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1990 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview
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By 1990, the Land Cruiser was getting more and more luxurious, as American consumers were starting to drive larger cars as their everyday, family vehicles. Still, the 1990 Land cruiser was mostly meant as a rugged, utilitarian vehicle, ideal for off-roading.
The 1990 Land Cruiser came in one trim level, a four-wheel-drive four-door SUV. The engine was a 4.0-liter, 155 horsepower six-cylinder. The only available transmission was a four-speed automatic. Fuel economy was pretty poor, at 12/14 mpg.
Land Cruisers have an extremely loyal and enthusiastic following. The 1990 Land Cruiser was at the tail end of an era, because the following year the Land Cruiser would become much more plush. Fans of the 1990 Land Cruiser love its iconic boxy shape, rugged off-road handling, and solid reliability. Owners claim that with regular maintenance, the 1990 Land Cruiser will rarely need to visit the shop. Drivers complain that the ride is bumpy, the car is seriously underpowered, and it gets terrible gas mileage, but they love them anyway.
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Toyota Land Cruiser Questions
I Have A 1990 Cruiser With A 3f Motor And It Just Cuts Out And Does Not Idl...
so it starts fine, runs fine, then when i take my foot off the accelerator it doesn't return to idle , it cuts out. if i leave the choke on its fine but thats only a short term fix.
How Do I Replace The Seals In Front Disc Brake Calipers On My Toyota Landcr...
was changing brake pads and realised all the seals and the clips also need replacing
Running On Vegetable Oil
Is it true that we can run our diesel vehicles on vegetable oil, after processing the used vegetable oil? If it is true, what is the process? Can any Tom, Dick or Harry do this in their backyard?