2005 tundra engine light came on after they changed the starter. They removed intake to get to starter.

Asked by Mar 31, 2013 at 12:00 PM about the 2005 Toyota Tundra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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97,105

If you have the work done at a repair shop, take it back. It's probably something caused by a air leak. -- They can read the codes and see what turned the CEL on.

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27,245

either that or they left a sensor unplugged.

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if you overfilled the gas tank, may have caused the CEL to be enabled~

97,105

The shop will figure it out when they read the codes.

65

Take it to the shop that installed your starter. or go to Auto zone and let them read the code first then decide what action to take. It could be something simple and quick to fix.

27,245

pretty sure that was already stated epaulinman.

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