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Toyota Sienna, Auto Repair, Scheduled Maintenance, Van
#1657 of 2209 Re: Toyota to Recall Sienna Minivans [rorr]
Jul 21, 2005 (9:39 am)
Regarding the article I sent out, it does mention (at the end), the following:
"In August 2003, Toyota recalled more than 30,000 Sienna minivans from the 2004 model year because of concern that the fuel tank was prone to damage and could cause a fire."
That sounds like more than just a cosmetic problem.
In any case, it's not a bad thing for folks to be made aware of issues with vehicles (including Toyota's).
If you don't like the posting, then skip it.
Others who are scanning for information on Toyota's (and haven't yet gotten the recall notice because they don't own the vehicle - or haven't scanned yahoo.news) might be interested.
#1658 of 2209 Re: Why The Information Overkill [taxesquire]
Jul 21, 2005 (9:42 am)
"This may be a proper forum to post the recall notice, but not he other numerous forums that were chosen. "
Are there rules on Edmunds regarding where something should be posted, and where it shouldn't?
If so, I wasn't aware of them.
#1659 of 2209 2001 sienna a/c problem
Jul 21, 2005 (9:57 am)
the a/c was cool last year, but this year,the a/c doesn't work,the lamp didn't blink,I took it to dealer,they said the compressor was seized,and i need replace the compresser and clutch, i live in toronto.
#1660 of 2209 c2rosa
Jul 21, 2005 (10:16 am)
"In any case, it's not a bad thing for folks to be made aware of issues with vehicles (including Toyota's).
No, no problem with that. But when you post this notification in 5 different forums, it leads many people to believe (myself included) that you have an agenda beyond simply 'informing'.
I spend a great deal of time all over Edmund's; however, I don't recall similar shotgun blasts notifications from you regarding other vehicles and other recalls. Doesn't mean anything; obviously I don't keep up with ALL threads on ALL boards. I'm sure that, in light of how fair and unbiased you appear to be, that you HAVE posted similar multi-notifications on OTHER brands/vehicles as well. Correct?
In fact, as the owner of a Buick Rendevouz, I'm sure that (as a public service to other Buick owners), you would waste no opportunity to keep the public informed of any/all recalls and TSB's regarding YOUR vehicle. I don't imagine you could point us to any posts in which you've called attention to any Buick recalls, could you?
#1661 of 2209 Re: Why The Information Overkill [c2rosa]
Jul 21, 2005 (10:16 am)
Rule #1: "Stay on topic
The Forums insist that users stay on topic. Use the Search function to find a discussion relevant to your topic."
Click on "Rules of the Road," above.
Jul 21, 2005 (10:59 am)
...it's been established that multiple postings across various topics is inappropriate. Time to move on and stop seeking ulterior motives.
#1663 of 2209 Re: c2rosa [rorr]
Jul 21, 2005 (12:24 pm)
"In fact, as the owner of a Buick Rendevouz, I'm sure that (as a public service to other Buick owners), you would waste no opportunity to keep the public informed of any/all recalls and TSB's regarding YOUR vehicle. I don't imagine you could point us to any posts in which you've called attention to any Buick recalls, could you? "
I must admit that I haven't informed others of any Rendezvous recalls.
#1664 of 2209 c2rosa
Jul 21, 2005 (12:41 pm)
Consider Sienna owner's fully informed now of this seatbelt recall. As the Host has pointed out, it's probably time to move on.
#1665 of 2209 Poor FM reception while driving
Jul 22, 2005 (6:17 am)
I own a 2005 Sienna LE with package #6. I am disappointed about the poor FM reception while driving. This also affects local channels.
Does anybody know a solution for this?
Maybe a different antenna, amplifier?
#1666 of 2209 Re: pulling to left [golfined]
Jul 23, 2005 (7:07 pm)
I just notice the same problem with 3 week old sienna. When cruise control is on driving on highway, it pulls to the left. What shoudl I do? Any suggestions? TIA