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trentmeyer23

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About trentmeyer23

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    Turbo Camry, Corolla and Hilux Dual Cab
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    1993
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    Queensland
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  1. Check this out.
  2. tsb0094_09

    It will likely come and go with servicing for a short period. There have been mixed results with changing the oil viscosity.
  3. So it hasn't been narrowed down at all? Check belts, bearings on pulleys and the turbo. Is it lacking power? If possible, post a video to Youtube and post the link here.
  4. Who is greasing the vehicle? If it is the dealer, I would dare say it could be the apprentice.
  5. I have heard mixed reviews about these guys. The other go to guys are Bailey's Diesel Group, definitely worth checking out.
  6. Nice to see it out and about. Sad to see it scratched, but that is part of the fun I guess.
  7. Welcome. Another helpful forum is: http://www.newhilux.net
  8. Don't forget to create a Members Rides thread and post the pics there. http://au.toyotaownersclub.com/forums/forum/43-members-rides/
  9. Pretty much.
  10. Anything from a 10W-40 to a 20W-50 will be fine in the Australian climate. Any brand is fine, but you will pay more for better quality oils. The main thing is to service often to prevent damaging sludge build up. I prefer to service at 5,000km or 6 montly intervals to prevent this; however, I would not go more than 10,000km.
  11. I wouldn't bother, they will be rubbish and will have probably deteriorated by now. You are better off getting some aftermarket ones.
  12. Welcome.
  13. Welcome, looks good. I have moved it to the Members Rides section.
  14. Not sure on the dimensional differences, but they are totally different in design.