Toyota Sienna Maintenance Schedule

2018 Toyota Sienna

Different vehicles require different automotive care to help ensure they run well into old age. If you happen to have a Toyota Sienna, for example, you’ll want to read through this informative Toyota Sienna maintenance schedule guide. In the following sections, we’ll be detailing the specific services your Sienna will need as well as how frequently these services should occur.

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Every 5,000 Miles or 6 Months

2018 Toyota Headlights

After 5,000 miles, you should bring your Toyota Sienna into the shop for a few quick inspections and helpful replacements. This is also standard procedure for every 5,000 miles going forward.

The services and inspections that will be conducted on your Toyota Sienna include:

  • Check installation of driver’s floor mat
  • Check for recalls
  • Change oil and oil filter
  • Replace drain plug gasket
  • Rotate tires
  • Set tire pressures to correct PSI (pounds per square inch)
  • Inspect and adjust fluid levels
  • Inspect wiper inserts and blades
  • Check all exterior lightbulbs
  • Visually inspect brake linings, drums, pads, and disks
  • Perform multi-point inspection

Every 15,000 Miles or 18 Months

Once you reach the 15,000-mile marker, there are a range of new services that need to be completed. These services are vital for the long-term health of your vehicle and are listed below:

  • Inspect ball joints and dust covers
  • Inspect and adjust all fluid levels
  • Inspect cabin air filter
  • Inspect condition of drive shaft boots
  • Check condition of brake fluid
  • Check operation of cooling system
  • Complete inspection of steering and suspension components
  • Complete inspection of exhaust system
  • Re-torque drive shaft (4WD)
  • Re-torque propeller shaft bolt (4WD)
  • Inspect rear differential oil (4WD)
  • Inspect transfer case oil (4WD)
  • Inspect fuel lines and fuel cap gasket

Every 30,000 Miles or 36 months

Air Filter Change

Finally, we get to the 30,000-mile marker, denoting a new set of services and inspections that should take place. These services are for the benefit of your Toyota Sienna and ensure that the next 30,000 miles are just as enjoyable as the previous ones.

Some of these services include:

  • Inspect steering gear box
  • Inspect steering linkage and boots
  • Inspect fuel lines and fuel cap gasket
  • Inspect fuel tank vapor vent system hoses
  • Inspect ignition wires

Take Your Toyota Sienna to a First-Rate Service Center

If you want your Toyota Sienna to perform at a high level even as the miles rack up, you should follow this instructive maintenance schedule. You can also bring your Sienna into the Ira Toyota of Tewksbury Service Center for first-rate care. We have highly trained technicians on staff who have the benefit of working with the advanced equipment found in our on-site facility.

If you’re located near Lowell, Dracut, and Tewksbury, schedule an appointment by giving us a call or using our online scheduler tool today!