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I assume you are going to purchase a genuine Toyota filter from a Toyota Dealer. Why don't you asked them? And don't you need them to service it for the next few years to so your warranty is not voided.
NO, NO! You do not have to have Toyota service it. Anyone can do the work, as long as you have a receipt for the records. Or, if you do the work yourself, just keep receipts for oil and filters, and record the mileage and dates.
 

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under the car, front of the engine, to the right of the oil pan... (if facing the front of the vehicle)
it has a canister/cartrige type oil filter...the housing is silver aluminum and the canister housing is black...look directly up at the oil pan and you cant miss it
 
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