How to Replace a 91 Toyota 3.0 Starter?

Answer Your 1991 Toyota needs a starter motor in proper condition to produce the high torque demanded by its 3.0L engine model. A faulty starter motor can slow-crank the engine, overheat the starter cable... Read More »

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How to Replace a Toyota Starter?

The starter motor on your Toyota vehicle has one responsibility: start the car. It's a simple task, as the electrical motor is powered by the battery, and turns a splinted shaft which turns over th... Read More »

How to Replace a Starter in a Toyota Camry?

Replacing the starter in your Toyota Camry yourself can save you time and money. The starter is located on the passenger's side of the engine near the bottom. You can access the starter from the to... Read More »

How to Replace the Starter in a Toyota Tacoma?

When the engine in your 2001 to 2004 Toyota Tacoma fails to start, check the starter motor. While it might turn, the starter motor might not be outputting the amps required. The correct amps are ne... Read More »

How to Replace a Toyota Celica Starter?

The Toyota Celica starter is the key to your car starting and taking you where you want to go. When you turn the key in the ignition it activates an electrical charge in the solenoid which in turn ... Read More »