Nope, product specific. You will have to replace with the same as it has computer controls.
What issue are you having?
August, 9, 2012 AT 11:14 AM
There are others that might fit but you need the model code for trans to match.
August, 9, 2012 AT 11:19 AM
First my car would shake when it was in reverse. And this happened before. I took my car to the toyota dealership to fix the shift solenids. That cost a crap load of money. And now it is doing the same stuff again! But the other day it wouldn't go when it was in drive. Instead of having a hard time shifting from second to third. It wouldn't go into first gear. Its an automatic. I just want to fix it so I don't have to worry about having this problem again. Because I just spent all of that money back in March!
August, 9, 2012 AT 11:30 AM
Most likely will have to be removed and re built. Check around for estimates. They will vary. Dealer will be the highest, look at major chains for a bid as well.
August, 9, 2012 AT 11:44 AM
A rebuild would be a better option than replacing with a used unit. It should give you a few troubleless years.