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STARTER FOR 04 TOYOTA COROLLA

ANYONE THAT CAN POSSIBLY HELP, I WOULD VERY MUCH APPRECIATE! I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO WORK ON A NEWER CAR, AND NEED TO REPLACE THE STARTER IN MY 2004 TOYOTA COROLLA. CAN ANYONE GIVE SOME TIPS??

THANKS!

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  • a4gvngirl Aug 19, 2008

    AWESOME THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH, I APPRECIATE YOUR HELP!! THANKS FOR THE BOLT TIP TOO, I WOULDN'T HAVE THOUGHT OF THAT.. I'M STILL A NOVICE CAR MECHANIC, SO THANKS MUCH!!

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2008

    don't know were starter at

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First, turn the key switch to LOCK. Disconnect the battery and wait a few minutes to make sure the airbag is disarmed. Remove the engine cover panels from below the engine. If you need more room, consider removing the air cleaner, upper radiator support, battery and tray and the coolant reservoir and hose.

Remove the starter wires then the starter. Pay attention to which bolt goes to which hole as they are different lengths. Putting it back together should be self explanatory. Good luck!

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