Sorry, can someone please send to me the English manual screen instructions??? In PDF if possible...
My e-mail: email@example.com
What is / are the differences between the Toyota Mark II Grande 110 Limited and Regalia?
Festus - Tanzania.
Hi Mark II Fans,
My Mark II (35th Anniversary, 2003 model, 2.5 D4 VVTI) arrived yesterday from Japan. I've seen a lot of comments about the request for English version of the Touch Screen Display.
If any of you do have an English version in PDF format, could you please email it to me on:
And does anyone know the grade/viscosity of oil I should use for my next service?
Hey Mark II Lovers,
I drive a Mark II. Does anybody have an English version of the Owner's Manual.
Please email me if any one of you have it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peshala (Colombo, Sri Lanka).
Sweet ride indeed....
What's your engine capacity?
I have owned a Toyota Mark 2 2003 JZX110 since 2009. I bought it with 46 000kms, and it's now at 159 000kms. It serves me very well.
I only use petrol super 93, and always ensure I do a service after 5 000kms. Treat it like a baby and it will serve you like a king.
I love this car guys, and if I sell it, I will buy the same model again.
If I'm in South Africa with it, all my friends call it a mule of a Benz, BMW and Corolla.
Also please email me the English version of the Japanese translation on the screen. Overall, a very good reliable car.
Hi Mark II lovers.
Can someone please also email me the user manual of the screen translated in English? Will appreciate it.
Hi Mark II fans.
I have ordered a Mark II GX 110 2001.
I would like to know the fuel consumption in town traffic and at highway speeds (i.e. 80- 120)?
Icep, from Kampala Uganda.
Is your 'mule' a D4? I need to know.
Has anyone responded to your mail yet? That's exactly what I want, so please send me the information on email@example.com.
Perfect. It's the only positive contribution on the d4 I have seen so far. I believe each car has its own problems, and certain cars have higher demands than others, so know your vehicle.
Can you please send me that owner's manual. Sorry I can't pay you for the help. Thanks. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is it 4WD? Check the plugs, air cleaner and tyres...
In the morning usually it's not smoke; it's kind of moisture, especially when it's cold. It is bad if it emits light blue smoke, even during the afternoon. If that happens, you will also experience the engine oil decreasing... ring pistons, bye bye.
Change the tyres to avoid that vibration.
I own a JZX, 110 D4, and since I bought this car (a year now) the journey has not been smooth.
(i) Genuine spare parts are hard to find (I'm in Tanzania; most of the spares are chinese made).
(ii) It's fuel selective. I have to maintain BP or Total, hence it limits my trips especially when I'm travelling to up country regions where I only come across other gas stations.
(iii) Regular nozzle issues (they say it's because of fuel).
(iv) Pressure sensors always have problems.
My recommendation: if you are in a country where fuel quality is an issue, please don't buy this car. I'm forced to believe it was designed for less humid countries with well-refined fuel.
Option: buy the same type but non-D4; a VVTi 1G is fine. My brother has it and it's loveable, no fuel selection and cruises like a speed boat.
Another D4?? Maybe in my next life :)
Hey the vibration is long gone. Actually the problem was an arm bush that had cracked, and since it was fixed, the ride has been so smooth.... cheers though.
Still need help with the English manual please... Anyone?
Email is email@example.com
Hi, I live in Jamaica and own a 2001 Mark UU Grande. I have a lingering problem where it is losing power sometimes. Whenever I try to go into overdrive, maybe to overtake, it goes dead.
And the muffler is making weird sounds. Please advise, thanks.
Also, can somebody please send me a manual in English?
U have the same problem. I need the screen translation from Japanese to English. Verossa 2003. Please send it to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is due to water vapour in the touch panel. Take out the touch panel, dry it with a hair drier, and then fit it; it will solve your problem.
Thanks, Saad Akbar, Pakistan
BEAMS is an acronym, which stands for Breakthrough Engine with Advanced Mechanism System.
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