2004 Toyota Sienna LE 7-Passenger AWD 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 5A)
My 2004 Toyota Sienna had a faulty radiator.
Who has to replace a radiator in today's cars?
I contacted Toyota regarding this and they didn't care.
I then had trouble with my power steering that has a recall on 2004 Sienna's but guess what? My particular vin # is not covered under the recall.
I think not!
I was told by my mechanic that Toyota takes about 1 in 3 calls and does something about it.
Oh, also you get to replace the Timing Belt at 90,0000 miles to the tune of $1500!
I bought this car thinking I could get a good 200,000 miles out of it (because according to the dealer - this is a quality vehicle and that's why we don't dicker on prices!).
I don't think so!!!
I too had to replace my radiator because it was leaking. I never had to do that in any of my other vehicles. I agree very poor quality, read my above comment on ALL the problems with electric doors, battery clickers, lighting issues, electric shorts....etc. NOT TO MENTION ALL THE RECALLS this van has had.
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