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Beginner Fluid Maintenance

What is this thread about:
This thread is for beginners. It contains:

1) Beginner Catalog of Fluids, Maintenance Intervals, Toyota Parts, socket/drive/hex/allen sizes and Torque Specifications

2) TOYOTA 2016-2019 4Runner Repair Manual RM27F0U

3) Oil Change Guide

4) How to Change or Flush Coolant/Antifreeze

5) How to Replace Spark Plugs in a 2013+ Toyota 4Runner

6) 4Runner LibreOffice Personal Schedule

Why did I post this?
There are many really thorough and well made guides for changing the fluids in the 5th gen 4Runners. However, in all of the guides I have ever looked through, it was either missing the fluids that were used, the maintenance intervals, the Toyota parts needed to follow the guide, the tools that fit these Toyota parts or the torque specifications to make sure newbs like me don't royally... mess things up. I'm not a mechanic or even mechanically inclined, so nothing comes easy for me. I imagine there are others out there with my same lack of expertise.

Disclaimer: I am not a mechanic or even mechanically inclined. PLEASE, before buying anything I list here, go to Toyota Parts and Accessories - Official Online Store, select your specific 5th gen 4Runner and verify that the part(s) are compatible with your vehicle. Also, I would wait for the veterans of this site to tear me a new one first, as I'm not promising that everything I post here is perfect or will work for your particular vehicle. The information posted here is from a mixture of different resources, including Toyota Parts and Accessories - Official Online Store, a 2016 Factory Service Manual (FSM), youtube.com and many, many websites including this one.

*NOTE: To determine whether your 4Runner takes a "Japan" or "Local" sourced part, look at the first character in the VIN number:
J = Japan sourced part
1, 4 or 5 = Local sourced part

2016 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Basic Information:
Model #: GRN285L-GKAGKA


Weights:
Curb Weight: 4,675 lbs
Weight Limit (Occupants + cargo): 1,165 lbs
GCWR (Gross Combination Weight Rating): 4WD: 11,300 lbs; 2WD: 11,100 lbs
GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating): 6,300 lbs
Front GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating): 3,000 lbs
Rear GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating): 3,450 lbs
TWR (Trailer Weight Rating): 5,000 lbs
Unbraked TWR (Unbraked Trailer Weight Rating): 1,655 lbs
Tongue Weight: (Gross trailer weight x .09) ...to... (Gross trailer weight x .11)

Tire / Wheel:
Tire Replacement Interval: 60,000 miles / every 8 years - whichever comes first
Tire Rotation Interval: 7,500 miles / every year - whichever comes first
Lug Nut Socket Size: 21mm (13/16" fits tighter and is not too small for mine)
Lug Nut Torque:
*Alloy (Aluminum) wheels: 76 ft·lbs; Steel wheels: 83 ft·lbs
Tire Pressure (All, including spare): 32 PSI / 220kPa
Tire Size (All, including spare): P265/70R17; Load Index: 113S
Wheel Size: 17x7J ET15; PCD: 6x139.7mm(5.5″); CB: 106.2mm; TS: M12 x 1.5 (RH); WF: Lug Nuts
Tire & DOT Identification Number: DOT EU70 3MAR 30 05
Wheel: Toyota part #: 4261135520 / 4261135531 (depending on the manufacturer of the wheel)
Wheel Cap: Toyota part #: 4260B35070
Lug Nut: Toyota part #: 9094201058 (socket size: 21mm; torque: 76 ft·lbs)
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Sensor: Toyota part #: 4260733022
Tire Valve Stem: Toyota part #: 9008045006
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Valve Stem Cap: Toyota part #: 9094205039
Fitting Kit: Toyota part #: 0442333060
Tire Rotation Guide
Toyota Front Wheel Bearing Replacement

Battery:
Change Interval: 75,000 miles / every 5 years - whichever comes first
Battery Group Size Designation: 24F (Optionally: 35)
Battery Voltage: 12
Positive Terminal Side: Right
Battery Terminals (+/-): Toyota part #: 9415180801 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 48 INCH-lbs)
Battery Hold Down Nut: Toyota part #: 9017906214 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 53 INCH-lbs)

Drive/Serpentine/Accessory/Fan Belt: (yes, all of these refer to the same belt)
Change Interval: 100,000 miles / 8 years – whichever comes first
Drive Belt: Toyota part #: 90916A2015 / Bando 7PK2150
Location in Repair Manual: (page 4178)
Engine / Hybrid System > 1GR-FE (ENGINE MECHANICAL) > DRIVE BELT > INSTALLATION
Serpentine belt: Bando 7PK2150 = Toyota 90916-A2015
teach a man how to replace his drivebelt Toyota Tacoma 1GR-FE V6

