1996 Toyota Land Cruiser Owners Manual

1996 Toyota Land Cruiser Manual

1996 Toyota Land Cruiser manual table of contents:

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    ...-conscious people who drive Toyotas. We are proud of the advanced engineering and quality construction ... installed on your vehicle. TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION E 1996 TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION All... not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, without the written permission of Toyota Motor Corporation...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 2
    ...Supplement" or "Warranty Booklet". Accessories, spare parts and modification of your Toyota A wide variety of non genuine spare parts and accessories for Toyota vehicles are currently available in the market. You should know that Toyota does not warrant these products and is not ...
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    ... control system, anti-lock brake system and SRS airbag system, be sure to check with your Toyota dealer for precautionary measures or special instructions regarding ... Part 2 and "Off-road driving precautions" in Part 3. Scrapping of your Toyota The SRS airbag devices in your Toyota ...
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    ... D General maintenance ...148 D Complete index ...185 −6 Gas station information Fuel type: UNLEADED gasoline, Research ... for detailed information. Fuel tank capacity: 95 L (25.1 gal., 20.9 Imp. gal.) Engine oil: ...: See page 180. Publication No. OM60693U Part No. 01999-60693 Printed in Japan 07- ...
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    Part 1 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS- Chapter 1-1 Overview of instruments and controls S Instrument panel overview S Instrument cluster overview S Indicator symbols on the instrument panel 1
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    Instrument panel overview 2
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    Instrument cluster overview 4
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    ... symbols on the instrument panel Brake system warning light *1 Seat belt reminder light*1 Headlight high ... Automatic transmission second start indicator light Center differential lock indicator light Front ... lock indicator light Rear differential lock indicator light Turn signal indicator lights Anti...
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    Cruise control indicator light*3 Automatic transmission indicator lights *1: For details, see "Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers" in Chapter 1-5. *2: If this light flashes, see "Automatic transmission" in Chapter 1-6. *3: If this light flashes, see "Cruise control" in Chapter 1-6. 6
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    Part 1 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS- Chapter 1-2 Keys and Doors S S S S S S S S Keys Side doors Power windows Side windows... or if you need additional keys, duplicates can be made by a Toyota dealer using the key number. You should also put a copy of the key number with your important papers....
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    ...front doors cannot be locked if you leave the key in the ignition switch. LOCKING WITH POWER ...and back door simultaneously, push the switch on the "DOOR LOCK" side. Pushing on the opposite side will unlock them. When the front doors are locked from the outside, the switch will not work until either ...
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    ... small children are in the vehicle. Along with the proper use of seat belts, locking the doors helps prevent the ... as shown on the label. This feature allows you to lock a rear door so it can be opened ... only, not from inside. We recommend using this feature whenever small children are in the vehicle....
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    ... operated with the switch on each side door. The ignition key must be in the "ON" position. OPERATING THE DRIVER'S WINDOW Use the switch on the driver's door. Normal ...Pull up the switch. Automatic operation (to open only): Push the switch completely down and then release it. The ...
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    ... alone in the vehicle, especially with the ignition key still inserted. They could use the power window switches and get trapped in a...you must do the following. S Always make sure the head, hands and other parts of the body of all occupants are kept completely inside the vehicle before you close the ...
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    ...opened as shown. See "Luggage stowage precautions" in Part 2 for precautions to observe in loading luggage. After ...lock will be controlled with the power door lock switch. (For instructions, see "Side doors" in this chapter.) BACK... lower the hood and make sure it locks into place. If necessary, press...
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    ... of the filler neck if the cap is suddenly removed. 2. To remove the fuel tank cap, turn the cap slowly counterclockwise, then pause ...CAUTION S Make sure the cap is tightened securely to prevent fuel spillage in case of an accident. S Use only a genuine Toyota fuel tank cap for replacement. It has a...
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    ... sure nobody places his/her head, hands and other parts of the body in the roof opening before ...the vehicle, especially with the ignition key still inserted. They could use the moon roof switches and ...the vehicle is moving, always keep the head, hands and other parts of the body of all occupants away ...
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    Part 1 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS- Chapter 1-3 Seats, Seat belts, Steering wheel and ..., try sliding it forward and backward to make sure it is locked in position. S After adjusting the seatback, exert body ... put your hands under the seat or near the moving parts. You may jam your hands or ...
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    -Adjusting front seats (manual type) ADJUSTING SEAT POSITION Pull the lock release lever up. Then slide the seat to the desired position...and release the lever. ADJUSTING SEATBACK ANGLE Lean forward and pull the lock release lever. Then lean back to the desired angle and ...
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    ... under the seat and are arranged in their proper position for ready use. Make sure the seat is securely locked by pushing forward and rearward ... the luggage compartment. See "Luggage stowage precautions" in Part 2 for precautions to observe in loading luggage. ! CAUTION To reduce ...
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    -Folding second seat up (manual type) -Folding second seat up (power type) -Folding second seat for third seat entry (manual type) 20
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    -Folding second seat for third seat entry (power type) -Folding third seat up -Removing third seat 21
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    ... down. The head restraint is most effective when it is close to your head. Therefore, using a cushion on the seatback is not recommended. ! CAUTION S ... position. The head restraint is most effective when it is close to your head. Therefore, using a cushion on the seatback is not recommended. 22
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    Seat belts- -Seat belt precautions Toyota recommends that the driver and passengers in the vehicle be ... center lap belt. Pregnant woman. Toyota recommends the use of a seat belt. Ask your doctor ... and not on the waist. Injured person. Toyota recommends the use of a seat belt. Depending on the injury, ...
