User Tag List

Reply
 
Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes
Old 07-29-2021, 10:11 AM #1
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
Fumoto drain valve for the transmission pan

Does anyone have one of these cool valves for their transmission oil pan? I have this one for the engine oil pan and love it. I'm thinking it's the same thread M12 x 1.25 but wanted to be sure before ordering.

Thanks.
__________________
2003 Sport V8 Icon 2" rear, Bilstein 6112 front with 700# king springs, Gibson cat back, Magnaflow cross pipe. OBA, DIY sliders, etc
1996 FZJ80 with whole bunch of stuff!
alia176 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-29-2021, 12:38 PM #2
blkexp98 blkexp98 is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Florence, SC
Age: 40
Posts: 259
blkexp98 is on a distinguished road
blkexp98 blkexp98 is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Florence, SC
Age: 40
Posts: 259
blkexp98 is on a distinguished road
I'm no expert by any means but I think I would rather keep the plug vs the valve on the transmission. While I do like my fumoto valve for engine oil changes the transmission fluid just isn't changed often enough to warrant it.

With that said there was a site up that had all the service documents. It wasn't the download site with the broken link but basically an index and you can navigate to whatever your looking for.

Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
__________________
2007 Limited 4Runner
4x4 V8
blkexp98 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-29-2021, 12:46 PM #3
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
Thanks for the input. I measured the drain bolt and it's M10 x 1.5 and Fumoto doesn't have this size. Bummer but that answers that!

I drain/fill my tranny on every oil change and having the RCI skid plate can make things a little messy at times. Vehicle is at 375xxx miles and going strong w/o any tranny issues. I do tow trailers regularly so it's a piece of mind to have partially fresh ATF in the tranny.
__________________
2003 Sport V8 Icon 2" rear, Bilstein 6112 front with 700# king springs, Gibson cat back, Magnaflow cross pipe. OBA, DIY sliders, etc
1996 FZJ80 with whole bunch of stuff!

Last edited by alia176; 07-29-2021 at 12:50 PM.
alia176 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-29-2021, 12:50 PM #4
y=mx+b's Avatar
y=mx+b y=mx+b is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posts: 830
y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold
y=mx+b y=mx+b is offline
Member
y=mx+b's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posts: 830
y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold
Quote:
Originally Posted by alia176 View Post
Thanks for the input. I measured the drain bolt and it's M10 x 1.5.

I do drain/fill my tranny on every oil change and having the RCI skid plate can make things a little messy at times.
Why do you drain and fill the transmission with every oil change? Are you putting it in trans temp check mode every time?

With the transmission not being so close to combustion like engine oil, it can go quite a bit longer between changes.
y=mx+b is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-29-2021, 12:51 PM #5
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
Quote:
Originally Posted by y=mx+b View Post
Why do you drain and fill the transmission with every oil change? Are you putting it in trans temp check mode every time?

With the transmission not being so close to combustion like engine oil, it can go quite a bit longer between changes.

Trans check mode? Mine is an '03 so I have an open tranny with a dipstick, if that helps.

See above for the second part of your question.
__________________
2003 Sport V8 Icon 2" rear, Bilstein 6112 front with 700# king springs, Gibson cat back, Magnaflow cross pipe. OBA, DIY sliders, etc
1996 FZJ80 with whole bunch of stuff!
alia176 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-29-2021, 12:58 PM #6
y=mx+b's Avatar
y=mx+b y=mx+b is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posts: 830
y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold
y=mx+b y=mx+b is offline
Member
y=mx+b's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posts: 830
y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold
Quote:
Originally Posted by alia176 View Post
Trans check mode? Mine is an '03 so I have an open tranny with a dipstick, if that helps.

