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2nd Gen Oil Change: Chilton

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tundras (2007-2013)' started by Nor7, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. Jan 28, 2016 at 7:41 AM
    #1
    Nor7

    Nor7 [OP] Chilton Manual Guy

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    Remove the 3 screws and 5 bolts.

    • Unhook the engine under cover from the vehicle body as shown in the illustration.
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    Connect a hose with an inside diameter of 15 mm (0.591 in.) to the pipe.

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      Install the pipe to the oil filter cap.

      NOTE
      HINT:

      Use a container to catch the draining oil.



      NOTE
      If the O-ring is removed with the drain plug, install the O-ring together with the pipe.

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      Check that oil is drained from the oil filter. Then disconnect the pipe and remove the O-ring, as shown in the illustration.
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      Using SST, remove the oil filter cap.


      SST
      09228-06501
      NOTE
      Do not remove the oil filter bracket clip.

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      Remove the oil filter element and O-ring from the oil filter cap.

      NOTE
      Be sure to remove the O-ring for the cap by hand, without using any tools, to prevent damage to the cap's O-ring groove.

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    Clean the inside of the oil filter cap, its threads and its O-ring groove.

    • Apply a small amount of engine oil to a new O-ring and install it to the oil filter cap.
    • Set a new oil filter element to the oil filter cap.
    • Remove any dirt or foreign matter from the installation surface of the engine.
    • Apply a small amount of engine oil to the O-ring again and temporarily install the oil filter cap.
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      Using SST, tighten the oil filter cap.


      SST
      09228-06501
      Torque


      Nm kgf.cm ft. lbs
      25


      255


      18


      NOTE
      • When tightening the oil filter cap, do not remove the oil filter bracket clip.

      • Make sure that the oil filter is installed securely as shown in the illustration.

      • Be careful that the O-ring does not get caught between any surrounding parts.
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      Apply a small amount of engine oil to a new drain plug O-ring, and install it to the oil filter cap.

      NOTE
      Before installing the O-ring, remove any dirt or foreign matter from the installation surface of the oil filter cap.

    • Install the oil filter drain plug.

      Torque


      Nm kgf.cm ft. lbs
      13


      127


      9


      NOTE
      Be careful that the O-ring does not get caught between any surrounding parts.

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    Hook the engine under cover to the vehicle body as shown in the illustration.

    • Install the 3 screws and 5 bolts.

      Torque


      for bolt
      Nm
      kgf.cm ft. lbs
      29


      296


      21


      for screw
      Nm
      kgf.cm inch lbs.
      3.0


      31


      27
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  2. Jan 29, 2016 at 9:24 AM
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    csuviper

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    Pulling off the oil filter cover makes a mess. No way around it.
     
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  3. Jan 29, 2016 at 10:54 AM
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    Nor7

    Nor7 [OP] Chilton Manual Guy

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    I was able to get it off with relatively little mess, I drained the pan first and drained the cap through the center after removing the filter plug.
     
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