Factory engine repair manual for the iconic 2F petrol/gasoline engine as fitted to the Toyota 40, 55 and 60 Series four wheel drive vehicles. This repair manual has been prepared to provide information covering general repair for 2F Gasoline engine as fitted to the TOYOTA LAND CRUISER. Per Toyota Motor Sales Co., LTD. The Toyota 2F engine was one of the "F" series of OHV inline-6 cylinder engines produced by Toyota between 1955-1992. "F" Series engines are known for their high amount of torque at low RPM, massive cast iron blocks and heads and also their high reliability. The 2F Engine had one of the longest production runs of any Toyota engine. The "F" Series engines all incorporate overhead valves actuated by pushrods from a gear driven camshaft in the lower portion of the engine. The engine was first introduced in the Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser, and in many countries, was the only gasoline engine offered in the Landcruiser until 1993. Although it's commonly badged as the Land Cruiser engine, it was used in a variety of other large truck applications as well, such as in fire trucks and the Toyota FQ15 trucks. It was also used in the Crown based Japanese Police Patrol Cars FH26 and FS20-FS50.
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