While on vacation, the power slide side doors both stopped working at the same time. Is this just a fuse issue, or could it be a bigger problem?

Asked by Sep 27, 2007 at 08:31 PM about the 2004 Toyota Sienna 4 Dr XLE Passenger Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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It is most likely not a fuse issue. It sounds like the control module(s) for the power sliders have gone bad, or perhaps the wiring harnesses, tracks, or latch assemblies. Have this diagnosed by a dealership as there are many possible problems.

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This just happened to my wife and she found the kids had hit the power door switch under the dash and this turned off the power doors for both side. Check your manual for the location

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I have this same trouble passager side rear door stops working it only happens when the temp. is above 85 degrees slide the door shut and it starts working again

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