Air Conditioner Refrigerant:
Fluid Change Interval: Whenever the AC unit is NOT blowing cold air.
Classification: HFC-134a (R134a)
Toyota Fluid: N/A
Preferred Fluid: STP A/C Pro Ultra Synthetic R-134a A/C Recharge Kit, 20 oz (ACP-100V)
Capacity: 19.3 +/-1.0 ounces (oz.)
High Pressure A/C Service Valve Cap: Toyota part #: 883750E020 (hand tight)
Low Pressure A/C Service Valve Cap: Toyota part #: 8837530290 (hand tight)
Refrigerant Volume:
Low: 150 to 250 kPa (1.5 to 2.5 kgf/cm˛, 21 to 36 psi)
High: 1370 to 1570 kPa (14 to 16 kgf/cm˛, 199 to 228 psi)
Location for Specifications in Repair Manual: (page 6817)
Vehicle Interior > HEATING / AIR CONDITIONING > REFRIGERANT > ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION
Air Vacuum Pump HVAC R134a R12 R22 R410a A/C Refrigeration Kit - Amazon.com: XtremepowerUS 3CFM 1/4HP Air Vacuum Pump HVAC R134a R12 R22 R410a A/C Refrigeration Kit AC Manifold Gauge R134 Can Tap Included Carrying Tote: Automotive
Automotive AC Diagnostics, Operation and Repair
Never Use This on Your Car's AC System
How to Properly Recharge Your AC System

Power Steering:
Fluid Change Interval: 50,000 / every 3 years – whichever comes first
Classification: ATF "DEXRON" II or III, or equivalent
Toyota Fluid: Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid-(DII): Toyota part #: 00718ATF00
Preferred Fluid: Valvoline MaxLife Multi-Vehicle Full Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid
1 Gallon: Part# - 773775; UPC# - 0-74130-00322-4
1 Quart: Part# - VV3246 UPC# - 0-74130-00324-8
Alternative Fluid: Mobil 1 Synthetic ATF (OIL25201)
Capacity: 1.1 quarts
Reservoir Cap: Toyota part #: 4430506050 (hand tight)
Return Line Hose Clamp: Toyota part #: 9008046355
Make sure fluid is between the minimum and maximum level based on the engine’s temperature. It should be
right at or slightly below either the COLD MAX or HOT MAX, depending on the engine’s temperature.
* From the 2016 Owner’s Manual:
“Hot: Vehicle has been driven around 50 mph (80 km/h) for 20 minutes, or slightly longer in frigid
temperatures. (Fluid temperature, 140°F - 175°F [60°C – 80°C]).
Cold: Engine has not been run for about 5 hours. (Room temperature, 50°F - 85°F [10°C - 30°C]).”
Absolute BEST Method To Flush Power Steering Fluid!!

Engine Air Filter:
Change Interval: 30,000 miles / 3 years – whichever comes first
Filter: Toyota part #: 1780138051
Alternative Filter: Wix 49350

Cabin Air Filter:
Change Interval: 30,000 miles / 3 years – whichever comes first
Basic Filter: Toyota part #: 8713907020
Premium Filter: Toyota part #: 8713950100
Alternate Basic Filter: Wix 24483
Alternate Premium Filter: Wix 24483XP
Alternate Premium Filter w/Activated Carbon : Wix 24511

Radiator Cap:
Change Interval: 60,000 miles / 5 years – whichever comes first
Radiator Cap: Toyota part #: 1640131830 (2016-2018); 1640136020 (2015-2016) (hand tight)

Engine:
Designation: 1GR-FE
Fluid Change Interval (Engine Oil): 7,500 miles / every year – whichever comes first
* for hard use: 5,000 miles / every 6 months – whichever comes first
Classification (Engine Oil): SAE 0W-20 (U.S.); SAE 0W-20 -or- SAE 5W-20 (Canada)
Toyota Fluid (Engine Oil): Toyota part #: 002790WQTE01
Preferred Fluid (Engine Oil): Mobil 1 0W-20 Advanced Fuel Economy Full Synthetic
Capacity: 6.6 quarts
Fuel Tank Capacity: 23 gallons
Lowest Octane gasoline allowed: 87 (You must only use unleaded gasoline)
Highest Ethanol percentage allowed: 15% (E15)
Oil Filler Cap: Toyota part #: 1218031020 (hand tight)
Oil Filler Cap Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043037004
Oil Pan Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 9034112012 (thread size: M12-1.25) (socket size: 14mm; torque: 30 ft·lbf)
Oil Pan Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043012031
Oil Filter Cap Assembly: Toyota part #: 1565038020 (torque: 18 ft·lbf)
* Use the Motivx Tools Oil Filter Wrench for Toyota, Lexus, and Scion 2.0 To 5.7 Liter Engines with 64mm
Cartridge Style Oil Filter System for the Oil Filter Cap Assembly.
Oil Filter Element: Toyota part #: 04152YZZA5
Oil Filter Cap O-Ring (big): Toyota part #: 9030179006
Oil Filter Cap O-Ring (small): Toyota part #: 9672335028
Oil Filter Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 1564331050 (drive size: 3/8"; torque: 10 ft·lbf)
(5) Front Bumper Cover Lower bolts: Toyota part #: 9010906330 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 71 INCH-lbs)
(10) Under Cover Assembly/Sub & Seal bolts: Toyota part #: 9008011373 (socket size: 12mm; torque: 21 ft·lbf)
Drive / Serpentine Belt: Toyota part #: 90916A2015 / Bando 7PK2150
Oil Change Guide

