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Old 07-19-2010, 03:26 AM   #1
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FYI - the 10th Gen 1.8L has a re-usable oil filter canister.............I have managed to remove it with the wrenches I have but, last time in the dealer for the pedal recall, i was curious if they sold the wrench for it?

this dealer didn't carry them......was told to call a toll free number to purchase the wrench:

1-800-933-8335 (8AM - 6 PM)


I haven't called it yet....just passing on the info, just in case somebody needs this tool.
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Old 07-19-2010, 05:11 PM   #2
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well, since i was still curious, i called the no. and got the part no. for the oil filter wrench........and found out the price as well:

part #09228-06500-02

$38 + $20 shipping

Total approx. $58 (wow!)
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Old 07-20-2010, 01:35 AM   #3
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Can't you just use a crescent wrench?
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Old 07-20-2010, 03:26 AM   #4
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yes, a large crescent or a pair of slip jaws........ the canister also has about a 3/4 or 1 inch reverse socket hole in the center (which might be for the special tool they sell, I'm guessing)

since the canister is made of a plastic resin, got to be careful with force.....and of course guess who gets them on too tight occaisionally......yes, the dealer (it pisses you off)
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Old 08-30-2010, 07:08 PM   #5
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well, since i was still curious, i called the no. and got the part no. for the oil filter wrench........and found out the price as well:

part #09228-06500-02

$38 + $20 shipping

Total approx. $58 (wow!)
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i only paid like 10 bucks... or so. i know for sure it was under 20 bucks from a local toyota dealer. if anyone needs the filter wrench, should check out the dealer first to see if they have one and for a REASONABLE price. ones i got from auto part stores didnt fit (didnt have correct size)
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Old 08-31-2010, 02:17 AM   #6
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Hey K&N is wrench on!! I believe its a 1in box in wrench and it works fine. But i'm pretty sure they are more expensive than Fram...I dont know why (other than a name brand) but I used one in my Jeep once.
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Old 02-27-2011, 06:16 PM   #7
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hey Matt, check if ur dealer has these oil wrenches for the tmt gang?

my dealer delaware doesn't carry them!
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ok. i'll look and see prices. its like a giant cup socket that fits on. then you replace 2 seals, and new filter and put it on. i might do a DIY.....
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Hey, here is the part they use for WAY LESS!!

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I have the above oil wrench, but today, still couldn't remove the canister .....called the dealer and told them i was pissed .....took it into them and they couldn't remove the canister ....they said it was siezed up and they had to cut it off

so, i got a new canister and new filter @ no charge .....and, i dared them to overtighten it

anyway, the mechanic recommeded that i loosen the canister when the engine is cool, its his experience that it comes off easier ...then he said to drive the car to heat up the oil before doing the oil change, filter should come right off

we'll see?
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we have had this problem a few times..... i but a breaker bar on it and got it loose.... the thing is, it can only go so tight, so there is really, no overtightening it.
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yeah, when the engine is hot, the plastic resin canister swells up more than the aluminum it screws into ............i used a 1/2 in. breaker bar today and all it did was strip the edges of the canister ....it was siezed in there

you're right tho matt, it screws down until it bottoms out with ring seal flush against the aluminum cup

just poor engineering ...what was wrong with the standard oil filter i wonder?
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