Question about 2004 Toyota Sienna
Brake lights are out, just the center one is working. replaced today morning. now they are out again
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 2001 Sienna and have had to replace most of my tail light bulbs.
The bulbs that are mounted in the fender (wrap arounds) have acess panels in the van's interior that easily pop out and expose the back of the light assembly.
However, the bulbs that are found in the lift gate are a different matter. You have to remove the whole interior panel to the lift gate to expose the light assemblies. Go to your auto parts store and get a tool to help pop out the plastic retainers from the lift gates metal frame. Don't force the retainers out. Go slowly and gently so that you don't damage the interior panel. If you are really gentle you might even get to reuse the retainers.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
The first thing to check is the fuse that controls that door's motor. Look in your manual for the fuse chart. Determine where the fuse panel is and which fuse it is. Pull that fuse and take a close look to see if it has blown. If so, replace it with a new one of the same amperage
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
have you checked the earthing continuity-if it's this other bulbs may also partly light when brakes used
Check continuity of live from center to lh & rh lights and/or is there a live at those lights
Posted on May 03, 2009
SOURCE: code 1346 on 2002 toyota sienna
P1346 is the code for:
VVT Sensor /Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Range/ Performance Problem (Bank 1)
If the code came on just after the timing belt replacement more than likely the sensor was damged in some way during the work. The sensor is located in the same area the mechanic was working in while changeing the timing belt. You should have this checked right away. A faulty cam sensor can also lead to the vehicle not starting.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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If you are talking about the High Brake Light at the top of the tailgate:
1.) Take out the two Phillips head screws in the lens.
2.) Carefully pry the lens straight back . The gasket sticks to the paint so be careful not to rip the foam gasket.
3.) The bulb is a 921 replacement. Easily found size.
If you're talking about the brake light in the tail light assembly:
The instructions for accessing the tail light are in the Owners Manual. Basically, you have to remove one or two screw/bolts from the inside of the vehicle, then there are two snap type plastic hole/receptacle in the plastic tail light assembly. Be very careful that you pry on the housing in the proper direction, perpendicular to the entry of the snap in connector, or you will break the plastic bayonet or attachment to the lens assembly.
It sounds harder than it really is once you take a look at it. If you have a manual, it will tell you and show you how to get the rear tail lights off easily without breaking any of the plastic connectors. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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