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Just had my air bag light fixed - this was the second time I had to pay to get this fixed. I told dealership that I would expect a recall on this problem but they told me no because they had corrected the problem. Told them there were a lot of 2006 Sienna owners having this same problem... At the same time, I had all the latches replaced on sliding door ... Read More
Awesome! Your post is old but relevant. My wife's car (2006 Sienna LE) just started showing this problem. Opening or closing the sliding door works via door handles (manual unlatching) but using any button, ie FOB, interior buttons, (motor assist unlatching) does not work. Door lurches but is still latched so it fails to open. Door lock release motor acts like it is toast. Your part number is still valid today. ... Read More
I know this reply is 2 years old but still. My 2006 sienna had tranny problems. Luckily dealer replaced under warranty. however, they said in the end it was the computer that was really having problems and just needed to be rebooted ? I was without a car for a week. Now, My AC has gone out and needs a new evaportor core which will run me 3k. Will not buy ... Read More
Thanks for this post. I was looking at a $2K-4K dealer fix for the blinking SRS warning light on my 2006 Sienna. Just by sliding the storage tray under the passenger seat and wiggling the yellow cable there, the SRS warning light went out!
Hi Rainman, Just missed your query. Once you are resetting the SRS airbab (which in most cases is a connection issue - at least per the discussion), it goes back. In general, if it doesn't come back after 200 miles or so, it is fixed (Similar to waiting for a few drive cycles to complete after resetting). I do not know whether airbag deploys just when you are driving. Don't be ... Read More
Here is my story. My 2006 Sienna airbags intermittently and unpredictably become non-functional. That is, the warning light goes on and off at unpredictable intervals. I am told by the dealer service representatives that the airbags are non-functional (i.e., system shut down) when the warning light is flashing. This is a severe safety concern to me for the sake of my family. It is galling since the airbag system was a ... Read More
We got to the point where we need to upgrade (mostly in size) to keep up with the growing family and as much as we despised the idea of getting a minivan before we found ourselves deciding between a minivan and a crossover with the third row. Since AWD is the only option I’d consider – it’s a must in CO – Sienna is the only option we have if we ... Read More
I understand your concern. I would say that after you reattach the connector and the warning light does not turn off or comes back on shortly, you likely do have some kind of issue that will require a visit to a dealer. Why Toyota engineers put the SRS system cables right under the pull out tray on the passenger side where it gets bumped is hard to fathom. I don't use ... Read More
Potat, Let me ask this. It seems that people have reset the SRS light. What are the affects of doing this? Doesn't that just "hide" the fact that there something still may be wrong with the SRS? Right now, the Toyota mechanic told me that the airbag has been disenabled. I am afraid that it may deploy accidentally as I am driving. I got an automated email reply from National Highway ... Read More
Thanks, rainman for registering a complaint! Good job. I hope more and more people register their complaints so that the issue is taken up more seriously!!
Excellent advice, popimpexpress. The SRS light on my 2006 Toyota Sienna came on yesterday. Vehicle only has 52,500 miles. I took it down to the dealer to see if it was covered by Toyota. Trouble code was B0111. I am out of the warranty period. Initial estimate for the labor alone was $1600. So I am guessing it will easily be over 2,500 OTD. I still registered a complaint. What do ... Read More
Hi, If unplugging just resets the system, then can't one do it using the OBD diag. tool or by disconnecting the battery? I agree this is a temporary fix for 2006 airbag issues, but many times if you unplug the connector, the warning sign goes away do not come back for 1000's of miles. Now, if all of us register a complaint with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, as popimpexpress pointed ... Read More
___MUST_READ_____If you fear the safety of your family and/or passenger as well as yourself please take a few minutes and read my post and then hopefully you will utilize the link I'm providing along with this information. I'm posting this in hopes that we as parents, as citizens, As Americans will stand together and demand that something be done about this safety issue that Toyota for some reason has not been ... Read More
Unplugging the yellow wire harness is only a temporary fix. This only resets the system until it runs the test again. I was very excited when my light went off, however it came back after about 800 miles.