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    ... even slightly, the belt is locked in that position and cannot be extended. This feature is used to hold the child ... size and the seat position. The retractor will lock the belt during a sudden stop or on impact.... function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. If your vehicle is equipped ...
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    ... the shoulder belt under your arm. Sit up straight and well back in the seat. To fasten your belt, insert the tab into the buckle. You will hear a click when the tab locks into the buckle. If the belt is not long enough for you, hold the tab at a right angle to the belt and pull on the tab. 25
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    ! CAUTION S After inserting the tab, make sure the tab and buckle are locked and that the belt is not twisted. S Do not insert coins, clips, etc. ... S If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. Remove excess length of the belt and adjust the belt position. To ...
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    ... seat belt extender is available from your Toyota dealer free of charge. Please contact ...length. Additional ordering information is available at your Toyota dealer. ! CAUTION S After inserting the tab... function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. To connect the extender to the seat belt...
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    ...by inflating, in order to decrease the likelihood of the driver's or front passenger's head or chest directly hitting the steering wheel or dashboard. ... even with no passenger in the front seat. This indicator comes on when the ignition key is turned to the "ACC" or "ON" position. It goes off after ...
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    ... of a safing sensor and airbag sensor. In a severe frontal impact, sensors detect deceleration and the system triggers the airbag inflators. Then a chemical reaction in the inflators momentarily fills the airbags with non-toxic nitrogen gas to help restrain the forward motion of the occupants. 29
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    ... injuries, it may also cause minor burns or abrasions and swellings. Parts of the airbag module (steering wheel hub, dashboard) may be hot for several ... belts" in this chapter. S A baby or small child who is too small to use a seat belt should be properly secured in a rear seat...
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    ...edge of the seat or lean over the dashboard when the vehicle is in use. The airbags inflate with considerable speed and ...and well back in the seat, and always use your seat belt. S Do not ...lap or in your arms. Use a child restraint system in the rear seat. For instructions concerning the installation...
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    ...any of the following changes without consulting your Toyota dealer. Such changes can interfere ...follow these instructions can result in severe injuries. This SRS airbag system has a service ...your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle. S The light does not come on when the ignition ...
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    ... against the windshield, or between you and the vehicle's interior if you are unrestrained. In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible: S The SRS airbag has been inflated. S The front part of the vehicle (shaded in the illustration) ...
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    ... against the windshield, or between you and the vehicle's interior if you are unrestrained. In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible: S The SRS airbag has been inflated. S The front part of the vehicle (shaded in the illustration) ...
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    ... installing a forward-facing child restraint system. ! CAUTION Do not use a rear-facing child restraint system in the rear seat if it interferes with the lock mechanism of the front .... S If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. 34
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    2. Make sure the belt is tight by pulling its free end while you firmly push down the child restraint system. ! CAUTION Push and pull the child restraint system in different directions to be sure it is secure. 3. To remove the child restraint system, press the buckle-release button and unhook the...
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    ... installing a forward-facing child restraint system. ! CAUTION Do not use a rear-facing child restraint system in the rear seat if it interferes with the lock mechanism of the front .... S If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. 36
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    2. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it in the lock mode. 3. Place the shoulder belt between the vehicle seatback and the child restraint ... down the child restraint system. ! CAUTION Make sure the seat belt is securely locked. Also make sure the child restraint system is secure by pushing and ...
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    ... top strap. (C) INSTALLATION ON FRONT SEAT Do not use a child restraint system which requires the use of a top strap in the front seat. S When using a forward-facing child restraint system, move the seat as far back as possible. ! CAUTION S Do not use a rear-facing child restraint system in ...
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    ... belt over the child restraint system following the instruction provided by its manufacturer. Keep the lap portion of ... tab, make sure the tab and buckle are locked. S Do not insert coins, clips, ... not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. 3. Place the shoulder belt between the ...
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    ... ! CAUTION Make sure the seat belt is securely locked. Also make sure the child restraint system is ... wheel angle, hold the steering wheel, pull up the lock release lever, tilt the steering wheel to ... a low position, it will spring up as you release the lock release lever. ! CAUTION S Do not adjust ...
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    ... ! CAUTION Make sure the seat belt is securely locked. Also make sure the child restraint system is ... wheel angle, hold the steering wheel, pull up the lock release lever, tilt the steering wheel to ... a low position, it will spring up as you release the lock release lever. ! CAUTION S Do not adjust ...
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    ...which mirror needs adjusting, then push the control switch in the desired direction. If the engine is not running, the key must be in the "ACC" position. To fold the rear view...mirror, do not operate the control or scrape the mirror face. Use a spray de-icer to free the mirror. 41
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    ... inside rear view Vanity mirrors Pull the lever toward you to reduce glare from the headlights of the vehicle behind you during night driving. Before adjusting the mirror... by reducing glare you also lose some rear view clarity. To use the vanity mirror, swing down the sun visor and open the cover....
