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Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds (2005-2015)' started by markm0311, Mar 31, 2015.

  1. Mar 31, 2015 at 2:44 PM
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    markm0311

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  2. Mar 31, 2015 at 2:44 PM
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    I do a lot of my own maintenance like many other members here. I made this list of regular maintenance parts/notes for myself and others to use as a quick reference guide. Hopefully it comes in handy for someone. What you see below is what I personally use in my Tacoma.


    2013 Toyota Tacoma - Regular Cab - 4x4 - 2.7L

    Engine Oil: Mobil 1 Synthetic (0W-20)

    NOTE #1: The approximate quantity of oil needed to raise the level between low and full on the dipstick is indicated as follows: 2.7 L 4-cylinder (2TR-FE) engine: 1.4 qt.

    NOTE #2: 2.7 L 4-cylinder (2TR-FE) engine: 6.1 qt. *The engine oil capacity is a REFERENCE quantity to be used when exchanging. Warm up and turn off the engine, wait more than 5 minutes, and check the oil level on the dipstick. I use only 5.5 quarts with a filter change.

    Oil Filter: Toyota OEM Filter – Part #: 90915-YZZG2

    • Hand Tight

    Oil Drain Plug Gasket: FREE AT LOCAL DEALERSHIP

    • Drain Plug Torque Specification: 28 ft. lbs.

    Front Differential Oil: Mobil 1 75W-90

    • Fill Plug Torque Specification: 29 ft. lbs.
    • Drain Plug Torque Specification: 48 ft. lbs.

    Rear Differential Oil: Mobil 1 75W-90

    • Fill Plug Torque Specification: 36 ft. lbs.
    • Drain Plug Torque Specification: 36 ft. lbs.

    Transfer Case Oil: Mobil 1 75W-90

    • Fill Plug Torque Specification: 27 ft. lbs.
    • Drain Plug Torque Specification: 27 ft. lbs.

    Spark Plugs (4): Toyota OEM Spark Plugs – Part #: 90919-01266

    • Spark Plug Torque Specification: 13 ft.lbs.
    • Ignition Coil Bolt Torque Specification: 6.7 ft. lbs.

    Air Filter: Toyota OEM Filter – Part #: 17801-0C040

    Cabin Filter: Toyota OEM Filter – Part #: 87139-YZZ09

    Drive-line Grease: Lucas Red "N" Tack Grease
    • 4 Zerk fittings for RC Tacoma (One piece drive shaft)
    • 5 Zerk fitting for AC and DC Tacoma
     
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  3. May 17, 2016 at 11:56 AM
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    Steering Wheel Controls & Cruise Control

    I decided I wanted the radio/bluetooth/hands-free controls for my steering wheel and cruise control. Here is a detailed list of the parts I needed. Hopefully someone with a regular cab (2012+) can find this useful.
    Steering Wheel Controls (Black): QTY (1)
    • Part #: 84250-04040-C0 (Steering Pad)
    • PRICE: $97.82
    Bolts and Washers for mounting cruise control stalk: QTY (2)
    • Part #: 90080-15079 (Screw, W/Washer)
    • PRICE: $0.59 (x2)
    Wire (cable) from cruise control stalk to spiral cable: QTY (1)
    • Part #: 84633-0E020 (Wire, Cruise Switch)
    • PRICE: $12.12
    Cruise control stalk: QTY (1)
    Cruise control cover plate for side of steering wheel: QTY (1)
    • Part #: 45186-04030-B0 (Cover, Steering Wheel)
    • PRICE: $3.65
    Spiral Cable: QTY (1)

    NOTE: Here is a fantastic write-up done by one of the members here. Write-up by "weldo"

    NOTE: Following the above write-up for our regular cabs is exactly the same except you won't have to de-pin any connectors (Assuming your regular cab has no cruise control installed from the factory - which it shouldn't). It is all simply plug and play.




     
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  4. Jun 20, 2016 at 4:53 PM
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  5. Jun 21, 2016 at 9:27 AM
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  6. Jul 9, 2016 at 6:34 AM
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    TinyTech626

    TinyTech626 reverses st. signs & steals everyone's left shoe

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    Stuff. Things.
    So wait. Those aren't metal bed rails?
    (forgive me I didn't have coffee this morning)

    Did you get new metal ones made or just do the line-x spray where the plastic was?
     
  7. Jul 9, 2016 at 10:26 AM
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    how much was the linex
     
  8. Dec 28, 2016 at 4:56 PM
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    Not yet.
    Really liking your build. I have the same model expect different color. I am looking into doing the Steering Wheel Controls & Cruise Control mods. How did it work out for you? Do all the controls work or did you have to do some additional wiring to make them all work?
     
  9. Dec 29, 2016 at 6:45 AM
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    So I bought all the parts listed and installed them a few weeks ago. I didn't test to see if my truck was pre-wired for either the cruise or steering wheel controls so I just "went for it". I found out it wasn't pre-wired after it was all said and done because nothing worked. I still have to get get in contact with Rostra and ********* to get everything completed and working. Unfortunately, I like to skip around from project to project so nothing ever gets done lol. I'll update the parts list and add pictures once everything is completed and working.
     

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