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Spark Plugs Toyota V6 Replacement Tundra 4Runner Tacoma FJ Cruiser 1GR-FE 4.0L V6 (1GR-FE V6)

DIY spark plug replacement on Tundra, Tacoma, 4Runner, and Fj Cruiser for the 1GR-FE 4.0L V6.

The 1GR-FE is the 4.0 L (3956 cc) version, designed for longitudinal mounting in RWD and 4WD pickup applications. It has a 94 mm bore and a stroke of 95 mm. Output is 236 hp (176 kW) at 5200 rpm with 266 lb⋅ft (361 N⋅m) of torque at 4000 rpm on 87 octane, and 240 hp (179 kW) at 5200 rpm with 278 lb⋅ft (377 N⋅m) at 3700 rpm on 91 octane. This engine features Toyota's VVT-i, variable valve timing system on the intake cam and a compression ratio of 10.0:1. Service weight, including fluids, is 166 kg (366 lb).

An updated version of this engine features Dual VVT-i, increasing output to 270 hp (201 kW) at 5600 rpm and 278 lb⋅ft (377 N⋅m) at 4400 rpm on 87 octane and 285 hp (213 kW) and 289 lb⋅ft (392 N⋅m) on 91 octane.[citation needed] Inside, the 1GR uses a "taper-squish" combustion chamber design with matching pistons to improve anti-knocking and engine performance, while also improving intake and fuel efficiency. Toyota adopted a siamese-type intake port, which reduces the surface area of the port walls and prevents fuel from adhering to such walls. This engine has special cast-iron cylinder liners cast into the block, which are a spiny type to improve adhesion between the liner and cylinder block. With these special thin liners it is impossible to bore the block. In the event of cylinder wall damage (scoring, deep protrusions, etc.), the entire cylinder block must be replaced. For increased block rigidity, the 1GR also receives a high temperature plastic insulator/protector, which fills the empty space between the outer portion of the cylinders and block material common to open deck engines. For increased cooling efficiency, the 1GR employs water passages between the bores of the engine. There are two such passages for each bank for a total of four. This reduces cylinder hot-spotting and keeps combustion chamber temperatures more uniform.

A bolt-on TRD supercharger kit was available on the Tacoma and FJ Cruiser but has been discontinued by Toyota.

The new 2015 Toyota HiLux receives a slightly different version of the single VVT-i engine, with the only change being a removal of an air intake baffle tank being replaced by a conventional air filter housing to intake pipe to surge tank style. The new intake pipe now contains resonators. Power output is unchanged.
2016 Toyota HiLux V6 engine bay

Applications with VVT-i (calendar years):

2002-2009 Toyota 4Runner / Hilux Surf (GRN210/215)
2007-2011 Toyota Land Cruiser (GRJ200)
2002-2009 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado (GRJ120/121/125)
2009–present Toyota Land Cruiser Prado (GRJ150/150R/155)
2004–2015 Toyota Tacoma (GRN225/245/250/265/270)
2005-2015 Toyota Hilux (GGN10/20)
2005-2006 Toyota Tundra (GSK30)
2006-2009 Toyota Tundra (GSK50/51)
2005–2015 Toyota Fortuner (GGN50/60)
2006-2009 Toyota FJ Cruiser (GSJ10/15)
2015–present Toyota Hilux

Applications with Dual VVT-i (calendar years):

2009–present Toyota 4Runner (GRN280/285)
2009–2017 Toyota FJ Cruiser
2010–present Toyota Tundra (GSK50/51)
2012–present Toyota Land Cruiser
2012–present Lexus GX 400 (GRJ150)
2014-2015 Toyota Land Cruiser 70 30th Anniversary Edition
2015–present Toyota Fortuner


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John Weber : Great video. In regards to the use of antisieze this is what Denso says in their guide on installing spark plugs "If you apply grease or another screw thread lubricant to the threaded part of the plug, you are liable to tighten the plug to an excessive degree, impairing the integrity of the seal, even if you apply no more than the recommended torque. For this reason, do not coat the plug with screw thread lubricant."
Shawn Sturgeon : Great directions! I’ve done plenty of tuneups but never my 4Runner since I just got it, it’s nice to see how someone else does it. Thanks
Pinarello Rider : Thank you for sharing!! I just bought a used 2007 4Runner 4.0 and look forward to doing a lot of the work on it myself and joining the 4th gen family!
David L : Amazing video, you just gained another follower, not many tackle the difficult side first. Very informative, and straight to the point.
Wheel Buddy : Thank you man.. The internet is a better place with people like u

An Italian last lap fight in the desert! | #QatarGP 2005

What a race we enjoyed back in 2005 in Qatar!

Relive the epic battles for the victory between Rossi, Melandri and Gibernau! ⚔️

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Jally Thea : I love watching Vale46's racing style from the start, the small pieces are nice to look at, really cool, just Vale46
Luis Lozano : Gran victoria de Valentino Rossi!! Un placer poder volver a ver la carrera repetida por aquí
Mayukh Sharma : 10 years later he won again and in even better fashion. Always a legend
Noemi Angeles : ¡Muchas gracias por enviarme estas excelentes carreras de motogp!
¡Saludos desde México !
Daniels San : Dont know what happened in that race but I always remember how Rossi was overtaking Honda in the main straight of Losail. Only happened in Qatar

Nissan Titan Brake Booster Problem

I fixed this problem by installing a new master cylinder and drilling out the end 1/8 of an inch where the output shaft comes out from the booster so it would be be pushing on the master cylinder at all.
maushi : I have the same problem but with a 1994 nissan pathfinder. How did you fix it?
demonaghan45 : Titan forums recommend changing the brake booster check valve. Might have to order it oem, all my cookie cutter box stores have to order it. Currently I have my front left and rtm rear calipers sticking. Installing new calipers - bracketed all the way around and will replace the check valve. Had it happen in '14 on the left rear. Replaced that caliper no problems since. Will also check the master as shown in this video. '06 Titan, 294k mi.
caprycoro : hi jeff can you please put some pics of were you make the drilling thanks
Norman Pollard : If you have this exact problem, here is a solution. I did what this guy did, as he wrote below his video back in 2014. He has not responded to any questions or has not reported if this continue to work or not. But I tried it and of course I don't work in a machine shop so I might not have gotten exactly one eighth of an inch drilled out of the master cylinder. I then took it to a local shop where they bled my brakes. If you are careful there will not be that much air in your system it was not that bad driving there. Here's the deal it improved my problem but only about 50%. Somehow or another I think through divine revelation, I got this idea of drilling a hole in my booster check valve. but the decision then was which side of the valve should I drill the hole. Since I had already replaced the valve I had the old one in reserve. I took the smallest drill bit I could find which was probably about a 1/32, and I drilled right Square if you had it installed you would be looking right at the highest point on the back inside of the check valve. Be careful not to drill through the diaphragm. I have driven approximately 30 miles with this fixand it appears to be working perfectly. Honestly I think I could have done this and not done other and it would have worked. I would go ahead and spend the $10 for a new check valve and performed a procedure on the old one just in case it doesn't work for you. Good luck and be Blessed.
Steee_zy : My 350z tires do the same thing feeling locked up and hard to rotate when up on jackstands does this indicate that the brake booster is not releasing pressure and calipers are still holding pressure thus locking tires in place does this mean I need a new master cylinder or brake booster? If i could get an opinion I'd really appreciate it thanks.

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