can I use 87 octant gas in the Toyota Landcruiser and what year can I use it in??

Asked by May 14, 2012 at 12:29 PM about the Toyota Land Cruiser

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Depends, dude. Are you wanting a classic Cruiser, or a modern one? I know for a fact 87 octane is fine in F and 2F engines. The modern, fuel injected ones don't seem to like it.

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FJ60 (last model year 1987) and older, all FJ55's, all FJ45's, and all FJ40's. Pretty much 1987 2F's and older. It is possible to set up a modern fuel injected engine for 87 octane and lower fuel, but it requires adjustment to the computer. Most fuel injected FJ62's seem to run fine on 87 octane, but YMMV.

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