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Toyota Landcruiser Petrol FJ40 FJ43 FJ45 FJ55 series 1968 - 1982 Haynes Repair Manual NEW
NEW - paperback
US manual covering FJ40, FJ43, FJ 45 & FJ55 series Landcruisers with the "F" 3878cc and "2F" 4230cc 6 cylinder petrol engines.
The Toyota FJ40 is the model designation for a Toyota Land Cruiser 40 series made from 1960 until 1984. Most 40 series Land Cruisers were built as two-door vehicles with slightly larger dimensions than a Jeep CJ. The model was also available under the BJ40 / 41 / 42 ( short wheelbase ), BJ43 / 44 / 46 ( middle wheelbase ) or HJ45 / 47 ( long wheelbase ) designation where it had a Diesel engine.
* 1960 – FJ40 series launched. (wheelbase 2,285 mm (90 in) / 2,430 mm (96 in) / 2,650 mm (104 in)
* 1965 – Longer wheelbase (2,950 mm (116 in)), FJ45-B, pickup and cab-chassis were added
* 1967 – End of 4-door FJ45V (I) (w/b 2,650 mm (104 in)) production, replaced by FJ55 Station wagon
– 2door FJ45-B renamed FJ45 (II) (w/b 2,950 mm (116 in))
* 1973 – HJ45 launched with the H , 3.6 litre in-line 6 cylinder Diesel engine.
* 1974 – BJ40 / 43 launched with the B, 3.0 litre in-line 4 cylinder diesel engine. A factory-fitted roll bar becomes standard in the United States.
* 1975 – Rear barn doors are added to US model FJ40s. The lift gate remains available as an option in other countries.
* 1976 – Disc brakes on the front axle and rear vent windows on the hard top in the United States
* 1979 – Power steering (only F models) and air conditioning added to the options, gear ratios modified from 4:11 to 3:73 in the United States to be more freeway friendly
* 1980 – HJ47 launched with a 4.0 liter 6 cylinder diesel engine. End of HJ45 production
– BJ42/46 and BJ45 launched with a 3.4 liter 4 cylinder diesel engine
* 1981 – Power steering added on the BJ models to the options, Disk Brakes added in Australia
* 1984 – End of F40 series production
* 2001 – End of Bandeirante production
Over the years Toyota has changed the engines used in the FJ40 series. The B series motor is a 4 cylinder diesel, and the H series a 6 cylinder diesel. For example, the F and 2F engines share many of the same parts. However the H and 2H engines have almost nothing in common. There are individual models within the engine series, for example, there is an F125 engine, and an F155 engine, all in the F series with different power ratings. While not legal, most FJ40 series vehicles could have their roof and doors removed. With a folding windshield this allowed for complete open-air experience.