Question about 2006 Toyota Sienna
Just purchased a 2008 Sienna at an auction, the overhead DVD player will not power on, toggled the power switch and pressed the power switch on the panel, getting nothing, not sure if it has a fuse or not thanks
It would definitely have a fuse somewhere. If you have the owner's manual, that would show you where it is. It may be in the power distribution center, or block, that is under the hood, and close to the battery. Some vehicles have more than one of these small boxes in the engine bay that hold large and small fuses and relays. And then there would be a fuse panel somewhere inside the car, usually on the driver's side under the dash. Maybe behind the kick panel near the floor (where your left foot rests when driving).
Good luck. If you can't find the fuse, ask the dealer where it would be.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
DRL's can be added simply by adding a 20 amp fuse into an empty slot in the fuse box.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
No special tools at all. Are you familiar with doing brakes? I wouldnt recommend it for a first timer, its not worth the lives of you and others. Ive also seen people take the wrong bolt out of calipers and spend triple what a brake job cost because they werent experienced and wanted to save a buck. A 17mm and pad spreader or big channel locks is all you need. Use Toyota pads and have the rotors cut..OR... Dont complain when they make noise all the darn time!
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: front brakes 2008 toyota sienna
No special tools needed, just a 17mm, 21mm. I do not recommend people without training do their own brakes, it is too dangerous to risk peoples lives just to save a few bucks. Also, any pads other than Toyota's will make noise and squeal, so if noise will bother you, use Toyota pads and resurface the rotors.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
Special Service Tool from Toyota is part number 09228-06501
Posted on May 11, 2010
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