13B-T vacuum switching valve

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  1. John Galt

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    What is the Toyota part number for the VSV that's located on the lower left side of the engine block, which controls the shutoff air shutter? 17650 is the Toyota suffix # for VSVs. I'm looking for the full number for that VSV on the 24v 13B-T.
     
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  3. John Galt

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    Yes, that's the number I found on the VSV. Unfortunately that number isn't in Toyota's N.American data base. Any other possible sources?
     
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    I converted a 13BT from 24vdc to 12vdc. I think I have several 24vdc VSV's left over. I can check my shop for them if you want.
    my email address is jake2far@hotmail.com
    I am leaving town till Friday so I will try tommorow and see, if I can't get to my shop it will be Saturday.
    Let me know if your interested.

    Jim
     
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    Thanks Snail... Jake, I sent ya an e-mail.
    I'll eventually get a new VSV from Japan and locate it in a better place where heat and water won't kill it. A used one will get me going in the meanwhile. I can use all the VSV's from the 12v conversion as spares.
     
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    Parker

    I used a Parker VSV switch, mounted under my dash.
    Old Parker part number is :MKHONBG49A

    replaced by Parker # XM30NBG49A


    I just bought one of the old part numbers for $30.00.
     
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    Doesn't the HJ60 have a VSV for the t-case? Could it not be used to apply vacuum to the shut-off air shutters.

    Have you tried Sheldon at (Chilliwack) G&S? He has a bunch of BJ74 stuff on the Vancouver CraigsList now. Steve at EBI or John at Radd also have used JDM parts.
     

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    Sheldon didn't have any; I'll order a new one from Japan, but that will be a few weeks.
    There are lots of 12v VSD available, but not the 24v VSD the BJ74s use.
    A used one would work for now.
    Who are "Steve at EBI or John at Radd" ?
     
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    Yes they are both 24V. Parkers website sucks. I had to locate a dealer near me and then call them.
    The old part "MK" is their discontinued "MicroKing" line,(replaced by their XM line) but I just bought a MK yesterday.
     
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    Did you find those VSVs? Got no answer to e-mail.
     
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    correction. The number on the unit I have is 90910-12013. Couldnt see it very well. No listing from Toyota.
     
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    Parker

    If he doesnt have it, Ill sell you the Parker one I have.
    I paid $42.31 total.
    So that plus shipping.
     
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    Yeah, I did write a correction to my first post. The 12013 is 24V
     
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    I did a search about this topic which lead me here. I am currently having a VSV problem again with mine. I got the 24V VSV but my unit is still stalling like gasping for air and the engine won't start ......we are still looking at the hoses and working on it.
     

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