Question about 2006 Toyota Sienna
Engine cools back down once vehicle begins moving
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I get many calls a week for this procedure...
This is really easy! Follow these directions:
Turn the key ON
Look at the odometer, and verify that it displays "ODO" and the total mileage traveled. If it is on "Trip A" or "Trip B", press the black stick next to the odometer to read "ODO", and the total miles traveled.
Turn the key OFF.
Press in, and HOLD the black trip meter reset button, hold it in.
DO not release it.
Turn the key ON, do not start the engine
Observe the Odometer display. The total mileage traveled will disappear, and you will see 5 dashes, then 4, then 3, then 2, then 1 dash, and finally, 5 zeros. Then, the total mileage traveled will redisplay.
Release the black trip meter reset stick.
This completes the reset procedure, and it will be back on in 5,000 miles, to remind you of you next oil change.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
Even though the Sienna is not "supposed" to be equipped with day time running lights in the US, IT IS!
Remove the under hood fuse panel cover, in the lower left hand corner of the fuse box there is an empty fuse socket to the left of the two 10 amp headlight fuses. Simply take one of your spare fuses (it doesn't mater which one, I used one of the 2 spare 30 amp fuses) and plug it into the open socket. BINGO, you now have daytime running lights! Pretty slick eh?? Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted if you need more information.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
I had to replace my passenger side mirror on my 2004 Sienna a while back. I took some pictures as I did it. Maybe this can help.http://time4nothing.blogspot.com/2008/03/fixing-04-sienna-passenger-side-mirror.html
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
the sliding door is probablly draining the battery,, have door checked.. make sure tracks are clean and hinges are not binding
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
2006 Sienna Standard towing specs:
2WD or 4WD: Max Tongue Weight: 200 lbs
Max trailer and cargo weight: 2,000 lbs;
(over 1,000 lbs requires trailer brakes)
Max trailer and cargo weight: 3,500 lbs WITH the factory tow package
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Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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