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89460-0C010 2000-2002 Tundra
89460-04010 1997-2000 Taco
89460-08020 1998-2001 Sienna
89460-0W070 1998-2001 4Runner
89460-33030 1997-1998 Camry/ES300
89460-41010 1995-1996 Avalon
89460-35030 not sure of model info

These are the numbers for VPS's that i've found are plug and play for our trucks.
There may be more but this is the info I've gathered over the years and these sensors are plentiful on ebay...
 

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ebay.
89460-0C010 2000-2002 Tundra
89460-04010 1997-2000 Taco
89460-08020 1998-2001 Sienna
89460-0W070 1998-2001 4Runner
89460-33030 1997-1998 Camry/ES300
89460-41010 1995-1996 Avalon
89460-35030 not sure of model info

These are the numbers for VPS's that i've found are plug and play for our trucks.
There may be more but this is the info I've gathered over the years and these sensors are plentiful on ebay...
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Has anybody's fabric heat shield (insulation with foil side) completely fall off due it being so old? The one behind the engine and firewall, And has anyone found a replacement and put back on?
 

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ebay.
89460-0C010 2000-2002 Tundra
89460-04010 1997-2000 Taco
89460-08020 1998-2001 Sienna
89460-0W070 1998-2001 4Runner
89460-33030 1997-1998 Camry/ES300
89460-41010 1995-1996 Avalon
89460-35030 not sure of model info

These are the numbers for VPS's that i've found are plug and play for our trucks.
There may be more but this is the info I've gathered over the years and these sensors are plentiful on ebay...
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What site is your go-to for buying parts? aftermarket or otherwise. Right now I'm looking for ball joint spacers and old man emu torsion bars. Also headlights and markers and what not. I can't find those clear parking lights anywhere!
 

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What site is your go-to for buying parts? aftermarket or otherwise. Right now I'm looking for ball joint spacers and old man emu torsion bars. Also headlights and markers and what not. I can't find those clear parking lights anywhere!
If it comes up blank just enter Toyota T100 in the Search box, 375 items.
This site will give you oem p/n's which you can then google to find them or something equalevent plus it uses your VIN, pseudo build sheet.
 

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So I just changed out the oil cooler seal n gasket and both hoses, it's a bit of a PITA! Would help to remove transmission level dipstick holder, alternator and belt, "maybe" rely steering rod, if you have small hands and arms, getting the hose clamps off and on were a PITA, to line em up putting back on, maybe if I had the right pliers to remove, the old gasket behind the oil cooler was hard as a rock and brittle, and broke off in pieces, put all back together, used same coolant, but put new oil as some coolant spilled into oil, no leaks
 

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Has anybody's fabric heat shield (insulation with foil side) completely fall off due it being so old? The one behind the engine and firewall, And has anyone found a replacement and put back on?
I somewhat carelessly shredded mine with a pressure washer the day after I buried my new-to-me-at-the-time T100 in a deep mud puddle.

A couple years later, I replaced it with an adhesive backed, foil-topped, fiberglass heat shield. I bought the heat shield stock off eBay. It came in a stack of ~10 inch by ~14 inch rectangles.

I made a paper template from the remnants of my old one & then modified my template by trial & error when my transmission was out of the way during some transmission work I was doing.

Because it was self adhesive, I didn’t have to use those funky clips that Toyota used to hold it on. That simplified things and made it possible to make my new shield oversized to provide even better protection.

I will try to find a link to the product I used. If I find it, I’ll edit it and add it to this post.

EDITED BELOW FOR LINKS:
Finding my Amazon (not eBay) orders reminded me that I actually used a combination of two products…

I covered as much of the area under the original heat shield with an aluminized-fiberglass product. I extended it rearward to cover some particularly vunerable areas of the transmission tunnel over my automatic transmission. Here is the link to the fiberglass based heat shielding:

Aluminum & Fiberglass Heat Shield Barrier with Adhesive Backing 12"x39" (3.3 Sq. Ft) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LGZ3NW...abc_7022CAQ8TEXKTQEG2FST?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

I also used to foil-covered closed cell foam sound deadening product. I started it at the edge of the previous product and extended it to cover the remainder of my firewall behind the engine and transmission tunnel over the transmission. Here is a link to that product:

Abahub 236mil 16 sqft Car Sound Deadener Hood Firewall Heat Shield Insulation Pad Automotive Sound Deadening Mat Aluminum Roll https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07V7ZWTV...abc_K2EQPZ7TMF7564A9BRY3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

I am pleased with the results. Both products are as good as when I installed them… although I no longer do any pressure washing under the hood… OR get my T100 stuck in deep mud bogs either, for that matter!
 

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So today for the first time ever I had this happen to me, I did that mod on here about adding a piece of hose to the drain hose for the ac when it leaks water, so I head out on the highway for work, I'm using the ac, all is well, I just happen to follow the GPS exit the highway then make a sharp right turn, when all of a sudden, cold water came pouring out from behind the center area where cold air comes from the bottom when you switch ac to floor, but my ac was directed to come out from the upper vents, I'd say about half a cup of cold water came gushing out the drivers side all over the floor mat, this happen to anyone? I tried to replicate it again further along the day and nothing happened
 

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I need a new compressor. I hope someday to have this problem
 

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So today for the first time ever I had this happen to me, I did that mod on here about adding a piece of hose to the drain hose for the ac when it leaks water, so I head out on the highway for work, I'm using the ac, all is well, I just happen to follow the GPS exit the highway then make a sharp right turn, when all of a sudden, cold water came pouring out from behind the center area where cold air comes from the bottom when you switch ac to floor, but my ac was directed to come out from the upper vents, I'd say about half a cup of cold water came gushing out the drivers side all over the floor mat, this happen to anyone? I tried to replicate it again further along the day and nothing happened
evaporator is plugged up? or is that the condenser down behind there
my truck is usually set at the combo upper/floor on the lever switch, or windshield defrost and floor setting
 

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evaporator is plugged up? or is that the condenser down behind there
my truck is usually set at the combo upper/floor on the lever switch, or windshield defrost and floor setting
Evap core is top left behind glove box, condenser is in front of radiator, but my evap drains through that hose
 

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Could you post up some piccies of the hose you added to the drain? ;)
 

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So today for the first time ever I had this happen to me, I did that mod on here about adding a piece of hose to the drain hose for the ac when it leaks water, so I head out on the highway for work, I'm using the ac, all is well, I just happen to follow the GPS exit the highway then make a sharp right turn, when all of a sudden, cold water came pouring out from behind the center area where cold air comes from the bottom when you switch ac to floor, but my ac was directed to come out from the upper vents, I'd say about half a cup of cold water came gushing out the drivers side all over the floor mat, this happen to anyone? I tried to replicate it again further along the day and nothing happened
Did you ever pull the blower motor and check the evaporator fer any debris? Good chances are that some debris is clogging up the drain now and then. Don't use a water hose to try to blast it out of there. Be gentle as those fins will bend over fairly quickly! I would recommend a pump up garden sprayer and a length of soft hose attached/adapted to yer shop vac to suck up any debris in there. Snap some piccies of before and after and post them. ;)
 

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Did you ever pull the blower motor and check the evaporator fer any debris? Good chances are that some debris is clogging up the drain now and then. Don't use a water hose to try to blast it out of there. Be gentle as those fins will bend over fairly quickly! I would recommend a pump up garden sprayer and a length of soft hose attached/adapted to yer shop vac to suck up any debris in there. Snap some piccies of before and after and post them. ;)
Got me a Denso EVAP core, and expansion valve, just need time to drain ac system and pull EVAP core out
 
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