• 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT
  • 2001 Beige Toyota Sienna for sale in Kaysville, UT

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2001 Toyota Sienna CE

Mileage: 252,000

Kaysville, UT | Posted March 27, 2021

$1,399

2001 Toyota Sienna - $1399
If interested, please call. I will not respond to text inquiries.
6 cyl. Front wheel drive. Roof rack and tow package. 252K miles, but the transmission was replaced (probably about 200k on current transmission). Leather seats, power windows, locks, and mirrors. Sliding doors on both sides of vehicle. Lots of good space inside.
We upgraded which is why we are selling this now. Priced based on Kelly Blue Book value.
I like good, full descriptions, so here’s one for you!
This vehicle has been well taken care of, but has had a history. Basically, when we bought it, we got it out of the transmission shop when the transmission was replaced. We learned shortly thereafter that a very serious issue (head gasket failure) was covered up with some liquid ceramic dumped into the cooling system. There were a number of cascading problems that resulted, which has been a long road (no pun intended, but we’ll go with it) of dealing with issues that I believe have now all been resolved. If you want the full story, just ask. Anyhow, as a result of this there are a good number of things repaired, and some just because that’s what happens with cars.
• Brand new knock sensors and knock sensor wire harness (1 month old)
• Brand new section of power steering line (1 month old)
• Brand new battery (2 months old)
• New thermostat (~6 months old)
• New air filter (~6 months old)
• New catalytic converter (2-3 years old)
• Head gaskets, heads resurfaced, valve cover gaskets, a lot of other gaskets, and spark plugs replaced (4 years old)
• 2 of 3 Engine mounts replaced (4 years old)
• New upper radiator hose and pressure release radiator cap (4 years old)
• Spark plug coil packs replaced (most if not all at various times)
• Regularly changed oil
Vehicle also comes with:
• Ball for towing
• Scissor jack, lug nut wrench
• An assortment of gaskets (leftovers from head gasket job)
• An extra knock sensor
• Maintenance records
• Chilton manual
There are a few problems that still exist.
Cosmetically, it’s alright. Missing hubcap, blinker housing on front broken on both sides, nicks and dings, and leather seats weathered. But, no rust, windows in good shape, clean, upholstery and trim look good, exterior generally still looks nice.
There are two problems that I do not have the skill or tools to fix myself. The other may not necessarily be a problem. None of these will really impact the performance of the vehicle.
First, the transmission has begun to leak. A minor leak, but a leak all the same. This may be due to it having sat so much for the last 6 months or so. Since I’ve been getting it tuned back up, and driving it again, it seems the leak has disappeared. Hard to say. However, should the leak persist, keeping an eye on the fluid level and topping it off every now and again should keep it going just fine. It hasn’t leaked enough yet for me to need to do that.
The other problem is the check engine light. It does not illuminate, even when there are codes. From what I have determined, this was intentional (part of the problem cover up when we purchased it). I have not been able to find out how it was disabled, but I’m not an electrician so I don’t know too well what to be looking for. All I know is the bulb is fine; it just won’t turn on. If you have an OBD II or access to one, you can still get all the information you need (this is how I discovered the issue).
Third thing that may or not be an issue. This vehicle has two catalytic converters. Due to the head gasket failure, the first had some failure and parts broke off, clogging the second. The second converter was the one that was replaced. Therefore, the first is not the whole converter. From what I can tell, the majority of it is still there. So, this would only be a potential emissions issue, if that missing quarter makes that much of a difference.
In summary the vehicle is, all in all, a solid vehicle. It has two issues (leak and CEL) neither of which will limit its functionality and if you keep an eye on them, they shouldn’t impact use much if at all. On the other side of things, it has a lot of fresh, major repairs. It has a number of miles on it but has been well maintained. And it is a Toyota. It’ll get the job done and keep going! Come check it out!
2001 Toyota Sienna - $1399
If interested, please call. I will not respond to text inquiries.
