Hino Trucks Service Repair Manuals PDF

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40 Hino Trucks Spare Parts Catalogs, Workshop & Service Manuals PDF, Electrical Wiring Diagrams, Fault Codes free download!

40 Hino Trucks Spare Parts Catalogs, Workshop & Service Manuals PDF, Electrical Wiring Diagrams, Fault Codes free download!

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Hino Trucks Workshop Repair Manuals PDF Free Download

Hino – Plan De Mantenimiento Serie 500
Hino – Manual Book
Hino 300 S1-YXZE16C Manual (1) – Electrical Wiring diagrams
HINO 300 SERIES – Body Mounting Manual
Hino 700 Brake Direccion Suspension Workshop Manual
HINO 700 series Workshop manual
Hino Diagnostico y Cod. Fallas Sistema Tics 500-600
Hino Dutro Service Manual
Hino Dx Activation User’s Manual
Hino FC 1022 ProShift 6 Service Manual
Hino FC 1022 Service Manual
Hino RB14 Bus Workshop Manual
HINO Serie 300 Chasis Service Manual
Hino-ePc System Operating Manual
Manual de Reparacion Hino 700 (1)

Hino Engines Workshop Manuals Free Download

Hino Common Rail j05d-j08e Engine Service Manual
Hino Diesel Engine Workshop Manual j08e-Tm
HINO E13C Type Engine Service Manual
Hino J05D, J08D Engine Service Manual
Hino J08C-TP and J08C-TR Engine Service Manual
Hino Motors W04C-T Workshop Manual
Hino Motors W04C-TI Workshop Manual
Hino Motors W04D Workshop Manual
Hino Motors W06D-TI Workshop Manual
Hino Motors W06D-TIl Workshop Manual
Hino RB145 Motors Workshop Manual WO4D W04C-T
Hino W04d – W06e Castellano
HINO_Engine Manual W04_W06

Hino Trucks Spare Parts Catalog

Hino – Quick Reference Parts Catalog 1998 – 2004 Model Year Edition
HINO AccessoriesCatalog_V18
Hino Engine Hand Book Parts Catalog
Hino Parts Torque Summer2012
Hino Truck 2005-2010 Quick Reference Guide
HINO Trucks 2011-2013 Quick Reference Chart
HINO VIN Code – LT-0013 Quick Reference Counter Card

Hino History

Hino Motors, Ltd. – One of the largest truck and bus manufacturers in Japan, since the 1960s it has been a division of Toyota Corporation.

Hino manufactures a wide range of diesel buses and trucks for various purposes.

Hino 300 PDF Workshop Manuals

Hino 300

In 1913, the Tokyo Gas Industry began manufacturing Model TGE A-Type cars. (Tokyo Gas Industry, founded in 1910, later split into Tokyo Gas Company and Tokyo Electric Power.) In 1937, Tokyo Electric Power joined its automotive division with Kyodo Kokusan K.K. – a division of Tokyo Automobile Industry Co., Ltd. In 1941, the company changed its name to Diesel Motor Industry Co., Ltd, which gradually changed to Isuzu Motors Limited.

In 1942, from the company Diesel Motor Industry Co. Hino Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. was singled out. So the company Hino.

After the end of World War II, Hino Heavy Industry ceased the production of large diesels for marine vessels, and removed the word “Heavy” from its name. The company concentrated its efforts on the production of trucks, buses and diesel engines. In 1948, the company added the word “Diesel” in its name, and became known as Hino Diesel Industry Co., Ltd.

In 1953, Hino acquired licenses of the French company Renault, and in 1961 began production of the Contessa 900 with an engine capacity of 893 cm³. In 1964, the Italian stylist Giovanni Michelotti upgraded the car, and it began to be produced with a 1.3 liter engine.

The Hino company developed rapidly, and in 1967 became part of the Toyota Corporation.

Buses

Hino produces three categories of buses: small, medium and large.

Small buses

Melpha 7 is a small 7-meter bus, which is offered in 7 variants, with a capacity of 23-29 people and a total weight of 7.6-7.9 tons. It uses a 4-cylinder 5.3-liter turbocharged engine with a capacity of 175 liters. with., automatic 3-speed gearbox and front disc brakes.

