Question about 1999 Toyota 4Runner
There are 2 long screws that holds the starter. Remove battery first before doing any work. Since the 4runner has a high clearance, I did not jack up the car but it would be easier if you have a ramp. Make sure you have the right tools to remove those 2 screws. Remove the positive and negative terminals first.
The replacement starter has to be the exact size as the old one. Don't buy from those auto parts chain for $180. Google around your area for car electrical shops that remanufactures those starters for only $45.
Took me 1.5 hours and only spent $45 for the starter.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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