See above for the second part of your question.
Trans temp check mode is for the transmissions without dipstick, so wouldn't apply to you then. After draining and slightly overfilling the transmission, it gets the transmission to a specific temperature when you pull and overflow plug and drain off the extra. Essentially you have to do this shift pattern in a specific manner and timing to get it to go into the mode, almost like a video game cheat code lol
y=mx+b is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-29-2021, 01:06 PM #7
montijo505's Avatar
montijo505 montijo505 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: May 2014
Location: Rio Rancho, New Mexico
Posts: 2,039
montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of
montijo505 montijo505 is offline
Senior Member
montijo505's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2014
Location: Rio Rancho, New Mexico
Posts: 2,039
montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of montijo505 has much to be proud of
Quote:
Originally Posted by alia176 View Post
Thanks for the input. I measured the drain bolt and it's M10 x 1.5 and Fumoto doesn't have this size. Bummer but that answers that!

I drain/fill my tranny on every oil change and having the RCI skid plate can make things a little messy at times. Vehicle is at 375xxx miles and going strong w/o any tranny issues. I do tow trailers regularly so it's a piece of mind to have partially fresh ATF in the tranny.

You ever replace all of the fluid using the lines going to the radiator? You could do that and change most of the 12 quarts or whatever it holds instead of doing it every oil change. Ill try to find the write up.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
montijo505 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-29-2021, 01:54 PM #8
y=mx+b's Avatar
y=mx+b y=mx+b is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posts: 830
y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold
y=mx+b y=mx+b is offline
Member
y=mx+b's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posts: 830
y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold
Quote:
Originally Posted by montijo505 View Post
You ever replace all of the fluid using the lines going to the radiator? You could do that and change most of the 12 quarts or whatever it holds instead of doing it every oil change. Ill try to find the write up.
ATF Exchange (using the cooling line) - Toyota 4Runner Forum - Largest 4Runner Forum
y=mx+b is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-30-2021, 09:31 AM #9
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
Quote:
Originally Posted by montijo505 View Post
You ever replace all of the fluid using the lines going to the radiator? You could do that and change most of the 12 quarts or whatever it holds instead of doing it every oil change. I’ll try to find the write up.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
No I don't and that's on purpose. I'd rather drain/refill vs completely swapping the ATF in order to NOT shock the transmission. If I had owned this rig since brand new, I'd have done complete empty/refill. I do this on all of my vehicles, including the DDs so that the ATF stay's clean-ish while still letting some of the brake/clutch band material float around in there.

I realize this is a highly debated topic - complete flush or drain/refill but this has been working out well for me for decades so I just continue on. Let's see this rig has 370k, which is the highest mileage on my driveway. Others all have 250k+ on them and no issues, knock on wood.

On a side note, my 1990 Benz has the ability to drain the torque converter, as well as the transmission pan so that one gets a complete drain/refill every few years. I wish all vehicles had this feature.

I always measure what comes out and put back in the same exact amount, which tends to be nearly one gallon of ATF out of all of my vehicles.

What folks don't realize is that when we're doing a fair amount of 4low grunt work, this REALLY heats up that transmission fluid. IMHO, you can't really hurt the tranny by doing too much drain/refills. Transmissions LOVE fresh ATF that is crimson pink with a sweet odor.

Those of us who are running larger than stock tires and DIDN'T regear, you should be doing frequent drain/refills as well. Due to the lack of proper gearing, you're pressing harder on that gas pedal in order to get those giant meats rolling. This translates to more effort on your transmissions.

Another side note, if you have a scanguage, look up the PID code and program that into your unit and watch that tranny temps. You'd be amazed at how quickly that ATF temp goes up and then goes back down. I tow a LOT so it's good for me to know that temp, although I don't live by it or anything. Just curious on how hot the tranny gets while towing up a steep trail in 4low vs 4hi. Even though the V8 has no issues towing my 2500# offroad camper, doing it 4low is so much better for the ATF because the fluid moves through the ATF cooler much faster. I have dinky tires so that helps out a lot in this regard.

Thank you for the link BTW @y=mx+b
__________________
2003 Sport V8 Icon 2" rear, Bilstein 6112 front with 700# king springs, Gibson cat back, Magnaflow cross pipe. OBA, DIY sliders, etc
1996 FZJ80 with whole bunch of stuff!

