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2006 Toyota Sienna CE 5dr FWD 7-Passenger (GS)

2006 Toyota Sienna
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Front Wheel Drive, 5 Door Reg WB, 2WD Minivans
19 mpg city / 26 mpg hwy
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June 6, 2011, 9:06 am

James C
 

Question: Should I replace the water pump at the same time as the Timing Belt on my '05 Sienna?

Should I replace the water pump at the same time as the Timing Belt on my '05 Sienna?

I have a 2005 Toyota Sienna XLE that has just reached 90,000 miles. I know that I need to get the timing belt replaced, but should I have the water pump replaced, too?

I read an online forum where another '05 Sienna owner was told that the water pump for this model is electric and does not need to be replaced as part of the maintenance schedule. Is this true?


August 23, 2015, 6:21 pm

Jim R
 

Absolutly! The dealer will charge you too much, so look for a trusted independent mechanic. Mine cost me only $650.


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August 23, 2015, 6:40 pm

Jim R
 

Sorry, I missed a couple of things in reading you note. In regards to your milage: my 2002 Sienna was the one I had the timing belt change with the water pump. Good you pointed out the "electric" water pump, so I'm going to look into that to that as well. I had a used 2002 Sienna (98,000 mile & no history on vehichle), so I did the change at 120,00 miles
I also awned a 1998 Sienna b4 that and had over a 120,000 miles on it when I traded it in for the 2002. I hade not yet yet made a new timing belt change in the 1998 and I had that since new. Hope my info helps you decide on the timing belt part.


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