Agreed. The only problem is they mask the part numbers. So I use toyodiy for part numbers and toyotapartzone for diagrams.happycamper said:
Is that still the case?bmwpower said:Agreed. The only problem is they mask the part numbers. So I use toyodiy for part numbers and toyotapartzone for diagrams.happycamper said:
Not for me!Romualds said:The link from the first replay (the second post) still works and HAS diagrams.
Thanks for trying to help me! I just entered my VIN and it yielded info on the 2007, but still no diagrams. I know that few of the Land Cruiser guys could still view the diagrams but the majority of them no longer can.Romualds said:Looks I found a reason you can't see the diagrams. Have you searched by VIN? Try to browse by year, model. etc. and you'll see thet they haven't information for model years after 2007.
Use diagrams for 2007 -- they should be usable for your 2009.
Try alldatadiy.com There is a small fee but it is the factory manuals along with parts prices and labour costs. Something like $45 for five years. Invaluable if you are a d.i.y. person.bmwpower said:Does anyone know if such a things exists for Toyotas? I hate it that I can't look up parts number easily or get parts diagrams.
Makes maintaining these cars a burden. Don't want to rely on the dealer either...