I think it says so on the dipstick. There are a few reasons this may occur: 1 The fluid level is too low. First through Fourth gears are controlled with the assist of the freewheel devices and the Forth to Fifth gear change is Clutch To Clutch. I haven't had much time to concentrate on this project lately. The transmission has not kick-down. This results in a transmission that can only shift to first and reverse, but not to any further forward gears.
Didn't realize it was missing till I did more research. The last 2 pics show the broken collar on the main harness plug vs replacement harness. I plan on replacing my transmission fluid soon so I've been doing some research. Make sure the piston is not stuck in its bore. These are heavy vehicles and as such are often subject to abuse, such as towing over the manufacturers towing limit.
That being said , you are plowing new ground for Tacoma World if you manage to get a 2015 transmission to function in a 2006 application I am not saying that the transmission will not fit behind your motor , it will bolt up just fine. This transmission has been prone to fluid related issues especially when it's not changed at the recommended intervals. As mentioned earlier , you are trying something here that as far as I know , has never been attempted. So that may be the catch for interchanging this transmission to other years. I have a feeling the code won't be gone for long. I think it says so on the dipstick. The V8 got the sealed trans in 2004, and the V6 got it in 2005.
Note: the sequence is 1,2,. If the A750F was a poorly desinged transmission , you would have a hard time finding one but for the most part , they are very reliable Follow your door tag to a T even if that 2012 trans is appealing to you , you are going to create extra grief trying to make it work Send me your e mail by pm Transmission fitment by year: 2005-2007, 2008-2011, 2012+ Well, this weekend I'm taking the plunge on a transmission from a 2015 despite what I've been told. Is an A750F from a 2006 the same as an A750F from a 2012? They would still perform the same function correct? Connects to external oil cooler. Also check to make sure the accumulator spring is in good working order. Since it's on the stand now, I was able to rotate the transmission 180° and do this task head on, instead of on my head. You need to use the Transmission fitment by year : 2005-2007, 2008-2011, 2012+ They thought I was the trans guy trying to make this work and told me not to be a magician hehehe With this said , transmission shops follow this fitment by year and never steer away from it.
So as long as it comes from a tacoma you should be good. Although this is a decent transmission A750F problems have been common with vehicles that are higher in miles or driven aggressively. This is the twin turbo only heavy duty version with some internal mods. I recommend that the fluid be changed at least every 25,000 miles, or every 20,000 miles if you tow with your vehicle. Erratic shifting and overheating have also been failure points in this unit. I did come across some info that the A750F from a tundra has the connectors in different locations.
Joined: Nov 1, 2012 Member: 90305 Messages: Gender: Male First Name: Canadain bumper technician Vehicle: 2010. I'll have to ask the seller if he still has. Still looking for the middle section of the trans that mates the tcase and trans together. Mechanical throttle control input for kick-down function. My questions: 1 Is the non sealed early 4th gen transmission still the A750F? It is a Five Speed transmission equipped with Three Driving Clutches, Four Holding Brakes and Three freewheels. Sometime in the near future I'll get the twin stick kit and disassemble the tcase for that install.
Found some spare time tonight to swap the solenoid harness and replace the filter. This transmission has been prone to fluid related issues especially when it's not changed at the recommended intervals. Just a raise of 20 degree with cut the life expectancy of the transmission in half. You want to look for sticking valves,. Not positive on the changes between the 3 different fitment categories. This article does not any.
The more I read, the more I'm confused. Final drive ratio is 2. Source: Google The best advice I can give you to avoid the above problems is to change your fluid and filter on regularly schedule intervals. The is the place where the industries best transmission rebuilders work together to help solve the most complex automatic transmission problems. Every A750F has been performance and Dyno tested, comes with a platinum warranty and is now available at a discounted price. Here Are A Few Of The More Common Problems With The Toyota A750E Transmission Posted by on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013 The Toyota A750E transmission is a 6 speed automatic transmission. Unlike the A140E counterpart which is electronically controlled, the A140L uses a plastic governor gear to select which gear to go into.