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|What’s Covered in this Manual|
|Years||1988 – 1997|
|Content||Lubrication and Maintenance, Suspension, Differential & Driveline, Vehicle, Quick Reference, Brakes, Cooling, Audio/Video, Chime/Buzzer, Electronic Control Modules, Engine Systems, Heated Systems, Horn, Ignition Control, Instrument Cluster, Lamps, Message Systems, Power Systems & Restraints, Speed Control, Vehicle Theft, Security, Wipers/Washers, Navigation/Telecommunication, Wiring, Engine, Exhaust System, Frame & Bumpers, Fuel System, Steering, Transmission and Transfer Case, Tires/Wheels, Body, Heating & Air Conditioning, Emission Control, Component and System, TurboCharger, Index|
|Product ID||Toyota Lexcen 1988 – 1997 Repair Manual|
Toyota Lexcen Repair Manual
Changes in the general estimations of the Australian dollar and Japanese yen made it monetarily unrealistic to proceed with the all around respected Nissan motor of the VL. All things being equal, Holden made their own 3.8-liter V6 motor dependent on a Buick configuration, adjusted from FWD to RWD. The 5.0-liter V8 stayed discretionary and got a force lift to 165 kW (221 hp) kindness of multi-point fuel injection. Although not known for its refinement, the new V6 was in any case applauded for its presentation and eco-friendliness at the time. The 2.0-liter Family II motor offered in New Zealand was additionally offered in some other fare markets including Singapore where the model likewise was badged Berlina. Accompanying the progressions to motors, the VL’s four-speed programmed transmission was supplanted by the Turbo-Hydramatic and a Borg-Warner five-speed manual. A Series II update of the VN showed up in September 1989, highlighting an overhauled V6 motor referred to inside as the EV6. With the update came a force climb of ascending to 127 kW (170 hp) from 125 kW (168 hp).
Toyota Lexcen Repair Manual
Under a fruitless model sharing plan that was important for the Hawke Labor government changes in 1989, which saw the arrangement of the United Australian Automobile Industries collusion among Holden and Toyota Australia, the last started selling identification designed renditions of the VN Commodore made by Holden. The rebadged Commodores were sold as the Toyota Lexcen, named after Ben Lexcen who was the architect of Australia II yacht that won the 1983 America’s Cup. The first T1 Lexcen offered vehicle and station cart body structures in three degrees of trim: base, GL and GLX. Additionally, they were just accessible with 3.8-liter V6 motor and programmed transmission combination.