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Oil leak help

Postby Toyotaguy » Sat Dec 12, 2015 7:42 pm

I have a oil leak coming from behind my oil filter housing and I can't find but one of the seals behind the housing. The one I need before taking it apart is the bigger deal parts number 96732-31055 any may know a fix and somewhere that sells this seal. Seal is discontinued and I tried three different Toyota parts dealers
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Killtodie » Sat Dec 12, 2015 8:22 pm

15517-88380
96732-19019

http://stores.revolutionparts.com/toyotapartznet.com/


I just bought mine, but I wont be using them. Paid $13.
If you want, I can mail them to you for $10
This is for an ST165
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Toyotaguy » Sat Dec 12, 2015 9:01 pm

I can get the 96732-19019 but can't get the 96732-31055. What's the 15517-88380?
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Killtodie » Sat Dec 12, 2015 9:50 pm

Toyotaguy wrote:I can get the 96732-19019 but can't get the 96732-31055. What's the 15517-88380?


Dont remember which is which, but one is a small size oring, the other is the larger size oring.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Toyotaguy » Sat Dec 12, 2015 11:42 pm

I know the 19019 is the small one and the big one 31055 is the big one which has been discontinued.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby gtfour93 » Sun Dec 13, 2015 5:13 am

Killtodie wrote:
Toyotaguy wrote:I can get the 96732-19019 but can't get the 96732-31055. What's the 15517-88380?


Dont remember which is which, but one is a small size oring, the other is the larger size oring.


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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Toyotaguy » Sun Dec 13, 2015 5:18 am

Does the st185 o-ring fit the st-165 cause my parts guys says they don't cross reference...
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Killtodie » Sun Dec 13, 2015 5:17 pm

gtfour93 wrote:
Killtodie wrote:
Toyotaguy wrote:I can get the 96732-19019 but can't get the 96732-31055. What's the 15517-88380?


Dont remember which is which, but one is a small size oring, the other is the larger size oring.


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Yup, those are the two that I bought for my ST165, let me know if you want those.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby yyonline » Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:42 am

Try 96732-31060 or 15517-88380 as a possible replacement for the discontinued o-ring. 96732-31060 is from an early ST185, and 15517-88380 from a later ST185. I have the big O-ring for the ST185 in my parts collection. I measured it and it's 65mm outside diameter, 3mm thick, if this helps any.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Toyotaguy » Mon Dec 14, 2015 1:06 am

yyonline wrote:Try 96732-31060 or 15517-88380 as a possible replacement for the discontinued o-ring. 96732-31060 is from an early ST185, and 15517-88380 from a later ST185. I have the big O-ring for the ST185 in my parts collection. I measured it and it's 65mm outside diameter, 3mm thick, if this helps any.

I appreciate the info I'll maybe just order the one for the st185 and see how they match up
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Nate165 » Mon Dec 14, 2015 5:52 pm

I have the same problem, and you just gave me an idea on what to check out.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Killtodie » Mon Dec 14, 2015 5:56 pm

Nate165 wrote:I have the same problem, and you just gave me an idea on what to check out.



I thought I had this as a problem, but it was massive blow by and oil was coming out the dipstick shaft, even after being secured down with a spring.

It looked like it was leaking behind the filter, but after very careful cleaning and observation it turned out to be the dipstick.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Nate165 » Mon Dec 14, 2015 10:42 pm

How would you go about solving that? I'm still clueless
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Toyotaguy » Tue Dec 15, 2015 1:55 am

I spayed down the area real good with brake clean started it let it idle up to temp with a little bit of throttle and watched to see where the was fresh oil. Which mine ended up being obvious since I could see it pooling around the filter housing.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Killtodie » Tue Dec 15, 2015 5:38 pm

Toyotaguy wrote:I spayed down the area real good with brake clean started it let it idle up to temp with a little bit of throttle and watched to see where the was fresh oil. Which mine ended up being obvious since I could see it pooling around the filter housing.



Yeah, I power washed the engine bay, idled it, and looked for the leak.

If its a bad head gasket, or blow by, the leak will only happen under boost, so you should drive down the block at WOT, pull over, and look for leaks.
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