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Hello all, new to the forum and to 4runners. I recently traded in my Tacoma for a 2010 4runner w/ 211,000 miles. I changed the spark plugs this week and noticed oil accumulation in several of the spark plug holes. No signs of oil burning or head gasket leakage from what I can tell. I'm led to believe a valve cover gasket and spark plug gasket job is in order. Before diving in and ordering parts, I just wanted to confirm the part numbers I have here are correct. Also, are there any other parts or tools I would need or recommended for this job beyond basic hand tools. Any sealant needed around the valve cover gasket when replacing? Here is the list I have so far (my main point of concern was if the intake manifold gasket was the correct one as there were a few in the parts fiche to select from). I'm also planning to replace the PCV valve as a preventative measure. thanks in advance

11193-70010 x 6 (plug tube seal)
11214-31030 x 1 (valve cover gasket)
11213-0P010 X 1 (valve cover gasket)
17176-31140 x 1 (intake manifold gasket)
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Hello all, new to the forum and to 4runners. I recently traded in my Tacoma for a 2010 4runner w/ 211,000 miles. I changed the spark plugs this week and noticed oil accumulation in several of the spark plug holes. No signs of oil burning or head gasket leakage from what I can tell. I'm led to believe a valve cover gasket and spark plug gasket job is in order. Before diving in and ordering parts, I just wanted to confirm the part numbers I have here are correct. Also, are there any other parts or tools I would need or recommended for this job beyond basic hand tools. Any sealant needed around the valve cover gasket when replacing? Here is the list I have so far (my main point of concern was if the intake manifold gasket was the correct one as there were a few in the parts fiche to select from). I'm also planning to replace the PCV valve as a preventative measure. thanks in advance

11193-70010 x 6 (plug tube seal)
11214-31030 x 1 (valve cover gasket)
11213-0P010 X 1 (valve cover gasket)
17176-31140 x 1 (intake manifold gasket)
Keep in mind that the dual VVT-i 1GR has the VVT oil supply going through the valve cover unlike the single VVT-i so you may need the crush washers for the banjo bolts.
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Keep in mind that the dual VVT-i 1GR has the VVT oil supply going through the valve cover unlike the single VVT-i so you may need the crush washers for the banjo bolts.
Good point! Thanks
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Here’s a teardown of a similar but not exact 2GR.

Toyota Lexus 2GR-FE Teardown! Premature Death Of Toyota's Most Reliable V6 Caused By Obliviousness! - YouTube
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Good luck with the job! In a sick way I love these kinds of projects.
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Valve Cover Gasket Replacement Videos

4 Videos by Usman the Mechanic
includes tips on removing connectors and tools to use.
5th Gen Toyota 4Runner 4.0l: detailed valve cover gasket replacement (LH) - YouTube
5th Gen Toyota 4Runner 4.0l: Detailed Valve cover gasket replacement part 2 - YouTube
5th Gen Toyota 4runner 4.0L: Detailed valve cover gasket replacement part3 - YouTube
5th Gen Toyota 4Runner 4.0l: Detailed Valve cover gasket replacement part4 - YouTube

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5th Gen 2010-2021 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket Replacement - YouTube

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Hello all, new to the forum and to 4runners. I recently traded in my Tacoma for a 2010 4runner w/ 211,000 miles. I changed the spark plugs this week and noticed oil accumulation in several of the spark plug holes. No signs of oil burning or head gasket leakage from what I can tell. I'm led to believe a valve cover gasket and spark plug gasket job is in order. Before diving in and ordering parts, I just wanted to confirm the part numbers I have here are correct. Also, are there any other parts or tools I would need or recommended for this job beyond basic hand tools. Any sealant needed around the valve cover gasket when replacing? Here is the list I have so far (my main point of concern was if the intake manifold gasket was the correct one as there were a few in the parts fiche to select from). I'm also planning to replace the PCV valve as a preventative measure. thanks in advance

11193-70010 x 6 (plug tube seal)
11214-31030 x 1 (valve cover gasket)
11213-0P010 X 1 (valve cover gasket)
17176-31140 x 1 (intake manifold gasket)
the first 3 part numbers are what were used to replace mine and spark plug o ring seals. I did not require the intake manifold gasket to be replaced so I don't have that part for reference

In addition, 18 sealing washers were used 90210-06013 and I did the camshaft gasket at the same time

camshaft: 11159-0P010 x 4 and 90430-10024 x 2. I had this done at the dealer
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the first 3 part numbers are what were used to replace mine and spark plug o ring seals. I did not require the intake manifold gasket to be replaced so I don't have that part for reference

In addition, 18 sealing washers were used 90210-06013 and I did the camshaft gasket at the same time

camshaft: 11159-0P010 x 4 and 90430-10024 x 2. I had this done at the dealer
thanks, do you remember if any sealant was used on the valve cover gaskets?
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thanks, are the small orings circled in green part of the oil return system? Is that a possible source of leakage as well?
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thanks, do you remember if any sealant was used on the valve cover gaskets?
I am actually not sure if sealant was used. I don't believe it is required but the toyota FIPG or an RTV would work. the fipg will work both as an adhesive and sealant
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