How many miles will a 2009 Toyota Sienna last?

With consistent and proper maintenance, a Sienna should be able to make it to 200,000 miles. This is a van that’s mean to last. It’s certainly not unheard of to see the odometers pass 300,000 miles either. While that may not be the way life for every Toyota Sienna plays out, it definitely happens.

Is 2009 Toyota Sienna a good year?

2009 Toyota Sienna Overview The 2009 Toyota Sienna won our Best Minivan for the Money award in 2009 and is one of the top-rated vehicles in its class.

How often should I service my Toyota Sienna?

The oil, filter, and fluid changes every 3,000 to 7,000 miles are all fluid checks. The frequency of air filter replacement is approximately every 15,000 to 30,000 miles, as well as battery, power steering, antifreeze, and cooling system checks. We replace radiator hoses, brake pads, belts every 60,000 miles.

Does 2009 Sienna have timing belt?

If it is indeed a 2009 model: this engine has a timing chain. First, you don’t need to ever replace that. Second, find a new service person if your current one is asking you to change a timing belt on a vehicle that does not have one.

How do I turn off the maintenance required light on my Toyota Sienna?

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  1. Turn your key in the ignition to accessory mode.
  2. Locate and press the ODO/TRIP button until ODO comes up on the display.
  3. Turn off your Sienna.
  4. Hold down the ODO/TRIP button and start your engine while continuing to hold.
  5. When your odometer display reads all zeros, you have reset the maintenance light.

How do you reset Toyota Sienna?

Begin by parking the vehicle in a safe place,setting the parking brake,and switching the ignition off.

  • Make sure all tire pressures are correct,according to the owner’s manual.
  • Turn the engine on.
  • Find the TPMS reset button below and to the left of the steering wheel on the instrument panel.
  • How to tune up Toyota Sienna?

    Suddin. My 08 sienna is well overdue for a tuneup (ignition coils&spark plugs) at 138k miles.

  • BillG. My 08 sienna is well overdue for a tuneup (ignition coils&spark plugs) at 138k miles.
  • rwvuletic. Agree that one does not normally change coils as preventative maintenance.
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  • Does Toyota Sienna have remote start?

    Toyota Sienna supports remote start feature that allows you to remotely start the engine of your vehicle for the purpose of cooling or preheating the interior before the passengers gets to it. The remote start feature on Toyota Sienna has many benefits. You can start your vehicle in advance when the weather is too hot or cold outside.

    How to change the transmission oil on a Toyota Sienna?

    Acquire at least 4 qts of Genuine Toyota type T-IV ATF.

  • Warm up the vehicle for at least 15 minutes.
  • Turn off the vehicle.
  • Using a drain pan,remove the ATF drain plug using a 10mm Allen wrench (hex drive).
  • Allow the ATF to drain into the drain pan.
  • Replace the crush washer then re-install the drain plug to 36 lb-ft.
  • Pop the hood and remove the dipstick.