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I pulled the engine on my 2012 Tundra and rebuilt it, but after reinstalling the engine, I am left with a mysterious plastic part. I am not sure if it attaches to the manifold or maybe the cowl top wiper motor area (removed to get engine out). Any ideas??? Also, the part seems to be stamped with the number PA66 2R5Z-0 or PA88 2R5Z-0.
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Plastic piece at starter? What did you use for lift points on the motor when you pulled it? Im pulling one this weekend.

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Oh well, if it is from the starter, I didn't use it and the truck starts fine. 馃榿. Do you have a picture of it on a starter.? Per question regarding pulling the engine, I pulled the engine without the transmission (easy that way). I used sling around engine but there are 2 bolt holes between the manifold and cylinder (see toyota service manual)
 

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It wouldnt effect the starter it just leaves a gap that would let crap in. Anyone have a pic of the service manual??

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Toyota sells brackets, didnt want to spend money on them.
 
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