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Part already primed/painted. Install handle only. I will do panel later

Less than a year ago, a radiator leak may have contaminated the transmission fluid of which I've had flushed twice. Now a Tran. shop says my only option would be to have a Toyota transmission installed. Car MD gave a code of P 2769. Transmission "kicks" as you slow down.. not smooth. Do I have any options than to replace it with a factory model?

Can't seem to locate them. Code p0750 &p0755

And how often should I drive it before I get to repair shop!

What would cause both mine (original) and my husbands (10mths old) fob remotes to die tonight? They are completely dead, no button on either one functions.

Battery just seems so unlikely with the different ages of the remotes - or are they "married" if one battery dies they both stop working?

Vehicle is 2005 Toyota Sienna XLE. Model number on 6 button remote is GQ43VT20T.

The orange lights flash but the cd won't eject

my 2008 Sienna rear door does not open

The pull cord that is lifted up to remove the 8th seat has been pushed down into the assembly where the seat back locks. How do I remove the assembly to fix this pull cord?

Toyota says they're cracked

should i worry about driving this car several hundred miles this weekend. the lights have been on for a couple of weeks and are on all the time.

should i worry about driving this car several hundred miles this weekend

Seat belt is attached to the captain chair. The recoil is extremely slow, in fact, it never goes back in when you unbuckle, it just hangs there. It will "lock" if you pull the belt really hard like if you are stopping short. But, if you are in the seat and lean forward too much and slow, you have to pull the belt to get it tight again. Make me nervous.

I replaced the front oxygen sensor myself,but the check engine light still on. Checked at a toyota dealer,they told me cause what i replaced is not a toyota original oxygen sensor, is that true?
Are there any way to fix it besides to use an original parts?

My wife drives our 2006 Toyota Sienna. The DRIVERS SEAT has literally fallen off its mounting.

She has found a use for those thick phone books delivered by TPC and has placed a brick & phone book under her seat to hold it in place.

This is, at best a temp fix.

What is the best low cost fix?

Does the seat need to be replaced or can it all be repaired?

Any other thoughts?

When I put it
in neutral the noise winds down till gone

05 Seinna, development of a small leak on right side. I eventually had the steering rack replacement with a rebuilt Cardon as can only get rebuilt unit if not buying from OEM Toyota. As soon as I drove felt hard to turn steering wheel to left. Not to right but left hand turns only. Took to Stealership and was told (internal) spool valve on pump, $788. $70 for diagnosis fee. Pass. I took to my mechanic who put on a Cardon pump for less than a $100 and three hours labor or about $280 total parts and labor. Same issue existed so no body at this point can tell is it the reman Cardon steering rack? Any ideas?

05 Sienna just turned to 100K miles, AC went out over night. My mechanic traces to a leak in the front evaporator. Stated he would not touch it as requires entire dash to be R & R. 9-10 hours of labor plus $1600 for the evaporator case. Plus, new drier, plus new exapnsion valve and orffice tube, etc. all new stuff that is best practice to replace at the same time as evaporator.

Anyone know if the evaporator case can be rebuilt with new parts and put back into service for less than $1600? Labor is what it is.