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2004 Toyota Tundra 5VZ-FE 3.4L Engine, Oil Pump Dipstick, ETOY-5VZFELB-1-40

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  • Toyota 5VZ-FE 3.4L Engine (1996-2004) Oil Pump Dipstick - TOY-5VZFELB-1
Toyota Engines
$250.00 (Fixed shipping cost)

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Toyota 5VZ-FE 3.4L Engine (1996-2004) Oil Pump Dipstick - TOY-5VZFELB-1

Fits the following vehicles:

1996-2004 Toyota 4Runner 5VZFE 3.4L Engine

1996-2004 Toyota T100 5VZFE 3.4L Engine

1996-2004 Toyota Tacoma 5VZFE 3.4L Engine


  • Fuel Type: UNLEAD/E85
  • Fuel System: Multiport fuel injection
  • Cylinders: 6
  • Engine Type: DOHC V6
  • Engine Size - 207/3.4
  • Transmission: Auto or Manual
  • VIN Type: N,V,F,R,1
  • Installation Instructions: Verify prior to installation: oil dipstick engine oil pump location (not engine block). Pre-lube and Break-In procedure, engine oil and gasket kit shipped with engine. Professional installation recommended
  • Engine Description: 1996-2004 5VZFE; 4Runner, Tacoma models. Oil Dipstick location: oil pump mount (not engine block)

The Toyota has always been conscious of engine performance. The Toyota 5VZ is no exception. The Toyota 5VZFE 3.4 liter V6 engine released in 1995. The 5VZ was developed for Toyota SUVs and off-road 4x4 vehicles. The 5VZ-FE engine is based on the 3VZ-FE engine. The cast iron cylinder block is similar to the Toyota 3VZ-FE but it has a bigger bore to achieve the bigger displacement 3.4 liters from 3.0 liter and this makes it a great and very common swap into older models. Since Toyota stopped manufacturing the 5VZ engine, the best way for you to restore your engines performance, longevity, and value, is to replace it with a remanufactured Toyota 5VZ-FE 3.4L  engine from OffroadOutpost.com 


Remanufactured not rebuilt.

The difference in our products is clear. We don’t install used parts or simply rebuild the old ones. Instead, each component of an S&J engine is tested repeatedly and inspected meticulously so that your engine meets and or exceeds OEM standards.

Industry-leading quality, industry leading warranty.
We stand by our engines and the professionals who install them. S&J’s unparalleled products are backed by an unrivaled warranty - 7 year/100,000 miles. You won’t find that anywhere else.

In order to ensure a clean casings and main engine integrity, we begin by use strong steel abraders to clean each engine casing.

Once each component has been cleaned and strengthen, each casing, cylinder blocs, cylinder head and crankshaft are checked for cracks, using the combined force electromagnet and fluxing powder.

Precision Bored:
After ensuring the perfection of each part of the engine, we move on to the precision boring of each cylinder block so that they are exactly the same size as the newly installed pistons.

Next we take precision to a new level. Using a state-of-the-art diamond honing machine, we finely hone the cylinder blocks, giving smoothness and longevity to each engine. Resulting in .0015 to .004 an inch of clearance between the cylinder wall and the piston, the honing process is also important in achieving the fine cross hatching finish needed for proper piston ring seating.

We take it seriously. At this phase in the process, we clean the crankshafts, through each oil gallery with fine wire brushes ground on the latest model crank grinder and polished them until they gleam. But we don’t stop there. We clean the oil galleys one last time with a white rag just to ensure they sparkle.

Machined: Now the cylinder heads are machined to accept only new valves using original equipment guides. Rough machining is performed on the guides and each individual guide is diamond honed to fit the new valve stem. This is the mostly lengthy and expensive part of the remanufacturing process but crucial in order to achieve the precise finish required between the valve stem and the valve guide in today’s engines. Next, the valve seats are precision ground using a Serdi, a top of the line three angle cutting machine which is automatically set to cut precise three angle seat patterns for individual applications. After the Serdi has done its job, we take the cylinder head to a broach machine to mill the cylinder head for a smooth surface and proper sealing. Once the machining is complete, the cylinder heads are cleaned again and assembled with new valves, valve springs, valve keepers and high temp seals. Lastly, the cylinder heads are placed on a vacuum tester to assure the fit and sealing of the valves as well as the integrity of the casting.

Next we move on to the connecting rods. The rods, which have been cleaned and shot peened, are resized to conform to the rod bearings being used. Pistons are hung and piston rings installed.

The completed bare machined cylinder block, crankshaft, connecting rods, and assembled cylinder heads are now ready to be assembled into one of our high quality long blocks.

The cylinder block gets the royal treatment. We install all of the brass soft plugs, oil galley plugs and cam bearings. Then we blow high pressure air through all the oil galleys and water jackets once again to be certain all contaminates are removed. The cylinder walls are then wiped down with clean white towels.

Having reached the end of our intensive process, the cylinder block is then moved to the assembler where the main bearings are installed and a special, high-cost prelube called AL22 is used to coat the bearings. This special lubricant is a Teflon coating substance that reduces the danger of a dry engine start (no oil). Next, the crank is then assembled into the block and the pistons are then coated with AL22, slid into the correct cylinders and attached to the crankshaft. A new camshaft and timing components are installed. The cylinder heads are now installed on the short block. Lastly, all new rocker arms, hold down bolts, push rods and lifters are then installed to complete the long block.

After giving your engine a final run on the SIM machine to ensure proper working order, we twice cover the engine with purpose-made heavy duty plastic bags, place the engine in a cradle and then secure it all on a half-sized pallet. Finally, we finish by affixing heavy duty cardboard casing over the pallet to protect your investment. 

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6302 NE 131st Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98682
Phone: (360) 533-2202

Located in Vancouver, Washington just off I-205, 5 min North of Portland OR.

Our shop specialize in 4x4, truck, and SUV parts and installation. We carry a full line of off road parts and accessories for your truck or SUV. Whether its for your Chevy, Ford, Jeep, Toyota, or anything else we carry accessories like lift kits, bumpers, axles, lights, 4x4 parts and much more. We serve the Vancouver, Portland, Battle Ground, Ridgefield, Brush Prairie, Hockinson, Camas, Washougal and the surrounding areas.

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