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    Part 1 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS- Chapter 1-4 Lights, Wipers and Defogger S S S S S S S S S Headlight and turn signals Emergency flashers Instrument panel light control Ignition switch light Interior lights Personal light Windshield wipers and washer Rear window wiper...
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    ... A blue light in the instrument panel indicates high beam is on. The headlight flasher works even when the headlight switch is off. For signaling turns, move the lever up or down ... being discharged, do not leave the switch on longer than necessary when the engine is not running. 44
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    Instrument panel light control Ignition switch light Interior lights To adjust the brightness of the instrument panel lights, turn the knob. For easy access to the ignition switch, the ignition switch light comes on when the ...
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    ... chapter 7-3. In cold weather, warm the windshield with the defroster before using the washer. This will help prevent icing, which could block your vision....dry. It may scratch the glass. To turn on the personal light, push the switch. To turn the wipers on, move the lever. To make the washer squirt, ...
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    ... wiper and washer Rear window defogger NOTICE zTo prevent the battery from being discharged, turn the switch on when the engine is running. zWhen cleaning the inside of the rear window, be careful not to scratch or damage the heater wires. To turn the ...
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    ... off after driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. The gauge works when the ignition switch is on and indicates the approximate quantity of fuel remaining in the tank. ...
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    ... pressure gauge The oil pressure gauge indicates engine oil pressure when the ignition switch is on. Check it while driving to make sure ..., pull off the road to a safe place and stop the engine immediately. Call a Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop for assistance. Oil pressure may not build up ...
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    ... in thousands of rpm (revolutions per minute). Use it while driving to prevent engine overrevving. Driving with the... running too fast causes excessive engine wear and poor fuel economy. Remember, in most cases the slower the engine speed, the greater the fuel economy. NOTICE Do not let the indicator...
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    Odometer and trip meter Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven. The trip meter may be set to zero to record the distance on each trip. To set the trip meter, press the knob in and release it. The black digits in white ...
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    ...system checked by your Toyota dealer. (b) Seat Belt Reminder Light and Buzzer Once the ignition key ... and drive directly to the nearest Toyota dealer or repair shop. (d) Low Engine Oil Level Warning ... vehicle checked/repaired by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. (f) Low Fuel Level Warning Light...
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    ... you are driving, have your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. The light will come on when the ignition key is turned to the "..., this indicates a malfunction somewhere in the parts monitored by the warning light system. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as ...
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    ... on. It goes off after about 6 seconds. 6. Turn the ignition key to "ON", but do not start the engine. All the service reminder indicators except the open ... bulb is burned out or the circuit is in need of repair. Have it checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. 55
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    Part 1 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS- Chapter 1-6 Ignition switch, Transmission and Parking brake S Ignition switch with steering lock S Automatic transmission S Four-wheel ... and rear differential lock system S Parking brake S Cruise control Ignition switch with steering lock ...
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    Automatic transmission When the cruise control is being used, even if you downshift the transmission, engine braking will not be applied because the cruise control is not canceled. For ways to decrease the vehicle speed, see "Cruise control" in this chapter. 58
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    ... button depressed). (a) Normal driving 1. Start the engine as instructed in "How to start the engine" in Part 3. The transmission must be in "P" or "N". 2. With your foot holding ...the accelerator pedal slowly for smooth starting. (b) Using engine braking To use engine braking, you can downshift the ...
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    ... control may result. For ordinary driving, Toyota recommends using the Normal mode to improve fuel economy. (g) If you cannot shift ... automatic transmission selector lever" in Part 4. (h) If the "O/D OFF" indicator light flashes Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. There may be trouble in...
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    ...in the "L" position, have your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. See "(b) Shifting procedure (with anti- lock brake system)" for ... brake system does not operate. See "Brake system" in Part 2. (b) Shifting procedure To shift between "H" and "L", stop the ...
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    ... to spin suddenly during acceleration or engine braking. The front and rear differential lock system is provided for use only when wheel spinning occurs in a ...Be sure to stop the wheels before locking the differentials. For easy locking, turn the lock switch and gently depress the ...
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    ... forget to turn off the switch after using this feature. To check the indicator bulb, turn the ignition key to the "ON...accident. This may also lead to possible damage to differential lock component parts. ! CAUTION Do not keep driving with the differential lock switch on. ! CAUTION Before driving, ...
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    ... cancel the cruise control then downshift the transmission to use engine braking to slow down. TURNING ON...can be maintained up or down grades within the limits of engine performance, although a slight speed ...control engagement, keep the "CRUISE ON-OFF" switch off when not using the cruise control. 64
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    ... cases, have your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer at the earliest opportunity. RESETTING AT A FASTER ... WARNING If the "CRUISE" indicator light in the instrument cluster flashes when using the cruise control, there ... in the cruise control system. Contact your Toyota dealer and have your vehicle ...
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    Part 1 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS- Chapter 1-7 Car audio system and Air ... to the car audio system when the ignition key is at "ON" or "ACC". However, if the engine is not running... LOGIC When the instrument panel lights are on, the letters on operable buttons of the mode in current use light...
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    ... on the market. NOTICE COMPACT DISC PLAYER Use only Compact Discs labeled as shown,.... Never attempt to disassemble or oil any part of the player unit. Do not insert ... the slot. Remember there are no user-serviceable parts inside. Do not put ... hole. Do not oil any part of the player and do not insert ...
