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Toyota Sienna 2010-2018 Owners Manual: Sliding door child-protector locks

The sliding door cannot be opened by the inside door handle and the second seat sliding door switch when the lock is set.

Toyota Sienna. Sliding door child-protector locks


  1. Unlock
  2. Lock

These locks can be set to prevent children from opening the sliding doors. Push down on each sliding door switch to lock that sliding door.

The power sliding door can be operated when (vehicles with power sliding doors)

  1. Open operation: The shift lever is in P.

    Close operation: The vehicle is stopped.

  2. The power sliding door system main switch is on.
  3. The power sliding door is unlocked. (Except for the wireless remote control operation or smart key system operation.)
  4. The sliding door child-protector lock is not set. (However, the switch for the front occupants and the outside handle still operate the power sliding door.)

Power sliding doors

After stopping, power sliding door brake function will be activated

The situations in which the sliding door does not open completely

The left side sliding door does not open completely when the fuel filler door is opened.

Toyota Sienna. The situations in which the sliding door does not open completely


Jam protection function (vehicles with power sliding doors)

Power sliding door brake function (vehicles with power sliding doors)

When the power sliding door detects an abnormality and stops operating, power sliding door brake function may be activated. When brake function is activated, door movement is restricted by the brake and motion may appear to be not smooth. This is not malfunction. Move the door to fully closed position to reset the system and normal power sliding door function will resume.

Sliding door closer (if equipped)

In the event that the sliding door is left slightly open, the sliding door closer will automatically close it to the fully closed position.

Power sliding door operation (vehicles with power sliding door)

Wireless remote control: Even if the door is locked, pressing and holding the sliding door buttons will unlock all doors and start open operation.

If the power sliding door is inoperative (vehicles with power sliding doors)

When the power sliding door detects an abnormality and stops opening and can not be completely closed manually, cancel the function as follows and close the door manually.

After that, have the vehicle inspected and repaired by your Toyota dealer.

  1. Remove the plug from the rear edge of the sliding door.

Toyota Sienna. If the power sliding door is inoperative


  1. Insert a key in the hole and push the mechanical cancel lever.

Toyota Sienna. If the power sliding door is inoperative


When the battery is disconnected (vehicles with power sliding doors) The power sliding door system must be initialized in order to ensure proper operation. To initialize it, close the sliding doors completely by hand.

Conditions affecting the operation of the smart key system or wireless remote control

Customization

Settings (e.g. opening and closing operation) can be changed.

WARNING

To prevent an accident

Observe the following precautions while driving.

Failure to do so may cause a door to open unexpectedly and an occupant to fall out of the vehicle, resulting in death or serious injury.

  • Ensure that all doors are properly closed and locked.
  • Set the sliding door child-protector locks when children are seated in the vehicle.
  • Do not operate the inside handle of the doors while driving.

When children are in the vehicle

Observe the following precautions.

Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury

  • Do not leave children alone in the vehicle.

    If a child is accidentally locked in the vehicle, they could have heat exhaustion or other injuries.

  • Do not allow a child to open or close the sliding door.

    Doing so may cause the sliding door to move unexpectedly, or cause the child’s hands, head, or neck to be caught by the moving sliding door.

Operating the sliding doors

Observe the following precautions.

Failure to do so may cause parts of the body to be caught, resulting in death or serious injury.

Toyota Sienna. Operating the sliding doors


  • Do not get in and out of the vehicle while the power sliding door is being operated.
  • When opening or closing a sliding door, thoroughly check to make sure the surrounding area is safe.
  • When opening or closing the sliding doors with windows open, keep all body parts clear of the windows.

Toyota Sienna. Operating the sliding doors


  • If anyone is in the vicinity, make sure they are safe and let them know that the sliding door is about to open or close.

    Also, do not operate the power sliding door if anyone inside or outside the vehicle is leaning against the vehicle in the area around the sliding door.

  • Do not leave the sliding door at half-opened position because the sliding door is not latched at this position. The sliding door may move unexpectedly on an incline.

