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  • New (in box) Moog K90725 Front spring isolators for Driver and Passenger sides. $8
  • New (in box) KYB front strut assembly Driver side. (KYB 235624) $55
  • New (in box) KYB front strut assembly Passenger side. (KYB 235625) $55
  • New (in-box) radiator. $70
  • New Upper and Lower coolant hoses. $8
  • Denso front windshield wiper motor. $15
  • Replacement heater core. $20

There's a whole GEN 1 Seinna also available for parts or (whole. $700)

  • Recently replaced radiator.
  • A540E transmission was rebuilt by Coleman Taylor Transmissions.
  • (x4) 205 / 70 R15 General Altimax RT43 tires with 2 to 3k miles on them(rear still have nibs on the tread(70.00), plus (x1) full size spare tire(30.00).
These are mounted and balanced.
  • Reese 33008 Class III / IV hitch. (60.00)
This hitch was chosen for it's being rated for load distribution.
The thinking was it would make easy work of the load of our 4-bike carrier. We're keeping the bike carrier.
  • Brembo BRE-25358 brake rotors. (20.00)
  • Rear Hatch Release w/ Permanent Repair. (15.00)
  • Door handles, front and sliding replaced with new.
  • Recent A/C repair requiring a new evaporator core and refrigerant filter completed.
  • All glass is in good condition. Recently had new window installed, due to a stone chip that had spread across the width of the window
  • Cloth seats in good condition.
  • KYB Gas-A-Just rear shocks.
  • This sienna has the glass headlight lenses. These don't turn yellow with age.


All is located in West Tennessee. So if your in the Mississippi / Tennessee / Arkansas area give me a shout.
 

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Do you still have the parts car? What color is the interior? I might be interested in the power window/lock switch trim for both sides.
 

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window/lock switch trim
You'd be better off calling local salvage (no shipping) or looking in sites like Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market . Look for several popular parts to find near vans, and go from there. Nobody's going to list what your really looking for but most will have it. At least til it's crushed.
For giggles I just tried Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market and searched for a steel wheel. Some of the results included photos of the donor van. Included were interior photos showing, among other things, your tan doohickey less than twenty miles away. Good luck.
 

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Right you are Circus. It's better to check locally. Visit a yard that allow you to pull your own parts. That way you can take the part off the donor vehicle before pulling it from your own. That way if something breaks you will be aware of hidden clips or fasteners that caused it to break. The other benefit is you can see how your car performs in an accident, by strolling through a automotive scrap yard, and reviewing the carnage.
 
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