View Full Version : 91 GTFour re-seal

01-01-2012, 06:55 PM
Hey guys,

Happy New YEAR!!!

I need a complete reseal kit for my JDM gen2 RC motor? Water pump, T-belt and anything else needed while this engine is out.


01-01-2012, 07:06 PM
Can you also provide the part number for the oil pump, hydraulic tensioner, tensioner bearing, idler bearing, thermostat and gasket, fuel filter, distributor seal kit, and 1 tube of FIPG. I know I'm forgetting something.

I keep missing the damn sales by days! last one was before, this one is days after :(

my timing sucks...lol

Aaron Willis
01-02-2012, 08:27 PM
Happy new year to you too! Your timing is bad? Ours is no better; that last sale flyer was sent out two days AFTER the sale ended, even though I cancelled the mailer when it became apparent that it wasn't going out on time - and don't get me started on how the problem is being "addressed" with the website provider.

Anyway...take a deep breath, kid, put on your smily face... :blueupset:

Your car calls for gasket set 04111-74410 but that's not available to us. I see no reason you couldn't use the equivalent US-market set, 04111-74170. For a total reseal, you'll want an engine overhaul gasket set, an oil pump shaft seal, an oil pump o-ring, a tube of FIPG sealant, and a distributor o-ring and distributor cap packing. Toyota does not address the internal distributor seal, but you can get a rebuild kit from Kbox, and his kit includes the o-ring and packing. It's also worth mentioning that fuel injector o-rings are not included in the overhaul gasket set.

Anything marked with an asterisk is included in the overhaul gasket set. If you are not going to yard the cylinder head and/or replace the valve stem seals it may be smarter to buy all the seals and gaskets piecemeal.

04111-74170 - Engine overhaul gasket set
13568-79045 - Timing belt
90311-35040 - Cam seal (order two)*
90080-31022 - Crank seal (front)*
11383-88381 - Rear main seal retainer gasket*
90080-31073 - Rear Main Seal*
15197-63021 - Oil pump to block gasket*
13540-88382 - Timing belt tensioner
13505-88383 - Timing belt idler no.1
13503-63011 - Timing belt idler no.2
16100-79127 - Water pump
90916-03075 - Thermostat
99363-90760-83 - PS belt
90916-02340 - Alt/AC belt
16282-88380 - Hose From Hell On Earth
16283-88381 - Hose From Hell
16258-88383 - Gasket between HFH fitting and oil cooler*
96732-19019 - Oil cooler bracket to block inner o-ring*
15517-88380 - Oil cooler bracket to block outer o-ring*
15785-35010 - Oil cooler to bracket inner gasket*
90301-52006 - Oil cooler to bracket outer o-ring*
11213-88381 - Valve cover gasket, outer*
11214-88381 - Valve cover gasket, inner*
15100-88382 - Oil pump
00295-00103 - FIPG sealant
90099-14090 - Distributor o-ring
19127-74040 - Distributor packing
90301-14006 - Fuel injector o-ring (order four)
90301-17007 - Fuel injector o-ring (order four)
23291-75010 - Fuel injector insulator (order eight)
23845-88380 - Fuel injector insulator, lower (order four)
15165-88382 - Oil pump shaft seal**
15188-03011 - Oil pump o-ring**

**included with the oil pump

Is that everything you had in mind?

01-02-2012, 09:11 PM
I hear ya, way to keep your composure :)

That's great, thanks for adding in the Hose from hell on earth and others...lol.

Your suggestions are noted, thanks Aaron, yeah that should do it. You'll see my order soon.


Aaron Willis
01-02-2012, 09:19 PM
I hear ya, way to keep your composure :)That's not the only way. I have gone from microbrews to PBR, on through utility grade bourbon, finally landing at moonshine. No kidding. They carry a commercial moonshine at the local (state run) bottle shops.

It's good enough.

02-01-2012, 12:25 AM
Thanks for everything, you guys never miss a thing or get anything wrong, thanks much! I hope everything with the webpage worked out for you, I've been focused on getting my RC on the road and havent really had time to browse the forums lately.

One question, not sure if I asked but which part number should be for a 91 RC fuel filter ? 23300-19225 (which I bought...lol) or 23300-16240 in the car? Please and thank you.


