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Class II - Up To 3500 lbs. 1.25 in. Receiver Hitch
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$157.83
Vehicle Fitment
  • 2004 - 2005 Toyota Sienna XLE Limited All Engines
  • 2004 - 2010 Toyota Sienna CE All Engines
  • 2004 - 2019 Toyota Sienna LE All Engines
  • 2004 - 2019 Toyota Sienna XLE All Engines
  • 2006 - 2019 Toyota Sienna Limited All Engines
  • 2011 - 2013 Toyota Sienna Base All Engines
  • 2011 - 2019 Toyota Sienna SE All Engines
  • 2013 - 2019 Toyota Sienna L All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna Limited Premium All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna SE Premium All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna XLE Premium All Engines
Product Details
Notes : Square Main Body; With Pin And Clip; Ball And Ball Mount Sold SeparatelySeries : Curt TrailerClass : Class II - Up To 3500 lbs.Receiver Tube Size : 1.25 in. ReceiverMaximum Gross Trailer Weight : 3500 lbs. GTWMaximum Tongue Weight : 350 lbs. TWColor/Finish : Powdercoated BlackQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : Lifetime Curt limited warranty with 1-year warranty on finish
Class II - Up To 3500 lbs. 1.25 in. Receiver Hitch
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$173.20
Vehicle Fitment
  • 2004 - 2005 Toyota Sienna XLE Limited All Engines
  • 2004 - 2010 Toyota Sienna CE All Engines
  • 2004 - 2019 Toyota Sienna LE All Engines
  • 2004 - 2019 Toyota Sienna XLE All Engines
  • 2006 - 2019 Toyota Sienna Limited All Engines
  • 2011 - 2013 Toyota Sienna Base All Engines
  • 2011 - 2019 Toyota Sienna SE All Engines
  • 2013 - 2019 Toyota Sienna L All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna Limited Premium All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna SE Premium All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna XLE Premium All Engines
Product Details
Notes : Square Main Body; Old-Style Ballmount, Pin, And Clip Included; Hitch Ball Sold Separately; With 1-1/4 in. Ball MountSeries : Curt TrailerClass : Class II - Up To 3500 lbs.Receiver Tube Size : 1.25 in. ReceiverMaximum Gross Trailer Weight : 3500 lbs. GTWMaximum Tongue Weight : 350 lbs. TWColor/Finish : Powdercoated BlackQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : Lifetime Curt limited warranty with 1-year warranty on finish
Class III - Up To 8000 lbs. 2 in. receiver Hitch
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$144.92
Vehicle Fitment
  • 2004 - 2005 Toyota Sienna XLE Limited All Engines
  • 2004 - 2010 Toyota Sienna CE All Engines
  • 2004 - 2019 Toyota Sienna LE All Engines
  • 2004 - 2019 Toyota Sienna XLE All Engines
  • 2006 - 2019 Toyota Sienna Limited All Engines
  • 2011 - 2013 Toyota Sienna Base All Engines
  • 2011 - 2019 Toyota Sienna SE All Engines
  • 2013 - 2019 Toyota Sienna L All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna Limited Premium All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna SE Premium All Engines
  • 2019 Toyota Sienna XLE Premium All Engines
Product Details
Notes : Round Main Body; Pin, Clip, Ball, And Ball Mount Sold SeparatelySeries : Curt TrailerClass : Class III - Up To 8000 lbs.Receiver Tube Size : 2 in. receiverMaximum Gross Trailer Weight : 3500 lbs. WC/5000 lbs. WD GTWMaximum Tongue Weight : 350 lbs. TWColor/Finish : Powdercoated BlackQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : Lifetime Curt limited warranty with 1-year warranty on finish
Class III - Up To 8000 lbs. 2 in. receiver Hitch
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$145.91
Vehicle Fitment
  • 1998 - 2003 Toyota Sienna CE All Engines
  • 1998 - 2003 Toyota Sienna LE All Engines
  • 1999 - 2003 Toyota Sienna XLE All Engines
Product Details
Notes : Square Main Body; Pin, Clip, Ball, And Ball Mount Sold SeparatelySeries : Curt TrailerClass : Class III - Up To 8000 lbs.Receiver Tube Size : 2 in. receiverMaximum Gross Trailer Weight : 3500 lbs. WC/4000 lbs. WD GTWMaximum Tongue Weight : 350 lbs. TWColor/Finish : Powdercoated BlackQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : Lifetime Curt limited warranty with 1-year warranty on finish
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Toyota Sienna Hitch Customer Reviews

