there should be an upper and lower bolt on the underside of your transmission. undo the lower bolt to drain the fluid. undo the upper bolt and put some fluid in to drain the old. tighten the lower then fill to the hole. tighten the upper bolt
If your Toyota has a manual transmission, the fluid will be put in by removing the gearshift, and literally pouring the fluid into the cavity under the shifter.
should but check with junk yard they have the book
It should be a 700R4
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A short wheel base frame is 102" and some change from axle to axle. Long wheel base is 112" and some change.
The 1984 700R4 will interchange with a 1988 700R4. The lock-up harness would have to be modified, changed or have a hydraulic lock-up kit installed. An easy fix would be to put the harness and swithes from the 1988 transmission into the 1984 transmission. The 1984 transmission is a weaker design but a working transmission will get you going.
I think it's about 2800 lbs.
The 1984 Toyota pickup truck headlight relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The headlight relay switch will be at the top of the third column.
A 1984 Toyota pickup will not go into gear if the transmission fluid is low or the linkage is not adjusted. The fluid must be checked with the engine idle and at operating temperature.
Specify make and model of truck
ask the guy at the parts store
yes, check out this website http://advanceadapters.com/product/4261/1984-1995-Toyota-Truck-V8-Conversion-package.html
Not hard if you are mechanically inclined. Having a donor vehicle that is the same as your truck but automatic is key. This would give you all the parts, nuts, bolts, brackets, linkage, etc to do the swap.
no fluid in reservoir due to leaking reservoir or slave cylinder
YES. You may have to change the yoke on the driveshaft. You didn't say what size transmission that is in it now.
No, different bolt patterns.
go to autozone and get ahanes repair manual.
Assuming you have an automatic transmission, the dipstick should be located toward the rear of the engine on the passenger side. With vehicle warmed up and parking brake applied the transmission fluid is checked with the transmission in neutral.
On a 2-stroke you can drain and refill the transmission oil.
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First of all, The 97 trucks did not have the 700r4 in them. The 1/2 tons had the 4L60E and the 3/4 tons used the 4L80E. Any year 700r4 transmission will work in the 84 as long as it is out of a truck.
If you have the 22r engine, it is at the top of the front passenger side of the engine near the timing cover. If you have a 22RE then the pump is in the tank.
You can find some vacuum diagrams in the Haynes repair manual. This can be found at any parts store.