Coolant / Antifreeze:
Fluid Change Interval: 50,000 (starting at 75,000 miles) miles / every 5 years – whichever comes first
* 30,000 for any other generic fluids and the (regular) Long Life Coolant (LLC)
Classification: "Toyota Super Long Life Coolant" or similar high quality ethylene glycol based non-silicate,
non-amine, non-nitrite, and non-borate coolant with long-life hybrid organic acid technology
Toyota Fluid:
Genuine Toyota Super Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant: Toyota part #: 00272SLLC2 (50,000 miles)
Genuine Toyota Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant: Toyota part #: 002721LLAC01 (30,000 miles)
Preferred Fluid: Genuine Toyota Super Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant
Capacity: 11.1 quarts (10.5 L, 9.2 Imp. qt.)
Fender Apron Seal (Left, Right, Front, w/out KDSS): Toyota part #: 5388560030
Clip((5 for each) - for Front Fender Apron Seal, w/out KDSS): Toyota part #: 9046710186
Radiator Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 1641721280 (hand tight)
Radiator Drain Plug O-Ring: Toyota part #: 1649221050
Radiator Cap: Toyota part #: 1640131830 (2016-2018); 1640136020 (2015-2016) (hand tight)
Engine Coolant Reservoir Cap: Toyota part #: 1640550051 (hand tight)
Cylinder Block Drain Cock Assembly (includes Plug): Toyota part #: 9091009129 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 9 ft·lbf)
Cylinder Block Drain Cock Plug: Toyota part #: 9091009087 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 9 ft·lbf)
Thermostat (with water inlet-assembly): Toyota part #: 160310P010
Thermostat O-Ring: Toyota part #: 1632631020
Thermostat Housing nut (3): Toyota part #: 90178A0023 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 80 INCH-lbf)
Spill Proof Radiator Coolant Filling Funnel Kit - Amazon.com: EPAUTO Spill Proof Radiator Coolant Filling Funnel Kit: Automotive
How to Change or Flush Coolant/Antifreeze
Coolant Drain Locations / DIY flush
Coolant change for 1GR-FE
How to SUPER FLUSH your Cars Cooling System

Spark Plug:
Change Interval: 120,000 miles / 12 years – whichever comes first
Spark Plug (6): Toyota part #: 9091901233 (socket size: 5/8” deep/sparkplug socket; torque: 13 ft·lbf)
(confirm model by year at: Find My Part
from all of the check boxes at the bottom, ONLY select “Spark Plug by Long Number”)
(2016: DENSO SK16HR11)
Ignition Coil Assembly(6): Toyota part #: 90919A2005
Ignition Coil Assembly Bolt(6): Toyota part #: 90105A0103 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 7 ft·lbf)
Location for Removal & Installation in Repair Manual: (page 3214)
Engine / Hybrid System > 1GR-FE (ENGINE CONTROL) > IGNITION COIL AND SPARK PLUG
Location for Specifications in Repair Manual: (page 261)
General > SPECIFICATION > 1GR-FE ENGINE CONTROL > SERVICE DATA
How to Replace Spark Plugs in a 2013+ Toyota 4Runner
Spark Plug Replacement for Toyota 4.0 V6 1GR FE (2013+)

Automatic Transmission:
Designation: A750F
Fluid Change Interval: 50,000 miles / every 5 years – whichever comes first
* for hard use: 37,500 miles / every 3 years – whichever comes first
Classification: Toyota Genuine ATF WS
Toyota Fluid: Genuine Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid-WS: Toyota part #: 00289ATFWS
Preferred Fluid: Genuine Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid-WS
Alternative Fluid (not preferred): Amsoil Signature Series Fuel-Efficient Synthetic ATF
(Product code : ATLPK)
Capacity: 12 quarts
* The 2016 Owner’s Manual specifies 11.3 quarts, but the 2016 FSM specifies 12 quarts:
(pan=1.8; valve body=4.5; torque converter=5.7)
* The 2016 FSM (pages 1834 & 2207) says:
"The ATF temperature must be between 40 and 45°C (104 and 113°F) to accurately check the fluid level."
Check / Overflow Plug: Toyota part #: 9034110021 (hex/allen key size: 5mm; torque: 15 ft·lbf)
Check / Overflow Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 3517830010
Fill Plug: Toyota part #: 9034118059 (socket size: 24mm; torque: 27 ft·lbf)
Fill Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9030115004
Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 9034110011 (socket size: 14mm; torque: 15 ft·lbf)
Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 3517830010
Oil Pan: Toyota part #: 351060C010
Oil Pan Gasket: Toyota part #: 3516860010
Oil Pan Bolts (20): Toyota part #: 90119A0298 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 62 INCH·lbf)
Oil Pan Magnets (4): Toyota part #: 3539408010
Filter: Toyota part #: 3533060050
Filter (OIL STRAINER) O-Ring: Toyota part #: 9030131014
Filter Bolts (4): Toyota part #: 90105A0090 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 7 ft·lbf)
Return Cooler Line Hose Clamp: Toyota part #: 9046616004
* CAUTION: After removing old filter, but before installing new filter, re-torque the 19 transmission valve body
assembly bolts! (Drivetrain > A750F… > Valve Body Assembly > Installation (page 2563)
A(3): Japan sourced part: 9008011292; local sourced part: 90105A0091 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 8 ft·lbf)
B(16): Japan sourced part: 90105A0133; local sourced part: 9008010241 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 8 ft·lbf)
Automatic Transmission Fluid Exchange (using the cooling line)
Scotty Kilmer's advise about ATF
2016 Toyota 4Runner trail atf change
When a Transmission Fluid Change or Flush Can Damage Your Transmission
Transmission Valve Body bolt socket size

