Finish Selecting Your Vehicle to Shop For Your Fuel Filter

Choose a Year for your Toyota 's Fuel Filter

  • 2020
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2010
  • 2009
  • 2008
  • 2007
  • 2006
  • 2005
  • 2004
  • 2003
  • 2002
  • 2001
  • 2000
  • 1999
  • 1998
  • 1997
  • 1996
  • 1995
  • 1994
  • 1993
  • 1992
  • 1991
  • 1990
  • 1989
  • 1988
  • 1987
  • 1986
  • 1985
  • 1984
  • 1983
  • 1982
  • 1981
  • 1980
  • 1979
  • 1978
  • 1977
  • 1976
  • 1975
  • 1974
  • 1973
  • 1972
  • 1971
  • 1970
  • 1969
  • 1968
  • 1967
  • 1966
  • 1965
  • 1964
  • 1963
  • 1962
  • 1961
  • 1960
Show More Years

Shop By Brand

The Following brands are available based on your search.

  • ACDelco
    ACDelco
  • Aisan
    Aisan
  • Beck Arnley
    Beck Arnley
  • Bosch
    Bosch
  • Ecogard
    Ecogard
  • Forecast
    Forecast
  • Genuine
    Genuine
  • Hastings
    Hastings
  • Interfil
    Interfil
  • Kolbenschmidt
    Kolbenschmidt
  • Mahle
    Mahle
  • Meyle
    Meyle
  • NPN
    NPN
  • Premium Guard
    Premium Guard
  • Vaico
    Vaico
  • Wix
    Wix

Best Selling Genuine Toyota Fuel Filters

  • We Stock the following top leading brands, including Hastings, Premium Guard, Meyle, NPN, Interfil, Mahle
  • Constantly Updated Inventory of Toyota Replacement Fuel Filter Parts

We stock Fuel Filter parts for most Toyota models, including 4Runner, Avalon, Camry, Celica, Corolla, Cressida, Echo, FJ Cruiser, Highlander, Land Cruiser, MR2, Matrix, Paseo, Pickup, Previa, Prius, RAV4, Sequoia, Sienna, Solara, Supra, T100, Tacoma, Tercel, Tundra, Yaris.


Hastings
1996 Toyota Avalon Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L Hastings

P311-4F023E2    GF288  New

Qty:
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • Universal In-Line Fuel Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 588
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Toyota Avalon V 6 Cyl 3.0L - 2995
Hastings
1995 Toyota Paseo Fuel Filter 4 Cyl 1.5L Hastings

P311-4F023E2    GF288  New

Qty:
Hastings Fuel Filter
  • Universal In-Line Fuel Filter
  • ; Except California
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 588
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Toyota Paseo E L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1497
Premium Guard
1991 Toyota 4Runner Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L Premium Guard

P311-37069B3    PF4710  New

GF139 , GF3042 , 86319 , FF692 , PFB4471 , MF44710 , P552372 , GF-822 , FG-1099 , 73319 , 95319 , FL-0145 , G156 , F44710 , 3319 , 043-0920 , PF6680 , GF656 , 3191134000 , 524 , FF5177 , 186100-1980 , GF219 , 23319 , 2330062010 , FGI-50 , XF44710 , 71649 , V3319 , BF1148 , MF 1016 , PF4710 , ALG-6042 , GG-187 , G6324 , G6680 , PG6680 , LG-8324 , 25175534 , F44710P

Qty:
8.65
Premium Guard Fuel Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1991 - Toyota 4Runner V 6 Cyl 3.0L - 2959
Premium Guard
1994 Toyota Corolla Fuel Filter 4 Cyl 1.8L Premium Guard

P311-3F7FE12    PF4664  New

BF1050 , G6674 , 23300-15020 , F54664 , 043-0987 , 86294 , FF5194 , PF4664 , GF6044 , FF980 , MF 1037 , 23294 , GF-824 , V3294 , PFB5466 , 0-986-450-110 , 3294 , XF33565 , PG6674 , 73294 , G197 , 95294 , F54664P , G6303 , 549 , LG-8303 , 186100-1820 , GF237 , GF615 , GF140 , FF722 , 5002-230902 , 25121757 , PF6674

Qty:
10.08
Premium Guard Fuel Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Toyota Corolla L 4 Cyl 1.8L 107 1762
Premium Guard
1997 Toyota Camry Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L Premium Guard

