Hey All, Just finished replacing the inverter coolant pump on my 06 with 210k. I bought the car about less than a month ago and I have all of the service records from the dealer but it doesn't have records for the pump or the fluid replacement. I bought a new pump from Toyota for $129+ tax and 5 gallons of fluid. I went with the Driver Headlight removal process and this is definitely the way to go, I saw some videos of unbolting the inverter and placing a block of wood under to weasel out the pump. the headlight method is the way to go. After removing the headlight, the pump is right there front and center. What I did was Remove the 3 bolts holding the pump to the bracket and just replaced the pump leaving the old bracket behind it's fine. I drained the coolant from below and only a few drops of coolant spilled when swapping in the new unit, very easy, filled, bled and test drove all ok! Glad I changed the coolant, the drain plug had a bunch of chalky pink substance in the recess. I'll probably do another coolant drain and fill soon. My old pump is good and functional I just wanted to replace it as a precaution. if anyone local is in a bind and needs a good pump, just let me know and its yours I'm Located in San Diego. While I was in there: Changed 4 spark plugs, Air filter Still need to do: PCV and transaxle fluid but decided to do it another day. Clean engine compartment If anyone has a good method let me know, I typically just cover the fuse box and alternator and spray S100 or Simple Green and low pressure wash, but have never cleaned a Hybrid, I'll have to find a way to cover the inverter.