Axle:
Designation: A01A

Transfer Case (Part-Time 4X4 w/ Electronic Dial):
Designation: VF2BM (Toyota part #: 3611035521)
Fluid Change Interval: 30,000 miles / every 3 years – whichever comes first
* for hard use: every 2 years
* You can actually change this at 40,000 miles, but it’s just easier to do the entire driveline together.
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
Capacity: *Part-time 4WD: 1.1 quarts; Full-Time 4WD: 1.5 quarts
Fill Plug: Toyota part #: 90341A0002 (socket size: 24mm; torque: 27 ft·lbf)
Fill Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043018008 / 90430A0003
Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 90341A0002 (socket size: 24mm; torque: 27 ft·lbf)
Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043018008 / 90430A0003
How to Change Transfer Case Fluid - Toyota 4runner Transfer Case Oil Change

Front Differential:
Fluid Change Interval: 30,000 miles / every 3 years – whichever comes first
* for hard use: 22,500 miles / every 2 years – whichever comes first
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
Capacity:
*With Automatic Disconnecting Differential (>=1990): Part-Time 4WD: 1.6 quarts; Full-Time 4WD: 1.5 quarts
With manual hubs (<1990): 1.43 - 1.53 quarts
* Must remove UNDER COVER ASSEMBLY ENGINE (Skid Plate): Toyota part #: 5145060050
* (4) Bolts: Toyota part #: 9008011373 (socket size: 12mm; torque: 21 ft·lbf)
Fill Plug: Toyota part #: 9034118032 (hex/allen key size: 10mm; torque: 29 ft·lbf)
Fill Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 1215710010
Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 9034124014 (hex/allen key size: 10mm; torque: 48 ft·lbf)
Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043024003
DIY: How to replace the front differential oil on a 2016 Toyota 4Runner

Rear Differential:
Fluid Change Interval: 30,000 miles / every 3 years – whichever comes first
* for hard use: 22,500 miles / every 2 years – whichever comes first
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
Capacity:
*Without Rear Differential Lock (All 2WD, SR5/Premium): 2.9 quarts
With Rear Differential Lock (4WD: Trail/Premium, TRD Pro, Limited): 2.8 quarts
Fill Plug: Toyota part #: 90341A0002 (socket size: 24mm; torque: 36 ft·lbf)
Fill Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043018008
Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 9034118057 (socket size: 24mm; torque: 36 ft·lbf)
Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043018008
How to Change the Rear Differential Fluid in a 5th Gen 4Runner

Drive Shaft:
Fluid Change Interval: 15,000 miles / every year – whichever comes first
* for hard use (towing/loading): 7,500 miles / 6 months – whichever comes first;
*deep mud/water: As soon as you get back from off-roading.
Toyota Fluid: N/A
Preferred Fluid: (listed below)
Spider Grease: Classification: Lithium base chassis grease, NLGI No. 2
(Preferred: Lucas Oil Red 'N' Tacky #2 (10005))
(Good Alternative: Mobil 1 Synthetic Grease (105527))
Slip Yoke Grease: Classification: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium base chassis grease, NLGI No. 2
- OR -
Lithium base chassis grease, NLGI No. 2
(Preferred Grease: Mobilgrease XHP 322 Mine)
(Good Alternative: Valvoline Moly-Fortified Gray Full Synthetic Grease (VV985))
Capacity:
Spider Joints: Pump in new grease until old grease oozes out of the seal.
Slip Yoke Joints: There is conflicting information on this subject and I was unable to find anything official.
The safe bet is to pump 2 - 3 pumps of grease from a pistol grip grease gun.
Preferred Grease Gun: LockNLube Professional Pistol-Grip Grease Gun (LNL252)
Good Alternative Grease Gun: Lincoln 1134
Spider Zerk Fitting: Toyota part #: 9041606004 (socket size: 7mm)
Slide Yoke Zerk Fitting: Toyota part #: 9645100600 (socket size: 7mm)
Propeller Shaft Bolt: Toyota part #: 90105A0075 (socket size: 17mm; torque: 65 ft·lbf)
Propeller Shaft Washer: Toyota part #: 9020111013
Propeller Shaft Nut: Toyota part #: 90178A0045 (socket size: 14mm)
DIY: How to Lubricate the Propeller Shaft on a 2016 4Runner Trail
Chart of Mobil greases (XHP 222 Special and XHP 322 Mine)

