List of parts procured:
- Front Differential and tube
- Front differential carrier/2nd cross member (gadri)
- Front drive shaft
- Front CV Axles x 2
- 1st cross member (engine gadri)
- 2x Front hubs complete with Calipers and brake lines
- 2 x Lower control arms with rear stay bushing and ball joint
- 2 x upper control arms with ball joints
- Automatic Free wheel hubs x 2
- Sway bar
- Steering Rod and Tie rod ends
- Steering box
- Torsion bars x 2
- Rear drive shaft flange
- FS5W71C gearbox with Transfer case
- 2 x front shocks
- Torsion bar cross member.. missing!!
The missing bit.. Torsion bar cross member
D22 2wd front suspension
D22 4wd front suspension
The front Diff and its carrier is eaxctly the same as a D21
D21 vs D22 4WD Front suspension
Strong similarities as Frame, wheelbase, Differential, its carrier, cross members are all same
Diff Carrier D21 vs D22
D21 Diff D22 Diff
D21 4wd D22 4wd
LCA are different in D22 along with a shorter torsion bar
Front Axles D21 vs D22
D21 4wd D22 4wd
Axles CVs are different.. lengths are same.
Ever since we rebuilt the TD27.. Within 2 hours of static running.. This annoying tick tick tack noise was bothering me and Yousaf.. taanay from Paa jee 😉
The noise is from tappet cover.. Bansri was changed, fuel lines were changed.. But no relief
Oil pressure was something always under discussion.. The stock oil light used to take 3-4 seconds to go out at cold start.. Adding to the suspicion
It was only when a oil pressure gauge was installed that I was able to relate the noise.. At idle the pressure will drastically drop lower than 11psi and the gauge would beep beep beep!
Pressure above 1000rpm was okay.. But as soon as u go off idle there is a dip before the needle climbs up
First thing to check was the oil pressure relief piston and spring.. Might be stuck or worn.. So out goes the spring and piston
The spring tension was not up to mark.. How we got to know that.. Well Yousaf experience that preload is not correct.. To correct the preload some 4 washers were placed in it.
I am still driving and observing the change.. Yes the noise is gone most of the time.. But still the pressure goes down sometimes when hot with slight noise.. Its better but still not perfect.
And I am still chasing this noise 🙂
Update 9th Oct 2014:
The engine was out of the vehicle for 4×4 conversion.. perfect time to find the tick tack noise.. timing cover was taken off.. the oil pump was taken out.. not really worn out but not in the best of its shape.. however, this alone could not be the reason.
found excessive play in the idler gear shaft.. with a groove too.. this could be the reason for pressure loss and late buildup as its taking oil directly from main gallery
TD27 oil highway
Will update soon…
My Toyota Landcruiser BJ44 has a Toyota 2B Diesel with a turbo setup.. the Turbo is a Mitsubishi TC05.. a small non-waste-gated turbo thats makes a 5.5-6psi boost max.
All turbo diesels are equipped with boost compensators that increase the fuel deliver from injection pump as the turbo builds up boost.. the toyota 2B uses a vacumm driven inline pump and doesnt have any sort of boost compensation.. as a result overall fuel delivery is kept a tad higher resulting in black smoke in off boost conditions.
After installing a boost and EGT gauge.. i planned to mess up pump fueling directly 🙂 Based on Yotahead@ih8mud and traveller@ihmud experiences with using a Merc Benz 240D’s governor spring.. I asked my dear friend Nashit to get one from the Benz land.. the spring arrived this month.
With stock spring.. the max EGT was around 550C.. with offcourse thick clouds of black smoke. We mark this as the starting point.
Took off the top cover to get the spring out
Merc Spring vs Toyota stock.. Merc one is longer and wound with a thinner wire
The spring is inside the top housing where this pipe files.. 4 screws take the cover off.. be careful you need not remove the diaphragm for this.. remember to clean the cover and place a little grease on the edges to ensure sealing.
Merc Spring vs Stock Spring with cover
Everything installed back.. started up fine.. noticeably less smoke from idle upto 3000rpm.. there was a little erratic idle just like a Hino truck 😛 Ignoring that for now
Took the old cruiser on the road.. Immediate result was better throttle response with lesser smoke… pulled better.. turbo spooled to boost earlier and was holding boost well… a few quick runs up and down the airport road.. turned the fuel down 1/4 turn.. and it was running better with much less smoke.. the peak EGT was still within 550C range.. I still need a longer trip to see the effects on mileage.. Stay tuned to updates on this.. So far im happy with the upgrade and now I really want to upgrade the turbo to get at least 10psi boost 😀
Where did I learn this stuff.. some very useful info at ih8mud:
On 28th Feb 2014, an unplanned purchase from an auction yard.. an unknown breed.. the Nissan Frontier D22
The trusted Toyota Landcruiser BJ44 towed it to Yousaf’s workshop in Chah Sultan area.. started up on the first crank.. only to tell the tales of overheating and blown head gaskit 🙂
and so it begins and still goes on.. here are some picture of the “before” restoration
My shack.. ICOM ic-7000 with a multiband dipole diamond w-8010 for HF operation on 10m, 15m, 20m, and 40m bands
Its time to go home at 6PM.. And you get a Dead battery! No parasitic drain.. Didn’t left headlights running 🙁
A 1000cc helped a 2700cc startup.. Thanks to Daniyal bhai 🙂
Root cause: Dried up electrolyte in battery 🙂
Lesson learned: keep watching battery electrolyte levels every month or get a maintenance free battery