Fill out your contact information and your transmission request will get distributed instantly to a nationwide network of auto recyclers, salvage yards, wrecking yards, junkyards and parts brokers across the country. The only thing that could possibly make it better would be if it were to break free from the lines of the other side windows and wrap up onto the roof just a wee bit. Trouble was, like most Asian cars, they melted away in the very environment they were intended for. I think I could make it to the 270,000 mark no problem, just have to take her easy. Had a large rack on top to carry parts. Thats what hung me up in the junkyard. I drove for bout a year.
Clutch was replaced about 5 months ago and. Once you get the input shaft in it does not take much lifting force to hold it up. You can park in a small space. I find it easier to keep the transaxle together as an assembly, I remove the drive staft at the diff and center carrier and it just slides out of the spline shaft at the back of the trans. I used it for a few years then donated it. These have to come all the way off the sides, not just unbolted from the diff. And the 4wd takes you places in the snow that the contemporary front wheel drives, let alone rear wheel drives, would not go.
But you would be well served to try to get one from '85 or later as they have lower 1st, 2nd and reverse gears in them and drive much better in the mountains. Dave, I guess by play, I mean slop. It will still drive, but I'm going to just put in another one for sake of reliability. After you pull the three bolt cover, the input shaft is pulled using a bolt threaded into the back side. I've had this baby a little over a year and her engine runs flawlessly.
I will get a trolly jack if I can, that would be better than the little bottle jack I have under it at the moment. Need to pass it on. My sister had one in Boston, mostly city driving for over a decade. I have tried several online discount 'yota dealers that showed the complete trans available but when I have tried to order them, no deal. Ever resourceful he sealed the block and used the poor thing for many years with only 3 cylinders. There are 4 large 17mm bolts from the bell housing into the back of the engine block, several smaller ones, including 2 14mm starter bolts, the ground strap, the exhuast bracket, and the two side plates on the sides of the differential you must remove these side plates all the way, 14 mm bolts.
It would chug along and always seem to start when nothing else would. No doubt that these were well made durable cars, with all the styling of an ice cube. Details: current trans had bad rear output seal when I bought the car. Was told rebuilt a couple years ago. This results in a transmission that can only shift to first and reverse, but not to any further forward gears. I remember seeing a few in these in Wisconsin with whole panels gone. She has had only one owner.
Replaced with 80w-90 up to fill plug did the 8 turns thing. Supposedly, the dash was almost always covered and is in good shape other than having a couple of one-inch splits. But that price is surprising for non-oem rebuild kit. I admit to smiling when I see one of these still roaming around town like a lost earth-bound moon rover from the era of cocaine and outrageously colored shirts. Or, even better, a third-generation.
Mechanical throttle control input for kick-down function. Too bad, they were good cars, as evidenced by the miles on this. I also think I am going to make the leap from 3. Are all 4wd tercel transmissions direct bolt-in swaps? It had thrown a rod. I haven't done it, I just remember that this is what you need to do to pull the trans out without the engine. It is a stupid little bolt that goes through the bracket, the backing plate and into the bell housing.
. My clutch is at its wear limit too, and might be contributing to the 2 above. Been sitting and starts and runs rough. I trust i can do the rebuild, as I have rebuilt a toyota transfer case and rear diff before. If you could post me a link of the dealer who said they could get them I would appreciate it. Shortly after, you will receive price quotes directly from the sellers that stock the transmission.
I am thinking seafoam flush followed by 90w. Connects to external oil cooler. Have to appreciate a little wagon with the Toyota badge and 4X4. Or just plan on swapping out the rear diff as well. This is the twin turbo only heavy duty version with some internal mods. I have pulled and installed them by my self, the trans axle weighs perhaps 100-130lbs or so, I put some padding under it and wiggle it out and allow it to slip down onto the padding it will hand on the input shaft so you only have to lower the back half of the weight. If you want to go with a whole used diff.
The average amount of time is 4 hours. Note: the sequence is 1,2,. I can imagine that it is a good idea that it must be done this way, that way you can use the input shaft to align the clutch plate before reinstallation as well. Toyota tercel wagon auto ps,pb tape ac. Mechanically similar to the A43D. Thats the shift levers, both of em.