P311-411BCBC    PF5068  New

PFB4506 , F45068 , 3639 , FG190 , GF-946 , G251 , 73502 , 3502 , 2330029045 , FGI-218 , 23502 , FF666 , GF807 , PG7194 , GF3065 , GF288 , PF5068 , F45068P , FG-1101 , PF7767 , MF 1015 , V6065 , G7767 , 043-1007 , ALG-6065 , 0-986-450-221 , G6541 , XF45068 , 25313809 , 86502 , 95502 , MF45068

Qty:
9.60
Premium Guard Fuel Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Toyota Camry V 6 Cyl 3.0L - 2995
Meyle
1995 Toyota Tacoma Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.4L Meyle - w/o Bracket

P311-45D6EDA    W0133-1620885  New

Qty:
15.18
Meyle Fuel Filter
  • w/o Bracket
  • In Line
Brand: Meyle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Toyota Tacoma V 6 Cyl 3.4L - 3378
NPN
1995 Toyota Tacoma Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.4L NPN - In Line with Bracket

P311-2EBD3D4    W0133-1620885  New

Qty:
35.94
NPN Fuel Filter
  • In Line with Bracket
  • In Line
Brand: NPN
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Toyota Tacoma V 6 Cyl 3.4L - 3378
Meyle
2003 Toyota Tacoma Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.4L Meyle - w/o Bracket

P311-45D6EDA    W0133-1620885  New

Qty:
15.18
Meyle Fuel Filter
  • w/o Bracket
Brand: Meyle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Toyota Tacoma V 6 Cyl 3.4L - 3378
NPN
1999 Toyota Tacoma Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.4L NPN - In Line with Bracket

P311-2EBD3D4    W0133-1620885  New

Qty:
35.94
NPN Fuel Filter
  • In Line with Bracket
Brand: NPN
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1999 - Toyota Tacoma V 6 Cyl 3.4L - 3378
Interfil
1996 Toyota Paseo Fuel Filter Interfil - In Line

P311-378EBEE    W0133-1625785  New

Qty:
36.65
Interfil Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 08/1995-
  • In Line
Brand: Interfil
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1996 - Toyota Paseo Fr:08-00-95
Interfil
1998 Toyota Tercel Fuel Filter Interfil - In Line

P311-378EBEE    W0133-1625785  New

Qty:
36.65
Interfil Fuel Filter
  • In Line
Brand: Interfil
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1998 - Toyota Tercel
Interfil
1999 Toyota Tercel Fuel Filter Interfil - In Line

P311-378EBEE    W0133-1625785  New

Qty:
36.65
Interfil Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: -06/1999
  • In Line
Brand: Interfil
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1999 - Toyota Tercel To:06-00-99
Interfil
1995 Toyota Tercel Fuel Filter Interfil - In Line

P311-378EBEE    W0133-1625785  New

Qty:
36.65
Interfil Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 09/1994-
  • In Line
Brand: Interfil
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1995 - Toyota Tercel Fr:09-00-94
Mahle
1994 Toyota Supra Fuel Filter Mahle - In Line w/o Bracket

P311-3C88E39    W0133-1625867  New

Qty:
31.50
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 12/1993-
  • In Line w/o Bracket
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1994 - Toyota Supra Fr:12-00-93
Mahle
1997 Toyota Supra Fuel Filter Mahle - In Line w/o Bracket

P311-3C88E39    W0133-1625867  New

Qty:
31.50
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • In Line w/o Bracket
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1997 - Toyota Supra
NPN
1996 Toyota 4Runner Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.4L NPN - In-Line with Bracket

P311-58DD00D    W0133-1628839  New

Qty:
44.26
NPN Fuel Filter
  • In-Line with Bracket
  • W/ Bracket
Brand: NPN
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Toyota 4Runner V 6 Cyl 3.4L - 3378
NPN
1996 Toyota 4Runner Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.4L NPN - In Line with Bracket

P311-58DD00D    W0133-1628839  New

Qty:
44.26
NPN Fuel Filter
  • In Line with Bracket
  • In Line
Brand: NPN
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Toyota 4Runner V 6 Cyl 3.4L - 3378
NPN
2002 Toyota 4Runner Fuel Filter NPN - In-Line with Bracket

P311-58DD00D    W0133-1628839  New

Qty:
44.26
NPN Fuel Filter
  • In-Line with Bracket
Brand: NPN
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Toyota 4Runner
NPN
2000 Toyota 4Runner Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.4L NPN - In Line with Bracket

P311-58DD00D    W0133-1628839  New

Qty:
44.26
NPN Fuel Filter
  • In Line with Bracket
Brand: NPN
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Toyota 4Runner V 6 Cyl 3.4L - 3378
Mahle
1998 Toyota RAV4 Fuel Filter Mahle - w/o Bracket

