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Old 10-29-2019, 08:44 AM #31
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a side note: using toyota filter and O rings, mobil 1 0w-20 advanced fuel economy ( I may switch to toyota oil next change for quieter performance) dorman drain plug gasket ....oh and it's nice to see the engine still full of oil when its time to change the oil because my last vehicle would have been down 1.5 qts
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Can anyone confirm that Toyota p/n 15620-31060 is correct for the '19 T4R 4.0 engine? I seem to get a message that that part doesn't fit on at least 1 website (Ebay).
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Which Fumoto drain did you use? There appear to be three on the website, of various lengths.

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I have been the only one to change my oil, and the first thing I did is add the Fumoto drain. The only problem with it is that it takes a bit longer to get all the oil drained out of that smaller opening. But it sits under the skid, and I don't have to worry about plug gaskets or stripping threads. And I haven't had any issues yet with the plastic housing, but I'm removing it myself. The one thing I bypass is trying to remove the plug and use the plastic adapter to pop up the valve and drain the oil. I just unthread the housing and let it drain like I would a normal oil filter before removing it. A little more wiping my hands off, but less frustration. That damn plastic adapter is a pain to get in there juuuuussst right, and I had oil sprayed all over the place before I finally got it right. I can catch all of the oil dripping down the sides of the housing. I can't guess where the plastic tool will get it to ricochet and then I have way more cleanup to do.
The only other thing I did was ditch the plastic retainer on the front air dam thing. One less tool to take with me underneath
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Can anyone confirm that Toyota p/n 15620-31060 is correct for the '19 T4R 4.0 engine? I seem to get a message that that part doesn't fit on at least 1 website (Ebay).
yes, PN 15620-31060 will work with all the 4R 4.0 5th gen engines.
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Which Fumoto drain did you use? There appear to be three on the website, of various lengths.
There are different types of the Fumoto drain valve. Some of no nipple, some have a small one, and some have the longer one. I ordered one with the small nipple so that I could attach a hose to it if I wanted to.

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There are different types of the Fumoto drain valve. Some of no nipple, some have a small one, and some have the longer one. I ordered one with the small nipple so that I could attach a hose to it if I wanted to.

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I ended up with the same one. While looking around, I also came across the ones from http://www.nospillsystems.com, these are similar to the Motiv drain for the filter housing. Thought about it and decided I didn't want to carry another tool around just to drain the oil.
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same issue here - exactly the same. You have to get an oil filter wrench -shown by another post here- which uses the "flats" rather than the "ears." I got mine off by using a long wrench/breaker bar which my son slowly rotated as I held the oil filter wrench by pushing it up onto the oil filter housing from underneath. I will not go back to the dealer or anyone else for a oil change. It was clearly put on using the same wrench as all other tasks..ie wheel removal.
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well the dealer got an earful and agreed to give me a courtesy car till the part arrives, reluctantly because " i attempted the oil change myself"... I then gave him a rundown of my experience of working on engines which included oil changes and letting him know what little torque it takes to tighten the oil filter and it was tight to the point of cracking the assembly
The first oil change I did after the two year "complimentary" service expired, I encountered the over-torqued filter housing. I stopped right there and took it to the dealer the next morning. The service manager did not seem the least bit surprised by my claim and replaced the filter. I only had to clean up a little residual mess.
While changing the oil for the second time yesterday, I found that the housing drain plug was over torqued! The entire filter housing rotated, when trying to loosen the plug. I eventually got it loose and now should have not issues the next oil change but I am going to swap to the metal housing for piece of mind next time.

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yes, PN 15620-31060 will work with all the 4R 4.0 5th gen engines.
Yep. It fits the 4 Runner engine. This part number actually is listed as OEM for Camrys, Avalon, Rav4, etc, but not 4Runners. Go figure.

BTW, I never trust part fitment advice from 3rd party sites like eBay or Amazon. Go to a real Toyota parts dealer online site or oempartsource. (But in this case youd get the same no fit message).
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Stories like this are the reason I have always changed my oil and filter since 1975.

The 4Runner is so super easy to work-on too.
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Yep. It fits the 4 Runner engine. This part number actually is listed as OEM for Camrys, Avalon, Rav4, etc, but not 4Runners. Go figure.

BTW, I never trust part fitment advice from 3rd party sites like eBay or Amazon. Go to a real Toyota parts dealer online site or oempartsource. (But in this case youd get the same no fit message).
The 4Runner uses a taller perforated center tube but it can be swapped over. That's the reason it's "not compatible".
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you are correct. and the occasional hot drip of oil. And of course, fumes from melting plastic
I'm pretty sure the housing is made from thermoset plastic, meaning you had to actually burn through it instead of just melting it. Not fun for sure.
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Any chance that these over tightened oil filter housings are bending or damaging the internal perforated tube?
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There are different types of the Fumoto drain valve. Some of no nipple, some have a small one, and some have the longer one. I ordered one with the small nipple so that I could attach a hose to it if I wanted to.

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I ended up with the same one. While looking around, I also came across the ones from http://www.nospillsystems.com, these are similar to the Motiv drain for the filter housing. Thought about it and decided I didn't want to carry another tool around just to drain the oil.
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Which Fumoto drain did you use? There appear to be three on the website, of various lengths.
F-103 | Fumoto(R) Engine Oil Drain Valves

Just the first on on the list, F103. The picture doesn't show it well, but it's just a straight valve. It fits just fine under the access plate.
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