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dervdave

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About dervdave

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    The biggest Victor Meldrew
  • Birthday 01/07/1956

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    Dave

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  • Gender*
    Male
  • Toyota Model
    Hilux 3.0d Invincible D/Cab
  • Toyota Year
    2013
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Tyne & Wear
  1. Australia and New Zealand have had them a while
  2. Stick to the Toyota service schedule Sammy which will be in the vehicles handbook ;)
  3. Use the best diesel fuel available Sammy.......Shell V-Power nitro+, its worth the extra if you care for your car and plan on keeping her :)
  4. R.I.P Lemmy
  5. My 2013 Hilux regens every 200 miles or thereabouts
  6. Sell it !
  7. No oil in rear diff
  8. Why was the original turbo replaced ? if it went bang it sounds like everything wasn`t cleaned out properly inc the oil feed pipe
  9. I think your logic is just about spot on and could the car probably do with another BG244 to help get all the filth out the system, it won`t do much for your turbo issues though so would better off using a couple of bottles of Forte turbo cleaner or the better but more expensive Archoil AR6600 and continued use of Shell V-Power
  10. Best of Luck !
  11. There won`t be much difference if the fuel system is already clean, how can you clean something thats already clean ?
  12. Just wanted to check you do know about all the other issues with this engine before you start throwing money at it
  13. Thats a hellofagood answer John
  14. Yep the Hilux `Injector` issue only affected the 3.0d 2007 models, the OPs will have a different injector problem