section 1 - Toyota Sienna Club

section 1 - Toyota Sienna Club
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SECTION
1- 1
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Overview of instruments and controls
Instrument panel overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Instrument cluster overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Indicator symbols on the instrument panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
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Instrument panel overview
1. Side defroster outlets
2. Side vents
3. Instrument cluster
4. Center vents
5. Multi- information display or garage
door opener box
6. Front personal lights
7. Power sliding door switches
8. Power back door switch
9. Conversation mirror
10. Electric moon roof switch
11. Auxiliary boxes
12. Glove box
13. Power window switches
14. Power door lock switches
15. Automatic transmission selector lever
16. Audio remote control switches
17. Hood lock release lever
18. Parking brake pedal
19. Window lock switch
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1. Headlight, turn signal and front fog
light switches
2. Wiper and washer switches
3. Rear window and outside rear view
mirror defogger and windshield wiper
de- icer switch
4. Emergency flasher switch
5. Car audio
6. Power outlet main switch
7. Engine immobiliser/Theft deterrent
system indicator light
8. Air conditioning controls
9. Seat heater switches or auxiliary box
10. Auxiliary box
11. Cup holder and coin holder
12. Power outlets
13. Personal light main switch
14. Ignition switch
15. “TRAC OFF” switch
16. Cruise control switch or dynamic laser
cruise control switch
17. Dynamic laser cruise control distance
switch
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18. Tilt and telescopic steering lock release
lever
19. Tire pressure warning system reset
switch
20. Power sliding door main switch
(“SLIDE DOOR OFF” switch)
21. Power back door main switch
(“BACK DOOR OFF” switch)
22. Power rear view mirror control switches
23. Power quarter window switch
(“REAR VENT” switch)
24. Headlight beam level control dial
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Instrument cluster overview
1. Service reminder indicators and
indicator lights
5. Fuel gauge
2. Speedometer
6. Dynamic laser cruise control master
warning light
3. Engine coolant temperature gauge
7. Dynamic laser cruise control display
8. Trip meter reset knob/Instrument panel
light control knob
9. Odometer and two trip meters
10. Tachometer
4. Low fuel level warning light
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Indicator symbols on the instrument panel
or
Brake system warning light∗1
or
Anti- lock brake system warning light∗1
Driver’s seat belt reminder light∗1
Open door warning light∗1
Front passenger’s seat belt reminder light∗1
SRS warning light∗1
Discharge warning light∗1
Vehicle skid control system/Traction control
system warning light∗1
Low tire pressure warning light∗1
or
Malfunction indicator lamp∗1
Low windshield washer fluid level warning
light∗1
Low engine oil pressure warning light∗1
Engine oil replacement reminder light∗1
(for vehicles sold in U.S.A.)
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Engine immobiliser/Theft deterrent system
indicator light
Headlight high beam indicator light
∗1 :
∗2 :
∗3 :
For details, see “Service reminder indicators and warning
buzzers” on page 165 in Section 1- 5.
If this light flashes, see “Cruise control” on page 190 in
Section 1- 6.
If this light flashes, see “Dynamic laser cruise control” on
page 193 in Section 1- 6.
Turn signal indicator lights
Automatic transmission indicator lights
Slip indicator light
Traction control system off indicator light
(two- wheel drive models)
Cruise control indicator light∗2 or dynamic laser
cruise control indicator light∗3
Dynamic laser cruise control ready mode
indicator light
Conventional cruise control mode indicator light
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SECTION
1- 2
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Keys and Doors
Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Engine immobiliser system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wireless remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sliding doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power sliding doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Back door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power back door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual quarter windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power quarter windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Theft deterrent system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel tank cap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electric moon roof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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24
26
34
36
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45
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48
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Keys (without engine
immobiliser system)
Your vehicle is supplied with two kinds
of keys.
1. Master keys—These keys work in every lock.
2. Sub key—This key will not work in the
glove box.
To protect items locked in the glove box
when using valet parking, leave the sub
key with the attendant.
Since the front doors and sliding doors
can be locked without a key, you should
always carry a spare master key in case
you accidentally lock your keys inside the
vehicle.
Keys (with engine immobiliser
system)
KEY NUMBER PLATE
Your key number is shown on the plate.
Keep the plate in a safe place such as
your wallet, not in the vehicle.
If you should lose your keys or if you
need additional keys, duplicates can be
made by a Toyota dealer using the key
number.
We recommend writing down the key number and storing it in a safe place.
Your vehicle is supplied with two kinds
of keys.
1. Master keys (black)—These keys work
in every lock. Your Toyota dealer will
need one of them to make a new key
with a built- in transponder chip.
2. Sub key (gray)—This key will not work
in the glove box.
A transponder chip for engine immobiliser
system has been placed in the head of
the master and sub keys. These chips are
needed to enable the system to function
correctly, so be careful not to lose these
keys. If you make your own duplicate key,
you will not be able to cancel the system
or start the engine.
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To protect items locked in the glove box
when using valet parking, leave the sub
key with the attendant.
Since the front doors and sliding doors
can be locked without a key, you should
always carry a spare master key in case
you accidentally lock your keys inside the
vehicle.
NOTICE
When using a key containing a transponder chip, observe the following
precautions:
When starting the engine, do not
use the key with a key ring resting
on the key grip and do not press
the key ring against the key grip.
Otherwise the engine may not start,
or may stop soon after it starts.
When starting the engine, do not
use the key with other transponder
keys around (including keys of other vehicles) and do not press other
key plates against the key grip.
Otherwise the engine may not start,
or may stop soon after it starts. If
this happens, remove the key once
and then insert it again after removing other transporter keys (including keys of other vehicles) from the
ring or while gripping or covering
them with your hand to start the
engine.
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Do not cover the key grip with any
material that cuts off electromagnetic waves.
Do not knock the key hard against
other objects.
Do not leave the key exposed to
high temperatures for a long period,
such as on the dashboard and hood
under the direct sunlight.
Do not put the key in water or
wash it in an ultrasonic washer.
Do not bend the key grip.
Do not use the key with electromagnetic materials.
KEY NUMBER PLATE
Your key number is shown on the plate.
Keep the plate in a safe place such as
your wallet, not in the vehicle.
If you should lose your keys or if you
need additional keys, duplicates can be
made by a Toyota dealer using the key
number.
We recommend writing down the key number and storing it in a safe place.
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Engine immobiliser system
Inserting the registered key in the ignition
switch automatically cancels the system,
which enables the engine to start. The
indicator light will go off.
For your Toyota dealer to make you a
new key with built- in transponder chip,
your dealer will need your key number
and master key. However, there is a limit
to the number of additional keys your
Toyota dealer can make for you.
If you make your own duplicate key,
you will not be able to cancel the system or start the engine.
The engine immobiliser system is a
theft prevention system. When you insert the key in the ignition switch, the
transponder chip in the key’s head
transmits an electronic code to the vehicle. The engine will start only when
the electronic code in the chip corresponds to the registered ID code for
the vehicle.
The system is automatically set when the
key is removed from the ignition switch.
The indicator light will start flashing to
show the system is set.
If any of the following indicator conditions
occurs, contact your Toyota dealer.
The indicator light stays on except
when the theft deterrent system is setting or activating. (See “Theft deterrent
system” on page 48 in this section.)
NOTICE
Do not modify, remove or disassemble the engine immobiliser system. If any unauthorized changes or
modifications are made, the proper
operation of the system cannot be
guaranteed.
The indicator light does not start flashing when the key is removed from the
ignition switch.
The indicator light flashes unsteady.
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Wireless remote control
For vehicles sold in U.S.A.
FCC ID: MOZ RI- 21BTY
MADE IN U.S.A.
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
For vehicles sold in Canada
This device complies with RSS- 210 of
Industry Canada. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference, including interference
that may cause undesired operation of
the device.
Locking operation (type A)
CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Unlocking operation (type A)
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The wireless remote control system is
designed to lock or unlock all the side
doors and back door, or activate the
panic mode from a distance within
approximately 1 m (3 ft.) of the vehicle.
On some models, the system also allows you to activate the theft deterrent
system from the same distance.
LOCKING
DOORS
AND
UNLOCKING
THE
To lock and unlock all the doors, push
the switches of the transmitter slowly
and securely.
Locking operation (type B)
To stop the beep, close all the side doors
”
and back door securely or push the “
(unlock) switch.
The buzzer can be disabled. For details,
contact your Toyota dealer.
To unlock: Push the “
” (unlock) switch
once to unlock only the driver’s door.
Pushing the switch twice within 3 seconds
unlocks all the doors simultaneously. Each
” (unlock) switch is pushed,
time the “
two beeps will be heard, turn signal lights
will flash twice.
To lock: Push the “ ” (lock) switch. All
the side doors and back door are locked
simultaneously. At this time one beep will
be heard, turn signal lights will flash once.
This double switch operation to unlock all
the side doors and back door can be
changed to a single switch operation. For
details, contact your Toyota dealer.
Check to see that the doors are securely
locked.
” (unlock) switch is
When the “
pressed, the front personal lights and ignition switch light come on. The lights remains on for about 15 seconds unless any
of the side doors or back door are opened
then and closed. (For further information,
see “Front personal lights” on page 154
and/or “Ignition switch light” on page 156
in Section 1- 4.)
If any of the doors is not securely closed,
or if the key is in the ignition switch,
locking cannot be performed by the “ ”
(lock) switch and a beep will sound continuously for 10 seconds. However, if the
key is in the ignition, a beep will not
sound.
Unlocking operation (type B)
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You have 30 seconds to open a door after
using the wireless remote unlock feature.
If a door is not opened by then, all the
side doors and back door will automatically lock again.
The timing for the automatic door lock
function can be changed. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.
” (unlock)
If the “ ” (lock) or the “
switch is kept pressed in, the locking or
unlocking operation is not repeated. Release the switch and then push again.
The following adjustments can be made in
this system. For details, contact your
Toyota dealer.
Right side power sliding door (type A)
Left side power sliding door
OPENING AND CLOSING THE SLIDING
DOOR (vehicles with the power sliding
door)
Cancelling the wireless door locking or
unlocking function
Cancelling the flash of the turn signal
Push the switch of the wireless remote
control transmitter about one second.
The power sliding door opens and
closes completely.
lights
Cancelling the beep sound
Left side power sliding door—
To open: Push the “
” switch.
To close: Push the “
” switch again.
Right side power sliding door (type B)
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Right side power sliding door—
To open: Push the “
” switch.
To close: Push the “
” switch again.
Opening operation can be performed by
the switches under the following conditions
only:
The sliding door is unlocked.
The power sliding door system is on.
(The “SLIDE DOOR OFF” switch on the
instrument panel is pushed out.)
The key is not in the ignition switch.
The sliding door is between the fullyclosed position and half- opened position.
Closing operation can be performed by the
wireless remote control switches under the
following conditions only:
The power sliding door system is on.
(The “SLIDE DOOR OFF” switch on the
instrument panel is pushed out.)
The key is not in the ignition switch.
The sliding door is between the fullyopened position and half- opened position.
The sliding door operation by the wireless
remote control can be changed or disabled. For details, contact your Toyota
dealer.
Type A
The sliding door stops at the half- opened
position when the window is opened more
than about 15 cm (6 in.).
The left side power sliding door does not
operate when the fuel filler door is
opened.
Type B
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OPENING AND CLOSING THE BACK
DOOR (vehicles with the power back
door)
Closing operation can be performed by the
switch under the following conditions only:
” switch of the wireless
Push the “
remote control transmitter about one
second. The power back door opens
and closes completely.
(The “BACK DOOR OFF” switch on the
instrument panel is pushed out.)
When closing or opening the back door,
two beeps will be heard and the turn signal lights will flash twice.
Opening operation can be performed by
the switch under the following conditions
only:
The back door is unlocked.
The power back door system is on.
(The “BACK DOOR OFF” switch on the
instrument panel is pushed out.)
The key is not in the ignition switch.
The back door is between the fullyclosed position and half- opened position.
The power back door system is on.
The key is not in the ignition switch.
The back door is between the fullyopened position and half- opened position.
The back door operation by the wireless
remote control can be changed or disabled. For details, contact your Toyota
dealer.
ACTIVATING PANIC MODE
” (panic)
Pushing and holding the “
switch blows the horn intermittently
and flashes the headlights, tail lights
and turns on the front personal lights.
” (panic) switch is used to deter
The “
vehicle theft when you witness anyone attempting to break into or damage your
vehicle.
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The alarm will last for one minute. To stop
alarm midway, do the following:
Push any of the switch on the wireless
remote control transmitter.
Lock or unlock either front doors or
back door with the key.
Turn the ignition key from the “LOCK”
to “ON” position.
You can use up to 4 wireless remote control transmitters for the same vehicle.
Contact your Toyota dealer for detailed
information.
If the wireless remote control transmitter
does not actuate the doors or alarm, or
operate from a normal distance:
Check for closeness to a radio trans-
The panic mode does not work when the
ignition key is in the “ON” position.
mitter such as a radio station or an
airport which can interfere with normal
operation of the transmitter.
This alarm function can be disabled. For
details, contact your Toyota dealer.
The battery may have been consumed.
WIRELESS
TRANSMITTER
REMOTE
CONTROL
The wireless remote control transmitter is
an electronic component. Observe the following instructions in order not to cause
damage to the wireless remote control
transmitter.
