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Official Elise Parts List

A stock/replacement parts list of the Elise parts I gathered for maintenance Etc. insight or suggestions welcome.

Lotus service parts


ENGINE:

Air Filter:
Toyota/OEM 17801-0D020
Green filter 2319 (online)

Oil drain crush washer:
Part#9043012031 (Toyota)

Oil filter:
Mobile M1-209 (pep boys, Amazon)
Recommended for its filtering quality/build.

Engine Oil ( 2ZZ-GE by Yamaha):
Rotella T6 5W-40 (Walmart)
Mobil One 5w-40 (Better, Amazon)
Pennzoil 5W-40 Europe (Amazon)
Castrol Edge Synthetic 5w-40


Gearbox oil:
Redline MT 90 (online)

Serpentine belt (need consensus on non S/C, S/C, later models, etc) I have a 2005 Non S/C so I'm guessing:

Gates #K060663
AC Delco 6K663
Dayco 5060665
Goodyear 4060663
Napa 25-060663
Non-A/C Non-S/C car: K060559
N/A A/C car NAPA 25-060663
Toyota 90916-02537

Thermostat:
Toyota 90916-A3003
*Note thermostat gasket is sold separately Toyota part number 16325-62010

Coolant:
Peak Global Lifetime 50/50 Prediluted - Closest coolant to stock you can get in the USA - Hard to find, believe it or not Walgreens carries it.


LIGHTS:

Turn signal bulbs front:
WY5W chrome (amazon/ eBay)

Headlights:
Low beam- H1 55w
High beam- H7 55w Osram

WHEELS/TIRES:

Wheel sizes:
Wheel bolt pattern = 4 x 100mm w/
Offsets of +31.3m front +38.0 rear

Wheel size:
Front - 16x6 (6.5)"
Rear- 17x7 (7.5)" some models are the wider width.

Tire sizes (stock): treaddepot.com
195/50/16
225/45/17


Brake Rotors:
Can be turned if above 24mm
Front- Centric Cross Drilled
128.23000
Rear- no idea

Brake pads:
Porter field R4S

TRANSMISSION:

Clutch:

Clutch disc-
Toyota 31250-52100
Pressure plate-
Toyota 31210-12251
Throw out bearing-
Toyota 31230-12191


Gas cap:
Jaguar P/N C2P5270. Made by
Stant Manufacturing UK
Locking cap on reallylightstuff.com



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Looking for mostly stock or equivalent replacements. Let's leave some of the aftermarket stuff for another thread (for the exception of oil, which there is always an argument about)


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Add oil:
Castrol Edge Synthetic 5w-40

Add stock air filter:
Toyota/OEM 17801-0D020

Add Thermostat:
Toyota 90916-A3003
Note thermostat gasket is sold separately Toyota part number 16325-62010

Add Coolant:
Peak Global Lifetime 50/50 Prediluted - Closest coolant to stock you can get in the USA - Hard to find, believe it or not Walgreens carries it (I didn't believe it either until I found it there)

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How do we have an admin add this as a sticky?


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You can PM or tag a moderator and ask if it can be a sticky, and if we decide it's worthy or needs to be stuck, we shall sticky it! Seems like a good idea. You can tag users by adding an @ symbol at the beginning of their username. @Coyne
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You can PM or tag a moderator and ask if it can be a sticky, and if we decide it's worthy or needs to be stuck, we shall sticky it! Seems like a good idea. You can tag users by adding an @ symbol at the beginning of their username. @Coyne

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Anybody that has replaced their belt, we could use help on defining which belt fits which year/engine type.


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After a set amount of time, you won't be able to edit the OP, just tag one of us in the thread when you need to add more to it.
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Is there a sticky or thread that clearly lists what parts are Toyota and what parts are Lotus? Having no luck w search and this thread is the closest I've gotten...

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Is there a sticky or thread that clearly lists what parts are Toyota and what parts are Lotus? Having no luck w search and this thread is the closest I've gotten...

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I doubt there is a definitive list in one place. What are you looking for?

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A replacement blower motor for the hvac system. Been trying to get one for almost a week now and the car junkyard that says they have the part still hasn't bothered to pull it and ship it despite daily reminders and encouragement. Im almost 100 percent sure its not a Toyota part but one can dream/hope. Dying to get my new to me Lotus back together by the seller and shipped to me.

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Rock Auto has a good cross-reference search. The diverted flap, for instance, comes from an International School Bus...


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A few parts to add to the list.

Coil packs Accel #140314

Valve cover gasket Fel pro VR 50546 R
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A replacement blower motor for the hvac system. Been trying to get one for almost a week now and the car junkyard that says they have the part still hasn't bothered to pull it and ship it despite daily reminders and encouragement. Im almost 100 percent sure its not a Toyota part but one can dream/hope. Dying to get my new to me Lotus back together by the seller and shipped to me.
The HVAC blower is:
SPAL 007-A42-32D in 12v form

The resistors are:
Arcol 284-HS50-0.05
Arcol 284-HS50-0.22
Arcol 284-HS50-0.27
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I would argue that the Toyota thermostat should not be replaced with the factory part, since the factory part is defective by design. A replacement without the internal rubber seal should be used.

The failure mode looks like this
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HVAC flap motors:
Bergstrom 2199069

A/C Expansion Valve:
Omega 31-31199 (Case Part No.: 82023542, Jcbcom Part No.: 983/11152, New Holland Part No.: 82023542)

Windshield Washer Pump:
SAAB 90585761 - latest design available in the US, other old Saab and GM part numbers will show replaced by this one

Radio wiring Harness Connectors:
Metra 70-1784

Oxygen Sensors:
Bosch: 0 258 006 127
Rover: MHK 100840
Denso: DOX-2017

Shocks Base Elise:
Fronts
Bilstein F4-BE3-A626-T0
Bilstein F4-BE3-A626-T0
Rears
Bilstein F4-BE3-A627-T0
Bilstein F4-BE3-A627-T0

Wheel Bearings with speed sensors (all Federal cars on all 4 wheels):
SKF VKBA3511

Steering Wheel Clock Spring:
GM 09179297

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Quickilver Exhaust
DBA4000 w/ Stainless Hoses
S111 re-ENFORCER, DSbrace
ProAlloy Radiator
Alpine Type R, JL Audio 2 Speakers
Odyssey PC925 in Rennline EL41.35 Box

Added:
Cup Intake, Katana2+
RLS ExtendView Mirrors
OEM Harness Bar, Schroth 4pt Harness
Pioneer AVH-X7800BT w/ AVIC-U280
BOE Clamhinge w/ Radium Shims


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