This Toyota Manual Will Guide You of How to Remove a 1991 Toyota Corolla Starter
Occasionally, the starter in the 1991 Toyota Corolla would encounter problems, especially if the vehicle had been left in the heat. This problem was commonly discussed in many of the Toyota chat sites, including the one listed below in the references section. If your vehicle is having starter problems, you can remove the part yourself in less than an hour and save yourself the expense and time of having to take the car to a repair shop.
How to Remove a 1991 Toyota Corolla Starter
Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery of your Corolla with an open-end wrench and move the cable so that it does not come in contact with any metal parts.
Place a floor jack underneath the front passenger side of your vehicle and raise it up until you can put a jack stand under the front axle, then lower the floor jack so the weight of the car is resting on the jack stand.
Locate the starter near the firewall on the passenger side of the vehicle below the intake manifold.
Detach the electrical wire connectors from the starter with a socket wrench and move the wires out of the way.
Disconnect the starter from the engine by using a socket wrench to remove the nuts holding it in place and remove from the engine.
To avoid injuries, never attempt to remove the starter while the motor is still hot.
things you’ll need:
Socket wrench set