2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Toyota Sienna Power Electric Sliding Door Motor Regulator Cable Replacement Repair Service.

We are proud to annouce that we now offering 2004-2010 Toyota Sienna Cable repair service for your electric sliding door motors.   If your Sienna has power sliding rear doors, that don’t slide any more, the most likely reason is that the cables for your sliding door regulators are broken.   Yes we can do either side, passenger or driver or both!  If your cables are broken, we can remove and replace them for you.  All you need to do is remove your old regulator and ship it to us.   When we receive your old unit, we will inspect your unit and will contact you immediately.  We then need 1 to 2 business days to R&R your cables with brand new stronger cables!  We will then ship you back your freshly rebuilt unit!  It’s that easy!   Call us if you have any questions or would like pricing! Please ask for Richie.

New replacement parts from the Toyota dealer are over $1200.   Don’t over pay to fix your doors!  Call us today!

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44 thoughts on “2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Toyota Sienna Power Electric Sliding Door Motor Regulator Cable Replacement Repair Service.

      • I have a 2004 Sienna. Both right and left cables were freyed and hanging up so I cut them so that the doors would function. Provided the regulators and motors are still good, how much would it cost to replace each cable? Do you have instructions for removal or a schematic? You tube instructions would be great. I am very mechanically inclined and grew up in a body & fender shop.

    • Yes I do agree with you, and to make matters worse, replacing the cable from your local dealership requires you to purchase a whole new unit.

  1. 2006 toyota Sienna power door Cable is breakdown, please let me know, how I can remove it and where I have to send u and how mwny days I will get back new cable and how much it cost me?

    I live in Toronto, Canada

  2. I got my cables for my 2008 Sienna replaced with Richard. He sent me a very detailed email, with a pdf file that detailed instructions on how to remove it. I removed it myself sent it in, and within 1 day he had a ups tracking number for me. I got my part back in 3 days and put it in myself! Its been only 3 weeks now, but its nice having my doors automtically open. And even better now that my wife stopped nagging me about the car…. I’ll update if there are any developments but I really really happy now that I didn’t get reamed by the dealership! Thx Again Richard!

  3. I own 2005 Sienna LE model. Passenger side sliding door locked and could not able to open either remote or handle. When i click on button close to the door, hear sound of motor runs and stops, door does not open. what is the remedy to get rid of this issue

      • I’m looking for the sliding door motor of a Toyota Sienna 2004 can you please let me know the price for that?

      • Good morning, we do have motors available, but are you sure you need just the motor, and not just the cables? Please call us so that we can better undsrstand what you need! Se Hable espanol, pregunta por Rene!

      • and also both left tail lights for the toyota sienna 2004. price please

      • Good morning please call us for parts quotes! Se Hable espanol, pregunta por Rene!

  4. I have a 2005 Sienna. the top cable below the window broken and hanging out of the window from the back. please advice how much would it cost to replace cable and shipping to Canada? Do you have instructions for removal or a schematic? You tube video instructions would be great appreciated.

    • I will send you an email containing a in depth description of services and instructions. Thank you for your interest!

  5. I have a 2006 Sienna, and the cable finally snapped today. Can you please send me the removal instructions and description of your service, including cost? Much appreciated!

      • I just wanted to leave a quick Thank You for the guys at Benson’s. You were fast, courteous and the job was done very professionally. I had my sliding door back together in no time, and it works perfectly.

  6. I have a 2010 Toyota Sienna and the cable has broken on the driver’s side power sliding rear door. Please email me instructions on how to remove the assembly and have it repaired. And what is the cost for this service? I will have to ship it to you, I am in Connecticut

    • Hi, an email has just been sent to you with all the information you require. Please contact me if you have any questions!

      Thank you!

  7. I to havea broken door cable on a 2007 Toyota Sienna and the door will now not open all the waycan you please send me the how to remove the uniit
    So i can fix this
    Thanks

  8. I have a 2004 Sienna LE and the passenger side sliding door cable is about to snap. Could you send info on how to replace and cost ? Thanks

  9. I have a 2005 Sienna LE with a broken sliding door cable. Could you send information about how to replace and what is the recommended servicing. Can I buy the cables from you and/or are there other parts that need to be serviced at the same time? Thanks you.

  10. I have a 2005 Toyota Sienna with frayed cables on the passenger side. What is your turn around time and does the door still work without the assembly in it? I still need use the vehicle. How do I remove it? What is the cost?

    • Thank you for your interest! An email has been sent to you. If you have any further questions please feel free to call us! Thank you.

  11. I have a 2008 Toyota Sienna with frayed cables on the passenger side. the cable is hanging out and not rolling. What is your turn around time and does the door still work without the assembly in it. i need a service manual on how to remove and replace the cable.

    • Thank you for your interest in our services! I have sent you an email detailing our services and prices. If you have any more questions please call me!

  12. I have a 2004 sienna with cable torn and hanging out the rear of the passenger side sliding door. Can you please email me prices and instructions on how to remove/replace and/or enable the door to be used manually until I get the parts. Thanks

  13. I have a 2006 Sienna, and my passenger side motor and cable seem fine. But when I push the button, I don’t hear the big solenoid unlock the door like I hear on the driver side (which works fine). When I manually unlatch the door, either open or closed, the motor finishes the job. Is that solenoid replaceable without buying the whole drive unit? Do you have it? Do you have instructions on how I can get to it to replace it? Thanks.

    • We are in the process of procuring door latch actuator motors but at this time we do not even have the prototypes yet for testing. I would suggest that you contact your local dealership and order part number 85620-08061. It should only be around $105 new. It is not very difficult to replace. Refer to our videos on how to remove the inside door panels. Once removed you will see the actuator directly below the interior door handle. Its a little tricky removing the bolts as they are located behind the plate, but it should be easy enough to figure out how to access them. Just unplug, unbolt then swap out the units. As always disable the sliding door motors via the switch on the dashboard or disconnect the battery when working with electrical parts! Hope this helps you and remember you can call me at any time if you have any more questions!

  14. I have a 2009 sienna with cable torn and hanging out the both of the sliding doors. Can you please email me prices and instructions on how to remove/replace and/or enable the door to be used manually until I get the parts. Thanks

    • An email has been sent to you with all the information you requested. Please call me if you have any further questions!

      Thank you!

      Richie.

  15. I took my 2007 Toyota Sienna to a dealership and they diagnosed the problem to be the release motor on my passenger side door. Is this something I can fix easily on my own.

    Thanks
    Don

    • Yes it is faily easy to replace on your own. I beleive the part is only about $105 new at the dealer. Just reference our video on how to remove the inside door panel, once removed you should see the motor a couple inces below the interior door handle. Unplug, unbolt and replace. As always its allways best to disconnect the battery before working on anything electrical on your car! Hopt this helps you!

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