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Old 03-13-2007, 04:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Auto to Manual tranny swap Q's

This is for a 2000 3RZ Tacoma Prerunner.

Who has done it. I have all the new bellhousing stuff with a clutch and slave cyl and even a computer on the way for a 2000 3RZ 4x4 Tacoma (Computer Part number 89661-04570)

Anything I am not thinking of? My main question is am I going to have issues keeping the current harness even with the new computer? Will it continue to throw a check engine light? Shifter stuff and crossmember issues are already solved. Just the wiring has me wondering.

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The actual transmission is the most important part. Do you have that? You didn't list it... OR a flywheel, clutch MASTER cylinder, hydraulic lines, pedal assembly w/ firewall bracketry. I don't know shit about the wiring, no help there.
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Old 03-16-2007, 07:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The actual transmission is the most important part. Do you have that? You didn't list it... OR a flywheel, clutch MASTER cylinder, hydraulic lines, pedal assembly w/ firewall bracketry. I don't know shit about the wiring, no help there.

I have everything. The wiring is all I had a question about.
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