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Postby gt4tified » Fri Mar 02, 2007 7:33 pm

Denver_whiteST185 wrote:the toyota parts guy gave me:

90311-38032 for the rear output seal
90311-47003 for the passenger side cv shaft output seal
90311-50027 for the driver side cv shaft output seal

Conan, could you please let me know if these are the same for a ST205 tranny. thankyou so much.

Also, what is the 90311-50010 seal for? is it the input seal from the transmission to the transfer case?

Edit:
1st toyota parts had this message when i put in PN 90311-50010:

"Part number 90311-50010 was superceded by part number 90311-50027"


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Postby protohalo » Tue Mar 13, 2007 5:00 pm

Anyone have these part numbers? Everytime I call 1stparttoyota and even after giving them my VIN I still get the wrong parts.

Oil pan bolts

Waterpump Bolt kit

Downpipe bolts

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Postby BLOWNTACO » Tue Mar 13, 2007 9:48 pm

OIL PAN BOLTS: 91615-40614 (17)
H2O PUMP BOLTS: 91611-60625 (3)
DOWNPIPE STUDS: 90116-10058 (3)
DOWNPIPE NUTS: 90179-10070 (3)
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Postby BLOWNTACO » Fri Mar 16, 2007 10:43 am

Assuming that this is for a ST185, the numbers for the hard lines are:
Clutch master to flex line: 31481-20480
Clutch slave to flex line: 31482-20410
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Postby Denver_whiteST185 » Sat Mar 17, 2007 2:37 pm

BLOWNTACO wrote:Assuming that this is for a ST185, the numbers for the hard lines are:
Clutch master to flex line: 31481-20480
Clutch slave to flex line: 31482-20410


Hmm, thats weird cause toayoztan said:

toayoztan wrote:The hardline between the slave cylinder and flex line is 31482-20470

The hardline between the master cylinder and flex line is 31481-20600 or 31481-20590. I'm not sure of the difference, but it says the first number is for "AT180, ST18#..MTM" and the second one is for "ST18#..MTM W(*66)".



After running the part numbers though 1st toyota parts, heres what i came up with...

31481-20480 - Clutch - Hydraulic system - Hydraulic lines, celica, master cyl to hose, w/turbo, w/abs 1990 - 1992
31482-20410 - TUBE, RELEASE CYLIND
31482-20470 - TUBE, RELEASE CYLIND
31481-20600 - TUBE, MASTER CYLINDE
31481-20590 - TUBE, MASTER CYLINDE

So, im guessing that 31481-20480 is the correct master cylinder to flex hose part, but which one is the correct slave cylinder to flex hose piece?
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Postby Conan » Sun Mar 18, 2007 11:14 am

Denver_whiteST185 wrote:So, im guessing that 31481-20480 is the correct master cylinder to flex hose part, but which one is the correct slave cylinder to flex hose piece?

31482-20410 in your case (cars made before August of 91)
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Postby BLOWNTACO » Mon Mar 19, 2007 10:54 am

Yep, Conan's right the production date run on that line is 10-89 to 8-91.
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Postby Denver_whiteST185 » Fri Apr 06, 2007 12:48 am

heres one that ive been wondering for awhile.

What are the part numbers for the faux CF trim peices. all 4 peices. AND would they still be available.

i realized today that one of the bolts on the CF trim on my passanger headlight trim was broken, and the center ones lettering is really faded. plus, in comparison to the new corners, all the trim really looks faded.

i would rather the part number for the blank 92-93 center hood trim if theres a different number.

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Postby Conan » Fri Apr 06, 2007 4:23 am

Denver_whiteST185 wrote:What are the part numbers for the faux CF trim peices. all 4 peices. AND would they still be available.

75770-20080 MOULDING ASSY, HOOD, FRONT (MY92/93)
53111-20650 GRILLE, RADIATOR
54107-20030 GARNISH SUB-ASSY, RETRACTABLE HEADLAMP, RH
54108-20030 GARNISH SUB-ASSY, RETRACTABLE HEADLAMP, LH
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coolant line kit

Postby nexmod5 » Sun Apr 08, 2007 4:46 am

if anybody knows the part number of where to get a complete coolant line kit it would be much appreciated
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Postby BLOWNTACO » Sun Apr 08, 2007 11:39 am

How many coolant lines are we talking about? There's atleast a dozen of small bypass and hoses from hell.
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Postby protohalo » Sun Apr 29, 2007 8:08 pm

Does anyone know the part number to this hose? It came off of my 88 alltrac. It ripped when I was taking off my turbo, I think it's for oil. help!

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Postby d1alltrac » Sun Apr 29, 2007 11:16 pm

protohalo wrote:Does anyone know the part number to this hose? It came off of my 88 alltrac. It ripped when I was taking off my turbo, I think it's for oil. help!


Hose, Turbo Oil Outlet: 15491-88380

I hope you're ready to get raped though, that little hose is like $50 :shoots:
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Postby Denver_whiteST185 » Fri May 11, 2007 4:16 pm

Whats the number for the gasket between the block and the exhaust manifold? is it better to stay with an oem gasket or would a generic aftermarket one be fine.
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Postby Conan » Sat May 12, 2007 1:53 pm

Denver_whiteST185 wrote:Whats the number for the gasket between the block and the exhaust manifold?

:shock: I never knew such connection existed :evil:

17173-88381 GASKET, EXHAUST MANIFOLD TO HEAD (x2)? :shrug:
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