2012 Sequoia Limited Build in MN

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106100 miles, oil change and tire rotation today.

Also replaced the plastic oil filter housing with aluminum. Good to go!



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Very cool! I have the metal body I bought for my Tundra and never used. I went to install it when I did my first oil change and it was already there.
 
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What’s the part number for the metal filter housing?
 
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What a boring vehicle. Updates:

I needed to replace the front blower motor, it started squealing when temps were cold...yawn, easy.

New set of tires on order. 275/55R20 Kenda Klever A/T2 KR 628 XLs. My brother can get them for $170 each from his distributor, can't pass that up for extra load tires. Pics will be posted when installed.

Tire Link: Automotive Tires, Passenger Car Tires, Light Truck Tires, UHP Tires | Automotive | Kenda Tires | Klever A/T2 - https://automotive.kendatire.com/en-us/find-a-tire/onoff-road-off-road/klever-at2/

Changed the oil a few times, replaced the air filter, rotated tires, yawn. Now at 112K miles.

Used it camping / fishing a few times. She Performed so boringly reliable, I wonder why I am even posting this. :)


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Great thread! I've done most of the maintenance things you've done as well, serp belt, plugs, metal oil filter housing, all fluids in diffs, tranny drain and fill. Like you said, boring stuff, great vehicle! :D
I'm at about 124k miles.
One thing I'd like to do is get into the rear hatch and clean and lube the rails for hatch window, just get control of the slight rusting and corrosion going on in there before it starts making things break or lock up and affect my window. I replaced my back up lights with some super bright LED bulbs and I could see into the hatch door through the taillight openings.......there is some rust but nothing crazy.













 
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