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I cracked open the EB62 manual transaxle out of a 2011 Camry 2.5.
I am replacing the rear (sealed) bearing on the input shaft. however the bearings roughness caused the "selectable" washer to wear, and has major grooves in it.
I need to replace it but I am having trouble finding out what size I need, or how to measure for it.
I am hoping a trans tech will read this, or someone who has done this before, though it seems rare.

Hope to hear from you soon :) Thanks
 

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Found it

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*1 Manual Transmission Case
*2 Input Shaft Assembly
*3 Front Transaxle Case
*4 Dimension A
*5 Dimension C
*6 Dimension B

Measure the distance between the end of the front transaxle case and installation surface of the front input shaft bearing (Dimension B).
Measure the distance between both input shaft bearing outer races (Dimension C).
NOTE: Measure Dimension C when both bearings have no clearance.
Calculate the rear input shaft bearing shim clearance using the following formula.
Formula:
(Dimension A + Dimension B) - Dimension C - Rear input shaft bearing shim thickness = Between 0 mm and 0.1 mm (0.00394 in.)
 

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