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Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: Toy4x] #27408 04/21/06 09:46 PM
Joined: Feb 2001
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fourwd1 Offline OP
Body Damage is Cool
I don't know if I entirely agree with re-format, as there are differences in 3.0 parts pre/post 94 (wiring harness & connectors change).

It's never going to be perfect, but the more people contribute, the closer it will get.

BTW, the reformat took place 1 year ago. A little late for criticisim <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif" alt="" />

- seen in FOUR WHEELER mag July 2006 & OFF-ROAD mag Feb 2007 -
'84 4Runner ARBed 5.29s F&R,4.7 & 2.28 t-cases,hy-steer,BudBuilt skid,30spl Longs,36" TSLs,Chevys

'83 P/U, Buick 231 V6,Holley 4 bbl,Weiand intake,Downey headers,TH350 w/700R4 gearset
From the Off-Road World
Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: fourwd1] #27409 06/28/06 03:59 AM
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xTOYOTAx Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Just went to the dealer and got me the knock sensor and the wire, it seem that the part # listed is incorrect or if I was looking at certain year model so I like to address that the knock sensor part # is 89615 -50010 and the wire part # is 82219 - 35010, this is toward to the 1992 4runner, I don't know if it will be the same as those 89 to 91 but I believe it will fit most of those 2nd generation 4runner.

I'm associated with an auto supply company, if you need anything just PM me I would gladly get it for you at a low price.

3M, Prematex, MTM - Motormite - HELP!, AllTrade Tools, Big Red, CRC, Accessories,
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Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: xTOYOTAx] #27410 06/28/06 04:29 AM
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kewlynx Offline
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Thanks, I'm still trying to find out if that was a tech service bulletin issue or not, as failure of the wiring with its proximity to the exhaust seems to be a disturb/failure item. If those part numbers aren't year-specific, then they might be the replacement part numbers for the original.
Still diggin on this one. Alldata did away with their foreign makes on their TSB/recall list. It was a management call; I emailed them. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/evil.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/evil.gif" alt="" />


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Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: fourwd1] #27411 08/31/06 03:55 AM
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Stevie Offline
79-83 Lo-Med-Hi verticle blower switch: 84732-89105. Currently $33.72 from 1sttoyotaparts.com. These guys have improved service tremendously!

'80 4X4 Longbed
Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: Staceman] #27412 09/01/06 06:34 PM
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SeaBass44 Offline
[color:"red"] pwr steering gear box gasket kits
04455-22010 - $48
04455-22021 - $62 [/color]

are these,early and late ifs box's?

are these rebuild kits with all the seals, Teflon bushing gaskets etc?

looking for full complete rebuild kit on 87+ box
my research shows early 86-87 box same then late 87-95
only place I found kit is
Steering Box - Info
How to rebuild it
How to Tap it for Hydro Assist
John A. Vargus
P.O. Box 201195
Austin, Texas 78720

no idea on cost as I just emailed him

RHD 88 SAS, & stuff
Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: SeaBass44] #27413 09/16/06 11:32 PM
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jasond Offline
Need a Spot
Just thought that I would help out those of you that are making your own 3.4 harness. Below you will find the part numbers for the plugs (c1 & c2 in the ewd) that fit into the dash harness on my 92 yota so that you dont have to cut up the 22r harness to use them...
These are empty plugs that you will have to supply the wires for, if you cant find any to use, use these part numbers, (these are per wire btw)...warning, doing it this way (ordering each wire) can get expensive in a hurry...
82998-12340 - small wire (majority of these two plugs)
82998-12380 - larger wire (only 4 of these needed in this application)

Also it seems people have had trouble in locating the plug for the body harness that plugs into the 3.4 ecu. Below you will find 4runner part numbers, I dont know for sure, but I think that the taco's p/n are the same.

96 - plug E8 90980-11392
(Manual Trans)
plug E12 90980-11218
(Auto Trans)
97/98 - plug E12 90980-11218
99/00 - plug E12 90980-11637
plug E14 90980-11638

Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: fourwd1] #27414 01/03/07 06:06 PM
Joined: Jan 2005
Posts: 20
Albin Offline
Need a Spot
One slight correction:

front inner (axle) seal Timken/BCA/FM 710070, CR 12810, Toyota 90311-35032

The Toyota part number is incorrect for the front inner axle seal. The correct Toyota part number is: 90311-33085. The other part numbers are correct.


Last edited by Albin; 01/03/07 06:10 PM.

85 Toy 4Runner: 35x12.50 BFG MTs, manual, Kenwood 2M, 140 amp alt, 26 gal aux fuel tank
'06 F-350 SRW 6.0 PSD XLT 4x4, manual, Yaesu 2m, 140 amp alt, 90 gal aux fuel tank, Air Ride air bags
Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: fourwd1] #27415 01/24/07 12:55 AM
Joined: Oct 2003
Posts: 75
cam01 Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Anyone know offhand the part # for a 23 spline t-case input gear from an 86/87 4cyl. turbo 5 speed? I know I can get it from Marlin, T/G etc. but would like to check dealer pricing here as it would save me shipping, duty, exchange and brokerage fees if I could just order it locally. My dealer doesn't list it or can't seem to find it.

88 V6 4Runner, 3.4 swap, SAS, front E locker, rear EZ locker, dual cases 2.28/4.7, 63" Chev rears, rears up front etc.
Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: cam01] #27416 01/26/07 03:02 AM
Does anyone have the oem caliper seal kit numbers for the 33.93mm small pistons? These are the smaller diameter pistons found in the mid 80's vented and non-vented 4 piston calipers .

Re: The Part Number Thread - New and Improved !! 4/22/05 [Re: fourwd1] #27417 01/28/07 04:05 PM
Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 26
dcs14 Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever

Plate, Eng (22R-E valve cover sticker) - 11291-35040 $1.19

Excuse my ignorance but I am still new to this web site. I use the above reference/quote because it is something I think I could use.

What does one do with the part number?

1) Assuming a specific 'after-market' part did exist, do after-market parts contain some reference to oem part numbers?

2) Can one order an after-market part over the internet, or an oem part directly through Toyota at a lower cost, by knowing the part number?

3) Are the part numbers just identifiers so that people can talk on this site with more specificity?


Last edited by dcs14; 01/28/07 04:17 PM.
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