I took mine out yesterday. I am not a professional mechanic, but I did remove my starter! Step One: Get tools needed for the job: Impact (no Need) swivel sockets 12mm/14mm Air Wrench (I only used this) Ratchet set w/ extensions -& reg. swivel -12mm/14mm short & deep Long flatnose Screwdriver 10mm/12mm/14mm Wrenches My Tool list took me a while to figure out what exactly to use. The first thing I did was remove the two bolts holding the starter W/ My Air Wrench, Extension, and 14mm Swivel Impact Socket (I tried using a regular swivel and regular socket on my impact and it broke). This is a delicate time consuming SOB. There may even be some times where a helper just manuevering the starter will come in handy. Also I didn't know this until the end "It may make it easier to go ahead and remove some of the brake lines. The two that are on the top portion of the frame next to the starter need to come out. One looks like a pigtail and I never took it all the Next I used the air wrench and a combination of 12mm socket extension and a regular swivel that are one- swivel Added info: I've changed starters on everything from Triumph Spitfires to 5 ton trucks in the Army and none were as difficult as replacing the starter on my 1996 Toyota Tacoma 4cyl (2.7L). This is the tightest location for starter I've ever encountered. You have to remove the clutch slave cylinder to get the thing out. You have to work with it and get the rotation just right to get the starter to be able to drop down. Good luck and be ready to have your patience tested but it IS POSSIBLE. ---I managed to remove mine without taking the clutch slave cylinder off or removing (or even bending) any brake lines. Although there is a bracket where the brake lines split into front and rear that if you take off, it will move JUST far enough to allow removal of the starter. Even then, it is still a very tight fit, but it WILL go through if you work it. In conclusion, I think Toyota built the whole truck around the starter, the way it is squeezed in there.
Take the screws out of the radio and pull it out!
about 45 mins to an hour from someone who knows what there doing... an hour to an hour and a half if its your first time.... 1996 Toyota tacoma is my first vehicle, im 20 and I changed the radiator by myself and it took me an hour.....
You need to take it to a shop or dealership.
Yes , it has a timing CHAIN
According to our local Toyota dealership, the Toyota Tacoma Double Cab V6 takes between 4 and 4.5 quarts of transmition fluid.
To find that out you need to take it to a Toyota Dealer for a service.
Take it to shop
R134a, as do all vehicles for that MY
If you do it yourself, probably about $100 less than if you take it to Toyota. But if you have an authorized Toyota service do it, they will put on another Toyota starter which should last as long as this one did.
You take it to AAMCO
remove the neg battery cable then the wires on the starter. Then take out the mounting bolts and work the starter out.
5 quarts when you change the filter also.
dextron at any auto parts store
Either low on oil or the valves need to be adjusted
You have to pop off the face of the whole section there it should take those little knobs on airconditioning control. Then its just four bolts/screws and the stereo should come out
5 quarts of oil when you change the filter also.
take the fan belt off and put another one on...
when i change the starter corlla ce 2003 I take out a manifold
how do i remove old starter from 1996 Pontiac transport
take postive side of battery off then put back on