Question about 2006 Toyota Sienna
Please be sure the Child Lock is fully ON or OFF - sometimes it will be in the middle and cause this problem.
This is the procedure for 'recalibrating' the system...
1. The power sliding door on/off switch should be just in front of the
drivers left knee.
When in the 'on' position, you can see red around the button.
Turn the system off by pushing in the button so no red is visible.
2. Now you can close the power sliding door manually if it is open.
3. Disconnect the negative battery cable for one minute.
4. Connect the battery cable
5. Go inside the van, and turn the system on (so the red portion of the button is visible).
6. Wait 60 seconds.
7. Open the sliding door with the button under the radio.
6. After five seconds, close it.
Additionally - this sequence may also work for you...
Turn the power door control button to the off position (where you can't see
the red on the button).
Disconnect the - battery cable for a minute.
Reconnect, and then turn the system back on with the same button.
Open the door and see if it worked.
This is a soft reset.
If neither resets work - your problem lies in the Door Transmission Module (inside the door) or in the limit sensor inside the track - not serviceable.... track must be replaced.
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Posted on May 12, 2009
I am having the same problem with the lever not returning to the down position. Can you post a picture of what it should look like so I can try to fix mine? Thank you soooooo much!
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