If the window glass is broken, I suggest you take it to a trim shop as it is quite complicated to install a new glass. If the window just won't go up and down, you need to take the trim pannel off and check out where it isn't getting voltage. It probably is the motor though which is kind of complicated to replace but you can get a factory shop manual from MOTORLIT.COM to show you how but it is pretty expensive.
It is impossible. Buy a new one. Don't waste your time! I found a good fix @ http://www.findonefindall.com/toyota-sienna/ Please contact Toyota (phone number in your owner manual) to document this defect, the more complaints they receive, the better the chance of a recall. A more complete URL to the page referenced in the second answer is ... http://www.findonefindall.com/toyota-sienna/siennareardoor.htm I used that successfully to repair the broken rear door latch on my 2000 Toyota Sienna. ("Buy a new one" is ~$65. I made the repair with tools and screws lying around the house in about an hour's time. Repair at the dealer reportedly is ~$300.)
I would check with Toyota and make sure its not covered by recall. Our 2004 had both of them fail and Toyota replaced them for free.
Where is the short at? What is malfunctioning?
Upon further inspection, the rear door handle assembly on the 2002 Toyota Sienna IS the same as that shown on the Find One Find All website, so never mind.
The following link has instructions, diagrams and pictures showing how to make this repair easily and inexpensively: http://www.findonefindall.com/toyota-sienna/siennareardoor.htm
check out this website it tells you how to repair the handle since it cost about $65.00 to buy a new one. http://www.findonefindall.com/toyota-sienna/
You can get a replacement part from RockAuto for about $65 and have it locally installed for under $100.
How to repair electric windows depends on what is wrong with them. If the motor that runs the window has burned out then replace the motor. If the switch is faulty then replace the switch. Check for broken wires, repair them if found.
Toyota has issued a technical service bulletin for seat heater replacement. It seems that this is not an uncommon problem. The seat heater has been redesigned. You can find the bulletin here: http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/jarrid191/2008-10-20_123630_T-EL002-06.pdf or search on "toyota sienna seat heater problem"
Next to impossible. A new release lever will need to be installed. Take it to the Toyota dealer ... they built it, they know how to repair it.
There are pages of things that will set a code and turn on airbag lights. Take to a repair shop and have diagnosed. Airbag systems are not for the diy'r
Remove inner door panel for access
A repair manual for a Toyota manufactured vehicle can be found through the Toyota website. Free service manuals can be found online at the website 'Repair Service Manuals' under Toyota.
I don't have 2000 specs, but according to the 2004 Sienna Repair Manual the torque spec for the front brake caliper mounting bolts is 79 ft-lbs and the torque spec for the brake pad pins is 25 ft-lbs.
As far as I know, Haynes and Chiltons haven't published their manuals covering the 2004 Sienna. So the only one available appears to be Toyota's manual, available from any dealer's parts department or on ebay. From: Mark in Ohio (posted 5/12/08)
It is very important to repair appliances with the same parts that was broken for consistency. You can find OEM General Electric parts at the following, www.ge-energy.com/businesses/ge_oilandgas/en/
I would recommend J B Weld or Araldite for this.
Bank 2 sensor 1 is the O2 sensor in the exhaust manifold closest to the firewall.Cut and paste the link below for a detailed fix with pics of the O2 sensor repair."http://polifrogblog.blogspot.com/2009/11/sienna-o2-sensor-change.html"
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Other than the fact that you'll get better MPG with a hybrid, I don't think there is that much of a difference. They're not more expensive to repair than a regular car. If you do have concerns, I suggest asking a salesman. Here is an article on the Toyota Sienna hybrid, one of the most popular hybrid mini vans: http://www.hybridcars.com/suvs-minivans/toyota-sienna-hybrid.html
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Speedometers have to be repaired by an authorized repair shop.