Question about 1999 Toyota Sienna
Cars are monitored by onboard "computers". The check engine light is telling you something is wrong, but isn't telling you what. There are all kinds of codes that are stored in this "brain", and it has to be hooked up to another computer to find out what the codes are.
This is what makes me mad about newer cars. I am used to working on older, more simple cars. It will cost you anywhere from $80 on up just to have it scanned to find out what's wrong. If you are lucky, you might find a parts store that does it for free. Around where I live, Autozone and O'reilley/Schucks will do it free.
All that will do is scan for the code and tell you what's wrong....hopefully. Then ya gotta fix it.
There is no way anyone can tell you what's wrong without a computer-scanner.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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