Toyota Land Cruiser
FJ60, FJ62 and FJ80 1980-1997 of release
Repair and car operation
Toyota Land Cruiser
+ 1. The maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance service
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Systems of cooling, heating
+ 5. Fuel and exhaust systems
+ 6. System of decrease in toxicity
+ 7. Transmission
+ 8. Brake system
+ 9. Suspension brackets and a steering
+ 10. A body
+ 11. An electric equipment
+ 12. Electroschemes
+ 13. Shemas
Cars FJ60, FJ62 and FJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser are equipped by a 4-door body the versatile person.
On cars FJ60 which were issued in 1980-1987, the engine 2F was established. Engines 3F-E were established on cars FJ62 (1988-1990). Cars of series FJ80 were issued with 1989 on 1997 and were completed двухвальными верхнеклапанными with engines 1FZ-FE.
The engine 2F carburettor, a drive of valves is provided with the bars connected to pushers ("pushrod" – the engine). Engines 3F-E and 1FZ-FE инжекторные, a drive of valves same as well as in the engine 2F. All cars all-wheel drive, the basic leading axis back. The drive on forward (back) wheels is provided through a distributing box and a reducer. Cars have dependent suspension brackets, forward and back axes are executed in the form of bridges. Elastic elements of both suspension brackets are springs (FJ60, FJ62) or springs with shock-absorbers (FJ80).
The steering reducer is mounted to the left of the engine and connected with wheels levers and draughts. All cars are equipped by the wheel hydraulic booster.
Brakes disk or drum-type, are equipped by the vacuum amplifier.
Identification numbers of the car
At drawing up of operation manuals and catalogues of spare parts numerical codes of the car are applied, therefore at selection and installation of the necessary details it is necessary to know identification (identification) number of the car.
The production certificate
The tablet with instructions of system of decrease in toxicity and the scheme of distributing of vacuum hoses (VECI-label)
The scheme of distributing of vacuum hoses
Numbers on transmission units