JDM 95 Toyota Hiace Living Saloon EX 1KZ-TE 3.0L Turbo Diesel Full Time 4WD van with 59k miles
This van just had a full service done 1,000 miles ago including water pump, timing belt, tensioner, filters. belts, fluids. Runs and drives great but check engine light comes on after driving and goes off when coasting(code14) have a new sensor just no time to replace so thats why its priced so low. Last time me and the customer test drove no check engine light(the sensor is known to stick, may have unstuck after use) Everything works, blows cold air.
Has some scuffs on rear bumper corners, front bumper left corner, rust around bottom of driver door(only spot), and then looks like something got caught on the sliding door and put a dent in quarter as pictured.
Contact Rob 864-505-5621
The facelifted fourth-generation HiAce was launched in August 1993. At this time, the new 3-litre 1KZ-TE turbodiesel replaced the 2L-TE and 3L diesels in HiAce Wagons (passenger car registration) in Japan. The HiAce received a facelift again during 1997 and once more in 2002. In Japanese-market commercial Hiaces the 2.8-litre 3L engine was replaced by the larger 5L engine in August 1998, in order to meet stricter emissions standards. Export models were available with a range of different engines to suit local importers, uses, and tax structures.