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Old 04-04-2021, 06:03 AM #1
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What's the Difference in These Servos??

There is but one difference in these model numbers. Can someone please tell me one could replace the other? The difference is on the second line...one has a "12J" while the other has a "10G".

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One is in your hand?

Honestly, I wouldn't worry about the 12J or the 10G; if you look at the same part online you'll find those two digits change a lot. In fact, that entire box of numbers is probably some internal Denso part number and batch code, it seems to change quite a bit if you look online under the Toyota part number.

The actual part number is listed as 87106-35120 (Toyota P/N generally are 10 digit which is why I suspect the 063800-0660 is a Denso specific number as it's structured differently.)
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One is in your hand?



Honestly, I wouldn't worry about the 12J or the 10G; if you look at the same part online you'll find those two digits change a lot. In fact, that entire box of numbers is probably some internal Denso part number and batch code, it seems to change quite a bit if you look online under the Toyota part number.



The actual part number is listed as 87106-35120 (Toyota P/N generally are 10 digit which is why I suspect the 063800-0660 is a Denso specific number as it's structured differently.)
Awesome, thank you so much for your input. I received the one I ordered and there's absolutely nothing different in these two servos. Thanks again!

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