Oem Part Numbers ?? (1 Viewer)

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Without going to the toyota dealership, Does anyone have a resource for getting toyota part numbers for my 77 fj40. I want to look up my own stuff and shop around. The dealer has there sacred computer program that they wont share.....:rolleyes:
 
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cruiserdan on here knows alot of what your looking for. many dealers offer OEM parts - sor.com,coolcruisers.com, man-a-fre.com


search onnnnnnnnnnn
 

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http://www.toyotapartscheap.com/

Check this site. You can't get the part numbers but you can dig down and find most items.

There are by far the cheapest I have come across.
 
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Cruiser804, I clicked on your link and then clicked on "mechanical catalog." When I scrolled down the "year" catagory list of years, it only went back to 1980. How would JP2ME seek parts there for his '77 FJ40?
 

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Hit Ebay, and purchase some microfilm....and then purchase a viewer....that is about all you are going to find, unless you find a real parts book for your year...


Good luck!


-Steve
 

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i found one on e-bay . got it from Aus

also i pm'ed ya
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1st Toyota parts has a similar search engine and they seem to be a little cheaper than the link above. However 4x4poet makes a good comment in that the search engine only goes back to 1980.

I purchased the parts microfiche on CD ROM (PDF files) for US model land cruisers from about 1969 through 1998. I purchased this from someone either on this forum or through the LCML (I think this was what I purchased: http://www.woytovich.com/cruisers/fiche/). There is also someone that is supposed to be posting similar information on a web page, but that page is currently unavailable: http://tlcfiche.dyndns.org:8080. You can also find the microfiche on CD for sale on ebay.
 

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find another dealer...


my toyota parts counter lets me browse all of there computer parts diagrams....


they will print off copies of the screen so I can use them as a reference

they have even faxed me a diagram of a part that I was rebuilding

best thing......

they give me a discount on my parts

and offer same day service on most parts if ordered by 8am.....

I usually just call the dealer before work, and my goodies are ready to be picked up around 5ish
 
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impressive !!!
 

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I also have the parts fiche CD from Mark Woytovich (IIRC). It works pretty well.

Check with him at: mark@woytovich.com
 

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