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Fix 2007 toyota sienna 2007 sliding door


Your question is too vague about the "problem". Is it alignment, latching, locking, handle, etc.? Try looking at the following links:
https://www.facebook.com/Toyota-Sienna-Faulty-Power-Sliding-Doors-233250320033754/
or http://www.siennachat.com/forum/66-problems-maintenance-repair/1300-sienna-power-sliding-door-problems-thread.html
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See if power reaches the motor. If it does and motor does not operate you have found the problem. If no power then the issue is electrical in nature and you will have to trace the current flow to the motor.

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DO NOT PUSH IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1. turn off the power button for the power sliding doors located on the lower dash area.
(in for on out for off)
2. close the sliding doors
3. disconect the battery and wait 1 minute.
4. reconect the battery, turn on the power switch
5. use one of the door control buttons open and close the door this should reset the door.

If this fails to get it working i'm sorry but you will need to take it to a dealer.
and most likly it will need a new drive $3000 aproxmatly. it can not be serviced

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Sounds like something isn't right.Try to disconnect the battery for a few minutes and see if that helps.Some times the ecu gets haywired and disconnecting the battery might reset it.And if it is the original battery you might want to get it tested.

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