Do not leave the wireless remote con-
Check the battery in the transmitter. To
replace the battery, see “REPLACING
TRANSMITTER BATTERY”.
If you lose your wireless remote control
transmitter, contact your Toyota dealer as
soon as possible to avoid the possibility
of theft, or an accident. (See “If you lose
your wireless remote control transmitter”
on page 413 in Section 4.)
MODEL/FCC IDs:
Transmitter: GQ43VT20T
Receiver: GQ43VT29R
IC (Canada) IDs:
Transmitter: 1470A- 1T
Receiver: 1470A- 1R
MADE IN U.S.A.
This complies with Part 15 of the FCC
rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
trol transmitter on places where the
temperature becomes high such as on
the dashboard.
Do not disassemble it.
Avoid knocking it hard against other
objects or dropping it.
Avoid putting it in water.
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REPLACING TRANSMITTER BATTERY
For replacement, use a CR2032 lithium
battery or equivalent.
CAUTION
Special care should be taken to prevent small children from swallowing
the removed transmitter battery or
components.
NOTICE
When replacing the transmitter battery, be careful not to lose the components.
Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by a
Toyota dealer.
1. Using a coin or equivalent, open the
transmitter case.
2. Remove the discharged transmitter battery.
NOTICE
Do not bend the terminals.
Dispose of used batteries according
to the local laws.
Replace the transmitter battery by following these procedures:
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Front doors
Be careful not to bend the electrode
of the transmitter battery insertion
and that dust or oils do not adhere
to the transmitter case.
Close the transmitter case securely.
After replacing battery, check that the
transmitter operates properly. If the transmitter still does not operate properly, contact your Toyota dealer.
3. Put a new transmitter battery with positive (+) side up.
Close the transmitter case securely.
NOTICE
Make sure the positive side and
negative side of the transmitter battery is faced correctly.
Do not replace the battery with wet
hands. Water may cause unexpected
rust.
Do not touch or move any components inside of the transmitter, or
it may interfere with proper operation.
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING WITH KEY
Insert the key into the keyhole and turn
it.
To lock: Turn the key forward.
To unlock: Turn the key backward.
All the side doors and back door lock and
unlock simultaneously with either front
door. In the driver’s door lock, turning the
key once will unlock the driver’s door and
twice in succession will unlock all the
doors simultaneously.
This double key turning operation to unlock all the side doors and back door can
be changed to a single key turning operation. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.
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When either front door is unlocked with a
key, the front personal light and ignition
switch light will come on and remain on
for about 15 seconds before fading out.
(For details, see “Front personal lights” on
page 154 and “Ignition switch light” on
page 156 in Section 1- 4.)
CAUTION
Do not pull the inside handle of the
front doors while driving. The doors
will open and an accident may occur.
Toyota strongly recommends that all
children be placed in the rear seat of
the vehicle.
Closing the door with the lock knob in the
lock position will also lock the door. Be
careful not to lock your keys in the vehicle.
LOCKING
AND
UNLOCKING
INSIDE LOCK KNOB
WITH
The front doors cannot be locked if you
leave the key in the ignition switch.
Move the lock knob.
To lock: Push the knob forward.
To unlock: Pull the knob backward.
The front doors can be opened by pulling
the inside handles even if the lock knobs
are in the locked position.
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LOCKING
AND
UNLOCKING
POWER DOOR LOCK SWITCH
WITH
Push the switch.
To lock: Push the switch down on the
front side.
To unlock: Push the switch down on the
rear side.
Operating the switch simultaneously locks
or unlocks all the side doors and back
door.
Driver’s side
If you do either of the following, no side
door or back door can be unlocked with
the power door lock switch.
Lock all the side doors and back door
with the key or wireless remote control
transmitter when all the side doors and
back door are closed.
Open the driver’s door or front passenger’s door and move the inside lock
knobs of both front doors to the lock
position, then close the front doors.
The power door lock switch can be reset
in the following ways.
Turn the ignition key to “ON”.
Unlock all the side doors and back
door with the key or wireless remote
control transmitter.
Unlock the driver’s door or front passenger’s door with the inside lock
knob, and then unlock all the doors
and back door with the power door
lock switch.
CAUTION
Before driving, be sure that the doors
are closed and locked, especially
when small children are in the vehicle. Along with the proper use of
seat belts, locking the doors helps
prevent the driver and passengers
from being thrown out from the vehicle during an accident. It also helps
prevent the doors from being opened
unintentionally.
Front passenger’s side
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Sliding doors
Automatic door locking function:
CLOSING THE FULLY- OPENED SLIDING
DOOR
All the side doors and back door are
locked automatically when the automatic
transmission selector lever is moved out
of the “P” position with the engine running
and all the side doors and back door are
closed.
To close the fully- opened sliding door, pull
the inside or outside handle and then
close the door.
CAUTION
This automatic door locking function linked
with the shift position can be disabled. For
details, contact your Toyota dealer.
You can add the automatic door locking
function linked with vehicle speed. (When
the vehicle speed reaches 20 km/h (12
mph) or higher, all the side doors and
back door are locked automatically.) For
details, contact your Toyota dealer.
LOCKING
AND
UNLOCKING
INSIDE LOCK KNOB
WITH
Move the lock knob.
To lock: Move the knob forward.
To unlock: Move the knob backward.
Before driving, be sure that the doors
are closed and locked, especially
when small children are in the vehicle. Along with the proper use of
seat belts, locking the doors helps
prevent the passengers from being
thrown out from the vehicle during an
accident. It also helps prevent the
doors from being opened unintentionally.
The sliding doors will be locked simultaneously with the power door lock switch,
key or wireless remote control. (For
instructions, see “Front doors” on page 21
or “Wireless remote control” on page 14
in this section.)
Closing the sliding door with the lock knob
in the lock position will also lock the sliding door. Be careful not to lock your keys
in the vehicle.
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When
stopping on a downward
slope, open the door fully while
passengers are getting on or off.
Do not pull the outside handle or
inside handle while the door is
open as the door could suddenly
close by itself causing injury.
NOTICE
Do not close the sliding door by applying the brakes. Doing so could
cause the door to be damaged.
CAUTION
When closing the sliding door, confirm safety of the area around.
Keep the heads, hands and other
parts of the bodies of all occupants
away from the sliding door. Otherwise, the closing door may cause
an unexpected serious injury.
When the vehicle is stopped on a
When the fuel filler door is opened, the
left side siding door will not open.
Close the fuel filler door securely and
then operate the sliding door.
NOTICE
Avoid forcibly opening the left side
sliding door fully when the fuel filler
door is opened. Otherwise, the fuel
filler door may be damaged.
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.
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Power sliding doors—
—Power sliding door main switch
(“SLIDE DOOR OFF” switch)
On
When the sliding door window is
opened more than about 15 cm (6 in.),
the sliding door will stop at halfopened position. Close the window and
then operate the sliding door.
CAUTION
Do not leave the sliding door at halfopened position. If the vehicle is
stopped on a downward slope, it may
move and cause an unexpected injury.
SLIDING DOOR CHILD- PROTECTORS
Open the sliding door fully and move
the lock lever to the “LOCK” position
as shown on the label. Then close the
sliding door.
If the child- protector is locked, you cannot
open the sliding door from the inside. We
recommend using this feature whenever
small children are in the vehicle.
Off
This switch is used to turn on and off
the power sliding door system. In order
to operate the power sliding door, the
“SLIDE DOOR OFF” switch on the instrument panel must be pushed out.
(The orange line on the top of the
switch indicates that the power sliding
door system is on.) To disable the power sliding door feature, push in the
switch.
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—Manual operation
When the power sliding door system is
on, you can open and close the sliding
door with the power sliding door switches
on the overhead console or wireless remote control transmitter even if the sliding
door child- protector is locked.
NOTICE
When your vehicle goes through an
automatic car wash, make sure the
power sliding door system is off.
CAUTION
Do not leave small children or pets
unattended in your vehicle. They
could operate the power sliding
door and injure themselves or others. Turn off the power sliding door
system when the power sliding door
is not in use.
When jacking up the vehicle, turn
off the power sliding door system
and close the sliding door completely.
LOCKING
AND
UNLOCKING
INSIDE LOCK KNOB
WITH
Move the lock knob.
To lock: Move the knob forward.
To unlock: Move the knob backward.
The sliding doors will be locked simultaneously with the power door lock switch,
key or wireless remote control. (For
instructions, see “Front doors” on page 21
or “Wireless remote control” on page 14
in this section.)
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Closing the sliding door with the lock knob
in the lock position will also lock the sliding door. Be careful not to lock your keys
in the vehicle.
Sliding door closer: When the sliding
door has not been fully closed, it is automatically closed completely even if the
power sliding door system is off.
CLOSING THE FULLY- OPENED SLIDING
DOOR
CAUTION
To close the fully- opened sliding door, pull
the inside or outside handle and then
close the door.
CAUTION
Before driving, be sure that the doors
are closed and locked, especially
when small children are in the vehicle. Along with the proper use of
seat belts, locking the doors helps
prevent the passengers from being
thrown out from the vehicle during an
accident. It also helps prevent the
doors from being opened unintentionally.
Careful attention is needed so as
not to get your fingers trapped as
the
sliding
door
automatically
closes when it has not been fully
closed.
Never allow a child to operate the
sliding door.
CAUTION
NOTICE
Do not apply excessive force when
the sliding door closer is operating.
Otherwise, the sliding door closer
may be damaged.
When closing the sliding door, confirm safety of the area around.
Keep the heads, hands and other
parts of the bodies of all occupants
away from the sliding door. Otherwise, the closing door may cause
an unexpected serious injury.
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.
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When
stopping on a downward
slope, open the door fully while
passengers are getting on or off.
Do not pull the outside handle or
inside handle while the door is
open as the door could suddenly
close by itself causing injury.
NOTICE
Do not close the sliding door by applying the brakes. Doing so could
cause the door to be damaged.
When the fuel filler door is opened, the
left side siding door will not open.
Close the fuel filler door securely and
then operate the sliding door.
When the sliding door window is
opened more than about 15 cm (6 in.),
the sliding door will stop at halfopened position. Close the window and
then operate the sliding door.
NOTICE
Avoid forcibly opening the left side
sliding door fully when the fuel filler
door is opened. Otherwise, the fuel
filler door may be damaged.
CAUTION
Do not leave the sliding door at halfopened position because the door will
unlock after 30 minutes. If the vehicle
is stopped on a downward slope, it
may move and cause an unexpected
injury.
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NOTICE
CAUTION
To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the sliding door
at half- opened position.
Make sure to turn off the power sliding door system after locking the
child- protectors.
SLIDING DOOR CHILD- PROTECTORS
Open the sliding door fully and move
the lock lever to the “LOCK” position
as shown on the label. Then close the
sliding door.
If the child- protector is locked, you cannot
open the sliding door from the inside. We
recommend using this feature whenever
small children are in the vehicle.
If the power sliding door system is on, the
child- protector feature is cancelled by the
power sliding door switch on the front
overhead console or wireless remote
control.
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—Automatic operation
The power sliding door can be operated
automatically in the following ways:
Operates with the power sliding door
switches inside the vehicle
Operates with the wireless remote control transmitter
Assists operation with the outside or
inside handle by hand
The power sliding door system can be
canceled by the “SLIDE DOOR OFF”
switch.
When the power sliding door system is
on, if you shift out of “P” with the ignition
key in the “ON” position and the sliding
door is not completely closed, a buzzer
will sound.
NOTICE
Do not apply excessive force when
the sliding door is operated automatically. Otherwise, the power sliding
door system may be damaged.
You can cause a beep to sound when the
power sliding door is opened or closed.
For details, contact your Toyota dealer.
Front overhead console
CAUTION
Careful attention is needed so as
not to get your fingers trapped as
the sliding door automatically opens
or closes.
Never allow a child to operate the
sliding door.
Center pillar
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OPERATING WITH THE POWER SLIDING
DOOR SWITCHES
To open the door, push the switch. To
close the door, push the switch once
again. The door opens and closes completely.
When the ignition key is in the “ON”
position and the transmission selector
lever must be in “P”.
The
child- protector
is
unlocked.
(switches on the center pillar only)
Switches on the front overhead console:
Closing operation can be performed by
the switches under the following conditions:
” switch—To operate the left
The power sliding door system is on.
The “
side door.
The “
” switch—To operate the right
side door.
Switches on the center pillar:
“PWR DOOR” switch—To operate each
side door.
Opening operation can be performed by
the switches under the following conditions:
The sliding door is unlocked.
The power sliding door system is on.
(The “SLIDE DOOR OFF” switch is
pushed out.)
The sliding door is between the fully-
CAUTION
If you shift the automatic transmission selector lever out of “P” and
accelerate before the power sliding
door is closed completely, the sliding
door may reverse to the open position. A child or others could fall out
of the vehicle and be injured. Always
make sure the power sliding door is
closed and latched before you start
driving.
opened position and half- opened position.
Left and right side power sliding door
models—The left side power sliding door
does not operate when the fuel filler door
is opened.
The length of time required to push the
switches for operating the sliding door can
be changed. For details, contact your
Toyota dealer.
(The “SLIDE DOOR OFF” switch is
pushed out.)
The sliding door is between the fullyclosed position and half- opened position.
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OPERATING
WITH
THE
WIRELESS
REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER
Before operating the power sliding door,
make sure there is nobody near the sliding door. Make sure the sliding door stops
at the fully- opened position, and then allow the passengers to get in and out of
the vehicle.
