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#1 sera_beetle

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Posted 16 February 2006 - 12:01 PM

Ripped from one of andrews old post :thumbsup:


Complete Story:

Front RH engine mounting
03/90-12/95 12362-11110, same AUTO or MANUAL

Rear gearbox mounting
AUTO 03/90-05/90 12371-11280
AUTO 05/90-07/91 12371-11340 or 12371-11360
AUTO 07/91-12/95 12371-11360
MAN 03/90-12/95 12371-11270
MAN 06/92-12/92 12371-11440 or 12371-11470 (for cars with factory fit LSD)
MAN 12/92-12/95 12371-11470 (for cars with factory fit LSD)

Front LH engine mounting
MAN 03/90-06/92 12372-11140 or 12372-10040
MAN 06/92-06/94 12372-11260 or 12372-10040
MAN 06/94-12/95 12372-10040
AUTO 03/90-12/95 12372-11160

Summary:

RH: 12362-11110
LH: 12372-10040 (manual) or 12372-11160 (auto)
Middle - choose from list.
178 bhp.... i think it's time for a new engine and a colour change!

View my sera here or here

#2 AndrewC

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Posted 06 July 2006 - 11:52 AM

Or if you want whizzy TRD ones, Starlet Turbo ones probably OK

Engine mount RH 12362-EP801 8,500
Engine mount RR 12371-EP801 9,500
Engine mount LH 12372-EP900 8,500

All for manual cars without factory LSD

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#3 Reldyne_mr2

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Posted 09 August 2006 - 01:33 PM

Anyone know if these engine mount part numbers work here in Canada or are they sera specific? thanks
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#4 Graham

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Posted 10 August 2006 - 10:31 AM

I'd say that they are Toyota specific, so if you have a friendly toyota dealer you should be able to get the parts from them.

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#5 AndrewC

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Posted 10 August 2006 - 10:34 AM

I don't have a US parts cd to see if they're used on any US market cars that used the E series engine - namely Tercel and Paseo.

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#6 djsri

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 09:59 AM

has anyone used the Powerflex bushes [ http://www.tm-develo...products_id=822 ],as I need to replace the gear box mount,will this suit for the sera & does this comes with the mount or only the bush?
What happens when you cross the line between car and fashion accessory?
In Toyota's case the result was the Sera

#7 Scuzzy

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Posted 11 August 2012 - 08:17 AM

12371-11510 rear engine mount from Paseo EL54/EL44 fits EXY10-ACPGH (auto) Sera and provides additional exhaust hangers before the flex piece, not listed as common part of Sera in EPC, but I fitted one,

Part 12371-11510 (INSULATOR, ENGINE MOUNTING, REAR) was found on the following models:
Market	          Date range	      Model	Frames/Options	Found in diagram
Japan	            09/1994-06/1999	  TOYOTA CORSA, TERCEL	EL5*,NL50	11-07: MOUNTING
General	          09/1994-06/1999	  TOYOTA TERCEL	EL50,53	11-07: MOUNTING
N. America	      09/1994-06/1999	  TOYOTA TERCEL	EL53	11-07: MOUNTING
Japan	            09/1994-06/1999	  TOYOTA COROLLA 2	EL5*,NL50	11-07: MOUNTING
Japan	            08/1995-06/1999	  TOYOTA CYNOS	EL5*	11-07: MOUNTING
Europe, General	  08/1995-06/1999	  TOYOTA PASEO	EL54	11-07: MOUNTING
N. America	      04/1991-07/1995	  TOYOTA PASEO	EL44	11-07: MOUNTING
N. America	      08/1995-06/1999	  TOYOTA PASEO	EL54	11-07: MOUNTING
Japan	            05/1997-03/2003	  TOYOTA RAUM	EXZ10,15	11-07: MOUNTING

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#8 Adam Evans

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Posted 11 August 2012 - 10:16 AM

What was the difference in price scuzzy

All I did was go to the local motorfactors and I got a round mounting and burnt the old one out and pressed the new one in

New rubber mounting cost me 10

As I parked in the disabled bay the other day someone shouted over

 

"Hey, what's your disability ?"

 

I shouted back, "tourettes now F**K OFF !!"


#9 Scuzzy

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Posted 11 August 2012 - 11:09 PM

Being in Australia prices won't be relevant really :lol: I wanted to buy another mount so I could get my old one refurbished with polyurethane

#10 Adam Evans

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Posted 11 August 2012 - 11:45 PM

this is what mine looked like

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theres a part number there for the rubber but I cant get it to match to anything


and here is what it looked like when i had finished with it

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pretty cool hey

As I parked in the disabled bay the other day someone shouted over

 

"Hey, what's your disability ?"

 

I shouted back, "tourettes now F**K OFF !!"





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