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toyota land cruisers use a viscous fan hub attached to the fan and the water pump
they have a habit of failing,resulting in over heating in situations like at lights , slow traffic and high rpms under load ( hilly work. cross country
the over heating cools down when highway speeds are attained
although it spinning when you look at it ,it will not drive and pull air through the radiator.
or just smart key dead.
what is same, please say what fails, now.
are the RKE dead, both keys,? dead. car came with 2, never have less, or that be big error, and huge costs.
is car with Immobilizer,
what fails, cranking, or just not starting
or IMMO lamp glows, telling you (dash light) cranking will never start ever.
The damper pulley, on the end of the crank is what drives the belts for pretty much everything else. the engine will overheat, the alternator wont charge, the power steering wont work, the air con wont work,
the back of the pulley has a machined surface that runs inside the front crank seal.
Is there a reason not to believe the toyota mechanic, or did it seem expensive?
The front damper pulley (harmonic balancer) can be $100 or more plus the seal and I believe the radiator needs to come out to complete the job
I have an 85 fj60 that keeps cutting out. the catalytic converter has been removed, the fuel filter is new. As soon as the engine is relatively warm, the engine cuts out when accelerated..... any suggestions?