There is alot of varying thoughts from the turbo installers,i was told i need a fuel(diesel) management system as well, he said that toyota put them on their turbo diesel models standard. is this true???
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well it runs,,,,,
low power on a diesel is
1: low compression
2: bad fueling
#2 can take forever to find, if you dont know what engine it is or what fuel system was used.. no country stated, so cant guess
read the wiki on land cruiser and see what you have.
we dont know.
COULD HAVE BAD FUEL WRONG TYPE FUEL COULD NEED NEW AIR FILTER. DIESEL ENGINE NEEDS AIR TO OPERATE.IF AIR FILTER RESTRICTED.DIESEL ENGINE WONT RUN AND CLOGGED FUEL FILTER CAUSE STARTING PROBLEMS PROBLEMS WITH TURBOCHARGER OR TURBOCHARGER ACTUATOR WOULD CAUSE ENGINE RUN VERY SLOW NO POWER ON TAKE OFF.I SAY PROBLEM IN FUEL SYSTEM OR AIR INTAKE SYSTEM.IF YOU HAD ANY OTHER PROBLEMS THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT WILL FLASH ON.
installing a new turbo on a vehicle can cause increased "turbo lag" in the system as the new turbo is not tuned exactly right, or worn in the same as the engine. If you take your vehicle to a mechanic and ask him to tune your turbo you might find some relief (with many turbos this is possible, but not all). This is a delicate procedure and should be completed by a professional (tuning the turbo for the car includes setting the exact pressure increase in the engine -- especially with a diesel engine, over-pressurizing the system can cause the engine to fire improperly and cause massive damage). A mechanic will also be able to tell you if there is something else wrong with the vehicle (like a clogged fuel filter, weak fuel pump or something similar) that could be causing the problem.
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well i have never done it myself. but its going to be alot of hassle.
its not the same as sticking a turbo on a petrol
1 you need a manifold which will suit it
2 for best results you need an exhaust to match
3 you will need to replace the fuel pump. to match the size of your engine (preffrably take the turbo and the fuelpump from the turbo version.
4just as well stick a new timing belt on while the fuel pump is off
then you need to tap into the oil as turbos need a constant oil feed. and that might require drilling and tapping into the block.
this is only an educated guess but im sure its pretty standard in fitting a turbo to a non turbo viehical.
well besides a ton of work. what is the diesel engine. i didnt think that jeep made to many of those if any. you are better off getting a truck that already is a diesel and save alot of time and money. which in the long run could be cheaper to buy a used truck that runs.
as for the swap you may have to buy need motor mounts or have special ones made to fit the mounts. then you got the fuel system and tank and since the diesel is alot more pressure you will have to change the lines and find a pump that will work, more money. then you need to get the wire harness changed to efi to the diesel and hope it works after modify to fix the truck. the if you moved to motor and trany from the stuck postion you will need new driveshafts. and then you got the radiator to get changed and if the new motor wieghts more you may have to change to springs in the front to keep the old ride hieght. told you it would be a ton of work.
Does anyone know if it is possible to put a bigger engine in the T3 as at the moment we have a 1.6 not turbo diesel and we can only do 90 kmh . we thought that maybe another engine and a five speed gearbox but which one will go straight in and if we have to adjust anything what would we have to change to get a bigger engine in. I don't suppose there is any chance of putting a turbo diesel engine straight in? Also why do you not have T3 1985 listed > I had to put this under 1986,
Anyway we managed to tow the T3 1985 camper to a garage and the problem isn't that bad .
Because the belt was slipping it wasn't turning the pully fast enough to cool the engine which is also why the rev counter was eratic apparently.
We had a small hole in the top of the expansion tank which is where the water came from (which will be replaced) and apparently the bit of oil had come from what looked like the flywheel casing anyway the mechanic got some long nosed pliers and pulled out a plastic tube from it (behind the line of injectors ) he seems to think that somthing is missing that conects to it - what ? i'm not sure, as my French isn't that good.