Last post on Oct 29, 2007 at 1:17 PM
You are in the Toyota Sienna
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Toyota Sienna, Safe Driving, Steering, Van
#2 of 5 Re: Are Siennas suppose to drift to the right [squibbs]
Oct 26, 2007 (8:27 pm)
1.The right front tire is low on air.
2.The vehicle needs an alignment.
3.The vehicle needs tires, brakes, and a front end, or 'all-wheel' alignment.
4.Many roads are designed to slope to the right so water runs off to the side of the road. A vehicle that is dead-on accurate and does not have fat/wide tires, may pull slightly to the right.
5. If it pulls more than just a little bit, have the Toyota dealer line it up, or send it, for Free, somewhere that will. Then decide!
#3 of 5 Re: Are Siennas suppose to drift to the right [squibbs]
Oct 29, 2007 (10:10 am)
Your sales guy is full of it. Get another salesman or go to another dealership.
#4 of 5 Re: Are Siennas suppose to drift to the right [squibbs]
Oct 29, 2007 (10:13 am)
I say "No" as well.
If the road is crowned and you are on the right half of it, it will slowly drift downhill, i.e. to the right.
On a flat road it should track straight. Mine does.
I had an Accord rental car that had that tendency and it was quite annoying. My Sienna thankfully does not do that.
#5 of 5 Re: Are Siennas suppose to drift to the right [squibbs]
Oct 29, 2007 (1:17 pm)
I emailed toyota corp. and they confirmed what we all thought. The alignment is off and needs to be fixed. It was just bs.
Thanks for the relies!