Question about 2005 Toyota Sienna LE
Nothing so far.It happened a while ago and didn't know where to even start. We don't have money to fix this issue and take it to a dealership. Wanting to find a solution I can do at home.
If you have a multi-speaker setup like my 4Runner (also an 2005) Toyota uses a separate amplifier; i.e. not built into the the head unit (radio). The only home solution would be to clean the contacts where all the plugs connect. Back of the head unit, and the amplifier. If this doesn't fix it the amplifier probably has failed or the electronics in the head unit. Don't forget to disconnect the negative battery cable before doing any of this work, and make sure you have the security codes for the radio before you disconnect.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All of those are tied into the same fuses or they are tied in somewhere under the dash, You can get a fuse tester for a couple of dollars if you dont have a meter to see if th fuses are good you should be able to pull the fuses and see if they are bad. Dont forget when you check the fuses in the car, make sure and check the fuses and the relays in the fuse box under the hood.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
if you have your instructions, the best solution is to reset to factory default, the settings are designed for optimal performance and sound
Posted on May 04, 2010
does the fan blow air in the cab i know its not cold but it is air? does the air lines compressor sweat? it may be the air conditioning button in the car where turn ac on off is not sending signal to compressor to turn on compressor and check the air ducts make sure they routing the air correctly to the cab check to make sure a ac system is not over charged if it is over charged will not send out cold air use a tire gauge should be around 40 psi i believe but check with dealer make sure my psi is correct hope this helps if dont fix repost and think somemore ideas
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
I had a similar problem with a Previa. It occurred when starting the engine. Turns out the starter would not disengage from the fly wheel. I believe that the starter was the source of the high frequency noise. Had to disconnect the battery cable to stop the starter. Replaced the starter and everything was fine.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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