Call To Order: 1-800-541-9352

Get the Best Priced Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket

Select Your Vehicle:
  • Fast Shipping
  • 30-Day Return Policy
  • Low Prices

Toyota 4Runner Replacement Valve Cover Gasket Information


The Toyota 4Runner valve cover gasket performs the important function of ensuring engine oil does not leak when it reaches the valves. Most cars have an overhead camshaft. This means the camshaft and the valves form the upper most limit of the auto engine. Oil is pumped throughout the engine and this ensure the camshaft and valves too remain well oiled. The engine head refers to a block of metal that is shaped to cover the camshaft and the valves thereby sealing the engine block. A heavy metal cover screwed down on the engine block is enough to prevent air and dirt from entering. However, the oil pumped throughout the engine will leak through the gap allowing entry of air and dirt. It will also affect engine lubrication. This is why Toyota 4Runner valve cover gaskets are used to seal the gap and make it leak proof. The gasket is a rubber seal that fits between the engine block and the overhead cover. The gasket frays as time goes by and small cracks and holes may cause leakage of oil. The overhead cover must be fitted in exactly the same position to ensure the valves, which open and close 33 times per second, do not come in contact with any other auto component.


Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket They are available for the following Toyota 4Runner years: 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, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84. This part is also sometimes called Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gaskets. We stock valve cover gasket parts for most Toyota models including Camry, Tacoma, Corolla, Tundra, Pickup, Sienna, Avalon, RAV4, T100, Sequoia, Celica, Highlander, Land Cruiser, Solara, MR2, Matrix, Tercel, Supra, Previa, MR2 Spyder, Cressida, Paseo, FJ Cruiser, Prius, Echo, Yaris, Venza, Van, Prius V, 86, Corona, Hi Lux, Carina and Van Wagon.

We stock these Valve Cover Gasket brands for the Toyota 4Runner: Original Equipment, Beck Arnley, Stone, APEX, DNJ Rock, Felpro, API and DIY Solutions.


› Change Vehicle
Review Fitment Notes to Ensure Proper Fit

Related Top Sellers

Research on Valve Cover Gasket for Toyota 4Runner

Toyota 4Runner Water Pump

Your Toyota 4Runner is reliable, safe, and can go anywhere you ask it to go. It’ll traverse mountains and city streets alike with ease, but not if your water pump is faulty. Keep your ride going with parts from the best source available, PartsGeek.com.

PartsGeek.com offers a huge selection at up to 80% off list price. Their customer service is second to none, and the 30-day guarantee gives you peace of mind you can’t find anywhere else. Take a look below and find the parts you need to keep your family on the move.

What is a Toyota 4Runner water pump?

Your vehicle’s water pump is a pivotal part of the overall system. The water pump moves coolant between the engine and the radiator to protect the engine against overheating. The pump is equipped with an impeller with blades of metal or plastic inside that pushes the water through the pump and through the system.

How much is a new Toyota 4Runner water pump?

A new water pump for your Toyota 4Runner will run anywhere from $25 to $100, depending upon manufacturer, constituent materials, and condition. You can save quite a lot of money by opting for remanufactured over new, but be careful to invest in the kind of high-quality part that came installed on your 4Runner. You chose that vehicle for its reliability, versatility, and style, don’t sacrifice that by using parts of a lesser quality.

How do you replace a Toyota 4Runner water pump?

Replacing your water pump is not a complicated task. You’ll want to begin by pressure testing the cooling system to check for leaks. Once you’ve ascertained that the system is solid, remove and replace the water pump. Prime the pump with new coolant, and then install the radiator cap and thermostat. It’s a good idea to check those while they’re removed to be sure they don’t also need to be replaced. Once you’ve completed the replacement, take your vehicle for a test drive to be sure everything is working as it should.



Some of our Customer Reviews
Very Satisfied
Reviewer: B

Quality parts.

2001 Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket Set

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Marcos L

The cheapest and reliable site to buy your autoparts.

2005 Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Steve

I'm looking into buying a gasket for my 4runner and this site has the entire set I would need. I noticed that I could obtain a coupon if I gave a review, so maybe I'll have to update it after I get the coupon, then the part, then use the coupon, then install the part, then test it out. All seems like a good plan but I'll just have to wait and see.

1999 Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket Set

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: 4 Runner Valve cover Gasket set

2000 Toyota 4 Runner Valve Cover Gasket Set. This was a great product and was delivered the same week it was ordered.

2000 Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket Set

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Jay

Genuine oem part for a lot cheaper than the stealership was asking, glad I went with parts geek.

1996 Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket Set

Somewhat Satisfied
Reviewer: Blake

Quick shipping easy installation repeat customer for sure

1999 Toyota 4Runner Valve Cover Gasket Set