Toyota Land Cruiser
FJ60, FJ62 and FJ80 1980-1997 of release
Repair and car operation
Toyota Land Cruiser
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Systems of cooling, heating
+ 5. Fuel and exhaust systems
+ 6. System of decrease in toxicity
+ 7. Transmission
+ 8. Brake system
+ 9. Suspension brackets and steering
- 10. Body
10.1. Maintenance and repair
10.2. Vinyl furnish
10.3. Upholstery and rugs
10.4. Repair of insignificant damages
10.5. Repair of considerable damages
10.6. Loops and locks
10.7. Windscreen and motionless glasses
10.9. Latch of a cowl and drive cable
10.10. Forward lattice
10.11. Forward wing
10.12. Internal panel of a door
10.13. Door lock, lock and handle switch
10.14. Door glass
10.15. Window regulator
10.16. Lateral mirrors
10.18. Door of a back compartment
10.19. Back cover (the top door of a back compartment)
10.20. Casing of a steering column
10.21. Panels of forward facing of salon
10.22. Average floor section
10.23. Forward facing panel of salon
+ 11. Electric equipment
+ 12. Electroschemes
The condition in which there is a body of your car, is very important, because its cost depends on it in big degree at resale. It is much more difficult to repair the started or damaged body, than mechanical parts. The hidden cavities of a body, such as niches of wheels, a frame and a motor compartment are also important not less in spite of the fact that they do not demand frequent attention, as other parts of a body.
Once a year, or each 20 000 km, the body bottom by means of steam is very useful to clear. All traces of dirt and oil will be removed, and after this area it will be possible to check on existence of the rust, the damaged brake highways, the worn-out electric wires, the damaged ropes and so on. At the end of this work it is necessary to grease components of a forward suspension bracket.
At the same time clear the engine and a motor compartment by means of a paroochistitel or the adaptation for greasing removal.
The special attention is necessary for turning on niches of wheels as the substrate can exfoliate, both stones and the dirt, thrown out by wheels, can damage paint and allow to appear to a rust. If you found a rust, smooth out the damaged surface to the metal and put on it anticorrosive paint.
Spots of tar or bitumen are necessary for clearing by means of a fabric moistened in solvent.
At least, each six months polish a body and the chromeplated details. If you use a cleaner for the chromeplated parts to remove a rust from details with an electrodeposit, remember that the cleaner also deletes honor of chrome so use it carefully.