To open or close the door, push the
” or the “
” switches on the
“
wireless remote control transmitter
about one second. (Only when the power sliding door system is on.) For details, see “Wireless remote control” on
page 14 in this section.
The resistance must be as strong as the
force of the moving door, or stronger. As
the sliding door approaches the fullyclosed or fully- opened position, its moving
force increases significantly.
ASSISTS
OPERATION
WITH
THE
OUTSIDE OR INSIDE HANDLE BY HAND
When the power sliding door system is on
(the “SLIDE DOOR OFF” switch is pushed
out), if you pull the outside handle or slide
the inside handle, the sliding door will
automatically and completely open or
close.
When the power sliding door system is
off, the sliding door can be operated
manually by the outside or inside handle.
JAM PROTECTION FUNCTION
If anything with sufficient resistance obstructs the power sliding door while it is
closing or opening, the sliding door will
automatically reverse to the opposite direction. However, if the power sliding door
is between the half- opened and fullyopened positions while it is opening, the
door will stop at that position.
If the jam protection function operates
continuously at the closing operation more
than 2 times, the sliding door will be
stopped at that position and the power
sliding door system will be canceled.
The jam protection function may not work
if something gets caught just before the
sliding door is fully closed.
If the sliding door receives a strong impact, this function may operate even if
nothing is caught.
CAUTION
The power sliding door could injure
people if they are caught in the door
path. When using the power sliding
door, observe the following:
Never try jamming any part of your
body to make the jam protection
function work intentionally.
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Back door
The jam protection function may
not work if something gets caught
just before the sliding door is fully
closed.
Before you close the power sliding
door, always make sure there is nobody around it. Also make sure the
heads, hands and other parts of the
bodies of all occupants are kept
completely inside the vehicle. If
someone’s neck, head or hands get
caught in a closing door, it could
result in a serious injury. When
anyone closes the power sliding
door, make sure he or she operates
the door safely.
If the battery is disconnected or run
down, the power sliding door system may
not work after you reconnect, replace or
recharge the battery. In any of these
cases, close the sliding doors completely
by hand to normalize the power sliding
door system.
If the power sliding door system does not
operate properly after the above procedure, there may be a problem in the system. Contact your Toyota dealer.
To open the back door, push the back
door opener and raise the door.
The back door can be opened when the
vehicle is stopped.
NOTICE
The back door can be locked or unlocked
in the following ways.
Objects caught in the path of the sliding door may be damaged. Make sure
there is nothing in the doorway before closing the sliding door.
Operate the power door lock switch.
(See “Front doors” on page 21 in this
section.)
Operate the wireless remote control.
(See “Wireless remote control” on page
14 in this section.)
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All the side doors and back door are
CAUTION
locked and unlocked simultaneously
with the driver’s door. (See “Front
doors” on page 21 in this section.)
Keep the back door closed while driving. This not only keeps the luggage
from being thrown out but also prevents exhaust gases from entering
the vehicle.
When all the side doors and back door
are unlocked simultaneously with a key,
the front personal light and ignition switch
light will come on and remain on for about
15 seconds before fading out. (For details,
see “Front personal lights” on page 154
and “Ignition switch light” on page 156 in
Section 1- 4.)
If the back door opener does not operate,
see “If you cannot operate back door
opener” on page 414 in Section 4.
If the battery is disconnected or run down,
the back door will be automatically locked
after you reconnect, replace or recharge
the battery. Be careful not to lock your
keys in the vehicle.
NOTICE
When closing the back door, use the
inside strap for easier reach to the
back door.
To avoid damage to the back door
dampers, do not apply any force,
paint or let any other foreign matter
on them.
To close the back door, lower it and press
down on it. After closing the back door,
try pulling it up to make sure it is securely closed.
See “Luggage stowage precautions” on
page 374 in Section 2 for precautions
when loading luggage.
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Power back door—
—Power back door main switch
(“BACK DOOR OFF” switch)
—Manual operation
CAUTION
Do not leave small children or pets
On
Off
unattended in your vehicle. They
could operate the power back door,
and anyone around the back door
could be injured. Turn off the power
back door system when the power
back door is not in use.
When jacking up the vehicle, turn
off the power back door system and
close the back door completely.
This switch is used to turn on and off
the power back door system. In order
to operate the power back door, the
“BACK DOOR OFF” switch on the instrument panel must be pushed out.
(The orange line on the top of the
switch indicates that the power back
door system is on.) To disable the power back door feature, push in the
switch.
NOTICE
When your vehicle goes through an
automatic car wash, make sure the
power back door system is off.
To open the back door, push the back
door opener and raise the door.
The back door can be opened when the
vehicle is stopped.
If the back door opener does not operate
except when the battery is disconnected
or run down, contact your Toyota dealer.
The back door can be locked or unlocked
in the following ways.
Operate the power door lock switch.
(See “Front doors” on page 21 in this
section.)
Operate the wireless remote control.
(See “Wireless remote control” on page
14 in this section.)
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All the side doors and back door are
CAUTION
locked and unlocked simultaneously
with the driver’s door. (See “Front
doors” on page 21 in this section.)
Keep the back door closed while driving. This not only keeps the luggage
from being thrown out but also prevents exhaust gases from entering
the vehicle.
When all the side doors and back door
are unlocked simultaneously with a key,
the front personal light and ignition switch
light will come on and remain on for about
15 seconds before fading out. (For details,
see “Front personal lights” on page 154
and “Ignition switch light” on page 156 in
Section 1- 4.)
If the back door opener does not operate,
see “If you cannot operate back door
opener” on page 414 in Section 4.
If the battery is disconnected or run down,
the back door will be automatically locked
after you reconnect, replace or recharge
the battery. Be careful not to lock your
keys in the vehicle.
NOTICE
When closing the back door, the inside
strap can be used to make the reach
easier.
To avoid damage to the back door
dampers, do not apply any force,
paint or let any other foreign matter
on them.
To close the back door, lower it and press
down on it. After closing the back door,
try pulling it up to make sure it is securely closed.
See “Luggage stowage precautions” on
page 374 in Section 2 for precautions
when loading luggage.
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—Automatic operation
Back door closer: When the back door
has not been fully closed, it is automatically closed completely even if the power
back door system is off.
CAUTION
Careful attention is needed so as
not to get your fingers trapped as
the back door automatically closes
when it has not been fully closed.
Never allow a child to operate the
back door.
NOTICE
Do not apply excessive force when
the back door closer is operating.
Otherwise, the back door closer may
be damaged.
The power back door can be operated
automatically in the following ways:
Operates with the power back door
switch on the overhead console
Operates with the wireless remote control transmitter
NOTICE
Do not apply excessive force when
the back door is operated automatically. Otherwise, the power back door
system may be damaged.
Assists closing by hand
The power back door system can be canceled by the “BACK DOOR OFF” switch.
When closing or opening the back door
automatically, two beeps will be heard and
the turn signal lights will flash twice.
The beep sound can be changed. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.
CAUTION
Careful attention is needed so as
not to get your fingers trapped as
the back door automatically closes.
Never allow a child to operate the
back door.
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Opening operation can be performed by
the switch under the following conditions:
The back door is unlocked.
The power back door system is on.
(The “BACK DOOR OFF”
pushed out.)
switch is
The back door is between in the fullyclosed position and half- opened position.
When the ignition key is in the “ON”
OPERATING WITH THE POWER BACK
DOOR SWITCH
”
To open the door, push the “
switch on the overhead console about
one second. To close the door, push
this switch once again. The door opens
and closes completely.
position, the transmission selector lever
must be in “P”.
Closing operation can be performed by
the switch under the following conditions:
The power back door system is on.
(The “BACK DOOR OFF”
pushed out.)
switch is
The back door is between in the fullyopened position and half- opened position.
The time of pushing the switches for operating the back door can be changed. For
details, contact your Toyota dealer.
OPERATING
WITH
THE
WIRELESS
REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER
To open or close the door, push the
” switch on the wireless remote
“
control transmitter about one second.
(Only when the power back door system is on.) For details, see “Wireless
remote control” on page 14 in this section.
ASSISTS CLOSING BY HAND
When the power back door system is on
(the “BACK DOOR OFF” switch is pushed
out), if you move the back door about
10—15 cm (4—6 in.) from its fully- opened
position, the back door will automatically
and completely close.
When the power back door system is off,
the back door can be closed manually.
The assisting function when closing the
back door can be disabled and the assisting function when opening the back door
can be added. For details, contact your
Toyota dealer.
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Before operating the power back door,
make sure there is nobody near the back
door.
The resistance must be as strong as the
force of the moving door, or stronger. As
the back door approaches the fully- closed
or fully- opened position, its moving force
increases significantly.
The jam protection function may not work
if something gets caught just before the
back door is fully closed.
JAM PROTECTION FUNCTION
If anything with sufficient resistance obstructs the power back door while it is
closing or opening, the back door will automatically reverse to the opposite direction.
If the jam protection function operates
continuously at the closing operation more
than 2 times, the back door will be
stopped at that position.
If the back door receives a strong impact,
this function may operate even if nothing
is caught.
CAUTION
The power back door could injure
people if they are caught in the door
path. When using the power back
door, observe the following:
Never try jamming any part of your
body to make the jam protection
function work intentionally.
The jam protection function may
not work if something gets caught
just before the sliding door is fully
closed.
Before you close the power back
door, always make sure there is nobody around it. If someone’s neck,
head or hands get caught in a closing door, it could result in a serious injury. When anyone closes the
power back door, make sure he or
she operates the door safely.
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NOTICE
Objects caught in the path of the
back door may be damaged. Make
sure there is nothing in the doorway
before closing the back door.
If the battery is disconnected or run
down, the back door will be automatically
locked and the power back door system
may not work after you reconnect, replace
or recharge the battery. In any of these
cases, normalize the power back door
system by following procedure.
1. Unlock the back door with the key,
remote control transmitter or power
door lock switch.
2. Close the back door
hand.
completely by
If the power back door system does not
operate properly after the above procedure, there may be a problem in the system. Contact your Toyota dealer.
The windows can be operated with the
switch on each front door.
The power windows work when the ignition
switch is in the “ON” position.
Key off operation: If both front doors are
closed, the front door windows and sliding
door windows work for 43 seconds even
after the ignition switch is turned off. It
stops working when either front door is
opened.
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OPERATING THE DRIVER’S WINDOW
Automatic operation:
Use the switch on the driver’s door.
Type A—Push the switch completely down
and then release it. The window will fully
open. To stop the window partway, lightly
pull the switch up and then release it.
Normal operation: The window moves as
long as you hold the switch.
To open: Lightly push down the switch.
To close: Lightly pull up the switch.
Type B—Push the switch completely down
or pull it completely up, and then release
it. The window will fully open or close. To
stop the window partway, lightly move the
switch in the opposite direction and then
release it.
Type A (to open only)
Jam protection function (type B only):
During automatic closing operation or key
off closing operation, the window stops
and opens half way if something gets
caught between the window and window
frame.
If the window receives a strong impact,
this function may work even if nothing is
caught.
Type B (to open and close)
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If the battery is disconnected or run
down, the power window may not operate
automatically and the jam protection function will not function correctly after you
reconnect, replace or recharge the battery.
In any of these cases, you should normalize the power window.
To normalize the power window:
1. Push down the power window switch
and lower the window halfway.
CAUTION
Never try jamming any part of your
Window lock
switch
body to activate the jam protection
function intentionally.
The jam protection function may
not work if something gets caught
just before the window is fully
closed.
2. Pull up the switch until the window
closes and hold the switch for a second.
Make sure that the window opens and
closes automatically. If the power window
cannot be operated properly, have it
checked by your Toyota dealer.
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OPERATING
WINDOWS
THE
PASSENGERS’
Use the switch on each passenger’s
door or the switches on the driver’s
door that control each passenger’s window.
The window moves as long as you hold
the switch.
To open: Push down the switch.
To close: Pull up the switch.
If you push in the window lock switch on
the driver’s door, the passengers’ windows
cannot be operated.
The sliding door window cannot be operated when the sliding door is opened.
CAUTION
To avoid serious personal injury, you
must do the following.
Before you close the power windows, always make sure there is
nobody around the power windows.
You must also make sure the
heads, hands and other parts of the
bodies of all occupants are kept
completely inside the vehicle. If
someone’s neck, head or hands get
caught in a closing window, it
could result in a serious injury.
When anyone closes the power windows, make sure he or she operates the windows safely.
When small children are in the vehicle, never let them use the power
window switches without supervision. Use the window lock switch to
prevent them from making unexpected use of the switches.
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Manual quarter windows
Power quarter windows
To open the quarter window, pull the
latch handle toward you and swing it
fully out.
The quarter windows can be operated
with the “REAR VENT” switch on the
instrument panel.
When closing the window, make sure it is
completely closed.
The power quarter windows work when the
ignition switch is in the “ON” position.
Never leave small children alone in
the vehicle, especially with the ignition key still inserted. They could
use the power window switches and
get trapped in a window. Unattended children can be involved in
serious accidents.
To open: Push the switch on the upper
side.
To close: Push the switch on the lower
side.
Both the left and right rear quarter windows move as long as you hold the
switch.
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Key off operation: If both front doors are
closed, they work for 43 seconds even
after the ignition switch is turned off. They
stop working when either front door is
opened.
CAUTION
Never leave small children alone in
the vehicle, especially with the ignition key still inserted. They could
use the power quarter window
switch and get trapped in a window.
