Re Big motor problem

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Benoit,
Oil pressure would suffer if the main bearings were breaking
down, the problem is, when the oil pressure suffers it is usually too
late, or is very close to really bad news.
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Clive Marks
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Big motor problem

I live in Norway, Benoit.
The shop is in Germany and the web page is in Garman but you understand most of the items:
http://www.hvd-japanparts.com/- yours is 'zilinderkopf'
it might help someone else too!!!!!!!!
cheers
Lubo
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Oh this is very good news! Do you to live in France Lubo? Toyota dealer hear wanted 5000 euros.
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Hi Benoit
if you find out it is the block I'll tell you where to buy one for 1250euros(new)
cheers
Lubo
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Clive
mine oil pressure is low, but the car does not use oil at all!!!Any comment
on that?
cheers
Lubo
'96 1HD-FT
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Lubo
Mine is the same - maybe a feature of the 1HD-FT?
Solution: add 1/2 litre more oil. Improves oil pressure at hot idle
and, so far as I can see, the relief valve prevents the pressure getting
too high when cold.
Christopher Bell
1996 1HD-FT
| Clive
| mine oil pressure is low, but the car does not use oil at all!!!Any
comment
| on that?
| cheers
| Lubo
| '96 1HD-FT
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Lubo,
What do you mean when you say your pressure is low? The Toyota
gauge is only a guide, it is also designed to stop people worrying
about pressure. It is an old trick to use a thicker oil to improve
your oil pressure, it is also a waste of time and not good for the
engine. If your oil is thick you have a good pressure but the oil is
not circulating well. With a thinner oil your pressure drops but you
know the oil is circulating. The only thing to be concerned about is
if the pressure gauge reads differently with the same grade of oil in
the engine.
Regards,
Clive Marks
Home: +44 1293 514600
Mobile: +44 7821 491897
Skype: Cobminor
Crawley, West Sussex, UK.
 
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I totally agree with clive on this because when I switched from Dino to
Synth the pressure dropped quite a bit when hot.
Its like you lose a little pressure according to the dash guage but not so
much its a problem but you do increase oil flow which is really good.
john 92HDJ 80 1HDT
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Thanks Christopher
good idea ;-))))))))
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From: "Christopher Bell" <[Email address removed]>
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Sent: Friday, June 01, 2007 4:35 PM
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Lubo
Mine is the same - maybe a feature of the 1HD-FT?
Solution: add 1/2 litre more oil. Improves oil pressure at hot idle
and, so far as I can see, the relief valve prevents the pressure getting
too high when cold.
Christopher Bell
1996 1HD-FT
| Clive
| mine oil pressure is low, but the car does not use oil at all!!!Any
comment
| on that?
| cheers
| Lubo
| '96 1HD-FT
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Clive
what seems to be 'low' for my car is when warm the gauge is between the
first and 2nd line,when cold exactly the 3rd line.it's been so since I've
bought it and as I said it never used a drop of oil changed at 15Tkm. Even
the last time I changed the oil at Toyota they advised me not to change it
at 10tkm,but 15tkm. I use full synthetic oil from Toyota(I think it is
'Shell'')
cheers
Lubo
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