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The Sienna is one of the quietest and most comfortable minivans available, but it's also one of the smallest in terms of interior room. With a smooth, refined and responsive powertrain, it's still an excellent choice when interior spaciousness isn't a high priority.
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Reliability

Reliability indicates how models have performed in the past, providing the basis for predicting how the vehicles will hold up in the year ahead. These charts provide the most comprehensive reliability information available to consumers. Based on information received from our latest subscriber survey, our reliability history charts give you a rundown on how used vehicles are holding up in 17 potential trouble spots, ranging from the engine, transmission, and brakes to power equipment and the electrical system.

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Reliability indicates how models have performed in the past, providing the basis for predicting how the vehicles will hold up in the year ahead. These charts provide the most comprehensive reliability information available to consumers. Based on information received from our latest subscriber survey for about 500,000 vehicles, our reliability history charts give you a rundown on how 2000 through 2018 vehicles are holding up in 17 potential trouble spots, ranging from the engine, transmission, and brakes to power equipment and the electrical system. NA indicates that we did not receive a large enough sample size to provide data for a specific year. An X indicates that the vehicle was not manufactured for a specific year.

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Owner Reported Trouble Spots

The Reliability score is based on our latest subscriber survey of 2003 Toyota Sienna owners. The owner comments describe problems respondents experienced with this vehicle.

Fuel System

Check engine light, sensors (includes O2 or oxygen sensor), emission control devices (includes EGR), engine computer, engine computer, fuel cap, fuel gauge/sender, fuel injection system, fuel pump, fuel leaks, stalling or hesitation.

What Owners Say

Emission control devices (includes EGR)

“Had to replace catalytic converter”

Anonymous, AR (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Check engine light . Emission vent control solenoid failed”

Robert K., CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Would not pass smog. It cost about $1,000 to get the car to pass smog”

Anonymous, CA (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“The problem was the charcoal vapor canister had a leak”

Anonymous, CA (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“Check engine light came on and is very expensive (>$800) to fix for a minor problem”

Mike F., AL (2003 Toyota Sienna Unsure 3.0-L V6)

“The catalytic converter needed to be replaced”

Anonymous, NC (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Failed converters”

Anonymous, ON (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“The Oxygen Sensors on this car are always failing. It seems I am replacing one every year. My Check Engine light is now on as a result of one of these sensors, but I'm not even bothering to fix it for now”

Mark W., NY (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Both O2 sensors needed replacement around 145000 miles. I would consider that very good results for any vehicle!”

Derek G., IN (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Rear most O2 sensor is very expensive. Sensor alone was a bit over $600”

Anonymous, WA (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Check engine light came on. ODB code references O2 sensor or catalytic converter”

Anonymous, NY (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“O2 sensor needed replacing along with some other sensor - over $900 for the bill. Ridiculous”

Bruce C., MI (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“had to be replaced”

Anonymous, NC (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“PO135”

Anonymous, TX (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“O2 sensors both had to be replaced last Spring”

Jeff G., PA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“sensor had to be replaced”

Anonymous, NC (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Last sensor in exhaust system, under vehicle, went bad. Costly to replace because studs on exhaust pipe for sensor were rusted so that still functional exhaust pipe had to be replaced just for the sensor”

Anonymous, OH (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“Check engine light had been on for over a year, finally, it wouldn't even start anymore, O2 sensor replaced and it runs fine now”

Derek W., MN (2003 Toyota Sienna Unsure 3.0-L V6)

“Access to the rear bank - you have to pay a mechanic or need a lift”

Brett M., OH (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“a sensor had to be replaced”

Anonymous, MO (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)
Fuel gauge/sender

“Fuel level sender/gauge very sluggish - needle moves very slowly. Considered to be too costly to repair”

Anonymous, OH (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)
Fuel injection system

“System sticking,needed to be cleaned”

Anonymous, PA (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

Body Hardware

Power or manual windows, locks and latches, tailgate, hatch or trunk, doors or sliding doors, mirrors, seat controls, safety belts, sunroof, convertible top.

What Owners Say

“Motorized sliding door doesn't always work. Recalibrated and sometimes doesn't work when engine not running”

Anonymous, CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“The door handles have broken several times. They are ridiculously expensive to repair with original parts!”