Unattended children can be involved
in serious accidents.
To avoid serious personal injury, you
must do the following.
Before you close the power quarter
windows, always make sure there is
nobody around the power quarter
windows. You must also make sure
the heads, hands and other parts of
the bodies of all occupants are kept
completely inside the vehicle. If
someone’s neck, head or hands get
caught in a closing window, it
could result in a serious injury.
When anyone closes the power windows, make sure he or she operates the windows safely.
When small children are in the vehicle, never let them use the power
quarter window switches without
supervision.
To open the hood:
1. Pull the hood lock release lever. The
hood will spring up slightly.
CAUTION
Before driving, be sure that the hood
is closed and securely locked. Otherwise, the hood may open unexpectedly while driving and an accident may
occur.
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CAUTION
After inserting the support rod into
the slot, make sure the rod supports
the hood securely from falling down
on to your head or body.
NOTICE
2. In front of the vehicle, pull up the
auxiliary catch lever and lift the
hood.
3. Hold the hood open by inserting the
support rod into the slot.
Be sure to return the
its clip before closing
ing the hood with the
could cause the hood
support rod to
the hood. Clossupport rod up
to bend.
To insert the support rod into the slot,
move it straight up. If it is moved to the
side or toward the inside of the vehicle,
it may become detached.
Before closing the hood, check to see that
you have not forgotten any tools, rags,
etc. and return the support rod to its
clip—this prevents rattles. Then lower the
hood and make sure it locks into place.
If necessary, press down gently on the
front edge to lock it.
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Theft deterrent system
The system will automatically be set after
30 seconds. When the system is set, the
indicator light will start flashing again.
4. After making sure the indicator light
starts flashing, you may leave the vehicle.
Never leave anyone in the vehicle when
you set the system, because unlocking
from the inside will activate the system.
CANCELING THE SYSTEM
The system can be canceled by the following ways:
To deter the vehicle theft, the system
is designed to sound an alarm if any of
the side doors, back door or hood is
forcibly unlocked or opened or the battery terminal is disconnected and then
reconnected when the vehicle is locked.
The alarm blows the horn intermittently
and flashes the headlights, tail lights and
turn signal lights, and turns on the front
personal lights.
SETTING THE SYSTEM
1. Turn the ignition key to the “LOCK”
position and remove it.
The indicator light will start flashing when
the key is removed from the ignition
switch. (See “Engine immobiliser system”
on page 13 in this section for details.)
2. Have all passengers get out of the
vehicle.
Any of the side doors or the back door
is unlocked with the key or wireless
remote control transmitter.
Turn the ignition key to “ON” position.
If the parking lights and tail lights comes
on two seconds when the system is canceled, the system has been alarmed.
Check to seek if there is any abnormality
on your vehicle.
3. Close and lock all the side doors, back
door and hood.
The indicator light will remain on when all
the side doors, back door and hood are
closed and locked.
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WHEN THE SYSTEM IS SET
Reactivating the system
Activating the system
Once set, the system is automatically reset after the alarm stopped automatically
after one minute.
The system will sound the alarm under
the following conditions:
If any of the side doors or back door
is unlocked or opened without the key
or wireless remote control transmitter,
or if the hood is forcibly opened.
If the battery terminal is disconnected
and then reconnected.
If the ignition is hotwired.
The indicator light will come on when the
system is activated.
If the alarm has been activated and any
of the side doors or back door is unlocked, all the side doors and back door
will re- lock automatically.
After one minute, the alarm will automatically stop and the indicator light will starts
flashing again.
The alarm will activate again under the
same
circumstances
described
in
“Activating the system”.
If the battery becomes discharged due
to the vehicle being unused for a long
time, etc., when the battery is recharged
or replaced, the system will give the
alarm. If this happens, immediately unlock
any of the side doors or the back door
with the key or the wireless remote control transmitter, and the alarm will stop.
Stopping the alarm
TESTING THE SYSTEM
The alarm will be stopped by the following
these ways:
1. Open all the windows.
Unlock any of the side doors or the
back door with the key or wireless remote control transmitter.
Turn the ignition key from the “LOCK”
to “ON” position.
These ways cancel the system at the
same time.
2. Set the system as described above. All
the side doors and back door should
be locked with the key or wireless remote control transmitter. Be sure to
wait until the indicator light starts flashing.
3. Unlock any side door from the inside.
The system should activate the alarm.
4. Stopping the alarm as described above.
5. Repeat this operation for the other
doors and hood. When testing the
hood, also check that the system is
activated when the battery terminal is
disconnected and then reconnected.
If the system does not work properly,
have it checked by your Toyota dealer.
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Fuel tank cap
NOTICE
Avoid opening the fuel filler door
when the left side sliding door is fully
opened. Otherwise, the fuel filler door
may be damaged.
This indicates that the fuel filler door
is on the left side of your vehicle.
1. To open the fuel filler door, pull the
lever up.
When refueling, turn off the engine.
CAUTION
Do not smoke, cause sparks or allow open flames when refueling.
The fumes are flammable.
When opening the cap, do not remove the cap quickly. In hot weather, fuel under pressure could cause
injury by spraying out of the filler
neck if the cap is suddenly removed.
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When installing the cap, turn the cap
clockwise until you hear one click.
When you hear the click, the cap is
fully closed.
If the cap is not installed securely, the
malfunction indicator lamp comes on.
Make sure the cap is tightened securely.
The indicator lamp goes off after driving
several times. If the indicator lamp does
not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as
soon as possible.
CAUTION
2. To remove the fuel tank cap, turn
the cap counterclockwise by 90 degrees (to the pressure point 1), and
then turn it an additional 30 degrees
(to point 2). Pause slightly before
removing it.
Although a click will be heard as you turn
the cap to point 1, it does not indicate
that the cap can be removed.
3. The removed cap can be stored on
the back side of the fuel filler door.
Make sure the cap is installed se-
Position the cap so that the hooks point
to the left and right, and set it in the
receptacle on the back side of the door.
Use only a genuine Toyota fuel tank
curely to prevent fuel spillage in
the event of an accident.
cap for replacement. It is designed
to regulate fuel tank pressure.
It is not unusual to hear a slight swoosh
when the cap is opened.
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Electric moon roof
NOTICE
To operate the moon roof, use the
switch on the overhead console.
To prevent damage to the cap, observe the following precautions.
The moon roof works when the ignition
switch is in the “ON” position.
Apply force only in the turning direction to the cap. Do not pull or
pry it.
The sun shade can be opened or closed
by hand.
Sliding operation—
Do not tighten the cap further after
you hear one click when installing.
To open: Push the switch on the “SLIDE
OPEN” side.
Sliding operation
The roof will fully open automatically. To
stop the roof partway, push the switch on
either the “SLIDE OPEN” or “TILT UP”
side quickly.
When you quickly push and release the
switch, the moon roof will open while the
switch is being pushed and stop when
released.
The sun shade will be opened together
with the roof.
When the moon roof is opened fully, the
deflector will raise to reduce the entering
of the strong wind. The angle of the deflector will be adjusted according to the
vehicle speed.
To close: Push the switch on the “TILT
UP” side.
Tilting operation
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The roof will fully close automatically. To
stop the roof partway, push the switch on
either the “SLIDE OPEN” or “TILT UP”
side quickly.
Key off operation: If both front doors are
closed, it works for 43 seconds even after
the ignition switch is turned off. It stops
working when either front door is opened.
When you quickly push and release the
switch, the moon roof will close while the
switch is being pushed and stop when
released.
Jam protection function:
Tilting operation—
To tilt up: Push the switch on the “TILT
UP” side.
The roof will fully tilt up automatically. To
stop the roof partway, push the switch on
either the “SLIDE OPEN” or “TILT UP”
side quickly.
When you quickly push and release the
switch, the moon roof will tilt up while the
switch is being pushed and stop when
released.
To tilt down: Push the switch on the
“SLIDE OPEN” side.
The roof will fully tilt down automatically.
To stop the roof partway, push the switch
on either the “SLIDE OPEN” or “TILT UP”
side quickly.
When you quickly push and release the
switch, the moon roof will tilt down while
the switch is being pushed and stop when
released.
If something gets caught between the
moon roof and frame during slide closing operation, the moon roof stops and
opens half way, and the deflector stops
and raises fully.
If something gets caught between the
moon roof and frame during tilting
down operation, the moon roof stops
and opens fully.
If the moon roof receives a strong impact,
this function may work even if nothing is
caught.
If the battery is disconnected or run
down, the moon roof may not operate
automatically and the jam protection function will not function correctly after you
reconnect, replace or recharge the battery.
In any of these cases, you should normalize the moon roof.
To normalize the moon roof, push and
hold the switch on the “TILT UP” side until
the moon roof tilts all the way up and
then tilts down a little automatically.
Make sure that the moon roof opens and
closes automatically. If the moon roof cannot be operated properly, have it checked
by your Toyota dealer.
CAUTION
To avoid serious personal injury, you
must do the following.
While the vehicle is moving, always
keep the heads, hands and other
parts of the bodies of all occupants
away from the roof opening. Otherwise, they could be seriously injured if the vehicle stops suddenly
or if the vehicle is involved in an
accident.
Before you close the moon roof,
always make sure there is nobody
around the moon roof. You must
also make sure nobody places his
or her head, hands and other parts
of the body in the roof opening. If
someone’s neck, head or hands get
caught in the closing roof, it could
result in a serious injury. When
anyone closes the moon roof, first
make sure it is safe to do so.
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Never leave small children alone in
the vehicle, especially with the ignition key still inserted. They could
use the moon roof switches and get
trapped in the roof opening. Unattended children can be involved in
serious accidents.
Never sit on top of the vehicle
around the roof opening.
Never try jamming any part of your
body to activate the jam protection
function intentionally.
The jam protection function may
not work if something gets caught
just before the moon roof is fully
closed.
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SECTION
1- 3
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Seats, Seat belts, Steering wheel and Mirrors
Seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Front seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Rear seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Head restraints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Armrests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Seat heaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Seat belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
SRS driver airbag and front passenger airbag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
SRS side airbags and curtain shield airbags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Child restraint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Tilt and telescopic steering wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Outside rear view mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
Anti- glare inside rear view mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Auto anti- glare inside rear view mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
Vanity mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
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Front seats—
—Front seat precautions
Seats
While the vehicle is being driven, all vehicle occupants should have the seatback
upright, sit well back in the seat and properly wear the seat belts provided.
CAUTION
Do not drive the vehicle unless the
occupants are properly seated. Do
not allow sitting on top of a
folded- down seatback, or in the
luggage compartment or cargo area.
Persons not properly seated and/or
properly restrained by seat belts
can be severely injured in the event
of emergency braking or a collision.
During driving, do not allow passengers to stand up or move
around between seats. Severe injuries can occur in the event of emergency braking or a collision.
Driver seat
Slightly recline the back of the
CAUTION
The SRS driver airbag deploys with
considerable force, and can cause
death or serious injury especially if
the driver is very close to the airbag.
The National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (“NHTSA”) advises:
Since the risk zone for driver airbag
is the first 50—75 mm (2—3 in.) of
inflation, placing yourself 250 mm (10
in.) from your driver airbag provides
you with a clear margin of safety.
This distance is measured from the
center of the steering wheel to your
breastbone. If you sit less than 250
mm (10 in.) away now, you can
change your driving position in several ways:
Move your seat to the rear as far
seat. Although vehicle designs vary,
many drivers can achieve the 250
mm (10 in.) distance, even with the
driver seat all the way forward, simply by reclining the back of the
seat somewhat. If reclining the back
of your seat makes it hard to see
the road, raise yourself by using a
firm, non- slippery cushion, or raise
the seat if your vehicle has that
feature.
If your steering wheel is adjustable,
tilt it downward. This points the airbag toward your chest instead of
your head and neck.
The seat should be adjusted as recommended by NHTSA above, while
still maintaining control of the foot
pedals, steering wheel, and your view
of the instrument panel controls.
as you can while still reaching the
pedals comfortably.
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—Front seat precautions
(on vehicles with SRS side
airbags)
Front passenger seat
CAUTION
The SRS front passenger airbag also
deploys with considerable force, and
can cause death or serious injury especially if the front passenger is very
close to the airbag. The front passenger seat should be as far from the
airbag as possible with the seatback
adjusted, so the front passenger sits
upright.
—Seat adjustment precautions
CAUTION
CAUTION
The SRS side airbags are installed in
the driver and front passenger seats.
Observe the following precautions.
Adjustments should not be made
Do not lean against the front door
when the vehicle is in use, since
the side airbag inflates with considerable speed and force. Otherwise,
you may be killed or seriously injured.
Do not use seat accessories which
cover the area where the side airbags inflate. Such accessories may
prevent the side airbags from activating correctly, causing death or
serious injury.
Do not modify or replace the seats
or
upholstery
of
front
seats
equipped with side airbags. Such
changes may prevent the side airbags from activating correctly, disable the system or cause the side
airbags to inflate accidentally, resulting in death or serious injury.
while the vehicle is moving, as the
seat may unexpectedly move and
cause the driver to lose control of
the vehicle.
When adjusting the seat, be careful
that the seat does not hit a passenger or luggage.
After adjusting the seat position, release the lever and try sliding the
seat forward and backward to make
sure it is locked in position.
After adjusting the seatback, push
your body back against the seat to
make sure the seat is locked in
position.
