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Let's see here we need some protective action. Protective paper to the rescue. Hi everybody good day to you! Welcome back Loud noises again they're still working. What we got here today is a 2016 Toyota Highlander SUV Good looking ride.

It's nothing special, nothing hard. This is gonna be a nice smooth sail and easy operation. We're gonna perform a positive displacement transmission fluid exchange starting Z Engine this particular Highlander has welcome Back! What do you got? Maintenance required: 93 994 miles on the odometer. No warning indicators.

This is nice. Okay, so let's reset that monitor. Let's go into settings: I think there's a maintenance There it is. Maintenance System: Do you want to initialize? Sure.

Initializing Initialization complete I don't think that was it I initialized something that probably wasn't what I wanted powering down. Let's restart and try it again. Restarting: Come on Message: We're gonna waste the whole video resetting the oil life monitor. Did I Did I do it? Well, it's message is not reoccurring.

Yeah, okay, that was it. We initialized in initializing resets. It's a new one. So any wazers, let's go ahead and swing this thing around into the shop here.

We'll pull her straight in on the little big lift. Foreign okey-dokes Hood up. We've got some lumens installed so I can see what we're doing here. Like I said, we're gonna do a Lube oil and filter replacement on this so let's go ahead and prep that.

Uh, let's see the let's check our air filter. We're doing maintenance so we gotta check for maintenance. This is the way. It's pretty good.

No need to put a filter in it and not too concerning about that. It's doing its job. Let's see your coolant. That's okay.

Brake fluid? That's okay. Where's my trans dipstick? Do we have a trans dipstick? because I'm servicing a trans and I'm going to need to locate that, uh, that measuring device. Maybe it's under the cover here. Pull this guy up for my own cover.

Kind of a negative on that dipstick. It must have just a a hole or like a plug to set the level. I'll check service data. Let's give it some blue water here so we can have a clean windshield.

Stay there. we go getting seen some long range porting things in a while. Let's go for the record here. and now we can add the blue so we know that it's good.

Come here. Blue Water There we go. Kind of like two cycle oil. dump it in there and then we'll fake it.

All about. Kind of foreign. Make a whole video about adding washer fluid. How about that skills? Okay, that's good to go.

Blue Water Refill complete. Let's go ahead and raise this thing up and check the bottom side. Okay, so we're almost done screwing around. Let's go ahead and get this thing up in the air, but before we do, I'd like to remind you that if this is not your first time here or if this is your first time here and you're already enjoying it, Do not forget to hit that subscribe button.
This is the black one. Black subscribe button on up. So I saw a video the other day where a guy was working under a car and he was like right here in this section. had the wheel off and he had his car up on the lift and he did not engage the locks on the lift and I don't know if a hydraulic cylinder failed or if one of the hoses failed but the car let loose and since uh, since it had some momentum carrying it down, the locks did not catch the car and the thing basically just did a free fall straight down and the dude survived like this area right here kind of hit him, you know, on the shoulder blade and it took him down to the ground.

It kind of smashed him but the brake rotor missed his head so he kind of got hit by the fender and it broke the fender. I I know it hurt everybody in the shop ran over and kind of picked the car up and they got him out like and he walked away. Uh point being is since uh, since seeing that I'm reminded to always set these down on the locks that way if something lets loose, it can't Free Fall even six inches because that's six inches and all that momentum. These locks don't have enough meat behind them to uh to actually arrest the fall and capture the vehicle.

So reminder to everybody who works on machinery and lifts. Use your safety devices. It might make you not dead one day. anyway.

Safety Sally Over with let's go ahead and just we'll pull this oil drain pan. We'll pull the filter out while that's draining. I'm gonna walk around, do another inspection and uh, we'll prepare to uh, do the flute exchange on this transmission. Oh and fun fact: This is an all-wheel drive Highlander See, we've got the transaxle for the front wheels and then it's got this little differential right here running back to the drive shaft which makes it all-wheel drive.

There's another real difference. Wow, that's fancy. Look at this thing. Lots of cooling fins.

Good job! Toyota You should be proud of that okie doke. So this is not an oil change video so we're not going to do any focusing. What did you see that? that thing was not even tight. That was like barely hand tight.

That's not good. I'm glad I'm doing the oil changes on this now. I'd Hate for a simple error to ruin this nice Toyota engine Yeah, that was that was not cool. That was too loosey-goosey for my uh, my taste.

now. many of these Toyotas are equipped with these cartridge type filters so we have to get special tools to gain access to them. and then sometimes we have to use special tactics to get them apart because people over tighten them. It appears that the theme of this car is hand tied, only because that wasn't very tight at all.

