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  1. Anything Sienna
    I usually buy OEM Toyota factory parts but Toyota wants $300 compared to $50 for the aftermarket part. Is it ok to go aftermarket on this part? Thanks!
  2. Buy Sell Trade & Group Buys
    Looking to buy hub cap. I just need one. Give me a price and I think about. I live in the Fresno, California area. Thanks.
  3. General Discussion (Gen 1)
    Hi everyone! I just recently bought an 04 CE which only came with steel wheels and el cheapo hub caps (generic brand). Eventually I'd like to invest in a set of OE alloys, but in the meantime I was hoping to at least put on a nice set of Toyota hub caps to help with the overall look of the van...
  4. Problems, Maintenance, and Repair (Gen 2)
    I'm trying to replace the rear wheel bearing and hum assembly on my '06 Toyota Sienna FWD Van. Unfortunately the whole assembly seems frozen/rusted to the back of the brake assembly. I've seen some hub pullers and different suggestions to unstick the assembly, but they all seem to be geared to...
  5. Canadian Siennas
    Dealership said I need to replace them and asking $436.50 for parts and $372.60 for labour. I have lots of noises. Last summer I had to replace front axel(or shaft) and that was around $900. I have only ~130,000 km. Are these prices too high? I want to keep my car for a few more years, and I...
  6. Problems, Maintenance, and Repair (Gen 2)
    My first project on my Sienna. I have a bad rear wheel bearing that needs to be replaced. Job went pretty quick until I got around to extracting the old hub. It's rusted in. I've PB blasted the area and have been going at it with a slide hammer to no avail. The difficulty is keeping the...
  7. General Discussion (Gen 2)
    Went to the Toyota dealership today and found out the "motorboat" noise I have been hearing is the left rear wheel bearing hub assembly. Also, was told the power steering rack was leaking. Does anyone know if these are common problems that I could protest to the dealership in trying to get them...
  8. General Discussion (Gen 1)
    Hey, I searched around and I'm assuming this is a "unique" problem. I have a 2000 Toyota Sienna and the ABS light came on and brakes were acting starnge. I removed the rear passenger side wheel only to find the sensor (which is pressed into the hub) on top of the brake drum. It was only there...
  9. How To Guides / Do It Yourself Instructions
    My hubs and bearings are worn out, mechanic wants $400, can I replace myself.
  10. Tires, Wheels, & Tire Pressure Monitors (TPMS)
    Guys , if you have a dedicated set of wheels for winter,tell me, are they oem ? Or aftermarket ? if so are they hubcentric or lug centric ? There is a consensus that hubcentric can be better, but lug centric can work and would be in my case a lot cheaper since the dimension of the wheels I...
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