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Toyota A750E, A750F Deep
    Toyota A750E, A750F Deep
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    • Toyota A750E, A750F Deep
      Part Number: tp-asm-11112

    • Out of stock. We are making more. Back in stock around November 30, 2021. Orders placed now will ship then.

      Pan includes magnetic drain plug and mounting hardware.
      Price varies with finish. SEE PRODUCT INFO.

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    • OPTIONAL - add machining of a 1/8 NPT hole for an aftermarket temperature sending unit:
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    Number of Bolts: 20

    Capacity: 2 to 3 quarts over stock

    Dimensions: Click here for dimensions. This PML pan will be about 1.5 inches deeper than the stock pan.

    Benefits:

    • Extra capacity
    • Heavy duty construction
    • Drain hole and magnetic drain plug included
    • Fins for cooling fluid
    • Fits with many skid plates, such as RCI and Ricochet
    • Thick gasket flange for a secure seal to the transmission housing

    The PML pan works on both the A750E and the A750F. 4x4 trucks and SUVs have the A750F. Rear wheel drive trucks and SUVs have the A750E. The stock transmission pan and filter are the same for both.

    The Toyota A750E, A750F 5 speed transmission is commonly found in several Toyota trucks and SUVs and some Lexus SUVs:

    • 4Runner V6 4.0L RWD 2003 to 2015, some 2016 to 2019 models
    • 4Runner V6 4.0L 4x4 2003 to 2017, some 2018 and 2019 models
    • 4Runner V8 4.7L (RWD or 4x4) 2003 to 2009

    • FJ Cruiser 4.0L 2007 to 2014

    • Sequoia V8 4.7L 2005 to 2008 (some 2005 and 2006 have A340 transmission)

    • Tacoma 4.0L 2005 to 2015 or 2016

    • Tundra 4.0L 2005 to 2008 and 2014 to 2015
    • Tundra 4.7L 2005 to 2008 and 2014 to 2015

    • Land Cruiser 100, 2003-2006, gas and diesel (probably other Land Cruiser models/years also)

    • Lexus LX (2003 to 2007) and GX 470 (2003 to 2009)

    • Some international Isuzu D–max trucks

    Configurations vary! Always check your vehicle to verify transmission and space available for a larger pan. PML cannot guarantee fitment and there is a restocking fee on returns.

    Skid Plates: This PML pan should work with skid plates. We have had installations of this pan on FJ Cruisers with RCI and with Ricochet skid plates. There was no interference. Always check clearance on your specific configuration.

    A761 Transmission: This PML A750 transmission pan probably may not fit the 6 speed A761 transmission, found on Lexus and 2009 and up Sequoia and Tundra. The filter and stock pans have different part numbers.

    • 2007 4Runner

    • 2014 FJ Cruiser
    • 2011 FJ Cruiser
    • 2010 FJ Cruiser
    • 2007 FJ Cruiser

    • 2015 Tacoma
    • 2012 Tacoma
    • 2006 Tacoma

    • 2006 Tundra

    2007 4Runner 4.0 4WD SR5

    Torrance Transmissions (310-378-9217) installed this PML transmission pan on a 2007 Toyota 4Runner. The skid plate was temporarily removed for swappping the pans. There was plenty of clearance even with the larger PML pan installed.

    2007 4Runner 4.0 4x4 SR5 2007 Toyota 4Runner   2007 4Runner stock A750 transmission pan Stock transmission pan, 2007 4Runner   PML and stock A750E, A705F transmission pans PML and stock pans for Toyota A750
    Filling PML A750 pan on a 2007 4Runner Filling pan with transmission fluid   Drain plug on PML A750 pan View of drain plug   PML A750 transmission pan installed on 2007 4Runner PML pan on 2007 4Runner, skid plate installed
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    Video on YouTube: Installation of PML A750 Pan on 2007 4Runner

    2014 FJ Cruiser 4.0 4WD

    Fred installed this PML transmission pan on his FJ Cruiser and was ready for his 2,000 mile trip.

