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SOURCE: 2003 toyota sienna makes screeching noise when starting

I would guess that you have a stretched or loose serpentine belt. Common problem.

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SOURCE: toyota sienna clunks when shifting to reverse

sounds like the idle is to high if it lurches, that is why you hear a clunk, you will need to find out why the idle is to high, may be a bad sensor or idle air control valve, there are no adjustment it is all computer controlled so something is wrong , i would think the check engine light would come on by now, go to an auto zone and have the computer scanned for codes.

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