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Anyone know part numbers to the power steering hoses, the ones that have the spring type clips on both ends of the line? NOT the high pressure line, the hose say YAKIMA or YOKOMA and they are special shaped
 

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Anyone know part numbers to the power steering hoses, the ones that have the spring type clips on both ends of the line? NOT the high pressure line, the hose say YAKIMA or YOKOMA and they are special shaped
44412HOSE, RETURN
44412-340101$25.30
44416TUBE, RETURN(FOR STEERING GEAR OUTLET)
44416-340101$23.76
44416CHOSE(FOR RETURN TUBE TO RESERVIOR)
90445-181261$10.16

I'm pretty sure some if not all of these will probably be discontinued. Yer best bet might be to just make yer own tubing and add the rubber hose lines to it. ;)
 
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44412HOSE, RETURN
44412-340101$25.30
44416TUBE, RETURN(FOR STEERING GEAR OUTLET)
44416-340101$23.76
44416CHOSE(FOR RETURN TUBE TO RESERVIOR)
90445-181261$10.16

I'm pretty sure some if not all of these will probably be discontinued. Yer best bet might be to just make yer own tubing and add the rubber hose lines to it. ;)
Where or what kind of hose should I get?
 

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No idea where else to post. I just did fluids on transfer case and differentials. See the picture of my front differential! When I removed the plug the fluid wasn't even coming out..... until I dislodged the crud.
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Looking for advice on my next course of action.... Rebuild OEM, junk yard, upgradable parts??
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IMHO I wouldn't rebuild, see what you can find at scrap yard or online, sorry you had to find that out, keep us posted
 

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Looking for advice on my next course of action.... Rebuild OEM, junk yard, upgradable parts??
I’d shop for a used front differential.

For peace of mind, I would plan to put new seals in the used unit upon install (pinion & axle & front cover).

Torquing a pinion but can be intimidating to the uninitiated but so far so good on my novice first attempts. Take it somewhere to have it done if you don’t want to do it your

I’d also probably check the axle needle bearings/bronze bushings on the differential and at the hub. Replace them if you can afford to do so, otherwise note the condition & start saving to do so as needed.

Of course, you’re halfway to a final drive re-gear. if you ever wanted to do it… nows the time!
 

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So I just had my rear main seal put on a few months back, but I noticed a small drip at the edge of the bell housing and oil pan, it's at the edge of the housing at that lil U shaped open notch, it's motor oil, the shop that did the RMS is a reputable shop, is there any other seals that I should've done??? like rear crankshaft seal??? Also brings up this question, which I was gonna start a thread on, oil leak stopping fluids, do these really work???
 

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Does anyone have an illustration or T100 graphic. Not a photo, but an illustration. Thanks.
 

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No idea where else to post. I just did fluids on transfer case and differentials. See the picture of my front differential! When I removed the plug the fluid wasn't even coming out..... until I dislodged the crud.
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Looking for advice on my next course of action.... Rebuild OEM, junk yard, upgradable parts?
How did that happen? Did someone drive it in 4WD on pavement or something? As long as the spider gears seem okay along with everything else then I would rebuild (ring, pinion, seals, & bearings are very cheap in the scheme of things). It's a lot of work to set up a rear though (need some specialty tools and a lot of patience because not only do you need to get the pinion depth just right but the gear carrier needs to be shimmed for the correct gear lash). I did this to a jeep rear back in the nineties and it's a PITA for sure. Takes a lot of torque to seat the pinion bearing as someone else mentioned. You could always take it to a very trusted shop (wouldn't even bother with them unless they do a lot of transmission work and stuff) with all the parts and throw about $500 at them to do it. Have you found any front ends around you locally and what kinds of prices are you looking at? Not sure if I would gamble on something like that being shipped to me. Would probably cost a king's ransom anyhow.
 

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The Toyota T100 is built for reliability; whether that means towing, off road driving or just getting around town, the T100 is built to last. While the 1996 T100 is one of the most rugged, dependable vehicles on the road, owners will inevitably need to buy replacement parts. When your 1996 T100 needs replacement parts, use Parts.OlatheToyota.com. We don't "make up for" our low prices by charging extra shipping costs or otherwise having hidden prices. We sell only OEM parts at the best prices, every time.

