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  1. I just bought a 2018 Sienna to replace an '08 Uplander for towing my pop up camper. I love the Sienna but wondering if I made a mistake in terms of a minivan towing vehicle. Here's why. I tried two sets of Firestone air bags on my Uplander which failed. I then got Monroe air shocks which worked great! For the '18 Sienna the ONLY option (other than 5-6k custom air suspension) appears to be blow up air bags for the rear springs: no air shocks, Sumo springs, or other non-inflating spring supports. Does anyone know of any other affordable non-airbag rear suspension enhancement for the '18 Sienna LE? note, the Timbren system works on the '17 but not the '18. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  2. Hello everyone, The passenger power sliding door hesitates 1-2 seconds when I open it or close it in any weather condition, it doesn't matter if I do it from remote or any indoor button. The sliding doors recall was done back in 2017. All external components are clean and lubed with silicone spray. The driver side is just fine. Any suggestions? Thank you.
  3. Hello, I just joined this forum. I am inquiring about a body plug that is supposed to be located in the tire jack compartment. My Sienna is missing said plug. Has anyone else had a problem with this body plug going missing and if so which part number was used to replace it? It seems that the dealerships don't know which plug is the right one to use as a replacement and as I saw on the parts screen there is no indication by Toyota as to which plug is the right choice. Thanks in advance for any help on this problem.
  4. Toyota Sienna 3.5L 2GR-FE Supercharger kit Before installation, it only puts out 230whp and 214.1ft/lb of torque.. With the HKS GT Supercharger kit and tuned computer(with speed limit cancelled), it makes 291.6whp and 310ft/lb of torque!
  5. Hello! I have 2012 Sienna LE. My current mileage is 29, 102. I've heard a kind of clicking sound when I drove over 60 miles/hour for couple of hours on the highway several times since last summer. I recorded the sound on Feb 2, 2014. I was trying to attach an mp3 file here, but this site won't allow. Here's a link of the sound: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3TX...ZWb2UzSmc/edit You can hear it at 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 12 and in almost every 1-2 seconds after that throughout the whole audio. A headphone may work better. Hope this helps you understand what I meant by clicking sound. It seems this happens after we drive over 60 miles per hour for a while since it happened only on Saturday evening. It didn't happen on the highway in the morning, although i drove more than 60 miles per hour for quite a long time in the morning. I guess this clicking sound may be related with some heat and speed. The Toyota dealer shop just told me to stop by when it happens but it only happens after a long distance at night on weekends when the dealer shop is closed. I would appreciate any advice.
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