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Toyota Part Numbers.

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Is there a way that I can tell if the replacement parts used by a non Toyota garage were genuine Toyota parts?

My Rav had the DMF replaced in August last year before I bought it. The part used and their numbers are listed on the invoice for the work.

They are as follows: Flywheel assembly T13450-27022

Clutch kit T04130-YZZJG

Bolt T90105-10045

I'm rather hoping that the 'T' prefix on these numbers denote them as genuine Toyota parts.

Is there a resource for me to look these up?

Many thanks.

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Flywheel assembly number is correct: LINK

Looks like the clutch is non-OEM. Genuine parts never start with 0, and does not contain letters.

I couldn't find any reference to the bolt, but the number looks like an OEM.

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They all look like Toyota numbers to me - even the clutch.

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The clutch IS a Toyota part number, it's from the OPTIFIT range of cheaper parts for older cars. The clutches are re-manufactured

Kingo :thumbsup:

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Thanks again for your replies.

St Thicket - I found the bolt listed further down the page you sent me - thanks!

Anchorman - I'm relieved to hear they are all Toyota parts :)

Parts-King - thanks for your reply, should I be concerned about having a re-manufactured clutch or is this fairly common practice?

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