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AT, Front/Rear Diffs, and T-Case Fluid changes with part numbers

Iím getting ready to perform fluid changes on the Auto Trans, Front/Rear Diffs, and Transfer Case and wanted to make sure I have the correct part numbers and quantities. Here goes:

00289-ATFWS - ATF WS Transmission Fluid (12-16 Quarts, depends on how many fluid changes needed and whether or not external trans cooler is used)
08885-02506 - 75-85WGear Oil (5 Quarts for Front and Rear Diffs)
08885-80306 - 75-90W Gear Oil (2 Quarts for Transfer Case)
35330-60050 - AT Strainer
90301-31014 - AT Strainer O-Ring
35168-60010 - AT Pan Gasket
12157-10010 - Washer, Rear Diff Fill
12157-10010 - Washer, Rear Diff Drain
12157-10010 - Washer, Front Diff Fill
90430-A0003 - Washer, Xfer Case Fill
90430-A0003 - Washer Xfer Case Drain
90430-24003 - Washer, Front Diff Drain
90341-18006 - Plug, Rear Diff Fill
90341-18006 - Plug, Xfer Case Fill
90341-18006 - Plug, Xfer Case Drain
90341-18057 - Plug, Rear Diff Drain
90341-24014 - Plug, Front Diff Drain
90341-18032 - Plug, Front Diff Fill

Iím going to be using this for the fluid changes. Should make it much easier than using a hand pump! https://www.motiveproducts.com/colle...-5-gallon-tank

If I missed something or wrote down a part number incorrectly please let me know.
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Re: AT, Front/Rear Diffs, and T-Case Fluid changes with part numbers

Hey Duc
I have 08885-81080 for the transfer case fluid (SAE75 as per the 2013 manual)
Also, 90430-18008 washers for the transfer case.

I do not know if these numbers are materially different to yours.
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Since you are in socal - can i come look when you do the work?

I want to do them in next 10k miles, would love to learn from you!
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Since you are in socal - can i come look when you do the work?

I want to do them in next 10k miles, would love to learn from you

I also a long time 748 and current 1199 rider 🙂
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Re: AT, Front/Rear Diffs, and T-Case Fluid changes with part numbers

Check your owners manual for fluid capacity.

I just changed all the oil from my 08 FJ running gear last week for about 6th time.
I always use Mobil 1 75W90 gear oil.
1.5 Qt front axle
1.5 Qt transfer case
3.0 Qt rear axle

I only do transmission oil pan drain and fill every 10k miles.
3.25 +/- Qt with only Toyota WS transmission fluid.
I do check level of fluid at a the required operation temperature per the Toyota Manual.

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Hey Duc
I have 08885-81080 for the transfer case fluid (SAE75 as per the 2013 manual)
Also, 90430-18008 washers for the transfer case.

I do not know if these numbers are materially different to yours.
You're correct on the T-Case Fluid (2010+ uses 75W instead of 75-90W)

The washer part # was changed from 90430-18008 to 90430-A0003.

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Ducrider,

Since you are in socal - can i come look when you do the work?

I want to do them in next 10k miles, would love to learn from you

I also a long time 748 and current 1199 rider 🙂
When are you thinking? I'm planning on doing it this week, took the week off work so that I can add new rear control arms, rear coils, LRA 30 gallon aux fuel tank, and a few other goodies. I'll be pretty busy!

Oh, and I just sold my Mulistrada. Loved that bike, but the FJ is much more comfortable

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Check your owners manual for fluid capacity.

I just changed all the oil from my 08 FJ running gear last week for about 6th time.
I always use Mobil 1 75W90 gear oil.
1.5 Qt front axle
1.5 Qt transfer case
3.0 Qt rear axle

I only do transmission oil pan drain and fill every 10k miles.
3.25 +/- Qt with only Toyota WS transmission fluid.
I do check level of fluid at a the required operation temperature per the Toyota Manual.
Ok, I'm planning on doing a full fluid exchange on the Trans. I'm adding an external trans cooler and figured it's the perfect time.

I plan on checking TIS to make sure all of this is correct before going forward. More to follow!
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Hey Duc
I have 08885-81080 for the transfer case fluid (SAE75 as per the 2013 manual)
I noticed this fluid is quite expensive. I'm one that usually goes OEM on these things, BUT the cost of this fluid is OUTRAGEOUS! Cheapest I can find is $57 for a 1L Can.

I did some research and found that Ravenol makes one that is within spec for Toyota's that use the 75W version. It's only $18L, which is much more reasonable. See here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...A3NWHGHN360KCD
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Re: AT, Front/Rear Diffs, and T-Case Fluid changes with part numbers

Done my transfer case and diffs twice now. Highly recommend the Lucas synthetic 75-140 gear oil. Transmission had flushed by dealer. Mileage is now 202,281.
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Done my transfer case and diffs twice now. Highly recommend the Lucas synthetic 75-140 gear oil. Transmission had flushed by dealer. Mileage is now 202,281.
Everything I've read says use 75W only in 2010+ T-Case. Also should use 75-85W in Diffs. What made you go with 75-140? Seems kinda high.

Here's what TIS says for my 2013 Diffs and T-Case
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