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Old 07-08-2021, 02:11 PM #1
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Can't find part number

Does anyone know what the part number is for this white switch? I've looked at several diagrams online but the drawings are so poor, I'm not sure.

The switch is not moving to the fully downward position, causing the pin to jump behind the switch when moving it into park, thus causing my key to stick in the ignition.

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That was an assembly/alignment issue on my '99.... same, exact, problem with keys being trapped in ignition and pin being on the wrong side of the switch. Just took paying attention to assembly to get it sorted. Pretty sure I didn't post anything about it because I felt dumb at doing it to myself, and it's been a couple years so my feeble brain doesn't recall the details. I feel like it was something lower down, maybe on the Other side??? take a closer look though, I doubt you need the switch replaced.
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That was an assembly/alignment issue on my '99.... same, exact, problem with keys being trapped in ignition and pin being on the wrong side of the switch. Just took paying attention to assembly to get it sorted. Pretty sure I didn't post anything about it because I felt dumb at doing it to myself, and it's been a couple years so my feeble brain doesn't recall the details. I feel like it was something lower down, maybe on the Other side??? take a closer look though, I doubt you need the switch replaced.
Thanks Brian. I'll take another look and see if it's an easier fix than replacing that part.
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I think I found the part # for the white switch but I typed it in for a 2000 4Runner 4x4. Not 100% if it's the correct part you're looking for.

Part #8472735090

2000 Toyota 4Runner Shift Interlock Solenoid. TRIMILLUST - 8472735090 - Genuine Toyota Part
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I think I found the part # for the white switch but I typed it in for a 2000 4Runner 4x4. Not 100% if it's the correct part you're looking for.

Part #8472735090

2000 Toyota 4Runner Shift Interlock Solenoid. TRIMILLUST - 8472735090 - Genuine Toyota Part
I believe that is the correct one after looking at the diagram. Thank you
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