6 cyl. Front wheel drive. Roof rack and tow package. 252K miles, but the transmission was replaced (probably about 200k on current transmission). Leather seats, power windows, locks, and mirrors. Sliding doors on both sides of vehicle. Lots of good space inside.
We upgraded which is why we are selling this now. Priced based on Kelly Blue Book value.
I like good, full descriptions, so here’s one for you!
This vehicle has been well taken care of, but has had a history. Basically, when we bought it, we got it out of the transmission shop when the transmission was replaced. We learned shortly thereafter that a very serious issue (head gasket failure) was covered up with some liquid ceramic dumped into the cooling system. There were a number of cascading problems that resulted, which has been a long road (no pun intended, but we’ll go with it) of dealing with issues that I believe have now all been resolved. If you want the full story, just ask. Anyhow, as a result of this there are a good number of things repaired, and some just because that’s what happens with cars.
• Brand new knock sensors and knock sensor wire harness (1 month old)
• Brand new section of power steering line (1 month old)
• Brand new battery (2 months old)
• New thermostat (~6 months old)
• New air filter (~6 months old)
• New catalytic converter (2-3 years old)
• Head gaskets, heads resurfaced, valve cover gaskets, a lot of other gaskets, and spark plugs replaced (4 years old)
• 2 of 3 Engine mounts replaced (4 years old)
• New upper radiator hose and pressure release radiator cap (4 years old)
• Spark plug coil packs replaced (most if not all at various times)
• Regularly changed oil
Vehicle also comes with:
• Ball for towing
• Scissor jack, lug nut wrench
• An assortment of gaskets (leftovers from head gasket job)
• An extra knock sensor
• Maintenance records
• Chilton manual
There are a few problems that still exist.
Cosmetically, it’s alright. Missing hubcap, blinker housing on front broken on both sides, nicks and dings, and leather seats weathered. But, no rust, windows in good shape, clean, upholstery and trim look good, exterior generally still looks nice.
There are two problems that I do not have the skill or tools to fix myself. The other may not necessarily be a problem. None of these will really impact the performance of the vehicle.
First, the transmission has begun to leak. A minor leak, but a leak all the same. This may be due to it having sat so much for the last 6 months or so. Since I’ve been getting it tuned back up, and driving it again, it seems the leak has disappeared. Hard to say. However, should the leak persist, keeping an eye on the fluid level and topping it off every now and again should keep it going just fine. It hasn’t leaked enough yet for me to need to do that.
The other problem is the check engine light. It does not illuminate, even when there are codes. From what I have determined, this was intentional (part of the problem cover up when we purchased it). I have not been able to find out how it was disabled, but I’m not an electrician so I don’t know too well what to be looking for. All I know is the bulb is fine; it just won’t turn on. If you have an OBD II or access to one, you can still get all the information you need (this is how I discovered the issue).
Third thing that may or not be an issue. This vehicle has two catalytic converters. Due to the head gasket failure, the first had some failure and parts broke off, clogging the second. The second converter was the one that was replaced. Therefore, the first is not the whole converter. From what I can tell, the majority of it is still there. So, this would only be a potential emissions issue, if that missing quarter makes that much of a difference.
In summary the vehicle is, all in all, a solid vehicle. It has two issues (leak and CEL) neither of which will limit its functionality and if you keep an eye on them, they shouldn’t impact use much if at all. On the other side of things, it has a lot of fresh, major repairs. It has a number of miles on it but has been well maintained. And it is a Toyota. It’ll get the job done and keep going! Come check it out!

Specifications

  • Year: 2001  
  • Make: Toyota  
  • Model: Sienna  
  • Trim: CE  
  • Body: Van  
  • Mileage: 252,000  
  • VIN: 4T3ZF13C71U330765  
  • Title Type: Clean Title  
  • Exterior Color: Beige  
  • Interior Color: Beige  
  • Transmission: Automatic  
  • Liters: Not Specified  
  • Cylinders: 6  
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline  
  • Number of Doors: 4  
  • Exterior Condition: Fair  
  • Interior Condition: Good  
  • Drive Type: FWD  
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