Question about 1991 Toyota Pickup
The truck's battery kick's off, but I can't get the motor to turn over. Could this be the starter or solenoid? If so, how difficult is it to fix? Thanks
Remove the starter from the vehicle, Remove the 3 small bolts that retain the cap on the solenoid side. Remove the solenoid cap, then the plunger. Examine the plunger for burnt marks, inspect the contacts that the plunger contacts onto...If you see anything that is burnt or worn down, replace all 3 parts. Easy fix. I do it 8-9 times a month. Cheaper than buying a new starter.
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