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post #16 of 111 (permalink) Old 03-30-2007, 09:44 AM
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I'm pretty sure the IS300 Serpentine Belt part# is:
99366-D1930

I have a list at home with all my other parts, I'll cross check and post any differences.. (if any)

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Ok, I need 2 part numbers.


O= <--- Is what it looks like. It sits on the shocks in the rear and is metal tubing and the circle part is hard rubber. The metal tubing slides over the shock.


My foglight bulb melted the harness it sat in. I need the part of the wiring harness the goes from the foglight bulb to the clip in the wheel well.

I know its all pretty vague, my apologies.


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Ok, I updated / added some stuff, including:

The Plug part number I had before was the platinum, no the unobtanium one.

The 99366-D1930 Serp belt number is Lexus only, the 90919-A2007 is a good Toyota number.

The Key ring bulb # 90010-01044 is another Lexus number. Its a common Toyota bulb "74" style. One can go to Sylvania.com to get all the bulb applications there.

Thanks for the input guys!
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How about the number for the fog relay on IS300

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hey guys, anyone of the part numbers for the following?:

exhaust manifold (lexus part number: 17140-46080)
y-pipe 2 in front and 1 in rear. (lexus part number: 17510-46580)

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Thought, I would chime in a bid since I have been ordering OE parts left and right for the rebuild.

Camseals for the VVT-i heads are different. The part no listed (90311-40020)is for the exhaust side. I just ordered two of them yesterday and came to find out it doesn't work for the VVt-i shaft.


A few more parts I acquired

Lower Oil Pan Bolts - 90119-06624
Waterpump Bypass Pipe No1 Bolt - 90105-06164
O- Ring for No1 Bypass pipe to the head - 96761-24028
Coolant Outlet Pipe Gasket - 16343-46020
Crush Washer/Gasket Oil Pipe from Block to VVT-i Solenoid 90430-16012
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Thats some good info to know,

Got it book marked

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subscribed. +rep. good info guys!
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i got another oil filter number and price for ya. i finialy found out the differnce between these filters...

90915-YZZG1 - Oil filter - 7.57 list - 4.95 actual

the YZZD1 is supposed to be for internal use at dealerships only, the YZZG1 (so im told by the parts manager from Priority Toyota) is the filter they are told by toyota to sell over the counter. same filter, it just has applications stamped on the D1 filter that the G1 doesnt have, but its the exact same filter. i bought 3 of them yesterday heh

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"90915-YZZG1 - Oil filter - 7.57 list - 4.95 actual"

MSRP on the G1 is $5.41 Most dealers have a profit bump on their parts. We sell them for $7.57 also.

Yeah, the G1's are USA made and the D1's are made in Thailand. I heard that the D1's were for the Sienna a few years ago, maybe to address a sludge problem?. Now the book says to use G1's on Sienna. Anyways. G1,D1,D3,B9's -all the same. I think I got 1 B9 left (made in Japan)
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All,
I noticed the part number for the timing belt tensioner below. Are you supposed to replace this as well when changing out the timing belt for your 90K service? Anything else to replace in that area other than the water pump?

Secondly, I had to replace the rear axle on my IS about 1K ago and I also replaced the clutch. Not knowing about the importance of replacing the flywheel, nor advised by the mechanic, I now have a irritating noise unless I push the clutch in about 2 inches. I have now driven on the new clutch about 1K. Will I need to replace a new clutch when purchasing a flywheel? That is assuming the noise is infact the flywheel.

Any comments or recommendations are greatly appreciated.
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I noticed the part number for the timing belt tensioner below. Are you supposed to replace this as well when changing out the timing belt for your 90K service? Anything else to replace in that area other than the water pump?

Secondly, I had to replace the rear axle on my IS about 1K ago and I also replaced the clutch. Not knowing about the importance of replacing the flywheel, nor advised by the mechanic, I now have a irritating noise unless I push the clutch in about 2 inches. I have now driven on the new clutch about 1K. Will I need to replace a new clutch when purchasing a flywheel? That is assuming the noise is infact the flywheel.

Any comments or recommendations are greatly appreciated.
that noise from what i'm told is perfectly normal (it's not the flywheel but the throwout bearing). i took my car into lexus like 3 times to try to have them fix it, but they basically told me if i didn't like it, to sell the car. bunch of a$$holes...

anyway... big thanks nautox, i'll be putting this list to use for my 90k svc. coming up too. +rep


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Here are two more to add. I posted these up in another water pump related thread, but figured they'd be more relevant here:

O-rings for water pump:
9676124028
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Thanks! added the water pump o-rings. I'll check on the 90311-40020 Cam #
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Here are two more to add. I posted these up in another water pump related thread, but figured they'd be more relevant here:

O-rings for water pump:
9676124028
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good deal, thanks man. i'm gonna need those here soon. i just hit 87k!

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