Is it possible to combine 1987 with 1991?


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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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


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?


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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