Brake Fluid:
Fluid Change Interval: 50,000 miles / every 3 years – whichever comes first
* for hard use: 37,500 miles
* Test it every oil change / every 6 months – whichever comes first. Use a brake fluid tester!
Classification: SAE J1703 or FMVSS No.116 DOT 3
Toyota Fluid: Toyota Brake Fluid: Toyota part #: 004751BF03
Preferred Fluid: Toyota Brake Fluid
Capacity: Unspecified. Approximately 1 - 2 quarts.
"Adjust the fluid level so that it is at the MAX line."
Master Cylinder Reservoir Cap: Toyota part #: 4723047090 (hand tight)
Front Disc Brake - Brake Bleeder Screw: Toyota part #: 4754704010 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 8 ft·lbf)
Rear Disc Brake - Brake Bleeder Screw: Toyota part #: 4754712030 (socket size: 10mm; torque: 8 ft·lbf)
Brake Bleeder Screw Cap (Front, Rear): Toyota part #: 3147830010 (hand tight)
Brake Fluid Liquid Tester Pen - Amazon.com: ITEQ Brake Fluid Liquid Tester Pen with 5 LED Indicators, Calibrated For DOT3 DOT4 Brake Fluid: Automotive
Brake Bleeder Bottle - Amazon.com: Allstar Performance ALL11017 Bleeder Bottle with Magnet and Check Valve: Automotive
Flare Nut Wrench - Amazon.com: Flare Nut Wrench Set (9mm - 14mm)
How to Bleed your Brakes by Yourself
How to do a Complete Brake Flush and Bleed

Brakes:
Front Brakes:
Change Interval: 50,000 miles / every 5 years – whichever comes first (this is only the average)
Toyota Front Pads: Toyota part #: 0446560320
Toyota Front Rotors: Toyota part #: 4351260191
FLEXIBLE HOSE BRACKET BOLT (FOR FRONT LEFT & FRONT RIGHT): Toyota part #: 9011908C06 (socket size: 12mm; torque: 21 ft·lbf; amount: 2)
(Left bracket: 4735235390; Right bracket: 4735135350)
Disc Brake Caliper Bolt (Front): Toyota part #: 90105A0336 (socket size: 17mm; torque: 137 ft·lbf; amount: 4)
Disc Brake Anti-Rattle Clip (Front): Toyota part #: 4774835010 (Set of two: 0494735050) (amount: 2)
Disc Brake Pad Pin Clip (Front): Toyota part #: 4774360280 (amount: 2)
Disc Brake Pad Pin (Front): Toyota part #: 4773560300 (amount: 4)
OPTIONAL (because many aftermarket brake pads come with these):
SHIM KIT, ANTI SQUEAL, FRONT: Toyota part #: 0494560090 (amount: 1)

Rear Brakes:
Change Interval: 75,000 miles / every 7 years – whichever comes first (this is only the average)
Toyota Rear Pads: Toyota part #: 0446660140
Toyota Rear Rotors: Toyota part #: 4243160311
BOLT, HEXAGON(FOR REAR CALIPER): Toyota part #: 9010112167 (socket size: 19mm; torque: 74 ft·lbf; amount: 4)
Disc Brake Caliper Bracket Mounting Bolt Washer: Toyota part #: 9020112452 (amount: 4)
Disc Brake Caliper Pin (Rear): Toyota part #: 4771543010 (socket size: 17mm; torque: 65 ft·lbf; amount: 4)
OPTIONAL (because many aftermarket brake pads come with these):
SHIM KIT, ANTI SQUEAL(FOR REAR DISC BRAKE): Toyota part #: 0494660141 (amount: 1)
Disc Brake Anti-Rattle Clip Set (Front, Rear): Toyota part #: 0494722050 (amount: 1)

Documentation:
https://parts.toyota.com
Front Brakes:
Brakes and Suspension > FRONT DISC BRAKE CALIPER & DUST COVER
Brakes and Suspension > FRONT AXLE HUB
Rear Brakes:
Brakes and Suspension > REAR DISC BRAKE CALIPER & DUST COVER
Brakes and Suspension > REAR AXLE SHAFT & HUB
In the Repair Manual:
General > SPECIFICATIONS > BRAKE (FRONT) & BRAKE (REAR) (pages 306/308)
Brake > BRAKE (FRONT) > FRONT BRAKE (page 1169)
Brake > BRAKE (REAR) > REAR BRAKE (page 1184)

Disc Brake Calipers:
Front Left: Toyota part #: 4775060350
Front Right: Toyota part #: 4773060350
Rear Left: Toyota part #: 4775034030
Rear Right: Toyota part #: 4773034030

Disc Brake Caliper Guide Pin Boots
Replacing Brake Pads and Rotors on 4Runner
How to Replace Brake Pads and Rotors on a 2010-2018 Toyota 4Runner

Windshield Wiper Blades:
Change Interval: 25,000 miles / every 9 months - whichever comes first
Type: J-Hook
Driver’s Side: 24 inches (24A, EN24)
Passenger’s Side: 20 inches (20A, EN20)
Rear: 12 inches (12A)

