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Without further ado, here’s how you can replace the side door cable assembly in your Sienna: Take out the seat closest to the defective sliding door. (Optional; this just gives you more room to work on the door.) Roll down the window on the defective door. On the side of the door is a hex screw holding the plastic panel in place. Remove the screw.What is the warranty on a Toyota Sienna sliding door latch?
1) Rear Sliding Door Latch Assemblies - For certain 2004-2010MY Sienna vehicles equipped with a Manual or Power Sliding Door, the warranty coverage for the Rear Sliding Door Latch Assemblies will be extended to 9 years from the date-of-first-use or 120,000 miles (whichever occurs first).Why won't my Sienna side door open or close?
Chances are it’s because the cable assembly is damaged. The Sienna side door cable is prone to fraying, snapping, and more. Have you determined that your cable assembly is damaged and it’s the reason your side door isn’t opening or closing? You can replace the cable assembly yourself even if you have limited mechanical skills.How do I replace the Sienna side door release actuator?
There’s a pulley system with a Sienna side door release actuator in the bottom corner of the door. (If you’re working on the right door, the pulley system is in the bottom right corner; on the left door, the pulley system is on the bottom left corner.) Remove all of the screws holding it in place. Slide-out the side door cable assembly.