Is it possible to combine 1987 with 1991?

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Asked by Jul 10, 2008 at 10:55 PM about the 1987 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: General

I have 2 Camry's I bought used. Best cars I ever owned economicly. Both have minor problems, but not the same problems. Same engine, & transmission, 1991 leaks oil & has more milage than 1987.  My question is.  Is it possible to take the transmission, plugs, & other electrical parts I put on 1991 DX, & put them on the 1987 LE, that has electrical problems, but looks better, & no engine leaks. Neither one have AC.

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no.

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Why, biggest problem is 87 starts off toggle switch, I think connected to starter, someone bi-passed ignition, but ignition switch has to be turned on for toggle switch to work, the only plus is, this car locks up & 91 that starts with a key in ignition does not lock up. I wish I could figure how to send a picture. Somewhat car savy red-headed ole lady

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from what your saying someone put a puch button start in, and you want a normal ignition system, correct? if so why not just have a dealership, shop, or car savy friend replace the electrical parts with the stock ones?

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Where did get the vin number Cg080708223137 not in this country Where's it from and where you going to tell us not from here Parts Are all different

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