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I need to remove the old starter on my 2005 Toyota Sienna and install the new starter but need to locate the starter, I've attempted to find diagrams but have not had any success

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  • stephpanie Sep 13, 2010

    Still attempting to locate the starter in 2005 Toyota Sienna The answer stated "just a little bit behind the battery" - can it be viewed from the top or do you need to get under van to see it as the only thing behind the battery is covered with plastic case - is this it and the cover needs removed or do I need to be looking for something else?

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The starter motor is located just a little bit behind the battery. There are two big screws holding it to the engine. The screws can be removed by 12mm or 1/2 inch sockets wrench. They are relatively not hard to remove. I bought a remanufactured/refurbished replacement starter at Autozone for $189 and some change. It took me about one 1/2 hrs to remove and replace. Good luck.

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Hello! Here is a diagram of starter location for your vehicle...

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