Class III - Up To 8000 Lbs. 2 In. Receiver Hitch
Jul 28, 2020
Bolted right up to our 2000 toyta sienna.
Bolted right up like it’s supposed to on our 2000 Toyota Sienna. The chains on all our trailers were too short to raech the hitch because it sits a little further back than most I guess. But it pulls fine and we haven’t had any issues.
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Purchased on Jul 08, 2020
Class III - Up To 8000 Lbs. 2 In. Receiver Hitch
Jul 03, 2019
Fit my sienna 2018 xle
I got this as it's a 2 inch hidden tow hitch from autopartswarehouse. They sent it super fast with free shipping. The box was cut as it wasn't neatly package but it's a pretty durable hitch and no damages noted. The instructions recommend to remove the rear bumper fascia but no need. This hitch is similar to the Draw Tite 76112 so go on YouTube and you will see how it's done. You should remove the exhaust and you definitely need another hand.
Purchased on May 28, 2018

Toyota Sienna Hitch Articles

How to Maintain the Toyota Sienna Hitch: Three Essential Steps

Keeping the hitch in your Toyota Sienna well maintained is just as important as maintaining your trailer. The trailer hitch needs to be in top condition when coupled with the trailer; otherwise, it might not function properly and pose a hazard on the road. Check out some tips on how to keep your Toyota Sienna hitch in good working condition:

  • Do not modify your hitch in any way.

You may have seen or heard of cases where trailers are modified to accommodate accessories, but this can actually do more harm than good. The hitch is not designed to be modified—including cutting and drilling holes onto the assembly—as this will severely compromise its structural integrity. The same applies to welding the drawbar onto the frame, as this can also weaken the frame and potentially cause a fire hazard. Some manufacturers may even void the warranty of the hitch if they are modified. So think twice before deciding to mod your hitch.

  • Keep an eye out for rust.

The location of the hitch makes it frequently exposed to mud and dirt, so it's no surprise that rust spots will appear after several months of use. If left unattended, corrosion can prevent the hitch from coupling properly or weaken its integrity.

The process of ridding the hitch of rust depends on whether you have a chrome hitch or an unpainted iron hitch. For hitches with chrome finish, roll up a piece of aluminum foil, dip it on white vinegar or cola, and scrub the corroded areas of the hitch. The combination of chrome, aluminum, and the acidity of cola or vinegar should be able to break down the rust particles. On the other hand, if you have an unpainted iron hitch, you can use commercial rust dissolver gel to break down those rusted spots.

  • Fix rattling noises with an anti-rattle device.

Rattling noises are a common problem with hitches, often caused by excess clearance between the hitch drawbar and the receiver. If tightening the receiver bolts doesn't work, you can try mounting an anti-rattle device in between the receiver and the drawbar to prevent them from hitting against each other. You can usually find this device sold in stores that offer trailers and trailer accessories.

Diagnosing Problems with the Toyota Sienna Hitch

The hitch can be an accessory from heaven for Toyota Sienna owners with trailers, but they can be hell to fix once they cause problems. Toyota Sienna hitch malfunctions come in a variety of forms, and knowing one is important in finding the right solution to the problem. Below are some tips on troubleshooting some problems associated with the hitch of your Toyota Sienna:

Coupler won't open correctly

It's probably the first problem Toyota Sienna owners will encounter with the hitch: the coupler does open but not wide enough for the ball to enter or won't open at all. What you need to do to troubleshoot this is to check whether the ball is of the correct size for your hitch. Take note that trailer balls come in different sizes, so you need to have one that matches the weight class and the specific model of your hitch. If the ball is of the correct size, you should check the bolt that holds the latch of the coupler in place. If the bolt is over-tightened, it will not open wide enough for the ball to get past. you should also check the latch spring, as a defect in this part of the hitch can also prevent the coupler from opening properly.

Noises coming from the hitch

Rattling sounds emanating from the hitch usually mean that the clearance between the hitch receiver and the drawbar is large enough that both components bump into each other. You can try tightening the bolts connecting the receiver to the drawbar first to see if it fixes the problem. If not, you can try placing an anti-rattle device on the hitch to keep the receiver snug against the drawbar.

Trailer lights not working

Trailer hitches now have wires that provide power to the lights on the trailer; so once the trailer's light stop working, the culprit might be along the wires running from the hitch to the trailer. But before you blame the hitch, check the condition of the trailer lights and their bulbs first. If only one of the lights has failed, for instance, it's more likely that a busted light bulb or socket is the cause. But if all the lights are not functioning, check the voltage coming out of your vehicle. You should also inspect the condition of the wires, taking note of any cuts or other types of damage on the insulation.

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