2003 Toyota Touring Hiace
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Touring Hiace Troubleshooting
1998, took car for general service after having
problem with hard start & lots of smoke .c...
Body parts spares
1999, Got an accident and needs 2 front
doors,rear and front wind screens,side wind
Idles to fast
2001, My van idles too fast. How do I access
the other side of the carburetor? Is there an
|Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:||3000 cm3|
|Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:||Automatic|
|Price (out of date):||$15500|
2003 Toyota Touring Hiace specs, Engine size 3.0l., Fuel type Diesel, Transmission Gearbox Automatic
Introduced in 1967, the Hiace was offered as cab-over pick-up, delivery van, and Commuter. And also named Hiace Commercial as a campervan. A very rare model these days mostly because of weather wear and rust, in Europe most of the vans are exported to Africa as they enjoy a longer life there.
The new Hiace of 1977 featured a smoother cab with single headlights. In addition to the petrol engine, a 2.2-litre diesel engine was offered in certain markets. New for the "20-40 series" Hiace were double-cab pick-up, super-long-wheelbase van, and high-roof Commuter.
When the third generation was released in 1982, certain variants of the 2nd generation were still built for several years after.
A new Hiace van was launched in 1982, with the Hiace pick-up coming later; the cab was shared with the bigger Toyoace light truck, however with different frontal styling. The Van is coded 50-series for short wheelbase, 60 for long, and 70 for super long. The pick-up trucks are 80 and 90-series. The Toyota Mobile Lounge, displayed at the 1987 Tokyo Motor Show, is based on the Hiace high-roof Commuter. While the van and Commuter were redesigned in 1989, the pick-up lasted until mid-1990s. This was the last Hiace pick-up.
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