How to Change the Motor Oil in a 1997 Toyota Tacoma?

Answer Changing the oil in a 1997 Toyota Tacoma is recommended every 3,000 miles when using conventional fossil foundation motor oil, and every 7,000 miles when synthetic is used. The filter should be inc... Read More »

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How to Remove a 1997 Toyota Tacoma Headliner?

The headliner on a 1997 Toyota Tacoma has sun visors and a dome light in the center. The headliner consists of a thin fabric material, a layer of thin foam all glued to a headliner board against th... Read More »

How to Find Out What Motor Is in My Toyota Tacoma?

Toyota has offered its Tacoma pickup truck with different types of engines, including several engine options in the same model. Some Tacomas come with four cylinder engines, while others have six c... Read More »

How to Add a Leaf Helper Spring for a 1997 Toyota Tacoma?

The leaf springs on a 1997 Toyota Tacoma keep the rear end aligned, and also provide support for the weight carried in the back of the vehicle. When the rear of the truck is under a heavy load, the... Read More »

How to Remove a Starter Motor in a 1995 Toyota Tacoma?

Regardless of which of the two Toyota engines is in your 1995 Toyota Tacoma, the starter removal procedure is the same, and it is easy. All you need are some basic tools, and for the inexperienced ... Read More »