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Toyota Sienna, Electrical, Lights, Van
#62 of 102 Power door lights ??
Feb 10, 2011 (5:04 pm)
I have a 2004 sienna and the lights in the rear dont go on when opening the power door but only on the passengers side . When I open the doors on the drivers side they work fine .. Any idea what that is all about ??
#63 of 102 Re: 99 Sienna Dash Light [cassiejane]
Mar 03, 2011 (7:04 pm)
Thank you so much!!! Your info on the odometer switch saved me a lot of stress and money.
I used to wonder a lot of times why people put in so much time and effort in posting on forums. Today, it actually ended up helping me (thanks to you)!
#64 of 102 All lights out!
Apr 28, 2011 (11:31 am)
I think my wife left the headlights or door out for hours and the our 1999 Toyota Sienna van would not start. I took the battery out to recharge at Autozone. Put back the battery and the car started but all dashboard lights including the gauges (speed, fuel) are not working. My wife took it to a mechanic and he tried to replace some fuses (10. 30) in the engine fusebox but the kept blowing up. He told us to take it to check wiring? Can have some suggestions on what to do before I get over charges? Thanks and God bless.
#65 of 102 All Lights out!
Apr 28, 2011 (1:40 pm)
Need to add that the AC, power windows, Radio are not working as well. The vehicle also lost power as I was exiting from freeway. I had it in park and it started again. But signal, dashboard lights, AC, radio, power windows etc are not working. Alternator problem?
#66 of 102 2010electrical issues
Jun 09, 2011 (6:07 am)
we have a 2010 sienna purchased 11-09 brand new 2 months agothe power door locks on drivers door quit, now we have a dead battery,my wife jumped it from our other car let it run for 20 mins charging came back home last nite and it was dead again, it has 38000 miles on it dealer said it is battery,i should not have to replace a battery at 38000 miles so much for toyota reliabilty i am going back to gm , has anyone else had a battery issue
#67 of 102 Re: My problem solved! [install4you]
Jun 19, 2011 (4:36 pm)
Can you please detail the steps to remove the fuse block? I am having exactly the same problem with my 99 Sienna. I have removed the knee bolster and can see the fuse block, but am not sure how to remove the fuse block to access the relay integration attached at the back of the fuse block.
#68 of 102 Re: 2010electrical issues [batavia02]
Jun 19, 2011 (6:13 pm)
In favor of FE newer design batteries are made as light and small as reasonably possible, so 38,000 miles of service might be as expected. Also depends largely on the number and depth of charge/discharge cycles.
New battery is ~$80 at Costco.
#69 of 102 Re: my headlights wont turn on [regina92]
Jul 27, 2011 (8:01 am)
A couple of weeks ago my dash light went off but headlights etc were on. Now - thanks to a fuse the dash lights are on. Now the headlights won't come on. two relays next to battery were changes, fuses checked - ok headlamps replaced - ok but no lights. Is thre another resistor to check yet
#70 of 102 2007 Sienna XLE instrument cluster
Aug 02, 2011 (5:39 am)
The lights on the cluster do not work correctly with the headlight switch in the auto position. The speedometer pointer lights up firts and the background lights up slowly and stays on for about two seconds then goes off. Sometimes with the headlight switch in the manual on position the backlight on the cluster is on-sometimes not. Is this likely a problem on the cluster board or a problem with the headlight switch?
#71 of 102 Resolved 2007 Sienna dash issue
Aug 04, 2011 (5:48 am)
The trip odometer is also a dimmer for the instrument cluster. I was surprised that the dash lights came full on at start then dimmed. Works fine now.