This was my daily driver for many years and I parked it when I bought the 86. The rear wiper motor is not working. It was bought because more space was needed for us growing kids and our friends, and it replaced our 1986 Ford Sierra station-wagon. It did surprisingly well, but its relatively low ground clearance hindered it severely on tractor rutted areas. The second and third rows of seating could be laid fully flat, and the third-row seats could be folded to expand the luggage compartment. Thus, from this time, the entire LiteAce and TownAce range van and truck were unified.
In the 90s a new-shape Townace was released, and the Masterace version vanished, but there was now a Liteace-badged version, replacing the Masterace and the smaller previous Liteace. Transmission slips when cold but after that warms up and shifts good. She turned on the heat full blast and that cooled it down a little. Vans were supplied with several gasoline engines, including the 1486 cc discontinued in July 2002 and two 1781 cc units, the and. I'll install a tranny cooler just in case should have done that anyway! The gasoline engine was upgraded from to the 1781 cc , and the 2C diesel engine made way for the 2184 cc which remained in the market until discontinued in August 2004. Interior seat belts, arpet are stained in back.
I have tried a new water pump and cap but I think it is the head gasket and the oil appeared to have signs of water in it. Noah models received standard and optional twin the Skylite roof was discontinued. I drove the 87 from California and flew to Atlanta and drove the 86 home. Daihatsu Delta Wide The TownAce was also sold as the B10 series between October 1976 and October 1982. I had to replace the front brake pads last year. Starts immediately, even in a Calgary winter when I haven't plugged in the block heater. Might be coming up for sale.
In even light hills it would end up slowing down, down shifting and holding that lower gear for well after it needed it. This facelift was for Japan only. Have cleaned it minimally, o detailing just vacuuming, ashing and wiping a bit. After all that, the oil came out clean and the engine ran without knocking! Much of the vehicle's mechanicals were based on the , including suspension components. They are cheap to buy and maintain. So it appeared that through those minor oversights that we had lost a good Van.
The seats were from a wrecked factory custom Toyota van. I have not spent that much money on maintenance; I feel that regular oil changes and the occasional tune-up will help it reach at least half a million kilometers. They tend to range from about twenty five hundred for a so-so automatic one, to as much as six thousand for a good manual version. I may also consider letting you part out the 87 over a two of days as long as you leave a rolling chassis that can be towed. Shipping will be the responsibility of the bidder.
Have cleaned it minimally, o detailing just vacuuming, ashing and wiping a bit. I then drained it again and put regular cheap oil into it with a new filter and repeated twice. The two back seats are captain chairs and have locking swivel options. All payments must clear before pickup. The trans will have a lifetime warranty. With the addition of a set off new larger and more aggressive tires it improved the ground clearance enough to be a bit more useful in the muck.
And most recently an output shaft seal that is starting to leak in the rear axle. Turns out there was really no catch! Later in October 1976, the was released—a larger model heavily based on the M10 series LiteAce. I've just got to take it real easy on the mountain passes of Colorado. Japan: Toyota Motor Corporation — Overseas Parts Department. Diesel engines were discontinued in August 2004 as they did not comply with emissions standards. I have owed a Toyota Van continuously starting in 89 with an 85 window cargo. This is hard for me but I think it is time.
Toyota released the in May 1990—a larger vehicle than the TownAce and MasterAce Surf. It was mid summer and the traffic on highway 217 was backed up as usual. A rare form of a rarity…and it was for sale. Noah passenger models had three-row seating with either six, seven, or eight occupant positions—made up by having either three rows of two , two rows of buckets and third-row , or buckets up front and benches for the two back rows. A Montana package arrived in January 1982, complete with removable and electric curtains.