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Old 08-10-2023, 04:43 PM #76
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Do you have a link or reference for these part numbers?
This is what I have listed:

Transfer Case (Part-Time 4X4 w/ Electronic Dial):
Classification: SAE 75W
Toyota Fluid: Toyota SAE LF 75W: Toyota part #: 0888581080
Preferred Fluid: Royal Purple ROY01512 Synchromax synthetic
Alternative Fluid: Red Line MT-LV 70W/75W GL-4 Gear Oil


Front Differential:
Classification: LT 75W-85 GL-5 or equivalent
Toyota Fluid:
Toyota Genuine Differential Gear Oil LT 75W-85 GL-5: Toyota part #: 0888502506
Preferred Fluid: Red Line 50104 75W85 GL-5 Gear Oil


Rear Differential:
Classification: LT 75W-85 GL-5 or equivalent
Toyota Fluid:
Toyota Genuine Differential Gear Oil LT 75W-85 GL-5: Toyota part #: 0888502506
Preferred Fluid: Red Line 50104 75W85 GL-5 Gear Oil

You posted the same Toyota PNs as I did. Just take the hyphen(dash) out of mine.

Differential/Gear Oil is different than Transfer Case .
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that's weird. i was notified that one of your responses was directed to me. nvm.
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I purchases the liquid tester pen as mentioned by the OP. I tried it on my 992k mile 2016 4runner (never had brake fluid changed) and it did not register anything above 0%. Is this to be expected or is this pen broken?
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Beginner Fluid Maintenance

I just traded in my 2008 and bought a 2023. Thank you SO MUCH. for this! I do most all of my own maintenance. Youíve been a great help!

Edit: I was able to download the repair info without a problem, it will serve me well.


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Great guide. I'll add some maintenance items to consider that I've been doing for over 40 years with great results--and my dad for over 60 years (he was a master maintenance machinist in a factory, boilerplant operator, etc.)

Drain and fill the brake master cylinder every summer. I do this by using a repurposed turkey baster.
I pop the cover off the braker master cylinder, use the turkey baster to suck out as much brake fluid as I can, and refill with fresh fluid. Reinstall the brake master cylinder cover.
Takes all of five minutes. Usually, I'll do this three times each summer, a week or more apart or when I remember.

Brake fluid is hydroscopic and absorbs water. Water causes rust. Rust particles wear seals out. Most brake fluids are clear. If your's has any coloration, it's due to rust particles. Drain and fill :-)
Doing this, I've never had to do a brake "flush" and never have had any issues with the brakes--up to 270,000 miles on various vehicles.

I do the same for the power steering reservoir, but use a different turkey baster.

Safety note: These two turkey basters are labeled, stay in the garage, and are never ever used for food service.

Hope this helps.
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PS A simple drain and fill every two years/30,000 miles on the transmission does wonders for longevity on every car I've owned (Diff fluids every 50K). Oil changes (fully synthetic) every 5K with a filter change (TRD oil filter on my 4runner limited) every other oil change (every 10K miles). Preventive maintenance can work wonders for equipment longevity. Always use the Toyota Special Operating Conditions or "severe" use (like towing) intervals and you'll be amazed https://assets.sia.toyota.com/public...-224Runner.pdf
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