Question about 2007 Toyota Sienna
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is located in the rear of the vehicle, underneath. It's above the rear suspention components, between the gas tank and the depression in the trunk designed for the spare tire.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
The drain plug is on the bottom of the transmission. Its torqued to 49 nM.
1. Remove tranny oil pan drain plug
2. Drain old fluid (roughly 2-4 quarts)
3. Reinstall drain plug.
4. Measure amount drained in a 99 cent orange juice pitcher from Walmart
5. Pour back the same amount drained using Toyota Type T-IV fluid (available in 1 quart bottles from a Toyota dealer.
6. Start engine and shift slowly through all the gears ending in Park.
7. Check fluid level on the dipstick. Add fluid, if necessary, to bring the level to a point inbetween the COLD and HOT marks on the dipstick.
8. Go for a 20 minute drive and recheck fluid level. Add fluid, if necessary, to bring the level up to,
but not beyond, the upper half of the HOT range on the dipstick.
As in 1973, NO FLUSHING is needed and NO FILTER REPLACEMENT is needed, NO PAN REMOVAL is needed. As, as in 1973 todays Toyotas have a metal mesh filter screen that doesn't ever get clogged except in rare cases of transmission operational abuse, including failure to ever change the fluid for 150,000 miles or more.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
You are on the right track, you replaced the vent valve and replaced the vsv valve in the engine compartment that should of solved the problem as long as the correct valves were replaced, i would check for a leak in a hose for the evap system, a smoke test would be a good way, the canister may not be the problem but the valves on the canister, there are a few vsv valves on the canister and also the pressure sensor, the switching valve is very common also, there are so many valves thats why the dealer replacing the canister as an asm, hope this helps also make sure gas cap is good.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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