open the hood. look right. it's right behind the battery. big black box. unscrew two screws with a ratchet: one's on the front right, the other on the rear right of the box. you'll need an extension for your ratchet to reach that one. don't worry about losing the screws -- they won't come out all the way. the cover will lift up -- but NOT easily. too many wires in the way as well as the big hose coming out of the the rear of the box. pull out the old filter -- not easy either, as it will get snagged on the screw holding in the battery. notice the position of the old filter (rounded corner front right). get out your shop vac and vaccuum inside the box. before putting in the new filter, make sure it's going in with the rounded corner on the front right. otherwise it won't fit exactly and you won't know why the heck the cover won't go back on easily. carefully slip the new filter in. like i say, take care not to snag it on that darn screw. make sure it's level, too, the back of the filter wants to dip into the box instead of sitting on the lip of the bottom of the box. to put the cover back, you need to make sure the top and bottom of the box fit into each other on the left side. then you need to put the screws back in. don't use a screwdriver for the rear one, else you might misthread it, as visibility back there sux.
Where's the PCV valve located on a 2004 Toyota Sienna van
Look under the vehicle along frame - follow the fuel line from the tank
The tank that is located under the battery on a 2004 Toyota Sienna is a windshield washer fluid tank. Toyota put this tank in this position on the 2004 to 2010 models of the Sienna.
Yes, that filter fits a 2004 Toyota Sienna. But, I would not recommend a Fram filter. Purolator, Bosch, & Wix, all make superior filters to the Fram.
You can't. The Sienna didn't have them until 2004.
The cabin air filter is located behind the larger passenger side glove box. it must be gently released on both sides to reveal the the air filter housing. I hope this helps.
On the 2004 and later models, there is a mesh filter inside the pan. You have to drop it to change the filter
Toyota Siennas produced from the model years 2004-2006 have a fuel filter that's integrated with the in-tank fuel pump. The filter does not require periodic replacement.
For a 2004 Toyota Sienna the van takes exactly 4.5 Liters. Make sure you add a bit of oil to the new filter and oil the seal around the oil filter before placing back on engine. I own the LE version but they all have the same V6 3.3 Liter engine by Lexus.
Yes. It is located behind the glove box in the A/C housing between the blower motor and the evaporator.
Follow the black air intake hose mounted on top of the left side of the radiator frame leading to the engine. It leads you to the air filter canister.
In my 2004 it is behind the glove box.
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The owners manual for a 2004 Toyota Sienna is located in the glove compartment. Alternative, they can be acquired directly from Toyota's website.
Where is the fuel filter located on a Renault clio 2004 1500dci
The cabin air filter is located behind the glove compartment. If you unhook the glove box on both sides the filter case is inside. You pull it out and replace the filter. It shows pictures of this is in the manual
where is the external transmission filter located on a 2004 Hyundai elantra
The same way the mechanics do it.
My 2004 Nissan Titan has no fuel filter.
i think behind the glove compartment
The fuse box on a 2004 Toyota Sienna is located between the hood release and the steering column. It can readily be accessed by the driver from the floor board.
There is no cabin filter on a 2004 Dodge Dakota.
On my 2004 Sienna I have to take out my glove box (it is held in with (2) 10 mm bolt. You have to lay on your head to see the screws. The filter is right behind the glove box after you remove it.
The 2004 Toyota Sienna has 24 valves.
The 2004 Toyota Sienna has a V6 engine.