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2004 Toyota Sienna LE sliding door failed after battery jumpstart

Our Sienna sliding door feature stopped working after we came back from vacation. Battery had to be started and there were some weird issues with the lights as well. Please advise.

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Could very well be the relay for the power door and possibly the interior light relay... they are located in the fuse panel under the dash.

Robert

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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Test the system. If it's Okay, replace the plastic cover, and re-install the screws.

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