P311-58339A7    W0133-1622652  New

Qty:
24.31
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • w/o Bracket
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1998 - Toyota RAV4

Latest Car Advice

CarJunky AutoAdvice

fuel filter

Showing 6 out of 6 Posts
Question From Guest on fuel filter

I can find no fuel filter listed for an 05 Toyota 4 runner. Do they even have one? How is the fuel filtered?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

It has to have a filter! It may be too new for some parts stores to list so keep trying or get one at the dealer,

T

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

Don't know how accurate it is, but Alldata Pro has the filter in the tank. Warranty pays 1.9 hours to replace. Fuel pump pays 2.0 hours. Here is part number. It is for OEM Fuel Filter 2330050120 $53.07

Response From Guest

Thanks guys. I guess I'll see what the dealer says. I was just curious, because if you look at the scheduled maintenance on the 4runner, it shows everything down to the cabin filter. But it neve shows changing the fuel filter. I'm not sure what the deal is.

Response From Guest

Just spoke with Toyota and the filter is in the tank, but they claim it never needs changing.
Thanks for you input.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Great info way2old. Problem is that just really disappointed me to hear that Toyota has in their infinate wisdom decided to make such a move like that.

I can just see telling a customer that replacing a fuel filter is going to cost over $200 bucks!! Hey---- but this is progress T

cold engine start clicking noise, what is it?

Showing 2 out of 19 Posts | Show 17 Hidden Posts
Question From paulmars on cold engine start clicking noise, what is it?

I replaced my fuel filter on my 2003 2.4L toyota tacoma 2wd. 65k miles. At the same
time I checked the valves. No valve adjustment needed. Now I hear 4 to 6 rapid
metallic clicks when i start the engine cold. Once it happened when it was warm.

This fuel filter is not original equipment.

ideas?

tks,
pa

Response From Discretesignals

Did the clicks start happening right after you replaced your fuel filter? Do the clicks occur after the engine has started or do they happen before the starter engages?

Where do the clicks sound like they are coming from on the engine? might need someone to start the engine while your ear is under the hood.

Response From paulmars

yes that is why i mentioned the work done.

This reply page does not let me see my original post while I reply.

Immediately after engine starts.

engine compartment.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Here's your first post - "I replaced my fuel filter on my 2003 2.4L toyota tacoma 2wd. 65k miles. At the same
time I checked the valves. No valve adjustment needed. Now I hear 4 to 6 rapid
metallic clicks when i start the engine cold. Once it happened when it was warm.

This fuel filter is not original equipment.

ideas?"
**********************
True - once you are in "reply" mode you can't look back more than the post right before the new one at this format of forum.
Not sure how a fuel filter OE or whatever you did is the cause of clicking unless it's rubbing something somehow?
Your post suggests this noise goes right away and almost only on a cold start - right?
Begs the question what did you do to determine valves didn't need adjusting? I didn't look it up but can't think of much that requires periodic checking of valve lash or adjustment so did you find out after taking it apart? That's more likely to make some error and cause a problem than a fuel filter unless really hacked in there with something non OE if that means a whole different type of filter or just a replacement that wasn't from the vehicle maker?
Reading between the lines it didn't have any noise until you did this so I'd go back and check what you messed with or took apart that it's all back properly,


T

Response From paulmars

valves require periodic adjustment. At 15k one needed to be adjusted. Adjustment by replacing valve shim. Checked again at 65k and none needed adjustment. The FF requires no periodic replacement according to toyota, but then neither does the trany, diff, brake and clutch fluid. I prefer to replace fluids. I decided to replace the FF too. I dont know that either of these causes the clicking and I kinda doubt it. Especially the valves. however, I mention becasue it started right after I did those two preventative maintenance items.

4 to 6 very rapid clicks ticking 1 to 2 seconds. then it stops.

what i did to determine that the valves did not need adjustment, is I checked them with a feeler gauge. i cant imagine any other way. And yes I did turn the engine over so each cam lobe in turn was pointing up.

filter was listed in the parts store book as for this vehicle engine.

Valve cover is tight. All the bolts holding the FF are tight.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Arggh! 1-2 seconds isn't much time to isolate a noise.


Again I suggest if this happened from just checking valve lash which this time I looked was a bit involved and could be wrong but requires draining engine coolant? OK - did any get on any belts?


Thinking outside the box that if a belt was wet with coolant it just might make a noise but would figure it would go away after a run but maybe not?


Plain accessory belt(s) can make noise, some normal some not. IDK - if that silly it should shut up if you spray it with just water before start up when you are sure you would hear this noise.


