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Old 02-12-2020, 08:03 AM #1
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Help needed Transmission Filter Part#

has anyone else had issues narrowing down this part#?

99 sr5 seems to have 2 or even 3 possible part numbers for this?

35330-60020

35330-60030

35330-30011

also we need to order gaskets separately it seems?

I have a new oem rad on order and figure I should do tran filter and flush at same time, appreciate any help.
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just noticing part # on Tims video, when on my tablet at home I didn't see his list. since most sites seem to approve his part# for mine I'm gonna use same one...

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The auto-trans are all the same for all 3rd gen 4runners, I've personally used that part number in my '99 so that's an appropriate item.

As for the gasket, Toyota uses Form In Place Gasket (FPIG) for the transmission pan. There's a cork (I think, might be rubber) alternative out there through one of the auto-parts stores. Lots of people on here have reported no issues with them, but a few have said they had issues (weeping, pan deformation around the bolt holes, don't remember what else).

Personally I opted for FIPG before going in. In hindsight, I'm happy with that choice as I'll never drop the transmission pan again. The original filter at 200k miles looked fine, there was next to no schmoo on the magnets, and I've installed a MagnaFine inline filter that will be easier to change (and probably more effective as a filter). Personal choice.
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thanks for reply, yes I agree ill probably go with FIPG also as I don't think ill ever drop pan again, fingers crossed!! and I will add an inline filter sometime soon, just not on current parts order...

did the filter gaskets come with the filter though?
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did the filter gaskets come with the filter though?
It's one piece, ready to install out of the box ~ so, yes.
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The auto-trans are all the same for all 3rd gen 4runners, I've personally used that part number in my '99 so that's an appropriate item.
Watch out with that comment. The 2WD trans pan (and filter) is different than the 4WD pan. The main body of the transmission is the same generally year-for-year other than the output configuration (rear housing, output shaft, etc.)

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Watch out with that comment. The 2WD trans pan (and filter) is different than the 4WD pan. The main body of the transmission is the same generally year-for-year other than the output configuration (rear housing, output shaft, etc.)

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I agree..... That I know of there are 3 different filters. I've personally had the 3 hole one in hand and then realized the tranny used a 2 hole one mid job.

35330-35020 Strainer
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35330-60030 Strainer
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perhaps I should've specified 3.4 4wd, got a lil lacksie daisy there...

thank you for input gents!
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When I did mine NAPA had 2 different filters listed for the 4WD so I bought both then took one back. I used to cork gasket that came with it and have had no leaks, they say to retorque it in a couple weeks as it may settle.
I did the flush, added an inline filter, and aux cooler as well. For ~$100 it's a cheap upgrade.
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TOYOTA 35330-60030 Strainer Assy

TOYOTA 35178-30010 Gasket - drain plug

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Thought I should post this.info.

So I ordered part # 35330-60030 online from Bommarito Toyota which forced me to enter VIN (normally optional) they wouldn't NOT process the order citing I needed part # 35330-60020. They called and.emailed me following day.

Not wanting to take only their word for it,.I want.to my local dealer, gave them my VIN and got same answer, 35330-60020

1999 SR5 4WD 3.4V6 AT. Truck is stock and unmolested. Haven't done.job yet but if I have any issues I'll post back here for anyone referencing in future.

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Thought I should post this.info.

So I ordered part # 35330-60030 online from Bommarito Toyota which forced me to enter VIN (normally optional) they wouldn't NOT process the order citing I needed part # 35330-60020. They called and.emailed me following day.

Not wanting to take only their word for it,.I want.to my local dealer, gave them my VIN and got same answer, 35330-60020

1999 SR5 4WD 3.4V6 AT. Truck is stock and unmolested. Haven't done.job yet but if I have any issues I'll post back here for anyone referencing in future.

Please let us know what you find out. I just got back from my local Toyota dealer and ALSO recieved the 60020 unit for my 2000 SR5 4x4.

They swore up and down it was correct based on my VIN despite me suggesting the 60030 unit.

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Yep I will for sure, legit probably won't be for a few wks still cold here and this is a driveway job for me and I'm using the Toyota FIPG so need warmer temps.

Knowing 2 dealers said same for me, one in U.S. one here in Cda and same for yourself, they're prolly right lol.

My local dealership here for anyone.interested quoted me 150.00 cdn, about 120.00 USD.
By ordering from U.S. I'll end up paying approx 56 cdn a savings of 115 cdn after taxes...
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I got mine here
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Will open it up this Sunday, let's cross our fingers


I also verified here
Strainer - Toyota (35330-60030) | Toyota Parts

Which also shows 35330-60020 as appropriate

Could 30 be an updated part?

If Tim used 30, im inclined to trust it

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