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Old 08-04-2011, 11:27 AM #1
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Transmission interchangability

I have just purchased a 2002 4Runner SR5 and the transmission is shot. I thought it was just a solenoid, but when I dropped the pan there was chunks of metal everywhere so I guess it's time to get a new trans. I just wanted to get some info on what year 4Runners I can pull a trans from. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If this info is already available Just show me where, I searched and could not find and interchange info. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Anything from 96-02 4runner will work
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Does it have to come out of an SR5?
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Does it have to come out of an SR5?
No, but it needs to be from the 3.4l V6.
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This is one that I am looking at:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/96-97...ht_2891wt_1165

When I contact JY selling transmissions they all tell me that 96-99 is different from 01-02. Are they just wrong? The research I have done shows they all have the A340F from 95-03 so what is the difference?

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I think you can use the auto trans out of a jeep cherokee (I think its called an A4) and put your toyota bell housing on it. I was just reading about that on pirate. I believe they are the same minus the bell housing. I know they are both made by aisin
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They have a few variants of the A340 in our 4Runners, not all of them are the A340F. Also they might be the same general transmission but might have change the electronics inside. Contact these guys and they should be able to give more detailed information.

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They have a few variants of the A340 in our 4Runners, not all of them are the A340F. Also they might be the same general transmission but might have change the electronics inside. Contact these guys and they should be able to give more detailed information.

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Thanks for the number, I will give them a call. I will double check but I believe my truck has the A340E, which from my understanding means that it is electronically controlled vs A340F which is hydraulic controlled. I am finding the A340F for almost half the cost of the A340E so if they are interchangeable that would be a life saver. Also there are different variations of each for 4x2 vs 4x4. I will update when I get some more info. Thanks again.
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You have a A340F. The A340E is rear wheel drive car variant. 01-02 are electronically controlled and IIRC will be referred to as 30-40E. When my tranny blew, I was told by IPT 01-02 models are different from previous years. Good luck.
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So what's the consensus on their interchangeability? Guess who's in the market.
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Thanks for the number, I will give them a call. I will double check but I believe my truck has the A340E, which from my understanding means that it is electronically controlled vs A340F which is hydraulic controlled. I am finding the A340F for almost half the cost of the A340E so if they are interchangeable that would be a life saver. Also there are different variations of each for 4x2 vs 4x4. I will update when I get some more info. Thanks again.
The A340E is 2wd, A340F is 4wd and the 340H is the 4wd with the hydraulic transfer case used up to 1995. Here is a link

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That's good info, mmml4, but at what point did Toyota switch from the cable-operated kick-down to the vacuum or electronic kick-down? Wouldn't that make a difference in the replacement transmission? tbst - it'd be best to find an A340F from 2001, but I think 01 or 02 would be OK.
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Could I put an 04 sequoia trans in my 2001 4runner?? If i changed the bell housing and swapped the shifter lever thing out?
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I thought the later ones has electronic line pressure control, instead of cable actuated?

I was planning on making the swap as it'll make my full DBW throttle conversion easier.
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I thought the later ones has electronic line pressure control, instead of cable actuated?

I was planning on making the swap as it'll make my full DBW throttle conversion easier.
You can only use a transmission from an '01 or '02.
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