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I have a 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser 4.5L/V6, with 190,000, with a bad Oil Pan Gasket. Dealer wants $750 to repair. I would like to do myself, but am unsure exactly what to expect. If you have any advise, including special tools required, difficulty of job, etc. please provide. Thanks!
I am in the process of getting a 1997 LX450 with full locker system!! Anyway, a few quick questions: 1. Axles...are they full-floating?? 2. Lockers...are they clutch-type or mechanical (like Detroit)?? 3. Any particular weakness that i should look for when buying it?? (aka radiator, leaks, etc.) Thanks in advance. Apparently, this LX is very well cared for...no off-roading.
Responding to an earlier post comparing the 98TLC with the 97LX450, I too would like to have the V8, but with gas prices being as they are,the difference in the price of the vehicles, and these vehicles gas mileage isn't great, I'm very pleased with my 97TLC. I brought it used with 37k miles on it, had to replace battery,starter, and tires, other than that, I'm sold with Toyota and Lexus.I ... Read More