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#4 of 8 Why is there a break in period?
Oct 23, 2007 (5:49 pm)
OMG! I just brought my new Sienna home...120 miles on the freeway! I didn't use the cruise, but I did maintain a fairly constant speed. Have I ruined my new van!!??
What is the reason for no cruise or constant speed for 1000 miles?
#5 of 8 Re: Why is there a break in period? [awindram]
Oct 24, 2007 (8:26 am)
That's not ideal, but I doubt you did much harm.
They want you to vary RPMs the way you would through normal use throughout it's life.
Just put a piece of tape over the cruise button for now, so it doesn't happen again, it's easy to forget!
#6 of 8 Re: Why is there a break in period? [ateixeira]
Oct 24, 2007 (12:17 pm)
I did not see this in the manual though!
Even if you use cruise, the engine revs go up and down unless you have straight level road which hardly is the case. Even level roads their are small ups/downs and turns... and with this, revs got to change... Speed will stay the same.... wheels will turn at same rat... you got the point..
When you're not using cruise, then you rev would also change..
So, my point... go ahead enjoy it and not to worry about it. Only time you can possibly will constant revs if you parked it in your driveway and let it run idle.
#7 of 8 Re: Why is there a break in period? [awindram]
Apr 14, 2008 (12:09 pm)
you guys no why my seinna dose not go in reverse but drive fine...
im new on here so responed back....in any way that is easy for me to reach