Question about Toyota Sienna
I would say that you either have an ignition module failure or, more likely, a CPS(Crank Position Sensor) failure. This will be located by the front of the motor. Given that you told me you have no "noid" light pulse, you obviously have some knowledge. Let me know what else you need(i.e. wiring diagrams, trouble code defs, etc.).
Posted on May 07, 2010
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