Maybe I should have asked this on another forum but where did you get or buy the jack for the Sienna?
Thanks . New car, apparently I needed the encouragement to actually find the jack. The last time I bought a car was a good 15 years ago and things have changed a lot. Luckily, I do have plenty of experience at using a jack, once I've located it!The use of the included jack should be well covered in your owners manual. Between the wheels on each side (about 30% back from the front bumper, and about 30% forward of the rear bumper) is an indent in the perimeter pinch weld. The jack fits that spot and allows you to jack up that one corner while leaving the other 3 tires on the ground.
16” won’t fit around calipers on gen3.Advanced question...
Just bought a 2015 awd sienna. Dealer had replaced tires with standard, which was fine. Unfortunately, did not include a spare. Wife had a flat 2 weeks after purchase as I was planning this nifty spare purchase out. Here's the advanced question:
Would a 16" 2013 scion xb rim work, and if so, what tire do I need? Weird question I know. But I find myself in a situation where I have a perfectly good scion rim and need a spare for my Sienna. Thanks, you guys are smarter than I!
I Have a 2019 Sienna AWD and am making the switch to regular tires. The Spare should be 155/90/17, its only a 5mm difference in diameter from the 235/55/18 tires going onto it.Re: spare wheel sienna AWD
Can I ask your dimensions of your factory wheel and tire, as well as the dimensions of the spare tire? My stock measures 235/55/18 and I'm interested in purchase spare w 165/80/17.
155/90/17 is the way to go if you are running 235/55/18 tires. Check tire size.com to compare the tires on the van to the size doughnut you wish to purchase. the 155/90/17 is .2" or 5mm smaller in diameter than the 235/55/18, a 165/80/17 is .8" or 20mm smaller in diameter than the 235/55/18- too small in my opinion.Hi All,
Trading in my 2005 AWD for a 2015 AWD with regular tires so I need a mini-spare. Two options seem to be on the table here:
Am I off here but they seem to be the same total size (or OT) so we have two options if I am correct. Any insight (or correction) is much appreciated!
I don't know if that rim will fit. I do however know that this toyota rim will fit: Toyota part # 4261108111Hi All,
came home yesterday with my 2015! it is Much more complex then my 2015 for sure.
so I now know (thanks 71JDW) The 155/90/17 is the best option. Tire size.com really clarified the numbers.
I found a few155/90/17 on eBay that mainly were Honda mini spares.
So the next question is will the honda rim fit the sienna (Will the bolts and holes line up)?
I also saw somewhere here to buy Wheel Hub Rings. They come in different sizes:
Inner Diameter: (Vehicle Hub Size) 60.1mm;
and the Outer Diameter: (Wheel Bore Size) ranges in size from 64.1 to 74.1. Any idea which size? More importantly I am guessing I can measure the spare when I relieve it and then buy the right size.
Will that tire tote fit a 155/90/17 mounted on the Toyota 17x4 rim?Thanks for all the info on the compact spare. Here's what I got for my 2011 Sienna AWD now that its time to replace the original RFT's:
Tire & wheel
eBay seller fito0761
2011 2012 2013 TOYOTA SIENNA SPARE TIRE WHEEL DONUT 17" SPARE
"WILL FIT: TOYOTA SIENNA 2011 2012 2013 ( ALL 2WD AND 4WD )"
(I would have chosen slower/cheaper shipping if seller offered it)
Arrived new/unused, tire still has label on it.
Space Saver Spare Tire Tote
Fit is perfect, with carry handle that works well; standard size totes would be really big on a compact spare.
(yes it says BMW on it - no logo - but a compact tote seemed really hard to find)
6-arm Bungee Cord (to secure tire standing against the back of the 3rd row 60% side)
This is really three connected cords - one wrapped around two anchor points, other two around one anchor point & one side of tire.
Replacement set of four tires:
Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Ecopia
Set was about $720 delivered to my installer, minus $70 rebate card whenever it arrives.
Can't believe I didn't break down and get this stuff years ago...