Window Washer Fluid:
Fluid Change Interval:
a) Whenever it appears to be low on fluid.
b) Before you go on any long trip or drive anywhere remote.
Classification: N/A
Toyota Fluid: Toyota Windshield Washer Fluid Concentrate: Toyota part #: 0047500WWF
Preferred Fluid: Rain-X 2 in 1 All-Season Windshield Washer Fluid (Color: orange)
Capacity: 4.4 quarts (1.1 gallons)
Windshield Washer Jar Cap: Toyota part #: 8531660090 (hand tight)


OTHER RESOURCES:

ScanGauge2 settings for transmission pan and torque converter temperatures

DIY Maintenance Quick Reference

How To: Differentials and Transfer Case Fluid Service

Trail Maintenance: Driveline fluids, how and when to change them

2004 Toyota 4Runner Driveline Service

Tire Rotation (no spare):


Tire Rotation (with spare):


Tire Rotation (alternative method for Limited only):


Hood view of Transmission Return Cooler Line:


ATF Flow Direction:


Power Steering Line:


Drive Belt Installation:
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What is this thread about:
This thread is for beginners. It contains:
1) A step-by-step guide on how to change your oil.
2) Parts catalog listing all of the fluids and Toyota parts you would ever need (hopefully) to supplement any other fluid maintenance guides.

Why did I post this?
There are many really thorough and well made guides for changing the fluids in the 5th gen 4Runners. However, in all of the guides I have ever looked through, it was either missing the fluids that were used, the Toyota parts needed to follow the guide or the torque specs to make sure newbs like me don't royally... mess things up. I'm not a mechanic or even mechanically inclined, so nothing comes easy for me. I imagine there are others out there with my same lack of expertise.

Disclaimer: I am not a mechanic or even mechanically inclined. PLEASE, before buying anything I list here, go to Toyota Parts and Accessories - Official Online Store, select your specific 5th gen 4Runner and verify that the part(s) are compatible with your vehicle. Also, I would wait for the veterans of this site to tear me a new one first, as I'm not promising that everything I post here is perfect or will work for your particular vehicle. The information posted here is from a mixture of different resources, including Toyota Parts and Accessories - Official Online Store, a 2010 Factory Service Manual (FSM), youtube.com and many, many websites including this one.

Oil Change Guide:
4Runner_Oil_Change.pdf - Google Drive

Beginner Catalog of Fluids, Toyota Parts and Torque Specs:
4Runner_Basic_Info.pdf - Google Drive

2016 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Basic Information:
Model #: GRN285L-GKAGKA

Tire:
Lug Nut Socket Size: 13/16"
Lug Nut Torque:
*Alloy (Aluminum) wheels: 76 ft-lbs; Steel wheels: 83 ft-lbs
Tire Pressure (All, including spare): 32 PSI / 220kPa
Tire Size (All, including spare): P265/70R17 (113S)
Wheel Size: 17 x 7J, 17 x 7.5J
Tire & DOT Identification Number: DOT EU70 3MAR 30 05
Weight Limit (Occupants + cargo): 1,165 LBS / 525 KG

Engine:
Designation: 1GR-FE
Fuel Tank Capacity: 23 gallons
Lowest Octane gasoline allowed: 87 (You must only use unleaded gasoline)
Highest Ethanol percentage allowed: 15% (E15)
Motor Oil Type: 6.6 quarts of 0W-20 full synthetic (Toyota uses Mobil)
Oil Pan Drain Plug: Toyota Part #: 9034112012 (Size: M12-1.25) (30 ft-lbs)
Oil Pan Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043012031
Oil Filter Cap Assembly: Toyota part #: 1565038020 (18 ft-lbs)
Oil Filter Element: Toyota part #: 04152YZZA5
Oil Filter Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 1564331050 (10 ft-lbs)
(5) Front Bumper Cover Lower bolts: Toyota part #: 9010906330 (71 INCH-lbs)
(10) Under Cover Assembly/Sub & Seal bolts: Toyota part #: 9008011373 (21 ft-lbs)

Battery:
Battery Group Size Designation: 24F (Optionally: 35)
Battery Voltage: 12
Positive Terminal Side: Right

Windshield Wiper Blades:
Type: J-Hook
Driver's Side: 24 inches (24A, EN24)
Passenger's Side: 20 inches (20A, EN20)
Rear: 12 inches (12A)

Window Washer Fluid:
Toyota Windshield Washer Fluid Concentrate (Toyota Part #: 0047500WWF)
Preferred Fluid: Rain-X 2 in 1 All-Season Windshield Washer Fluid (Color: orange)
Capacity: 4.4 quarts (1.1 gallons)
Windshield Washer Jar Cap: Toyota part #: 8531660090 (hand tight)

Transmission:
Designation: A750F
Fluid: Genuine Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid-WS (Toyota part #: 00289ATFWS)
Capacity: 12 quarts (pan=1.8; valve body=4.5; torque converter=5.7)
Check/Overflow Plug: Toyota part #: 9034110021 (15 ft-lbs)
~ TRANSMISSION CASE ADAPTER REFILL PLUG (official name) ~
Fill Plug: Toyota part #: 9034118059 (27 ft-lbs)
Fill Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9030115004
Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 9034110011 (15 ft-lbs)
Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 3517830010
Automatic Transmission Oil Pan: Toyota part #: 351060C010
Oil Pan Bolts (20): Toyota part #: 90119A0298 (62 INCH-lbs)
Automatic Transmission Oil Pan Gasket: Toyota part #: 3516860010
Transmission Filter: Toyota part #: 3533060050
Transmission Filter Bolts (4): Toyota part #: 9008011273 (7 ft-lbs)
Automatic Transmission Oil Pan Magnets (4): Toyota part #: 3539408010

