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Head gasket gone - need a service manual for 4y toyota hilux 1988

Is it posible to send some diagrams illustrating all manifold bolts etc.to sslandscapes@yahoo.com.au

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  • gerry bissi May 11, 2010

    If head gasket is leaking coolant or combustion gas is leaking, you need a new head gasket. The intake & exhaust manifolds must be removed and all the head bolts (anout 12).

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Http://www.ncttora.com/fsm/87-4Runner/toyota_truck_and_4runner_88.pdf
Here is a link to the FSM (Factory Service Manual) in PDF format. It is the book the Toyota Techs use.

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You can us a repair maual by CHILTON BOOKS part number 68600 this book covers 1970-1988 toyota pick up 4 runners this book has step by step instuckens on how to do that job and more you can get it at an auto part store

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