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Old 04-24-2019, 03:23 PM #16
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Yeah thank you for that. I just thought I need 12 bolts per cover, but it looks like there are multiply different styles I need for the 2005 V6.
Stick your VIN in here and search to your hearts content: http://japan-parts.eu/toyota/
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I have never change the valve cover gasket just tighten the bolts everytime i change the spark plugs. 220000 mile and the valve cover is still holding up.
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I have never change the valve cover gasket just tighten the bolts everytime i change the spark plugs. 220000 mile and the valve cover is still holding up.
Mine has a leak on the passenger side, and its coming from the area where you're supposed to add sealant to it. So I might as well do them both while I'm in there.
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Hopefully this is my last question, Ive looked at the diagram on japan-parts and I can't seem to locate the bolt that holds coils to the Valve Cover. I see the 3 that hold the valve cover to the block 91551-80660. Would anybody know what those 3 are for each coil?

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Hopefully this is my last question, Ive looked at the diagram on japan-parts and I can't seem to locate the bolt that holds coils to the Valve Cover. I see the 3 that hold the valve cover to the block 91551-80660. Would anybody know what those 3 are for each coil?

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Thank you so much. I should have just searched for coil pack.
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Hate to bring up an older thread, but was anybody able to find this bolt? Doing my valve covers and need to replace one of these bolts and my local dealership is claiming that no dealership has this bolt any longer as its discontinued. I see camelback has it, but I'd rather not pay $20 for an 80 cent bolt.

Anybody happen to know what size it is so I can pick one up from a hardware store?
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Hate to bring up an older thread, but was anybody able to find this bolt? Doing my valve covers and need to replace one of these bolts and my local dealership is claiming that no dealership has this bolt any longer as its discontinued. I see camelback has it, but I'd rather not pay $20 for an 80 cent bolt.

Anybody happen to know what size it is so I can pick one up from a hardware store?
Just pull one bolt out, go to Lowes bolt dept, screw it into the tread gauge. That will tell you what size it is.
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Hate to bring up an older thread, but was anybody able to find this bolt? Doing my valve covers and need to replace one of these bolts and my local dealership is claiming that no dealership has this bolt any longer as its discontinued. I see camelback has it, but I'd rather not pay $20 for an 80 cent bolt.

Anybody happen to know what size it is so I can pick one up from a hardware store?
Josh- I have an extra OEM VC bolt that's all yours. Just cover shipping.
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Sure I'll take it just because I like OEM. If anyone else ever needs one; I took another bolt to HD and it was an M6 flanged bolt.
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I took another bolt to HD and it was an M6 flanged bolt.
Sorry for reviving an old thread, could not find a more recent discussion on valve cover bolt size:

@blarblarjosh (or anyone), do you happen to recall the thread pitch of the M6 bolts you purchased?
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Sorry for reviving an old thread, could not find a more recent discussion on valve cover bolt size:

@blarblarjosh (or anyone), do you happen to recall the thread pitch of the M6 bolts you purchased?
Sorry it's been a long time since I did this. Wish I could help more than saying just grab one of your bolts and run over to your local hardware store and test it.
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