Toyota Sienna owners have reported 16 problems related to steering wheel (under the steering category).
The contact owns a 2006 Toyota Sienna. While driving 50 mph, the steering wheel vibrated and the vehicle veered to the right. The dealer repaired the vehicle; however, the contact does not know what they repaired. The dealer has inspected the vehicle on several occasions, but the failure persists. The failure mileage was 500 and current mileage was 16,000.
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To date my Sienna has 25,000 miles on it. It had the torque converter replaced at 200 miles, the battery replaced because it went dead for no apparent reason within a year, the rear struts on the hatch have failed and needed to be replaced, the lights on the console blew out, the tires need to be replaced at 25,000 miles due to being out of alignment, vehicle pulls to left consistently, shakes at speeds over 60 mph, sliding doors consistently stick, pronounced clunk when going in reverse down a slight incline I am sure there is more to come. Dt.
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While turning the wheels froze, and I was unable to control the car. I had to jam on the breaks in order to keep myself from going off the road. . . Very dangerous situation.
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When making left turn above 20 miles per hour, steering wheel locks up and must wrestle it to return to center.
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While driving and making a left hand turn the steering wheel locks up on the vehicle.
When accelerating from a stop and making a left turn, steering assembly will momentarily not return to center, but will stick at ~30degrees left of center. Effort is required to return steering to center, else it will remain in locked position. Only affects left turns and only when accelerating, otherwise undpredictable (not _every_ turn). Not related to engine or external temperature.
Steering wheel malfunctions. Yh.
The van pulls to the left and the steering wheel does not return to a centered position when making turns. I first reported this to the dealer 2 weeks after I bought the vehicle and since have had it in the shop 5 times for this problem. The Toyota salesman acknowledged that there was a problem with the car (since I gave it to him to test drive) yet the service department has not been able to fix it. This is a dangerous problem, an accident waiting to happen. I wrote the president of Toyota a letter about an incident 3 months ago where I almost went into on-coming traffic because I had to pick up some change from the floor and the car drifted to the left. If I don't keep a tight grip on the wheel, in some conditions, it will immediately go into the other lane. Calls to Toyota went unconcerned and the letter to the president of Toyota went unanswered.
While driving steering wheel moves by itself to the left or the right, consumer feels that this is unsafe because vehicle will turn by itself.
Steering wheel "locks" when returning from left turn while accelerating. Requires strong pull to return wheel to straight ahead position. Occurs intermitently, but repeatedly. Dealer "can find no problem. ".
While driving something in steering wheel broke and lost control of steering. Steering wheel would no longer turn wheels on vehicle. Dealer contacted.
When turning left and accelerating, the steering wheel "sticks" and must be manually pulled back to center.
While making a left turn the steering wheel sticks/locks instead of automatically returning to center, the problem seems to be more noticeable in warm weather, dealer has been unable to find the problem. Nlm.
When traveling and upon making a left hand turn steering wheel sticks in one position, causing poor steering control. Also, after applying excessive force to the steering wheel, the steering wheel goes back into position. Consumer has yet to contact the dealer. Please provide any further details. Pe99-070.
Upon acceleration and making a left hand turn, steering wheel stuck, causing poor steering control. Consumer has contacted dealer, dealer has yet to determine the cause. Please provide any further details.
The steering wheel locks up when attempting left hand turns and extreeme force must be used to compensate.
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