How to Replace the Starter in a Toyota Tundra?

Answer 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 »

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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 Tie Rod End in a Toyota Tundra?

The tie rod ends connect the tie rod to the steering knuckle and keep the tires aligned on your Toyota Tundra. If you find that your tires are out of alignment, you can replace the tie rod ends you... Read More »

How to Replace the Oil Pan Gasket in a Toyota Tundra?

Like most Toyota models, the Tundra's oil pan doesn't require a traditional cork gasket, but instead, a special sealant is used to keep the pan from leaking. Here is how to change the oil in the po... Read More »

How to Replace the PCV Valve in a Toyota Tundra?

The positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve makes up an important part of your Toyota Tundra's ventilation system. Air flows through the valve in order to ensure that your engine does not build ... Read More »