: Fuid Amounts


BenBaker40
05-24-2005, 04:43 PM
Ok, I have searched and I have found info on how to do the changes, but what about the fluid amounts. Mannual Tranny, front and rear diff, and Xfer Case. I have a 2.7 2003 4x4. Thanks for any input.
Happy "l"

AK98Taco
05-24-2005, 06:16 PM
Front diff: 1.15 L or 1.22 US qts

Rear diff: 2.45 L or 2.58 US qts

T-case: 1.00 L or 1.1 US qts

Tranny: 2.50 L or 2.6 US qts

99TanTaco
05-24-2005, 06:18 PM
According to my Hayne's manual 2.3qts tranny, 1.2qts front diff, 2.7qts rear diff, and 1.2qts transfer case

AK98Taco
05-24-2005, 06:23 PM
According to my Hayne's manual 2.3qts tranny, 1.2qts front diff, 2.7qts rear diff, and 1.2qts transfer case

The Hayne's specs for the tranny and t-case are obviously wrong, then.

The spec for the rear diff depends on the vehicle: 4wd extra LWB, SWB with diff lock, LWB with diff lock, and simply without diff lock.

The above truck does not have diff lock, so it's either 2.69 US qts or 2.58 US qts. Hayne's is right, depending.

99TanTaco
05-24-2005, 06:30 PM
I was to lazy to get my owners manual, they listed the different quantity for the rear diff lock but since his was a 2.7 I didn't think that applied, I just looked again they do list a different capacity for lwb models

BTW, I almost forgot somebody forgot an "l" in the thread title

AK98Taco
05-24-2005, 06:39 PM
The biggest thing about figuring the amounts is that the 2.7L utilizes a different t-case, the W59.

Maybe "fuid" is a new word? Fweed?

99TanTaco
05-24-2005, 07:06 PM
It is interesting to see the differences between Toyota specs and what Haynes says, wonder what else they got wrong.

BenBaker40
05-24-2005, 07:51 PM
Great Thanks for all the info guys!