Repair/Replace aux jack

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Asked by Jul 09, 2014 at 03:08 PM about the 2011 Toyota Sienna 7-Passenger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 3.5mm aux input jack has been giving me problems for a while and now it won't
hold a connection at all.  They probably used a cheap jack, and making it worse, the
system won't switch to AUX input if it doesn't sense a connector (which is almost never
now, even when a connector is plugged all the way in).  How hard is this to replace or
repair, and how do I open the bottom of the dashboard/console area to access the
jack?  Standard CD/FM/AM radio with no USB input and no Nav system.

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I found this video on YouTube - very helpful! http://youtu.be/Rmi4lfJRu6M

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Thanks for the help but this only covers Siennas up to 2010. My 2011 has a much different looking console (the aux jack I need to replace is down near the floor and I can't figure out how to access it) and there's no videos for the 2011.

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