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Brake sounds and dvd player-mysterious red button left of steering column

Just bought a 04awdLE w/81K. Is it typical for brakes to make slight abrasion noises when applied? Also, mysteriously I was not able to get a manual w/ this car. There is a red button next to steering column on left. What is it? Came with 4 wireless headphones for Panasonic DVD installed. Goes through sound system ok but not the headphones. The headphones power up ok w/ fresh batteries but no sound. Even plug directly into DVD and no noise. The dealership said they would fix dvd and all components if it meant giving us a new one. I heard the Toyota installed DVD's do not hold up. Should I just give up and be happy w/ status quo? I'm nervous w/ electrical being worked on.....

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  • wojowinks May 20, 2009

    Hi- yes it is for brakes?

    Keep DVD or let dealer install new one + risk complications when dealing w/ electrical wiring? see above

    Red button left of steering column-what is this?

    No manual came with the car....thank you so much!


  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    yes it is.

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Threr is an updated rear drum for sienna's rear brake noise.you need to check to see if yours has them already. they are a much thicker and stonger drum. cannot tell you about the player. did not have any dealings with that issues.

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