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    ...wiping radially out from the center. Do not use a conventional record cleaner or anti-static ...cause sound skipping or other problems. ! CAUTION Compact Disc players use invisible laser ...sure to operate the player correctly as instructed. To adjust the antenna height, push the switch. Confirm that no...
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    AM-FM radio with electronic tuner and cassette tape player (type A) 70
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    ... knob. (b) Selecting a station Tune in the desired station using one of the following methods. The frequency will appear on...button number will appear on the display. Seek tuning: Use for automatic station search and stop.... will be seeked out one after another. Manual tuning Push the "TUNE SEEK (REW ...
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    ... was playing when the system was turned off by pushing the knob. 2. If using a tape recorded with DolbyR NR*, push the button marked with ... reproduction, play your tapes with the DolbyR NR* on or off according to the mode used for recording the tape. To play a tape recorded without DolbyR NR*, push ...
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    AM-FM radio with electronic tuner and cassette tape player (type B) 74
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    ...knob. (b) Selecting a station Tune in the desired station using one of the following methods. The frequency will appear ... number will appear on the display. Seek tuning: Use for automatic station search and stop.... one after another. Scan tuning: Use for station-to-station scanning. Scanning for all ...
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    ... station, check which selection you have used. 2. Tune in the desired station. (See "(b) Selecting ...adapt to it and "MTL" will appear on the display. 2. If using a tape recorded with Dolby NR*, push ...sound reproduction, select the same NR mode that was used to record the tape. To play a tape recorded ...
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    ... Have a desired program played using either of the following methods. Manual program selection Push ... begin to play. Automatic program selection: Use for quick access to a desired program. 1. Push ... tape player functions "RPT" button: Use for automatic repeat of the program currently being listened to...
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    "R⋅M" button (radio monitor system): Use for automatic station reception. Push the "R⋅M" ... audio system is completely inoperable. Contact your Toyota dealer. Setting the anti-theft system 1. Make sure the radio unit is turned off with the ignition switch in "ACC". 2. While holding the "1" and ...
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    ...4. Input your identification number by pressing the "1", "2", and "3" buttons repeatedly. Use the "1" button for the first digit, the "2" button for the second digit and the ...the system is set, the indicator light turns on and off with the ignition switch in "OFF" and "SEC" will appear each time the ...
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    ... to indicate the system is cancelled. If invalid buttons have been used, "Err" will appear on the display and "SEC" appears. Try again from step ...this time, the indicator light also comes on. If this occurs, contact your Toyota dealer. At the time of resale of your vehicle, cancel the system for the ...
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    ... on the display. "Sec" will go off to indicate that the system is reset and the audio system is inoperable. If invalid buttons have been used, "Err" will appear on the display before "SEC" appears. Try again from the beginning. See "Cancelling the anti-theft system" for notes on the figure with "...
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    AM-FM radio with electronic tuner, cassette tape player and Compact Disc player 83
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    ...knob. (b) Selecting a station Tune in the desired station using one of the following methods. The frequency will appear ... number will appear on the display. Seek tuning: Use for automatic station search and stop.... one after another. Scan tuning: Use for station-to-station scanning. Scanning for all ...
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    ... until the third beep is heard. Manual tone adjustment Before using the tone controls, push the "... adapt to it and "MTL" will appear on the display. 2. If using a tape recorded with DolbyR NR*, push the ... total. For best sound reproduction, select the same NR mode that was used to record the tape. 88
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    ...Have a desired program played using either of the following methods. Manual program selection Push ... or "TAPE" button. Automatic program selection: Use for quick access to a desired program. 1. Push ... tape player functions "RPT" button: Use for automatic repeat of the program currently being listened ...
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    ... one program and another. "SKIP" button: Use for automatic skipping of blank portions between programs... push the button once again. "SCAN" button: Use for program-toprogram scanning. Push the "SCAN"...scanning. "R⋅M" button (radio monitor system): Use for automatic station reception. Push the "R⋅M"...
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    ... the play from that position. Scan program selection: Use for program-to-program scanning. Push the "SCAN... Disc player functions "RPT" button: Use for automatic repeat of the program currently being listened... make was exceeded. The audio system is completely inoperable. Contact your Toyota dealer. 91...
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    ...-theft system 1. Make sure the radio unit is turned off with the ignition switch in "ACC". 2. While holding the 1 and 6 buttons in, .... 4. Input your identification number by pressing the 1, 2, and 3 buttons repeatedly. Use the 1 button for the first digit, the 2 button for the second digit and the 3...
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    ... is set. If invalid buttons have been used, "Err" will appear on the display before "SEC" appears....is set, the indicator light turns on and off with the ignition switch "OFF" and "SEC" will appear each ...is cancelled. If invalid buttons have been used, "Err" will appear on the display and "SEC" appears...
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    ... this time, the indicator light also comes on. If this occurs, contact your Toyota dealer. At the time of resale of your vehicle, cancel the system for the ... and the audio system is operable. If invalid buttons have been used, "Err" will appear on the display before "SEC" appears. Try again from the ...
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    ...Controls and functions The temperature control level is used to adjust the temperature of the delivered air. Move ...lower temperature. The air intake control button is used to select intake air, either outside ... the fan. The air conditioning on-off button is used to turn on and off the air conditioning...
