Drum Removal on a Toyota Sienna?

Answer Removing the rear brake drums on your Toyota Sienna is the only way to inspect or replace the shoes inside the drum or inspect the drum for wear and damage. The rear brakes do not wear as quickly a... Read More »

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Toyota Sienna Oxygen Sensor Removal?

Making its debut in 1998, the Toyota Sienna has always featured at least three oxygen sensors, due to the employment of its V-engine. A V-engine is shaped like a V and has an exhaust manifold on ea... Read More »

Seat Removal in a 2006 Toyota Sienna Van?

Toyota has manufactured the Sienna, a family minivan, since 1997. Built on the Camry platform, it is longer and wider than that sedan. The 2006 Sienna minivan seats eight, and the second row of sea... Read More »

1999 Toyota Sienna Spare Tire Removal?

Toyota released its first minivan in 1984 and named it the "Toyota Van." The Toyota Van's sales never took off, so the maker redesigned the van, giving it a jellybean-like shape, and named it the P... Read More »

Brake Drum Removal on a Toyota Pickup?

The brake drum on your Toyota pickup refers to a cast-iron drum on the outside of the rear-wheel hub assembly. This drum protects the rear-brake assembly from debris. Over time, the rear drum brake... Read More »