A google on the PN from the seal leads me to PN: 90304-83002, which is half of the PN for the 4runner part.
searching on the PN for image based results seems to confirm it is a general visual match, and yielded this Russian forum where someone is claiming this is the actual part...
I did find these markings on the shield
It's Koyo brand. With HXO84NI or HX084NI
I don't NEED the new shield, I was able to tap it onto my spare axle, but it would be nice to have a complete spare for swapping out without having to transfer over this shield (that at some point could become...
I had the dealer on the phone and they can't find a part number for this seal that is part of the CV shaft assembly.
You can see it pictured in the diagram on the dealer website, but they don't have a listing of other part numbers corresponding to the numbered items in the diagram.
I used some braded sleeving and these cable clips. You can't see it from inside the vehicle, and I really don't notice it from outside. The adhesive on the clips does seem to be genuine 3m VHB.
I do live in SoCal, so water and snow aren't something I need to worry about very often. I do have a...
You can bleed the brakes with a vacuum assisted system.... but probably easier just to have someone to help. They don't need to be a licensed driver, any kid who can press the brake pedal over and over should work.
I agree.... it might not allow much more than 7.5A to come through. I don't have the right equipment to test, but would be great if someone who did would see how many amps the diode will take before it pops.
A company called TE connectivity makes a handy little fuse holder that should make it...
I've been running that same diode for a few thousand miles now in my '03 LX... seems to be working well! I do get voltage readings every now and then on my Ultragauge of like 15.1 volts, but it's only for a brief moment. (I have an alert setup to let me know if voltage goes above 15, which is...
How has this setup been working? Picked up the same pump, and was thinking about doing this exact same install! Any perceived issues with the compressor being sideways? Any issues with heat from the engine bay being an issue?
I'm guessing the commutator bar has to be pulled off and pressed back on. Could be very difficult to do for a home-gamer. I'm not seeing an obvious keyway on the armature shaft or in the image of the replacement commutator.
I'd go with a generic one
I do have a reservoir for sale if you want to replace the whole thing :)
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If you have the snap ring off, it will come out. I ended up threading the nut back on with a smaller box wrench up against the back of the nut.. I then hit the wrench near where it is on the nut with a hammer and that was enough to pop the cylinder out.