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Old 12-11-2023, 04:08 PM #1
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Transmission Fill Plug?

Going to do a drain and fill for my 2016 SR5 and just in case I strip that fill plug I want a backup.
It is the fill plug at the top and not any of the drain plugs.
The local dealerships said it was 90080-34016 and the o ring 90090-30075......those weren't it! I know because it looks different.
I'm assuming it's 90341-A0001 and o ring is 90301-11030. Thing is the transmission fill plug looks like the plugs on the transfer case or am I wrong?
Any input is appreciated. Thanks!
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are you able to see this. it's for a 2012 but I assume everything is the same

Just a moment...

I read from another post the fill plug gasket is 9030115004. I searched that part and found the plug looks to be 9034118059. I am not certain this is correct but it is a start at least.

https://www.toyota-4runner.org/3523403-post23.html where he quotes fill plug gasket
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90301-15004 Is fill plug gasket.

90341-18059 appears correct based on parts diagram.

If first time opening, spray it down good with penetrating fluid and wait 5 mins. Use 15/16”, it’s a little tighter than 24mm. If it feels like you are going to round it spray more penetrating fluid and wait.

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No. That's not it and neither is the one from the other thread. Those seems to be the check plug or drain plug.
The plug is very flat and it's body is hollow.
The oem plug has a WS on the head.
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No. That's not it and neither is the one from the other thread. Those seems to be the check plug or drain plug.
The plug is very flat and it's body is hollow.
The oem plug has a WS on the head.
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are you sure it's not 9034118059? it has the WS on it


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https://www.toyota-4runner.org/attac...d47714e489-jpg

These are them. Just did this a few months ago.
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The ebay one is it but it's been sold and cannot find it anywhere.
It does have the WS on it.
When I Google that part# one website shows a pic of the check plug and the other ten websites shows no pics which means I'm not buying it from that site.
Either I'm not bright enough to search for things online anymore or the internet gods are screwing around with me.
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https://www.toyota-4runner.org/attac...d47714e489-jpg

These are them. Just did this a few months ago.
Yup. That's it. The critter on the left along with it's o ring.
Ya got a part# or something?
Maybe a link to one for sale because apparently I'm not bright enough to find it. 😂
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Yup. That's it. The critter on the left along with it's o ring.
Ya got a part# or something?
Maybe a link to one for sale because apparently I'm not bright enough to find it. 😂
Man that part number is all messed up. It pulls up two different plugs. The correct one and the incorrect one. I would call your local dealer and have them check the part number. It must be superseded a while back or something.
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Man that part number is all messed up. It pulls up two different plugs. The correct one and the incorrect one. I would call your local dealer and have them check the part number. It must be superseded a while back or something.
I've called two dealers in my area and both have given me the wrong info.
At $3-$4 a piece I think I'll just buy both. 🙄
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I've called two dealers in my area and both have given me the wrong info.
At $3-$4 a piece I think I'll just buy both. ��
Please do and provide pics.

Although, you really shouldn’t need it. If I could remove the never removed exhaust manifold bolts from my 1993 dodge d250 w/ cast iron head and manifold after 30 years and 200k miles without any rounding or shearing, you can do it on your like new transmission fill plug.

This fill plug actually calls for a shallow socket because the hex head is so short. This reduces the chances of slipping off. I’d wager that people who rounded were not using a short socket and allowed the torque to result in side load and socket pushing off the head.

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I've called two dealers in my area and both have given me the wrong info.
At $3-$4 a piece I think I'll just buy both. 🙄
Then I would go to parts counter and look at them. Easy to spot the correct one with WS on it.
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Please do and provide pics.

Although, you really shouldn’t need it. If I could remove the never removed exhaust manifold bolts from my 1993 dodge d250 w/ cast iron head and manifold after 30 years and 200k miles without any rounding or shearing, you can do it on your like new transmission fill plug.

This fill plug actually calls for a shallow socket because the hex head is so short. This reduces the chances of slipping off. I’d wager that people who rounded were not using a short socket and allowed the torque to result in side load and socket pushing off the head.
This. Shallow quality socket and breaker bar. I was prepared for a real struggle, it was actually easy. Now the front diff hex socket was a totally different story. Had to air hammer it out after I snapped 3 hex sockets.
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This. Shallow quality socket and breaker bar. I was prepared for a real struggle, it was actually easy. Now the front diff hex socket was a totally different story. Had to air hammer it out after I snapped 3 hex sockets.
The next time you change the front diff fluid get a Lexus 90341-24016 front diff drain plug (at Lexus dealer or Lexus online) to replace the Toyota 90341-24014. The Lexus part is the same except it has a hex bolt head instead of the allen.
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And the replacement hex head front diff fill plug:
90341-18060
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