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Old 10-11-2013, 08:15 AM   #22
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interesting. So wa the 2rz a 5 lugger motor and 3rz for 4x4s?
Yup, that's the only reason I got a 5 lugger. I wanted the 2.4 for fuel economy (which was a little disappointing and I wish I would've at least gotten a 4x4)

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J shifts are vacuum run, where as push button is electrical. Not year specific but rather option specific. I have seen trucks older than mine with the push button and trucks newer with the jshift.
So what is the option specificity? I have never seen this conclusively defined. I have SR5 TRD 01, and mine is J. I test drove others I swaer of the same spec but were I. Maybe I am on crack and they were 02 or even 03.
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Sometime after 99, exact year not confirmed and frankly maybe even before, the extra cab rear drive shafts start to show up with smaller u-joints in the Double Cardan (CV). They can be identified by "outside" c-clips.
Not saying they are not up to the job, just saying.
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Oh yeah, hey OP, and everyone else....herro...this thread (below) is pretty thorough, but may not touch on some of the finer technical points you are bringing up.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/1st...ers-guide.html
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So what is the option specificity? I have never seen this conclusively defined. I have SR5 TRD 01, and mine is J. I test drove others I swaer of the same spec but were I. Maybe I am on crack and they were 02 or even 03.

i think it was auto trannies vs manual mostly. But i think you could just pick if you wanted a J shift or electronic. I have seen both in just about every combination of packages.
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i think it was auto trannies vs manual mostly. But i think you could just pick if you wanted a J shift or electronic. I have seen both in just about every combination of packages.
Everything I test drove was manual. Fuck auto.

It's weird, because they are both on-the-fly, so why would they bother designing and manufacturing 2 systems? How is one more desireable than the other?
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Yea, that whole transfer case thing is like the "Low Fuel Warning Light". Seems to be hit and miss across the board.
OMG I have the low fuel light AND the low wiper fluid light! That must be why I have a J shifter. Obviously.
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Everything I test drove was manual. Fuck auto.

It's weird, because they are both on-the-fly, so why would they bother designing and manufacturing 2 systems? How is one more desireable than the other?

ill take a J shift over push button any day. two less electronic actuator to fail. And they do, both the ADD actuator and T case actuator can fail. Like 400 bucks for a new one.

but some like the convenience i guess of just pushing a button..haha
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ill take a J shift over push button any day. two less electronic actuator to fail. And they do, both the ADD actuator and T case actuator can fail. Like 400 bucks for a new one.

but some like the convenience i guess of just pushing a button..haha
Yeah but vaccum lines can fail too. I do agree though, I prefer more mechanical and less electrical in all systems. Yay 01 throttlebody and no ABS! Woot!

Oh, and because ATRAC LOL.
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Yeah but vaccum lines can fail too. I do agree though, I prefer more mechanical and less electrical in all systems. Yay 01 throttlebody and no ABS! Woot!

Oh, and because ATRAC LOL.
Yeah you have a good point on what that option is. I should scan through the window sheet from my truck when it was new to see if there is anything mentioned. 01 no abs, no cruise, j shift ftw!
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Thanks for all the info guys.

I hate to say it but the little gem i found has two things i am not easily over looking..

1. no abs.

2. to a much bigger extent no passenger air bag.
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Hey guys I found an 02 access cab 4x4 v6 with the 5 speed. What kinda of mpg can I expect on the hwy. And what's the deal with 2000+ getting a different axle ratio?
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Hey guys I found an 02 access cab 4x4 v6 with the 5 speed. What kinda of mpg can I expect on the hwy. And what's the deal with 2000+ getting a different axle ratio?
up to 02 were throttle by cable, then 03/04 were throttle by wire
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Hey guys I found an 02 access cab 4x4 v6 with the 5 speed. What kinda of mpg can I expect on the hwy. And what's the deal with 2000+ getting a different axle ratio?
probably about 18-20 mpg
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Hey guys I found an 02 access cab 4x4 v6 with the 5 speed. What kinda of mpg can I expect on the hwy. And what's the deal with 2000+ getting a different axle ratio?

wut??

wasn't a different axle ratio..axle ratio has to do with mainly your drive train.

since yours is a 4x4 V6 5 speed. It'll most likely have 4.10s.

hwy will be around 17-22 depending on how your drive, where your driving and gas.
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