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bcomnes

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All the original PNs for the various bolts and stuff are no longer made, and tracing down the bizarro JIS Toyota bolts elsewhere has proven quite difficult. Of course I could throw on regular metric bolts, but in case any one else wants to do this, here are the specs of replacement bolts that are still available:

@Bluegrass
It turns out the stud is still available,
Bolt Stud - Toyota (90116-12005) for about $2 list.

An interchange for a M12x1.75x32mm long bolt is 91212-51232 for about $3.40 list.

If you go the dealer route, add in two lock washers (one for the bolt, one for the stud) part no. 94512-01200 and one nut for the stud, 94115-41200.

It would be nice if you reported back to @Coolerman the specifics on the stud.

Thanks!
 
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Did you ever fix your no start when hot issue. I had the same problem on mine and it was a relay located in the black box under the hood on the right side of the engine bay. I can't remember the name of the relay but I found something searching on here that pointed me in the direction. Seems like it was an ignition relay, EFI relay, or something like that.

Edit, here is a good thread on the EFI relay no start when hot.

SOLVED-I was being dumb! RTH - 3FE No Start
 
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bcomnes

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Mine is a no crank issue when hot, which wouldn’t be affected by efi relay from what I can tell from the electronics diagram. Though I may possibly be affected by that as well, I’m testing for that variable as well.
 
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f*** I finally got the lower bolt off the starter.

WD-40d the crap out of it a few hours ago, not sure if that helped or not.

- Breaker bar couldn't do it (not enough room and too much play)
- Impact hammer couldn't do it (at least the one I have)
- The extensions couldn't do it (would not stay on the bolt!!!)
- Coming at it from the wheel well didn't work
- Coming at it from the top didn't work
I forget sometimes that not everybody has the whole passenger side of the engine bay open... And also that not everyone has an adjustable-length rachet handle like this: 1/4 in. x 3/8 in. Dual Drive Extendable Ratchet

I used mine to both break and then remove the bolts. Super handy.
 

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Buying one. Traditional breaker bars are surprisingly useless in tight spaces.

The key was getting everything I could out of the way, namely the vape can, and also the transmission dip stick.
 
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