Axle:
Designation: A01A

Transfer Case (Part-Time 4X4 w/ Electronic Dial):
Designation: VF2BM (Toyota part #: 3611035521)
Fluid: Toyota SAE LF 75W (Toyota part #: 0888581080)
Capacity: 1.1 quarts (part time); 1.5 quarts (full time)
Fill Plug: Toyota part #: 90341A0002 (27 ft-lbs)
Fill Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043018008
Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 90341A0002 (27 ft-lbs)
Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043018008

Front Differential:
Fluid: Toyota Genuine Differential Gear Oil, LT 75W-85 (Toyota part #: 0888502506)
Capacity:
*With Automatic Disconnecting Differential (>=1990): 1.59 - 1.69 US quarts
With manual hubs (<1990): 1.43 - 1.53 US quarts
Fill Plug: Toyota part #: 9034118032 (29 ft-lbs)
Fill Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 1215710010
Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 9034124014 (48 ft-lbs)
Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 9043024003

Rear Differential:
Fluid: Toyota Genuine Differential Gear Oil, LT 75W-85 (Toyota part #: 0888502506)
Capacity:
*Without Differential Lock (All 2WD, SR5/Premium): 2.80 - 2.91 US quarts
With Differential Lock (4WD: Trail/Premium, TRD Pro, Limited): 2.75 - 2.85 US quarts
Fill Plug: Toyota part #: 90341A0002 (36 ft-lbs)
Fill Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 1215710010
Drain Plug: Toyota part #: 9034118057 (36 ft-lbs)
Drain Plug Gasket: Toyota part #: 1215710010


Drive Shaft:
Spider Grease: Lithium base chassis grease, NLGI No. 2
Preferred: Lucas Oil Red 'N' Tacky #2 (10005)
Good Alternative: Mobil 1 Synthetic Grease (105527)
Slip Yoke Grease: Molybdenum-disulfide lithium base chassis grease, NLGI No. 2
Preferred Grease: Valvoline Moly-Fortified Gray Full Synthetic Grease (VV985)
Good Alternative: Mobilgrease XHP 222 Special / Mobilgrease XHP 322
Capacity:
Spider Joints: Pump in new grease until old grease oozes out of the seal.
Slip Yoke Joints: There is conflicting information on this subject and I was unable to find anything official.
The safe bet is to pump exactly 3 pumps of grease from a pistol grip grease gun.
Preferred Grease Gun: LockNLube Professional Pistol-Grip Grease Gun (LNL252)
Good Alternative Grease Gun: Lincoln 1134
Zerk Fitting: Toyota part #: 9041606004

Brakes:
Fluid: SAE J1703 or FMVSS No.116 DOT 3: Toyota part #: 004751BF03
Capacity: Adjust the fluid level so that it is at the MA X line.
Front Disc Brake - Brake Bleeder Screw: Toyota part #: 4754704010 (8 ft-lbf)
Rear Disc Brake - Brake Bleeder Screw: Toyota part #: 4754712030 (8 ft-lbs)
Brake Bleeder Screw Cap (Front, Rear): Toyota part #: 3147830010 (hand tight)

Coolant / Antifreeze:
Genuine Toyota Super Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant: Toyota part #: 00272SLLC2
Antifreeze (1 gallon of concentrate): Toyota part #: 002721LLAC01
Capacity: 11.1 quarts (10.5 L, 9.2 Imp. qt.)
Radiator Drain Cock Plug: Toyota Part #: 1641721280 (hand tight)
Radiator Cap: Toyota Part #: 1640131830 (2016-2018); 1640136020 (2015-2016) (hand tight)
Engine Coolant Reservoir Cap: Toyota Part #: 1640550051 (hand tight)
Cylinder Block Drain Cock Plug: Toyota Part #: 90345A0001 (9 ft-lbs)

Power Steering:
Fluid: Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid-(DII): Toyota part #: 00718ATF00
Preferred Fluid: Valvoline MaxLife Multi-Vehicle Full Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid
Item model number: VV324
Manufacturer Part Number: VV3246
Capacity: Make sure fluid is between the minimum and maximum level based on the engine's
temperature. There is a COLD range and HOT range.
Power Steering Reservoir Cap: Toyota part #: 4430506050 (hand tight)

Air Conditioner Refrigerant:
Fluid: HFC-134a (R134a)
Preferred Fluid: STP A/C Pro Ultra Synthetic R-134a A/C Recharge Kit, 20 oz (ACP-100V)
Capacity: 19.3 +/-1.0 ounces (oz.)
A/C Service Valve Cap: Toyota Part #: 8837502070 (hand tight)


OTHER RESOURCES:

