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Fortuner 2007 3.0 4x4


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On 2/26/2024 at 5:39 AM, transam said:

Don't forget the front axle oil, I used Mobil for that, which improved disengaging the 4x4 thingy..

You have a 4 x 4 for the black tops or is it ever used?

 

I see many 4 x 4 and suspect 90% or more are never off black top.

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3 minutes ago, PJ71 said:

Not for now, but should i think of anything i'll let you know ( unlikely ).

 

 

Great, read carefully next time before you try to be witty.......................:saai:

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22 hours ago, PJ71 said:

You have a 4 x 4 for the black tops or is it ever used?

 

I see many 4 x 4 and suspect 90% or more are never off black top.

Ridiculous to have 4 x4 in Thailand all the extra weight and gears and not use it much , I have a Rocco and Fortuner 

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16 minutes ago, Irish star said:

Ridiculous to have 4 x4 in Thailand all the extra weight and gears and not use it much , I have a Rocco and Fortuner 

Really, yours are just for the Tesco run then, or a financial decision....? 🤔

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2 minutes ago, AgMech Cowboy said:

I think you're being ignored now. 

😂..........I just find it odd folk coming on here having a poke at an owner of a 4x4, especially the "All that extra weight and gears"..............😂

What extra gears............🤭

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On 2/27/2024 at 3:58 PM, PJ71 said:

You have a 4 x 4 for the black tops or is it ever used?

 

I see many 4 x 4 and suspect 90% or more are never off black top.

Not sure where you drive, but I see them all the time on concrete roads, so not just on black top. 

 

 

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If I bought an older vehicle with an automatic transmission and no service records, I would then take it to B-Quik (or some-such) while the oil is very hot and have them do the "re-refine" filtering/flushing process. 

 

Then, after driving it for over a thousand km I would take it back to B-Quik (or some-such) and have them drop the pan, replace the strainer and change it to the correct, factory specified fluid. 

 

Then after driving it another ten thousand km I would take it back to B-Quik (or some-such) and have them change it with the correct fluid again. 

 

 

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