Question about Toyota Sienna
Airbags are fussy items and not one that lend themselves to DIY troubleshooting.
You might check with any of the local chain auto parts stores and ask for a free scan of your on-board computer, most of them offer it. If you get an error code regarding air bags, I highly recommend you go with this information to a Toyota dealer to have it corrected since trying to troubleshoot it may result in a deployment of one or more and that is a costly repair. It may however, be expensive anyhow, since it can run to hundreds of dollars to replace one.
I would in any case check the Toyota website for info on your vehicle with model and year to see if this may be a recall item.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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