- Jan 14, 2007
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it says they got to drain and refill the oil and coolant. They will fill it with toyota 5w30 conventinal. I run synthetic.
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No pics, but the TSB say it's "where Bank 1 cylinder head, engine block, and timing cover meet."
When facing your engine, it's on your left (passenger side). See the diagram on page 4 of the TSB in the first post.
Mine was grimy behind and below the pulley on the vane pump assembly. If you crawn under your truck, you can look up and see how dirty it is up there!
Don't know if I can get a good shot of it, but I'll try...
Front Top View:
Bottom Side View:
Pull what motor? They dont pull the motor out the truck to fix that leak. It is all done inside the engine bay.Just had my X checked by the dealer and they confirmed my leak was covered by this TSB.
I have to go back in next Monday for them to pull the motor and fix it! :thumpdown:
At least they'll give me a loaner while it's being done.
Most entended warranties will work with you on having it fixed but they may not cover all the labor. That would be soimething you have to check with them on when you bring it to the dealer. The NST pully has nothen to do with the oil leak on the TSB. The crank seal can get pinched real easily installing another pully.will the toyota extended warranty cover this? mine started leaking after the nst pully installed.
That's what the guy at the service counter said and that's what was on the TBS the gave me said, but I talked with the mechanic and they said that you can do it all in the bay.Pull what motor? They dont pull the motor out the truck to fix that leak. It is all done inside the engine bay.
Kicking this thread. Yeah, I've got this leak too. ~210k miles myself. Going to call them just to ask. I'm replacing the timing chain and head gaskets anyways. Just curious what they say