Sprinter Carib 6sp Trans exploded part numbers

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Abra-Cadaver
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Sprinter Carib 6sp Trans exploded part numbers

Post by Abra-Cadaver » Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:48 am

http://jp-carparts.com/toyota/partlist. ... 5&fig=3305

Just came across this... is this our same trans?
Sharing because I am not sure of any other 6sp manual trans for Toyota wagons that isn't 4wd... there has to be another trans with different part numbers on something that is the same part for our cars. They spent so much money and R&D time to develop the parts, they couldn't have scrapped it after one model run.

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Re: Sprinter Carib 6sp Trans exploded part numbers

Post by Mattel » Tue Jul 31, 2018 6:48 am

Hi Abra. I have not heard of any other Toyota with this sort of 6 speed transmission of that era. However it was one of only a few parts they developed especially for this car... all the rest were from other toyotas such as the rear drivetrain was from the corolla of the time and hence it has a narrower track than the front
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Re: Sprinter Carib 6sp Trans exploded part numbers

Post by Petros » Tue Jul 31, 2018 3:15 pm

I do not see our input shaft configuration on this. the gear clusters may be the same, but the input shaft configuration was used in the fwd tercel from 1981 (first genration), until the discontued the 4wd wagon in model year 1988. As I understand the rear transfer case to power the rear wheels is unique to the 4wd wagon ('83-88 model years).

that illustration looks like the transvers engine and trans installation that became effective for the fwd models in model year 1987.
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