Question about 2011 Toyota Sienna
Do you have any issues with your other key? There is a small RF transponder in your key that is transmitted to a module in your vehicle. When the module identifies a valid signal it will allow the vehicle to start. What happening is that your vehicle isn't identifying the key because the transponder signal is weak. I would speak to someone at the service department at the dealership where you purchased the vehicle and have them cut and program you a new key to replace your defective one.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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