Prado KDJ120r 2007 Fuel filter

Submitted: Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 11:21
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Can anyone confirm the fuel filter number they have on their D4D 120 series Prado?

Ryco website says R2619P, which is a paper insert. I currently have a metal spin on Toyota one, number 23390-30180.

I want an aftermarket spin on type filter that is going to do the job properly.

What is everyone else using?
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Reply By: Member - Phil G (SA) - Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 11:56

Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 11:56
What's the service interval for the CRD D4-D Prado. I've been led to believe its 160,000k.Check this thread.

I think you'd be a brave man to use aftermarket fuel filters on a D4-D Prado.
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Reply By: Member - Donks1 (NSW) - Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 12:22

Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 12:22
Just had a look at the ryco site

The origional toyota number was 23390 30150

This supercedes to 23390 30180

TOYO 2339030150 - Z252X

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Reply By: olcoolone - Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 12:45

Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 12:45
You only have to replace the filter when the light come on.

They have a long life filter fitted.
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Follow Up By: Member - Leigh (Vic) - Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 17:16

Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 17:16
Mine is a Denso Toyota Filter part No. 23390-30180 in a 2008 Prado. It has a service interval of 20,000kms.

Can you not appreciate that what you are saying is fundamentally incorrect and misleading to the unwary?
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Follow Up By: olcoolone - Thursday, Mar 04, 2010 at 13:48

Thursday, Mar 04, 2010 at 13:48
What ever CLOWN!
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Follow Up By: Member - Leigh (Vic) - Thursday, Mar 04, 2010 at 20:48

Thursday, Mar 04, 2010 at 20:48
Thanks for your considered response.

My Toyota maintenance Schedule lists the fuel filter for replacement every 20,000Kms for diesel.

In the case of petrol it lists the replacement at 80,000kms and then has an asterisk to a foot note that also refers to an intank filter (specific to petrol models) that should also be replaced.

Again your advice differs from the manufacturers manual. Perhaps you could look at the Prado manual instead of a Hilux manual which is set up differently. I think you only have a Hilux?

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Follow Up By: olcoolone - Friday, Mar 05, 2010 at 10:28

Friday, Mar 05, 2010 at 10:28
Maybe you should read what people are saying on the posts below, they have two filters....It sounds like you have been replacing the filter that doesn't need replacing at 20000K and the more critical one that needs to be replaced at 20000K you have forgot about.

You attacked me with you closing comment and you did the same on a previous post back in August 2008 that was about the same subject!

Perhaps you should understand what you are doing?

When we did our Common rail Diesel training they went to great lengths about filter changes and why they went to long life filters.

So have you been changing the wrong filter?
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Follow Up By: Bonz (Vic) - Wednesday, Mar 10, 2010 at 10:14

Wednesday, Mar 10, 2010 at 10:14
AUGUST 2008? You have to be kidding olcoolone ! Leigh's comment was hardly an attack, as much as your ill considered response.

It seems that you know lots about the subject of Prado's, so why not point that out, rather than engage in a name calling exercise, simply state your reasons not react to something said two years ago.
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Reply By: Wherehegon - Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 13:47

Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 13:47
Check your prices, sometimes I have found it cheaper to buy genuine then aftermarket. Depending on price if its only a few $$ difference I would run the genuine. I must admit I always buy genuine parts except I nearly bought an aftermarket air filter but after asking on here about a certain brand I will stick with the genuine.You sure the number repco is using is not an oil filter insert ?? I noticed the new prado V6 (didnt look at the diesel) is now running a cartridge type oil filter which is unscrew the metal casing, replace a few 0 rings and insert new paper filter, and have now stuck it at the front of the engine at the bottom infront of crank and will require the bash plates to be removed, what the hell toyota were thinking when they did this, the old V6 was at the top on pasengers side with its own little drain tube to catch the oil when undoing it, gone like the european crap now, mercs etc..... Regards Steve
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Follow Up By: Dremus - Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 16:30

Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 16:30
Yeah the repco one was a ryco insert, but I don't have a the rest of the bits to use it. Maybe the Prados once came out with them but I don't know, and Toyota is using the spin on type now. I thought Ryco would have some idea about filters especially on a car as common as a Prado.

Terrain Tamer have one that spins on as well for a 2007 Prado D4D, but the Ryco equivalent is said to be a Z380, which is just a longer Z252X. (not recommended on this motor)

I have found one at Bursons.

Wesfil/Coopers have a listing for a spin on fuel filter for 11/06 on Prado D4D 3.0 for $19.50 compared to Toyota $80.00.

It also had a note not to use a Ryco Z252X or equivalent as you will stall the engine due to starvation... The Z252X is used on the previous Prado and 100 series cruisers, I had been told it would be ok on the prado, but I did more research.

Thanks all.
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Reply By: donk - Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 23:39

Wednesday, Mar 03, 2010 at 23:39
23390 30180 is the front spin on filter that is replaced only when the light comes on but the kdj prado also has a inline filter between the two tanks that is replaced every 12 months or 20,000 klms

Regards Don
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Reply By: Member - Geoff B (NSW) - Thursday, Mar 04, 2010 at 10:53

Thursday, Mar 04, 2010 at 10:53
Just to throw a spanner in the works, there is a second fuel filter on the Prado KDJ 120, it's under the vehicle up above the tailshaft next to the main fuel tank (i beleive). It was used from 8/06 - 8/09
Here are the fuel filters for 120 Series;
KZJ/KDJ120 1KZ/1KD 09/02 - 02/04 23390 30150
02/04 - 08/09 23390 30180 KDJ120 1KD 2nd filter at tank 08/06 - 08/09 23300 30310
This one on the tank is the more frequently changed filter, not the one under the bonnett, check your warrenty/service book for the schedule.
Hope that clears things up a bit.

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