Toyota Sienna Maintenance Schedule

The folks here at Ira Toyota of Danvers know how important it is to ensure that our fellow Danvers, Peabody, and Salem drivers are staying current with their regular vehicle maintenance. That is precisely why we’ve provided the following Toyota Sienna maintenance schedule!

If you drive a Toyota Sienna, this schedule is designed to help you keep track of when you need to get in to the service center as well as exactly which procedures will be performed during each visit.  Schedule a service appointment today to get started.

5,000 Miles

When your Sienna has reached the 5,000-mile mark, there are a few inspections that should be performed. In addition to a tire rotation and visual brake inspection, other checks include the following:

  • Driver’s floor mat for correct and safe installation
  • All fluid levels
  • Wiper blades

10,000 Miles

At 10,000 miles, all the 5,000-mile maintenance is repeated. In addition to those tasks, the oil and oil filter will be changed.

15,000 Miles

Sienna Maintenance

This time, you can expect a more intensive visit. Aside from the usual checks, here’s what will also be inspected:

  • Ball joints and dust covers
  • Brake lines and hoses
  • Drive shaft boots
  • Cabin air filter
  • Engine coolant
  • Exhaust pipes and mountings
  • Radiator and condenser
  • Steering gear
  • Steering linkage and boots

If your Toyota Sienna has four-wheel drive (FWD), you can expect the drive and propeller shaft bolts to be retorqued as well as the rear differential oil and transfer case oil to be checked and changed if needed.

20,000 Miles

When you get to 20,000 miles, it’ll likely be time for an oil change as well as an oil filter replacement. The below tasks will also take place:

  • Visual brake inspection
  • Inspection of wiper blades
  • Tire rotation
  • All fluid levels are checked

25,000 Miles

At this point, it’ll be time for the standard checks and tasks that are performed every 5,000 miles.

30,000 Miles

Toyota Sienna Maintenance Danvers, MA

The 30,000-mile mark is a pretty big one. If you drive a Toyota Sienna with FWD, it’ll be time again to have the drive shaft bolt and propeller shaft bolt retorqued. Your Sienna will also get an oil change and the cabin and engine air filters will be replaced. Here’s what gets a look-over this time around:

  • Automatic transmission fluid cooler hoses and connections
  • Automatic transmission (for signs of leakage)
  • Ball joints and dust covers
  • Brake components, lines, and hoses
  • Drive shaft boots
  • Engine coolant
  • Exhaust pipes and mountings
  • Fuel lines and connections
  • Fuel tank band
  • Fuel tank vapor vent system hoses
  • Fuel tank cap gasket
  • Radiator and condenser
  • Steering gear
  • Steering linkage and boots

35,000 Miles

This appointment will consist of the regular inspections, refills, replacements, and rotations.

40,000 Miles

The 40,000-mile mark brings another standard visit with an oil change mixed in.

45,000 Miles

 

At 45,000 miles, your Sienna gets the following things inspected at our service center:

  • Ball joints and dust covers
  • Brake lines and hoses
  • Drive shaft boots
  • Engine coolant
  • Exhaust pipes and mountings
  • Radiator and condenser
  • Steering gear
  • Steering linkage and boots

Those with four-wheel drive will have the rear differential oil and transfer case oil changed at this time.

50,000 Miles

This visit consists of an oil change, tire rotation, and oil filter replacement. All fluids will be checked and topped off and the brakes will also be checked.

Remember to Schedule Your Next Service Appointment

If you live or work near Danvers, Peabody, and Salem and you’d like to get your Toyota Sienna in for a maintenance visit, contact Ira Toyota of Danvers to schedule your appointment today!