in Japan merely, with 2F system ( Jan. 1975 - Jul. 1980 ). 60 Series 60 Series Toyota Secure Cruiser (FJ62LG) Also called Toyota Samurai (Venezuela) Production 1980-1990 Assembly ARACO Yoshiwara, Aichi, Japan Body style(s) 4-door station wagon Layout Front engine, four-wheel drive Engine(s) 3.4 L I4 3B diesel 3.4 L I4 13B-T diesel turbo 4.2 L I6 2F petrol 4.0 L I6 3F petrol 4.0 L I6 2H diesel 4.0 L I6 12H-T diesel turbo 4.2 L I6 1HZ diesel 4.2 L I6 1HD-T diesel turbo Transmission(s) 4-speed handbook H41F or H42F 4-speed automatic A440F 5-speed manual H55F (non-US) Wheelbase 2,730 mm (107.5 in) Length 4,675 mm (184.1 in) Width 1,800 mm (70.9 in) Elevation 1,750 mm (68.9 in) The initial Toyota Land Cruiser FJ 60 was available for purchase from 1981 through 1987. It is actually a front system four door wagon which has available seating of five to seven. It is well known in the off-roading community for its tremendous 4X4 capabilities, despite being somewhat limited by its poor departure angle. The FJ 60 had been offered within the following sturdy outside colors: mountain White, Brown, Desert Beige, Freeborn Red, Royal Blue; and in the following metallic outdoor colors: Charcoal Gray, Cognac, Gray-Blue, Rootbeer, Sky Blue, Stardust Silver. In compare to the FJ 62, the FJ 60 exhibits the classic round secure Cruiser headlights which are really replicated nowadays on the retro-style FJ Cruiser. * 1980 - The 60 series was introduced. While still retaining the tough off-road characteristics of previous Land Cruisers, the 60 had been created to better compete in the promising sport utility vehicle market. The 60 had been given a variety of luxuries like air conditioning, a back heater and an upgraded interior. The FJ60's "2F" petrol engine had been left unchanged from the "40" show while six-cylinder 4.0 litre 2H and four-cylinder 3.4 litre 3B diesel engines were added to the item line. * 1981 - secure Cruiser sales exceeded 1 million and a high-roof version had been introduced. The 60 had been introduced to South Africa when a stock secure Cruiser competed in the Toyota 1000 km Desert run within the punishing wilds of Botswana. * 1984 - This was the final 12 months for the 40. Specialist suppliers of aftermarket parts and restorers who return familiar FJ40s to better-than-new state replace Toyota dealers as the main source of Land Cruiser expertise. * 1984 - Alongside the 60, the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series were introduced. * 1985 - The Direct-injection 12H-T and 13B-T turbodiesel system were introduced. * 1988 - The petrol engine had been improved to a 4.0-litre 3F-E EFI engine. The FJ62G VX-Series had been introduced creating the Land Cruiser to feel sold in Japan as a passenger vehicle. * 1990 - The 80 show station wagon had been introduced, replacing the 60. The 80 had been originally offered with a solution of three engines; the 3F-E six-cylinder petrol system, a six-cylinder the 1HZ diesel and 1HD-T direct shot turbodiesel. * 1990 - All 80s sold in North America and Europe nowadays produce a full-time four-wheel drive system. In Japan, Africa and Australia, a part-time system was still available. 80s produced between 1990 and 1991 had an open centre differential which was lockable in 4HI and automatically locked in 4LO. From 1992 onward, vehicles with anti-lock brakes had a viscous coupling that sent a maximum of 30% torque to the non-slipping axle. The differential was lockable in 4HI and automatically locked in 4LO. Toyota Land Cruiser - Chassis and Body factory workshop and repair manual Covers FJ40,FJ43, FJ45, FJ60, BJ40, BJ 42, BJ43, BJ45, BJ46, BJ60 series and HJ47 and HJ60 series

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