Wiper Motor - Fits 1 /'75-'84 - TOYOTA - No Retun Item
TOYOTA Part fits FJ40 ~ 1/'75 to 1984 FJ40
Note: 1/'75 to 9/'77 require updating to late model wiper motor cover.
No Returns on Electrical Parts because of the potential exposure to "Electrical Shorts".
Discontinued by Toyota, No Longer Available
Wiper Motor, Fits '68 to 1/'75 ~ Old Style ~ TOYOTA
Discontinued. This product is no longer available.
This page is for informational purposes only.
Motor fits at top of inside windshield frame
Wiper Motor Cover Gasket - Aft MrktNew CCOT Exclusive Product.
Wiper Motor Gasket - Fits Series 40 & 45
Select Gasket Production Date ~ 1/'75 to 9/'77 or 9/'77 to 10/'84
Note: For those vehicles that have had a windshield swap and you don't know if you have the larger or smaller wiper motor cover, then the below measurements should help.
Motor cover that fits 1/'75 to 9/'77 measures 8 3/16" across, outside edge to edge.
Motor cover that fits 10/'77 to 10/'84 measures 8 7/8" across, outside edge to edge.
Regular price: $33.91
Sale price: $19.91
Wiper Motor Cover Screw Kit - StainlessWiper Motor Screw Kit - Fits Series 40 & 45
Select by Production Date ~ 1/'75 to 9/'77 or 9/'77 to 10/'84
Stainless Steel Screws and Flat Washers - 4 ea.
Wiper Motor Cover Gasket - TOYOTAGasket fits 9/'77 to 10/'84 - FJ40 & FJ45
Note: This OEM gasket will not fit 1/'75 to 9/'77.
The smaller gasket for 1/'75 to 9/'77 has been discontinued by Toyota.
Visor Blades - Only - No Hrdwr - Pair - FJ40 - 9/72-10/84 - Aft Mrkt
Currently Not Available, Out of StockFINALLY! - New Visor Replacement Blades
Fits 09/'72 to 10/'84 ~ FJ40 & FJ45
New CCOT Visors are a must to renew interior.
Requires your original Visor hardware.
Hardware Not Included.
Set screw tightens Visor to desired blade tension.
A Great and affordable solution to $$$OEM Visors.
Visors are a CCOT Exclusively Developed Part.
Note: Visor blades are not handed. Blade fits Right or Left sides causing set screw to face in or out, per photo.
Installation Tip: Remove old visor hardware from vehicle and lay new visor(s) on a flat table (to support & back the visor blade) then, apply pressure to the visor blade clamp to achieve a square path for set screw to align with machined internal nut. The support of the table will square the nut to the set screw. This alignment can be hard to achieve if you try to install the new blade to hardware still mounted to windshield frame.