The Ultimate 80 Series Parts Discontinued Thread

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Again, as a reminder, A343F transmissions are still available from Toyota. :)


The parts master system will show no available stock in the US because these are remanufactured per order. That's why the drones in part departments say "discontinued" or "none in the US. We can't get you any" :rolleyes: Clowns.

AWTEC in Michigan ( AWTEC|Remanufacturing Transmissions for OEMs (Toyota, GM, Nissan, Hyundai etc.)) will remanufacture these for sale to the dealer. General turn around is about 5-7 days. I've ordered over 10 of these this year. Here is the most recent one. If there are no cores available for remanufacture, Toyota will provide a new transmission in a reman part number box. This unit will come directly from Japan.

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The date code below: 12/14/1997 is the manufacture date of the main case assy. A late A343F for 1FZ application.

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A friend of mine has a brand new Toyota one sitting in a box the he "acquired". Story has it that it was shipped form Toyota to a dealer/technician training school many years ago and never opened. The school closed and they were going to throw it out. He grabbed it. Makes me drool.

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Register assy, intsrament panel No. 1 - 55650-60010 - The single register to the left of the control yoke.
 

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Another one bites the dust:

Rear locker/axle sub-wiring harness: 82165-60080 and 82165-60081

The front harness is still, barely, available. 82164-60013.

7 in the country.
 
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Another one bites the dust:

Rear locker/axle sub-wiring harness: 82165-60080 and 82165-60081

The front harness is still, barely, available. 82164-60013.

7 in the country.
I want to say something mean but I like you and know that it isn’t your fault. And frankly, the fact that they supported such a limited number of vehicles for this long is something to be happy about...
 
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I want to say something mean but I like you and know that it isn’t your fault. And frankly, the fact that they supported such a limited number of vehicles for this long is something to be happy about...
I've got to agree with you, compared to other car and truck manufacturers Toyota has done a fantastic job of supporting these trucks. Most other manufacturers only support their cars and trucks with factory replacement parts for 10 years after the date of manufacture if your lucky. In our case we had a very limited number of 80 series trucks delivered to the U.S. market, and were still able to buy new factory replacement parts for them, in my book that's outstanding support for a quarter century old truck. YMMV
 

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I've got to agree with you, compared to other car and truck manufacturers Toyota has done a fantastic job of supporting these trucks. Most other manufacturers only support their cars and trucks with factory replacement parts for 10 years after the date of manufacture if your lucky. In our case we had a very limited number of 80 series trucks delivered to the U.S. market, and were still able to buy new factory replacement parts for them, in my book that's outstanding support for a quarter century old truck. YMMV
And an even fewer number with front and rear lockers!
 

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Another one bites the dust:

Rear locker/axle sub-wiring harness: 82165-60080 and 82165-60081

The front harness is still, barely, available. 82164-60013.

7 in the country.
I knew I should have ordered that a long time ago.
 
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Just got a factory locker diffs both w switch/4wd ecu/and all knick nacks for 1200 ;) love my 3x locked 80....
Car-part.com its the hollander interchange for yards w parts; look up a door or fender then call and get whatever is there for the getting.
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Sorry to hijack benno, appreciate u and onur just wanted to share some real insight bc were running outta chances to find OEM parts (used and NOS)
 
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This could get interesting...
I have a truck with lockers that I was going to swap, but the harness to the rear one was eaten
 
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