Last post on Jan 22, 2011 at 2:24 PM
You are in the Toyota Sienna
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Toyota Sienna, Van
Feb 18, 2009 (7:20 am)
Yes! I agree with you. However, those things will happen from time to time. I think they need to give their customers a longer time limit on their warranty. It would be nice if they gave a 50,000 miles warranty instead of the standard three year or 36,000 mile warranty. It seems like as soon as the warranty is up is when things begins to happen. Maybe that is their plan. By making inferior parts that last just over the warrant period they can make money by selling more parts.
#10 of 12 Re: Shocks absorbers [George560sel]
Feb 18, 2009 (7:56 am)
Out of curiosity, how much was labor?
Feb 17, 2010 (5:53 am)
I replaced both rears after 62K. They weren't leaking but they were porpoising the van. This was amplified when I added air to the air lift 1000 airbags during long heavy trips. The new Napa shocks were fine. #37284
#12 of 12 2006 Sienna rear shock absorbers replaced...
Jan 22, 2011 (2:24 pm)
FYI, I just had both rear shocks replaced on my 2006 Sienna FWD Limited a little over 57,000 miles for $218 (including 7.75% tax only on parts) and after doing some extended research I found out that I have Lifetime free replacement (parts + labor) as long I own the vehicle. This lifetime warranty is from Toyota Corporate and was initiated since January 1, 1990 for (front/rear struts or shocks, Toyota Genuine muffler, exhaust pipe). In order to qualify for this Lifetime Guarantee the first replacement (parts + labor) must be done from an authorized Toyota dealership and subsequent failure of the above mentioned components will qualify for lifetime replacement(s) at no cost (parts + labor) and as long as you have proof you are the original owner of the Toyota vehicle.