The Toyota Sienna is a minivan with front-wheel drive. The 2006 model is a second- generation Sienna, which features a six-cylinder 3.3-liter engine with a double overhead camshaft. It uses a timing belt to ensure that the cylinders fire at the correct point in their cycle. The replacement of the timing belt is part of normal vehicle maintenance, as this part wears out periodically.
Tools Used: Tools, Socket wrench set, Lug wrench, Torque wrench, Tool 09213-54015, Tool 91651-60855, Tool 09330-00021, Tool 09950-50011, Tool 09952-5010, Tool 09953-05010, Tool 09953-05020, Tool 09954-05020, Tool 981-9807, 1.27mm Allen wrench, Replacement timing belt
Change Timing Belt
Disconnect the cable from the negative battery terminal with a socket wrench. This prevents anyone from unintentionally starting the engine during the timing belt replacement. Disconnect the windshield wiper arm assemblies with a socket wrench. Remove the cowl panel and its seal. Detach the windshield washer hose, and disconnect the cowl top louvers.