Let's see here: I'm gonna get oil on me. It's okay. it's part of the job. that's why we have towels.

They can absorb it so my fingers don't have to don't have to. There we go, that's good. Okie Dokes We got a new filter here. Customer supplied it.
It's a Wix filter. Good call. I Like Wicks got a new gasket. We're gonna need that affect the old unit.

So what we do is we just pull that filter out clean and we'll pull this old o-ring gasket off of here. We don't need this and we'll grab a hole through the packaging, get the new one out. We don't need the little one, just need the big one and we'll just walk it around like so new filter goes in and then back up into its home and we will tighten that to I Think it's like 30 inch pounds or something I Think it says Titan 2 20 foot. Actually, yeah it says right here.

What do we do? Tighten to 25 plus or minus 5 newton meters I Don't know what that is I'm gonna have to, uh, cross reference that into the the metric system of measurement is Newton Meters Metric Newtons and meters. Yeah, that's not true I Knew that. Totally knew that. Okay, put our little tool back on.

Yeah, that's 25 Newton meters. Good to go. and that oil appears to be done draining so we can go ahead and put our drain plug back. Maybe I'll tighten that to 25 Newton meters.

Also, come on. Bug there we go. Where is the new wrench? foreign? There you go. Okay, 25 Newton meters achieved.

And of course we got all the soil on here and we need to get that stuff out of there. So let us wash it off. Another here. Let me try again.

Shiny. We don't do drips and driveways. That's a big negative. makes you look bad.

We get in there nice and deep lag. All right. good to go. Let's get out from under here and uh, we'll set up the machine to do the trans service all the way down.

Okay, all right. last of the oil going in, using the Zero twenty, it's fully synthesized. I Think this is a six quart. I've already put in five plus some change so we're close.

We'll start it, check it, and move on. This is before starting the engine. Let's see what we get just above the full Mark See it right there. There's the DOT There's our level so that should be enough to fill the filter once we restart.

and I'll top it off if need be keptically. Oh no, this one doesn't turn to point forward. That bothers me. I'll be okay, no worries, okay engines, we're all good here.

I did back it up a little bit so I have more room and in this area so I can work. Um I'll just kind of pulled up a little close and I couldn't really squeeze in here to do what I had to do. So I've determined that there is in fact no transmission dipstick on it so there is a level hole down below. However, I'm looking out because I can see the two trans cooler lines Way Down Yonder So in order to service this, all I need to do is take off this uh, this little intake pipe right here and we'll just break into one of those lines, connect the machine and then we can go and initiate the service.

So now here's the thing. um I Really hope that my BG guy does not see this video because gravity because uh, my customer brought some genuine Toyota transmission fluid and I'm gonna service his car with his fluid and not the BG fluid. I'm not supposed to do that. So uh BG people um I didn't do this.
This is actually BG fluid. Yeah yeah, this has just been repackaged. Yeah, that's what it is. I'm actually using BG fluid so nothing to see here.

Don't worry about it, it's okay. Okay, so I need to empty this machine. I've got uh, one of the hoses down in my waste oil bin. You've got the adapter shop air and we're going to go ahead and just apply some shop air to it and it's going to pressurize the uh the system inside of the machine.

It's going to pressurize this bladder tank here and send all my old fluid out into my my old drain pressurized long range sporting pouring things. see the stream It's mighty powerful. Oh, we're going for a world record here. Look at that.

oh I'm messing up. Okay around. All right. All right, a couple minutes, let me down through this thing out.

Um, we'll put the new, uh, new fluid in it and get this machine connected to the vehicle and then we can see with our service we can do it. So while that machine is drip drying a little bit, I need to, uh, get this thing removed. So I need to remove the sole cover here. It's got a couple bolts under it that hold this into position and then I I'll be able to reach down in there and get a hold of those lines.

So let's pop this cover off and go from there. it's real easy. The hard part is not losing the clips and these are goofy. Toyota Clips You got to push them down and then pull them up.

Usually these two stage Clips You'll pull the center part up and then the base will pop up also. but since these are fancy Toyota Clips they go down and then up just to confuse you I wish they had these things in like industry standard, they don't. Same thing with like connectors. BMW connectors and those Toyota connectors that break off when you touch them.

Uh, up. A couple more. One over here and another right behind us over here. Okay, cover is loose.

