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Dat Guy

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Hey All, 

 

My name is Brandon, I’m from Ontario Canada and I just purchased an 04 Alphard Hybrid.  The vehicle has 175,000km and is in good physical condition. I did a full diagnostic scan prior to purchase and it came back clean. It was imported to BC two years ago and spent last winter there. This will be its first Ontario winter (this is notable because Ontario salts its roads and BC doesn’t). 
 

I’m going to be taking the next bit to go through the vehicle. So far I know it needs front brake pads, rear shoes and drum/rotor for the RR and LR. I’ll be trying to confirm the part numbers for the items listed above by the end of today. I’ll then post the numbers in here. If some of you could look over my part numbers to confirm I’m using the correct ones, I’d appreciate it. 
 

If some of you have  recommendations of things I should be doing while I have it in the shop, let me know. I’m specifically thinking about maintenance related to the hybrid system. Thanks

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The parts I need for the Alphard are the;

front brake pads (04465-65021) 

rear parking brake shoe assembly

(46590-44010)

rear rotor (42431-28091 or 42431-28090) 

 

when cross checking the parts numbers to see which North American sold Toyota models used these parts, it seems like the difficulty will be in trying to source the rear rotor/rotors. Any online databases I’ve searched show Toyota only used that part on the Alphard and the Tarago. I called a local Toyota dealer to see if their part database could bring something up, but on their North American system it shows the part number as invalid. So if anyone reading this has any suggestions on how I can source these in a timely manner, let me know please. 
 

Cheers 

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Just now, Dat Guy said:

The parts I need for the Alphard are the;

front brake pads (04465-65021) 

rear parking brake shoe assembly

(46590-44010)

rear rotor (42431-28091 or 42431-28090) 

 

when cross checking the parts numbers to see which North American sold Toyota models used these parts, it seems like Beth’s difficulty will be in trying to source i

the rear rotor/rotors. Any online databases I’ve searched show Toyota only used that part on the Alphard and the Tarago. I called a local Toyota dealer to see if their part database could bring something up, but on their North American system it shows the part number as invalid. So if anyone reading this has any suggestions on how I can source these in a timely manner, let me know please. 
 

Cheers 

Also, the frame # is ATH10-0008699

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On 1/2/2024 at 12:57 PM, Dat Guy said:

The parts I need for the Alphard are the;

front brake pads (04465-65021) 

rear parking brake shoe assembly

(46590-44010)

rear rotor (42431-28091 or 42431-28090) 

 

when cross checking the parts numbers to see which North American sold Toyota models used these parts, it seems like the difficulty will be in trying to source the rear rotor/rotors. Any online databases I’ve searched show Toyota only used that part on the Alphard and the Tarago. I called a local Toyota dealer to see if their part database could bring something up, but on their North American system it shows the part number as invalid. So if anyone reading this has any suggestions on how I can source these in a timely manner, let me know please. 
 

Cheers 

Hi there, my name is Kreuz, from Ontario as well. Now I am looking for rotor parts too. And I found the same part number as you did. So that should be the right one. Did you get part from a local Toyota store or just purchased from Japan or eBay? 

 

Thank you 

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