Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Laytonsville, MD
As stated above brake lines. Also dirty fluid if it hasn't been flushed in a while. Remove it all when replacing brake components. Its a 15 year old vehicle.
I would replace your brake lines and hoses from the frame mount to calipers- five parts- rubber hose frame to axle, steel line axle to caliper x 2 and rubber brake hose from steel line to caliper x2.
I had a sticking driver side caliper, replaced rotors calipers pads , and same problem, replaced all of the lines and no problems.
The rubber caliper hose liners were swollen I believe.
The parts are difficult to find and the crown replacement I got for passenger side leaked. Dealer doenst have assemblies any more. I think Crown is the only supplier of the stock one piece axle tube /hose assembly. You can make them up yourself - hard lines bend flare and nut, hoses you can source from parts store. I thought about Teflon lines after the first replacement leaked but time conspired against me.
2004 Sienna Pearl
no front bumper extensions
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