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Toyota Sienna 2004+



  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    I would return to the dealer. They owe it to you. Let them know you just got the survey and will wait to fill it out until you get the manual (that'll get them motivated).
  • colombcolomb Posts: 2
    I got the car from my friend but not a dealer. I mean if there is any way to get a manual from a website for free. Thanks.
  • Colomb,

    I have an electronic copy of the 2004 Sienna Manual. I cannot see any way to attach files to this forum. Is there a way to place files in the profiles section?

    If you still need one, post your email address and I can send it.

  • barneymbarneym Posts: 32
    I have been looking to buy a loaded Sienna Limited AWD and my search has concluded that there are simply no 2007's left in my very extended area. So am I anxiously awaiting the arrival of the 2008's which kind of stinks since I will be forgoing the rebate and slashed clearance pricing :cry: . I also have a personal deadline of purchasing this by early to mid-September (new baby on the way) which is when rumor has said the first new vans will be hitting the lots.

    I am sure I am not the only one who is in this situation so I was thinking of gathering us into a Buying Group so we could attempt better pricing by dangling a volume purchase in front of some dealers.

    I am looking for people who are within 100 or so miles of Boston, MA and are looking to purchase a Toyota Sienna Limited AWD or FWD with the 2008 equivalents of Package #2/3 (2 for AWD/ 3 for FWD) and #4 and want to take delivery in the first half of September. Please be a cash or credit-worthy buyer. I would hate to gather a group of people, get into negotiations, and then have the deal sabotaged by someone not getting approved for financing.

    If you are interested in being part of this buying group, please contact me. I put together a special email for this: [email protected]. :shades:
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    At least the 08s get Bluetooth.
  • bbeaubebbeaube Posts: 1
    Gamma - If you have an electronic copy of the 2004 Sienna Owner's Manual that you can email to me, I would really appreciate it. My email is [email protected] Thanks!
  • I have children who often leave a sliding door open which keeps all interior lights on and runs down the battery. Is there any way to program the interior lights on my 2004 Sienna XLE Limited to go off after an hour or less? Thanks, Adam
  • nvbankernvbanker Posts: 7,285
    Not that I know of. This is one area that Toyota has not kept up on - Ford has had a power/saver module on their cars for years now, that turns things off after 10 minutes unattended or unused, to save your battery. When you turn on the car, it all comes back on. Even my 05 LExus doesn't do this - odd, but true.
  • Hello,
    Is there a way to get an electronic copy for the owner's manual for a 2006 Sienna XLE ?. I just bought it but notice the manual was not in there and red similar cases in here. If anyone have it available please send it to the following email address: [email protected] I would really appreciate it
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    Why not ask the dealer to provide one? They should.
  • nvbankernvbanker Posts: 7,285
    Bet you can find one on e-bay for practically nothing....
  • Did you ever find out anything about your rear heat in your 2004 Toyota Sienna? Our rear heat doesn't work but it took me a long time to notice since Nashville isn't that cold. Thanks, Dave
  • hause7hause7 Posts: 153
    Ours works great, it pumps out serious heat. It has gotten in the upper 20s here and the Sienna warms up fast. You should have it looked at. But you may just need to run it on full blast maximum temp for a few minutes.
  • Does anyone have a procedure on bleeding the air from the rear heating system? Thanks, Dave
  • I have heard that the various Sienna models are shipped to dealers with a limited choice of packages. Does anybody know what these packages are? I suppose they can vary by region, in which case I am particularly interested in the SF Bay Area (and in the XLE and Limited).

    I also imagine that one should be able to order a Sienna with any specific set of packages (subject to package dependencies as described by Toyota). In that case, does anybody know how long it takes from ordering to having the vehicle delivered?

    Thanks much
  • pushanpushan Posts: 15
    Well, the noise got louder and I took it to the dealer. The front Left hand wheel bearing was bad and had to be replaced.
  • nofeernofeer Posts: 381
    the awd comes with runflat tires, they are the pits can't be fixed and are $$$$ i guess you could carry a donut type spare and use regular allseason tires just be careful perhaps buy some spares. check out the prices for that size runflat tire. i will not buy a car with runflats
  • nofeernofeer Posts: 381
    what's the easiest way to hard wire my ipod
    my wife has a DLO fm transmitter that is just wonderful for HER car, with the way the cig lighter adapter is set up it puts this transmitter too low. i want a hard wire solution...does toyota make one or do i go after market??
  • wwestwwest Posts: 10,706
    "...doughnut type spare..."

    You would need to disable ABS/VSC/TC/etc, etc, should you mount the spare.
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    My 2007 has an aux input, I guess you have an earlier model?
  • gklumgklum Posts: 2
    I have a 2006 Sienna with a factory installed DVD player that runs warm to hot. DVD's are "baked" after I eject them (even in the winter). Anyone notice this with their DVD players too?
  • julbjulb Posts: 1
    I have a 2004 Toyota Sienna LE AWD with manual air conditioning. We drove from -2 degrees F in Canada to Texas 75 degrees F and noticed our air conditioner did not blow cool air. All fuses have been checked, the air conditioning worked when connected directly to the battery, the A/C button's light came on when pressed but not the compressor. A blog suggested an open interior temp sensor located somewhere above a driver's right knee and below a window vane (?) Would someone please elaborate on the location of the sensor, what it looks like and how it can be changed. Thanks
  • wwestwwest Posts: 10,706
    With that A/C indicator on the compressor should run unless...

    The refrigerant pressure is too high...(not likely)
    The refrigerant pressure is too low....(needs charging)
    The OAT is below freezing or closely nearby (or an open OAT sensor)
    Throttle is wide open.
    The drive belt if slipping.
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