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Old 01-23-2014, 10:05 AM   #781
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Get a silver sharpie and write the date/miles/oil brand on the new filter
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Hey can anyone verify if i bought the correct filter.... I saw some many different part # filter for our truck....

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90915-YZZD1
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Old 02-19-2014, 12:10 PM   #783
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Get a silver sharpie and write the date/miles/oil brand on the new filter
That is how i discovered the local oil change shop didn't replace the filter in my wife's car. I've been doing it myself ever since.
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Hey can anyone verify if i bought the correct filter.... I saw some many different part # filter for our truck....

2013 V6 engine
90915-YZZD1
The YZZD1 is for the 2.7L. You got the wrong one. YZZD3 is for the V6.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tec...ml#post7281538
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The country where I live got temperature that never goes under 20 degrees Celsius but can go to 35 degrees Celsius. Should I use Mobil 1 5w40 or 5w30?
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Old 03-16-2014, 02:23 PM   #786
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The country where I live got temperature that never goes under 20 degrees Celsius but can go to 35 degrees Celsius. Should I use Mobil 1 5w40 or 5w30?
That's not very hot at all. Gets much warmer than that here in Texas in the summer. I use 5w-30 all year round. I wouldn't worry about changing from the recommended 5w-30.
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Toyota has updated their oil filter part number for their 2014 v-6. The part number is 90915-20004. I did put the OEM oil filter, part number 90915-YZZD3 on after measuring it with calipers and physically their the same. I did not however take it apart and check the bypass valve.

Just trying to spread the knowledge....
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:26 AM   #788
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Toyota has updated their oil filter part number for their 2014 v-6. The part number is 90915-20004. I did put the OEM oil filter, part number 90915-YZZD3 on after measuring it with calipers and physically their the same. I did not however take it apart and check the bypass valve.

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Is the origin of manufacture the same?
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Is the origin of manufacture the same?
Yes. Everything was identical on the box and on the filter. The only difference was a slight change on the graphics of the oil filter box and the part number.

I have since driven 35-40 miles since my oil change this morning. I have no oil leaking from the pan or the filter mounting bracket and the level is unchanged. No visible or auditory indication that anything was different. When I started the truck afterwards the oil light went out within 1-2 seconds and it's running fine.

I hit the 800 mile mark on my Taco so I switched to synthetic. Mobil 1 5W-30.
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Toyota has updated their oil filter part number for their 2014 v-6. The part number is 90915-20004. I did put the OEM oil filter, part number 90915-YZZD3 on after measuring it with calipers and physically their the same. I did not however take it apart and check the bypass valve.

Just trying to spread the knowledge....
That is not a new part number, that's the part number of the filter that comes on the 4.0L V6 from the factory. Don't know if they've been on there since 2005 but I know that filter has been around for a while, my 2012 came with it. Been using YZZD3 ever since my first oil change though. The 20004s are kind of hard to find I believe.

One thread of many I found using google: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...5-20004-a.html
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Does anyone have trouble ACCURATELY reading the dipstick level?
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Does anyone have trouble ACCURATELY reading the dipstick level?
Take the dipstick out, wait ten minutes, then check. Otherwise, its tough to tell.
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Take the dipstick out, wait ten minutes, then check. Otherwise, its tough to tell.
These are the toughest dipsticks to read a true level on that I have used. I will try your suggestion, thanks.
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What can I do for my 4.0 when pulling the drain plug to keep it from being so forceful. Mine hits the pan and bounces right out for the first few seconds??
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Just used this guide yesterday for my 2014's v6 first oil change. Couple things . 4ft of line is probably enough for the filter drain, my truck did not come with the 90915-YZZD3 off the assembly line so the dealers 90915-YZZD3 filter wrench did not fit to remove. Nothing a big pair of channel locks couldn't handle though. The dipstick is hard to read at first even worse than the 2.7L . Thought for one minute I did the notorious trans drain lol.
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What can I do for my 4.0 when pulling the drain plug to keep it from being so forceful. Mine hits the pan and bounces right out for the first few seconds??
get a fumoto valve - just turn the lever
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What can I do for my 4.0 when pulling the drain plug to keep it from being so forceful. Mine hits the pan and bounces right out for the first few seconds??
That's a good thing. Fast flow helps to flush solid metal particles out of the engine oil pan.

Use a taller pan like this one: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/accessories/FloTool-5-gal-oil-drain/_/N-25yj?itemIdentifier=134895&_requestid=2496257



Put a splatter pad in the pan if it isn't enough: http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/detail/LIS0/38780/N0027.oap

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