It's probably a crack in the rubber intake hose between the air metering unit and the throttle body. I've had it happen 3 or 4 times on my vans. New hoses are expensive so I usually just sealed them up with gasket maker. If that doesn't answer your ?, email me. Eric
There could be several reasons why a Toyota Sienna will not start. the most common problem would be a dead battery.
Forget it. You would be better off replacing your vehicle with another vehicle.
NO there is a 3yr 36,000 mile warranty on it.
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.
The sienna is a more stylish car that from most people would say the sienna overall is a better van and i would go with that, but the grand caravan is a less-expensive van that is still ( but not as good as the sienna as i said ) a very good van, i would say go with the sienna if you're buying a van but if it is not in the budget go with a caravan as a second choice.
The trip odometer switch on the odometer itself is the dimmer on Toyota Sienna. If you turn this switch all the way to the left your panel would become dark. Simply turn the switch to the right and all panel lights would come on. I had a similar problem and the manual bailed me out.
I would check with Toyota and make sure its not covered by recall. Our 2004 had both of them fail and Toyota replaced them for free.
The best place to find aftermarket floor mats for a Toyota Sienna would be at an auto parts store that sells car accessories, such as Canadian Tire. One could also look at auto supply store sites, and at Amazon.
Toyota Long Life coolant. Pricey. Any brand name ethylene-glycol based coolant, mixed 50/50 would be OK.
The 2gr-fe uses a chain ,not a belt ,and yes if it were to jump the valves would bend
Neither. I would recommend you change it every 8,000 miles.
the rough power of a f1 engine with twin vain turbos would be 5500hp i will explain latter.
Not sure if this helps or not but on a 2005 Toyota Sienna LE, the dash-light dimmer switch is actually the trip odometer reset switch. Turning the trip odometer reset switch left or right controls the dash-light levels. Had it not been for the factory manual, and Google, I would have never known this.
A locksmith can clone a key for you. If you lose all your keys, the dealership would be needed for special programming (Reflash ECU).
Get a Toyota shop manual before you attack the dash. There are a number of screws and clips that are not obvious, and there is a good chance you will get frustrated and break something if you just go at it. On the Sienna, I had to remove a good portion of the dash just to change light bulbs on the instrument cluster. I have a shop manual, and the job went smoothly. But I would have not figured it out without the instructions.
To my knowledge after 2001/2, Toyota no longer uses an external fuel filter on their Sienna models, all the fuel filters are incorporated with the fuel pump inside the tank. Should your model still have an external fuel filter it would be underneath the air filter assembly. You could verify by following the the fuel line/hose. copied from FixYa
moisture on the ignition coils.spray them with silicon spray.
Bp i believe is great used hess, getty, sunoco and engine would knock like crazy. Also my check engine light would turn on with the others...
I would replace the water pump, 2 idlers, tensioner and 3 seals (2 on cam and 1 on crank shaft).
I have same problem and can not figure it out,I have 2 remote but non of them works, must be something witrh the car.
Our 2006 Toyota Sienna air bag light was blinking, so we took it to the dealer and discovered that when this light is "ON", the air bag system is deactivated and the air bags will not deploy during a collision. We also discovered that other Sienna vans had the same problem as ours, and that Toyota's repair proceedure requires install of a new air bag. Our van has been at the dealership now for over a month waiting on the new air bag, as Toyota has not been able to find us one !!! I suspect that there may be a "recall" of these 2006 Sienna vans due to the liability of someone getting involved in a "wrongful-death" collison when the van's air bags do not deploy. If your van is still under warranty, I would suggest contacting Toyota for a new air bag. Doug Hainer, Sienna Owner Our 2006 Toyota Sienna air bag light has been replaced now three times. The dealer keeps telling us that it is a problem in the wiring. Every time they replace the connectors and air bag the system works flawlessly for about 3 months. The most recent fix occurred 2 weeks ago and this time they replaced the entire wiring harness!!! I also suspect that Toyota will be recalling the 2006 Sienna's because of this problem. Doug Tyree, So. Cal Sienna Owner
high milage blow by or pcv Issue
it may have metal fiber build up on the wheel speed sensors
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.