1986 Toyota Pickup Types?

Answer Toyota trucks were introduced to the American markets in 1964 with a model known as the Stout. Four years later, the Stout was replaced by the Hi-Lux. For the next eight years, until 1976, Toyota g... Read More »

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How to Install Shocks in a 1986 Toyota Pickup?

When the shock absorbers on your truck start to go out, the ride will suffer; moreover, the tires will wear unevenly, braking may become erratic, and it won't be as easy to control the vehicle. For... Read More »

How do I Replace a Clutch on a 1986 Toyota Pickup?

The clutch on your 1986 Toyota pickup plays a crucial role in converting the pressure you apply to the clutch pedal into hydraulic pressure for shifting gears in the transmission. If any component ... Read More »

Rear End Fluid Capacity of a 1986 Toyota Pickup?

Toyota first introduced its trucks, called the Stout, to an American audience in 1964. According to Toyota Off-Road, diesel engines were discontinued in 1986. The rear-end fluid for this -- or any ... Read More »

Fluid Capacity Specifications for a 1986 Toyota Pickup?

The first pickup trucks sold by Toyota were simply called Toyota Pickup, a compact truck that was the forerunner of the current Tacoma model. The 1986 Toyota Pickup is powered by a 2.4-liter four-... Read More »