Ginger H., UT (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“Power system on passenger side rear door failed”

Anonymous, ON (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Both electric and mechanical”

Anonymous, BC (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Front passenger door handle broke off”

Mike F., AL (2003 Toyota Sienna Unsure 3.0-L V6)

“Sliding door needed electrical motors and cables replaced”

Mark H., CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Sliding doors must be opened from the outside. If you open them from the inside, the latched freeze and the door can not be closed. It can take up to 15 minutes for this to release”

Anonymous, NJ (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“One power sliding door can not be used because it never fully latches (causing the buzzer to sound). Both sliding doors can only be activated electrically from the interior because the manual buttons always jam”

David V., KS (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Needs to be readjusted constantly while driving”

Anonymous, MD (2003 Toyota Sienna Unsure 3.0-L V6)

“The rear hatch handle broke”

Anonymous, UT (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“The rear tailgate handle to open the tailgate snapped off and had to be replaced. This was a flimsy plastic part that should not have broken. On-line research showed that this is a common problem in the Sienna model that I have”

Anonymous, NJ (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)
Locks and latches

“side door latches stick”

Anonymous, MO (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“back and sliding door latches broke due to fatigue from opening and had to be replaced. $200+ each incident”

Douglas M., FL (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“sliding side doors - locks catch and stick when the door is opened from the inside”

Anonymous, NC (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“Minor fix that I did myself. First, the right second row outer door latch broke: it was instructional figuring out how to fix, but it's good I did, as the rear hatch subsequently broke, and then the left second row outer door latch. Pattern?”

Gerald S., AR (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“The back door latch broke letting my hand pull the plastic band just over it. The plastic band comes with the license plate light and the wiring costing over 200$. Bad design”

Anonymous, QC (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“One exterior door handle partially detached (now "fixed" with JB Weld); due to the problems with the manual interior sliding door release system, we never lock any doors in the minivan because sometimes the sliding doors are difficult to unlock”

David V., KS (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)
Seat controls - movement

“Removable seats are impossibly heavy, awkward to remove and repairs to the latching system are prohibitively expensive. Would not select this model on this alone”

Anonymous, BC (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

Suspension

Shocks or struts, ball joints, tie rods, wheel bearings, alignment, steering linkage (includes rack and pinion), power steering (pumps and hoses, leaks), wheel balance, springs or torsion bars, bushings, electronic or air suspension.

What Owners Say

Alignment

“Wheel alignment was done following replacement of all shocks & struts - apparently a necessary procedure”

Michael C., WA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Rack and Pinion bushing wore out”

Anonymous, FL (2003 Toyota Sienna Unsure 3.0-L V6)

“Had to replace both axel/tierod/bushings, twice”

Derek W., MN (2003 Toyota Sienna Unsure 3.0-L V6)
Power steering leaks

“The passenger side rack seal developed a leak, so I replaced the rack myself”

Wayne G., PA (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Had to replace all shocks & struts, which then required a wheel alignment after that work was done”

Michael C., WA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“While replacing the steering rack, I decided to replace the McPherson struts and shocks, lower control arms and ball joints as all had more than 16500 miles”

Wayne G., PA (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Wore out, replaced still going with almost 300,000 miles”

Anonymous, NC (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“I've had to replace the rear shocks 3 times since I owned this car. Luckily, the first replacement had a lifetime warranty, so they've been free the last 2 times. I also had to replace a front strut this year”

Anonymous, NY (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“Road surface irregularities have become very noticeable with little cushioning of bumps. My long time mechanic gave me an estimate of $915 (parts & labor, including alignment) for replacement 9 months ago, I haven't done this repair yet”

Michael C., WA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Had to replace all shocks/struts due to age”

D G., MO (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Front stability bar is loose”

Anonymous, NY (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“one tie rod and both tie rod ends had to be replaced due to normal wear”

Anonymous, FL (2003 Toyota Sienna Unsure 3.0-L V6)

“I've had to replace both front lower stabilizer bars in 2013, and then one for the second time last year”

Anonymous, NY (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

Exhaust

Muffler, pipes, catalytic converter, exhaust manifold, leaks.

What Owners Say

Catalytic converter

“Check engine light camee on. We had to replace the catalytic converter (which we did)”

Diane J., IL (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“An exhaust pipe needed to be replaced, but the connection to the Catalytic Converter was so badly rotted that the Catalytic Converter itself needed to be replaced, as well”

Mark W., NY (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“LIGHTS ARE ALWAYS GOING ON, NO MATTER WHAT THE MEKANIC DOES, NEED TO USE FLUIDS TO GET IT TO PASS INSPECTION, THEN THEY GO BACK ON AFTER A WHILE”

Anonymous, NY (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“they all died all 2 or 3 and over last 6 years cost $6000 to get engine light to stay off but I love my van,,it is so reliable”

Gary H., NJ (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“The car would not pass inspection in 2014 because of the catalytic converter so we had to put a new one in”

Anonymous, NY (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“warning light to replace converter has sporadically come on but found no problem. had to replace O2 sensor once”

Douglas M., FL (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“The car did not pass emissions and needed over $3000 in repairs. It had been a fabulous, reliable, low maintaince car in the previous 11 years that we owned it. However, with so many miles on it, we decided to trade it in for a new 2015 Sienna LE l”

Anonymous, CT (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“The sensor in the Catalytic converter produces an engine light warning. I assume that either the sensor or the converter have failed. Local garage has told me to keep driving the vehicle”

Bruce H., NS (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“had to replace one leaking pipe”

Anonymous, NH (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“The muffler had a hole in it”

Elaine T., UT (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Rusted thru and was leaking. Replaced it”

John D., OH (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

Brakes

Antilock system (ABS), parking brake, master cylinder, calipers, rotors, pulsation or vibration, squeaking, brake failure or wear.

