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Is there a manual lever for the 2000 toyota sienna when the power seat no longer works????

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NO, THERE IS NO MANUAL LEVER.

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When a power seat malfunctions there is no manual over ride, the only way to move it is to remove the motors that operate it and then move the seat to the desired position and then reinstall the motors (four motors)

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I think that power seats are different than the manual seats fundamentally. So, if the motor stops working, it is stuck in that position until electrical repairs are made.

I don't think there is a manual lever override for any power seats that I have seen.

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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