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    Re: Part numbers

    JDM TownAce YR21 series


    Even though my JDM van isnít a diesel van but the parts are unique this will help in this section


    Protex- Brake Master Cylinder





    Blue Print- 2WD Brake Shoes








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    Part number Index by Vin #

    If anyone is looking for a thorough and accurate resource for all part numbers
    and cross reference needs Toyo-Diy has been excellent while herding parts for a
    deep tune up. Enter your Vin # and it knows your van down to the paint color.





    https://www.toyodiy.com/parts/q.html

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    Re: Part number Index by Vin #

    Thank YOU! I've been using this a ton lately. Even helped me during a sale.

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    Re: Part numbers

    2CT was available in the US in the 1986 Camry. Lots of parts available there.



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    3CT Starter

    Part number is 28100-64280. Thought I'd have to spend nearly $400 bucks to get one from England, but I found part 28100-64020 on eBay for less than $60 shipped. Had to modify the electrical connection from the ignition side using a butt splice connector with the old starter connector, but it works like it should!

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    2 & 3 CT AC Compressor

    So the part for my specific 94 3Ct van (CR31) was 88320-28240. That part basically is unfindable/no longer manufactured. I rolled the dice on the more modern 2C engine (CR41/51) version 88320-28270 and it worked. Pully was a little smaller, but found a belt and it all works - bolted right up.

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    Question Re: Part numbers

    hey I just got a 96 townace and I'm wondering what oil i should use and the oil filter part number

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    Re: Part numbers

    Recently replaced the thermostat with a factory Toyota 90916-03046 and the supplied o-ring is too small/thin. Replaced the o-ring with a Fel-Pro 35292 and had good squish.

    Can confirm timing belt, associated pullies, and water pump numbers supplied here are good and work. I did cross reference one of the pullies to an ACDelco number to save a couple bucks.

    Alternator belts and mounting bolts are an absolute pain. Just remove the lower water outlet tube. There's two bolts, you don't have to pull the hoses, and push it out of the way. I used sealant versus trying to cross reference the gasket to something available locally.

    AC Belt - Duralast 17325
    PS belt - Duralast 310K3
    Alternator belts x2 - Duralast 17400
    Upper Radiator hose - ACDelco 22805L (Need to cut this down but is the right ID and available. Found it in town for $30. 35MM or 1.375" ID both sides. About 12" CL distance)

    Side note: I might have score the last NOS NLA lower radiator hose off Amayama.

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    Re: Part numbers

    Hi Javanture,

    Hello fellow LiteAce owner and Seattleite! I am dealing with a similar issue with my front brake caliper and hoping you can help me understand my options. Forewarning I know very little about cars so please bear with me.

    My left front caliper piston is starting to seize and it is missing a bracket slider boot. The shop is recommending I replace the brake caliper with bracket. Amayama and megazip donít have these parts, so I am trying to understand my options for fixing this issue. Can you explain what the difference is between the two routes of remanufacture and rebuild? Is remanufacture simply buying and installing brand new parts? Was installing the new caliper with a dual piston not a problem, seeing as the factory part had a single piston?

    Per the parts diagram for my model LiteAce, it appears that my model (CR31) has a dual piston. I am thinking my best path forward is to buy the USDM calipers you listed below. Any help you can give me is seriously so appreciated!!! I donít know who else to reach out to about this and feeling quite hopeless!! Thank you so much!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Javanture View Post
    Adding some cross over parts to this thread.

    The rotors, drums, pads, shoes, and drum hardware from the USDM 4x4 Vans are a direct fit on the JDM 4x4 variants. Well at least it was on my LiteAce camper. I think it's a safe assumption it will on the the other variants as well.

    The front brake lines and calipers also fit great. I had a seized caliper and went the remanufactured route rather than rebuild. The factory calipers were a large single piston, but the USDM Van calipers are a dual piston.

    Replacing the front rotors was a bit annoying as they sit behind the hub. Lots of DIYs out there already on how to replace the rotors on Toyota pickups/trucks with the same style hubs. Good opportunity to repack the wheel bearings though. The front axle seals are the same too. You'll need to replace those too when replacing the rotors.

    Part numbers for parts I installed for front a rear brake overhaul:

    Calipers
    Centric 14144090 and 14144089

    Front brake lines
    Centric 15044303

    Front Rotors
    Centric 12144048

    Front Pads
    Centric 10203880

    Front Bearing Seal
    National 226610

    Rear Shoes
    (can't find but same a 4x4 USDM Van)

    Drum Hardware Kit
    Carson 17283

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    Re: Part numbers

    Does anyone know if the automatic transmission pan gasket, filter, and fluid volume are the same from the 1989 JDM 4x4 Diesels Ace's to the US 4x4 Gasolines?

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