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The Toyota Sienna, a popular minivan produced by Toyota since 1997, was first introduced as a replacement for the Toyota Previa in North America. Known for its reliability and versatility, the Sienna has received numerous accolades, including Car and Driver's Five Best Truck Van Award, Edmunds Editor's and Consumer's Most Wanted Van, IIHS Double Best Pick for 2004, Best Sales Value Award, and the IIHS Top Safety Pick Award for 2010. The Sienna has evolved through three generations, with the second generation (XL20; 2003-2010) being unveiled at the 2003 Detroit Auto Show. It offered various trims, such as CE, LE, XLE, and XLE Limited, as a 4-door minivan, powered by either a 3.3 L or 3.5 L V6 engine mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. The third generation Toyota Sienna (XL30; 2010-present) was revealed at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show and is currently available in five trim levels: Sienna base grade, LE, XLE, Limited, and SE. Engine options include a new 2.7 L inline 4-cylinder engine and two 3.5 L V6 engines, paired with either a 6-speed or 8-speed automatic transmission. Both all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive configurations are available, catering to a range of driver preferences and needs.

The Toyota Sienna, a popular minivan for caterers and families, can experience common issues due to heavy loads and extended use. Engine problems often signal vehicle failure and may manifest as poor performance, misfiring, reduced fuel economy, metallic sounds, dropping oil pressure, or an illuminated Check Engine Light. Inspect components like the spark plug, oil filter, drive belt, and air filter if such issues arise. Another concern is premature braking system failure, which can lead to noisy brakes, vibrating brake pedals, and poor brake response. Check the brake pad set and brake disc if you suspect braking issues. Additionally, maintain other essential components like door handles and door locks for convenient vehicle access, and replace seat belts after each accident. A well-functioning cabin air filter is also necessary for breathing fresh air inside the vehicle.

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Toyota Sienna Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you replace a power steering pump on a Toyota Sienna?
    A: To replace a power steering pump, start by disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal and using a syringe or suction gun to remove as much fluid as possible from the reservoir. Then, loosen the right front wheel lug nuts, raise the vehicle, and remove the wheel and fender apron seal. Next, disconnect the fluid return hose and pressure line from the pump, remove the drive belt, and finally remove the pump itself. To install the new pump, simply reverse these steps, being sure to tighten all bolts to the proper torque specifications and adjust the drive belt tension. Finally, top up the fluid level in the reservoir and bleed the system.
  • Q: How do you remove the stabilizer bar and stabilizer bar bushing on a Toyota Sienna?
    A: To remove the sway bar kit on a vehicle, first, loosen the front wheel lug nuts and raise the front of the vehicle on jack stands. Remove the front wheels and disconnect the Tie Rod End and sway bar kit links from the steering knuckles. Detach both sway bar kit bushing retainers from the engine cradle and remove the front exhaust pipe and steering gear mounting bolts. Lift the Rack And Pinion and remove the sway bar kit by working it out through the left wheel housing. While the sway bar kit is off the vehicle, inspect the sway bar bushings and link assembly. Clean the bushing area of the sway bar kit with a stiff wire brush. To install the sway bar kit, lubricate the new sway bar bushings with vegetable oil and reverse the removal steps.
  • Q: How do you remove and replace the rear hub and bearing assembly on a Toyota Sienna?
    A: To remove the rear Wheel Hub and bearing assembly, first, loosen the wheel lug nuts, raise the vehicle, and remove the wheel. Then, remove the brake drum from the hub and disconnect the ABS speed sensor. Access the four hub-to-axle carrier bolts by turning the hub flange and removing them. Finally, maneuver the hub and bearing assembly out through the brake assembly. To install the new assembly, position it on the axle carrier and align the holes in the backing plate before installing and tightening the bolts. Then, install the brake drum and wheel, lower the vehicle, and tighten the lug nuts to the correct torque specifications. Note that special tools and expertise are required to press the hub and bearing from the steering knuckle in the front.
  • Q: How do I remove and inspect the control arm on my Toyota Sienna?
    A: To remove the control arm, loosen the lug nuts on the side to be worked on, raise the front of the vehicle, support it on jack stands, and take off the wheel. Disconnect the control arm from the steering knuckle by removing the ball joint retaining bolt and nuts. Remove the bolts attaching the front and rear of the control arm to the engine cradle to free the arm. Inspect the control arm for straightness, replacing it if bent. Check the bushings, replacing the arm if they're damaged. For installation, reverse these steps, ensuring all fasteners are torqued correctly. Reinstall the wheel, lower the vehicle, and tighten the lug nuts to specification. Lastly, it's advisable to have the front wheel alignment checked and adjusted as needed post-procedure.