The Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser was equipped with various engine options throughout its production run, depending on the market and model year. One of the most common and iconic engines found in the FJ40 is the 3.9-liter inline six-cylinder engine.
This engine, known as the “F” engine, was part of Toyota’s “F series” of engines and featured a cast-iron block and cylinder head. It typically produced around 125 to 135 horsepower and was known for its durability and reliability, making it well-suited for off-road use and rugged terrain.
In addition to the “F” engine, some FJ40 models were also equipped with other engine options, including diesel engines in certain markets. These engines varied in displacement and configuration, depending on regional requirements and availability.
The inline six-cylinder “F” engine is one of the most iconic and recognizable features of the Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser, contributing to its reputation for durability and off-road capability.
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