What Owners Say

Rotors

“This was my fault taking my vehicle to a local non certified garage where they messed up the brakes. This was no fault of the manufacturer. However, I only use the Dealer now for repairs because if this!”

Derek G., IN (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Warped rotors causing vibration during braking”

D G., MO (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“failed and needed to be replaced”

Wayne W., WI (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“The ABS module failed gradually over a period of a 12 months once the problem was discovered it was solved by removing and rebuilding the module. Now drives like new”

Anonymous, KY (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)
Master cylinder

“Brakes failed and I had master cylinder. replaced about a month ago I am unsure the brakes are O.K. I drive very cautiously with this vehicle”

Jimmie J., LA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)
Normal routine brake wear

“Loud rattle when slowing, Rear brakes and shocks worn”

Frank-Jeanne D., WA (2003 Toyota Sienna Unsure 3.0-L V6)

“Need to replace pads and inspect rotors”

Anonymous, NM (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Rapid brake wear has been a problem for as long as we have owned the car. Seems like the brakes are undersized for the weight of the vehicle”

Anonymous, GA (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

Electric System

Alternator, starter, hybrid battery and related systems, regular battery, battery cables, engine harness, coil, ignition switch, electronic ignition, distributor or rotor failure, spark plugs and wires failure.

What Owners Say

Body control module

“Power sliding door intermittently won't close. Control module and motor/ wiring harness have been replaced , but problem persists. No solution in sight”

Robert K., CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)
Headlights

“HEADLIGHTS ARE ON WHEN THE SWITCH IS OFF”

Lyle V., KS (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)
12V power plug

“Stopped working”

Sandy S., NC (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)
Tire pressure monitor

“Continue to remain on have replaced countless times works for a week then blows against - have decided to leave it broken”

Sandy S., NC (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“activated at time of all warning lights coming on”

Anonymous, NJ (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)
Warning lights

“Had trouble with warning lights coming on until fixed by Toyota dealer. Computer code problems”

Anonymous, NM (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“three lights are always on - ABS, tire pressure, and brake, although all have been checked twice by different mechanics”

Jeff G., PA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“while driving all warning lights came on. Car was serviced but not apparent reason was found”

Anonymous, NJ (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

Paint/Trim

Paint (fading, chalking, cracking, or peeling), loose interior and exterior trim or moldings, rust.

What Owners Say

“Hood rusting from inside out”

Anonymous, IL (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Some rust--what can I expect in 11 years in long Minnesota winters?”

David S., MN (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“Hood is rusted so badly that it has chunks out of it”

Anonymous, ON (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)
Loose interior trim or moldings

“We just bought this to replace a totaled car. It came with the dash covering material all cracked but not loose”

Anonymous, LA (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Molding on dashboard cracked”

George C., CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

Body Integrity

Squeaks, rattles, wind noises, loose or cracked seals and/or weather-stripping, air and water leaks.

What Owners Say

“brakes - shocks - wheel areas”

Anonymous, KS (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

“Rear door rattle almost since new that is impossible to trace”

Anonymous, BC (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“Not certain, taking it in. Sounds like steering”

George C., CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)
Air or water leaks

“We have had persistent leaks into the support columns, which have resulted in odors to the seat belts”

Anonymous, OR (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

Transmission Minor

Gear selector or linkage, leaks, transmission computer, transmission sensor or solenoid, clutch adjustment, rough shifting, slipping transmission.

What Owners Say

Rough shifting

“Shifts rough when cold”

Anonymous, CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)
Slipping transmission

“When vehicle is cold the transmission will not shift into 2nd gear. Noticed some slippage in transmission as I drive it”

Anonymous, CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)
Transmission sensor or solenoid

“Is the sensor the check engine light? That was the only clue that there was a problem. I guess it is a good thing we checked it”

David H., CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

Transmission Major

Transmission rebuild or replacement, torque converter, clutch replacement.

What Owners Say

Transmission rebuild or replacement

“Transmission failed while driving the vehicle without warning”

Anonymous, CA (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“The transmission was replaced under warrantee at less than 60,000 miles. The replacement had to be replaced at 105,000 miles, also done at the dealership at my expense”

Anonymous, CO (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

“I had no indication that the transmission was failing until the service engine light came on. The car ran fine, shifted with no problem. I was stunned to need a new transmission after just over 90k. This is a Toyota! How can this be??”