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    ... for outside air. If recirculated air is used during heating, the windows will fog up ... to select the RECIRCULATED AIR mode. For normal use, it is best to keep the air intake control .... (e) Windshield defogging and defrosting To remove interior fog on the windshield; 1. Place the temperature control ...
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    ... windshield and front side windows. Do not use the WINDSHIELD button during cooling operation in extremely... "Rear heater controls".) S To help cool down the interior after parking in the hot sun, drive for the...the outside passage and prevent outside air and dust from entering the vehicle interior. 98
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    Heater controls 99
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    (a) Controls and functions The temperature control level is used to turn on and off the heater and adjust... off the heater. The air intake control button is used to select intake, air, either outside air... detailed information. The fan speed control buttons are used to turn on and off the fan and select...
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    ... control button to select the RECIRCULATED AIR mode. For normal use, it is best to keep the air intake control button for outside air. If recirculated air is used during heating, the windows will fog up more ... outside passage and prevent outside air and dust from entering the vehicle interior. 101
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    Rear heater controls 102
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    Side vents Lower vent The side vents may be opened or closed as shown. The lower vent may be opened or closed as shown. 103
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    Part 1 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS- Chapter 1-8 Other equipment S S S S S S Clock Cigarette lighter and ashtray Glovebox Luggage cover Tie-.... To remove the ashtray, press down on the lock spring plate and pull out. Use a Toyota genuine cigarette lighter or equivalent for replacement. 105
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    ... ashtray back in completely after using. Luggage cover To open the glovebox door, pull the lever. To lock the glovebox door, insert the master key and turn it clockwise. With the instrument panel lights on, the glovebox light will come on when the door is open. To use the luggage cover, pull it ...
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    Tie-down hooks Floor mat To secure you luggage, use the tiedown hooks as shown above. See "Luggage stowage precautions" in Part 2 for precautions to observe in loading luggage. Use a floor mat of the correct size. If the floor mat has a ...
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    Part 2 INFORMATION BEFORE DRIVING YOUR TOYOTA S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Off-road vehicle precautions Break-in period Fuel Operation in foreign countries ... Engine exhaust cautions Facts about engine oil consumption Brake system Brake pad wear limit indicators Luggage stowage ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 116
    ...new vehicle must use only unleaded gasoline. To help prevent gas station mixups, your Toyota has a new smaller fuel tank opening. The special nozzle on pumps with ... if you hear steady knocking while holding a steady speed on level roads, consult your Toyota dealer. 110
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    .... GASOLINES CONTAINING DETERGENT ADDITIVES Toyota recommends use of gasolines that contain detergent additives to avoid build-up of engine deposits. For further details, ask your Toyota dealer or a local gasoline retailer. GASOLINES CONTAINING MTBE Gasolines that ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 118
    ...engine electrical system, electronic ignition system/distributor ignition system or fuel systems could ...-up as soon as possible. Remember, your Toyota dealer knows your vehicle and... must receive the periodic inspections required by the Toyota Maintenance Schedule. For scheduled maintenance information...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 119
    .... The causes of oil consumption in a normal engine are as follows. S Oil is used to lubricate pistons, piston ...into the combustion chamber. This oil as well as some part of the oil film left on the cylinder wall ... along with the fuel. High temperature exhaust gases also burn the oil used to lubricate ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 120
    ... Therefore, it is essential that the oil level be checked regularly. Toyota recommends that the oil level be checked every ... fixed immediately. Brake booster The brake booster uses engine vacuum to power-assist the brakes....pump the brake pedal if the engine stalls. Each push on the pedal uses up your ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 121
    ... below approximately 5 km/h (3 mph). You may hear a sound in the engine compartment for a few seconds when the engine is started or just after the vehicle is started. This means that the anti-lock brake ... in surface height. ! CAUTION S Do not use tires other than the manufacturer's designated ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 122
    ... your Toyota dealer perform the bedding-down. "ABS" warning light This light comes on when the ignition ... a malfunction somewhere in the parts monitored by the warning light system. Contact your Toyota dealer ...brake pads checked and replaced by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. Expensive rotor ...
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    ...forward as possible helps maintain balance. S For better fuel economy, do not carry unneeded ...Do not drive with objects left on top of the instrument panel. They may interfere with the driver... beyond the vehicle capacity weight given in Part 8. ! CAUTION S To prevent luggage or packages from sliding ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 124
    ... number (VIN) is also on the Certification Label. This is the primary identification number for your Toyota. It is used in registering the ownership of your vehicle. The engine number is stamped on the engine block as shown. 118
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    ... vehicle thefts by facilitating the tracing and recovery of parts from stolen vehicles. The label is designed so ... these labels intact from one part to another, will be impossible. Suspension and chassis ! CAUTION ... for driving in most winter conditions, as well as for use all year round. All season ...
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    Part 3 STARTING AND DRIVING S Before starting the engine S How to start the engine S Tips for driving in ... to save fuel and make your vehicle last longer, too Before starting the engine 1. ... rear view mirrors. 4. Lock all doors. 5. Fasten seat belts. How to start the engine- (a) Before cranking 1. ...
