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Folks,

I am trying to find out the genuine OE toyota part numbers for the oil pump shaft seal, camshaft seal and crankshaft seal for the 5SFE engine. I ordered all of these on Amazon the other day that claimed to be genuine toyota parts (and they may be), but when the packages arrived, the bags had holes in them, and a different label was printed over the toyota label. I was somewhat concerned to see that the brand for all 3 seals was NOK. Did the OE seals that came from the factory say "Toyota" on them with their part numbers, or did we pay NOK as the supplier even back in the 90s?

TOYOTA 90311-38067 Seal, Type T Oil (camshaft seal I purchased)

Genuine Toyota 90080-31022 Type-T Engine Crankshaft Oil Seal (crankshaft seal I purchased)

Genuine Seal 15165-70010 (oil pump shaft seal I purchased, though off of eBay)

The oil pump shaft seal and the crankshaft seal had a coat of grease on the inner diameter like most of the other NOK seals I've bought have had, but the camshaft seal did not. I searched toyotanation forums for a camshaft seal part number and it was said that the NOK part number should be AH2218L, but mine is AH2218N. So I am almost thinking I was sent the wrong camshaft seal.

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You can find the part numbers from the Toyota Parts website and you can potentially find the part numbers from Rock Auto or choose an aftermarket solution. Otherwise assuming these are OEM parts they could also be "old" parts that have not been sold in a long time.

Amazon and eBay have been known to have "fake parts". The only parts I get from either of those two are non-essential parts like body parts. Engine or emission parts I would get from either Rock Auto, my old shop, or the dealership.

If you want legit OEM parts you would have to get it from the dealership or a Toyota Parts Website (which is the dealership at low prices). Otherwise there are aftermarket solutions that will do just as good as OEM parts like FEL-PRO.

Until someone else answers, I do not know the answer.
 

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You can find the part numbers from the Toyota Parts website and you can potentially find the part numbers from Rock Auto or choose an aftermarket solution. Otherwise assuming these are OEM parts they could also be "old" parts that have not been sold in a long time.

Amazon and eBay have been known to have "fake parts". The only parts I get from either of those two are non-essential parts like body parts. Engine or emission parts I would get from either Rock Auto, my old shop, or the dealership.

If you want legit OEM parts you would have to get it from the dealership or a Toyota Parts Website (which is the dealership at low prices). Otherwise there are aftermarket solutions that will do just as good as OEM parts like FEL-PRO.

Until someone else answers, I do not know the answer.
I have never ever seen Genuine name brand parts listed on RockAuto. Also, I had no issue finding the OE part numbers for the seals, but wanted to know that when you get them from the dealer, are they still NOK branded or do they have "Toyota" printed? I basically wanted to know who the OE suppliers were.
 

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Rock Auto can have the part numbers listed on the bottom right. Rock Auto can sell OEM Genuine parts if they have them in stock. They had my sun visor. They also have OEM Denso and NGK parts too.
 

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These are what I got in May 2019 for my 97 Camry. My dealer (Stevinson Toyota West) allowed In-Store Pickup. Dealers that have been mentioned on this forum include:

I don't remember exactly, but I seem to remember only the crankshaft seal came greased. You can see him oil the inside at around 11:17:

By the way, that was an invaluable video to me, but I also broke the alternator terminal insulator (you can see a piece falling out at around 3:22). Instead, I should have pulled open/widened cover from bottom first (
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Crankshaft Seal 90311-42035
$8.00 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/63200917/9031142035.html
$7.94 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/

Camshaft Seal 90311-38067
$8.87 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/63608642/9031138067.html
$8.79 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/


Endcap 90339-36001
$2.80 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/69377605/9033936001.html
$2.77 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/


Oil Pump O-Ring 15188-03011
$6.30 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/62996806/1518803011.html
$6.25 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/

Oil Pump Seal 15165-74020
$7.86 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/63057073/1516574020.html
$7.79 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/


Tension Spring 90507-17003
$3.25 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/63206316/9050717003.html
$3.22 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/


Thermostat 90916-03090
$21.46 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/63459482/9091603090.html
$21.28 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/


PCV Valve 12204-74030
$8.46 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/63033189/1220474030.html
$8.39 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/

PCV Valve Grommet 90480-18001
$4.33 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/63205080/9048018001.html
$4.30 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/


