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Green hub lock lamp flashing on 1995 prado land cruiser

Occured soon after mot forced brake disc change . Any connection? Stops flashing occasionally.No noticeable driving change though wife thinks it is stiffer.
On muddy slope, in 4wd, rear wheels slipping but no forward traction. Does this mean I have no 4wd.

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  • bia91j Dec 23, 2008

    I have same problem it started when I had to change out the wheel studs on the front l/h hub



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When i push in my landcruiser prado model 1994 4/4 button the hub is not locking what can i do ?

You may have a frozen cable to the actuator, or the actuator itself may be bad. Check also for vacuum leak(s). Peace. God bless.

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Prado Tailgate or (Rear door) doesn't lock

Hello! There is a 4 pin connector that plugs into the tailgate with colors; Gray/Blue (pin4)...White/Black (pin1)...Blue/Black (pin3)...And Blue/White (pin 2)...Pins 2 & 3 are the motor that operates the tailgate...pins 1 & 4 are the switch contacts with pin 1 (White/Black wire tied to chassis ground)...When you press your remote Ground should be on pin #4...Check the plug to see if it is properly connected also inspect for loose or broken wires....If all looks good open the left kick panel and switch relays "L" and "U" and see if the problem occurs on a different door...If it does Relay "L" is the culprit...Replace relay...Guru...saailer

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Im buying a 2001 prado gxl with 265 tyres on it (road tyres) and i have a set of 285 cooper sts these tyers will fit on the rims no probs but will they foul on the gard or scrape anywhere when im off road...

prado is a kind of land cruiser.

The original tire equipment size is 275/70-16 for those vehicles.
If you are currently using 265/70-16 and plans to upgrade to 285... Make sure you verify if your Cooper tires size reflects 285/65-16.
Because, this is the only way you can keep your current settings unchanged with respect to the wheel/tire well size.

Effects (according to Tire Size Calculator):
*So, the sidewall remains 7.3 in, the radius (15.3 in) will stay the same, the diameter (30.6 in) will not change, and the number of tire revolutions/mile ( approximately 659.0 revs/mile) remains the same.
Expect, however, the circumference to change only changes from 96.2 in to 96.1in (not a big deal).

Jun 06, 2009 | 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser

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Indicator problem 98 Prado

Indicator on right side rear flashes twice normal speed and the front right indicator does not flash

May 28, 2009 | 1985 Toyota Land Cruiser

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I can not get my new ignition cyclinder lock in

I just change my prado ignition distributor and my vihicle hardly start well, it used second or more time to start up what the problem?

Feb 14, 2009 | 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser

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Need tire size for 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado

Big tires:

1. Hard time for your drive train (clutch, cv joint, tranny, diff gears) , power steering, brakes
2. Slow acceleration
3. possible fender damage
4. turning radius problem
5. increase body roll and instability
1. good ground clearance
2. softer ride
3. Enhanced off-road ability

tires your planning to buy can fit into your existing rims.
My personal opinion is for you to go for the bigger tires!

Dec 04, 2008 | 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser

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