Toyota Land Cruiser

FJ60, FJ62 and FJ80 1980-1997 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Toyota Land Cruiser
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
- 2. Maintenance
   2.1. Additional maintenance
   2.2. Technical characteristics
   2.3. An arrangement of units in a motor compartment
   2.4. Maintenance terms
   + 2.5. Check of level of liquids
   2.6. Check of a condition of tires and pressure in tires
   2.7. Liquid level in automatic transmission
   2.8. Liquid level in system of a hydraulic actuator of steering
   2.9. Replacement of oil in the engine and an oil filter
   2.10. Check of a state and care of the battery
   2.11. Check of the cooling system
   2.12. Check and replacement of hoses in a motor compartment
   2.13. Check and replacement of brushes of screenwash
   2.14. Shift of wheels
   2.15. Check of a suspension bracket and steering
   2.16. Check of the exhaust system
   2.17. Check of level of oil in the manual transmission
   2.18. Check of level of oil in the transfer case
   2.19. Check of level of oil in reducers of bridges
   2.20. Check of a condition of seat belts
   2.21. Thermostat of the air filter (carburetor engines)
   2.22. Check and lubricant of the exhaust valve
   2.23. System of catching of vapors of gasoline
   2.24. Check of system of recirculation
   2.25. Air gate of the carburetor
   2.26. Zolotnik of system of ventilation of a case
   2.27. Check and replacement of the air filter
   2.28. Replacement of spark plugs
   2.29. Check and adjustment of gaps of valves
   2.30. Idling turns (carburetor engines)
   2.31. Drive belts
   2.32. Check of fuel system
   + 2.33. Check of brakes
   2.34. Check and adjustment of pedals of coupling (brake)
   2.35. Replacement of the fuel filter
   2.36. High-voltage wires, runner and covers of the distributor
   2.37. Check and installation of the moment of ignition
   2.38. Care of the cooling system
   2.39. Naves and bearings of forward wheels
   2.40. Replacement of liquid in automatic transmission and the filter
   2.41. Replacement of oil in the manual transmission
   2.42. Replacement of oil in the transfer case
   2.43. Replacement of oil in a back (forward) reducer
   2.44. Gaps in valves on the engine 1FZ-FE
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling systems, heating
+ 5. Fuel and exhaust systems
+ 6. System of decrease in toxicity
+ 7. Transmission
+ 8. Brake system
+ 9. Suspension brackets and steering
+ 10. Body
+ 11. Electric equipment
+ 12. Electrical circuitries



2.11. Check of the cooling system

GENERAL INFORMATION

Malfunction of the cooling system is the reason of many characteristic engine failures. On cars with automatic transmission the condition of the cooling system significantly influences durability and non-failure operation of work of transmission.

The cooling system is checked on the cold engine. Check system to a trip, or not less than 3 hours later after an engine stop.

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Turn a radiator stopper to the left against the stop. If hissing (that testifies to residual pressure), then do not reach a stopper full dumping of pressure is heard. Now press a stopper a palm, tighten to the left and get a stopper. Carefully wash out a stopper clear water, wipe a radiator mouth with pure rags. Remove all traces of corrosion. Cooling liquid in a radiator has to be transparent. If cooling liquid is painted in color of a rust, then system it is necessary to wash out and replace liquid. If the level of cooling liquid is lower than edge of a jellied mouth, then add mix of water and antifreeze (see subsection 2.5.2).
2. Check a condition of the top and lower hoses of a radiator and hoses of a heater. Examine hoses on all length, at detection of swelling of hoses, cracks and the general deterioration in a state replace a hose. Cracks easily are found if a hose to press. Irrespective of a condition of hoses it is recommended to change them each two years.
3. Be convinced of durability of all connections. Leak of cooling liquid can be found on a raid of white or brown color near the place of violation of tightness. If hoses are fixed by wire collars, then the last should be replaced with collars with screw fastening.
4. Remove with compressed air or a brush from intercostal spaces of a radiator and the condenser of the conditioner the remains of insects, plants and foreign objects, at the same time do not injure an edge of a radiator or the condenser. Be careful as edges have sharp edges.