2003 toyota tundra starter location

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2003 Toyota Tundra - Starter

A starter is an electric motor that engages your flexplate to spin your engine on startup. It includes a bendix, which is a spinning shaft that only extends when starting to mesh the starter gear with the flexplate or flywheel. Many starters also have a built-in solenoid that sends voltage to the starter when the key is turned. The starter or starter solenoid may wear out over time due to heat or contaminants. If you hear clicking but your engine won't turn over, it could be a weak starter motor, or your battery may be dead. If the starter spins but the motor does not, the bendix may not be engaging fully. In either case, the starter should be replaced. If you need a car battery, starter, alternator, or other starting and charging parts, O’Reilly Auto Parts carries the right parts for your repairs.

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Driving down the road and all of a sudden all the power to the truck goes out. I pull off the road, put the car into park and start to disengage the key and pull it from the ignition when the starter starts to fire off again. I pull the key out and it continues to engage. I jumped out, open the hood and grab for the (+) terminal connected to the battery to try and yank it off. When I moved the battery by pulling on the terminal wire, the starter disengaged. I noticed that the (+) terminal had touched up against the metal mounting bracket that goes over the battery to hold it into place. The terminal and the metal bracket had ground themselves to each other.

I when back inside the cab and inserted the key into the ignition, turned it to the fire position, power was on, gauges worked but the truck was acting like the battery was very weak and did not have a charge. The windows will not work, the CD player will not come on. I tried to fire over the truck and get nothing, no clicking of the starter, nada.

I was able to make it home, grab some tools. I checked the fuse box under the hood and found only one fuse that was bad ( battery charge fuse, 30A), replaced it. Check the fuse inside the cab under the steering column and they seem to be ok as well. I looked and smelled under the hood for burnt wires or anything of that nature.

I don't know where to go from here diagnosing the issue? I am not sure if the starter is the problem, the relays, etc? The starter is located under the intake manifold on these trucks and therefore difficult to get to. I want to eliminate all other causes before diving into that problem?

HELP PLEASE?

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How to Replace the Starter in a Toyota Tundra

A starter cranks the engine, drawing air and fuel into the cylinders of your 2001 to 2006 Toyota Tundra and compressing them so they will ignite. It also gets the ignition and crankshaft into place so the spark plugs will fire and the fuel injectors will operate. Therefore, a failing starter will prevent the engine from starting.

Difficulty:
Moderately Challenging

Instructions

  • Car jack
  • Drain pan
  • Battery terminal puller
  • Wrench
  • Baby food jar
  • Torque wrench
    • 1

      Park your Toyota Tundra on a level surface, activate the emergency brake and place blocks behind the back tires for safety. Raise the front end of the car with a jack for easier access to the starter.

    • 2

      Drain the cooling system and relieve the fuel system pressure.

    • 3

      Use a battery terminal puller to disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the engine appearance cover.

    • 4

      Detach the air intake tube and intake manifold.

    • 5

      Support the weight of the starter motor, to prevent dangle. Unscrew and remove the starter mounting bolts. Place all nuts and bolts in the jar for safe keeping until later. Continue to support the starter motor.

    • 6

      Disconnect the starter electrical connections. Label the wires prior to disconnection if there is a chance you will forget where to reconnect them later. Remove the starter from the engine.

    • 7

      Take your malfunctioning starter to the parts store with you. Aftermarket distributors remanufacture most of the starters they sell, so you can likely obtain a partial credit toward your new starter by exchanging your old one. Be sure that you take care not to damage the starter in transit, because the better condition it is in, the more you can get for it.

    • 8

      Purchase a replacement starter that has the same or higher cranking capacity (power rating) as the original starter. Also, match the bolt patterns, drive gears and electrical connections. Your owner's manual may list specifications or the auto parts technician will help you determine them.

    • 1

      Reverse the removal process to install the new starter. Tighten the cable nuts that secure the electrical connections to 86 inch pounds (ten Nm). Torque the starter mounting bolts to 29 foot pounds (39 Nm).

    • 2

      Lower your Toyota Tundra back to the ground. Reconnect the negative battery cable.

    • 3

      Fill the cooling system. Start the engine and check for leaks and correct starter motor function.

Tips & Warnings

  • Always inspect the battery, solenoid and alternator to be certain they are working properly before replacing a starter. When an engine fails to start, many do-it-yourselfers misdiagnose the problem as the starter and replace it unnecessarily, only to find that the vehicle still won't start.

  • If you believe your starter is in the problem, use a bench test to see if the starter motor spins and how well the starter is performing. A bench test will check the amp load, voltage and RPMs. If the starter is good, it will draw 60 to 150 amps with no load and up to 250 amps under load.

  • To remove and replace the starter in a Tundra with a 3.4L or 4.0L engine, the process is the same except that Steps 2 and 4 in Section One are unnecessary.

  • If your Tundra is an older model and/or has high mileage, you should also replace the solenoid. The removal and replacement process

  • The disconnection of the negative battery cable may interfere with the on board computer function. Upon reconnection, the computer may need to go through a relearning process.

  • Never operate the starter for more than 30 seconds at a time. Allow the starter motor to cool for at least two minutes in between starting attempts to prevent permanent damage.

  • The starter replacement process is different for later models. Consult your owner's manual or a mechanic for details.

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Toyota Tundra Starter Removal Easy Fastest Way

Tundra refuses to start despite replacing starter

Your Tundra should have a Starter Relay, and it's likely in the main fuse block under the hood. I checked your Owners Manual but it doesn't look like they put the information in there. Fuse Locations are likely molded on the underside of the Main Fuse Block Cover.

As @SolarMike said, you should remove, clean, and tighten grounds and battery terminals. Check for signs of creature nesting, and carefully inspect wiring if anything is found.

YouTube has a video on testing a Toyota Starter Relay with a Multi-meter. While you have a Multi-meter, you should also test to be sure that your battery is charged (Above ~12.6V) You could also remove the battery from your truck, and bring it to a Retail Auto-parts store for free testing if you don't have a Multi-meter.

I'd highly suggest investing in one, though. They are very, very, helpful for numerous Automotive, and other, projects.

Disconnect the battery, and clean and tighten the Ignition Wire going to the starter.

If everything has checked out from there... The next step would likely be a Voltage Drop Test across the wires involving the Starter Circuit. Here is an explanation of how to perform a Voltage Drop Test and a different explanation here.

I hope this helps!

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