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2006 Toyota Sienna..Power cut out during driving. But them works

2006 Toyota Sienna...Power cut out during driving. But them works again when restarted. Then cuts out again...Loose Belt, bad alternator, battery?

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The power cut of my Toyota Sienna2006 was activated, and the Sienna did not started even with jumper. What can I do? Please help me A.S.A.S.P.
Cynthia

Posted on May 14, 2011

  • Ak0cbud0y Feb 21, 2012

    It happened twice to me already while driving
    Power cut off, my battery keep draining. Then I keep changing my heater fuse. @ Cynthia what is the status of your car now..?

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