Liesse – a series of small buses of the widest destination. The tourist version of the Liesse for 20-29 passengers is practically the same as the Melpha model, but it has an overall width of only 2025 mm and is completed with mechanical 5- and 6-speed transmissions. The Liesse II version is a lightweight, multifunctional vehicle of classic design with a length of only 6230 mm and a gross weight of about 5 tons. On numerous versions of this series, 4- and 6-cylinder front engines with 130, 170 or 190 hp, 5 and 6-speed gearbox, side sliding doors. There is an option with all-wheel drive with a 12-speed transmission.

Middle class buses

The gamma consists of medium-sized buses with a length of up to 9 m and a total weight of 9.8–11.6 tons. It is headed by the universal model Melpha 9 for 34–47 seats, equipped with 6-cylinder engines of 220 and 260 hp, with the most A powerful engine with a displacement of 7961 cm³ is equipped with a turbocharger. For the first time, the Selega FC tourist bus with 37-47 seats with a 260-horsepower engine and a 6-speed manual appears in this range. It also presents the “light” city 2-door Rainbow bus with a total weight of 10.4–11.0 tons, offered in 5 variants with a total capacity of up to 60 people (22-25 seats).

Large class buses

The urban series consists of Blue Ribbon low-frame buses, 9.5–11.1 m long and 13.7–15.2 tons gross weight with various cabin layouts. Some of them are adapted for local and long-distance transport. Their total capacity is in the range of 66–95 people, including seating from 23 to 51. On the basic RU, HT and HU series, rear-mounted 6-cylinder engines with a displacement of 7961, 9880 and 13 267 cm³, develop a power of 215, 230 and 270 hp, the usual 5-speed gearbox and air suspension. Since 2000, the urban version of the HU has used a rare for Japan 250-strong diesel with a working volume of 10,520 cm³, equipped with a turbocharger with intermediate cooling. The tourist 12-meter series Selega with a total mass of 15.5–16.0 tons also has several modifications. The most simple range of Selega FS / FD with a capacity of up to 57 passengers, which also performs long-distance transportation, is equipped with two types of V8 diesel engines with a displacement of 19,688 and 20,781 cm³ without a boost with a capacity of 365 and 430 hp. respectively. Tourist buses Selega RFD, RGJ and RGD with a raised cabin with 57 seats are equipped with a new V8 diesel engine (16,745 cm³, 450 hp).

Trucks

Hino 500 PDF Workshop Manuals

Hino 500

  • Ranger 2 FA, FB, FC – light truck, the predecessor of Dutro
  • Hino 300, Dutro – light truck with carrying capacity from 3 to 5 tons. Total weight up to 8.5 tons, widely represented in Russia
  • Hino 500, Ranger – medium to heavy truck. It began production in 1969. Total weight up to 18 tons, widely represented in Russia
  • Hino 600 is a medium truck. For sale in North America
  • Hino 700, Profia (previous name Super Dolphin Profia) – heavy truck, produced in the form of tractors, rigid chassis for the construction of dump trucks, concrete mixers and other heavy equipment

Hino Truck Modes Lineup

HINO 300
HINO 500
HINO FC1YKDA
HINO FC3YYDA
HINO FD1YLDA
HINO FD1YLDA1
HINO FD1YLDG
HINO FD1YWDA
HINO FE1YLDA
HINO FG1YMDA
HINO FH2PVGA
HINO FN1KXHA
HINO FN1KYHA
HINO FP2PWGA
HINO RZU300M
HINO FQ2PWGA
HINO FQ2PWHA
HINO FR1KZHG
HINO FR2PXHA
HINO FR4FZHA
HINO FS1KZHA
HINO FT1YHDA
HINO FW2PZHA
HINO FW2PZHG
HINO FX1YLDA
HINO XZU420M
HINO GD1YLDA
HINO GK1YWDA
HINO GX1YLDA
HINO Profia
HINO Ranger


HINO RZU300M
HINO SH1FDGG
HINO SH1FGGG
HINO SS1FYGA
HINO XZU306M
HINO XZU347M
HINO XZU411M
HINO XZU420M

Hino 700 PDF Workshop Manuals

Hino 700

Hybrid technology

The Dutro Hybrid hybrid power truck family was first introduced in November 2003. Trucks have a 100 kW diesel engine. (134 hp), with a torque of 353 Nm. Electric motor 36 kW, with a torque of 350 Nm. Nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) batteries 228 V. Fuel consumption is about 10 l / 100 km. Carrying capacity 2-4 tons.

In 2006, about 1,000 Dutro Hybrids were sold in Japan. In 2007, hybrid truck sales began in Australia. By early 2011, the company sold 10,000 hybrid trucks. In August 2011, sales of hybrid trucks will begin in North America.