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You are in the Toyota Sienna
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Toyota Sienna, Van
Nov 05, 2001 (7:54 pm)
I had a small tear in the cushion in one of my front seats. 1999 Sienna. A local upholstery shop was able to get, with NO problem, the actual (and I mean EXACT) fabric, with which he replaced the damaged section. Removed the cover, pieced in the new piece, and replaced the cover onto the seat. $70 US out the door. Looks perfect. The point is, it may be best to just use the upholstery as is and deal with it if and when problems arise, 'cuz its not so prohibitive to repair/replace them. (just don't go to toyota...they wanted over $400 to sell me a new seat cover) BTW...I routinely use an inexpensive "cool cushion" to protect my upholstery from sweaty and/or dirty clothing.
#58 of 727 Seat Covers
Nov 06, 2001 (4:16 pm)
Target has grey and other colors in a stretchy type of T-Shirt fabric. We use them and they fit well.
#59 of 727 Roof Top and Cargo Carriers
Nov 06, 2001 (4:17 pm)
Any one have any luck with roof-top carriers for Sienna?
How about the behind-the-van type that goes on the tow thingy?
#61 of 727 re: Rear View Mirror Removal
Nov 13, 2001 (9:12 am)
There is a mention of Broadway wide-angle mirror (clip on) in the post #50.
I'm curious where I can buy this mirror. I asked a few auto parts store nearby,
none has the mirror.
Nov 13, 2001 (10:56 am)
you can try at aftermarket parts store. usually car accessory shops run by asians would carry this.
#63 of 727 Broadway wide angle mirror
Dec 11, 2001 (4:54 pm)
I cannot find any store here in MN that carry the Broadway angle mirror.
Do you know any store that can mail order this?
Dec 11, 2001 (5:33 pm)
sorry, i don't know of any stores in our area that have mail order. i personally like broadway coz the quality of mirror they use is first class and it's made in japan.
see my following posts
Dec 11, 2001 (5:34 pm)
try the following link
Dec 11, 2001 (5:36 pm)
go to yahoo and search for "broadway rear view mirror". tons will come out for you!
i tried to cut and paste but it won't let me coz of the limit on characters!
buy the ones that are wide angle convex BUT shows u a true image and short in lenght so that when u flip down your visor, you won't hit the mirror! the flat ones are no good coz it's the same as your OEM, you have blind spots. i use the wide angle convex type that gives a true image.
there are 2 types of curved convex, one of them doesnt give the true image (much like your right-side mirror). another type is curved convex but it gives u true image
many stores sell them online!