Question about 2010 Toyota Sienna LE
When trying to get the center seat in the middle row to release to take it out of the van, the only way that I can get it to release is to use my fingers to push the pins simultaneously on either side under the seat. The red lever is not engaging to do anything with moving the seat. Should the pins be aligned with parts that are attached to the red foot lever to release the seat?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cannot move shifter
Have someone stand at the rear of the vehicle and have them check to see if your brake lights illuminate when you depress the brake. If not, you either have a bad brake lamp switch or a blown fuse. If there is no power in the brake light switch, there will be no power transmitted from the brake light switch to the interlock solenoid on the shift lever. That is why you have to press the brake pedal to get it out of park when it is operating normally. The brake light switch sends power to the solenoid, and it retracts, allowing you to remove the shifter from park. Check the brake lights & get back to me.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
Normally we would replace the lock cylinder and housing at the dealer.....but if it were my car I'd uses a punch and hammer to slam that pin in and remove the cylinder. It's worth a try first before having to replace the entire housing.
Posted on May 18, 2009
try sliding a thin prybar or screwdriver into latch area just to put a slight amount of pressure on the latch then try working the handle.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
first thing the rear window seal may be leaking when it rains .this will cause water to get in the trunk and the cable is probably broken or disconected at the handle .ther should be a metal plug in the trunk under the mat u can remove to alow the water to drain out .
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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