What transmission fits my car

Asked by Aug 29, 2015 at 10:33 AM about the 1994 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If you have the 4 cyl. then it should have had the A140E automatic tranny. You can pull one from years 92-94. Years 95-96 will also fit, but there's one extra plug left over which will cause your overdrive to blink, so I would stick with the 92-94 for best results.

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Can I put a 07 v6 transmission Honda Accord into an 07 Toyota Camry V6.... Thanks Ra'shawn

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Ra'shawn, no, that will not work at all. The only transmissions that will work in the 07 Camry are most likely from the years 07- 09. You will have to check your engine model number. I'm guessing yours is the 1MZ-FE. Check your owners manual or there should be a sticker on the underside of your hood. Once you find your exact engine model, get the VIN# off the dash and start calling around salvage yards. They should be able to find the correct tranny for you.

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