I was about to tell my husband about the srs warning light issue today (it's been on for a couple days now) but I decided to "google" the prob myself first and low and behold I fixed it using your solution!! As a matter of fact I remember about a wk ago my husband pulling out the plastic bin under the passenger seat saying "huh what's this? did u know this ... Read More
Thank you so much! and i was about to bring my van to a dealer for check up. glad i saw your post! You have helped a lot of folks!
My great thanks to wysockigal along with all the others. My 2006 Sienna light started blinking after only 20,500 miles, so I think it may be more a matter of time and/or using the plastic tray under the passenger seat. I figured out how to unplug the yellow connector (careful not to lose the little springs); repluged and voila! No more dire warning light. As an aside, after a number of ... Read More
i have toyota sienna 2006 with code p0430 ,i cleared it,repplaced it and came back on again after driving about 200 miles. I cleared it again it go on again after about 20 miles , i cleared i again and again. At one time the check engine light went off by itself without cleared . Any suggestion ,thank you very much.
There's a report over struts, which has something to do with Toyota Sienna recall. The models from 2004 through 2006 are included. Over the past few years, a number of car makers have recalled minivans for rear door struts that fail and can hurt drivers. Numerous have been because of struts made by one company, Stabilus, which is being investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Add me to the list of consumers who received the phony warranty letter and then was promptly told that the letter telling me that Toyota would fix my broken 2006 Sienna sliding door did not actually mean that Toyota would fix the door. Rather, it is just a revenue-generating ploy by Toyota to get people to their dealerships. As is obvious from this and similar forums, Toyota is honoring less than ... Read More
I suggest everyone in your situation tell Toyota goodbye and let them know why you will never buy another Toyota. I had a similar problem with a Lexus transmission with hundreds of failures and Toyota ignored it. $4700 later I sold the car and told Lexus why I was leaving. I have a 2006 Sienna with a door problem. I haven't gone to the dealer yet to see what they say. ... Read More
Problem not always on passenger side, mine was drivers side.
Hi Taxen999, Would you send me the solution how to fix airbag off, I did try to reconnect the yellow connector in passenger side but it did not work. Thanks Hn
My 2006 Toyota Sienna xle limited- 3rd row seats suddenly stopped working last week. Both big and the small seat come out of the well and latch (first part of the opening mechanism), but then fail to open (the two folds-base and the back stay folded). The electronic button makes a beeping noise for few sec and then stops. Went to the dealer and wants $1800 to fix the problem. Wants ... Read More
We just took our Sienna 2006 into the dealership for service on our faulty sliding door. It quit working in February 2012, we had the cables cut in March 2012 in order to use it manually, and the door stuck shut (can ONLY be opened from OUTSIDE) last week (September). We brought in the warranty extension letter mentioned. Our dealership informed us that the extended warranty does NOT cover the motor ... Read More
@wysockigal I have been researching this issue on several blogs. Every ASE & Toyota tech that has chimed in recommends taking to dealership. Everyone that does this reports back that Toyota replaced airbags, wiring harness, etc... and they continue to have the same issues. I myself was an ASE tech and have tried various things to troubleshoot this. Your recommendation resolved the issue. I unplugged the yellow connector under the passenger ... Read More
We are very disappointed in our Toyota Sienna (2006) also. Got a recall for the electric sliding door so I took it to the dealership. They refused to repair the doors because they said the hinges were damaged rather than the cable which was supposedly warranted. The paint and rubber is wearing worse by the day. If anyone knows how to get these repaired under recall please let me know.
