1991 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE FOR MR2, PREVIA & LAND CRUISER

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 27-10-2011

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For 1991 models, the Toyota owner’s manual offers 3 maintenance sections within the maintenance chapter following the introduction page as follows: (1) GENERAL MAINTENANCE This section describes maintenance items which are the owner’s responsibility. (2) SCHEDULE A This schedule is for those Toyota vehicles which may require more frequent maintenance, due to driving conditions, environment, etc. This was formerly known as the “Severe” schedule. (3) SCHEDULE B This schedule is Toyota’s minimum maintenance requirement. Items on this schedule must be performed to maintain Toyota’s warranty coverage. This was formerly known as the “Normal” schedule. The highlights of required service are as follows: – Every 7,500 or 12 months / oil and filter change – Every 15,000 or 24 months / chassis components service – Every 30,000 or 36 months / engine and chassis service A summary of the 1991 maintenance schedule “B” chart for three 1991 Toyota models is provided on page 3 of this bulletin for your convenience and quick referenc

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TOYOTA ALL MODELS ALTERNATE REFRIGERANTS AND A/ C RETROFIT

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 26-10-2011

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The E.P.A. has officially banned the manufacture of Refrigerant 12 (Freon) after January 1, 1996. As a result, surplus supplies of R-12 will begin to dwindle over the next several years until, eventually, R-12 will no longer be available. This uncertainty about the availability of R-12 has caused significant concerns for Toyota dealers when servicing HVAC systems not using R-134a refrigerant. Similarly, the reduced availability of R-12 has prompted demands for R-134a retrofit kits and/or alternate refrigerants. This TSB will clarify Toyota’s current recommendations for servicing and retrofitting HVAC systems on Toyota vehicles using R-12 refrigerant. ALTERNATE REFRIGERANTS: Previously, the E.P.A. has endorsed other alternative refrigerants. These endorsements, combined with the uncertain future availability of R-12, have led to a limited acceptance of using alternative refrigerants when servicing or retrofitting R-12 HVAC systems. Use of these refrigerants can lead to several service related problems, including: Poor system performance and leak detection capabilities. Contamination of R-12 and R-134a during refrigerant recovery and recycling. Recently the E.P.A. released a statement clarifying that approval of alternative refrigerants relates only to the toxicology, flammability, ozone depletion and global warming characteristics. The approval does not imply acceptability of alternative refrigerants use with respect to serviceability or performance

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TOYOTA URETHANE ADHESIVE SEALANT FOR FIXED GLASS INSTALLATION

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 23-10-2011

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This bulletin is a supplement to the previous 1986 Windshield Installation Procedure TSB, body number 032, Volume VIII, dated 08-22-86. In order to comply with FMVSS 212 – Windshield Retention and FMVSS 216 – Roof Crush Resistance, the factory uses a Urethane adhesive sealant with bonded strength of not less than 40 kilograms per square centimeter or 569 pounds per square inch for certain bonded windshields and rear windows on Toyota vehicles. A Urethane adhesive sealant of at least equivalent strength must be used to maintain these retension and roof crush standards when windshield glass replacements are performed by either the dealer or an outside glass shop. Since the adhesive kits listed in Toyota Repair Manuals are not available in the USA, this bulletin is prepared in order to supply information regarding locally available equivalent materials. (See Note 3 on page 3.) For more detailed application information, see the attached “Urethane Adhesive Sealant Applications for Toyota Models.” Be sure to follow the sealant manufacturer’s instructions for best results

TOYOTA DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT DISABLING PROCEDURE

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 14-10-2011

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Some customers may request to have the Daytime Running Lights (DRL) on their Toyota vehicle disabled. These customers may live or work in military bases or in communities that have light-sensitive gates or guardhouses. This bulletin provides instructions for disabling the feature on the Toyota vehicles listed below. If the Daytime Running Lights (DRL) have been previously disabled, the information in this bulletin can be used to enable the feature at the request of the customer. IMPORTANT: Please be sure the customer is informed that when the Daytime Running Lights (DRL) are being disabled, although it is not required by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards for safety compliance, it has been listed as a safety feature in advertising brochures. In addition, on models equipped with the Twilight Sentinel feature, the headlights will be defaulted to a manual system and will no longer function automatically

POWER STEERING CONVERSION TOYOTA LAND CRUISER

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 08-06-2011

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Advance Adapters has been manufacturing steering conversion parts for installation of the Saginaw steering boxes into Toyota vehicles for more than twelve years. The parts we furnish are of the highest quality available and we utilize only proven design components for our kits. Before you consider the conversion, we recommend that you thoroughly read and understand the complete procedure (located in the Land Cruiser Manual). Do not take short cuts on steering installations. We recommend that these conversions be installed by a qualified technician. All universal joints must be safety wired for double protection. Do not overlook any details. Remember that the control of your vehicle depends on the steering gear performance. Failure of your steering system can result in severe damage and possible injury.

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