Prior to the release of the Sienna in 1998, Toyota tossed its hat into the minivan ring twice. The first attempt was the delivery-truck-based “Toyota Van,” and the second was the advanced-for-its-era Previa. Neither van sold well; hence, the release of the Sienna. The 2007 Sienna received a bump in horsepower and engine size, increasing from a 215-horsepower, 3.3-liter V-6, in 2006, to a 266-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6. The 2007 Sienna’s front brakes are of the disc variety, and periodic replacement of the rotor is required. This is not a difficult task, however, for the do-it-yourself mechanic to complete.
Things You’ll Need
Clean turkey baster, Small container, Ratchet, Socket set, Floor jack, Jack stands, 8-inch C-clamp, Combination wrench set, Mechanic’s wire, Phillips screwdriver, Hammer, Rubber mallet, Torque wrench, New rotors, New brake pads, 1 qt. DOT 3 brake fluid