Last edited by alia176; 07-30-2021 at 09:37 AM.
alia176 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-30-2021, 10:49 AM #10
MacRendar's Avatar
MacRendar MacRendar is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Jun 2021
Location: North Carolina
Posts: 38
MacRendar is on a distinguished road
MacRendar MacRendar is offline
Member
MacRendar's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2021
Location: North Carolina
Posts: 38
MacRendar is on a distinguished road
Quote:
Originally Posted by y=mx+b View Post
Trans temp check mode is for the transmissions without dipstick, so wouldn't apply to you then. After draining and slightly overfilling the transmission, it gets the transmission to a specific temperature when you pull and overflow plug and drain off the extra. Essentially you have to do this shift pattern in a specific manner and timing to get it to go into the mode, almost like a video game cheat code lol
I am very surprised that you're still doing this manually. It's incredibly easy and cheap to monitor the exact temperature directly using any Windows/Android/Apple device with WiFi capability and a free app with this super cheap obd reader off Amazon. Works great, and doesn't trigger a zero point calibration on our 4th gens like some scan tools do.

Amazon.com: Veepeak Mini WiFi OBD2 Scanner for iOS and Android, Car OBD II Check Engine Light Diagnostic Code Reader Scan Tool Supports Torque Pro, OBD Fusion, Car Scanner App: Automotive

This is the exact one I have. I had to try a few apps to find one that worked right with the truck and unlocked all the sensors. on Android, the Car Scanner app using the setting Toyota - "OBD-II / EOBD K-Line/KWP + extra sensors".

I keep the dongle in my glove box, and have thrown it on there to have the wife connect and check my trans temp after long drives and hauls up inclines. I've never seen it rise above 175F, even after hauling ass up a mountain at 55 for 10 minutes in 95 degree weather.
MacRendar is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-30-2021, 11:48 AM #11
y=mx+b's Avatar
y=mx+b y=mx+b is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posts: 830
y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold
y=mx+b y=mx+b is offline
Member
y=mx+b's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posts: 830
y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold y=mx+b is a splendid one to behold
Quote:
Originally Posted by MacRendar View Post
I am very surprised that you're still doing this manually. It's incredibly easy and cheap to monitor the exact temperature directly using any Windows/Android/Apple device with WiFi capability and a free app with this super cheap obd reader off Amazon. Works great, and doesn't trigger a zero point calibration on our 4th gens like some scan tools do.

Amazon.com: Veepeak Mini WiFi OBD2 Scanner for iOS and Android, Car OBD II Check Engine Light Diagnostic Code Reader Scan Tool Supports Torque Pro, OBD Fusion, Car Scanner App: Automotive

This is the exact one I have. I had to try a few apps to find one that worked right with the truck and unlocked all the sensors. on Android, the Car Scanner app using the setting Toyota - "OBD-II / EOBD K-Line/KWP + extra sensors".

I keep the dongle in my glove box, and have thrown it on there to have the wife connect and check my trans temp after long drives and hauls up inclines. I've never seen it rise above 175F, even after hauling ass up a mountain at 55 for 10 minutes in 95 degree weather.
Yep I've got a bluetooth one to use with torque pro and also an ultragauge, but I guess I like doing it the archaic way lol. I mostly brought it up because I see a lot of people just drain out x amount and put x amount back in without doing the level check, which could be over or underfilled if the original level wasn't correct

Do you have the v8 with the trans cooler? going up big hills, my v6 without cooler would be in the 195-205 range in 90ish ambient so I added a cooler
y=mx+b is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-30-2021, 11:55 AM #12
thennen's Avatar
thennen thennen is online now
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: Ohio
Posts: 1,519
thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold
thennen thennen is online now
Senior Member
thennen's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: Ohio
Posts: 1,519
thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold thennen is a splendid one to behold
Quote:
Originally Posted by alia176 View Post
No I don't and that's on purpose. I'd rather drain/refill vs completely swapping the ATF in order to NOT shock the transmission. If I had owned this rig since brand new, I'd have done complete empty/refill. I do this on all of my vehicles, including the DDs so that the ATF stay's clean-ish while still letting some of the brake/clutch band material float around in there.