DIY Maintenance Quick Reference:
DIY maintenance quick reference - Toyota 4Runner Forum - Largest 4Runner Forum

Automatic Transmission Fluid Exchange:
ATF Exchange (using the cooling line)

How to Grease Your Drive Shaft:
HOW-TO: grease your drive shaft

How to Change the Rear Differential Fluid in a 5th Gen 4Runner:
https://youtu.be/5l5R1_Q_g3s

When a Transmission Fluid Change or Flush Can Damage Your Transmission:
https://youtu.be/p-CCAR5HK-0

2004 Toyota 4Runner Driveline Service:
https://youtu.be/jZmTCxFgMNQ

1995-2019 Toyota 4runner - Coolant Change Tutorial:
https://youtu.be/vuOqcjEB0hA

SIMPLE Power Steering Flush Toyota 4Runner:
https://youtu.be/ORiVaFolqS4

How to Recharge the AC System - 5th Gen Toyota 4Runner:
https://youtu.be/fRGAKH0PSrA



Thanks for your efforts. Great post.
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Awesome post. Thanks!

Only thing I might suggest changing is the lug nut socket size to 21mm since everything is metric on our 4Runners.
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Awesome post. Thanks!

Only thing I might suggest changing is the lug nut socket size to 21mm since everything is metric on our 4Runners.
I must have aftermarket lug nuts, because the 13/15" socket fits (even with a tiny bit of wiggle room) tighter than the 21mm. Hmmm, I think I'll change it to 21mm, but just make a note that mine, for whatever reason is a 13/15".
Sorry, I've only had this 4Runner since November 2019 and just a couple of months ago was my first oil change! lol thanks for bearing with me.
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I must have aftermarket lug nuts, because the 13/15" socket fits (even with a tiny bit of wiggle room) tighter than the 21mm. Hmmm, I think I'll change it to 21mm, but just make a note that mine, for whatever reason is a 13/15".
Sorry, I've only had this 4Runner since November 2019 and just a couple of months ago was my first oil change! lol thanks for bearing with me.
13/16" is slightly smaller than 21mm (13/16" = 20.6375mm) so it's not surprising that your 13/16" socket fits tighter. It's close enough that both sockets fit but 21mm is the "proper" size socket.

I'm just being nit-picky. Your post is a great resource.
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Great reference, thanks!

This should be a sticky.
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so, i overlooked the transmission's Check/Overflow Plug Gasket. it's now included!
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Lug nuts are generally sized to allow for SAE or Metric tools.
17, 19, 21, & 23 MM or 11/16, 3/4, 13/16, 7/8.
Many lug nut wrenches, and sockets will display both SAE and metric size right on the tool. Like this deep socket.


Or this 4-way on Amazon.
Amazon.com: EPAuto 14" Heavy Duty Universal Lug Wrench, 4-Way Cross Wrench: Automotive
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so, i overlooked the transmission's Check/Overflow Plug Gasket. it's now included!
Great post and thanks for the time you put in!

Any chance you could add any potentially broken suspension part numbers for the front end? CVs, Tie Rod, End links, etc? I think it would be helpful to give an idea of spares to carry or have in the garage. Thanks
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As a new 4runner owner, this helps out a lot. Thanks for the post!
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Great post and thanks for the time you put in!

Any chance you could add any potentially broken suspension part numbers for the front end? CVs, Tie Rod, End links, etc? I think it would be helpful to give an idea of spares to carry or have in the garage. Thanks
I would, except that I'm very new to car maintenance and repairs and I have only heard of "CV" in conjunction with axles and joints, I'm not even really sure for certain what you mean by "CV", specifically. I'm probably not the best person to be giving out that kind of advise. I heard that the suspension in 4Runners is a sealed unit anyway, and this being a fluid maintenance guide is probably going to confuse and overwhelm brand new 4Runner owners.
Maybe in the future when I have more experience and start messing with upgrading my 4Runner and spending more time researching, I might be up to making a more advanced and thorough guide, maybe.
I really made this guide for people, well, like me. Someone who isn't super savvy with car repairs and maintenance but would like to have their 4Runner last as long as possible without breaking the bank.
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Super helpful post! Mind me asking if you can add in recommended change intervals. Thanks!
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Super helpful post! Mind me asking if you can add in recommended change intervals. Thanks!
I could do that, and I think I just might. The only problem is that Toyota doesn't really give concrete answers, except for when you should "inspect" components.
Personally, I would really only sweat two, motor and transmission oil, and my oil changing guide covers the intervals for the motor oil. I think I will include this in here, I just am nervous about giving bad advise.
There's a lot of heated discussion when to change fluids and even what fluids to use. As far as the transmission goes, personally, I would do my first flush between 40,000-50,000. If it gets past 100,000 miles, I would do a LOT of research before just doing a complete trans flush (I linked a youtube video below that goes over just that). I'm approaching 40,000 miles myself and I think I'm going to do my own very soon. Then again, I'm sure some veteran of this site will yell at me for giving bad advise, and in all fairness........ I just might be......
I'm also very busy finishing up the 2016-2019 repair manual that I'll be posting here very soon!
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