Toyota Land Cruiser 1998 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Toyota Land Cruiser 1998 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Toyota Land Cruiser 100 Series: Used review (1998-2002)
The LandCruiser has a long and proud history in this country. The big Toyota arrived here in the 1950s when it was put to good use on the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Project. In some parts of the ...Read More
Toyota Land Cruiser 1998: What is the towing power of this car?
By 1998, the LandCruiser had gained bigger brakes and a bigger wheel and tyre combination, making these later versions the best for towing. Pre-1995 versions were limited to towing 2500kg, but the upgrade took that limit to 3500kg which is still competitive even today. The transmission makes no difference to this limit.
Toyota Land Cruiser 1998: Any engine problems?
The engine used in the 1998 model was the 1 HD FT, which doesn’t suffer the big-end bearing problems.
Toyota LandCruiser: running a 100 Series on gas
I know people who run big Toyotas on gas but the maker has never recommended gas conversions on any of its vehicles. Does that help?
Toyota LandCruiser: replacement for a 100 series
It's the LandCruiser every time if you're heading into the outback. The truck itself is just about bulletproof and gets The Tick from me. Toyota's service and support in the bush is legendary and could make all the difference if you strike trouble.
Toyota LandCruiser: LPG refill problem
Our LPG experts say it's unlikely to be air in the tank because the installation was done some 18 months ago. The most likely cause is a heat source influencing pressure in the tank, so check for modifications to the exhaust system etc.
Used Toyota Land Cruiser review: 1990-2011
Toyota's LandCruiser is a genuine 4WD, not just a people mover dressed up to look tough, but which is nothing more than a car underneath that supposedly rugged body. Highly capable off-road, the big ...Read More
Toyota LandCruiser: LPG conversion
The 1998 Landcruiser is a popular candidate for the installation of LPG and people who have installed LPG typically save about 50 percent on their running costs. In typical use, and with the government rebate, you could expect to recover your investment within 12 months. The engines operate well on LPG and without premature degradation, however as a precaution it is recommended that you have valve clearances checked every 50,000 km rather than manufacturer's recommendation of every 80,000 km. The worst-case fuel consumption, dependent on whether it's an auto/manual, would be approximately 25 L/100km.
Toyota LandCruiser: oil consumption
There is no oil consumption issue we are aware of with the 4.5-litre six. If you’re going to buy one ask for a service record, which might show oil usage.
Toyota LandCruiser: will the engine wear out?
All engines wear out in time, whether they are running lightly loaded or operating under a heavy load. There is no reason to believe the Landcruiser engine would wear out faster if it weren’t run under load, as the mechanics have suggested.