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  1. #31

    Re: Prado Petrol to diesel - what would I notice?

    Not replacement injectors....servicing them. I think there were some consumables for part of the service but big cost apparently. Service items.

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  2. #32

    Re: Prado Petrol to diesel - what would I notice?

    Someone with a 200 and a service manual might post up. From memory the diesel filters are part of the big service. I had read it's an entire injection system service and not cheap
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    ps. Here are just some links I found on a very quick search...

    https://www.facebook.com/berrimadies...4416008268627/

    1hz should be replaced at 100,000 - 120,000klms - I think these are 100 series?
    https://www.turbofuelinjectionaustra...rs-HZJ75-HZJ80

    but cheap enough for re-conditioned ones it seems. Unless you are mechanical there is labour of course.

    I couldn't be bothered spending more time on this...Toyota are trading on a reputation from a long time ago.
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  3. #33

    Re: Prado Petrol to diesel - what would I notice?

    Nothing to service - just replace when they get out of spec or fail. Definitely not cheap if you go through Toyota (but what is these days) but aftermarket can be had for a bit over $300 each - not expensive in 200 land

  4. #34

    Re: Prado Petrol to diesel - what would I notice?

    Good to know. Still wouldn't have one but good to see parts getting cheaper. I would sooner have a y62 Patrol with petrol V8.

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  5. #35

    Re: Prado Petrol to diesel - what would I notice?

    Each to their own. Been a diesel lad since I bought my first Hilux - when diesel was just over 50 cents a litre and half the price of petrol. The Y62 is good value courtesy of abysmal sales. Haven't looked at one myself though.

  6. #36

    Re: Prado Petrol to diesel - what would I notice?

    Quote Originally Posted by Noelm View Post
    Hands up anyone who has replaced a set of injectors? they might be expensive, but, unless you have some sort of mishap, they will almost last the life of the motor!
    Just had a new set of injectors, 3 dump pipe and 3 exhaust put onto my 05 Patrol (4.2td)

    From memory the injectors were about $800

    Reputable diesel expert says injectors should be at least checked about 150,000 kms and should definitely be replaced around 200,000 kms

    Mine ended up a different vehicle.


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