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  1. Folks, My 2004 XLE FWD has this problem resulting in illumination of the brake warning lamp. My mechanic performed a pressure test and confirmed the leak. Top up of the brake fluid fixed the issue and warning light goes off. I was surprised Toyota today recall does not include the North America Sienna. Do you folks have experience similar experience? The brake warning light is on and the brake fluid is unexpectedly dropping to below the minimum line of the brake fluid reservoir. Here is some part of today recall... The majority of vehicles this time around need to be fixed for a problem with the brake master cylinder, which could lead to weaker braking power, said spokesman Paul Nolasco in Tokyo. Some models in Japan and elsewhere — but not in North America — have an electrical problem with the fuel pump, which could lead the engine to stall, Nolasco said. No accidents have been reported from the two defects, he said. The models affected in the U.S. include the 2005 and 2006 Avalon, 2004 through 2006 non-hybrid Highlander and Lexus RX330, and 2006 Lexus GS300, IS250, and IS350 vehicles, the company said in a release from its U.S. headquarters in Torrance, California. The release said a small amount of the brake fluid could slowly leak from the brake master cylinder, resulting in illumination of the brake warning lamp. Owners around the world will be notified by Toyota by direct mail to come for repairs at no charge, Nolasco said. The models affected in Japan include the Crown, Crown Majesta, Harrier, Mark X, Alphard, Kluger, Lexus GS350, Lexus IS250, and Lexus IS350. The production date of the models range from May 2002 to November 2005. In Japan, two models — the Lexus GS350 and the Crown — are affected by both problems.
  2. OK will do...let us know any update from Toyota.
  3. Folks, My 2004 XLE FWD has a parking release issue for a few days, on and off. Need to press the release button to release from P position. Then it was good since then about 2 months. Very wired. Just know that my friend Sienna has similar problem. Just wondering do you folks have this kind of issue. And what is the root course for that? Mechanical or sensor faults....? Thanks
  4. Yes in Toronto. I compare other Sienna with the same wheels no problem at all. Also I have a 1997 Honda Accord with alloy wheels no problem after 12 years.
  5. Folks, My 2004 XLE FWD 17" Alloy Wheels paint/coating is peeling off and getting worse in the last 1-2 years. 3-4 years ago, there was some small pops. And you just ignored them. I believe it is a defective coating on the alloy wheels. Do you folks have similar issue? Any recall program? It is the same 17 inch wheels used for AWD Limited Version. Thanks