We all owe a BIG THANK YOU to 'wysockigal' for his observations and diagnosis and his easy fix. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!! Your fix has saved us a lot of time and money. :) :) Tiroart, I do not know how your toyota mechanics are. But, the recommended TSB for the airbag issue is replacing the harness/airbag. If you are interested, you can go to your toyota and they can print ... Read More
YES!!! My 2006 Sienna airbag light started blinking for the first time in 106,000 miles last week. The Toyota dealership where I've had it serviced since new "diagnosed" replace the harness for $570. Today I found your post and realized I had pulled out the compartment under the passenger's seat last week to empty and clean it (something I do every 3 years!). So I just went out, removed the plastic ... Read More
We have a 2006 Toyota sienna with 85,000 miles on it; we are the second owner. Last year we started having problems with our automatic sliding door with both the buttons inside the van and our key chain remotes-when we push the buttons, the door makes its normal sound and tries to move but can't. Track is clear and nothing is visibly wrong. We have received nothing on the enhancement warranty ... Read More
Question for somebody or anybody: I have 2006 Toyota Sienna with 77K miles now. My van’s power sliding door stopped working about 1 1/2 year ago on 55K miles. Toyota dealer told me it will cost me $1500 to $2000 to fix it and that Toyota won’t cover this cost. Then I started researching and reading books on how to fix this problem myself. After a strong understanding, I started working ... Read More
Sorry, haven't checked this thread in a bit...I am outside of Boston and the repair shop is Dudley Street Auto in Arlington. Door still working super (2004, not 2006 Sienna, woops, typo previously). $75.00 total to fix, I wouldn't spend $2000 to get a whole new door! OUCH! Had another weird thing happen, the heat shield (whatever that is) came loose and it sounded like my tail pipe was ready to ... Read More
I had a 2006 Odyssey that was a problem almost from the get-go. All kinds of plastic parts breaking off (and I do treat my cars well), the infamous air conditioning condenser replacement, several brake re-dos, no auto headlights, lousy nav system (GPS Drive on my iPhone is far superior), and finally the transmission failure at 93K did it in. I had a 2005 Sienna that was totaled. Went with the ... Read More
My 2006 Sienna XLE with a rear power door lift struts are failing. We had the struts replaced during the original recall. They fail when the temperature goes below 67. When they fail the power door starts to shut quickly and fail, with the power motor continuing to close the door even if it bumps a person. This is a major safety issue. I took a video of the failure on ... Read More
Thanks for the tip, it worked. Have had the problem for a few years off and on. Always corrected by wiggling this plug. This time it did not work. Saw your post and unpluged and it worked. Drivers side issue. At the 100,000 mile check up last year it was on and ask the dealer to check the seats for this issue. Told him I suppected the drivers seat. When he ... Read More
I am having the same trouble. I am glad I found your solution. However, I don't know what you mean by ' unhooked the wiring haress and re-connected it'. Do you mean that you pulled out the wires off the bright yellow harness and put it back? I would greatly appreciate your further assistance. Thank You.
Nothing new.. There are a few reasons this is caused.. 1st is the most typical which happens to a LOT of older drivers.. Simply, they push the wrong pedal and accelerate into things.. Then, there is number 2. Which is usually found on older toyota's they have a left over weld that hangs off the throttle body that causes the throttle body to stick at WOT and cause the car to ... Read More
Can you get a service bulletin number or any reference number on the Toyota communique to dealers? I am about to contact my service adviser at the dealership and it would be great to be 'armed' with the info. Currently have my 2006 Sienna with passenger sliding door not sliding closed - have to manually get out and haul it shut...motor works - but it sticks and refuses to shut.
