Need 3b starter plunger p/n (1 Viewer)

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From the part number thread I see the 3B plunger is:

Wilson 45-29-6452

Looking for a local source - that p/n is hard to get in the states. Anyone have a Toyota p/n?

I see that p/n also crosses to:

26-75561...Ashdown-Ingram
26-75563...Ashdown-Ingram
841322...Ashdown-Ingram
NP2...Baxters
NP3...Baxters
132570...Cargo
8C9778...Caterpillar
SMND-6119A...CPC
0-53660-0441...Denso
0-53660-0442...Denso
0-53660-0443...Denso
0-53660-0660...Denso
0-53660-7111...Denso
053660-0441...Denso
053660-0442...Denso
053660-0443...Denso
053660-0660...Denso
053660-7111...Denso
053660-7170...Denso
181129-449-0...Isuzu
1811294990...Isuzu
17588-63911...Komatsu
19620...RCP
19620L...RCP
19620LBX...RCP
21-826010...SWS
28106-22060...Toyota
28106-22060-71...Toyota
28235-54061...Toyota
66-82601...WAI
66-82605...WAI
45-29-6451...Wilson
45-29-6452...Wilson

... I'm going through that list now trying to find a local source for any of those. Toyota p/ns listed don't seem to work.

My plunger died in a big way. :frown:
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Some of the Denso p/ns are good, should be easy to get. Oddly they all come up as "plunger" but with a pretty large range in prices:

densoproducts.com
HEAVY DUTY COMPONENTS 053660-7170 053660-7170 Remove Item $23.57 $23.57
HEAVY DUTY COMPONENTS 053660-7111 053660-7111 Remove Item $10.69 $10.69
HEAVY DUTY COMPONENTS 053660-0660 053660-0660 Remove Item $6.83 $6.83
HEAVY DUTY COMPONENTS 053660-0443 053660-0443 Remove Item $4.19 $4.19

Looks like even the cheap one is the right stuff, however - this site has pictures:
http://www.iowamotorparts.com/denso_starter_solenoid_parts.htm

That last site looks like it would be a good US source for the contacts themselves too.
 
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Great research work Drew.

I've added all this cross-referencing to my "little black book".

Good luck and let us know how you get on.

Those Toyota numbers don't compute with me either except for the 28235 part. But I can't find "suffix 54061" and all the suffixes I see (that start with 28235) appear on vehicles that are too recent to have the same plunger as you.

Don't forget the "nose-cone-swap" option where you can source everything except the nose-cone from a wrecked 1980s minitruck (Hilux) of the correct model (that used a 2.5kW 12V starter).

:cheers:
 
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The Toyota and Komatsu numbers are confirmed bad (I have a friend).

I ordered the Denso part, as the photos I found online seem to be appropriate. Will let you know, arrives next Friday.
 
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For posterity, I ordered:

1 - Denso HEAVY DUTY COMPONENTS
Stock Number: 053660-0660
Part Number: 053660-0660
Unit Price: $7.59
Extended Price: $7.59

From densoproducts.com and its a perfect fit. Back on the road!!

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I sourced one from my local sparky, it was only €14.50, so that's cheap. I looked up the Toy p/n on ToyoDIY and it gave the price as being €180 or something.

Good to know a Denso p/n for the next time mine fails..... Thanks for that!

Mine didn't fail as spectacularly as yours, did your starter motor kept going too after releasing the key? Mine just kept going and going... doesn't sound good!:eek:
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Mine failed "open", so the starter just wouldn't turn on at all. There were actually pea-sized balls of molten copper inside the solenoid from what was left of the disk.
 

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