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  1. Problems, Maintenance, and Repair (Gen 4)
    Not a real problem, but since I couldn't find the answer on line, I thought one of us might know. It's 34 degrees out side and the wife said "the lower washer fluid light came one". So, I grabbed a gallon jug of fluid I bought in the fall to ready for these kind of things. The reservoir sucked...
  2. Problems, Maintenance, and Repair (Gen 1)
    Has anybody added an oil catch reservoir (see attached pic) to their 1st generation Sienna? Mine puts out a pretty big cloud at startup, but not all the time and I was wondering if one might help.
  3. Problems, Maintenance, and Repair (Gen 2)
    2006 LE 106K miles. started overheating today, opened the hood to find that the reservoir cap had blown open and coolant had splashed everywhere on the engine. Refilled the coolant reservoir and test drive the van, it started heating up quickly again. did not see any coolant leak as the coolant...
  4. Problems, Maintenance, and Repair (Gen 1)
    2000 Sienna 140k miles My wife just asked me to fill up the washer reservoir and it all drained out. It looks like a rock punched a 1 cm hole in the tank. I try and buy Toyota parts for this van, but I'm thinking this may be one that "genuine Toyota" isn't a big deal. That said, the genuine...
  5. Problems, Maintenance, and Repair (Gen 2)
    we have a very slow coolant leak on the ol' swagger wagon. (2004 Sienna LE) After some fearful searching, I noticed a light pink trail just below the coolant recovery tank/reservoir. I don't see any wet spots...very small leak judging from the pink trail. I'm thinking the rubber hose from the...
  6. Problems, Maintenance, and Repair (Gen 2)
    I am about to bleed the brakes and want to know how to empty the brake reservoir without having to undo the two hoses attached to it. It seems a turkey baster can only extract some.
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