Question about 2002 Toyota Sienna
REAR AUTOMATIC SLIGHTING DOOR SOMETIMES DOES NOT WANT TO CLOSE OR OPEN WHEN THE BUTTON IS PRESSED.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Might be similar - might not. I occasionally have this problem and a problem with closing at times. really bugs me as I cant recreate the problem. Here's what i do ( electronically unlock the door, then manually unlock and relock ( big tab at eye height on the door ) try, open door manually , close and repeat.
Not sure why it does this - but I think I have done this routine a dozen times over the years and something in the sequence gets it all thinking straight again. best of luck to you.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
sound to like the door is out of alignment . It might have been closed hard on something while something was blocking the door. a mechanic need to adjust the level of the door or level the hinges and it should close properly.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
I had the same problem with my 2002 Altis. I found a solution after a lot of research and reading in the web.
1. Remove the power window motor from the regulator (mechanism).
2. Reconnect the power motor to the electronic controller(switches).
3. Perform "Auto Down" an wait until the motor stops.
4. Put a mark in the motor gear.
5. Perform "Manual Up" slowly until the gears rotates around 6 times but not greater than 10 times.
6. Remove the motor from the electronic controller.
7. Re-assemble whole power window assembly.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
SOURCE: Gas cap cover is closed
If your window is rolled down it won't open. Did you try making sure the window was all the way closed? ------ Also there is "thingy" in the lower track that can be pushed with a long pointed tool that allows the door to open. This helps until you open then close the fuel door again. ---------- Also check the latch that hold the door on the rail. It is a L shape latch. The cushion on the latch gets worn off therefore the door does not open completely. ------------- The sliding manual door will only open a few inches, because it thinks the gas cap door is open-a safety feature.-------- There is a button inside the gas cap area , you can open the door by manually pushing the little black "release" button on the inside of the gas cap door a few times.-------The gas cap push this button down, but may be gas cap is not giving enough pressure to the button, so its not getting properly closed and sliding door is not getting properly open.-------- Geting this possibilities checked, will help.Thanks.,Helpmech.
Posted on Aug 18, 2011
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