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Old 01-29-2011, 06:11 PM   #76
MZcountryboy
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Originally Posted by SteelJM1 View Post
Try a starter in an LS400 and get back to me.
Same deal as a Tundra - pull the intake plenum. BTDT. I'd rather lean over a car fender pulling intake manifolds than having to climb up + over the Tundra front end, but that's me. The lower the fender, the less my back hurts.

Why does toyota think this is good design? Their starters aren't going to go bad? WTF.

Changing a steering rack in an Audi A4 is easier than swapping some Toyota starters. That just should not be.
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