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I recently used information I found on this site to replace the valve cover gasket on my 2002 Camry with 265,000 miles. Anyway, I'd also searched for a video of the procedure and only found one video that wasn't too good. I decided to record myself replacing the gasket in case others could benefit from the video.








http://youtu.be/GlPrABppqPI
















-Adrian
 

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Good job! The 4cyl is so much easier than the 6!

I see you also like to live dangerously...doing engine work in a white shirt..haha.
 

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I'll add it to the DIY sticky later
 

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That light colored shirt (Gray) is actually an old shirt. It has paint, grass stains, grease stains, etc. If you notice, the shirt actually changes half way through the video. I realize I have on a black tee shirt with no stains and I wanted to avoid putting the first one on it.






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Stickied. FYI this will work just fine for 2002-2009 models w/ the 2AZFE engine.

Also:

The valve cover gasket is the same for all 2002-2014 2AZFE engines including the 2AZFXE Hybrid engine.

Part numbers:

OEM Toyota - 11213-0H010
BeckArnley - 036-1639
Fel-Pro - VS50530R
Victor Reinz - VS50362

I have used all of them with good results.
 
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