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Postby seansammut » Thu 15. Nov 2012, 02:13

Hi all,

I have just registered into this forum. I am a happy owner of a toyota landcruiser 90 (japan) ikz-te intercooler. The reason why I am here is that I am looking for a landcruiser specialist in Germany close to Luxembourg. I found landcruiser24 which is 3 hours away. If you could suggest others which are closer it would be greatly appreciated :) .

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Shawn
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby seansammut » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 09:49

No one ? :(

I have several mechanical problems and I am really desperate for one in the area of Trier, Saarbrucken, Merzig.
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby 12HT » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 10:08

Hey Shawn,
why don´t you just wait a few hours until the experts are out of bed?
Landcruiser24 is a good choise.

Cheers, Markus
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby seansammut » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 10:12

Sorry :) , but like every one else, every landcruiser owner is anxious about his landcruiser.
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby TOYO-Positiv » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 10:35

There is one in Aachen / Eschweiler / Toyota Koch

and one i know

Allrad Keba
Schleicherweg 18
74336 Brackenheim
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby TOYO-Positiv » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 10:41

If u r commin to aachen then i can help u to translate =)
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby seansammut » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 10:55

thank you. I think AllRad Keba is the same as Landcruiser24. Thank you TOYO-Positiv, much appreciated, but I would prefer a garage which is not owned by Toyota which I believe the one in Aachen is a Toyota garage right? In any case, I give a phonecall to the one int Brackenheim. Thanks
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby TOYO-Positiv » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 11:09

Ya its a Toyota Garage but not so expensive, but the most important part is the master mechanic mr franken knows what to do ;)

What kind of problem do u have ?
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby seansammut » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 11:15

unfortunately several ones...

Something is tikking under the bonnet and I have a feeling that they are the injectors.
Whilst going around corners something is humming, i think it has something to do with the transfer case :(
There is some sqeeking noise coming from the front.
Safe starter needs brush replacement.

All of this has has happened because its been sitting 6 months in the garage and never used and now I am back using it.
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby TOYO-Positiv » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 11:38

where do u live exactly ?
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby TOYO-Positiv » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 11:41

tikking could be bad diesel, did you fill the tank also 6 month ago ?

humming mab the wheel bearing

sqeeking ? ^^
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby seansammut » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 11:44

I come from Malta, but I live and work in Luxembourg.
I drove my car from Malta to Luxembourg. I though of a wheel bearing but to be honest it sound more like its coming from the transfer case.
I think sqeeking has to do with worn out bushes.
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby TOYO-Positiv » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 12:21

Its hard to tell from this distance ;)

As i said try toyota in eschweiler they used to fix these typs from RheinBraun
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby seansammut » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 12:43

this is the one?
http://www.eschweiler-toyota.de/go.to/m ... tseite.htm

thank you for your help Toyo-positiv
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Re: Landcruiser Expert

Postby TOYO-Positiv » Fri 16. Nov 2012, 15:36

seansammut wrote:this is the one?
http://www.eschweiler-toyota.de/go.to/m ... tseite.htm

thank you for your help Toyo-positiv



yes

ask for mr Hein Franken (Master Mech) or mr Günter Mäß, if you have any problems just tell them to give ma a call they should have my number, günter got my mobil number to 100%

if you r going to visit them gimme a call, so i can act as an translator ;) oder text me in the forum so i can give you my number.
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