Do not put objects under the seats
except for putting them in the auxiliary box. Otherwise, the objects
may interfere with the seat- lock
mechanism or unexpectedly push
up the seat position adjusting lever
and the seat may suddenly move,
causing the driver to lose control of
the vehicle.
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—Adjusting driver’s seat
(manual seat)
While adjusting the seat, do not put
your hands under the seat or near
the moving parts. Otherwise, your
hands or fingers may be caught and
injured.
1. SEAT POSITION ADJUSTING LEVER
Hold the center of the lever and pull it
up. Then slide the seat to the desired
position with slight body pressure and
release the lever.
2. SEAT HEIGHT ADJUSTING KNOB
To change the seat height, turn the
knob either way.
3. SEATBACK
LEVER
ANGLE
ADJUSTING
Lean forward and pull the lever up.
Then lean back to the desired angle
and release the lever.
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—Adjusting driver’s seat
(power seat)
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of sliding under
the lap belt during a collision, avoid
reclining the seatback any more than
needed. The seat belts provide maximum protection in a frontal or rear
collision when the driver and the passenger are sitting up straight and
well back in the seats. If you are
reclined, the lap belt may slide past
your hips and apply restraint forces
directly to the abdomen. In the event
of a frontal collision, the more the
seat is reclined, the greater the risk
of personal injury.
4. SEAT
LUMBAR
ADJUSTING KNOB
1. SEAT POSITION, SEAT
ANGLE
AND
SEAT
ADJUSTING SWITCH
CUSHION
HEIGHT
Move the control switch in the desired
direction.
Releasing the switch will stop the seat at
that position.
Do not place anything under the front
seats, as this might interfere with the seat
movement.
2. SEATBACK
SWITCH
ANGLE
ADJUSTING
Move the control switch in the desired
direction.
Releasing the switch will stop the seatback at that position.
SUPPORT
To change the amount of lumber support, turn the knob either way.
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—Adjusting front passenger’s
seat
1. SEAT POSITION ADJUSTING LEVER
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of sliding under
the lap belt during a collision, avoid
reclining the seatback any more than
needed. The seat belts provide maximum protection in a frontal or rear
collision when the driver and the passenger are sitting up straight and
well back in the seats. If you are
reclined, the lap belt may slide past
your hips and apply restraint forces
directly to the abdomen. In the event
of a frontal collision, the more the
seat is reclined, the greater the risk
of personal injury.
3. SEAT
LUMBAR
ADJUSTING KNOB
SUPPORT
To change the amount of lumber support, turn the knob either way.
Hold the center of the lever and pull it
up. Then slide the seat to the desired
position with slight body pressure and
release the lever.
2. SEATBACK
LEVER
ANGLE
ADJUSTING
Lean forward and pull the lever up.
Then lean back to the desired angle
and release the lever.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of sliding under
the lap belt during a collision, avoid
reclining the seatback any more than
needed. The seat belts provide maximum protection in a frontal or rear
collision when the driver and the passenger are sitting up straight and
well back in the seats. If you are
reclined, the lap belt may slide past
your hips and apply restraint forces
directly to the abdomen. In the event
of a frontal collision, the more the
seat is reclined, the greater the risk
of personal injury.
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—Folding front passenger’s
seat
3. SEATBACK FOLDING
some models)
LEVER
The front passenger’s seat
folded down using this lever.
can
(on
be
1. Pull the seatback angle adjusting lever and raise the seatback to its upright position.
2. Pull the seatback folding lever and
fold the seatback down.
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Rear seats—
—Rear seat precautions
NOTICE
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the seat, avoid
putting heavy loads on the temporary
table.
Adjustment should not be made
while the vehicle is moving.
When adjusting the seat, be careful
that the seat does not hit a passenger or luggage.
After adjusting the seat position,
try sliding it forward and backward
to make sure it is lock in position.
After adjusting the seatback, push
You can use the seatback as a temporary
table only when the vehicle is stopped.
back your body to make sure it is
locked in position.
CAUTION
To avoid serious injury:
Do not set up the seatback table
while the vehicle is moving.
Do not sit on the folded seatback.
Make sure the front passenger’s
seat is securely locked in sliding
position when you set the seat as
a temporary table.
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—Adjusting second seats
When returning seats to their original position, observe the following
precautions in order to prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden stop:
Be careful not to get your hands or
feet pinched in the seat.
Make sure the seat is securely
locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback or
by trying to pull up the edge of the
bottom cushion. Failure to do so
will prevent the seat belt from operating properly.
Make sure the seat belts are not
twisted or caught under the seat
and are arranged in their proper
position and are ready to use.
Folding the seats up will enlarge the luggage compartment. See “Luggage stowage
precautions” on page 374 in Section 2 for
precautions when loading luggage.
Outside seat
Center seat
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—Tumbling second seat for
third seat entry
1. SEAT POSITION ADJUSTING LEVER
Hold the center of the lever and pull it
up. Then slide the seat to the desired
position with slight body pressure and
release the lever.
2. SEATBACK
ANGLE
ADJUSTING
LEVER/STRAP (from front)
Lean forward and pull the lever or strap
toward you. Then lean back to the desired angle and release the lever or
strap.
3. SEATBACK
ANGLE
STRAP (from rear)
ADJUSTING
Pull the strap and push the seatback
forward or pull it backward to the desired angle and release the strap.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of sliding under
the lap belt during a collision, avoid
reclining the seatback any more than
needed. The seat belts provide maximum protection in a frontal or rear
collision when the passengers are sitting up straight and well back in the
seats. If you are reclined, the lap belt
may slide past your hips and apply
restraint forces directly to the abdomen. In the event of a frontal collision, the more the seat is reclined,
the greater the risk of personal injury.
For access to the third seat, perform
the following procedure.
Fold down the seatback while pulling the
seatback angle adjusting lever or strap
and swing up the seat.
After passengers are in, return the seat
until it locks securely, and lift up the seat
back by pulling the lever or strap.
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CAUTION
After returning the seat, make sure
the seat is securely locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top
of the seatback or by trying to pull
up the edge of the bottom cushion.
Failure to do so will prevent seat belt
from operating properly.
When returning the tumbled
seat to its original position:
second
Once the seat is moved from the
tumbled position to the folded- down
position, it cannot be directly returned
to the tumbled position again. (It is impossible to operate the seat in the order 1→2→1.) When you return the
folded- down seat (position 2) to its
tumbled position (position 1), you must
return the folded- down seat (position 2)
to its original position (position 3)
once. (It is possible to operate the seat
in the order 1→2→3→1.)
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—Tumbling second seats
(outer seats)
BEFORE TUMBLING SECOND
(7- passenger models)
SEATS
1. Stow the second seat belt buckles
as shown in the illustration.
This prevents the buckles from sticking
out when you tumble the second seats.
2. Make sure the shoulder belt passes
through the hanger when folding the
second seat.
This prevents the shoulder belt from being
damaged.
TUMBLING SECOND SEATS
1. Lower the head restraint to the lowest position. Hold the center of the
lever and pull it up. Then slide the
seat to the rear- most lock position.
CAUTION
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the seat belt
buckles, the buckles must be stowed
before you fold the seatback.
The seat belt must be removed from
the hanger when the seat belt is in
use.
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2. 7- passenger models only: Pull the
armrests up.
3. Fold down the seatback while pulling
the seatback angle adjusting lever or
strap and swing up the seat.
If the front seat is in the way, adjust it
so it will not interfere.
4. Take the holding strap out of the
pocket. Pass the strap through the
assist grip, and hook it as shown in
the illustration.
CAUTION
When returning the second seat to its
original position, put the holding strap into
the pocket.
Make sure the seat is free of people
NOTICE
or luggage. Then, hold the seat and
slowly move it. Otherwise, people
may be injured or luggage may be
damaged if the seat hits them.
To avoid serious injury, do not sit
on the folded seatback.
Do not use anything other than the
assist grip to hold the second seat.
The holding strap must be stowed
into the pocket when it is not in
use.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
When tumbling the second seats,
To avoid serious injury:
Do not set up the seatback table
fix the seats securely by adjusting
the length of the holding strap.
Failure to do so may cause an unexpected accident or severe injury
in the event of emergency braking
or a collision.
while the vehicle is moving.
Do not sit on the folded seatback.
Make sure the second seat is securely locked in position when you
set the second seat as a temporary
table.
Do not sit on the third seats when
the second seat is tumbled in order
to prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden stop.
You can use the seatback as a temporary
table only when the vehicle is stopped.
When you fold down the seatback from its
upright position, the rear leg locks will
disengage. In this case, lift up the seat
and fold down again to engage the rear
leg locks.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the seat, avoid
putting heavy loads on the temporary
table.
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When returning the tumbled
seat to its original position:
second
Once the seat is moved from the
tumbled position to the folded- down
position, it cannot be directly returned
to the tumbled position again. (It is impossible to operate the seat in the order 1→2→1.) When you return the
folded- down seat (position 2) to its
tumbled position (position 1), you must
return the folded- down seat (position 2)
to its original position (position 3)
once. (It is possible to operate the seat
in the order 1→2→3→1.)
CAUTION
When folding or returning the seat,
observe the following precautions in
order to prevent personal injury:
Do not fold or remove the seat
while the vehicle is moving.
Be careful not to get your hands or
feet pinched in the seat.
When returning seats to their original
position, observe the following precautions in order to prevent personal
injury in a collision or sudden stop:
Make sure the seat is securely
locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback or
by trying to pull up the edge of the
bottom cushion. Failure to do so
will prevent the seat belt from operating properly.
Make sure the seat belts are not
twisted or caught in the seatback
and are arranged in their proper
position and are ready to use.
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—Tumbling second seat
(center seat)
TUMBLING SECOND SEAT
1. Lower the head restraint to the lowest position. Hold the center of the
lever and pull it up. Then slide the
seat to the rear- most lock position.
2. Fold down the seatback while pulling
the seatback angle adjusting strap.
3. Pull the seat lock release lever (red)
and swing up the seat.
If the front seats are in the way, adjust
it so it will not interfere.
If the seat is not in the rear- most lock
position, the rear leg will not unlock. In
this case, slide the seat to the rear- most
lock position and then do the above operation again.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
Make sure the seat is free of people
When tumbling the second seats,
or luggage. Then, hold the seat and
slowly move it. Otherwise, people
may be injured or luggage may be
damaged if the seat hits them.
fix the seats securely by adjusting
the length of the holding strap.
Failure to do so may cause an unexpected accident or severe injury
in the event of emergency braking
or a collision.
To avoid serious injury, do not sit
on the folded seatback.
Do not sit on the third seats when
the second seat is tumbled in order
to prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden stop.
4. Take the holding strap out of the
pocket. Pass the strap through the
assist grip, and hook it as shown in
the illustration.
When returning the second seat to its
original position, put the holding strap into
the pocket.
NOTICE
Do not use anything other than the
assist grip to hold the second seat.
The holding strap must be stowed
into the pocket when it is not in
use.
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NOTICE
To prevent damage to the seat, avoid
putting heavy loads on the temporary
table.
CAUTION
When folding or returning the seat,
observe the following precautions in
order to prevent personal injury:
Do not fold or remove the seat
while the vehicle is moving.
Be careful not to get your hands or
feet pinched in the seat.
You can use the seatback as a temporary
table only when the vehicle is stopped.
CAUTION
To avoid serious injury:
Do not set up the seatback table
while the vehicle is moving.
Do not sit on the folded seatback.
Make sure the second seat is securely locked in position when you
set the second seat as a temporary
table.
When returning seats to their original
position, observe the following precautions in order to prevent personal
injury in a collision or sudden stop:
Make sure the seat is securely
locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback or
by trying to pull up the edge of the
bottom cushion. Failure to do so
will prevent the seat belt from operating properly.
Make sure the seat belts are not
twisted or caught in the seatback
and are arranged in their proper
position and are ready to use.
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—Removing second seats
(outer seats)
BEFORE REMOVING SECOND
(7- passenger models)
SEATS
1. Stow the second seat belt buckles
as shown in the illustration.
This prevents the buckles from sticking
out when you fold up the second seats.
2. Make sure the shoulder belts pass
through the hangers when folding
the second seat.
This prevents the shoulder belt from being
damaged.
REMOVING SECOND SEATS
1. Lower the head restraint to the lowest position. Hold the center of the
lever and pull it up. Then slide the
seat to the rear- most lock position.
CAUTION
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the seat belt
buckles, the buckles must be stowed
before you fold the seatback.
The seat belt must be removed from
the hanger when the seat belt is in
use.
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2. 7- passenger models only: Pull the
armrests up.
3. Fold down the seatback while pulling
the seatback angle adjusting lever or
strap and swing up the seat.
4. Pull and hold the front leg release
strap and fold down the seat. Then
the front leg locks will disengage
and you can remove the seat.
CAUTION
Make sure the seat is free of people
CAUTION
or luggage. Then, hold the seat and
slowly move it. Otherwise, people
may be injured or luggage may be
damaged if the seat hits them.
When removing the seat, observe the
following to prevent personal injury:
To avoid serious injury, do not sit
Be careful not to get your hands or
on the folded seatback.
Do not fold or remove the seat
while the vehicle is moving.
feet pinched in the seat.
Be careful not to hit the removed
seat against a person or drop it on
yourself.
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—Installing second seats
(outer seats)
To prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden stop:
Do not sit on or place anything on
Front of the vehicle
Front of the vehicle
the folded seatback while driving.
