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Sienna EVO-ONE pit-stop issue

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Toyota Sienna LE 2019, EVO-ONE, THAR-ONE-TOY9, firmware version 79.[54]. EVO-ONE is configured with default/recommended options for my car. I have an issue with the pit-stop mode. I press 3xLOCK while inside the vehicle and engine running, then remove the key from the ignition lock. The engine continues to run but turns off when I open any door. How can I fix that issue?
asked Oct 3, 2019 in Toyota by Alexey Kozlov (430 points)

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What is the service number to the module?
answered Oct 3, 2019 by Derek (182,240 points)
The service number is 002B07296465. Thanks.
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i'm just surprised you can enable pit stop with the oem remote while the car is started with the key. Typically thats not available on Toyota
answered Oct 4, 2019 by Robb (236,600 points)
Surprisingly, changing option 14.2->14.1 per your advice solved this issue as well. Thanks a lot! I tryed to do pit stop with the OEM remote (3xLock) and it worked fine. Right now, the only unresolved issue with my car is the parking light control by EVO-ONE (see my another question).

Sienna does not have a hood trigger in low trim levels which is my case. If configured with default options, the bypass module tries to aquire the hood trigger signal by CAN-bus and thinks that the hood is permanently open. This causes the Fortin alarm to activate and many other issues. The best solution to the problem is to disable Option A11 (HOOD TRIGGER) in the bypass module. Alternatively, you can replace the original hood lock with one from the high trim levels which has an imbedded trigger.