Question about 2005 Toyota Highlander V6
Unless you have moderate experience in mechanics, you might want to think twice about doing it yourself. Are you planning on changing the tensioner pulley and water pump while it's torn down? Many things to think about before jumping into a job where the whole front of the motor has to come off. Just my opinion. If you do try it, best of luck. I'd suggest a repair manual that covers your vehicle. It will give you step by step instructions for your job.
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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