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Thread: Mark II/Chaser/Cresta JZX100/105 service tips

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    Default Mark II/Chaser/Cresta JZX100/105 service tips

    I think it will useful to create thread with some little service tips. Not much information available for these vehicles in English, especially for non-turbo models.

    Mark II, JZX105
    Engine: 1JZ
    Air Filter:
    North American analog: WIX 46017, Fram CA7351, DENSO 1432081
    OEM part# 17801-46070

    Original filter which came from Japan was DENSO V9112-0016, tried to find North American analog and Google gave me only Japanese and Russian webpages.
    Toyota part# also didn't give any result, this number is unknown for N.A. Toyota dealers.
    But TRD air filter webpage (http://www.trdparts.jp/english/parts_airfilter.html) gave me TRD part# 17801-JX010 and I found that exactly same TRD air filter is used in Toyota Harrier (2003 and below), it means Lexus RX300 (1999-2003) uses the same filter.

    So, I get WIX 46017 and it fits perfect. On the picture original looks bigger because it was closer to the camera.

    ATF change
    If you just drain oil and not removing pan you will need 4L of Toyota Type-IV
    Also it is better to put new drain plug gasket, part# 35178-30010 (available at Toyota dealership)
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    Wow. Very helpful Megatol! Thanks. Are you selling yours?? I saw one just like yours on the 'jeej for a ridiculously cheap price, for what you get.

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    Yes, that's mine. Kind of conducting market research without much of success. :-)
    I was thinking to try to sell it and if it sells get something turbo for the summer (since I've never had turbo vehicle except turbo-diesel, decided to try it out). But if not, will continue to drive it, I still like Mark II

    Now I'm trying to get parts from Japan and US for the timing belt change (including sparks, ignition wires, valve cover gaskets etc), while mine still has 66000 km I decided to change it because it looks like it is still original.
    Last edited by Megatol; 05-07-2013 at 06:39 AM.
    99 TLC Prado
    07 Honda Pilot

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    I found that JZX100.com contained the most information about JZX's. Australians mostly but great site for info.

    This probably doesn't help non turbo much because who doesn't buy the turbo model :P Its the New Owners Handbook for JZX90/JZX100

    http://www.users.on.net/~isaac.mille...andbook_v1.pdf

    But check the forums out there as well if you haven't already.
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    Yes, I knew about JZX100.com but I have non-turbo so it doesn't really help me.
    I'm reading Russian forums which have much more information because hundreds of thousands Marks II/Chasers/Crestas are in Russia, so community is much bigger.

    I even have 500 pages official repair manual which describes every possible model: 2.0L, 2.5L, 3.0L, turbo, diesel. It has all schemas, electric diagrams etc but this book in Russian

    Information is not a problem for me, main problem to find parts here in Canada. That is why, for example, I described air filter, because knowing OEM part# doesn't really help here.
    99 TLC Prado
    07 Honda Pilot

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    Ya that's the same deal as the X100's being difficult to find parts. If you have the JDM part number North Shore Toyota in Auckland New Zealand can source anything OEM that's not discountinued for a reasonable price. I purchased my OEM CHASER rear badge as well as the Trunk Toyota Badge from them.
    93 GC8A 5spd Graphite Gray Pearl! (SOLD)
    04 SG5 Manual Forester XT
    97 JZX100 5spd Toyota Chaser Tourer V!

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    Great thread, I hope we can collect a lot more info about servicing the JZX series here.

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    This is an excellent post, thanks Megatol! (Soon to be owner of GX100)

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