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Lexus Toyota Corolla Transmission rebuild u140e u140f u142e u151e u151f u240e u241e u250e

  • Опубликовано 27 Сентября 2016

    Автор: Tom Kra

    U140E
    This is the U241E for V6 models.
    Applications:
    2002 -- 2004 Camry ( V6 )
    2001 -- 2003 Highlander (V6)
    1999 - 2003 Lexus ES 300
    gear ratios: 1st 3.938, 2nd 2.194, 3rd 1.411, 4th 1.019, rev 3.141, final drive 2.814
    U140F
    Applications:
    2001 -- 2003 Highlander ( 4x4 )
    2000 -- 2010 RAV4 (4x4)
    1999 -- 2003 Lexus RX 300 (AWD)
    2009 -- Matrix (2.4 L)
    U142E
    2001 RAV4 2wd
    U151E
    This is the U250E for V6 models.
    5 Speed Automatic Transaxle
    Applications:
    2005 -- 2006 Camry (V6)
    2004 -- 2008 Solara (V6)
    2004 Sienna
    2006 Sienna
    2005 -- 2007 Avalon (V6)
    2004 Lexus RX 330
    2003 ES300
    U151F
    5 Speed Automatic Transaxle (4x4)
    Application:
    2004 -- 2007 Sienna (V6 4x4)
    2004 -- 2007 Highlander (V6 4x4)
    2006 -- 2010 RAV4 (V6 4x4)
    2004 - 2008 Lexus RX330 AWD
    U2xx

    U240E
    4 Speed Automatic Transaxle
    Gear ratios for this transmission.
    1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
    3.943 2.197 1.413 1.020 3.145 3.120
    Applications:
    2000 -- 2005 Celica GT-S
    2003 Matrix XRS (with VVTL-i engine)
    2000 -- 2006 runx/allex (with VVTL-i engine)
    U241E
    Gear ratios for this transmission.
    1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
    3.943 2.197 1.413 1.020 3.145 2.740
    Applications:
    2001 -- 2007 Highlander (2.4 2WD)
    2002 -- 2010 RAV4 (2.0 2WD) (2.4 2WD)(2.5 2WD)
    2002 -- 2004 Camry (4 cyl.)
    2002 -- 2005 Solara (4 cyl.)
    2002 -- 2007 Alphard (4 cyl.)
    2005 -- 2010 SCION tC
    2008 - Current SCION XB
    2006 -- 2009 Camry* (4 cyl.)
    (Camry "Aurion Version" in South east Asia 2.0 liter)
    U250E
    The U250E is a 5-speed version of the U241E.
    Gear ratios for this transmission.
    1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Reverse Final
    3.943 2.197 1.413 0.975 0.703 3.145 3.391
    Applications:
    2005--2009 Camry (4 cyl.)
    2006--2009 Solara (4 cyl.)
    2009-- Matrix (2.4 L 2WD)
    2009-2010 Corolla (2.4L)

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ega0117

Hi, do you know the common problems and fixes with the U151E Tranny? I have a 2004 Toyota Sienna

Larry Johnson

Does the pump cover have to be removed to break the housing to gain access to the differential? I have bead bearings on the differential and am getting ready to tear it down to replace them. The bearings are bad due to the section of the tranny running low on fluid. I'm hoping the spider gears aren't bad, but wouldn't be surprised if they are wear badly as well. If the pump cover must be removed, does it seal back with RTV 

Albert Garcia

Can I replace 204E for the 140E on a Camry V6?

aneesakaspliff

Can you replace the U241E with a U250E ? Will everything work as normal or will there be a difference in the brain box programming; since one is four speed and one is five speed ? I got a Toyota Estima (Singapore, 2001).

zofa300

I have camry 2007 le 4 cyl. How do i know the type of transmission I have if it is U241e or U250e? Also there is no dipstick to check the oil. I heard the oil change has to be at certain temperature. Any guide how to do so? Thank you

bevis420

where is the audio =/

Hector Trejo

99 v4 Camry needs a kick

ha ho

gear ratios: 1st 3.938, 2nd 2.194, 3rd 1.411, 4th 1.019, rev 3.141, final drive 2.814 U140F Applications: does 'U140F' belongs to -> [just before] gear ratios: 1st 3.938, 2nd 2.194 or does 'U140F' belongs to -> [just next] applications ; 2001 -- 2003 Highlander ( 4x4 ) clarify all models

Danie Comly

I have a 2007 TOYOTA SENNA TRANSMISION LOSES FORWORD GEARS WHILE DRIVING ,ANY IDEA WHATS WRONG

ben perry

No sound

amtpdb1

I really wanted to watch this. The camera would have been better on a stand as all the jumping around made it hard to watch. It would be good if you could dub the instructions over the top of the video so we could follow along. Thanks for taking the time to try to help.

Protocol_ Killer

I have a U140E on a Highlander, 2003, FWD, 3.0L, I replaced both the left and right CV axles; I removed both at the same time. Both axles have been installed. However, the left axle seems to be about 1/4" too long and the left seal leaks fluid. Is it possible something slipped in the transmission to prevent the left axle to not fully engage and cause the fluid leak?

myValueAlerts.com

please dont' reply to "protocol_killer", that's my grandson's logon. my mistake: I have a U140E on a Highlander, 2003, FWD, 3.0L, I replaced both the left and right CV axles; I removed both at the same time. Both axles have been installed. However, the left axle seems to be about 1/4" too long and the left seal leaks fluid. Is it possible something slipped in the transmission to prevent the left axle to not fully engage and cause the fluid leak?