My oil pan is leaking. I’m going to replace it because the oil pan is starting to rot, and so are some of the bolts and nuts. I plan on replacing the fasteners to as a result of them rotting, very badly. Don’t think they can be reused. This is for the engine.
Is there any way to look up what the bolts, nuts, and threaded rods are without removing one? I’m scared to do so without being prepared to replace them. I have a 2005 Camry, 2AZ-FE engine.
Nut = 90179-06326
Bolt = 90119-06848
Threaded Rod = 90126-06015
I can’t find any information on these fasteners as far as their ratings, length or diameter. Is there anyway to look this information up?
I found a video of someone doing this online, with fasteners that could be reused. The heads of the bolts are 10 mm, and they have the following marking on the head
This four dot pattern doesn’t seem to align with what I found online on how to identify toyota bolt head markings.
Thanks for any help on identifying the length, diameter, and class of these fasteners. I tried searching online for oil pan bolts for this car, to see if I could get this information, and couldn’t find anything.
I’d rather not buy the parts directly from Toyota.