Toyota 42-4FGC20:
Toyota: Need manual(s) for 42-4FGC-20 s/n 1641X

Have one of these cute little machines that seems to run well. Need manuals or failing that, tell me what type fluids it needs. Looks like one filler/breather cap for at least two functions, maybe used motor oil for both hydraulic and xmission, maybe for motor oil too? Can't find a motor oil dipstick. I saw a manual for a larger? Truck with similar number for sale but not gonna pay $90. For a manual not even for this exact truck.
  • Posted 7 Jun 2019 02:30
  • Discussion started by Cannonmn
  • Virginia, United States

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