Question about 2007 Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota Sahara console cooler box , where is the cooling unit and how to get to it, also how to take out the cooler box
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just got done doing it actually. remove all the visible screws.. two in the front two above the cup holders. 4 Screws total there. Next pull off the black part that has the cup holders. Under that there are 2 screws holding the console to the floor. Remove them. Then go to the sides on the back.. There are two covers they are oval shaped. pop them off and remove the 4 bolts in there. Then pull off the top part. Next pull out the whole console. The only part thats left it the metal support. It will have 4 bolts and 4 screws attaching it to the floor. Then your done. Except for the two ugly holes where there is no carpet.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2008
INSTALL OIL COOLER
-clean the oil cooler contact surface on the oil cooled mounting
-install a new O-ring to the oil cooler.
-temporarily install the oil cooler with the nut
-apply a light coat of engine oi on the threads and under the head of the relief vale
-install the plate washer and union bolt. torque 78Nm (800kgfcm, 58 ft lbs.)
-tighten the nut,torque 8.8Nm (90kgfcm, 78 inch lbs.)
-connect the 2 water bypass hoses to the oil cooler.
HOPE THIS CAN HELP.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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Have your shop check the bearings adjacent to where the leakage is apparent. If the oild seals keep breaking down, there must be another reason causing it.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2011
Townace VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) plate (with all the vehicle identifying information) is here:
sit in the driver's seat;
reach down between your legs to mid-calf;
the plate is under the carpet flap behind your hand;
get out of the vehicle to read it;
shine a torch on it from the side so you can clearly see the embossed data.
Very carefully copy all the information onto a card and keep it in your wallet. (Beware: don't mix up the I's and L's. [Like I did.])
Posted on Aug 03, 2012
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