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Does anyone on here know of a link of a Lexus OEM parts wholesaler? Please PM me if you do... Thanks!
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Got it thanks!
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I just met 90k this weekend...sucks...but this would be a perfect time to put my HKS cam in as well!

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the mighty 90k is stressing me out, too...

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I finally did the whole thing...
  • timing belt,
  • hydraulic tensioner,
  • pulley,
  • idler,
  • thermostat and seal,
  • all the seals - crank, cam,
  • drive belt & idler

the labor was 450 and so were the parts I burned 900$ - nothing was wrong but I just did the whole thing to be safe, it runs strong.
here is what i got changed but there are things that were not on the invoice that the threads regarding 90K said maybe needed.

here are the items or parts that were changed:
timing belt
timing belt idler pulley
thermostat
alleternator drive belt
waterpump
enginer filter (where the black colored snake looking box in the engine)
in-cabin AC filter (glove box)
trans fluid
coolant fluid
engine oil fluid
engine oil filter
brake fluid
wiper inserts
rear differential fluid (i thought i have both front and rear.. haha.. i am such a noob)


things or parts that were not included in the invoice that i found may be needed from reading the threads:
pcv valve (??)
pcv grommet (??)
o-ring (#1) for waterpump bypass (x2) (??)
o-ring (#3) for water pump bypass (??)
serptine belt tensioner (do I need this??)
timing belt hydraulic tensioner ( I will get this done since I did not know it was not included)
thermostat grommet (??)


hope this info helps the next guy

am i missing anything??? thanks.

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How much did that cost you? Did you just change the things up to the differential fluid?

Dealer or independent shop?

I'm going to my mechanic this weekend. They're quoting me ~$900 for the timing belt, water pump, seals, and tensioner.

Spark plugs and wires would be an additional $120 or so.
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Ok since it is hard to find a complete list for 90k that everyone seems to agree on. See below?

1. Timing Belt: Part No. 13568-49036
2. Timing Tentioner: Part No. 13540-46030
3. Idler: Part No. 13505-46041
4. Drive Belt: Part No. 99366-D1930
5. Water Pump: Part No. 16100-49876-83
6. T/Stat: Part No. 90916-03093
7. T/Stat Gasket: Part No. 16325-62010
8. PCV 5/2000-5/2001: Part No. 12204-46030
9. PCV 5/2001 and up: Part No. 12204-46031
10. PCV Grommet: Part No. 90480-18001
11. O-Rings Bypass Pipe: Part No. 96761-24022 (Qty=2)
12. O-Ring Bypass Outlet: Part No. 96761-24028
13. Serepentine Tensioner: Part No. 16620-0W025
14. Air Filter Part No. 17801-46080
15. A/C Filter Part No. 87139-48020-83
16. 2 Camshaft Seals Part No. 90311-40020
17. 1 Crankshaft Seal Part No. 90311-46001
18. 2 Gallons "TOYOTA LONG LIFE" Coolant Part No. 00272-SLLC2
19. Spark Plugs - Denso -> SK16R P11 (Toyota Part # 90919-01219) (Qty=6)

This way, everyone that needs a 90k service knows exactly what parts to order. Is there anything else that is needed, or something that is too much? Might as well change the spark plugs @ 90k since that is what lexus rates them at.
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So I'm back. Got the timing belt, tensioner, water pump, spark plugs, serpentine belt, valve cover gaskets replaced (it was leaking badly).

Total $1000 even. All OEM parts.
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is there some sort of gasket for the water pump that gets replaced, or needs to be sealed overnight?

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is there some sort of gasket for the water pump that gets replaced, or needs to be sealed overnight?
I saw that the water pump did come with a bag of seals. Don't know about sealing overnight though.
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So I'm back. Got the timing belt, tensioner, water pump, spark plugs, serpentine belt, valve cover gaskets replaced (it was leaking badly).

Total $1000 even. All OEM parts.
make sure you go tthe HYDRAULIC TENSIONER and the TENSIONER BEARING (ider pulley)

Do not get it confused like me....

good luck...

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make sure you go tthe HYDRAULIC TENSIONER and the TENSIONER BEARING (ider pulley)

Do not get it confused like me....

good luck...

rey
was that included in post #22?

do you know anything about the water pump gasket?

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make sure you go tthe HYDRAULIC TENSIONER and the TENSIONER BEARING (ider pulley)

Do not get it confused like me....

good luck...

rey
which one is which?
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