Toyota HZ engine

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Bottom view of the 1HZ head
Bottom view of 1HZ/1HDT connecting rods and crank
Front view of 1HZ/1HDT timing gears (1HZ uses timing belt not gears). Engine rotated 90 deg clockwise

The Toyota 1HZ is an engine developed by Toyota Motor Corporation for the Toyota Land Cruiser and the Toyota Coaster Bus of 1990. It replaced the previous (2H) heavy duty engine which was being used in older Toyota Land Cruiser models. This engine generates more power and torque than previous diesel Toyota Land Cruiser engine. Despite being 25 years old, the 1HZ still sees use in Landcruiser 70 Series production worldwide with the exception of Petrol-only markets and Euro 4 markets, where the 1GR-FE and 1VD-FTV Turbo-Diesel is supplied respectively. A popular engine in the 80 series Land Cruiser and replacing the 70/75 series 2H in 1990.

Explanation of Images[edit]

The 1HZ Toyota Landcruiser 4.2 Diesel 6-cylinder 12-valve ohc (over head camshaft) is of the IDI or indirect injection design, and delivers maximum power of 96 kW (129 hp) @3800 rpm and maximum torque of 285Nm (210lbft) @2200 rpm.

See Also[edit]

Toyota KZ engine

External links[edit]

Rebuilding a 1HZ Motor

Toyota 1HZ Head