Do not leave the removed seat
loose in the vehicle.
Do not try to sit on or place anything on the removed seat.
NOTICE
Avoid putting heavy loads on the
removed seat. The metallic tips of
the seat leg may be damaged and
the seat cannot be reinstalled.
Do not carry the removed seat with
holding the seat position adjusting
lever. Otherwise, the seat may slide
and not installed properly. If you
slide the removed seat, return the
seat to the rear- most position before it is installed.
7- passenger models
8- passenger models
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When you install the second seats, be
sure to place it where the seat is originally positioned because each second
seat is not interchangeable. You can
distinguish the original seat position by
the position of the front seat leg pin
and the shape of the seat striker bezel
in the floor.
The right side second seat has a pin in
the outside of the right front leg and the
left side second seat has a pin in the
outside of the left front leg as shown in
the illustration.
CAUTION
You must install the seat in proper
position to wear the seat belt properly. Failure to be properly restrained
with the seat belt in an accident can
cause death or serious injury. Refer
to the label on the side of the seat
for additional installation instructions.
1. Align the front leg hooks with the
rear strikers in the floor. Then swing
up the seat.
2. Make sure the front leg is locked
securely, fold down the seat and engage the rear leg lock.
NOTICE
You must install the seat in its original position. If it is installed in the
wrong position, the seat lock or bezel
will be damaged.
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You can easily align the front leg hooks
with the rear strikers by using the floor
bezel. Put the front legs of the seat short
of the rear strikers as shown in the illustration. Then slide the seat forward
along the groove of the bezel until the
front legs will reach the striker. Make sure
the front legs align with the striker, swing
up the seat.
NOTICE
When installing the seat, make sure
to align the front leg hooks with both
of the rearmost strikers in the floor.
If you align the legs with the front
strikers, the bezel in the floor will be
damaged.
If you lock the rear legs before the front
legs are locked securely, disengage the
rear leg lock by pushing the red pin inside
each rear leg. Then reinstall the seat following the correct procedure.
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When returning the tumbled
seat to its original position:
second
Once the seat is moved from the
tumbled position to the folded- down
position, it cannot be directly returned
to the tumbled position again. (It is impossible to operate the seat in the order 1→2→1.) When you return the
folded- down seat (position 2) to its
tumbled position (position 1), you must
return the folded- down seat (position 2)
to its original position (position 3)
once. (It is possible to operate the seat
in the order 1→2→3→1.)
CAUTION
When reinstalling the seat, observe
the following to prevent personal injury:
Do not reinstall the seat while the
vehicle is moving.
Be careful not to get your hands or
feet pinched in the seat.
Be careful not to hit the removed
seat against a person or drop it on
yourself.
After folding or installing the seat,
push it forward and backward to
make sure it is locked in position.
When reinstalling seats to their original position, observe the following
precautions in order to prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden
stop:
Make sure the seat is securely
locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback or
by trying to pull up the edge of the
bottom cushion. Failure to do so
will prevent the seat belt from operating properly.
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Make sure the seat belts are not
twisted or caught under the seat
and are arranged in their proper
position and are ready to use.
7- passenger models only: The right
side seat can be moved to the inside
when the console box is not installed
between the second seats.
Install each seat in the same position from which it was removed.
Failure to do so will prevent the
occupants from using seat belts
properly.
Do not reinstall the seat with its
back facing forward.
Make sure the seat is securely
locked in the proper position.
NOTICE
Do not carry the removed seat by
holding the seat position adjusting lever. Otherwise, the seat may slide and
not be installed properly. If you slide
the removed seat, return the seat to
the rear- most position before it is
installed.
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—Removing second seat
(center seat)
REMOVING CENTER SECOND SEAT
1. Lower the head restraint to the lowest position. Hold the center of the
lever and pull it up. Then slide the
seat to the rear- most lock position.
2. Fold down the seatback while pulling
the seatback angle adjusting strap.
3. Pull the rear leg release lever (red)
and swing up the seat.
If the seat is not in the rear- most lock
position, the rear leg will not unlock. In
this case, slide the seat to the rear- most
lock position and then do the above operation again.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
Make sure the seat is free of people
When removing the seat, observe the
following to prevent personal injury:
or luggage. Then, hold the seat and
slowly move it. Otherwise, people
may be injured or luggage may be
damaged if the seat hits them.
Do not fold or remove the seat
while the vehicle is moving.
Be careful not to get your hands or
To avoid serious injury, do not sit
feet pinched in the seat.
on the folded seatback.
Be careful not to hit the removed
seat against a person or drop it on
yourself.
4. Pull and hold the front leg release
strap and fold down the seat. Then
the front leg locks will disengage
and you can remove the seat.
To prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden stop:
Do not sit on or place anything on
the folded seatback while driving.
Do not leave the removed seat
loose in the vehicle.
Do not try to sit on or place anything on the removed seat.
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—Installing seconds seat
(center seat)
NOTICE
Avoid putting heavy loads on the
removed seat. The metallic tips of
the seat leg may be damaged and
the seat cannot be reinstalled.
Do not carry the removed seat with
holding the seat position adjusting
lever.
Front of the vehicle
When you install the second seats, be
sure to place it where the seat is originally positioned because each second
seat is not interchangeable. You can
distinguish the original seat position by
the position of the front seat leg pin
and the shape of the seat striker bezel
in the floor.
The second center seat has a pin in the
inside of the right front leg as shown in
the illustration.
CAUTION
You must install the seat in proper
position to wear the seat belt properly. Failure to be properly restrained
with the seat belt in an accident can
cause death or serious injury. Refer
to the label on the side of the seat
for additional installation instructions.
NOTICE
You must install the seat in its original position. If it is installed in the
wrong position, the seat lock or bezel
will be damaged.
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1. Align the front leg hooks with the
rear strikers in the floor. Then swing
up the seat.
2. Make sure the front leg is locked
securely, fold down the seat and engage the rear leg lock.
You can easily align the front leg hooks
with the rear strikers by using the floor
bezel. Put the front legs of the seat short
of the rear strikers as shown in the illustration. Then slide the seat forward
along the groove of the bezel until the
front legs will reach the striker. Make sure
the front legs align with the striker, swing
up the seat.
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NOTICE
When installing the seat, make sure
to align the front leg hooks with the
rearmost strikers of each pair in the
floor. If you align the legs with the
front strikers, the bezel in the floor
will be damaged.
If you lock the rear legs before the front
legs are not lock securely, disengage the
rear leg lock by pulling the rear leg release lever. Then reinstall the seat following the correct procedure.
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INSTALLING THE SECOND
SEAT IN THE FRONT AND
POSITION
CENTER
CENTER
The second center seat can be used in
the forward position.
To use the center second seat in the forward position, install according to the following procedure.
BEFORE INSTALLING THE SECOND
CENTER SEAT IN FRONT AND CENTER
POSITION
2. For vehicles equipped with the front
seat side table, pull up the lock release lever and fold the table down.
1. Slide the front seats forward from
the rear- most position, stand the
seatbacks to the upright position.
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2. Push the foot pedal forward to securely latch the front leg locks. Make
sure the front leg is locked securely,
fold down the seat and engage the
rear leg lock.
INSTALLING THE SECOND
SEAT IN THE FRONT AND
POSITION
CENTER
CENTER
1. Remove the second center seat from
the normal position. (For details, see
“—Removing second seat (center
seat)” on page 80 in this section.)
Align the front leg hook with the
rear striker of the forward pair. Then
swing the seat until it reaches the
folded seat side table.
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—Adjusting third seats
CAUTION
When reinstalling the seat, observe
the following to prevent personal injury:
Do not reinstall the seat while the
vehicle is moving.
Be careful not to get your hands or
feet pinched in the seat.
Make sure the seat belts are not
twisted or caught under the seat
and are arranged in their proper
position and are ready to use.
Install each seat in the same position from which it was removed.
Failure to do so will prevent the
occupants from using seat belts
properly.
Be careful not to hit the removed
Do not reinstall the seat with its
seat against a person or drop it on
yourself.
Make sure the seat is securely
After folding or installing the seat,
push it forward and backward to
make sure it is locked in position.
When reinstalling seats to their original position, observe the following
precautions in order to prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden
stop:
back facing forward.
locked in the proper position.
NOTICE
Do not carry the removed seat by
holding the seat position adjusting lever.
Make sure the seat is securely
locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback or
by trying to pull up the edge of the
bottom cushion. Failure to do so
will prevent the seat belt from operating properly.
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—Stowing third seats
SEATBACK ANGLE ADJUSTING STRAP
Lean forward and pull the strap forward. Then lean back to the desired
angle and release the strap.
CAUTION
Align both seatbacks at the same
angle when a person sits in the
third seat center position. Otherwise, the person cannot wear the
seat belt properly and this may
cause serious injuries in a collision.
To reduce the risk of sliding under
the lap belt during a collision,
avoid reclining the seatback any
more than needed. The seat belts
provide maximum protection in a
frontal or rear collision when the
passengers are sitting up straight
and well back in the seats. If you
are reclined, the lap belt may slide
past your hips and apply restraint
forces directly to the abdomen. In
the event of a frontal collision, the
more the seat is reclined, the greater the risk of personal injury.
BEFORE STOWING THIRD SEATS
1. Stow the third seat belt buckles as
shown in the illustration.
This prevents the belt buckles from falling
out when you stow the third seat.
NOTICE
The seat belt buckles must be stowed
before you stow the third seat.
2. To stow the center seat belt, pull it
slightly out of its cover. It will automatically roll back partway. Roll the
seat belt backwards as shown above
and insert it into the slot of its cover. Make sure the tabs are securely
locked in the cover.
NOTICE
The seat belt must be stowed before
you fold the seatback.
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STOWING THIRD SEATS
1. Lower the head restraint to the lowest position.
2. Pull the seatback angle adjusting
strap (“TO FOLD/LIFT SEATBACK”
printed on its surface), then fold
down the seatback.
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3. Pull and hold the seat lock release
strap (“TO STOW/USE” printed on its
surface) and lift up the seat rearward. Then push the seat down.
4. Push the seat against the floor and
make sure it is locked securely.
If the seat does not lift up when the seat
lock release strap (“TO STOW/USE”
printed on its surface) is pulled, reset as
following procedure.
Lift the seatback by pulling on the seatback angle adjusting strap (“TO FOLD/
LIFT SEATBACK” printed on its surface).
Then push the seatback down again.
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To return the third seats, perform the
following procedure.
1. Pull and hold the seat lock release
strap (“TO STOW/USE” printed on its
surface), then lift up the seat rearward. Push the seat forward and
then engage the front leg locks.
Make sure the front legs are locked
securely.
If the seat does not lift up when the seat
lock release strap (“TO STOW/USE”
printed on its surface) is pulled, reset as
following procedure.
Lift the seatback by pulling on the seatback angle adjusting strap (“TO FOLD/
LIFT SEATBACK” printed on its surface).
Then push the seatback down again.
2. Pull the seatback angle adjusting
strap (“TO FOLD/LIFT SEATBACK”
printed on its surface) and raise the
seatback.
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CAUTION
When stowing or returning the seat,
observe the following precautions in
order to prevent personal injury:
Make sure the seat is free of people
or luggage. Then, hold the seat and
slowly move it. Otherwise, people
may be injured or luggage may be
damaged if the seat hits them.
Be careful not to get your hands or
feet pinched in the seat.
Do not stow and return the seats
CAUTION
Do not sit on the third seat when it
is in the stowed position as shown in
the illustration. It may cause an accident or severe injury in the event of
emergency braking or collision.
when you are inside the vehicle in
order to prevent pinching your
hands or feet in the seat. Be sure
to stow and return the seats from
outside the vehicle.
When returning seats to their original
position, observe the following precautions in order to prevent personal
injury in a collision or sudden stop:
Make sure the seat is securely
locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback or
by trying to pull up the edge of the
bottom cushion. Failure to do so
will prevent the seat belt from operating properly.
Make sure the seat belts are not
twisted or caught in the seatback
and are arranged in their proper
position and are ready to use.
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Head restraints
Armrests
For your safety and comfort, adjust the
head restraint before driving.
To raise: Pull it up.
To lower: Push it down while pressing the
lock release button.
Third seats—When an occupant sits on
the seat, always pull up the head restraint
to the lock position.
The head restraint is most effective when
it is close to your head. Therefore, using
a cushion on the seatback is not recommended.
Front and second seats
CAUTION
Adjust the center of the head restraint so that it is closest to the
top of your ears.
After adjusting the head restraint,
To use the armrest, pull it down as
shown above.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the armrest,
avoid putting heavy loads on it.
make sure it is locked in position.
Do not drive with the head restraints removed.
Third seats
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Seat heaters
CAUTION
Occupants must use caution when operating the seat heater because it
may make them feel too hot or cause
burns at low temperatures (erythema,
varicella). Use extra caution for;
Babies, small children, elderly persons, sick persons or handicapped
persons
To turn on the seat heater, move the
dial upward (“L” dial for the left front
seat and “R” dial for the right front
seat). At this time, the indicator light
will illuminate to indicate the seat heater is operating.
Move the dial upward or downward to adjust to the desired temperature.
Persons who have delicate skin
Persons who are exhausted
Persons who have taken alcohol or
NOTICE
Do not put unevenly weighed objects on the seat and do not stick
sharp objects (needles, nails, etc.)
into the seat.
