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How do I get to the bolts on the starter of a 91 4 runner

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Is it a 3VZE (V6)? If so, top bolt from the rear next to the bell housing. A bracket that holds the clutch line is also held by this bolt. The lower bolt from the front between the A/C and the sump. Both bolts will need a socket with a long extension (or two) and a universal joint on the socket makes it a lot easier.

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Disconnecting the starter wires

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