The 1987 Toyota compact pickup—known as the Hilux or Hi-Lux except in North America—is the progenitor of the contemporary Toyota Tacoma pickup. The dual cab version featured a curbside weight of 3,141 pounds. Reverse gear going out on these trucks was quite common for a few years. Welcome Besides a transmission, I can think of. These were all 4wd trucks that were beat on. Thats all I could possibly think of now. .
It is alot easier to rebuild the manual than to do a swap. Might get lucky and it be the same length, but I highly doubt it. Body configurations were the regular, extended and dual cab models and the one-ton truck. The final drive ratio of the rear axle of the four-wheel drive model was 4. I swapped out a 4wd and the tranny mounts were different also, not sure about 2wd.
Possibly a different block plate. Buy your used Toyota Pickup transmissions from us and save time and money. Tranny oil lines for a cooler. It will be a little more work going to an auto though. The Toyota models in particular are specialized; virtually every model is unique and many have sub-variants tailored to specific vehicles or driveline configurations. During much of the 1980s, the Hilux featured the largest engine of any compact pickup in North America and exploited General Motors' failed attempts to manufacture a diesel engine by offering a reliable diesel with exceptional towing power. We carry a wide-ranging catalog of used Toyota transmissions for all applications including gas and diesel engines.
The dual cab diesel model had a curbside weight of 3,328 pounds with the same body dimensions as the gasoline-powered dual cab. For these applications we offer complete aftermarket , stock shifter , and classic for stock shifters. Buy used Toyota Pickup transmission from our network that offers up to a two-year warranty on qualified units! Options on all models included cloth upholstery, side vent windows, sliding rear window, power steering, chrome wheels and chrome grill. Anyway, I had a buddy put a new reverse gear in the one truck for me. I had one that the reverse gear went and I drove it for awhile before I got it fixed. The 1987 regular and extended cab model had a curbside weight of about 3,140 pounds. The 1987 Toyota pickups employed power-assisted ventilated front disc brakes and rear drums.
The frame cleared the ground by 8 inches. If you know someone like that it's a pretty easy fix. The standard model featured an in-line four-cylinder engine displacing 2,366 cc with a 3. On another one I had once the reverse gear went it took the rest of the tranny with it a short time later. More common, however, were the 2. New at trying to figure this truck out.
We have a huge selection of used engines and used transmission for sale, all makes and models. Other than that, ya you will need a rad that has the trans cooler and lines. Three engines powered the 1987 Toyota Hilux pickup. The shops around here are telling me it's going to cost thousands of dollars and I'm going to have to replace the driveline and rear-end. Anyways I've been driving with this driveshaft for over a year and no problems. A turbocharged version delivered 135 horsepower.
The fuel tank on all models carried 17. Toyota produced the Hilux from 1968 to 1994. The diesel-powered standard pickups had a 3. The 1987 pickups benefited from a number of features added to the pickup lineup since 1983. Model Drive Engine Year Trans Core Shifter kit? The front suspension consisted of an independent double wishbone torsion bar assembly with a live axle and leaf springs in the rear. The half-ton 1987 Toyota pickups powered by the gasoline 2. A tech at a well respected Toyota dealership told me that.
He knows his way around trannys pretty well. Well I did the swap the other way and it wasn't hard at all. But I do know they tie to the coolant system. They've also said they'll have to drill new holes in the engine bell acceptor and change out the computer plus extras. It's a 1987 Toyota Pickup ExtraCab Long-Bed. How difficult is it to change the manual to an auto? The regular cab version was 184 inches long, 66.
All 1987 models sat on a 111. A five-speed manual transmission was standard equipment and a four-speed automatic was optional. . . .