When cleaning the seats, do not
use organic substances (paint thinner, benzine, alcohol, gasoline,
etc.). They may damage the heater
and seat surface.
To prevent the battery from being
discharged, turn the switch off
when the engine is not running.
drugs which induce sleep (sleeping
drug, cold remedy, etc.)
To prevent the seat from overheating,
do not use the seat heater with a
blanket, cushion, or other insulating
objects which cover the seat.
To turn it off, move the dial downward
until it stops.
When the seat heater is not in use, move
the dial fully downward.
The key must be in the “ON” position to
operate seat heaters.
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Seat belts—
—Seat belt precautions
Toyota strongly urges that the driver and
passengers in the vehicle be properly restrained at all times with the seat belts
provided. Failure to do so could increase
the chance of injury and/or the severity of
injury in accidents.
The seat belts provided for your vehicle
are designed for people of adult size,
large enough to properly wear them.
Child. Use a child restraint system appropriate for the child until the child becomes large enough to properly wear the
vehicle’s seat belts. See “Child restraint”
on page 121 in this section for details.
If a child is too large for a child restraint
system, the child should sit in the rear
seat and must be restrained using the
vehicle’s seat belt. According to accident
statistics, the child is safer when properly
restrained in the rear seat than in the
front seat.
If a child must sit in the front seat, the
seat belts should be worn properly. If an
accident occurs and the seat belts are not
worn properly, the force of the rapid inflation of the airbag may cause death or
serious injury to the child.
Do not allow the child to stand up or
kneel on either rear or front seats. An
unrestrained child could suffer serious injury or death during emergency braking or
a collision. Also, do not let the child sit
on your lap. It does not provide sufficient
restraint.
Pregnant woman. Toyota recommends the
use of a seat belt. Ask your doctor for
specific recommendations. The lap belt
should be worn securely and as low as
possible over the hips and not on the
waist.
Injured person. Toyota recommends the
use of a seat belt. Depending on the injury, first check with your doctor for specific
recommendations.
CAUTION
Persons should ride in their seats
properly wearing their seat belts
whenever the vehicle is moving.
Otherwise, they are much more likely
to suffer serious bodily injury or
death in the event of sudden braking
or a collision.
When using the seat belts, observe
the following:
Use the belt for only one person at
a time. Do not use a single belt for
two or more people—even children.
Avoid reclining the seatbacks too
much. The seat belts provide maximum protection when the seatbacks
are in the upright position. (Refer
to the seat adjustment instructions.)
Be careful not to damage the belt
webbing or hardware. Take care that
they do not get caught or pinched
in the seat or doors.
Inspect the belt system periodically.
Check for cuts, fraying, and loose
parts. Damaged parts should be replaced. Do not disassemble or
modify the system.
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—Front and rear seat belts
If the seat belt cannot be pulled out of the
retractor, firmly pull the belt and release
it. You will then be able to smoothly pull
the belt out of the retractor.
Keep the belts clean and dry. If
they need cleaning, use a mild soap
solution or lukewarm water. Never
use bleach, dye, or abrasive cleaners—they may severely weaken the
belts. (See “Cleaning the interior”
on page 421 in Section 5.)
When a passenger’s shoulder belt is completely extended and is then retracted
even slightly, the belt is locked in that
position and cannot be extended. This feature is used to hold the child restraint
system securely. (For details, see “Child
restraint” on page 121 in this section.) To
free the belt again, fully retract the belt
and then pull the belt out once more.
Replace the belt assembly (including bolts) if it has been used in a
severe impact. The entire assembly
should be replaced even if damage
is not obvious.
Adjust the seat as needed and sit
straight and well back in the seat.
fasten your belt, pull it out of the
tractor and insert the tab into
buckle.
up
To
rethe
You will hear a click when the tab locks
into the buckle.
The seat belt length automatically adjusts
to your size and the seat position.
The retractor will lock the belt during a
sudden stop or on impact. It also may
lock if you lean forward too quickly. A
slow, easy motion will allow the belt to
extend, and you can move around freely.
CAUTION
After inserting the tab, make sure
the tab and buckle are locked and
that the belt is not twisted.
Do not insert coins, clips, etc. in
the buckle as this may prevent you
from properly latching the tab and
buckle.
If the seat belt does not function
normally, immediately contact your
Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat
until the seat belt is fixed. It cannot
protect an adult occupant or your
child from injury.
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CAUTION
Always make sure the shoulder belt
is positioned across the center of
your shoulder. The belt should be
kept away from your neck, but not
falling off your shoulder. Failure to
do so could reduce the amount of
protection in an accident and cause
serious injuries in a collision.
Seat belts for seats with outside armrests—
Seat belts with an adjustable shoulder
anchor—
Fasten your belt, ensuring that the shoulder portion of the belt passes over the top
of the outside armrest and that the lap
portion of the belt passes under the outside armrest as shown.
Adjust the shoulder anchor position to
your size.
CAUTION
After adjustment make sure the anchor is
locked in position.
To raise: Slide the anchor up.
To lower: Push in the lock release button
and slide the anchor down.
Always wear the belt with the shoulder portion over the outside armrest
and the lap portion under the outside
armrest. Failure to do so may increase the chance of injury in an accident.
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CAUTION
Take up
slack
Too high
Both high- positioned lap belts and
loose- fitting belts could cause serious injuries due to sliding under
the lap belt during a collision or
other unintended result. Keep the
lap belt positioned as low on hips
as possible.
For your safety, do not place the
shoulder belt under your arm.
Keep as low on
hips as possible
Adjust the position
shoulder belts.
of
the
Position the lap belt as low as
on your hips—not on your waist,
just it to a snug fit by pulling the
portion upward through the latch
lap and
possible
then adshoulder
plate.
To release the belt, press the buckle- release button and allow the belt to retract.
If the belt does not retract smoothly, pull
it out and check for kinks or twists. Then
make sure it remains untwisted as it retracts.
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CAUTION
Make sure the both buckles are correctly located and securely latched.
Failure to properly match the buckle
and tab may cause serious injury in
case of an accident or a collision.
CENTER SEAT BELT OF THE THIRD
SEATS
Two buckles and tabs for center seat
belt of the third seats
The center seat belt of the third seats is
a 3- point type restraint with 2 buckles.
Both seat belt buckles must be correctly
located and securely latched for proper
operation.
The 2 tabs have different shape for its
end so that the belt is not buckled in the
wrong place.
Make sure the buckle 1 is securely
latched for ready use of the center seat
belt of the third seats.
Buckle 1—Properly matches with hooked
end tab
Buckle 2—Properly matches with round
end tab
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—Stowing seat belt buckles of
the second and third seats
To release the concave end tab, insert the
key into the hole on buckle 1 and allow
the belt to retract.
Second (7- passenger models)
CAUTION
Do not use the center seat belt of the
third seats with either buckle released. Fastening only the shoulder
belt or lap belt may cause serious
personal injury in case of a sudden
braking or a collision.
Third
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—Stowing the center seat belt
of the third seats
The seat belt buckles of the second
seats (7- passenger models) and third
seats can be stowed when not in use.
Seat belt buckles must be stowed before
you fold the seat back. (See “—Tumbling
second seats (outer seats)” on page 66,
“—Removing second seats (outer seats)”
on page 73 and “—Stowing third seats” on
page 88 in this section.)
STOWING THE CENTER SEAT BELT OF
THE THIRD SEATS
PULLING OUT THE CENTER SEAT BELT
OF THE THIRD SEATS
To stow the center seat belt of the third
seats, pull the seat belt out of its cover. It will automatically roll back partway. Roll the seat belt backward and
insert it into the slot of its cover as
shown above. Make sure the tabs are
securely locked in the cover.
To use the center seat belt of the third
seats, pull the tab (1) out, then pull the
belt out a little and pull the tab (2) out
from the cover.
Seat belt must be stowed before you fold
the seatback. (See “—Stowing third seats”
on page 88 in this section.)
If the seat belt cannot be pulled out of the
retractor, firmly pull the belt and release
it. You will then be able to smoothly pull
the belt out of the retractor.
NOTICE
Stow the center seat belt of the third
seats except when you are wearing it.
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—Seat belt extender
If your seat belts cannot be fastened securely because they are not long enough,
a personalized seat belt extender is available from your Toyota dealer free of
charge.
Please contact your local Toyota dealer so
that the dealer can order the proper required length for the extender. Bring the
heaviest coat you expect to wear for proper measurement and selection of length.
Additional ordering information is available
at your Toyota dealer.
CAUTION
When using the seat belt extender,
observe the following precautions.
Failure to follow these instructions
could reduce the effectiveness of the
seat belt restraint system in case of
vehicle
accident,
increasing
the
chance of personal injury.
Never use the seat belt extender if
you can fasten the seat belt without
it.
Remember that the extender provided for you may not be safe when
used on a different vehicle, for
another person, or at a different
seating position than the one originally intended.
To connect the extender to the seat
belt, insert the tab into the seat belt
buckle so that the “PRESS” signs on
the buckle- release buttons of the extender and the seat belt are both facing
outward as shown.
You will hear a click when the tab locks
into the buckle.
When releasing the seat belt, press on
the buckle- release button on the extender,
not on the seat belt. This helps prevent
damage to the vehicle interior and extender itself.
When not in use, remove the extender
and store in the vehicle for future use.
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—Seat belt comfort guides
CAUTION
CAUTION
After inserting the tab, make sure
Make sure the belt is not twisted and
that it lies flat.
the tab and buckle are locked and
that the seat belt extender is not
twisted.
Do not insert coins, clips, etc. in
the buckle as this may prevent you
from properly latching the tab and
buckle.
If the seat belt does not function
normally, immediately contact your
Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat
until the seat belt is fixed. It cannot
protect an adult occupant or your
child from injury.
The shoulder belt comfort guide for the
outside third seats will provide added
seat belt comfort for children who have
outgrown child restraints and for small
adults. When the shoulder belt is inserted through the guide, the comfort
guide pulls the belt away from the neck
and head of an occupant.
For wearing the seat belt, see “—Front
and rear seat belts” on page 96 in this
section. Make sure the shoulder belt
crosses the shoulder.
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—Front seat belt
pretensioners
The driver and front passenger’s seat
belt pretensioners are designed to be
activated in response to a severe frontal impact.
When the airbag sensor detects the shock
of a severe frontal impact, the front seat
belts are quickly drawn back in by the
retractors so that the belts snugly restrain
the front seat occupants.
The front seat belt pretensioners are activated even with no passenger in the front
seat.
The seat belt pretensioners and SRS airbags may not operate together in case of
collisions at certain speeds and angles.
This indicator comes on when the ignition key is turned to the “ON” position.
It goes off after about 6 seconds. This
means the front seat belt pretensioners
are operating properly.
The front seat belt pretensioner system
mainly consists of the following components and their locations are shown in the
illustration.
This warning light system monitors the
airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensors, side and curtain shield airbag sensors, curtain shield airbag sensors, driver’s seat position sensor, driver’s seat belt
buckle switch, front seat belt pretensioner
assemblies, inflators, warning light, interconnecting wiring and power sources. (For
details, see “Service reminder indicators
and warning buzzers” on page 165 in Section 1- 5.)
2. SRS warning light
1. Front airbag sensors
3. Front seat belt pretensioner assemblies
4. Airbag sensor assembly
The front seat belt pretensioners are controlled by the airbag sensor assembly. The
airbag sensor assembly consists of a safing sensor and airbag sensor.
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When the front seat belt pretensioners are
activated, an operating noise may be
heard and a small amount of smoke- like
gas may be released. This gas is harmless and does not indicate that a fire is
occurring.
Once the front seat belt pretensioners
have been activated, the seat belt retractors remain locked.
CAUTION
Do not modify, remove, strike or open
the front seat belt pretensioner assemblies, airbag sensor or surrounding area or wiring. Doing so may
cause sudden operation of the front
seat belt pretensioners or disable the
system, which could result in death
or serious personal injury.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death or serious injuries. Consult your Toyota dealer
about any repairs and modifications.
NOTICE
Do not perform any of the following
changes without
consulting your
Toyota dealer. Such changes can
interfere with proper operation of the
front seat belt pretensioners in some
cases.
Installation of electronic devices
such as a mobile two- way radio,
cassette tape player or compact
disc player
Repairs on or near the front seat
belt pretensioner assemblies
Modification of the suspension system
Modification of the front end structure
Attachment of a grille guard (bull
bar, kangaroo bar, etc.), snowplow,
winches or any other equipment to
the front end
Repairs made on or near the front
fenders, front end structure or console
This front seat belt pretensioner system
has a service reminder indicator to inform
the driver of operating problems. If any of
the following conditions occurs, this
indicates a malfunction of the airbags or
pretensioners. Contact your Toyota dealer
as soon as possible to service the
vehicle.
The light does not come on when the
ignition key is turned to the “ON” position, or remains on.
The light comes on or flashes while
driving.
If either front seat belt does not retract
or cannot be pulled out due to a malfunction or activation of the relevant
front seat belt pretensioner.
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SRS driver airbag and front
passenger airbag
Your vehicle is equipped with a crash
sensing and diagnostic module, which will
record the use of the seat belt restraint
system by the driver and front passenger
when the SRS front airbags are inflated.
CAUTION
The driver or front passenger who is
too close to the steering wheel or
dashboard during airbag deployment
can be killed or seriously injured.
