2008 Toyota Sienna Questions
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if I do several short cranks of starter then it will start ok. It seems like it takes a few seconds to get enough fuel to start. Each day it takes a little longer to start.
When I am driving in normal conditions I hear a ticking or slight tapping noise while driving into or out of a right sided curve in the road then it seems as if my Toyota Sienna doesn't want to excel rate or decelerate if the steering is still in a slightly right curve...this happens only if its a curve between 30-40mph on dry normal street conditions. This has happened several times in the past 6 months then about 2 months ago (only 3 times so far) My VSC & Trac lights on my dash started beeping & flashing at me while driving on the curve at 35mph (dry conditions) then once I was straight again it stopped beeping & the lights went out. I had very worn front tires & had them replaced 3 days ago & drove on the freeway at 60-70mph no clicking or tapping noise on curves & no lights on yet but tonight it's raining and it seems like as soon as I got on the freeway on curves it started to decelerate I couldn't hear the noise due to the freeway noise but I'm worried about driving any further should I get towed home 63miles or take back roads home 63 miles? The Trac & VSC lights are not coming on when the deceleration occurs tonight but I am scared by what I have been reading in Toyota chat rooms of other drivers
This usually happens after idling a while or after a long down grade. It does not appear to be using oil.
comes off with wipers
the button on the control panel is not working
In hot weather the rubber handle softens.
Recently had a valve stem replaced, and now my low pressure light is on. First steady, now flashing
The orange lights flash but the cd won't eject
my 2008 Sienna rear door does not open
I replaced the front oxygen sensor myself,but the check engine light still on. Checked at a toyota dealer,they told me cause what i replaced is not a toyota original oxygen sensor, is that true?
Are there any way to fix it besides to use an original parts?
The car has (180,000 miles). My wife tells me when she started the car the AC would not come on, after a while the AC did come on. The car died in the middle of the road 15 minutes later. The scan gave a P0117 ECT circuit malfunction. It was about a gallon low on coolant. Reset the scan and no longer there is a code. The car still has the oil and the engine light on and will not start. it sounds like starter spins but engine does not crank. I would appreciate any advice.
this happens with both keys. Sounding like i'll need a new Immobilizer. What's that cost? Any other possibilities?