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#13 of 166 Re: 2002 Toyota Sienna (ce) Service manual [jjoseph2]
Sep 04, 2007 (11:54 pm)
Got that from a Tacoma forum when I owned one. I ended up not buying anything for my Tacoma, but did get a set of carpeted floor mats for an '01 Camry. I was on that site on Monday looking for wheel covers for my '06 Sienna, which I didn't find, so was digging around a bit. I saw Owners Manuals listed.
This site is a Toyota dealer in Michigan. I'm too tired to check right now, long story...
I ended up buying the wheel covers (Hub Caps?) for my CE on ebay.
#14 of 166 Re: 2002 Toyota Sienna (ce) Service manual [jjoseph2]
Sep 05, 2007 (12:05 am)
I did check; $25.58
#15 of 166 Re: 2002 Toyota Sienna (ce) Service manual [jjoseph2]
Sep 05, 2007 (8:50 am)
Your post was March 18. Like I said, I was tired...
#16 of 166 Re: 2002 Toyota Sienna (ce) Service manual [bearcrkrd]
Sep 05, 2007 (8:36 pm)
Very tired. Back in March, you asked for a Service Manual.
If anyone needed a new Owners manual for an '02 Sienna, maybe at least I can save some face.
#17 of 166 Re: Toyota Sienna Brakes [ateixeira]
Sep 06, 2007 (10:24 am)
The stems seem to be standard, but the wheel covers prevent easy access to them with a standard 90-degree air tool. I just installed 1-inch stem extenders that solve the problem and let me avoid more scratched knuckles.
#18 of 166 Re: Toyota Sienna Brakes [outrider]
Sep 06, 2007 (12:03 pm)
I still haven't looked at mine, but I have the 16" alloys. I hope they're easier access to the valves than the wheel covers allow.
#19 of 166 how to bleed the brakes??
Sep 13, 2007 (1:10 pm)
Do I need an scan tool to cycle the pump and valves when bleeding the brakes??
Is there a bleeder bolt at the ABS controller??
#20 of 166 2005 Toyota Sienna Brakes
Oct 18, 2007 (2:33 pm)
I just had to replace my brakes for the 3rd time. I have 36,000miles and this is the third time. It has worked out to around 11,000 miles or so on a set of brakes. It cost right around $275.00 each time. Anyone else having this problem?
#21 of 166 Re: Front Brake Job [buyer777]
Oct 23, 2007 (3:54 am)
Just had my front pads and rotors resurfaced cost $139.00 on Sienna 2001. You may have to get a few estimates from different places.
Went to 3 places:
Toyota dealer wanted to charge $500.00 said needed 2 pads 2 shoes and all resurfacing, plus needed wheel cylinders repaired.
Just brakes ripoff place don't go there: 2 pads 2 shoes and resurfacing, plus wanted to rebuild calipers repack bearings and some extra charges. Price quoted was $270.00 but read how they low ball you in and then trap you later with price increases to bring price up, so we left that place.
Standalone shop: Said just needed front pads and resurfacing of front rotor and rear brake adjust. I just went for the front: costs $139.00 will do rear brake adjust myself as it is easy.
Note: How they all found something different, when all I went in there for was for front pads and resurfacing.
Had the pads replaced at around 45,000 this is the first time I had resurface since new. Sienna has 98,000 miles have had little issue with brakes.
#22 of 166 Re: Front Brake Job [gunga64]
Oct 23, 2007 (10:04 am)
If you have drums on rear, they lost much longer than Rotors.
Also, for future, look for new Rotors instead of resurfacing.. sometimes you can buy new rotor for $20 at shops like Autozone. I was installing new rotors myself instead of resurfacing on my Caravan and I plan to do the same on Sienna. And Rotors are easy to install.