Last September, I brought my 2006 LE back to the dealer because the rear pressure cylinders were weak on my manual opening door. I had gotten a letter that I kept in the glove box from Toyota that authorized replacement of the struts as long as you had less then 100K miles. Unfortunately, I didn't keep that letter after they were replaced. I would try another dealer by phone and see ... Read More
my 2006 sienna only has 35k miles and I now have to have the struts replaced. This is after having both doors replaced and new tires 3 times already due to the unbelievable funky alignment that eats tires. On the way to the parts store to get the struts, the door to the front passenger door storage compartment just fell off! Car is junk! I was trolling the net to find ... Read More
I have a 2006 Sienna and both my doors were making the popping sound. I took it to the dealership and they said the recall had expired. I didnt know recalls expire? Well now the popping noise is gone and the doors swing open freely so dont park next to me. Now my windows will only go down a quarter way before they hit the medal (i think). This is the ... Read More
So my 2006 Sienna is doing this clicking thing too...after I just paid $582 to have the steering sensor replaced that was causing the skid control to come on for no reason (another TSB "repair" that Toyota would not name a "recall" and would not pay for). This van is costing me more than it's worth lately and I am thinking a new vehicle with monthly payments might cost less over ... Read More
I have had problems with my 2006 Toyota Sienna power sliding doors and I see by the number of posts, so have many others. Here's what I found that may help some of you. First, you need to understand how the thing works: There are TWO small plastic coated cables, one to pull the door open and one to pull it shut. The pull-open cable attaches in the slot just under ... Read More
Thank you so much. Your tip worked like a charm after thinking all day I was going to have to spend 3,000 to get this fixed. Thanks again.
Could someone send me a copy of the recall from Toyota on this matter? Thank you
The Lexus warranty was for my 2006 Lexus RX330, and I purchased it from a Michigan dealership in November 2009. It was the Platinum with zero deductible, 8 years/75,000 miles. paid about $1600. I will check my records for the name of the dealership. The Toyota warranty I just purchased for my 2012 Sienna was the Platinum with zero deductible for 8 years/100,000 miles, $990 from Molle Toyota in Missouri.
article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that reveals the automaker will voluntarily fix the front doors on 600,000 units of its Sienna minivan (current model shown above) built between 2004 and 2006. Apparently there may be an issue with the door check mounting panel on both of the minivan's front doors. The door check mounting panel is the piece that keeps the door open, and if the part fails the door ... Read More
I have the same problem too. I have the 2006 toyota sienna CE. Mine just started a couple of weeks ago and I thought it was just the hinge and I put WD40 thinking that it is just getting rusty but unfortunately after a few more observation i noticed that a part of the door wasn't welded good and that thing is the one making the noise.
Sad to see such a long list. But other than the last few, virtually all began in the 70k to 100k+ region, and after several years. Yours reportedly began when new, and has never been resolved. If so, you shouldn't be paying a penny and should not continue to be driving a vehicle equipped with multiple air bags that might never deploy if needed.
I think you will find the link below interesting: http://www.aboutautomobile.com/Complaint/2006/Toyota/Sienna/Airbag
If the airbag light is on, there is a problem with the system. As you don't know what the problem is, you really have no idea without physically testing them whether they will deploy. The SRS system is covered under the longer powertrain warranty (5/60), I believe. If the light really never went out you should be in touch with Toyota Customer Care and report this.
Have you tried opening the far back passenger window? It won't give you much room, but you may be able to access it that way. Otherwise, yes you'll have to remove the door panel from the inside. My door on my 2005 Sienna XLE was in the open position when this happened and we were able to cut the cable from the outside. I now carry a clipper in the van....just ... Read More
My 2006 Toyota Sienna I bought at Sparks Toyota in Myrtle Beach has had the air bag light on since I purchased it in 06. It was worked on regularly for 2 years and had every possible thing replaced. The airbag light was still on when the warranty expired and Sparks would not fix it as a warranty issue. They said the bags would deploy....it was just the light that didn't ... Read More
Question on cutting the cable. How would you get to the cable if the door is stuck in the closed position? I disengaged the auto switch however it is impossible to open the door manually. Would I need to take off the inside door cover to get to the cable?
I called Toyota and they said I was beyond the 5 year warrantly period. I am the 2d owner for my 2006 Sienna, initially purchased Fall 2005. I had it repaired at a body shop for $650. One body shop said they would not know until they took apart the door if they could repair or would need to replace the door.
