It was easy. The sheet is just a 2' x 4' sheet of plywood. I forget which thickness off the top of my head, but I think it was 3/4 inch that I grabbed at home depot. I glued some rubber matting that I got off amazon to it from Amazon Rubber Mat AmazonHow did you do that? What did you use? I want to do the same. Is it removable?
Hey rcamacho, how many miles on your Sienna? Thanks for the link!Replaced both front wheel bearings. Both were toast.
Great procedural guide...
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Exactly how I did it. Everytime I go in the glove box, I see the fuse box cover and it still bothers me! Even tried a more expensive low profile type add a fuse and no dice!I recently installed a dash cam , on the windshield in front of the rear view mirror. I ran the wire along the inside edge of the headliner and down the "A" pillar cover , very importantly , on the windshield side so as not to impeded the airbags motion located there. I then ran the wire down the side of the dashboard and hooked it up to an empty slot that is controlled by the ignition switch. I used an "add a circuit" fuse adapter for electrical connection. The only drawback is that the black fuse cover with the fuses identification cannot be put back in place. I am ok with that as I will store the cover in the glove box . A plastic tool from my trim removal kit was very handy for the install.
It was very easy. I don't really remember the fine points but here's the gross points. there is holes for the pin in the door compartment and holes for the pin in the section that flaps up and down. My fingers got the pin in loosely but needed a flat screwdriver to press it in all the way. Compare with your driver's side. This shouldn't take more than a minute or two to do!How exactly did you get the pin in?
I need 2 for my passenger side.