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    ... in normal starting. If the engine will not start- See "If your vehicle will not start" in Part 4. Tips for driving in various conditions NOTICE zDo not ... not work safely, pull to the side of the road and call a Toyota dealer for assistance. S S S ! CAUTION S Before driving off, make ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 129
    ... dangerous overheating, needless wear, and poor fuel economy. S To drive down a long or steep ... or braking on a slippery surface. Sudden acceleration or engine braking, could cause the vehicle to spin ...Vehicle Bureau S Recreational Vehicle Clubs S U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management 123
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 130
    ... power for winter starting. Chapter 7-3 tells you how to visually inspect the battery. Your Toyota dealer and most service stations will be ... starting. If you are not sure about which oil to use, call your Toyota dealer- he will be pleased to help. Keep the door locks from freezing. Squirt lock de-...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 131
    ...Use a washer fluid containing an antifreeze solution. This product is available at your Toyota dealer and most auto parts stores. Follow the manufacturer's ...must not overload your vehicle or trailer. Ask your local Toyota dealer for further details before towing. WEIGHT LIMITS ...
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    Without towing package 1587 kg (3500 lb.) With towing package 2268 kg (5000 lb.) S The gross combination weight (sum of your vehicle weight plus its load and the total trailer weight) must not exceed the following. Without towing package 4547 kg (10025 lb.) With towing package 5228 kg (11525 lb.) ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 133
    ...king pin should have a light coat of grease. S Toyota recommends removing the hitch when not towing to ... and/or tires. BRAKES AND SAFETY CHAINS S Toyota recommends trailers with brakes that conform to any ... cause a malfunction of your lights. BREAK-IN SCHEDULE S Toyota recommends that you do not tow a...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 134
    ...For this information, please refer to the scheduled maintenance information in the "Owner's Manual Supplement/Maintenance Schedule". S Retighten all fixing bolts of the... condition, and check for improper tongue load, overload, worn suspension or other possible causes. S Make sure the trailer cargo is...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 135
    ... of room before changing lanes. In order to maintain engine braking efficiency, do not use the "D"position. Because of the added load...in use), pull off the road and stop in a safe spot. Refer to "If your vehicle overheats" in Part 4 of this manual. S Always place wheel blocks under both the vehicle...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 136
    How to save fuel and make your vehicle last longer, too Getting more kilometers/mileage from a liter/gallon ... brakes not adjusted, etc. all lower engine performance and contribute to poor fuel economy. For longer life of all parts and lower operating costs, keep all maintenance work on schedule, and ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 137
    ... "(c) Jump starting" for further instructions. If the light is O.K., but the engine still will not start, it needs adjustment or repair. Call a Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop. If the engine turns over at its normal speed but will not start- 1....
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    ...and try again. If the engine still will not start, it needs adjustment or repair. Call a Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop for assistance. (c) Jump...the medical office. S The gas normally produced by a battery will explode if a flame or spark is brought near. Use only standardized ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 139
    ...battery and then to a solid, stationary, metallic point (e.g. engine hanging hook) away from the battery. Do not connect it to or near any part that moves when the engine is cranked. 8. If removed, replace all the battery vent plugs. If the cause ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 140
    ... belt is broken or the coolant is leaking, stop the engine immediately. Call a Toyota dealer for assistance. 5. If the...has been used. ! CAUTION Do not attempt to remove the radiator cap when the engine and ...leak in the system. You should have it checked as soon as possible at your Toyota dealer. 134
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    ... the possibility of personal injury: S Follow jacking instructions. S Use the jack only for lifting your ...Do not start or run the engine while your vehicle is supported by a jack. 1. Get the tool ... for an emergency, you should familiarize yourself with the use of the jack, each of the tools and their...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 142
    ... care that the tire goes straight up without catching on any other part, to prevent it from flying forward during a collision or sudden braking. 2. Block ... wheels. 3. Remove the wheel ornament. Pry off the wheel ornament, using the beveled end of the wheel ornament remover as shown. ! CAUTION Do ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 143
    ...-just unscrew them about one-half turn. 5. Position the jack at the correct jack point as shown Make sure the jack is positioned on a level and solid place. JACK POINTS: Front-Under the front axle housing between the suspension arm and the wheel Rear-Under the rear axle housing near the wheel 137
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 144
    .... As the jack touches the vehicle and begins to lift, double-check that it is properly positioned. ! CAUTION Never get under the vehicle when it is supported by the jack alone. 7. Remove the wheel nuts and change tires. Lift the flat tire straight off and put it aside. Roll the spare wheel into ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 145
    ... counterclockwise with handle making sure the handle remains firmly fitted onto the jack handle extension. Use only the wheel nut wrench to tighten the nuts. Do not use other tools or any additional leverage other than your hands, such as a hammer, pipe or ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 146
    ... wheels 11. Check the air pressure of the replaced tire. Adjust the air pressure to the specification designated in Part 8. If the pressure is lower, drive slowly to the nearest service station and fill to the correct pressure. Do not forget ...
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    ... necessary, we recommend you have it done by your Toyota dealer or a commercial tow truck service.../provincial and local laws. (a) Using flat bed truck Toyota recommends this as the best method for...truck Follow the instruction in "(b) Towing with wheel lift type truck". ! CAUTION If the engine is not ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 148
    ... transmission selector lever If you lose your keys Many Toyota dealers can make a new key if you can give ...in Chapter 1-2. If your keys are locked in the vehicle and you cannot get a duplicate, many Toyota dealers can still open the door for you, using their special tools. If you must break a window...
