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2004 toyota sienna


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07-17-04, 04:10 PM   #1  
2004 toyota sienna

I just purchased a brand new 2004 Toyota Sienna XLE. It has 100 miles on it. My wife noticed the drivers side rear wheel looks alittle askew. Meaning the top looks alittle more in than the bottom which looks alittle more out. I looked at it and it appears to be. Even my neighbor said from afar it looks slanted a bit. The othe wheel looks fine. There is no wobbling when I drive or bo-weavel when I drive. Maybe it is the suspension? Remember the old volkswagons - the wheels looked slanted? The rims are tight- as are the lugs. Any suggestions?

 
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07-17-04, 06:10 PM   #2  
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It's under warranty....take it to the dealer.

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07-18-04, 08:06 AM   #3  
Thats right

2004 I would be at the dealer faster then a speeding bullet do not mess with it.It might be OK look at other vans like yours and see if they are like that.

 
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07-18-04, 01:35 PM   #4  
I am not familiar with the van but if it is independent rear suspension and your parking area is slanted it may be normal for the vehicle.Give the dealer a call and a chance to explain the vehicle characteristics before you dive in mad as hell.

 
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