I realize this is a highly debated topic - complete flush or drain/refill but this has been working out well for me for decades so I just continue on. Let's see this rig has 370k, which is the highest mileage on my driveway. Others all have 250k+ on them and no issues, knock on wood.

On a side note, my 1990 Benz has the ability to drain the torque converter, as well as the transmission pan so that one gets a complete drain/refill every few years. I wish all vehicles had this feature.

I always measure what comes out and put back in the same exact amount, which tends to be nearly one gallon of ATF out of all of my vehicles.

What folks don't realize is that when we're doing a fair amount of 4low grunt work, this REALLY heats up that transmission fluid. IMHO, you can't really hurt the tranny by doing too much drain/refills. Transmissions LOVE fresh ATF that is crimson pink with a sweet odor.

Those of us who are running larger than stock tires and DIDN'T regear, you should be doing frequent drain/refills as well. Due to the lack of proper gearing, you're pressing harder on that gas pedal in order to get those giant meats rolling. This translates to more effort on your transmissions.

Another side note, if you have a scanguage, look up the PID code and program that into your unit and watch that tranny temps. You'd be amazed at how quickly that ATF temp goes up and then goes back down. I tow a LOT so it's good for me to know that temp, although I don't live by it or anything. Just curious on how hot the tranny gets while towing up a steep trail in 4low vs 4hi. Even though the V8 has no issues towing my 2500# offroad camper, doing it 4low is so much better for the ATF because the fluid moves through the ATF cooler much faster. I have dinky tires so that helps out a lot in this regard.

Thank you for the link BTW @y=mx+b
Interesting.
thennen is online now   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-30-2021, 01:56 PM #13
phatcheeks's Avatar
phatcheeks phatcheeks is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Jun 2019
Location: Bay Area
Posts: 312
phatcheeks has a spectacular aura about phatcheeks has a spectacular aura about phatcheeks has a spectacular aura about
phatcheeks phatcheeks is offline
Member
phatcheeks's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2019
Location: Bay Area
Posts: 312
phatcheeks has a spectacular aura about phatcheeks has a spectacular aura about phatcheeks has a spectacular aura about
Quote:
Originally Posted by alia176 View Post
No I don't and that's on purpose. I'd rather drain/refill vs completely swapping the ATF in order to NOT shock the transmission. If I had owned this rig since brand new, I'd have done complete empty/refill. I do this on all of my vehicles, including the DDs so that the ATF stay's clean-ish while still letting some of the brake/clutch band material float around in there.

I realize this is a highly debated topic - complete flush or drain/refill but this has been working out well for me for decades so I just continue on. Let's see this rig has 370k, which is the highest mileage on my driveway. Others all have 250k+ on them and no issues, knock on wood.

On a side note, my 1990 Benz has the ability to drain the torque converter, as well as the transmission pan so that one gets a complete drain/refill every few years. I wish all vehicles had this feature.

I always measure what comes out and put back in the same exact amount, which tends to be nearly one gallon of ATF out of all of my vehicles.

What folks don't realize is that when we're doing a fair amount of 4low grunt work, this REALLY heats up that transmission fluid. IMHO, you can't really hurt the tranny by doing too much drain/refills. Transmissions LOVE fresh ATF that is crimson pink with a sweet odor.

Those of us who are running larger than stock tires and DIDN'T regear, you should be doing frequent drain/refills as well. Due to the lack of proper gearing, you're pressing harder on that gas pedal in order to get those giant meats rolling. This translates to more effort on your transmissions.

Another side note, if you have a scanguage, look up the PID code and program that into your unit and watch that tranny temps. You'd be amazed at how quickly that ATF temp goes up and then goes back down. I tow a LOT so it's good for me to know that temp, although I don't live by it or anything. Just curious on how hot the tranny gets while towing up a steep trail in 4low vs 4hi. Even though the V8 has no issues towing my 2500# offroad camper, doing it 4low is so much better for the ATF because the fluid moves through the ATF cooler much faster. I have dinky tires so that helps out a lot in this regard.