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    Part 5 CORROSION PREVENTION AND APPEARANCE CARE S Protecting your Toyota from corrosion S Washing and waxing your Toyota S Cleaning the interior Protecting your Toyota ... as soon as possible. To help prevent corrosion on your Toyota, follow these guidelines: Wash your vehicle frequently:...
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    ... over. See "Washing and waxing your Toyota" for more tips. Check the condition of your vehicle... shields are installed be treated to resist corrosion. Your Toyota dealer will be happy to assist in supplying and ...corrode if the ventilation is poor. Washing your Toyota by hand Work in the shade and wait ...
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    ...is safe for the paint on your vehicle. Waxing your Toyota Polishing and waxing is recommended to maintain the original beauty of your Toyota's finish. 1. Always wash and dry the vehicle before you... cleaner. NOTICE Do not use solvent, thinner, gasoline or window cleaner on the interior. 145
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    ... Leather Interior The leather upholstery may be cleaned with neutral detergent for wool. Remove dirt using a... you use a liquid car freshener, do not spill the liquid onto the vehicle's interior ... have any questions about the cleaning of your Toyota, your local Toyota dealer will be pleased to answer ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 153
    ...vehicle need repairing? Maintenance requirements Your Toyota vehicle has been designed for fewer... that any replacement parts used for maintenance or for the repair of the emission control system be Toyota supplied. The owner may elect to use non-Toyota supplied parts for replacement purposes without...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 154
    ... arise with your vehicle while under warranty, your Toyota dealer will promptly take care of it. Again, be sure to... how to perform them are presented in Part 7. If you are a skilled do-it-yourself mechanic, the Toyota service manuals are recommended. Please be aware that doit-yourself maintenance can...
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    Lights Make sure the headlights, stop lights, tail lights, turn signal lights, and other lights are all working. Check headlight aim. Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers Check... operate smoothly and that all latches lock securely in any position. Check that the head restraints move up ...
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    ... and corrected immediately. (See engine exhaust cautions in Part 2.) Be on the alert for changes in performance...-offs that indicate service is needed. Some important clues are as follows: S Engine missing, stumbling... clues, take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. It probably needs...
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    Part 7 DO-IT-YOURSELF MAINTENANCE- Chapter 7-1 Introduction S Engine compartment overview S Fuse locations S Do-it-yourself service precautions S Parts and tools 151
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    Engine compartment overview 152
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    ... correct procedure given in this part. You should be aware that improper or incomplete servicing may result in operating problems. Performing do-it... period may affect your warranty coverage. Read the separate Toyota Warranty statement for details and suggestions. This part gives instructions only for...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 160
    ...to flying or falling material, fluid spray, etc. S Used engine oil contains potentially harmful ...to avoid prolonged and repeated contact with it. To remove used engine oil from your skin, wash ... sure to wash it off with water to prevent it from damaging the parts or paint. zDo not overfill automatic ...
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    ...will need on performing do-it-yourself maintenance. Remember all Toyota parts are designed in metric sizes, so your tools must ... rating as original Checking the fusible links Parts (if replacement is necessary): S Genuine Toyota fusible link or equivalent with same amperage rating as original. Adding...
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    Part 7 DO-IT-YOURSELF MAINTENANCE- Chapter 7-2 Engine and Chassis S Checking the engine oil .... Oil quantity, L (qt., Imp. qt.): 1.5 (1.6, 1.3) With the engine at operating temperature and turned off, ... level on the end. NOTICE zAvoid overfilling, or the engine could be damaged. zCheck the oil level ...
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    ENGINE OIL SELECTION Use API SH, "Energy-Conserving II" multigrade engine oil or ... your vehicle, for good fuel economy and good starting in cold weather. If you use SAE 10W-30 engine oil in extremely low ... you select the oil you should use. The API Service Symbol is located anywhere on the outside of ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 165
    ... and water pump. If you can find no leak, have your Toyota dealer test the cap pressure and check for leaks in the ... The total capacity of the cooling system is given in Part 8. We recommend 50% solution be used for your Toyota, or a sufficient quantity to provide protection to about -35_C (-31_F). ...
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    ... correct level when you put the cover back on. Use only newly opened brake fluid. ... temperature, 10_C 30_C or 50_F85_F) if the engine has not been run for about five hours.... sure to wash it off with water to prevent it from damaging the parts or painting. NOTICE Avoid overfilling, or the power ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 167
    ... tire size and the vehicle capacity are given in Part 8. You should check the tire pressures ...needs refilling, have it checked by your Toyota dealer. The following instructions for checking tire pressure ...indicators show, replace the tires. The tires on your Toyota have built-in tread wear indicators ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 168
    ... or wheels other than the manufacturer's recommended size. Toyota recommends all four tires, or at least both .... See "If you have a flat tire" in Part 4 for tire change procedure. When a tire is replaced, the ... wear and help extend tire life, Toyota recommends that you rotate your tires approximately ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 169
    ... load capacity as the original tires on your Toyota. Do not use tires other than those... tires, carefully follow the instructions of the chain manufacturer. If wheel covers are used, they will be scratched ... vehicle to bounce. S Avoid sharp turns or locked-wheel braking, as use of chains may adversely ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 170
    ...and offset. Correct replacement wheels are available at your Toyota dealer. A wheel of a different size or type may ... careful not to damage the aluminum wheels. Use only the Toyota wheel nuts and wrench ... aluminum wheels. When balancing your wheels, use only Toyota balance weights or equivalent and a ...
