Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

1. CHECK WINDOW LOCK SWITCH

CHECK WINDOW LOCK SWITCH

  1.  Check that the passenger side power window and slide door power window operation is disabled when the window lock switch of the power window master switch is pressed.
  2.  Check that the passenger side power window and slide door power windows can be operated when the window lock switch is pressed again.

2. CHECK MANUAL UP/DOWN FUNCTION

  1.  Check that the driver side power window can be operated using the AUTO (driver side) switch of the power window master switch as follows:

Standard

Standard

  1. Check that the passenger power window and slide door power windows can be operated using each power window regulator switch as follows:

Standard

Standard

3. CHECK AUTO UP/DOWN FUNCTION

  1.  Check that the driver side power window can be operated using the AUTO (driver side) switch of the power window master switch as follows:

Standard

Standard

4. CHECK REMOTE MANUAL UP/DOWN FUNCTION

  1.  Check that the passenger side power window and slide door power window can be operated using each switch of the power window master switch as follows

Standard

Standard

5. CHECK MANUAL DOWN FUNCTION VIA TRANSMITTER

  1.  Check that all power windows and sliding roof (standard type only) operate as follows when operating the transmitter:

Standard

Condition

Transmitter Operation

Position/Operation

  • No key in ignition key cylinder
  • Any door UNLOCK
Press UNLOCK switch pressed for 1.5 sec.

or more

All power windows go DOWN
  • No key in ignition key cylinder
  • All doors CLOSE
  • All doors LOCK
Press LOCK switch pressed for 1.5 sec. or more All power windows go UP

HINT: For a sign for starting operation, the wireless door lock buzzer sounds once (answer-back).

6. CHECK POWER WINDOW OPERATION FUNCTION AFTER IGNITION SWITCH IS TURNED OFF

  1.  When both of the following conditions are fulfilled, check that the power windows can be operated even after the ignition switch is turned off.
  1. Within 45 seconds after the ignition switch is turned off.
  2.  The front doors are closed.

7. CHECK JAM PROTECTION FUNCTION

CHECK JAM PROTECTION FUNCTION

HINT: The jam protection function prevents any part of your body from getting caught by accident between the door frame and the door glass during power window operation.

NOTICE: If the power window motor has been reset, raise and lower the door glass several times using MANUAL function before performing the check.

  1.  Check that the door glass goes down by approx. 50 mm (1.97 in.) right when something gets caught between the door frame and door glass during power window operation. However, when the opening between the door frame and the door glass is less than 200 mm (7.87 in.), the door glass keeps going down until the operation reaches 200 mm (7.87 in.) and stops there.
  •  AUTO UP
  •  AUTO UP operation after the ignition switch OFF
  •  MANUAL UP operation after the ignition switch OFF

8. CHECK POWER WINDOW FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION

  1.  If there is a malfunction in the pulse sensor of the power window motor, the power window function will be restricted to partial operation.

CHECK POWER WINDOW FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION

CHECK POWER WINDOW FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION

*: However, manual UP function of the power window is operative when fully pulling up the power window switch.

Customize parameters
HINT: The following items can be customized. NOTICE:  After confirming whether the items requested by the customer are applicable or not for customization, perform customize operations. ...
Other materials:

Vanity light
ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. LH VISOR ASSEMBLY  Inspect vanity light resistance.  check that the resistance exists between the terminal 1 and the terminal 2 when the light is operated. Resistance: OFF (closed): 10 kΩ or higher ON (opened): Below 1 Ω 2. RH VISOR ...

Removal
1. PRECAUTION HINT: See page RS-1 2. DISCONNECT BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL Wait for 90 seconds after disconnecting the battery terminal to prevent the airbag working. 3. PLACE FRONT WHEELS FACING STRAIGHT AHEAD 4. REMOVE STEERING WHEEL COVER LOWER NO.2 (See page RS-424) 5.

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  • Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check

    Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Operation check