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Dont forget to mention the "MR2 club, or Supra club" discount, you will usually save an addition 10%-20% under MSRP.
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AWESOME!
Very helpful thread!
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Can someone help me w/ a part no. for the little rubber bumper that looks kinda like a Rollo (the chocolate caramel in a roll candy) that goes in the rear door near the child lock switch. If that desc. is confusing I can take a pic.

Don't know when I lost it, just noticed today that it wasn't there.

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Can someone help me w/ a part no. for the little rubber bumper that looks kinda like a Rollo (the chocolate caramel in a roll candy) that goes in the rear door near the child lock switch. If that desc. is confusing I can take a pic.

Don't know when I lost it, just noticed today that it wasn't there.

Thanks, every/anyone.
I'm not for certain what you're talking about, there is a part spreadsheet of the rear door that should help on the answer.

2002 IS300: OEM Body (REAR DOOR PANEL & GLASS) Replacement Parts

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Oh, nice. Didn't know Sewell had exploded diagrams like that.

The part is 90541-09063. Looks like it's used on a couple Toyotas so hopefully it'll be in stock at a local dealer.

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no problem. I actually have sewell's site bookmarked because of it's great images and lists.

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I found this funny...

So I picked up the "cushion" from the Toyota dealer today. It was $.25 over full MSRP, which is a bit considering it's a $3 part. The comedy (to me at least) is that they have pet supplies in the parts department, and they're priced extremely well!

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Just in case anyone needs this here's the part number for the rubber plug that goes over the rear rotor parking brake adjustment hole: 47491-22020
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Very helpfull

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Does anyone know the ignition coil part number from toyota to fit the is300?

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I'm looking for the part # to the gasket in the blue circle. Mine is torn in half from heat. thanks. I really doubt I'll get an answer but worth a try.
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I'm looking for the part # to the gasket in the blue circle. Mine is torn in half from heat. https://my.is/forums/attachment.php?a...1&d=1385158560 thanks. I really doubt I'll get an answer but worth a try.
Unfortunately I don't believe there is one. I've looked into this in then past and found nothing through Toyota, Lexus, or any of my online resources. You don't actually need a gasket there anyways because the cover and throttle body surface is machined, but you can use some silicone adhesive if you want. It's only a bypass for the air assist for fuel atomization. Mine has been gone for 6+ years. Sorry, not the answer you was hoping for.

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Unfortunately I don't believe there is one. I've looked into this in then past and found nothing through Toyota, Lexus, or any of my online resources. You don't actually need a gasket there anyways because the cover and throttle body surface is machined, but you can use some silicone adhesive if you want. It's only a bypass for the air assist for fuel atomization. Mine has been gone for 6+ years. Sorry, not the answer you was hoping for.
I've searched to which is why I asked here. Maybe ill just put some kind of sealant around the plate. thanks again.
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I've searched to which is why I asked here. Maybe ill just put some kind of sealant around the plate. thanks again.
Yea, it's pretty strange Lexus/Toyota doesn't offer that gasket and I have searched for like a week trying to find a PN. I was told you do not need a gasket by a Lexus tech for that cavity because of how the surfaces are machined and the fact it's just the air assist for the fuel. If I find anything different I will shoot you a PM.

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Fuel Injector O-Ring - Toyota 90301-07024 (2 per injector, 12 total) 3$ a piece
Fuel Rail Plastic Spacer - Toyota 90561-08009 (3 total) 3$ a piece
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