Toyota investigated over faulty sliding doors on Sienna minivans

Toyota Motor Corporation

Lawyers have initiated an investigation of claims that Toyota Sienna minivans have been installed with faulty sliding doors.  According to the investigation, when parked on a slope, the sliding doors close automatically without warning, apparently due to a manufacturing defect that causes the mechanism to be unable to keep the door held in an open position when at an incline. 

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Siyeon K. said
1787 days ago
My car has same problem with this issue. When I parked on a slope way, life rear gate close automatically without warning.

Janet R. said
895 days ago
I was driving my senna down a interstate and one of the sliding doors started to open while the car was going 65 mph.

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