No. But; The van may seem to act a little different until it re-learns what it forgot.
My check engine light came on because the terminals were not connected tightly. no. quite the contrary. if you have a "check engine" light on, disconnecting, or in this case replacing the battery will turn it off. you have a different problem.
It's a group 34 battery.
Just happened to me too, 3 year battery was 3 years and 3 m. old, tightened the alt. belt that helped but still idles at about 600 rpm. Ran well before the battery went,
There is about three ignition coils , one for each 2 valves ...
From $65 to $265 depending on the quality battery you buy.
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There could be several reasons why a Toyota Sienna will not start. the most common problem would be a dead battery.
530 cca and 575 cca
If they sell batteries, then yes.
possibilities: * starter * electrical connection * low or worn battery * keyswitch * neutral safety switch. * corroded battery cables * ignition switch