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Toyota Sienna, Interior, Van
#10 of 31 Re: New 2007 Sienna Owners [ateixeira]
Jun 21, 2007 (3:41 am)
I am told Scotchguard will work on seats but NOT work well on carpeted floors or mats. What do others use for the floor? I need to find some economical way to protect floor carpet and mats from spills, dirt or water from snow in winter.
#11 of 31 Re: New 2007 Sienna Owners [ckcarprice]
Jun 21, 2007 (6:02 am)
Must be why the fitted rubber mats sell so well.
#12 of 31 Re: New 2007 Sienna Owners [ateixeira]
Jun 22, 2007 (3:49 am)
Did you see price on it and make? Thanks.
#13 of 31 Re: New 2007 Sienna Owners [ckcarprice]
Jun 22, 2007 (6:23 am)
Yeah, try this site:
That's the OE stuff. There is also MacNeil, if you want to comparison shop. They have those multi-page ads in Car & Driver magazine.
#14 of 31 Re: New 2007 Sienna Owners [ateixeira]
Jun 23, 2007 (5:22 am)
Thanks, What do you think about Lampguard?
Seems they are $45 + shipping
Anyone know if they protect form stone damage and does not
yellow or if they diffuse light?
#15 of 31 wind caused? rattles in dash
Jun 23, 2007 (8:03 am)
At about 15,000 miles, my Sienna developed a presistent and very annoying rattle in the dashboard. The sound seems to be coming from behind the tachometer. Has anybody else had this problem? The dealer's totally disinterested in the noise but unless I figure out a way to stop it, this will be the first and last Toyota I ever buy.
#16 of 31 Re: wind caused? rattles in dash [garydavis]
Jun 25, 2007 (7:46 am)
Mine is quiet. That would annoy me, too.
First check all the storage bins, maybe empty them to make sure the noise is still present.
To be honest if they crack the whole dash open to fix one rattle, you may end up with two.
#17 of 31 annoying rattle in 2005 Sienna - possible cure?
Jun 25, 2007 (2:00 pm)
I am not sure about this but there's a chance I finally ran the rattle down. Under the hood there's a fabric pad held to the metal by some plastic bolts. I sprayed WD-40 all around the bolts and today I had no rattle. The wind may have been getting under the fabric and waving it up and down and rattling the bolts. Keep your fingers crossed for me. My wife is tired of me covering up the cursed noise with a radio turned up to the max. - Gary Davis
#18 of 31 Re: annoying rattle in 2005 Sienna - possible cure? [garydavis]
Jun 26, 2007 (6:09 am)
Nothing cranking up the stereo can't fix.
#19 of 31 Uncomfortable Armrests 2009 Sienna LE
Jun 28, 2009 (12:46 pm)
Just bought an LE 8 pass. (electric drivers seat) with cloth interior and was wondering if anyone else has noticed the armrests in the front seats seem to be stationed a little low, making it somewhat uncomfortable while driving. Seems like my arm tends to slide off the rest. Otherwise, we love the van.
Haven't asked the dealer if any adjustments can be made to the armrests, so does anyone know if this is possible???