How do you replace the upper shifter bushing on the column of a 1986 toyota pickup with standard body and cab, 22R engine, 2WRD, 2BB carb, autoo trnsmission with shifter on column

Asked by May 10, 2017 at 05:32 PM about the 1986 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr STD Standard Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need to know the details of how to do this. I think the steering wheel and electrical has to come off the steering column but I'm not sure. Please respond ASAP.. My truck has been down for 18 months. It is almost impossible to find information on my truck. When I talked to the local Toyota shop I was told
That model is too old. They no longer work on them.

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those bastards...have they no respect? is it leakin oil? or just sloppy? is it pulling itself out of gear? would start at the transmission mount first...engine mounts certanly they are gettin a little (not flexible) but crackin' use a mechanics prybar to note any flaws...then replace the rubber mounts~ kinda need a more precise assessment of your difficulties~

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