I think Toyota is making a huge mistake not addressing these issues. I had a Lexus RX300 and there were unaddressed transmission problems with that car. I bought a Volvo to replace it. I didn't even look at the new Lexuses. I also have a 2006 Toyota Sienna. Our door has stopped working via one of the switches so I hope it is just a switch but I am just waiting ... Read More
I purchased a new Toyota Sienna XLE in 2006 and loved the vehicle all the while I owned it. It was loaded with features, had a beautiful interior with soft plastic, and everything functioned the way it should. I only had 38,000 miles on it when I decided that I wanted to get the latest model Sienna. I liked the new style I had seen on the road and started my ... Read More
Hmm i got that beat.. Bought a used 01 Sienna last year with 61K miles from a dealer.. I paid 6K and got a FREE Toyota Extra Care Platinum Zero Deductible 8 year 125K mile warranty. 2001 XLE, 61,000 miles = $5,999 Dealer Doc fees & Gas = Free NYS 2 yr Registration & Title = Once again, the government taking a chunk.. NYS Inspection = Free NYS Sales Tax, no ... Read More
@wwq1 I bought a 2001 last year for 6K from a dealer and got a 100K mile warranty. The van had 61K miles and was a loaded XLE model. I would shop around more.. Also, i would suggest that if you are going to go through a dealer, you make sure you buy from a Toyota dealership and not from another manufacturer... Typically, people happy with Toyota's will buy another Toyota, ... Read More
Thank you for re-posting the links/pictures on how to fix this problem. I went to the Toyota dealer and left my car. When I got home I decided to goggle this problem and was surprised to find the rubber band fix. The dealership wanted $719.00 to fix the problem (replacing the bottom piece). I told them I wanted to check out the rubber band option and they looked at me as ... Read More
Hi Fibber, I have been looking at Sienna's for the past few months. The one originally I looked at (and posted the airbag issues) was for 06, from the dealer, base model. I also saw one 05 XLE at the dealer, but the price was too high ($3400), compared to 06 base. As I mentioned before the ext. warranty was a min of $1400. In the mean time, I saw a ... Read More
Some people do Sudoku to keep them sharp and entertained, we do cars! Glad we could help. So this is a different '06 from the one you originally came to the board about? That was from a dealer, this a private party. Sounds like you made out OK. Glad to hear it. Concerning TSB's.... Usually they constitute little more than a brief, bulletized advisory for the shop's use to highlight problems ... Read More
Your problem, unfortunately is not uncommon. What's even more disconcerting is it won't be over until you hit the trifecta -- both sliding door mechanisms fail because of cable failure, and the driver's door starts to click because the spot welds holding the door check mounting cup in place fail. I've experienced all three, and learned that telling its customers to log a complaint appears simply to be a mechanism Toyota ... Read More
Thanks, Wysock for your helpful comments. Yes, your great tips will be definitely be helpful to other owners. Greatly appreciated. Once again thanks Fibber for your valuable points. Here is my status, I bought a 2006 Toyota sienna, CE a week ago. This was from a private party, a local vehicle. There are no issues as such, other than a driver seat belt coming on and off. My mechanic checked the ... Read More
I am just wondering if this is a common fix for all 2006 Sienna Minivans, or if my situation is just a fluke. I guess we will see if this fix helps other people. I hope so.
Interesting, and good observation! I noticed how very vulnerable that connector is attached to the front-right corner of the seat base, and wondered how long it would take before someone simply snagged it getting into the van (like my teenage daughter - trouble always seems to find her!).
I want to comment on the Airbag light issue. One time I took my 2006 Sienna in for service at the dealer for my 100,000 mile service. At that time my airbag light was on, but I also had a lot of work done that day (timing belt replacement, brakes, ect.) My total bill was around $1000. It was all preventative maintainence. I asked about the airbag light, and they said ... Read More
I finally did buy a 2006 Mazda MPV minivan with 50K -- just a newer version of my old 2001. Not too exciting, but a good solid vehicle. It wasn't as cheap as your Uplander, though. I had very few choices, and finally decided this was my best option out of the limited ones available. There are very few affordable minivan choices left, and some vehicles like the MPV just aren't ... Read More
I am sure a Toyota dealership would be glad to help. Have you tried the "sliding door manual release" for your model? http://i.imgur.com/5jA6R.jpg Cutting the cable will only destroy a part of the vehicle and is a hack repair.
