Toyota 1UR-FSE engine

The 4.6-liter Toyota 1UR-FSE engine was first introduced in 2006 as a power unit for prestigious class models. This engine is equipped with the proprietary D4-S direct fuel injection system and an electrohydraulic VVT-iE intake camshaft phaser. The UR family also includes the following engines: - 1UR-FE - 2UR-GSE - 2UR-FSE - 3UR-FE

Technical specifications of the 4.6-liter Toyota 1UR-FSE engine.

Exact capacity4608 cm³
Power systemdirect injection
Engine power365 - 392 HP
Torque460 - 500 nm
Engine blockaluminum V8
Block headaluminum 32v
Cylinder diameter94 mm
Piston stroke.83 mm
Compression ratio11.8
Engine featuresACIS i ETCS-i
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivechain
Timing phase adjusterDual VVT-i
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use8.6 liters 5W-30
Fuel type95
Environmental classEURO 4/5
Approximate life expectancy400 000 HP

Fuel consumption Toyota 1UR-FSE engine

Using the example of the 2008 Lexus LS 460 with automatic transmission:
City16.5 litry
Route7.9 litry
Mixed11.1 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

The weight of the 1UR-FSE engine according to the catalog is 222 kg. The engine number 1UR-FSE is located on the cylinder block. Owners complain about moderate oil consumption of up to 0.5 liters per thousand kilometers. The water pump has a limited lifespan and may leak up to 100,000 km. The hydraulic tensioner often fails, causing the timing chain to loosen. In the early years of production, the valve springs were too thin and would break. Occasionally, glitches occur in the ETCS-i electronic throttle system. Piston rings can get stuck due to prolonged idling in traffic jams. Overall, the reliability of this power unit is quite good.

Engine Toyota 1ur-fse

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See Also

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Toyota 3MZ-FE engine

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