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mechanic holding used toyota Hi-Ace engine partLooking for hard-to-find authentic spares for your car? We are one of South Africa’s leading online genuine used parts providers. With our vast supply of spare parts, we are guaranteed to have what you need. We offer you a big collection of high quality second-hand Toyota spares at competitive prices. We only offer high-quality used auto parts and do thorough inspections on every used component we sell, so you can purchase with confidence from us.

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    Recent Hi-Ace Part Requests

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    vehicle-year
    Requirements
    2021-10-03 16:17:42 +00:00
    2004
    4Y 2.2
    Need the price on front and back drums
    2021-10-03 16:01:46 +00:00
    2004
    2.2
    Sliding door lock and all the the bearings of the sliding door that it can operate smoothly
    About the Hi-Ace

    About The Toyota Hi-Ace

    The Toyota Hi-Ace is a mid-size passenger van in the Toyota commercial vehicle range. It replaced the long running Toyota Van/Truck in 1983. The engine was upgraded in 1992 from 2L to 2.4L and then to its current state of 3L and 2.5L also for the Land Cruiser Prado with a 2.7 L diesel engine as of 2005.

    When Toyota introduced the HiAce in South Africa, it completely revolutionized the bus market. It is a true people mover that offers 14 to 17 different seating configurations as well as a raised driver’s cab and internal walkways for added comfort and safety. In 2005 the HiAce was again given a major facelift to coincide with its 40 th anniversary, and became more stylish than ever, boasting a roomy body, plus ground breaking features like retractable roof vent panels and a convenient under belly crank-up platform for easy loading.

    Engine

    3.0-litre six-cylinder (EFI) Fuel Tank Capacity – 70 litres

    Fuel Consumption – 10.5 l/100 km

    Maximum speed – 180 km/h Average fuel consumption in combined cycle, liters per 100 kilometers (higher is better): 15.7 to 13.2

    Tow capacity when equipped with factory installed hitch (more is better) 1000 lbs (454 kg)

    Transmission- Five-speed manual Chassis Cab model has three forward speeds plus one reverse speed, all electronically controlled by a column mounted shifter. The HiAce van comes standard with front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. Front Suspension Independent, coil spring above the wishbone, anti roll bar Steering Rack and Pinion, power assisted Brakes Front disc brakes Rear drum brakes Turning radius – 20 feet (6 m)

    Common Problems

    Though the HiAce is a tough, hardworking vehicle, it can be susceptible to certain problems. Here are some of the most common:

    Stalling and stuttering: This is often caused by a dirty throttle body and fuel injectors. The throttle position sensor may also need to be replaced.

    Leaking transmission fluid: A worn-out seal or gasket in the oil pan or around one of the axles can cause this problem.

    Overheating: Check for coolant leaks in the radiator and related hoses, as well as faulty fans and fan relays that prevent cooling fans from turning on when needed. Also, make sure that there isn’t low brake fluid or oil; this could overheat if not addressed immediately.

    Dashboard warning lights: Check the manual to see what each light means. If they stay on after starting, it may be an indication of a bad sensor or other internal problem.

    Headlights and tail-light failure: Faulty headlight or tail light fuses are common in this model, but more serious problems with the electrical system can cause these issues as well.

    Wheel bearing noise: A wheel bearing that has worn out should be replaced immediately. It is very important that you don’t drive your HiAce with a bad wheel bearing any longer than necessary, because it could damage the axle beyond repair.

    Rear suspension clunking/squeaking: This noise is usually caused by worn shock absorbers which aren’t damping suspension components adequately.

    Vehicle pulls to one side: First, check the wheel alignment to see if it needs to be reset. If that doesn’t fix the problem, then try replacing your tyres with new ones of the same type and size. It’s also possible that something is bent or misaligned in the steering system which will need attention by a qualified service shop.

    There are many other problems you may encounter with your HiAce van. The best way to prevent these issues from happening in the first place is by maintaining regular scheduled maintenance with a reputable repair shop.

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