What Size Transmission Came in a 1987 Toyota Pickup?

Answer The transmission size that came in a 1987 Toyota pickup truck was 2.4 liters, 2,366 cubic centimeters.Source:Used Auto TransmissionsAutomotix

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How to Troubleshoot the Parking Light on a 1987 Toyota Pickup?

The parking light on your 1987 Toyota pickup truck is one of the three lights on your tail lamp assembly. If the parking light itself is malfunctioning, it indicates a problem with the parking ligh... Read More »

How to Change a Low Fuel Light in a 1987 Toyota Pickup?

The 1987 Toyota pickup truck comes equipped with several dash lights that help illuminate the various pieces of instrumentation on its instrument panel. One of these lights if the "Low Fuel" light.... Read More »

Where is the fuel pump relay located on a 1987 Toyota pickup?

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1987 Toyota Pickup: How to Change Out the Master Brake Cylinder?

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