If that makes noise go away just once and comes back (it would) then I'd think about cleaning the belt or replacing it/them.


I did find the list of things to do by miles and a bit surprised at the job it is to check valve lifter clearance as in general I would think you would hear one or more out of spec first then go check?


Other proactive things you listed I would normally suggest but shame on me don't do all that on even my own and keep vehicles for ages and ages my own. I do look for assorted leaks and check levels but for gear cases not very often unless something seen.


So, back to this noise that's gone so fast not sure what to suggest as noise would be gone before you could isolate it?????????


T

Response From paulmars


Arggh! 1-2 seconds isn't much time to isolate a noise.


Again I suggest if this happened from just checking valve lash which this time I looked was a bit involved and could be wrong but requires draining engine coolant? OK - did any get on any belts?


Thinking outside the box that if a belt was wet with coolant it just might make a noise but would figure it would go away after a run but maybe not?


Plain accessory belt(s) can make noise, some normal some not. IDK - if that silly it should shut up if you spray it with just water before start up when you are sure you would hear this noise.


If that makes noise go away just once and comes back (it would) then I'd think about cleaning the belt or replacing it/them.


I did find the list of things to do by miles and a bit surprised at the job it is to check valve lifter clearance as in general I would think you would hear one or more out of spec first then go check?


Other proactive things you listed I would normally suggest but shame on me don't do all that on even my own and keep vehicles for ages and ages my own. I do look for assorted leaks and check levels but for gear cases not very often unless something seen.


So, back to this noise that's gone so fast not sure what to suggest as noise would be gone before you could isolate it?????????


T

Response From paulmars

ok that did not work. I replied with quote, but i see it took the quote, but not my reply. Here was my reply:

Ive never drained coolant to check valve clearance. Just remove the valve cover.

I never heard of that. Just waiting until a valve sounded out of spec before checking. I think all vehicles i ever owned listed a mileage/months frequency for checking clearance...with a feeler gauge.

Reply To



Response From Hammer Time

Please stop using the quote feature. It doesn't work very well and it's messing up all your responses. I deleted the last one as nothing new was in it.

Response From paulmars

i replied 3 more times after that w/o using the quote and it said:
Car Repair Guides: An error occurred


The post you attempted to access does not exist
each time loosing all my tex. One hour later and Im done with this mess! Im not even sure it will post this, cuz 4 previous times it did not!

Response From paulmars

ok. 3 times retyping all my thread reply text and it does not work, then it does take my post when I just complain about the site failing. Wast of time!

Response From paulmars

those 3 times w/o using the quote function.

Response From paulmars

ok, site works when i dont post relevant topic info...

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sorry for site problems - there are many and different views depending on the device and server you are using. All is "cashed" while you type and if a "reply" only is used on a post that doesn't exist it will toss it out. Been here since 2002 and I can't use the "quote" button so spell it out if needed. If I do it will post in small print in reply to and everything I typed will be in the wrong place so it's not just you. I delete my own if that happens or never use the quote button.
Other is open two windows and keep refreshing one to see if the thread has already been touched which is a real pest.


Back to the problem: I did find a marginally trustworthy copy of AllDataDIY on this engine which does state checking adjusting so called lifters with shims of assorted sized and also said in procedures to get that far coolant was to be drained so that was wrong info listed for your exact engine?
Incorrect info out there if only parts #s and more doesn't get corrected so stays forever and I can't know if it correct or not. Said you use a micrometer to measure thickness of old shim you are replacing to get "lash" into spec like stacking worn pennies or something. Sucky design IMO and a huge car maker like Toyota should have just used hydraulic lifters and end this bullcrap.
Seems to me your trouble began with touching it at all. So much over torqueing(that word is spelling incorrectly and my computer will NOT let me spell that properly!) valve cover might have thrown off the real gap you were trying to fix or remove that you at least thought was off?
Again: This is so quick that you hear anything you may only know by going back and checking all you did again.


You are being a good egg doing services and maintenance we would suggest folks do to the letter and it seems to have messed you up. Info on this plain stinks, doesn't list exact tools needed nor other checks and services to do by miles and lists no time intervals.
Any decent paper owner's manual should list it out by time and miles and toss the computer/devices out. They are messing you up in this case IMO,


Tom

Response From Hammer Time

If you can't handle posting on the site, you surely aren't going to be able to fix your vehicle.

Response From Hammer Time

If you just stop using the quote button, you won't have a problem.

Response From Hammer Time

I think all vehicles i ever owned listed a mileage/months frequency for checking clearance...with a feeler gauge.

