|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Item model number||90915YZZD1|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||90915YZZD1|
|OEM Part Number||Toyota%90915YZZD1OE|
Toyota Genuine Parts 90915YZZD1 Oil Filter
|Product Grade||Performance Part|
|Item Weight||0.5 Pounds|
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||DaytonaToyota||Amazon.com||Northern Lights Auto Supply||DaytonaToyota|
|Item Dimensions||0 x 0 x 0 inches||15.5 x 6.5 x 4 inches||3.1 x 3.1 x 3.51 inches||15.5 x 6.5 x 4.5 inches||15.5 x 6.5 x 4 inches|
|Part Type ID||5340||—||5340||—||—|
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Some say that this makes it an inferior filter while others say it's a better design. I'm not a filtration expert so I can't say either way. So I have to go on my gut feeling; I could be wrong, but based on having many Toyota/Lexus vehicles in the family over the years, I don't think Toyota is going to put their name on a cheaply made oil filter to save a few cents or dollars. Their reputation is that of a company that that manufactures long-lasting vehicles based on excellent engineering and the use of quality parts. I would suggest watching such videos oneself and drawing your own conclusions. I ordered this one this time for my 2003 Toyota Camry 3.0 after using whatever was cheapest for years.
As for my personal experience, having installed them a few times myself on my 1999 Toyota Sienna, they are solid, weighty, and can take harsh use. Of course you should change your filter every oil change on scheduled intervals. Mine have been stuck on pretty tough every time. The flimsy Fram Toyota oil filter wrenches do nothing but slip around. If you know my engine (1MZ-FE), the filter is in a very awkward position, under the front exhaust manifold. Not easy to just grab and twist. Turns out that neoprene gloves, a strong grip, and a 5min struggle while hugging the exhaust manifold worked out best. Leave a good review if you find a wrench that works well in stuck situations.
The filter gasket come pre-lubricated with grease and is sealed with plastic to keep dust and dirt out of the filter. I dabbed fresh engine oil on it anyway. Screws in smooth.
If you're looking for an OEM Toyota filter and this is the right model number for your car, you'll be pleased with this listing.
By Avery St. Clair on July 24, 2020
Remember you'll need the little fiber washer for the drain plug on the engine or it WILL leak.
It would be great if, like buying from the dealer, if these were included with the filter. The washers are essential...
I hate the quality of the aftermarket junk thats out there. Biggest key difference is the o-ring seal. Factory comes pre-lubed and is very flexible and easily rotates in its groove. This greatly reduces the change of pinching the o-ring on the side of the filter during install. Also there are countless video comparison of the internal filtering and pressure relieving systems between OE and aftermarket.