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Re: Starter contacts question [Re: Alluvial_Plains] #995840 05/25/10 03:54 PM
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Is there a Toyota part number for the brushes or did you just go to an alternator shop and match them up?


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Re: Starter contacts question [Re: garym] #995841 05/26/10 02:57 AM
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The part number for the alternator brushes (for my '95 T100 3.4) was 27371-70300. You'll need two, and it ran me $7.21 each plus tax. You'll also need a soldering iron and some solder. If you don't have them, your dealer will be able to get the entire holder assembly with brushes already installed (I was quoted about $18).

If anyone else is interested - there are two different styles of starter contacts. The dealer used my VIN to determine which one I needed.


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Re: Starter contacts question [Re: Alluvial_Plains] #995842 05/26/10 03:29 AM
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The part number for the alternator brushes (for my '95 T100 3.4) was 27371-70300. You'll need two, and it ran me $7.21 each plus tax. You'll also need a soldering iron and some solder. If you don't have them, your dealer will be able to get the entire holder assembly with brushes already installed (I was quoted about $18).

If anyone else is interested - there are two different styles of starter contacts. The dealer used my VIN to determine which one I needed.


Man...did yer dealership take you to the cleaners on the brushes. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />

From ToyotaPartSales.com
OEM Catalog
Item Number MSRP Core Price Price
2737170300 $4.12 $0.00 $2.96

BRUSH

Thanks fer the part number...I'll have to see how much the dealerships around here has raised it above the MSRP. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Starter contacts question [Re: BamZipPow] #995843 05/26/10 03:05 PM
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I don't feel bad being that they overnighted them at no charge for me. Besides - the website you listed is trying to charge me $9.99 to ship a 2 ounce parcel. YIKES! In summary, okay - I paid about a buck more for overnight shipping, but I got to talk to a counter chick who knew what an alternator brush was <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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