Last post on Jan 26, 2008 at 11:55 AM
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#2986 of 2995 Sienna package availability
Dec 20, 2007 (9:31 pm)
I have heard that the various Sienna models are shipped to dealers with a limited choice of packages. Does anybody know what these packages are? I suppose they can vary by region, in which case I am particularly interested in the SF Bay Area (and in the XLE and Limited).
I also imagine that one should be able to order a Sienna with any specific set of packages (subject to package dependencies as described by Toyota). In that case, does anybody know how long it takes from ordering to having the vehicle delivered?
#2988 of 2995 Re: 2004 Sienna Whining/Rubbing Noise [pushan]
Dec 26, 2007 (5:12 pm)
Well, the noise got louder and I took it to the dealer. The front Left hand wheel bearing was bad and had to be replaced.
#2989 of 2995 Re: 2008 Sienna Limited Buying Group [barneym]
Dec 26, 2007 (6:29 pm)
the awd comes with runflat tires, they are the pits can't be fixed and are $$$$ i guess you could carry a donut type spare and use regular allseason tires just be careful perhaps buy some spares. check out the prices for that size runflat tire. i will not buy a car with runflats
#2990 of 2995 ipod hookup
Dec 26, 2007 (6:31 pm)
what's the easiest way to hard wire my ipod
my wife has a DLO fm transmitter that is just wonderful for HER car, with the way the cig lighter adapter is set up it puts this transmitter too low. i want a hard wire solution...does toyota make one or do i go after market??
#2991 of 2995 Re: 2008 Sienna Limited Buying Group [nofeer]
Dec 26, 2007 (7:44 pm)
"...doughnut type spare..."
You would need to disable ABS/VSC/TC/etc, etc, should you mount the spare.
#2992 of 2995 Re: ipod hookup [nofeer]
Dec 28, 2007 (8:27 am)
My 2007 has an aux input, I guess you have an earlier model?
#2993 of 2995 2006 DVD Player
Dec 28, 2007 (7:03 pm)
I have a 2006 Sienna with a factory installed DVD player that runs warm to hot. DVD's are "baked" after I eject them (even in the winter). Anyone notice this with their DVD players too?
#2994 of 2995 More hot air
Jan 25, 2008 (6:35 pm)
I have a 2004 Toyota Sienna LE AWD with manual air conditioning. We drove from -2 degrees F in Canada to Texas 75 degrees F and noticed our air conditioner did not blow cool air. All fuses have been checked, the air conditioning worked when connected directly to the battery, the A/C button's light came on when pressed but not the compressor. A blog suggested an open interior temp sensor located somewhere above a driver's right knee and below a window vane (?) Would someone please elaborate on the location of the sensor, what it looks like and how it can be changed. Thanks
#2995 of 2995 Re: More hot air [julb]
Jan 26, 2008 (11:55 am)
With that A/C indicator on the compressor should run unless...
The refrigerant pressure is too high...(not likely)
The refrigerant pressure is too low....(needs charging)
The OAT is below freezing or closely nearby (or an open OAT sensor)
Throttle is wide open.
The drive belt if slipping.