Crutchfield.com says 8" sub.
should be a 5x114.3 bolt pattern
Our 2004 Sienna van gets about 17 mpg in town and about 21 on the highway.
hi i have 2004 toyota sienna xle limited and the tailgate door not opening it is opens 1 inch then it is shots back i dont know what shod i do
My 2005 Sienna XLE Limited takes 5 quarts with filter change.
What type of oil should be used for a 2003 Toyota sienna xle
The Owners Manual says its 5 quarts.
6.5" fo a JBL system
Trouble code P0441 means: Evaporative Emission System Incorrect Purge Flow
http://www.importsnews.com/toyotasienna/ The 2004 2005 Toyota Sienna is NOT redesigned for 2004 2005, it is a CARRYOVER from 2002. The Sienna has three trims. These trims are the CE, LE, and the XLE. All trims are equipped with a 210-horsepower, 3.0-liter, V6 engine that provides 19-mpg in the city and 24-mpg on the highway. Overdrive is standard in a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Toyota Sienna is a mini van. The Sienna is a 4-door seats up to 7 passengers. A CALL to your local Toyota dealer should get an answer. THEY HAVE ARRIVED!
Its under the dash, there's a little ashtrey it's behind that On my 1998 Sienna XLE, the fuse box is in the engine compartment on the driver's side in a long black box
Forget it. You would be better off replacing your vehicle with another vehicle.
If you have the Limited (aka XLE Limited) trim level then it was factory equipped with run-flat tires and there is no spare tire.
You don't! It is only telling you which side your fuel door is on not whether the door is open or not.
I answered this earlier today. Look for it several weeks forward.
If you need to replace the pads only, it can cost about $20 and more depending on state and city. If you need to replace rotors or/and calipers, it might cost $400 to $500 on average and more.
use only Toyota tranny fluid 4 quarts do not use any atfer market fluid you'll be sorry if you do.
only the XLE AND LIMITED HAVE THAT AND WILL HAVE THAT SO GET THAT. I AM A PROUD OWNER OF A XLE LIMITED WITH ARTIC FROST PEARL. As far as I know the package number 11 (CM) on LE 8 seater had side airbags as an option. Check it out and correct me if my observation is wrong
Just a thought. I have a Toyota Sienna also. The gas compartment is on the left side. If the gas compartment is even popped then there is a safety mechanism that will not let the door open. Your compartment might be closed, but you could be having a mechanical problem with the compartment that would cause the safety mechanism to come on. Simple, but could just be it.
Special wheel - speed sensors measure each wheel's rotational speed relative to the other wheels, allowing the system to detect low pneumatic pressure in tires. Once under - inflation is detected, a visual warning will alert the driver.
XLE has automatic heated lether seats, heated mirrors (sometimes optional) and sometimes climate control. Also XLE has V6, when for CE it was optional.
Can you please restate your question because I have no idea what is your problem.
I have the 4 cylinder xle and I can go approximately 70 miles
XLE typically stands for X-tra Luxury Edition. These models will have the most features in the vehicle. You'll see some labeled, L, LE, XLE and differnt versions depending on make/manufacturer.