Set that aside over there and we need two. 10. Those aren't tens. Those are twelves.

two 12 mil bolts. What? Oh, I'm losing it. Those are tens. That's weird that I misjudged these things so much.

Perhaps it's because I have my glasses or I don't have my glasses on today I have contacts in Maybe my my trained perception of distance has been altered. Anyway, that thing's been removed now. we can see what we're looking at so we can see what we need to see, which is going to be either this line or this line. I'm going to choose this one because it's higher up and easier to reach.

Let's Slide the drain pan down there. That way we can capture any drips that is going to drip out and uh, I think we're good here. Let's go and um, let's go fill the machine with fluid and get it connected and then we'll go from there. It should be done draining right about now.
I Think let's see what we got. Yep, drain. so we'll put that in our back. put that guy back and we need to dump the pressure slowly.

Foreign 's going down. Very good. So we leave that one open. leave that one open because we have to vent the system when we add the fluid to it and we'll open this one as well.

That way, the fluid can flow in. rolling, rolling, rolling. Go. Okay, all right, fluid coming in.

This will probably go into the machine as fast as I can open the bottles. So I'll just dump them in one at a time. Just like. so.

okay. Last one coming in right here. That's going to be 12 quarts total. Two cases, six in each case.

Six plus six makes twelve. Yay! Okay, that's full now. Very important: Close the fill valve if we install this on the vehicle and then turn it on and the pump from the transmission pressurizes the machine. It will shoot all of the fluid out of the top of this thing like a volcano and that would be bad.

Additionally, we have to close the two vent valves down below this one here and that one here. Again, if you don't do that, all the fluid is going to run out and just spill all over the floor and that would also be bad. All right, moving in, moving down. let's go ahead and get a hold of one of these lines.

We'll pull the clamp back, see that, and we're just going to grab this line and give it a Twist that's going to break that surface adhesion between the line and uh, in the nipple. We're going to take great care to not tear the line. Oh, that's nasty. That food is dirty.

See what it looks like? Yeah, that's brown. Definitely definitely time for service. Sure what we need are some adapters to connect to that system. I Think this is that one.

We'll plug this one in to the transmission. Here we go. Oh, it's a tight squeeze. can't forget the clamp and then we'll find another one that goes into that line right there which I believe should be this one.

or or yeah, this one. that's the one. maybe this one. I Like that one better.

I Think so. we'll stick that into the hose, clamp that guy on too. right about right there and we need a flathead screwdriver. tighten down that band clamp.

All right. Where's my green driver? Oh, it wasn't even far there. It is here. Let me put you guys down.

Say like right here. Get that out of the way. Now we can see that's why. I Really like these long screwdrivers.

You don't know how valuable things like that are until you actually have some. like I Went years with extra long screwdrivers and I regret them just for stuff like this. Anyway, rambling. So we've got two, uh, two lines connected.

Let's go and uh, connect the machine to those lines and then we can restart the engine. Foreign. There we go. Now it doesn't matter which line goes, where the machine will, uh, will valve these appropriately based on the flow.
Direction It's nothing fancy. it's just got. uh, disconnect? Who goes there? Hello? What'd you get? All right, there's one. Let's connect this guy right here.

Okay, machine's fully connected. Let's go ahead and start the engine. We'll let the trans come up to operating temp and then we can begin the service. Okay, so here's what we're gonna do.

I'm gonna head inside. start the engine. The trans pump is going to start to pump fluid through the machine. Now it's in bypass mode so it's not going to do the exchange just yet.

But what we're going to see is the old nasty fluid is starting to run through the sight glass. Then we'll start to see. After we begin the service, the new fluid run through the sight glass and then, uh, over the term of the service, we'll see the dark nasty fluid turn into nice clean, new red blue. Let's get that towel out of there stocking is the engine that was fast.

That's our old fluid. We're connected. No leaks. The hose didn't come off, which is good.

Oh, there we go. It turned dark when I wasn't looking. Must have been what was already charged inside of the system. So anyway, so we've got our dark, nasty old fluid.

There's our new fluid. Let's go ahead and set process and it is now beginning. The Exchange Foreign between the used side and the new side right here. So the machine has finished, it's uh, it's processed.

I've selected it back to bypass. Now all we need to do is go ahead and shut this down. We'll plug the original hoses back in and then we're good to go here. So powering down All right.

Going back in, let's go ahead and find my screwdriver I Lost it. All right guys. we're going back in now. I'll be the first to admit that that fluid did not come out as cherry red as I would have liked.

