Question about 2000 Toyota Tundra
Sometimes starts great, sometimes I have to turn the ignition key several times to get it to fire up. Battery good, all terminals clean.
You need to replace the starter solenoid contacts, or the starter itself.
Note that the starter is UNDER the intake manifold. This is a VERY difficult job, and is not recommended to those who do not have sufficient automotive experience.
If you DO remove the intake, you MUST replace the intake manifold gaskets, or your engine will not run properly, due to air leaks at the intake mating surfaces.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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