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This is out of the Toyota Manual Transmissions and Transaxles Technician's Handbook. Thought it could be useful to most of us.

C Series: C5# SAE 75W-90 or 80W-90/ 2.6L (2.7 qt.) C140, 150 2.4L (2.5qt.)

C50 and C56 are not mentioned in this version.

C51: AE82 Corolla/ 1984-on

- Starter mounts on left side of clutch housing
- Shift lever retainer is bolted to the case
- I.D. No. located on the top front edge of clutch housing


C52: AW11 MR2/ 1985-on

- Basically the same as C51
- Shift and select levers connect on the opposite side of the shift shaft
- I.D. No. located on the top front edge of clutch housing


C140, 150: EL31 Tercel/ 1987-on

- Starter mounts on right side of clutch housing
- Smaller version of the C51
- End covers are pressed steel (C140 is flatter than C150)
- I.D. No. located on the top front edge of clutch housing


E Series: E5# API GL-5, SAE 75W-90/ 4.2L (4.4 qt.) E56 5.0L (5.3qt.)

E5#: AW11 MR2/ 1988-on

- Starter mounts on right side of clutch housing
- Shift lever is on the opposite side of case
- Oil Cooler on bottom side of main case
- Similar in construction but larger than "C" series transaxle
- I.D. No. located on the top front edge of clutch housing


E56F5: All Trac Camry/ 1988-on
E50F2: All Trac Celica/ 1988-on
E57F5: All Trac Corolla/ 1988.5-on


For all Transmissions here is the key to unlocking the production code stamp i made on ms paint :thumbup


hope this helps!
 
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