I have a 1992 toyota landcruiser, the motor locked up, and finally i have swapped it out, with a low mileage 1991 engine. I hooked everything up according and the motor will turn over, but it is getting no fire, to crank the vehical up. I have checked my connections, hoses, the computer inside the glove box area, all connections are hooked up ? Do you know where i can start without spengine a lot of money just buying parts ?
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wow no easy job ,really ,below is the setting for belt timing ,go to autozone libairy for full details ,no bs theres a lot to it good luck. or you can buy a manual that would be easer to keep going back to time and time again ,
Air leak in the fuel line? All the lines are pressurised to some degree.
Do you mean it was sucking air on the tank to pump side?
Because its a diesel and you have white smoke and a misfire you need specialist help to identify which injector is playing up. White smoke is usually excess fuel or incomplete firing on that cylinder. Toyota lumps are very reliable so get some help, a good diesel mechanic would have a clip on tester that would check each cylinder.
At 2002 I'm surprised there is a fuel problem but you don't give mileage so an injector is the best guess.
Hello kbmind, A number of different glow plug systems were used on the Landcruiser, depending where it was made and what country it was shipped to. However, they all serve the same purpose on a diesel injection. To preheat the combustion chambers. If your light is on when you deaccelerate the control module thinks the cylinder is cooling down & fires up the glow plug. This usually indicates the glow plug relay is weak and/or the glow plugs themself are worn. Depending on your mileage, i would say it's the relay. The glow plugs can be tested with an ohm meter to determine if they need to be replaced. I hope this helps.
Hi,if all your connections are good,it sounds like the alternator. I would take the battery out and charge it,then load test it.If it checks good.Take the alternator to autozone or advance and have it checked.Good Luck!!!