Thanks, Fibber. Great tips. Let me see what they can offer me. Yes, I am looking at the extended warranty. Thanks so much!
Can you get a read on what was done to address the previous owner's complaints? If the service dept responded "No Trouble Found" and thus took no action, is it really a pre-existing condition? I see a few ways to go: 1) Get them to guarantee in writing that they will cover any airbag issues for the first year, given that it is an unresolved issue in the van's history. I ... Read More
Yeah, powertrain would cover the engine, transmission, drive shafts, etc., but not air bags. Sounds to me like the dealer is just eager to sell a van...
I guess there is power train warranty on the vehicle. Dealer says that I can buy extended warranty. The issue is, extended warranty covers electrical probs., not AIRBAGS. So not sure how this works!
Not if the original warranty expired already. When there is a lapse, they will not cover pre-existing conditions.
Hi, I looked up the service history of a Sienna 2006 (have been planing to buy the minivan) and found that it had a few incidents with AIR BAG ON. When I initially searched for 2006 Sienna I mostly hit the door latch problems. Looks like the airbag issue has been reported on several blogs and there is no recall yet on this issue. My question is, if I buy extended ... Read More
I have a toyota sienna 2006, have the same problems as stated here: driver side door welds failure, making a loud popping noise when open and close; auto sliding door is also jamming. I took it to the dealer where I bought only to find out the warranty has expired and presented with about 2K to fix the problem. There's got to be a way to address this issue--a recall maybe--and ... Read More
I had a sliding door problem with my 2008 Sienna. After reading about everyone's problems, I was nervous to take it in. They told me the frame was bent and since I was out of warranty in years but within the warranty in miles, it would be my responsibility to pay for the cost of repairs. The service advisor at the dealership suggested that I call Toyota Corp and state my ... Read More
My 2006 Sienna - 160K completely failed while driving on the highway - rpm started revving and engine went crazy - pulled over after about 3 minutes of trouble - noticed rear window was covered with oily film and van smelled odd - towed to dealer and was told the radiator had carroded and leaked - this affected the transmission - replaced radiator - $800 - now told the transmission is ... Read More
Thanks. We're through with power doors. We'll give it a try.
I thought the problem I experienced today was uncommon, but after seeing so many similar problems, I am joining the community....I created an incident report with Toyota and am awaiting their response. I know there is no recall on this problem, but with the door unable to be opened or closed because of the snapped cable, I believe this is a dangerous situation, especially if one needs to quickly open the ... Read More
Update-- I went to Toyota terday and showed them the Toyota recall for the hatch struts (http://www.trucktrend.com/features/news/2008/163_news080722_2004_2006_toyota_si- enna_recall/index.html)... There is also a NHTSA complaint (http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com/direct/view/.f10787b/56) I brought. For some reason they said they weren't aware of these complaints. They replaced the struts no questions asked. As an aside, when I was waiting in th eservice area, I overheard the service rep talking to another customer about about the RFT tires. The ... Read More
When my door broke on my 2004 I opted to turn it into a manual door and it works just fine. you need to do two things to do that: 1. Hit the manual/auto switch inside the van to disengage the open/shut buttons for the door. 2. There is a cable that runs from the front of the middle track through the door motor assembly and then to the back of ... Read More
We've replaced the driver side door on our 2004 Sienna and both power doors have failed. We've already paid $1000+ to fix one of the doors a couple years ago- we're not doing that again. What did you do when your sliding doors failed? I'm trying to figure out how to disengage the power door mechanism and make the doors truly manual. Right now it's so difficult to open and close ... Read More
The struts on my 2006 Sienna have been replaced once and now I need to have them replaced again. It has 63k miles on it. Between the tires, struts and number of times I have aligned the RFT tires I cannot believe the whole car hasn't been recalled! Curious to know other's experience with the hatch struts...