Thank you for the link BTW @y=mx+b
I always thought that 4Lo puts less stress on the transmission and temps. I cant imagine the stress on the transmission/engine being in 4hi where 4Lo is required.
__________________
04 V6 4x4. Eibach Pro Truck Shocks, OME 885, Icon 2" Springs. JBA UCA. 295/70/17 Cooper Evolution MT. Spartan rear locker. PCK. Taco bumper
phatcheeks is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-31-2021, 09:07 AM #14
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
Quote:
Originally Posted by phatcheeks View Post
I always thought that 4Lo puts less stress on the transmission and temps. I cant imagine the stress on the transmission/engine being in 4hi where 4Lo is required.

That is correct. Just because our engines have the torque to pull us uphill in 4hi, doesn't mean that it's good for the transmission. Your torque converter is slipping while the ATF temps are spiking during this process.
__________________
2003 Sport V8 Icon 2" rear, Bilstein 6112 front with 700# king springs, Gibson cat back, Magnaflow cross pipe. OBA, DIY sliders, etc
1996 FZJ80 with whole bunch of stuff!
alia176 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 07-31-2021, 09:15 AM #15
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
alia176 alia176 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: East Mountains, NM
Posts: 1,052
alia176 will become famous soon enough
Quote:
Originally Posted by y=mx+b View Post
Yep I've got a bluetooth one to use with torque pro and also an ultragauge, but I guess I like doing it the archaic way lol. I mostly brought it up because I see a lot of people just drain out x amount and put x amount back in without doing the level check, which could be over or underfilled if the original level wasn't correct

Do you have the v8 with the trans cooler? going up big hills, my v6 without cooler would be in the 195-205 range in 90ish ambient so I added a cooler
Yes, mine came with the trans cooler and its a good thing because I tow just about every week. My temps spike on steeper climbs but then comes back down so I don't have a huge concern

From here: auto transmission

Normal operating temperature for an automatic transmission is about the
same as the engine temperature, i.e., about 195F. The temperature inside the torque converter, while pulling a
big load from a standing start, could easily rise above 350F. Fluid breakdown often results in harsh shifting and
slip-bump concerns. broken down fluid often exhibits a different coefficient of friction, and foams up easily
causing aeration.
__________________
2003 Sport V8 Icon 2" rear, Bilstein 6112 front with 700# king springs, Gibson cat back, Magnaflow cross pipe. OBA, DIY sliders, etc
1996 FZJ80 with whole bunch of stuff!
alia176 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Reply

Tags
fumoto , oil , pan , thread , transmission

Thread Tools
Display Modes Rate This Thread
Rate This Thread:

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On

Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Fumoto Drain Valve Urbanite 4th Gen T4Rs 17 11-30-2020 11:22 AM
Fumoto Drain Valve Mod Snesley Wipes 4th Gen T4Rs 58 06-03-2017 06:02 AM
Fumoto Oil Drain Valve PhdNPrerunners 3rd gen T4Rs 8 01-02-2015 10:27 PM
Where did you bought your Fumoto Drain Valve? Jacobzky 4th Gen T4Rs 13 01-30-2007 11:48 PM
Fumoto oil drain valve? testrider Engines / Suspension / Wheels / Tires / Audio / Accessories 10 06-03-2004 12:40 PM

Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v3.2.2

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 07:41 PM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.11
Copyright ©2000 - 2021, vBulletin Solutions Inc.
Search Engine Optimisation provided by DragonByte SEO (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2021 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
Feedback Buttons provided by Advanced Post Thanks / Like (Lite) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2021 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
User Alert System provided by Advanced User Tagging (Lite) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2021 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
***This site is an unofficial Toyota site, and is not officially endorsed, supported, authorized by or affiliated with Toyota. All company, product, or service names references in this web site are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. The Toyota name, marks, designs and logos, as well as Toyota model names, are registered trademarks of Toyota Motor Corporation***Ad Management plugin by RedTyger
 
Copyright © 2020