So when i press button to "Turn off power doors" it wont budge. Like something stopping it. My wife was able to Manually close it once today. Then aftarwards it just keeps doing like in the video..What happens if you turn off the power doors and try to manually close?
The button to turn off the power doors should be on your lower left as you sit in the driver's seat. It should be marked "PWR Door Off".
Matter of fact the last thing we did before we came come was get gas but gas door is closed.make sure that the fuel door is seated all the way. Happened to me before when I forgot to fully close that door. There's a plunger switch that the fuel door interacts with.
i fixed it by popping the fuel door release then closing it fully again.. been years. never happened again.
Have you tried locking and unlock the door and then also turning off the power doors and then slowly closing the door?? what happens if you do?
Looked at your video. It may be the broken cable that is covered by the recall.
Toyota is recalling 744,437 Sienna minivans in the U.S. for sliding doors that may not latch or possibly come open while driving. Read more at Car and Driver.www.caranddriver.com
FYI the car is at Toyota getting diagnostics but i'm 85% sure now i know whats wrong.ws recalls for other parts
All dealer repairs are warrantied for 1 Yr/12K miles so if you are within these parameters, the repair cost to you should be zero unless the dealer gets creative with the reason for this issue or if it is indeed a different issue.I looked into recall vs my service records, it appears the wiring recall (only wiring) was repaired just prior to us purchasing it in 2018.
The recall and lawsuit looks pretty expansive and shows recalls for other parts besides wiring too like door mechanics but only our wiring was repaired.
- So if wiring was repaired, why are my doors breaking?
- And if they already repaired it would they cover the repair again?
- Anyone familiar with this settlement/recall chime in as well here?
Toyota shows no active recalls for my VIN on my 2015 XLE, and only 1 record of wiring recall repaired, which makes me nervous
Dealer Said they did do the recall and that no they wont repair it for free the recall repair was done in 2018 and they want $1500 to fix so i brought it home.All dealer repairs are warrantied for 1 Yr/12K miles so if you are within these parameters, the repair cost to you should be zero unless the dealer gets creative with the reason for this issue or if it is indeed a different issue.
I think the earlier vehicles(2011-15/16) were the ones where a lot of parts were swapped out as part of the recall. If this issue is identified as one of those parts and the dealer is not willing to help, your best bet is Toyota.
Thanks!Dealer repairs are typically only warrantied for 12K/I year and any repairs past that period/mileage is at their discretion.
The 2012 & 2013 XLE User Manual indicates, #33 (10A) for right and #16 (25A) for left side sliding doors, in the fuse panel under the driver side knee panel. Check the UM for your year to confirm its the same fuse location & #