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While on vacation our Sienna sat for one week at the airport. When we got back, it was dead. The thermometer to read outside temperatures is reading 14 degrees too hot. Any suggestions?

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After a battery dies it is not uncommon to have to reprogram many computers

however, maybe the computer that controls the temperature reading is not going to "sleep" which then caused the battery drain

regardless, no open recalls or TSB's on this subject

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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