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Toyota Kluger Repair Manual 2000-2007


Toyota Kluger Repair Manual 2000-2007

Toyota Kluger
Toyota Highlander
First/1st Generation


2.4 L 2AZ-FE I4
3.0 L 1MZ-FE V6
3.3 L 3MZ-FE V6

Automatic & Manual


Toyota Kluger Repair Manual

The Highlander (or Kluger in Japan and Australia) imparted a stage to its XU30 arrangement Lexus RX/Toyota Harrier cousin. It came in five (2001–2007) and seven-seat (2004–2007) setups and turned into a business accomplishment for Toyota in various business sectors across the world. The Highlander came standard with front wheel drive and offered all wheel drive (50:50 front:rear fixed force split). Dissimilar to Toyota’s own 4Runner and other moderate sized contenders, for example, the Jeep Grand Cherokee, or Chevrolet TrailBlazer, the Highlander focused on-street comfort with its unibody development and free back suspension. Despite the fact that it was longer than the 1996–2002 4Runner accessible at the time it was dispatched, the Highlander was outperformed long by the upgraded 4Runner in August 2002.

The Highlander was accessible in three trim lines in the United States: the base model, the Sport model, and the Limited model. The base and Limited models were available when the Highlander was at first presented, while the Sport model was presented in March 2006. In Japan, it is viewed as an extravagance vehicle as the Kluger surpasses Japanese Government guidelines managing motor dislodging and outside measurements.

In 2004 the wheels on the Limited trim transformed from a six-addressed a five-talked combination. The base-model Highlander wheels likewise changed from steel-edges to the composite wheels that were on the 2001–2003 model year Highlander Limited and B-Package. The Sport models had a particular grille configuration, separating themselves from the non-Sport models. Wheel styling likewise serves to separate the different models—the half breed sports an exceptional twin-talked plan.

The Kluger was acquainted with Australia in October 2003. It was accessible in three appearances: CV, CVX, and Grande. A restricted version CV Sport model was likewise delivered in 2006. There was no half and half model accessible in Australia. The solitary motor offered was the 3.3-liter 3MZ-FE V6. Common mileage utilizing the Australian standard testing system is 12.3 L/100 km (23.0 mpg‑imp; 19.1 mpg‑US).