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Oil filter.

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by tacotruck93, Sep 26, 2018.

  1. Sep 26, 2018 at 3:46 PM
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    I can't remember the parts # from the filters I always get at the stealer, but according to Amazon, the YZZD1 does not fit your truck. The YZZD1 is for the 2.7l
     
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    Okay well. It's on my truck now haha. So should I go get the D3 or should it be fine for a little ?
     
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    The filter will fit but the 1 is what my 2.7 uses. I change often so the smaller filter is ok. If I were running higher miles between oil changes I’d run the 3.
    Size is the only difference I think.
    Maybe bypass pressure pretty sure I’m not sure about that.
     
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    Alright I'll be good then I only go 3-5k between changes. But I just don't see how they look my name up and still keep messing up the filter I mean he even asked what size motor to make sure. I guess I need to double check everything they give me.
     
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    Yes don’t trust your dealer!
    Buy your own stuff and do as much of your own maintenance as you feel comfortable!
    Tacoma world and you tube have been huge in me knowing and maintaining my ride!
     
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    For sure I've done everything I can. I'm a cheap ass I swapped my motor in my Civic. I just figured that the parts manager knew what the hell he was talking about .
     
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    D1 will work fine, but its not correct. We used to put D3's on models that used D1's to improve filtering, but never the reverse.
     
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    just like F1's on corollas when your stubborn parts department doesnt want to order more F2's each week :mad:

    But yah bottom line is D1 will work, just make sure you get D3's from now on
     
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  11. Sep 26, 2018 at 4:21 PM
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    The larger has more filter material and volume... as recommended for this engine by the Toyota engineers.
    It should be fine but... if you want to be technically accurate I would change it sooner than you normally would the stock size.
     

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