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Timing Chain convince me otherwise.

Discussion in '2.5 Gen Tundras (2014-2021)' started by Rebel Tundra Man, Nov 2, 2020.

  1. Jun 10, 2024 at 8:56 PM
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    OBXTACO

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    The heat exchanger pipe is the larger pipe on top between the intake and the top of the timing case. It is only about 4 inches long, but it has an o-ring on both ends. P/N: 96761-35035 I practiced installing a few times to make sure it would go smoothly with the glue on the parts. I must have disturbed the tube some how. I will be pulling the intake off in the morning. I will then put a little water back in to see exactly where the water is coming from. I will have to clean and reseal the valley. But that is better than cracking that timing case again. I also need the part number for the intake manifold gasket. I have P/N: 17171-0S030. It appears to be for the right side. I don't the part number for the left side. Would you happen to know?
     
  2. Jun 10, 2024 at 11:01 PM
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    Did you try here? Put in your year, make and model? Type in the part number (or cut and paste). See what the schematics show? I think this shows both side part numbers for an '09-2020 5.7L.

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  3. Jun 11, 2024 at 9:06 AM
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    I have looked at this. The numbers in the diagram don't equate to the actual part easily. e.g. The picture shows a different number for the right side vs. what I have listed above. I may just suck it up and get the felpro set. They are much closer than the dealer. I live in Rural AZ. Now I am looking at possible issues down the road for knock sensors if I disturb them. They are 150 each at toyota.
    I have also watched a video that says don't try to disconnect them from the harness, just remove them as a whole...
     
  4. Jun 11, 2024 at 3:20 PM
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    Is this the knock sensor? Or are they these two I'm pointing at in the second photo? I unplugged all sensors from the engine and valve covers, but left them plugged into the harnesses. I did get the two sensor plugs on the driver's side that go into the top front of the valve cover reversed and had a check engine light. I switched them back and the light/codes went away. That was my only issue on reassembly. Best of luck! This is the code if the camshaft position sensors are plugged in the wrong plugs.

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