However, we did only run 12 quarts through this. not the uh, not the 16 like I like I normally would. this is a 16 quart machine. 12 quarts will do it.

Took out 12 quarts. it put in 12 quarts. So gravity so uh, that was a successful fluid exchange. but I think 16 quarts would have gotten it.

Uh, a little bit cleaner than where we landed. No worries though, it's not a huge deal, it's what we had to work with. It's off of there, become disconnected hoes. Thank you and we'll get bear with me here folks.

I need two hands for this one. Pull that little clip back and then I can get my little adapter out of there come out adapter, come all the way out and I'll pull it with the pliers. There we go. Okay, that's my fitting.

We'll plug this guy back into the trans and of course, put our clamp back on. That's a big deal. Forget that, you're gonna have a problem later. You guys see yours there.

Oh man, there was a hose in front of you. I'm sorry guys. So yeah. I got I got the hose back on and uh hello, how are you? Oh thank you.
Nice to see you Okie dokes a couple more little knickknack things to put back together here and we're gonna be in good shape. Oh, can't have that. look at that. There's transmission fluid in the intake.

You don't want to have things left over. It's out of your intake with that guy right there. And let's get our bolts back on here. They are one and two.

All right folks. Well, after this goes on, the only thing left for me to do is going to be to run this thing back up in the air. check the fluid level, which in theory should be exactly on point. Because the machine does not add or remove fluid from the system.

it can only remove fluid if it adds fluid at the same time. So the level is what it was. But I still must do my due diligence and check it because you never know it could have been low when it came in here for all we know. So uh, that being said, I'm gonna go ahead and get this cover back on.

uh the rest of it's just gonna be some final check work. So I do believe I'm gonna go ahead and close this video out right now and I'll do that as always by thanking each and every one of you for watching this video. Certainly hope you enjoyed this video. If you did enjoy this video, you know the drill.

Let me know about that. Bye tap that like button down below. If you do not enjoy this video or have any questions, concerns, comments or anything of that nature, feel free to register them in the comment section also down below. So again, and as always, thank you guys for watching and most importantly, do not forget to have yourselves a great day! See you guys later! end of narration: Foreign.

Foreign. All right. Thank you Foreign. Foreign Foreign.

Thank you.

88 thoughts on “Probably fine…hand tight only. 2016 toyota highlander”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars WaveDudeTX says:

    And there's a now ruined Toyota sealed transmission. Not even close to how these are to be serviced and level checked. Hack… wouldn't let you near my Toyota.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars David Gherardi says:

    I was going to say that one reason the oil drain plug might have not been tight is that the crush washer might not have been changed. The one time I didn't change mine the next oil change the plug was loose. Maybe you didn't show it on camera, but it looks like you didn't change the washer. Just a thought. I have a 2015 Highlander with 186,000 miles on it and it has never had a mechanical issue and doesn't burn s drop of oil. Since I'm a ride share driver in San Francisco that thing gets plenty of abuse. Keep your posts coming you've given some very good and advice and keep s good sense of humor. One of the first episodes I watched you made an excellent point of why you don't pre-fill your oil filter. Thanks for explaining that……good piece of advice.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Matt says:

    Stay far away from my car

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars jim six says:

    Ray great advice on dropping the lift on the safety latches, I have a rotory 7,000 pound lift that works great it never crossed my mind to do that, Thank you

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Level 180 says:

    Bladder oil exchange machine is awesome.😊

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Level 180 says:

    Bladder oil exchange machine is awesome.😊

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars InsideOfMyOwnMind says:

    I had not seen the blue wiper fluid concentrates before (so you know it's good) 😊 I think I would have used distilled water though. My ride is 33years old and the washer system works like new. Most cars have clogged nozzles by that time.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars triton302 says:

    The Joe Dirt clip caught me completely off guard, lol.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Joe Seabert says:

    I don’t know about others, but content creators like Ray have supplanted regular TV watching.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gadget0343 says:

    Most every bolt on Toyotas are 10, 12, 14, and 17mm

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars John Peacock says:

    Toyota and Lexus have sealed trans units. There’s a plastic fill standpipe accessed through the drain plug that sets the level.

