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Not for highway use

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About Not for highway use

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Profile Information

  • Toyota Model
    HJ47
  • Toyota Year
    1984
  • Location
    New South Wales
  • Annual Mileage
    50,001 upwards

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  • First Name
    Andrew
  1. Hi Alan, Any joy? I have this same engine in my 80 series. So far 450,000klm no issues but you never know.
  2. Lift your game Toyota. Even my work Triton has these controls!
  3. Thanks Trent, Grabbed a Bosch scan tool from work and plugged it in. Showed a P0172 and 175 reading in Bank 1 and bank 2. cleared the codes and took it for a brief run and seems to be running well now with no warning lights. I'll give it another week or so and see how it goes. Cheers, Andrew.
  4. Hi Guys, My wifes Kluger has just started to do this as well. We had the front struts replaced about a week before which could be a coincidence or not. She said the lights came on after going over some rough roadworks, but the car behaved the same as it always does. But now it's starting to run a little bit rough and blowing black smoke. Any ideas? thanks, Andrew
  5. How did you go?
  6. For whats it's worth I have a 96 Petrol 80 and my legal towing weight is 2500kgs.
  7. Your brakes may be dragging.
  8. From the album Untitled Album

    Inside showing the dash and ther overhead shelf.
  9. From the album Untitled Album

    My 47 after some tray work and a general spruce up.
  10. Hi All, Just joined. Looking forward to some chit chat. Been a member of quite a few forums. Always found them really useful and fun. I have an '84 HJ47 whch I'm fixing up ATM for my son to learn to drive in. He would rather a HJ75 or later but that can wait. Wife has a late model Kluger. Will post some pics later. Cheers, Andrew