David H., CA (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

In-car Electronics

CD or DVD players, radio, speakers, GPS, communication system (e.g., OnStar), display screen freezes or goes blank, phone pairing (e.g. Bluetooth), voice control commands, steering wheel controls, portable music device interface (e.g., iPod/MP3 player), backup or other camera/sensors.

What Owners Say

Rear entertainment system (e.g., DVD player, rear screen)

“Stopped working. We replaced it with an after market system”

Anonymous, AR (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)
Display screen goes blank

“During cold weather the pre-set radio stations disappear and have to be reset”

Bruce H., NS (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“two speakers in dash and front door needed to be repaired replaced”

Anonymous, MO (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

Engine Major

Engine rebuild or replacement, cylinder head, head gasket, turbo or supercharger, timing chain or timing belt.

What Owners Say

Engine rebuild or replacement

“The oil pump failed causing extensive damage. Apparently, this is not an uncommon problem”

Anonymous, PA (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

“Engine failed and was replaced”

Anonymous, MA (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

Power Equipment

Cruise control, clock, warning lights, body control module, keyless entry, wiper motor or washer, tire pressure monitor, interior or exterior lights, horn, gauges, 12V power plug, remote engine start, alarm or security system

What Owners Say

Electronic ignition

“Ignition coil failing PO301&PO304”

Anonymous, TX (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

Engine Cooling

Radiator, cooling fan, antifreeze leaks, water pump, thermostat, overheating.

What Owners Say

“Radiator leaked and had to be replaced”

Anonymous, MA (2003 Toyota Sienna XLE 3.0-L V6)

Climate System

Blower (fan) motor, A/C compressor, condenser, evaporator, heater system, automatic climate control, refrigerant leakage, electrical failure.

What Owners Say

A/C compressor

“AC stopped working in 2013”

David S., MN (2003 Toyota Sienna CE 3.0-L V6)

Engine Minor

Accessory belts and pulleys, engine computer, engine mounts, engine knock or ping, oil leaks.

What Owners Say

“Valve cover gaskets had to be replaced”

Anonymous, MD (2003 Toyota Sienna LE 3.0-L V6)

Drive System

Driveshaft or axle, CV joint, differential, transfer case, 4WD/AWD components, driveline vibration, traction control, electronic stability control (ESC), electrical failure.

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Recalls
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Apr 20 2010
THE CABLE MAY BREAK DUE TO EXCESSIVE CORROSION AND THE SPARE TIRE MAY SEPARATE FROM THE VEHICLE, POSSIBLY RESULTING IN A VEHICLE CRASH.
Summary:
TOYOTA IS RECALLING CERTAIN MODEL YEAR 1998 THROUGH 2010 SIENNA PASSENGER VEHICLES MANUFACTURED BETWEEN AUGUST 7, 1997 AND JANUARY 4, 2010, CURRENTLY REGISTERED IN OR ORIGINALLY SOLD IN CONNECTICUT, DELAWARE, ILLINOIS, INDIANA, KENTUCKY, MAINE, MARYLAND, MASSACHUSETTS, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK, OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND, VERMONT, WASHINGTON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, VIRGINIA, WEST VIRGINIA, AND WISCONSIN. THE SUBJECT VEHICLES ARE EQUIPPED WITH THE SPARE TIRE STOWED UNDER THE VEHICLE. IF THE VEHICLE IS OPERATED IN THE COLD CLIMATE REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES WHERE ROAD SALT IS FREQUENTLY USED, WATER SPLASHED BACKWARDS WITH HIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF ROAD SALT CAN REACH THE SPARE TIRE CARRIER AND CORRODE THE SPARE TIRE CARRIER ASSEMBLY CABLE.
What should you do:
TOYOTA WILL NOTIFY OWNERS WITH AN INTERIM LETTER INITIALLY INSTRUCTING THEM TO BRING THEIR VEHICLE TO AUTHORIZED DEALERS TO INSPECT FOR CORROSION. A SECOND NOTICE WILL BE SENT WHEN THE PERMANENT REMEDY IS AVAILABLE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE TOYOTA'S AMENDED RECALL REPORT OF JULY 19, 2010. THE SAFETY RECALL IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN ON OCTOBER 12, 2010. OWNERS MAY CONTACT TOYOTA AT 1-800-331-4331.
For more information:
TOYOTA RECALL NO. AOE.OWNERS MAY ALSO CONTACT THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION'S VEHICLE SAFETY HOTLINE AT 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), OR GO TO <A HREF=HTTP://WWW.SAFERCAR.GOV>HTTP://WWW.SAFERCAR.GOV</A> .
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 10V160000
Potential Number of Units Affected: 600000
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