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2006 toyota sienna slidding door not working

How do you interpret the fuse box diagram?

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Look at backside turn it the way it looks on the label and then go from thier

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The fuse box diagram is located on the inside panel of the fuse box lid. It is also in your owners manual. If you do not have one, here is the link. Hope this helps! Please give me 4 thumbs up! http://www.pdfoo.com/result-2006-toyota-sienna-owners-manual.html

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The horn fuse and the horn relay are in the left front under hood fuse/relay box.
This is a location diagram and the inside of the box. Sorry about the size of the diagrams. They don't allow us much space here. The fuse and relay should be marked in the fuse box lid.

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Here is a wiring diagram just in case you need it.
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If you need more assistance to locate, please ask me in comments.
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