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How did that happen? Did someone drive it in 4WD on pavement or something? As long as the spider gears seem okay along with everything else then I would rebuild (ring, pinion, seals, & bearings are very cheap in the scheme of things). It's a lot of work to set up a rear though (need some specialty tools and a lot of patience because not only do you need to get the pinion depth just right but the gear carrier needs to be shimmed for the correct gear lash). I did this to a jeep rear back in the nineties and it's a PITA for sure. Takes a lot of torque to seat the pinion bearing as someone else mentioned. You could always take it to a very trusted shop (wouldn't even bother with them unless they do a lot of transmission work and stuff) with all the parts and throw about $500 at them to do it. Have you found any front ends around you locally and what kinds of prices are you looking at? Not sure if I would gamble on something like that being shipped to me. Would probably cost a king's ransom anyhow.
I just bought the truck used. I have come up dry on all my internet searches for an A11A 4.3 front differential parts. These parts are discontinued by toyota and looks like no one else makes them. I have found 4.3 for an 8" diff, but my diff if 7.5".
Definitely need help finding parts if anyone has a clue. Toyota dealer said good luck.......
 

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I’d shop for a used front differential.

For peace of mind, I would plan to put new seals in the used unit upon install (pinion & axle & front cover).

Torquing a pinion but can be intimidating to the uninitiated but so far so good on my novice first attempts. Take it somewhere to have it done if you don’t want to do it your

I’d also probably check the axle needle bearings/bronze bushings on the differential and at the hub. Replace them if you can afford to do so, otherwise note the condition & start saving to do so as needed.

Of course, you’re halfway to a final drive re-gear. if you ever wanted to do it… nows the time!
Thanks. Yea the rebuild kit is easy to come by with the seals and bearings. The ring and pinion though seems impossible to find. It is either re-gear both front and rear, or find a used one to keep stock. I am planning on stock. Appreciate the response.
 

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The lounge is for T-100 owners who wish to chat about themselves, their lives, or anything in general that comes to mind without any concern with hijacking threads or taking discussions off-topic in the 1993-1998 T-100 forum. Nevertheless, discussion about your T-100 trucks are also welcome. Talk here should remain clean, without any posting of nasty/pornographic photos or talk that are the realm of the Off Topic forum. Any posts of that nature will be moved there or to General Discussion if required.

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t100 problem check engine light is no they say they can not connect to the ecu has any one see this before please help
 

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t100 problem check engine light is no they say they can not connect to the ecu has any one see this before please help
Welcome to the forums! :)

I need more specifics. Year and engine? What has been checked? Is the 7.5A OBDII fuse still intact? Does the vehicle start and run? Has this vehicle been in an accident or flood? ;)

The OBDII fuse should be located in the driver's side fuse panel. ;)

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Hey y'all! Recently bought a '97 T-100 Xtra Cab, and have been diligently looking for a truck topper for it ever since. A high rise topper like the one pictured (not mine) is preferable. I know the 00-06 Tundra caps will fit, so I've been looking at used Tundras online, scouring FB Marketplace and Craigslist with no luck. Anyone have any leads or helpful tips? I'm located in the southeast and willing to travel to get the right one. Many thanks!
 

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I need more specifics.
Year and engine?
What has been checked?
Is the 7.5A OBDII fuse still intact?
Does the vehicle start and run?
Has this vehicle been in an accident or flood?

The OBDII fuse should be located in the driver's side fuse panel. ;)

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So when I checked my fuses, I discovered the OBDII fuse was present but it was blown.

But before I could figure that out, I discovered something else..

I got the following fuse panel cover from a salvage yard from a truck I thought was the same as mine, because my fuse panel cover was missing when I purchased my 1998 T100 SR5 3.4L auto 4WD:
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Notice anything odd?

Good news is my OBDII is up and working properly again. Bad news is that my replacement fuse panel cover isn’t correct for my truck.

Thanks for posting that photo. It was a big help. One question, though, should my cover look exactly like the one you posted or are there other differences between my truck & yours?
 

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these critters? another one popped loose and wedged itself... i thought all of them were gone as of last year but there must be more back in there!
i am curious if the loss of these 'cushions' induce odd vibes/rattles with air pressure changes and leaking behind the dash? it was nasty humid one morning this past week so i turned the a/c defroster on to clear the foggy windows and my instrument cluster by the vent started to fog over!

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Yes, those things are part of weatherstripping foam around the duct seams where they slip together to help seal up the ducts and prevent loss of air leaking behind the dash. Unfortunately, they don't last forever.
4 months later i noticed another boogar chunk popped out and got caught yesterday

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Welcome to the forums! :)

I need more specifics. Year and engine? What has been checked? Is the 7.5A OBDII fuse still intact? Does the vehicle start and run? Has this vehicle been in an accident or flood? ;)

The OBDII fuse should be located in the driver's side fuse panel. ;)

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Where can I get that cover with the correct decal for my fuses?
 

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Looking to upgrade my headlight housings, anyone know a good aftermarket brand? Website?
 
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