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 the Starter in a Toyota Tundra?

A starter cranks the engine, drawing air and fuel into the cylinders of your 2001 to 2006 Toyota Tundra and compressing them so they will ignite. It also gets the ignition and crankshaft into place... Read More »

How to Replace the Starter on a Toyota Tundra 4.7L?

If your Toyota Tundra 4.7L starter is having problems and is only starting intermittently, or not at all, then you will need to replace it. Fortunately, replacing the starter is not a difficult job... Read More »

How to Replace a Starter in a 1991 Toyota?

If the starter in your 1991 Toyota starts to drag, grind or fails altogether, you can replace it yourself in just a few hours. Doing the work yourself will save you money and the repair can be perf... Read More »