    2014 FJC 4.0 4WD 2014 FJC   2014 FJC Stock Transmission Pan Stock transmission pan   Transmission on 2014 FJC Transmission
    Stock and PML transmission pans Comparing transmission pans   Installing PML pan bolts Installing bolts   Distance to frame from PML pan Clearance to frame   PML transmission pan installed on a 2014 FJC 2014 FJC with PML pan installed
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    2011 FJ Cruiser 4.0 4WD

    Gary installed this pan on his 2011 FJC with RCI skid plates. A WAT valve body was also installed on the transmission.

    2011
FJ Cruiser A750 stock transmission pan A750 Stock Transmission Pan 2011 FJ Cruiser   RCI
skidplate on 2011 FJ Cruiser Skid Plate   PML A750 transmission pan installed on 2011 FJ Cruiser PML transmission pan installed   Another view of PML pan on 2011 FJC Another view of PML pan
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    2010 FJ Cruiser 4.0 4WD

    Robert of Triad Holsters installed this pan on his 2010 FJC. His FJC has a Magnuson Supercharger, Wholesale Automatic Transmission, External Transmission Cooler, Torque Converter Lockup Module, and Nomad Valve Body.

    He remounted his Ricochet Skid Plates, with no interference.  

    Robert also made a neat video of his installation.

    2010 FJ Cruiser 4.0 4WD A750F Transmission 2010 FJ Cruiser   2010 FJ Cruiser stock transmission pan Stock pan   Draining transmission fluid on 2010 FJC Draining transmission fluid 2010 FJC   PML A750 pan on 2010 FJ Cruiser PML pan on 2010 FJ   Outside of PML pan and stock pan Comparing PML pan and stock pan   2010 FJ with PML transmission pan installed Another view of the PML pan on the FJ  
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    Here is Robert's report on the installation:

     The hex head bolts 6-1 that we measured to be 25mm were the appropriate size in all 20 holes.  However we met resistance while installing the pan in he side holes, not allowing for the bolts to be installed fully. We estimate that the bolts stopped at about 2mm short.  The reason for this was the threads at the top side of the transmission housing were corroded and would not easily allow for the bolts to pass through.  This was remedied by running a tap through each hole to clean to threads out fully, passing completely through.  The design of the holes on the side of the transmission housing are open at the top.  

    It was hard for us to properly estimate the additional amount of fluid required over OEM capacity due to the fact the FJ Cruiser is equipped with the external transmission cooler.  

    A Fel-pro TOS 18736 gasket was utilized for install, and Permatex Aviation Form-A-Gasket.  

    There was not interference between the pan and the chassis components, exhaust, or driveline.  

    The temperature sensor installed on the passenger side of the pan is far from the routing of the exhaust, and would definitely be the prefered side, due to the proximity of the front drive shaft.  

    2007 FJ Cruiser

    Ric installed this PML A750 transmission pan on his FJ Cruiser 4.0. The transmission valve body had burr that kept the PML pan from fitting correctly. After carefully deburring the valve body, everything fit perfectly.

    He drained about 4 quarts of fluid out and put in about 7.

    2007 FJ Cruiser 2007 FJ Cruiser   2007 FJ Cruiser stock transmission pan Stock transmission pan   A750 valve body casting burr, 2007 FJ Burr on valve body needed to be cleaned up   PML transmission pan installed on 2007 FJ Cruiser PML transmission pan installed
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    2015 Tacoma 4.0 V6 RWD Double Cab PreRunner

    Anthony found the installation straight forward and the PML pan very well built. He saw lower fluid temperatures in the transmission pan with the PML pan.

