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I have been noticing occasional problems with the keyless entry and power door locks (99 LE), but the other day it completely stopped working. Can't open/close doors with remote. Even the switches on door won't work. Also, all the interior lights stopped working. I have checked the fuses and they seem ok. I found some thread on the internet that mentions that the Integration Relay needs to be replaced. This module is behind the fuse box. I can get to the fuse box, but don't know how to remove the fuse box (the one under steering wheel, inside knee bolster) so that I can access the Integration Relay. Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks.

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blara said:
I have checked the fuses and they seem ok. ...
The only way to "look" at a suspect fuse is with a test light.

That will change "they seem ok" to "I know they are OK" or maybe "I tested them and found one to be blown". 8)

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I realize this is an old thread, but I suppose nobody had an answer to the original question? I am having the identical problem with my 99 LE. I would love to find detailed instructions or photos of how to access the integration relay and replace it. Also, is there any way to determine the exact part number I need for my van before I actually remove it? I have seen different sites online which say I need 82641-08020 and some which say 82641-08010. It would be good to have the correct part before I remove the old one. Thanks.
 

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I have the problem too...another 3 years later. One post said there was a fuse box in the car interior by the change box but i only found the 2 fuse boxes under the hood. 2001 sienna. Anyone have advice? Fuses under hood look fine.
 

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I have the problem too...another 3 years later. One post said there was a fuse box in the car interior by the change box but i only found the 2 fuse boxes under the hood. 2001 sienna. Anyone have advice? Fuses under hood look fine.
Internet post said 3rd fuse box not in car manual.
 

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3.5 years later but who knows..

read in another forum 1999 uses the 08010. 2000 uses the 08020.
It appears that there was a change in this during the 1999 model year, as my 1999 XLE has the 08020. If you're not sure, one way to check is to put a light and mirror up behind the kick panel and look at the back of the fuse block (after disconnecting the negative battery terminal, if your mirror is metal). Both relay models have a yellow casing but different colored edge connectors. The 08010 has a white one while the 08020 is orange.

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