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Battery died after experancing power door didn't close fully...

I had a little problem on my 2000 Sienna, the battery died overnight after experiencing power door light on for a few times, then switched off by close and open the power door couple cycle using main power door switch. At the very beginning, the door didn't close fully by using main switch button, the power door light comes on, after switch the door close and open a few times, the light switched off, but the battery died (no even click sound when insert the key) next morning, I put a new battery in, the same thing repeated right after a short trip, battery died again, power door light on again during the trip, this is only thing noticed. any help will be appreciated.

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If you turn off the switch for the interior lights,an override,it will prevent the battery from going dead until you can get the door alignment or switch repaired.the interior lights,there is more than 5 will kill the battery for sure.

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