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Oil Changes and Grease Fittings

Discussion in 'Toyota Trucks & SUVs' started by TryingTacoma, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. TryingTacoma

    TryingTacoma [OP] Member

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    Two questions.

    2010 Access Cab 2wd 4cyl Auto.

    1. Have had two oil changes so far. The first dealer used the listed 90915-yzzd1 (4 cyl) filter and the second dealer used the 90915-yzzd3 (6 cyl) filter. Truck is fine, but any issues or preference to consider?

    2. I do not see any driveshaft grease fittings. Am I missing something? (Other threads indicate driveshaft grease fittings on other, earlier models.)

    Thanks.
     
  2. bakerla

    bakerla Man, Myth, Legend

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    2wd doesn't have the grease fittings on the drive shaft, only 4wd.
     
  3. 98tacoma27

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    Only difference is the height. The YZZD3 has more filter material.
     
  4. Devildoc

    Devildoc Well-Known Member

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    YZZD3 is for our truck, same filter when it came brand new.
     
  5. TryingTacoma

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    This is good news. The larger filter is the way to go and I can put away my grease gun.

    Thanks to all for the information.
     
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