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    Part 7 DO-IT-YOURSELF MAINTENANCE- Chapter 7-3 Electrical components S S S S S S S Checking battery condition Battery recharging precautions ... and replacing fuses Checking the fusible links Adding washer fluid Checking the headlight aim Replacing light bulbs Checking battery condition- -Precautions ...
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    -Checking battery exterior NOTICE zBe sure the engine and all accessories are off before performing maintenance. zWhen checking the battery, remove the ground cable from the negative terminal ("-" mark) first and reinstall it last. zBe careful not to cause a short circuit with tools. zTake care no ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 173
    ... Good Charging necessary. Have battery checked by your Toyota dealer. Have battery checked by your Toyota dealer. RED NOTICE CHECKING BY THE FLUID LEVEL LINES (MAINTENANCE TYPE BATTERY ONLY) ... Good Charging necessary. Have battery checked by your Toyota dealer. Add distilled water* Do not ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 174
    ... the vehicle, be sure to disconnect the ground cable. 3. Be sure the power switch on the recharger is off when connecting the charger cables to the battery and... causing corrosion or damage. NOTICE Never recharge the battery while the engine is running. Also, be sure all accessories are turned off. ...
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    ... the problem. The lid of the fuse box shows the name of the circuit for each fuse. See Part 8 of this manual for the functions controlled by each circuit. Type A fuses can be pulled out by using ... with the electrical system. Have your Toyota dealer correct it as soon as possible. ! CAUTION Never...
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    ... point, use washer fluid containing antifreeze. This product is available at your Toyota dealer and most auto parts stores. Follow the manufacturer's ... the fusible links, have the cause of electrical overload determined and repaired by your Toyota dealer. zAlways use a ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 177
    ... a bulb, make sure the ignition switch and light switch are off. Use bulbs with the wattage ratings .... Do not touch the glass part of a bulb with bare hands. To check the headlight aim, check the ... specified above, take the vehicle to your Toyota dealer to adjust the headlight aim. NOTICE Only use a...
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    -Headlight bulbs Light bulbs License plate lights Interior lights Personal light Glovebox ... bulbs E: Double end bulbs 1. Open the hood. RIGHT-HAND HEADLIGHT: Remove the engine coolant reservoir.... necessary after replacing the bulb. When aiming adjustment is necessary, contact your Toyota dealer. 172
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    -Front turn signal lights -Parking and front side marker lights Use a Phillips-head screwdriver. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver. 173
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    -Rear side marker lights Use a Phillips-head screwdriver. 174
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    -Rear turn signal, stop and tail, and back-up lights -License plate lights Use a Phillips-head screwdriver. a: Rear turn signal light b: Stop and tail light c: Back-up light Use a Phillips-head screwdriver. 175
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    Part 8 SPECIFICATIONS S S S S S S Dimensions and weight Engine Fuel Service specifications Tires Fuses Dimensions and weight Overall length mm (in.) 4820 (189.8) Overall width mm (in.) 1930 ( 76.0) Overall height mm (in.) 1860 ( 73.2)*1 mm (in.) 1870 ( 73.6)*2 Wheelbase mm (in.) 2850 (112.2) ...
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    Fuel Fuel type: Unleaded gasoline, Research Octane Number 91 (Octane Rating 87) or higher Fuel tank capacity, L (gal., Imp. gal.): 95 (25.1, 20.9) Service specifications ENGINE Valve clearance (engine ... gauge No. BT-33-73F (used belt), lbf: 80 ± 20 ENGINE LUBRICATION Oil capacity (...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 185
    ... type: Automatic transmission fluid D-II or DEXRONRIII (DEXRONRII) DIFFERENTIAL Oil capacity, L (qt., lmp. qt.): Front With front and rear differential lock system 2.65 (2.8, 2.3) Without front and rear differential lock system 2.80 (3.0, 2.5) Rear 3.25 (3.4, 2.9) Oil type: Hypoid gear oil...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 186
    ... diagnosis system 4. STOP 10 A: Stop lights, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, cruise control cancel device, automatic transmission shift lock system... 20 A: Air conditioning system 12. IGN 7.5 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 187
    ...Left-hand headlights 20. HAZ-HORN 15 A: Emergency flashers, horns 21. DOME 10 A: Interior lights, personal light, luggage compartment light, ignition switch light, open door warning light, clock, radio, cassette tape player, power antenna, vanity...
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    Part 9 REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS FOR U.S. OWNERS AND UNIFORM TIRE QUALITY GRADING S Reporting ... Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. (Toll- free: 1-... problems between you, your dealer, or Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. To contact NHTSA, you ...
  • 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser | Owners Manual - Page 190
    ...Transportation. It provides the purchasers and/ or prospective purchasers of Toyota vehicles with information on uniform tire quality grading. Your Toyota dealer will help answer any questions you may have ... depends upon the actual conditions of their use, however, and may depart significantly...



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