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1988 Fj60 Fuel Gauge Sending Unit Just Replaced - Gauge Not Working Still H...
I just replace the fuel sending unit and found that my gauge is till not reading anything. Any help would be awesome. I have been working slowly and would like to have this road ready by February.
We Are Trying To Track Down How Many Stock 1962 Land Cruisers Might Be Out ...
Car Turns Over, But Dies After About A Second..
I bought a 1986 hj60 landcruiser with a 2h diesel engine (4.0 6cyl non- turbo). Basically, when i turn the key to 'on' none of the regular dashboard lights turn on at all and when i turn it over, it ...
Why Is The Rear Wheel Of A Toyota Mega Cruiser Not Functioning When We Hang...
Landcruiser J60 Overheating
my 1984 LANDCRUISER IS OVERHEATING. I'VE CHANGED THERMOSTAT'S, NEW RADIATOR, PLENTY OF COOLANT BUT STILL IT OVERHEATS INTO THE RED. THE ONLY THING I'VE DONE DIFFERENT IS I INSTALLED AND ELECTRIC RAD...
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About the Toyota Land Cruiser
The Toyota Land Cruiser has a long and venerable history. Orginally designed for military use, they arrived in the U.S. for civilian consumption in 1960, making the Land Cruiser one of Toyota's oldest nameplates in this country. Originally a tough, no-nonsense truck, the Land Cruiser has grown to be a cushy luxury SUV. However, it is still Toyota's best vehicle for off-road use.
The first generation of Land Cruisers were sold for nearly 20 years. Rugged and utilitarian, they were geared towards off-roading enthusiasts, who enjoyed pushing their TLCs to the limit.
By 1980, Toyota recognized the emerging SUV market, and the Land Cruiser began to evolve into the plush SUV that it is today. Thus, the next generation of TLCs included creature comforts like air conditioning and disc brakes. At the next redesign, in 1990, the Land Cruiser was designed to appeal to the mass market, and emerged as a high-end, luxury SUV--much to the dismay of die-hard off-roaders, who thought the Land Cruiser was losing some of its original intent.
Today, the Land Cruiser is one of Toyota's most expensive vehicles, and includes all the amenities one would expect in a luxury car while still remaining a capable off-road vehicle.