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Flywheel Hole Cover

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What is the part # for the plastic/rubber cover that goes over the hole to the flywheel. My dealer sent me a metal plate with holes for bolts #35119-36010 What is this for???
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Kurt,
I posted that number on SOR some time back. It is plastic. I did not save the post. I can look it up for you on Monday.
&nbsp:Did you get a cad plated plate about 4 by 3/4 inches with a bolt hole at each end?....If so you got a lower bellhousing cover used on 93 and very early 94 only..........

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Did yours fall off? If so is this a common problem? I might go and check if I have mine.
 
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Kurt, Dan -

I believe the plastic cover, "Hole Plug" as Toyota calls it, is 90950-01803 - lists for $4.11 (actual price changes as often as vegetables and gasoline...). I think this reference I have is from Dan's previous post.

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Ron,

 That's the number......I have so damn many of them floating in my head I sometimes can't find 'em. I guess that's why I have all those catalogs for backup :eek:
 the price is probably still valid as Toyota's main change months are January and July...

 Regards...Dan

Oh Ron, I think I Know why I mis-placed it, the 77109-60052 bumped it out of short term recall ::)

I have gas right now, its hard to think of other topics :slap:
 
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I was the one who asked about this back on SOR. Of course the part cost me close to $9 from the local dealer here (they're not building any goodwill!!) :mad:

The piece is pretty flimsy to I can see why they eventually fall out. I was thinking maybe a little silicone around the edge to keep it in or else just keep an eye on it.
 

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