2005 Toyota Sienna Overview

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2005 Toyota Sienna Overview

Having just been redesigned the year before, the 2005 Toyota Sienna saw no significant changes.

The 2005 Toyota Sienna came in four trims: the CE, the LE, the XLE, and the XLE Limited. The CE is extremely bare-bones, offering only the most basic features, with the XLE Limited coming fully-loaded with plenty of high-end amenities. The LE and both XLEs are available with AWD. Across the board, the engine is a 3.3 liter, 240 horsepower V6. Fuel economy is 19/27.

Drivers like the 2005 Toyota Sienna for its car-like handling, comfortable seats, flexible seating configurations, and luxury-like appointments. Some drivers complain that the van is prone to strange rattles, and many say that adding options causes a sharp increase in price.

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    Sissychic
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    My 2005 Toyota Sienna Has Steam Coming Out Of The Rear Vents

    My 2005 Toyota Sienna has steam coming out of the rear vents and fluid that's not water that looks like antifreeze leaking from right rear where that motor is behind the quarter panel, any ideas why...

    12 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
    Kevin Carter
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    Can My Sienna Run Without A Catalytic Converter

    I do not have much power in my van. I took it to a shop and they said the catalytic converter and the resonator needs replacing. I cannot afford their price. Can it run without the converter? Thank...

    22 views with 3 answers (last answer about a month ago)
    kruzntaco
    170

    Why Does My Van Overheat When Running Idle?

    When I run the A/C then park my van, it slowly starts to overheat. I see the temperature gauge go from the middle to hot. The air coming out of the vent also goes from cold to warm. When I put the van...

    4,410 views with 7 answers (last answer about a month ago)
    Ms_LBW
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    What Is Causing My Toyota Sienna '05 To Engage It's Vscc & Abs On Dry Roads...

    As I drive curvy dry roads, the VSC and ABS systems engages sporadically. The dealer cannot isolate the problem. The problem continues to worsen preventing me from taking the car on any road trips.

    18 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
    Troy Lamb
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    When To Change The Intake Manifold Gasket On 2005 Toyota Sienna?

    I just changed the spark plugs on the 2005 Toyota Sienna and what a job that was! I see that on the upper intake manifold it has a red rubber gasket. Is it necessary to change this gasket? the ga...

    20 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)