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars FV 623 says:

    18.4 ft-lb

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rick Gesell says:

    That washer fluid concentrate seemed like a great idea but there's a problem… it will biodegrade and crystallize over time. I used it on both my cars, the sedan was an easy fix, replace the clogged sprayers. But on the SUV the pressure from the clogged tailgate sprayer popped the line off inside the roof. That's going to be a real project that I haven't gotten around to yet 🤬

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Smoked U2 says:

    Appreciate the playlist. Reminds me of my younger self. Right on 🎉

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Paul Vallez says:

    Love the sound effects Ray

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars anthony bradley says:

    Ray u dropped a towel in the grill area and left it

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Edward Berwind says:

    Ray, with the amount of brake cleaner you use, you should keep a case right near your tool box. Save time and steps.

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jimmy P says:

    Just saying, if the client supplies only 12quarts, and a really good flush is 16, maybe he should be advised as he doesn’t know.

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ryanfromnm says:

    MAF and hose tube…

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ryanfromnm says:

    Thank YOU, Ray. You seemed especially happy in this vid. I am glad for you!

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jimmy P says:

    Ray, put a spring closure on the door of the corner of death already!

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Les Reeves says:

    Just proved Scotty right LOL.

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bill Sherman says:

    I'm about 2 minutes into this video and I really hope you're going to clean that nasty bird poop off of the windshield. Now to watch and see if you do/did/dood! 🙂

  24. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Greg Haig says:

    Ray when you change the transmission fluid but you don't change the filter?
    New oil dirty filter

  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Reg Collins Car Sales says:

    A car done 100000 miles wouldn't you want to do the Auto Filter??

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars rob will says:

    1 newton-meter = .74 foot pounds.

  27. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars lisaamesw says:

    I worry the brake cleaner is bad for your liver, please make sure your place is ventilated. From a chemical engineer.

  28. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars R Winstanley says:

    Hope you got that rag you dropped down below in the radiator area?! Gravity

  29. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dan's Learning Curve says:

    Glasses and contacts definitely change perspective in sizes! Depending on the strength of your prescription.

  30. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Duke Blade says:

    Hmmm. Ray attached the air intake scoop above the water on this vehicle. :- )

  31. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hank O says:

    No dipsticks. There is a side plug and a bottom plug with a removal tube (stand pipe that is the fluid level indicator 😉 ) easy-peasy

  32. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Picard says:

    Don’t care for some of the silliness.

  33. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ahmad Ghosheh says:

    I would never service any of my Toyota's transmission with anything other than Toyota WS, period. Hat off to the customer and thank you for respecting his wishes

  34. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Clearanceman2 says:

    The way we did a trans fluid swap with my son's 2015 highlander XLE. Drained the trans fluid. Started the car in neutral for a few seconds so the torque converter would dump more fluid out the drain plug. Measured the amount that came out. Replaced that amount with maxlife trans fluid. There is no dipstick. There is a 24mm head bolt on the driver's side behind the splash panel. They want you to use the red straw trans temp method with a scanner to measure trans temp. But as long as I measure what comes out I feel like I'm OK. Now if I spill some, I'm a little screwed.

  35. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ericg4x4 says:

    Why not come up with your own material instead of copying someone else’s theme? “Brake parts cleaner”

  36. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ZGDX_Smiling says:

    @RainmanRaysRepairs Did you get new batteries for your Dirty Max yet?

  37. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hammer says:

    you need to go back and retorque the filter, your torque wrench didn't click. it did click for the plug, so no need to retorque that.

  38. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars cengeb says:

    Newtons are FIG units

  39. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars cengeb says:

    oil filter underneath are so foreign to me, VW up top, and suction vac oil changes, no under neath for me…MAHLE, MANN, VALEO filters

  40. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Wallace Hardin III says:

    The playlist just went platinum with Luchini.

  41. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Matthew Haddon says:

    Safety…please make sure wife unit and daughter unit are both safe as well….there are lots of hazards around the shop!

  42. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars MotorheadRedo says:

    Your a savant for tightening stuff to the proper torque…Amazing click click

  43. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Brent Doncliff says:

    Just wondering, what is the windscreen washer concentrate that you use?

  44. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Splitpin17 says:

    Seeing that dark fluid from the transmission makes me appreciate the dipstick on my mazda's trans, every time i check the level the condition of it is also seen

  45. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Marc Fox says:

    Love your videos and still miss the doodle-e doos. Those need to make a come back. I wouldn't miss the long distance pouring though. Seems like a waste of fluid because it always makes a mess and then need to wipe it up and use a can of brake clean.

  46. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars SWCC Bakersfield CA says:

    Perfect. You are a one armed tech bandit for sure.

  47. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Maxime Jette says:

    Hey Ray…I like the music that you chose during the fluid exchange…and don't forget to grease your ratchet 😜