Starter Removal for a 1996 Toyota Tacoma?

Answer If your 1996 Toyota Tacoma is not starting or does not always turn over, your starter may be failing. Many auto parts stores will test the starter for you, but you need to remove the starter from t... Read More »

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How to Replace a Starter in a 1996 Toyota Tacoma?

The starter on your 1996 Toyota Tacoma uses a high-torque electric motor to turn the engine over when you turn the ignition key. The most common problem with a starter is when the electric motor go... 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 »

1996 Toyota Tacoma Specifications?

Toyota's 1996 Tacoma pickup truck was essentially the same as the 1995 introduced in its mid-year. The 1996 Tacoma was the seventh-generation pickup truck and was built with rear two-wheel drive o... Read More »

How to Check the U Joints on a 1996 Toyota Tacoma?

A universal joint, commonly called a U-joint, is a type of connector that allows two rigid rods to rotate and bend in any direction. On the 1996 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck, U-joints are used in the... Read More »