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Author Topic: C series, E series and S series transmission identification.  (Read 796 times)

cuttyman9

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C series, E series and S series transmission identification.
« on: March 12, 2015, 04:59:12 PM »
Way too much misinformation out there.

This shall straighten quite a bit of it out.
There are a few that aren't 100 percent but the bulk of this is true and backed up by Toyota directly (thanks dad haha)
If you have something to add send me a message on here or through Facebook.


C series, E series and S series

1990-1993 celica (5sfe/3sge) S53
1994-1999 celica (5sfe/3sge/3sge beams) s54/ s54 LSD(beams only option)
1991-1999 MR2 (5sfe) S54
1992-2001 Camry (5sfe) S51


1990-1993 celica (4afe) c52
1994-1999 celica (7afe)


1990-1993 celica alltrac/gt4 (3sgte) E150F
1994-1999 celica GT4 (3sgte) E154F
1988-1989 MR2 (4agze) E51 (optional LSD) (need confirmation in the years)
1991-1993 MR2 turbo (3sgte) E153
1993-1999 MR2 turbo (3sgte) E154 (standard LSD)
1999-2003 caldina turbo fwd (3sgte) E56
1994-1999 celica (beams 3sge) E56
1988-1991 es250/camry (2vzfe) E52
1993-1994 es300/camry (3vzfe) E53
1997-2001 camry/solara (1mzfe) E153
2011-present TC (2azfe) EB60
2007-2010 TC (2arfe) E350
« Last Edit: November 22, 2015, 07:12:26 PM by cuttyman9 »
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1992 Celica GT 2gr
1999 F150 4.6/t56
1971 Cutlass 350olds/tr6060
1975 Trans Am 455pont/t56
1967 Chevelle 5.0/t56
1966 C20 LB 478 v6/s6 650
1936 Chevy Master Coupe
1971 Triumph Stag
1991 300zx TT
1992 Subaru SVX
1992 Stealth RT/TT
1988 Corolla GT-S

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Re: C series, E series and S series transmission identification.
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2015, 09:42:18 PM »
Great post Bill.

Not sure why I get booted out of the thread after my reply, but yeah. :)

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Re: C series, E series and S series transmission identification.
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2015, 09:37:35 PM »
Ok so I've been lazy as hell with posting these images but here they are. These are all taken directly from Toyota Information Systems database in the New Car Features section for each vehicle represented.















































































 

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