Valve Cover Gasket 11213-74020
$13.63 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/62990375/1121374020.html
$13.52 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/

Valve Cover Grommet 90480-30025 * 4
$4.25 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/63205082/9048030025.html
$4.21 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/


Upper Timing Cover Gasket (long) 11329-74080
$6.42 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/62995148/1132974080.html
$6.37 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/

Upper Timing Cover Gasket (short) 11319-74030
$5.33 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/62997972/1131974030.html
$5.28 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/

Lower Timing Cover Gasket 11328-74060
$6.42 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/62995146/1132874060.html
$6.37 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/


Power Steering Belt Bando 3PK-0750 90080-91122-83
$5.11 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/69364955/900809112283.html
$5.07 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/

A/C / Alternator Belt Bando 5PK-1100/1105 99363-20750-83
$12.53 https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/69382697/993632075083.html
$12.42 https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/
 

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These are what I got in May 2019 for my 97 Camry. My dealer (Stevinson Toyota West) allowed In-Store Pickup. Dealers that have been mentioned on this forum include:

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Thank you Andy! that was an invaluable post that I will certainly use in the future for more camrys. Thank you!
 

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When buying such inexpensive parts as power steering pump rebuild kit, or engine front seal, I would only buy genuine Toyota parts using a Toyota part number. Anything else is 99% likely to be knockoff and will make you redo the job in the near future.

I agree with your original concern: what you got is probably not OEM and should be returned for refund and buy from a reputable source (i.e. NOT EBay, Amazon or Rock Auto, but an online dealer).
 

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When buying such inexpensive parts as power steering pump rebuild kit, or engine front seal, I would only buy genuine Toyota parts using a Toyota part number. Anything else is 99% likely to be knockoff and will make you redo the job in the near future.

I agree with your original concern: what you got is probably not OEM and should be returned for refund and buy from a reputable source (i.e. NOT EBay, Amazon or Rock Auto, but an online dealer).
I double checked and it looks like everything is genuine toyota.
 

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I have all maintenance records from the original owner on this 99 Camry 5SFE, and it looks like the last timing belt, WP, and seal replacement was done around 200k miles (now at 250k), and 4 years ago. That being said, The cam seal was "National" brand and the pump was a GMB. The pump bearing was not making any noise but it was weird to turn. "Stiff, easy, stiff, easy" indicating that the bearing was going to eventually fail. Also, the cam seal was not leaking much if at all. So these 5SFE engines are not too picky about cam seals and crank seals I don't think, but I go OE parts anyway because they're similar in cost.

As for the oil pump seals, the drive gear shaft seal was the only seal on my engine leaking, how typical. It was hard as a rock, and that in turn created wear on the shaft. A new healthy seal should be soft and create very very little wear on the shaft. I was able to catch a nail on it, but assembled it and hoped for the best. No leaks yet.

Anyone replaced just that drive shaft portion of the oil pump? I assumed they were a machined pair and could not be replaced separately. This is why it is important not to neglect oil leaks!
 

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I don't think Aisin sells oil pump (the whole thing) anymore for my car. I wish Aisin keeps selling the water pump kit (TKT-002) for many many years to come though.

I clicked on one of the stevinsontoyotawest.com links above, then clicked on 1997 > ENGINE > LUBRICATING SYSTEM > ENGINE OIL PUMP > View More Images > the second image > the pink square next to 15102. Then I got: https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/p/Toyota_1997_Camry-LE-VIN-JT2BG22K-22L-AT/Engine-Oil-Pump-Rotor-Rotor-Set--Oil-Pump/63010250/1510274020.html

You can search for 1510274020 on Google, then Images to better see what it looks like.

You can enter your own VIN on https://parts.stevinsontoyotawest.com/.

There were some discussions related to shaft wear: https://www.toyotanation.com/threads/keeping-crankshaft-seal-flush-with-edge-and-not-all-the-way.1654902/
 

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I don't remember exactly, but I seem to remember only the crankshaft seal came greased. You can see him oil the inside at around 11:17:
Sorry I was wrong.

I just found in my notes that my crankshaft seal did not come greased at all. I coated light engine oil to both inner and outer diameter.

For my oil pump seal, the inner diameter did come pre-greased. I did not, but probably should have, added oil to outer diameter.
 
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