I don't know what vehicles you have owned in the past but the only valves that need adjusting are solid lifter setups and 95% of the cars out there have hydraulic lifters now and don't require anything beyond initial setup.

Response From Discretesignals

If you have excessive valve lash, the ticking noise would stay regardless. 15K valve lash check and adjustment it really an overkill on something like that. I believe the only time a lash adjustment would be needed if it was at a much higher mileage, manufacture recommends 60K intervals, or you had to service the cylinder head for some reason. When the valve seats wear on those, the lash gets tighter. They want to make sure there is enough lash, but not enough to cause noise, so the valves seat properly.

I don't see any tech bulletins on engine noises on cold start. Still would be nice if you could isolate the location of the noise.

Cold weather and too thick of an oil could cause noises during start. Are you using a factory oil filter? During start up and the oil is thick, the bypass valve will open up in the filter, so unfiltered oil makes it way through the engine. Oil that is cold and thicker can make the chain rattle before the chain tensioner has a time to react or the lash to be excessive in the valve train until the lifter buckets fill up.

Response From Discretesignals

Engine compartment is pretty broad. Can you isolate the source of the noise inside the engine compartment?

When you checked the valves, did you remove anything such as the valve cover? Was the reason you checked the valves because you heard the noise after replacing the filter?

98 Toyota Camry stalls - not getting fuel?

Showing 2 out of 3 Posts | Show 1 Hidden Posts
Question From Guest on 98 Toyota Camry stalls - not getting fuel?

I have a 98 toyota camry that will drive for a short distance and then stall out. Have to wait for a while before it starts and runs again for just a few minutes. Acts like the fuel is bad or not getting fuel? What is the best way for me to trouble shoot this problem?

Response From Guest

If the fuel system test/inspection is ok then locate your ECU and there are a number of fusible links to check,(this has happened to me before with same car) that when blown show symptoms very similar to yours.(when this happened to me the check engine light came on during poor performance.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Bad or fuel too dirty will be tricky. I'd try a new fuel filter and if that changes it that would point to a bad fuel problem. Try to get a fuel pressure test both while runnning and not. That could lead to a bad fuel pump.

If you really think it's bad fuel I would try a can of SeaFoam in the gas and see if you can't burn this tank away and if it works yet another fuel filter, T

1994 Toyota Camry

Showing 2 out of 9 Posts | Show 7 Hidden Posts
Question From cubbie21 on 1994 Toyota Camry

My 1994 Toyota Camry 4 cyl 80000 mi would not start today.
I had been low on gas & thought perhaps it was empty. I put almost 3 gallons of gas in but it still won't start.

A friend looked at it & he said it may be the fuel pump.
Does anyone have any ideas?

Response From motorheadII

Check for spark at a plug wire, check for fuel delivery. You can check for fuel by disconnecting the fuel filter and watching for fuel flow while an asst. cranks the engine. CAUTION: Be very sure there are no ignition sources while doing this test. At 80K, it could also be the cam belt. Let us know what you find.

Response From cubbie21 Top Rated Answer



Where is the fuel filter?

Response From rdavidson

Mounts on the left fender well beside the airfilter box.

Response From cubbie21


Problem was the ignition coil - replaced & everything seems fine.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Thanks for letting us all know what fixed it. That helps,

Response From cubbie21


It happened out of no where- parked it at work after going to lunch. 3 hours later it would not start. There has been no sign of trouble previous except that I needed gas.

Response From motorheadII

If you can see the cam through the oil fill hole, have an asst. crank the engine while observing cam for rotation. This will tell you if belt is stripped.

Response From motorheadII

I'm at home, so I don't have access to repair information. I think it's under the hood on the left fenderwell. You can locate it by following the fuel line back from where it attaches to the fuel rail.

1993 Toyota sputtering like its running out of gas

Showing 2 out of 2 Posts
Question From shadonanggab4 on 1993 Toyota sputtering like its running out of gas

1993 Toyota Corolla DX, 1.8, 212,000 miles


So I almost let my car run out of gas and it died on me. We have replaced the fuel pump, fuel pump relay and fuel pressure regulator. It ran fine for about a day, but today when I was at a stop sign and went to go, my car started sputtering like it was running out of gas and it died right in the middle of the road.....I tried to start it like 8 times then on the 9th time it finally started. On my way home I was going up a hill and it did the same thing. I have 1/2 tank of gas in the car. Could someone please help me?!?

Response From speed Top Rated Answer

you may have a clogged fuel filter, try changing your fuel filter.