Toyota introduced the Sienna minivan in 1998, to replace the Toyota Previa. The 2005 Toyota Sienna was equipped with a 3.3-liter multi-port fuel injected, DOHC V-6 engine capable of producing 230 horsepower. This van was equipped with the option of two-wheel or four-wheel disc brakes. Replacing the rotors on the 2005 Toyota Sienna is a task that should be performed by someone with prior automotive experience.
Things You’ll Need
Tire iron, 1-ton or greater capacity jack, 2 jack stands, 3/8-inch drive ratchet and socket, Screwdriver, Metal clothes hanger or thin metal rod, 1/2-inch drive breaker bar, 1/2-inch drive deep well socket set, Tub of caliper grease (make sure the label says “safe for use on disc brakes”), New brake pads, New anti-squeak clips, 1/2-inch drive torque wrench