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99 Sienna pwr door lock failure

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99 Sienna CE. Power lock switches are located on door. The pwr door lock began to fail over a period of about 4 days. Just the locking feature. Unlocking ok. No problems with dome light or factory alarm. Only isolated as we know with the pwr locking. Did a check on both key fobbs, manual lock and unlock by placing key in drivers side door. Result: no locking, only unlocking. It is at dealer getting diagnosed. Apparently a very rare occurrence.

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    When I lock or unlock my Venza, the beep is no longer heard. That feature is turned on and it suddenly ceased to work one day. What could be the problem? Thanks!

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Sounds electrical/relay to me if you cannot lock by pressing the lock button on the door itself. Driver and passenger acting the same AND the remote all the same result point to only one culprit.
Let me know how it goes and best of luck!

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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