I haven't seen any with screws from the factory except early Toyota ones since they use the same trans in 4Runners and pickups. Sent from my iPhone ... Icarnuck
Bingo!!! I had a feeling they were related. Just for funs I called the dealer to price a switch and it is $414. Not surprising, at that price it is still
This is a very nice writeup on the rebuild Note the third picture shows Phillips head screws, some variations are riveted like Jim said below.If you havedougleblanc
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