Aaron Willis
02-01-2012, 01:14 AM
You're very welcome - thank you! I am not sure how you ended up with that 23300-19225 fuel filter, since it applies to a 4AFE powered car, whereas yours calls for 23300-79235. There may be no difference other than the bracket. 23300-16240 appears to be either an internal part number or an industrial (forklift?) part. I opened a few boxes here and found that the part number on the box is very often not the number on the sticker applied to the filter itself.

Just for kicks, what part number is on the new filter (on the part, not the box) that you got from us?

02-01-2012, 10:46 PM
I'll have a look inside the box tonight, I totally forgot yesterday.

Can you do me another favor? I need the part number for gasket between the 20b turbo and the downpipe, what's the CT26 part number too? I might have to try and locate in town here because I need this part yesterday. How fast can you ship one to me?


Aaron Willis
02-01-2012, 10:55 PM
The part number is 17279-88381 regardless. I am not a turbo head and don't know (and/or can't remember) what all CT-whatsits come from which car/engine combo, but the only one we can get is 17279-88381 anyway, and it works on either Gen2 or Gen3. If you need it right away you're better off buying locally unless maybe Kbox can fling one to you faster and/or cheaper than your local dealership can.

02-01-2012, 11:18 PM
Im pretty certain the (steel wheel CT26) is on all the North American cars. The (ceramic wheel CT26) was used in Japan till 94 when they switched to CT20b's ( ceramic also) in Japan. I'm not sure the rest of the world.

I tried calling Jody at Kbox, no answer. I called Stampede Toyota here in Calgary and the dude said they have one in Vancouver, would be overnight before 1:30pm. At least I could have it here by Friday. Its like $75CAD ....frigin hiway robbery!! I hate buying anything in Canada...lol

Ill double check that its the same part you gave me. Thanks so much Aaron, I really appreciate your help.


Aaron Willis
02-01-2012, 11:41 PM
No problem. Thanks for the clarification. I'll try not to forget right away...!

02-07-2012, 07:45 PM
Oh yeah. I forgot to mention the fuel filter part number was correct, the box # was wrong

02-07-2012, 07:48 PM
That exhaust gasket is 30. At kbox, and 70+ from the dealer here. :( Luckily I found one

02-15-2012, 08:12 PM
Got the motor in and she started to piss oil from around the timing cover. Im going to remove the cover and try to locate the leak. I think its the oil pump seal, but not sure yet. On my other two engines that ive re-sealed( gen 3s) had metal gaskets that I FIPG'd and threw out the paper ones. Do you have a listing for the metal gasket? Ill need a new timing belt too

Aaron Willis
02-15-2012, 08:21 PM
No, the stock gasket is paper, but they shouldn't leak. Part number is 15197-63021. They go in dry - FIPG is not required or recommended...

Timing belt is of course 13568-79045 for a Gen2 3SGTE.

02-16-2012, 08:09 PM
lol, K, well what came off both st205 engines was a metal one. If in good condition I fipg and reuse as a rule. The paper one supplied has a thin line, which direction should that line face? I guessed the block. Im pretty sure I fipg'd the block too. Now I know better.

02-16-2012, 08:17 PM
Is there anything else you can think of that ill need? Going to attempt the repair with the motor in. The tensioner shouldnt give me issues as I have the stud kit from twosrus installed.

Aaron Willis
02-16-2012, 08:33 PM
lol, K, well what came off both st205 engines was a metal one.That's correct. The Gen3 engine in the ST205 uses a metal oil pump gasket; the Gen2 in an ST185 has a paper gasket.

I'm not sure what line you're referring to, but I am pretty certain that these gaskets can only go on one way.

When installing new gaskets, I put them in dry. Used gaskets sometimes get a very thin coating of Hylomar, or Chapstick (no joke) for intake system gaskets.

Not sure what else you might need. Good music, hot coffee until lunch, cold beer after, bourbon when the job is done. Oh, and some hand cleaner.

02-16-2012, 10:04 PM
Lol, I meant parts.....but you know that and are being funny. :) And to be honest, cold beer before 10am, tequilla round noon
works well for me.

Ok yeah then the only thing I did wrong was use Fipg on it.
I hope I have time this weekend to find the leak.