Engine Toyota 1VD-FTV

The 1VD-FTV engine is Toyota’s first V8 diesel. It replaced the old and proven “six” 1HD-FTE. To meet Euro 5 standards, the engine is equipped with a water-cooled outlet gas recirculation (EGR) system, a catalytic converter and a particulate filter.

Russian versions of the engine before restyling in 2015 removed 235 hp and 615 Nm. After 2015 – 249 hp and 650 Nm. This was due to taxation; in other countries, the engine power was increased to 265 and 272 forces. It is not necessary to adjust the valves here – there are hydraulic lifters. The 1VD-FTV is a fairly reliable engine, thanks to its volume, but capricious to maintain.

Explanation of designation:

  • 1 – engine generation;
  • VD – engine family;
  • F – two-shaft timing (DOHC);
  • T – turbocharging;
  • V – direct injection D-4D Common rail.

Specifications

Manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation
Also called 1VD
Production years 2007
Displacement, cc 4461
Power output, hp 202/3400
235/3200
272/3600
286/3600
Torque output, Nm / rpm 430/1200-3200
615/1800-2200
650/1600-2900
650/1600-2900
Cylinder block alloy cast iron
Engine’s type diesel
Configuration V
Number of cylinders 8
Number of valves 32
Piston stroke, mm 96
Cylinder bore, mm 86
Compression ratio 16.8:1
Euro standards Euro-2 (Philippines, Vietnam)
Euro-3 (Argentina, South Africa, New Guinea)
Euro-4
Euro-5
Turbocharger IHI VB36 + VB37
Garrett GTA2359V
Weight, kg 340 (AT)
325 (MT)
Fuel consumption, L/100 km (for Land Cruiser 200)
— city
— highway
— combined
11.2
8.5
9.5
Oil consumption, gr/1000 km up to 1000
Recommended engine oil 0W-30 (2012+), 5W-30, 10W-30 (up to 2012), 15W-40 (up to 2012)
Engine oil capacity, liter 9.2
Oil change interval, km 5000
Engine lifespan, km
— official information
— real

400+

Frequent problems

  • engines before 2010 had an oil burner due to the fault of the vacuum pump;
  • there is a risk of damaging the engine by improperly installing the oil filter;
  • the reliability of the water pump is low, often it surrenders up to 100,000 km;
  • there are frequent cases of engine breakdown after a long drive at high speeds;
  • too aggressive chip tuning can lead to crankshaft damage;
  • the fuel filter is sometimes only enough for a couple of thousand kilometers;
  • the diesel particulate filter and EGR valve are prone to contamination (inspection and, if necessary, cleaning required).

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