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toger
togerasked
LandCruiser 70

What difference is in a hzj79?

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Wotercrizrutalkingaboit?

Paul .
Paul .
Trevor
Trevorasked
LandCruiser 70

2012 Toyota Landcruiser 70 series TD4.5 Cab Chassis 16000 kms. SUBJECT GEARBOX.
I am experiencing lack of synchromesh on 1st gear and 2nd gear. Also difficult changing H4WD to L4WD and return. Answers or similar welcome.

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jfs43
jfs43

Sorry can't help, as I've had no trouble as yet and have not heard of anyone else. Try contacting a 4WD club near you...someone may help

jfs43
jfs43

also check previous questions and answers on this page, Dave had gear probs also ..he may be able to help

Nac
Nac

Always had problems since new (WHEN COLD) 1st to 2nd as do a number of mates who also have V8 Troopy. No problem with Hi Lo change unless the lever is not pressed as necessary to effect change

dave
daveasked
LandCruiser 70

Has anyone had any problems with changing gears, specifically up to 3rd? Doesn't crash, but doesn't want to go in either. Mainly when I've changed at high revs.

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jfs43
jfs43

No probs with mine....

brian
brian

Sounds like you have to take the vehicle to a quality trustworthy honest and reliable transmission specialist shop or Nissan Australia workshop

brian
brian

If them 2 options fail try a auto electrician shop or a mechanic that's been fixing vehicles for at least 20 to 30 years though it seems like a gearbox problem the way you described the problem

J.R.
J.R.asked
LandCruiser 70

Landcruiser 76 wgn. What the reasoning for different track front to rear.

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jfs43
jfs43

As far as I can find out the miners wanted something that was more stable on uneven ground...hence the wider front track

Jack Guthrie
Jack Guthrie

Every vehicle has different size tracks I think this is mostly because of the bigger engine displacement and toyota wanted better stability and lock to lock steering.

jfs43
jfs43

On further investigation it seems that it is because of the bigger engine (V8) and to address an oversteer problem

Enock
Enockasked
LandCruiser 70

what is the price of this landcruiser 70?

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jfs43
jfs43

Prices vary depending on which model you want e.g/ station wagon, troop carrier, cab chassis etc & new or used

brian
brian

You could try comparison to other vehicles similar for sale in that time frame

Sue2712
Sue2712asked
LandCruiser 70

Is 230,000 kms on a 2005 70 Series 6 cylinder too many kms? Said it has been serviced every 5000 kms and certainly looks like it has been well looked after and what would I reasonably expect to pay? I know it has towed a caravan a lot.

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Steven
Steven
wayne52
wayne52asked
LandCruiser 70

looking to buy a 2002 factory turbo landcruiser ute with 240000 kl on the clock can anybody give me an insight on performance and reliability and any general pluses or minuses for this model thank you.

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Steven
Steven
dan85
dan85

I have a 2003 factory turbo ute with 186000kms never missed a beat, goes where ever your game to take it with diff lock

graeme jefferies
graeme jefferiesasked
LandCruiser 70

The orange warning light bottom left hand side that looks like a fuel bowser what does it mean its not low fuel or the sediment filter which has different lights this is in a 2008 79 tray back v8

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Steven
Steven

Sorry Graeme mine is the last of the 6 cly cruiser trayback. Not sure what it could be, silly question but did you look in the book.

brian
brian

I have having trouble grasping the question as well / perhaps you could re phrase the question

brian
brian

Also perhaps you could try contacting Toyota Australia headquarters and asking them the question if you like or you try typing the question into the google Australia search engine on the internet

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