228 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2004 Toyota Sienna. 55 of these members
(24.1%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 89 electrical repairs to 2004 Toyota Siennas--an average of 0.4 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Chart based on 57 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2004 Toyota Sienna 4dr Minivan, ext.
230-horsepower 3.3L V6 5-speed automatic FWD
Motor for passenger side door is defective. There is a TSB for it, only if the part dies before 3yr/36k. It's about $2500 to repair the automatic sliding side door!
Right passenger sliding door jammed in close position because of defective motor. When door was opened, I saw the broken motor--a Toy-car-ota bulletin was made, but only covered the 3 yr/36000 mile period. My door broke about 4 yrs after purchase.
Passenger Side Sliding Door Power Window stuck in down position. Broken switch tab on Driver Door Power Window Switch assembly. Driver Door switch assembly modified to prevent operation of of that window by driver, normal operation at PSSD/PW switch.
Driver door lock motor intermittant. Replaced door lock assembly.
Unequal AC cooling driver(warmer) vs passenger side. Removed panels to observe/test AC system. Control and dampers working properly, assume probable low refrigerant issue. To be checked/resolved at independent shop.
Poor AC cooling on drivers side and dehumidification. Old issue addressed. Remaining system charge was 50% of minimum spec charge. Leak test passed, just general bleed out over 7 years in service. Recharged system to max charge.
AC Clutch relay failure, replaced.
Front passenger side window stuck down. Cracked switch on drivers door. Bypassed driver door switch. Window operational from passenger side.
Right outside tailight capsule damaged during removal for bulb replacement, replaced assembly.
Right power sliding door went out. The dealer replaced the hinges, motor, etc. on the door. This is the third time this has happend over the life of the car. The service dept. said there is an updated part that is more reliable then the origional.
Rear View Camera Defective.
failed to fix the sensor on the rear hatch. had to replace entire electric motor
Radio/Headunit replaced due to inoperable cd player. - ordered part Radio/Headunit replaced due to inoperable cd player.
Passenger power sliding door malfunction resulting in inability to open or close the door - including manually. I cut the drive cable which then allowed manual operation of the door. Parts unavailable at the time of the scheduled serviec trip to dealer. Dealer replaced drive motor & cable for passenger sliding door at no cost. Although original warranty had expired for this item dealer found a Toyota WAB (unsure of acronym or meaning) which covered 100% of costs (parts & labour). Would have been costl
driving light - drivers side
Recurring problem with drivers side driving light (not the headlight). This about the 4th time the bulb has been replaced so I suspect it is getting wet somehow. The peculiar thing is that there is no visible condensation around the bulb
driver's side running light replaced - 5th time I believe since we purchased van new in 2004