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Key Programming Toyota Sienna 2004-2017

Toyota Sienna 2004-2017 Key Programming Procedure




The following are the key programming procedures for Toyota Sienna for the year 2004 and 2017.




1. Insert and remove the key from the ignition switch 2 times within 5 seconds.

NOTE: Steps 2 and 3 should be performed within 40 seconds.

2. Close and open driver’s door TWICE.

3. Insert the key into the ignition and remove it.

NOTE: Steps 4 – 6 should be performed within 40 seconds

4. Close and open the driver’s door twice.

5. Insert the key into the ignition.

6. Close the door.





About Toyota Sienna

The Sienna’s formula remains unchanged for 2017: the inside is most important. For 2017, the minivan retains its two-box shape, but an available appearance package for SE models shakes things up a little with rocker panels and big wheels.

Inside, the Sienna is stylishly designed, with large readable gauges and climate and audio controls that are easily accessible to passengers.

The biggest change for 2017 is under the hood of the Sienna. Toyota’s 3.5-liter V-6 now has direct injection and an 8-speed automatic transmission, which adds 30 horsepower (for a total of 296 hp) and improves fuel economy. The Sienna can achieve up to 22 mpg combined in front-drive mode and 20 mpg combined in all-wheel drive mode.

Minivan performance is (rightly) measured in terms of safety and maneuverability, which the Sienna excels at, but it can’t beat physics. Its handling isn’t as sharp as that of a sedan, which is to be expected given its size and weight.

Because of its size and weight, the Sienna is exceptionally spacious and comfortable on the inside. Adults will have no trouble fitting into — or even getting into — the back seats, and the van’s configuration makes it equally suitable for school runs or trips to the home improvement store.

Second-row bench seats are standard on most models, but captain’s chairs are optional (and standard on all-wheel-drive models), with more luxurious versions available for Limited Premium models. The Sienna’s second-row seats do not completely fold flat into the floor, unlike some of its competitors.

The Sienna has up to 150 cubic feet of cargo space when the second and third rows of seats are removed, and 37.1 cubic feet when all rows of seats are upright.

The Sienna receives good ratings from both major U.S. safety rating agencies, though it is not at the top of its class. It receives a five-star overall rating from the feds, with four stars for rollover and front crash protection. The IIHS gives the Sienna mostly “Good” ratings, with the exception of a “Acceptable” rating in the front small-overlap crash test.

The van’s base models include many features that are important to families, such as a 6.1-inch touchscreen for infotainment, a rearview camera, and Bluetooth connectivity. A larger touchscreen, rear-seat entertainment system, power sliding doors, dual moonroof, a driver’s voice projection system for backseat passengers, navigation, and an upgraded stereo are among the optional features.

The 2017 Toyota Sienna is available in five trim levels in Phoenix: L, LE, SE, XLE, and Limited. Depending on the model, this voluptuous van can seat up to eight people. It has sporty 17-inch alloy wheels as standard, as well as automatic headlights, a windshield wiper de-icer, and manual rear sliding doors.

It also includes a four-speaker sound system, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, a USB port, a media player interface, and an auxiliary jack to keep everyone entertained on the road. Roof rails, heated mirrors, a 7-inch touchscreen, and a premium six-speaker sound system are standard on higher trims.

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