The door started clicking a couple of months ago and now it closes by it self. My son was standing near the door when it clicked shut by itself. My husband pulled my son before it hit him!! If my husband was not standing close to him he wold have been seriously hurt. Beware!! I have a 2006 Sienna and I will never buy another Toyota. My door is broke and ... Read More
My 2006 Sienna with 65k miles, driver side door just start making a loud popping/ cracking noise also. So will Toyota fix this even if I do not have an extended warranty since it is a common known defect? Is there a toyota reference number ... we can refer the dealer to?
Thanks for the post Bob! I have a 2008 Sienna. I bought the Toyota extended care warranty when we bought it new and am getting a lesson in just exactly what it covers! I have the same issue with the folding rear seats. This is the second time I have had it in to be fixed. It seems to be intermittent. The seat was stuck down for a month, after we ... Read More
Thank you so much for re-posting the pictures and explaining how to fix this problem. I am re-posting the link to the pictures that helped me again because this fix really does work. I went to the toyota dealer who quoted me $1K for parts and labor. Then I called a local upholstery shop that was not aware of this problem. When I finally looked up how to fix my third ... Read More
I have a 2005 Toyota Sienna with the same problem. Toyota service is charging $1100 to repair the cable that is broken. I called toyota and they recommended for customers to call and file a complain.
My 2006 sienna automatic doors are stuck and won't open. IT's a safety hazard and when you do try to open them manually you need to be a body builder with lots of muscle. The sound of grinding is horrific and I can't imagine that this is what toyota had in mind when they charged an enormous amount of money to have automatic doors. Has this happened to anyone?? Can the ... Read More
I have a 2007 Sienna -- I love the car exept for those darn doors. They offered pay half for the part, so instead of $1600, it will cost $1200 to fix. Well, thanks very much for your generosity! We have to do something. It's ridiculous.
Carfax's +/- market is a joke. You will see some one owner vehicle has -$100.00 or 4 owners vehicle has +$200. There +/- market is all over the map. The worst I have seen was one "accident" "airbag deployed" car has a +. Go figure. My rule for a used car is like this: take 50% off from orginial price (NEW) for every 5 years. If a new 2011 Sienna LE ... Read More
Should an owner of a 2006 Sienna XLE with just under 55K miles expect the navigation system (not the map DVD) to last more than 4-5 years?
We've had nothing but problems with our 2006 Sienna XLE. Run-flat tires are a disaster, electrical issues as well. Navigation chews-up map DVDs (three in five years) and the whole navigation system just went out completely (Toyota wants $3500 to replace). Unless you really really need AWD, I'd go with the Honda.
Not sure if this is a record, but our 2006 Sienna XLE has 52K miles and we are on our sixth (6th) set of run-flat tires (excluding the original set). To be fair, the Toyota dealership (Palo Alto) has replaced seven of the 24 tires because of installation issues (i.e. they screwed-up) and these tires didn't last a week. In contrast, our 2003 Subaru Outback (157K miles) is on it's second ... Read More
I personally think it's going to take a lawsuit to get Toyota to do anything at this point. What have you learned?
My client also had his motor replaced on one of the doors of his 2005 Sienna. I believe the motor is the primary problem. If you would like to discuss this further and I can tell you what I have learned or if you would like to consider legal action, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have a 2004 Sienna, I have had multiple problems with my power sliding doors. I have had to replace one motor on the one of the doors and now the motor on the other door has also gone out. Each time to have the motor replaced is $1,000.00. I have not yet fixed the second door. I will never buy another vehicle with power sliding doors. You can get them ... Read More
I had the same problem with my 2006 Sienna. - larger of the third row seating was stuck with the back down. I used the links above to fix the problem. Thank you so much for sharing!! I can't believe the Toyota dealers can't tell you about this. I would be pissed if I paid anyone more then $20 to fix this problem.
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