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Exactly five quarts to do an oil change on this van assuming you are also replacing the oil filter.
How long between oil changes is typically recommended to be 5000 miles by Toyota. The van's service reminder light comes on at 5000 miles just for this purpose. To increase that interval is your choice.
I think you have a problem with the Brake causing this symtom.
The engine transfers power to the wheels. When you feel it heavy since you have a resistance from the turning wheels.
At this milleage some calipers getting stuck didn't allow the brake pads return to its normal position causing a friction at the rotor then you feel heavy.
Just ask them to check brake since you feel the car heavy. Then see what they find out. Don't tell them what I explained to you since a crook can get your money with this reason while just a simple task to clean off the piston instead repalcing the whole caliper. Good luck
I just bought a 2005 Tundra Limited and had the same problem. You will find the jack under the rear passenger seat. First you must pull the handle located on the sie of the seat centered between the back and seat protion and fold down the back part of the seat. Then pull the handle located near the bottom of the seat and close to the floor. Fold the rear seat over toward the front seat and you should have full view of the storage box in the floor containing the jack. I'm still looking for a manual for this vehicle,
Usualy there is a key hole located near where the passenger air bag off light is. All you do is find the key hole, insert your ignition key and turn to reactivate the air bag. If this doesn't help, i would make a quick phone call to your nearest toyota dealership, and ask for service.