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Old 11-13-2011, 09:35 PM   #1
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1st gen OEM oil filter #???

sorry if i missed it but ive been looking for about an hour for the part # of the toyota oil filter for a 1st gen (1999). i herd they are about the best oil filter and i just need the filter # so i can buy a case of them from ebay. thanks
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sorry if i missed it but ive been looking for about an hour for the part # of the toyota oil filter for a 1st gen (1999). i herd they are about the best oil filter and i just need the filter # so i can buy a case of them from ebay. thanks
what engine?
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Old 11-13-2011, 09:42 PM   #3
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oh hahaha my bad. 3.4l v6
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Old 11-13-2011, 09:46 PM   #4
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90915-YZZB9 - Made in Japan. Replaces 90915-20003, which was discontinued. The best filter of them all, but it's also the most expensive, so most U.S. dealers don't stock it.

90915-YZZD1 - Made in Thailand. It's second to the one made in Japan, but it's usually the least expensive. Going rate for it is $5 - $6 at dealers, or $4 - $5 on the Internet. This is the one that most dealers carry.

90915-YZZG1 or 08922-02011 - Made in U.S.A. The cheapest-made version. The gasket isn't even pre-oiled. Dealers that stock this one charge more than dealers that stock the Thailand filter!

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thanks man!!! so 90915-YZZD1 is my best bet for my 3.4l?
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Old 11-13-2011, 10:00 PM   #8
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went out and checked mine i have 08922-02011 mine is made in the usa.

either one will work for ya.
thanks for going the extra mile to help me out!!!
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I prefer to use 90915-YZZD3 filters. Pre-oiled and larger capacity.
larger capacity= more oil right? how many quarts do u use?
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Old 11-13-2011, 10:06 PM   #11
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hey those 90915-YZZD1 say that fit 05 and up? will they fit 99?
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It's a slightly taller filter, designed for (among other things) 2nd Gen Tacomas' 4.0L engines. They work equally well on the 3.4L. I think I end up using about an extra 1/2 quart of oil due to the filter's increased height, so it's not a big deal. I figure a few extra square inches of filter media are a good things...
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sounds good ^^^ thanks again! this is kinda off subject but does anyone have an extra 1st gen3.4l ( maybe even a 1999) tacoma owner manual?
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hahaha i have alot of things too learn ^^^ props to you!!!
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90915-YZZD1 or 90915-YZZD3?

I went to the toyota owners website, looked up filter and recommended my my 1995 v6 to use the D1. Can I use the D3? I can get the D3 for $6.
Please advise. I've been using crap fram for 186K miles...hehehe maybe not crap....
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I went to the toyota owners website, looked up filter and recommended my my 1995 v6 to use the D1. Can I use the D3? I can get the D3 for $6.
Please advise. I've been using crap fram for 186K miles...hehehe maybe not crap....
The D3 works perfectly. The D1 and D3 are phsically identical, but the D3 is slightly longer. They have the same diameter and the same thread pitch. I've got a D3 on my truck as we speak and a case in the garage.
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The D3 works perfectly. The D1 and D3 are phsically identical, but the D3 is slightly longer. They have the same diameter and the same thread pitch. I've got a D3 on my truck as we speak and a case in the garage.
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I noticed that my mechanic put on a D3 when I brought my truck in for a 30K service. Its longer than than the D1, which is what I use when I change my own oil. More filter area isn't a bad thing.

What sucks is I picked up a case of 10 D1's just prior to discovering the D3. But they were only $3.49 each so I guess I can live with the D1's. LOL
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