My 2001 Toyota Sienna van is running rough. 162,000 miles. It has little to no pick up on the road.?

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Old 20 Sep 2010, 07:24 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default My 2001 Toyota Sienna van is running rough. 162,000 miles. It has little to no pick up on the road.?

It goes 0-60 in about 10 minutes. LOL Seriously, I have little money to fix this car but am afraid it could be serious. It is getting worse gas mileage, too......unless I am driving on a longer trip and then it gets better. What could be wrong? Trying to prepare myself for repair bill.
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Old 20 Sep 2010, 07:40 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Change the oil and oil filter. Check break fluid level & antifreeze level. Check tire pressure. Replace gas filter. Put a pint of 'dry-gas' in your next fill up. Then see how she runs. Good Luck.
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It sounds like it needs a tune up.Spark plus, wires, air and fuel filter.It probably needs the oil changed too.Go to a parts store or call them and see what the parts cost.Then find somebody that will do it for you.Like someone at your work or a friend.Maybe for a dinner or something.
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