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Thu Dec 10, 2009 7:08 pm

Yep!! the 23845-88380's are for the fuel rail into the head.....
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Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Mon Dec 28, 2009 8:29 pm

part # for injector insulator, vibration 23291-75010. it is the same part for the top and bottom insulator for gen2 3sgte with side feed injectors

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Thu Jan 07, 2010 5:58 pm

http://www.akadia.ru/_pages/toyota/



"Russian" EPC ;)


select EBPONA, then celica etc 8)

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Mon Feb 15, 2010 3:20 am

TraqFAQ link is broken, btw...

One more, cos it's obscure and can't really be looked up on any EPC:

Crash bolts (aka "Camber Bolts") for ST185:
Fronts:
90105-17005 for the 3-Dot (most camber adjustment, supposed to give +/- 0.75 degrees)
90105-17004 2-Dot (+/- 0.50 degrees)
90105-17003 1-Dot (least camber adjustment @ +/1 0.25 degrees)

Rears:
90105-15006 3-Dot
90105-15005 2-Dot
90105-15004 1-Dot
Nut for the bolt: 90179-15001

I prefer using Toyota crash bolts to aftermarket camber adjusting bolts because they are much more robust and thick, and not prone to slipping like the aftermarket ones. Using crash bolts in conjunction with camber plates will give you a lot of negative camber!

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:58 am

I'm looking for the small cowboy hat logo for the front and rear.

Front is two nipples I believe, and the rear is 3. Metal, not plastic. Plastic as a last resort.

Not sure why I can't find it in my EPC.

-Towels

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Sat Apr 03, 2010 4:53 am

Im looking for the part number for the jdm fenders (widebody) and turn signals

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Sat Apr 03, 2010 10:56 am

JDM ST185 RC
http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_J_1991_TOYOTA_CELICA_ST185H-BLMQZ_5302.html
53801 FENDER SUB-ASSY, FRONT, RH
53801‑2B160 ST185..WIB 1 $211.55
53801‑2B220 ST185; アリ(フエンダ ミラ-)



UK ST185 widebody
http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_1992_TOYOTA_CELICA_ST185R-BLMVZG_5302.html
53801 FENDER SUB-ASSY, FRONT, RH
53801‑2B160 ST182, 185..WIB 1 € 141.04
53802 FENDER SUB-ASSY, FRONT, LH
53802‑2B160 ST182, 185..WIB



if you just need the lenses , clear / orange repeaters, get them off ebay or sometimes for free on gt4oc.net



http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_1992_TOYOTA_CELICA_ST185R-BLMVZG_8106.html

81730 LAMP ASSY, SIDE TURN SIGNAL, RH
81730‑20190 AT180, ST18* 1 € 20.06
81730‑20191 AT180, ST18* 1 € 17.28
81730B BULB (FOR SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP)
99132‑12050 AT180, ST18*; 12V 5W 2 € 1.62
81731 LENS, SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP, RH
81731‑20190 AT180, ST18* 1 € 11.20
81731‑20191 AT180, ST18* 1 € 10.70
81732 GASKET, SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP LENS, RH
81732‑20190 AT180, ST18* 1 € 1.63
81735A SOCKET & WIRE, SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP
90075‑99012 AT180, ST18* 2 € 12.21
90075‑99012 AT180, ST18* 2 € 12.21
81740 LAMP ASSY, SIDE TURN SIGNAL, LH
81730‑20190 AT180, ST18* 1 € 20.06
81730‑20191 AT180, ST18* 1 € 17.28
81741 LENS, SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP, LH
81731‑20190 AT180, ST18* 1 € 11.20
81731‑20191 AT180, ST18* 1 € 10.70
81742 GASKET, SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP LENS, LH
81732‑20190 AT180, ST18* 1 € 1.63

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Sat Apr 03, 2010 11:22 am

For the attention of everyone!

using a combination of the russian site for picture reference

Gary ST165 wrote:http://www.akadia.ru/_pages/toyota/
"Russian" EPC ;)
select EBPONA, then celica etc 8)



&


http://www.toyodiy.com for the full part number refernece and price indicator,


>>>>> there is nothing stopping anyone from finding a part number other than lazyness to learn the system.


:evil:

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Sat Apr 03, 2010 10:58 pm

mike325ci wrote:TraqFAQ link is broken, btw...

One more, cos it's obscure and can't really be looked up on any EPC:

Crash bolts (aka "Camber Bolts") for ST185:
Fronts:
90105-17005 for the 3-Dot (most camber adjustment, supposed to give +/- 0.75 degrees)
90105-17004 2-Dot (+/- 0.50 degrees)
90105-17003 1-Dot (least camber adjustment @ +/1 0.25 degrees)

Rears:
90105-15006 3-Dot
90105-15005 2-Dot
90105-15004 1-Dot
Nut for the bolt: 90179-15001

I prefer using Toyota crash bolts to aftermarket camber adjusting bolts because they are much more robust and thick, and not prone to slipping like the aftermarket ones. Using crash bolts in conjunction with camber plates will give you a lot of negative camber!


thats such good info.. thanks for sharing that mate. but what is the best set to go for for a mix of road and track??
how much these set u back??

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:47 pm

Can anyone tell me the part number for the rear diff bushing?
I know its probably posted about 3million times but for the life of me I can't find it. ST185

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:52 pm

Buy an aftermarket one, and forget the stock one. It'll be about the same price anyways. That's what I did, ha ha.

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Thu Oct 14, 2010 3:44 am

my stock one lasted 20 years and 300,000kms so unless there is a serious benefit to going aftermarket I can't see any reason for me not buying it from toyota

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Thu Oct 14, 2010 6:36 am

Locker wrote:Can anyone tell me the part number for the rear diff bushing?
I know its probably posted about 3million times but for the life of me I can't find it. ST185



Celica ST205 GT4, ST185 GT4, ST165 GT4 (1988 -1999)
Rear Differential Cushion Mount Genuine Toyota

Part number: 52291-20010

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Thu Oct 14, 2010 2:03 pm

Thanks Gary!

Re: [Toyota Part Numbers]

Mon Nov 29, 2010 3:24 pm

Alright I just got done using the Russian Illustrated parts catalog, and came up with numbers, but when I tried searching at 1sttoyotaparts it couldn't find them... stinking Russians... well this is what I came up with.

Gasket - turbine outlet elbow: 17279 (not found)
Gasket - intake manifold to head no 1: 17177 (not found)
Gasket - intake manifold no 2: 17179A (not found)
Gasket - turbo to exhaust manifold: 17278 (not found)

I have an ST185, I'm sure that makes a difference.

If anyone has part numbers that are current I would really appreciate it!!!

Thank you!!
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