    Stock transmission pan 2015 Tacoma Stock transmission pan   old transmission fluid Old transmission fluid   Stock A750 and PML transmission pans PML and stock transmission pan
    2015 Tacoma 4.0 PreRunner 2015 Tacoma   Front clearance with PML pan installed Clearance with PML pan installed   Back clearance with PML pan installed Clearance at the back with PML pan installed   PML transmission pan installed on 2015 Tacoma PML pan installed on 2015 Tacoma
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    2012 Tacoma

    Aaron installed this PML pan on his 2012 Tacoma 4.0 4WD truck. He reported that the fitment was perfect.

    2012 Tacoma 4.0 4WD 2012 Tacoma   2012 Tacoma Stock Transmission Pan Stock Pan   PML transmission pan installed on a 2012 Tacoma PML Pan Installed
    Tools used for installing PML A750 transmission pan Tools Used During Installation   Putting in transmission fluid in a 2012 Tacoma Filling Transmission With Fluid   Transmission pan temperatures and depths Size of Pans and Temperatures Compared
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    2006 Tacoma

    Jonathan contacted us since the drain plug on his stock pan was rusted out. He reported that the PML pan "fit perfect". The side holes definitely need a tap ran thru them as they were all corroded towards the top. On some holes he added extra washers since the bolts were bottoming out.

    2006 Tacoma 4.0 2006 Tacoma   Bolt hole and tap Bolt hole needing a tap   PML A750 pan installed on 2006 Tacoma PML transmission pan installed   Clearance to frame to PML pan on 2006 Tacoma Clearance with PML pan
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    2006 Tundra

    Brian installed this PML transmission pan on his 2006 Tundra 4.7 4WD truck.He recommends using a long 5mm hex socket wrench, shown in 3rd picture below. He used Toyota WS transmission fluid and a WIX 51836 transmission filter kit with gasket. Filling was done through the upper fill hole with a funnel and tube. Brian had no clearance issues with the installation of this pan on his Tundra.

    2006 Toyota Tundra 4.7 4WD 2006 Tundra   Supplies for installation PML A750 pan Supplies   Wrench, bolts and pans for A750 pan swap Wrench, bolts and pans   2006 Tundra stock transmission pan 2006 Tundra stock transmission pan
    2006 Tundra A750 transmission and filter A750 transmission and filter   PML transmission pan on 2006 Tundra PML A750 pan on 2006 Tundra   Level check hole on PML A750 transmission pan Level check hole on PML pan   Drain on PML A750 transmission pan Drain
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    Inside of PML Transmission Pan

    PML A750 transmission pan, inside  Click on image to view larger.

    The level check hole is on the right/passenger side, which is the bottom of the picture. The drain is on the left/driver side.

    Drain, Fill/Level Check, and Optional Machining For Temperature Sending Unit

    Drain on PML A750 transmission pan Drain on PML A750 transmission pan   Level check/fill hole on PML A750 transmission pan Level check/fill on PML A750 transmission pan   location for temperature sending unit on PML A750 pan
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    Drain is on the left/driver side

    The PML level check hole is on the passenger/right side. On the PML pan, the level check hole is at the same location relative to the transmission as on the stock pan.

    There should be a fill hole on the main casing, no dip stick or fill tube, but the level check hole can also be used to fill.

    Optionally, this pan can be machined for a temperature sending unit.

    If you would like PML to drill and tap hole, the machining charge is per hole. A plug for the hole is included.

    The standard size is 1/8 NPT. Call or email if you need a different size.

    Filter and Gasket

    The PML A750 transmission pan works with the stock gasket and filter (not included). PML recommends a soft, flexible gasket, such as one made of fiber, paper, cork or cork composite material.

    A750 transmission and filter   stock transmission pan on a Tacoma
    Stock filter and transmission and stock pan. Click on image to view larger.

    PML Transmission Pan Compared to Stock Pan

    Height of PML A750 transmission pan compared to stock pan   Inside of PML A750 transmission pan compared to stock pan
    Comparing depth of stock pan and PML pan, Insides of stock pan and PML pan
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    Stock pan is about 3.9 inches deep and PML pan is about 5.4 inches deep.