Toyota Sienna. Operating the sliding doors


  • When the vehicle is stopped on a slope, the door will slide faster when opening or closing, so be especially careful that the passengers do not get hit or pinched by the door.
  • Open the sliding door fully while passengers are getting on or off on a downward slope. Do not operate the outside handle or inside handle while the door is open as the door could suddenly close by itself causing injury.

Toyota Sienna. Operating the sliding doors


  • When closing the sliding door, take extra care to prevent your fingers etc.

    From being caught.

Sliding door closer (if equipped)

Toyota Sienna. Sliding door closer


  • In the event that the sliding door is left slightly open, the sliding door closer will automatically close it to the fully closed position. It takes several seconds before the sliding door closer begins to operate. Be careful not to catch fingers or anything else in the sliding door, as this may cause bone fractures or other serious injuries.
  • Use caution when using the sliding door closer. The sliding door closer operates even when the power sliding door system is canceled.

Power sliding doors (vehicles with power sliding doors)

Observe the following precautions when the power sliding door system is on.

Failure to do so may cause death or serious injury.

  • When using the door handle to open or close the power sliding door, remove your hand from the door handle immediately after starting power sliding door operation. If you leave your hand on the door handle during operation, your hand, fingers, wrist etc. may be subjected to an excessive amount of force.
  • Check the safety of the surrounding area to make sure there are no obstacles or anything that could cause any of your belongings to get caught.
  • If anyone is in the vicinity, make sure they are safe and let them know that the sliding door is about to open or close.
  • If the power sliding door system is turned off with the main switch while the sliding door is operating automatically, the automatic operation is stopped.

    The sliding door then has to be operated manually. Take extra care when on an incline, as the sliding door may open or close unexpectedly.

  • If the operating conditions of the power sliding door are no longer met, a buzzer may sound and the sliding door may stop opening or closing. The sliding door then has to be operated manually. Take extra care when on an incline, as the sliding door may open or close abruptly.
  • On an incline, a sliding door may close by itself after it opens automatically.

    Make sure the sliding door is fully open and secure.

  • In the following situations, the power sliding door may detect an abnormality and automatic operation may be stopped. In this case, the sliding door has to be operated manually. Take extra care when on an incline, as the sliding door may open or close abruptly.
  • When the sliding door contacts an obstacle
  • When the battery voltage suddenly drops, such as when the engine switch is turned to the “ON” position (vehicles without a smart key system) or IGNITION ON mode (vehicles with a smart key system) or the engine is started during automatic operation
  • Do not attach any accessories other than genuine Toyota parts to the power sliding door. The power sliding door may not operate, causing itself to malfunction, or the power sliding door may close again after it is opened.
  • When the child-protector locks are set, make sure to turn off the power sliding door system with the main switch in order to totally disable the system.

Jam protection function (vehicles with power sliding doors)

Observe the following precautions.

Failure to do so may cause death or serious injury.

  • Never use any part of your body to intentionally activate the jam protection function.
  • The jam protection function may not work if something gets caught just before the power sliding door fully closes. Be careful not to catch fingers or anything else.
  • The jam protection function may not work depending on the shape of the object that is caught. Be careful not to catch fingers or anything else.

NOTICE

Sliding door

Toyota Sienna. Sliding door


Make sure magazines are not bent or protruding from the sliding door pockets.

Do not insert anything too big so that the shape of the sliding door pockets is distorted.

Such objects may obstruct the opening/closing of the sliding doors, damage the sliding door pockets or the vehicle body, and may result in a malfunction.

To prevent damage to your vehicle

  • Vehicles with the power sliding door:
  • Do not apply excessive force when the sliding door is operating.
  • Do not place your hand or foot near door hinges or rollers when the sliding door is operating.
  • Avoid forcibly opening the left side sliding door fully when the fuel filler door is opened. Otherwise, the fuel filler door may be damaged.
  • Take care not to damage the sensors (installed on the front edge of the power sliding door) with a knife or other sharp object.
  • Make sure there is nothing in the doorway before closing.
  • Do not close the sliding door by applying the brakes. Doing so could cause the sliding door to be damaged.
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