Toyota strongly recommends that:
If the following cases, contact your Toyota
dealer as soon as possible:
The front of the vehicle (shaded in the
illustration) was involved in an accident
that was not severe enough to cause
the front seat belt pretensioners to operate.
Either front seat belt pretensioner assembly
or
surrounding
area
is
scratched, cracked, or otherwise damaged.
The SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) front airbags are designed to provide further protection for the driver
and front passenger in addition to the
primary safety protection provided by
the seat belts.
In response to a severe frontal impact,
the SRS front airbags work together with
the seat belts to help reduce injury by
inflating. The SRS front airbags help to
reduce injuries mainly to the driver’s or
front passenger’s head or chest caused by
directly hitting the steering wheel or dashboard. The front passenger airbag is activated when no passenger is in the front
seat.
The driver sit as far back as possible from the steering wheel while
still maintaining control of the vehicle.
The front passenger sit as far back
as possible from the dashboard.
All vehicle occupants be properly
restrained using the available seat
belts.
Be sure to wear your seat belt properly.
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The SRS front airbags are designed to
deploy in severe (usually frontal) collisions where the magnitude and duration
of the forward deceleration of the vehicle exceeds the designed threshold
level.
The SRS front airbags will deploy if the
severity of the impact is above the designed threshold level, comparable to an
approximate 25 km/h (15 mph) collision
when the vehicle has the impact straight
into a fixed barrier that does not move or
deform.
This indicator comes on when the ignition key is turned to the “ON” position.
It goes off after about 6 seconds. This
means the SRS airbags are operating
properly.
This warning light system monitors the
airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensors, side and curtain shield airbag sensors, curtain shield airbag sensors, driver’s seat position sensor, driver’s seat belt
buckle switch, front seat belt pretensioner
assemblies, inflators, warning light, interconnecting wiring and power sources. (For
details, see “Service reminder indicators
and warning buzzers” on page 165 in Section 1- 5.)
However, this threshold velocity will be
considerably higher if the vehicle strikes
an object, such as a parked vehicle or
sign pole, which can move or deform on
impact, or if the vehicle is involved in an
underride collision (e.g. a collision in
which the front of the vehicle “underrides”,
or goes under, the bed of a truck, etc.).
It is possible that in some collisions
where the forward deceleration of the vehicle is very close to the designed threshold level, the SRS front airbags and the
seat belt pretensioners may not activate
together.
Collision from
the rear
Collision from the side
Vehicle rollover
The SRS front airbags are generally not
designed to inflate if the vehicle is involved in a side or rear collision, if it
rolls over, or if it is involved in a lowspeed frontal collision. But, whenever a
collision of any type causes sufficient
forward deceleration of the vehicle, deployment of the SRS front airbags may
occur.
For the safety of all occupants, always
wear your seat belts properly.
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Hitting a curb,
edge of pavement
or hard material
The airbag sensors constantly monitor the
forward deceleration of the vehicle. If an
impact results in a forward deceleration
beyond the designed threshold level, the
system triggers the airbag inflators. At this
time a chemical reaction in the inflators
very quickly fills the airbags with non- toxic gas to help restrain the forward motion
of the occupants. The airbags then quickly
deflate, so that there is no obstruction of
the driver’s vision should it be necessary
to continue driving.
Falling into or
jumping over a
deep hole
Landing hard or vehicle falling
The SRS front airbags may also deploy
if a serious impact occurs to the underside of your vehicle. Some examples
are shown in the illustration.
The SRS airbag system mainly consists of
the following components, and their locations are shown in the illustration.
1. Front airbag sensors
2. SRS warning light
3. Airbag module for front passenger
(airbag and inflator)
4. Driver’s seat belt buckle switch
5. Driver’s seat position sensor
When the airbags inflate, they produce a
loud noise and release some smoke and
residue along with non- toxic gas. This
does not indicate a fire. This smoke may
remain inside the vehicle for some time,
and may cause some minor irritation to
the eyes, skin or breathing. Be sure to
wash off any residue as soon as possible
to prevent any potential skin irritation with
soap and water. If you can physically and
safely exit the vehicle after a collision,
you should do so at the first opportunity.
6. Airbag sensor assembly
7. Airbag module for driver
(airbag and inflator)
The airbag sensor assembly consists of a
safing sensor and airbag sensor.
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Deployment of the airbags happens in a
fraction of a second, so the airbags must
inflate with considerable force. While the
system is designed to reduce serious injuries, primarily to the head and chest, it
may also cause other, less severe injuries
to the face, chest, arms and hands. These
are usually in the nature of minor burns
or abrasions and swelling, but the force of
a deploying airbag can cause more serious injuries, especially if an occupant’s
hands, arms, chest or head are in close
proximity to the airbag module at the time
of deployment. This is why it is important
for the occupant to: avoid placing any
object or part of the body between the
occupant and the airbag module; sit
straight and well back into the seat; wear
the available seat belt properly; and sit as
far as possible from the airbag module,
while still maintaining control of the vehicle.
Parts of the airbag module (steering wheel
hub, airbag cover and inflator) may be hot
for several minutes after deployment, so
do not touch! The airbags inflate only
once. The windshield may be damaged by
absorbing some of the force of the inflating airbag.
CAUTION
The SRS airbag system is designed
only as a supplement to the primary protection of the driver side and
front passenger side seat belt systems. The front seat occupants can
be killed or seriously injured by the
inflating airbags if they do not wear
the available seat belts properly.
During sudden braking just before
a collision, an unrestrained driver
or front passenger can move forward into direct contact with or
close proximity to the airbag which
may then deploy during the collision. To ensure maximum protection
in an accident, the driver and all
passengers in the vehicle must
wear their seat belts properly. Wearing a seat belt properly during an
accident reduces the chances of
death or serious injury or being
thrown out of the vehicle. For
instructions and precautions concerning the seat belt system, see
“Seat belts” on page 95 in this section.
Improperly seated and/or restrained
infants and children can be killed
or seriously injured by the deploying front airbag. An infant or child
who is too small to use a seat belt
should be properly secured using a
child
restraint
system.
Toyota
strongly recommends that all infants and children be placed in the
rear seat of the vehicle and properly restrained. The rear seat is the
safest for infants and children. For
instructions concerning the installation of a child restraint system, see
“Child restraint” on page 121 in this
section.
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On vehicles with side airbags and
curtain shield airbags, do not allow
the child to lean against the door
or around the door even if the child
is seated in the child restraint system. It is dangerous if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, and the impact could cause
death or serious injury to the child.
For
Move seat fully back
Never install a rear- facing child re-
A forward- facing child restraint sys-
straint system on the front passenger seat because the force of the
rapid inflation of the front passenger airbag can cause death or serious injury to the child.
tem should be allowed to be
installed on the front passenger
seat only when it is unavoidable.
Always move the seat as far back
as possible, because the force of
the deploying front passenger airbag could cause death or serious
injury to the child.
instructions concerning the
installation of a child restraint system, see “Child restraint” on page
121 in this section.
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Do not sit on the edge of the seat
Do not allow a child to stand up or
Do not put objects or your pets on
or lean over the dashboard when
the vehicle is in use, since the
front airbags inflate with considerable speed and force. Otherwise
you may be killed or seriously injured. Sit up straight and well back
in the seat, and always use your
seat belt properly.
to kneel on the front passenger
seat, since the front airbag inflates
with considerable speed and force.
Otherwise, the child may be killed
or seriously injured.
or in front of the dashboard or
steering wheel pad that houses the
front airbag system. They might restrict inflation or cause death or
serious injury as they are projected
rearward by the force of the deploying airbags. Likewise, the driver
and front passenger should not
hold objects in their arms or on
their knees.
Do not hold a child on your lap or
in your arms. Use a child restraint
system in the rear seat. For instructions concerning the installation of
a child restraint system, see “Child
restraint” on page 121 in this section.
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Do not modify or remove any wiring. Do not modify, remove, strike
or open any components such as
the steering wheel pad, steering
wheel, column cover, dashboard
near the front passenger airbag,
front passenger airbag or airbag
sensor assembly. Doing so may
cause sudden SRS front airbag
inflation or disable the system,
which could result in death or serious injury.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death or serious injury.
Consult your Toyota dealer about any
repairs and modifications.
NOTICE
Do not perform any of the following
changes without
consulting your
Toyota dealer. Such changes can interfere with proper operation of the
SRS front airbag system in some
cases.
Installation of electronic devices
such as a mobile two- way radio,
cassette tape player or compact
disc player
Modification of the suspension system
Modification of the front end structure
Attachment of a grille guard (bull
bar, kangaroo bar, etc.), snowplow,
winches or any other equipment to
the front end
Repairs made on or near the front
fenders, front end structure, console, steering column, steering
wheel or dashboard near the front
passenger airbag
This SRS front airbag system has a service reminder indicator to inform the driver
of operating problems. If either of the following conditions occurs, this indicates a
malfunction of the airbags. Contact your
Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle.
The light does not come on when the
ignition key is turned to the “ON” position, or the light remains on.
The light comes on while driving.
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SRS side airbags and curtain
shield airbags
NOTICE
Do not disconnect the battery cables
before contacting your Toyota dealer.
In the following cases, contact your Toyota
dealer as soon as possible:
The SRS front airbags have been inflated.
The front of the vehicle (shaded in the
illustration) was involved in an accident
that was not severe enough to cause
the SRS front airbags to inflate.
The SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) side airbags and curtain shield airbags are designed to provide further
protection for the driver and all window- side passengers in addition to the
primary safety protection provided by
the seat belts.
The pad section of the steering wheel
or dashboard (shaded in the illustration) is scratched, cracked, or otherwise damaged.
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In response to a severe side impact, the
SRS side airbags and curtain shield airbags work with the seat belts to help
reduce injury by inflating. The SRS side
airbags help to reduce injuries mainly to
the driver’s or front passenger’s chest and
the SRS curtain shield airbags help to
reduce injuries mainly to the driver’s and
all window- side passengers’ heads. The
SRS side airbag and curtain shield airbag
on the passenger side are activated even
with no passenger in the seat.
The curtain shield airbags may activate
even when the side airbags are not activated.
Be sure to wear your seat belt properly.
Your vehicle is equipped with a crash
sensing and diagnostic module, which will
record the use of the seat belt restraint
system by the driver and front passenger
when the SRS side airbags and curtain
shield airbags are inflated.
CAUTION
SRS side airbags and curtain shield
airbags
inflate with considerable
force. To avoid potential death or serious injury when they inflate, the
driver and all window- side passengers must:
Wear their seat belts properly.
Remain properly seated with their
back upright and against the seat at
all times.
This indicator comes on when the ignition key is turned to the “ON” position.
It goes off after about 6 seconds. This
means the SRS side airbags and curtain
shield airbags are operating properly.
This warning light system monitors the
airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensors, side and curtain shield airbag sensors, curtain shield airbag sensors, driver’s seat position sensor, driver’s seat belt
buckle switch, front seat belt pretensioner
assemblies, inflators, warning light, interconnecting wiring and power sources. (For
details, see “Service reminder indicators
and warning buzzers” on page 165 in Section 1- 5.)
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Collision from the rear
Collision from the front
Vehicle rollover
The SRS side airbag and curtain shield
airbag system may not inflate if the
vehicle is subjected to a collision from
the side at certain angles, or a collision
to the side of the vehicle body other
than the passenger compartment as
shown in the illustration.
The SRS side airbags and curtain shield
airbags are designed to inflate when the
passenger compartment area suffers a severe impact from the side.
For the safety of all occupants, always
wear your seat belts properly.
The SRS side airbags and curtain shield
airbags are not designed to inflate if
the vehicle is involved in a front or
rear collision, if it rolls over, or if it is
involved in a low- speed side collision.
The SRS side airbag and curtain shield
airbag system consists mainly of the following components, and their locations are
shown in the illustration.
1. SRS warning light
2. Curtain shield airbag modules
(airbag and inflator)
3. Side airbag modules
(airbag and inflator)
4. Curtain shield airbag sensors
5. Side and curtain shield airbag sensors
6. Airbag sensor assembly
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The SRS side airbag and curtain shield
airbag system is controlled by the airbag
sensor assembly. The airbag sensor assembly consists of a safing sensor and
airbag sensor.
In a severe side impact, the side and
curtain shield airbag sensor and/or the
curtain shield airbag sensor trigger(s) the
side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflators and/or the curtain shield airbag inflators. At this time a chemical reaction in
the inflators quickly fills the airbags with
non- toxic gas to help restrain the lateral
motion of the occupants.
When the airbags inflate, they produce a
fairly loud noise and release some smoke
and residue along with non- toxic gas. This
does not indicate a fire. This gas is normally harmless; however, for those who
have delicate skin, it may cause a minor
skin irritation. Be sure to wash off any
residue as soon as possible to prevent
any potential skin irritation.
Front seats as well as parts of all the
pillars, and roof side may be hot for several minutes, but the airbags themselves
will not be hot. The airbags are designed
to inflate only once.
CAUTION
The SRS side airbag and curtain
shield airbag system is designed
only as a supplement to the primary protection of the driver side, and
all window- side passenger side seat
belt systems. To ensure maximum
protection in an accident, the driver
and all passengers in the vehicle
must wear their seat belts. Wearing
a seat belt during an accident reduces the chances of death or serious injury or being thrown out of
the vehicle. For instructions and
precautions concerning the seat
belt system, see “Seat belts” on
page 95 in this section.
Improperly seated and/or restrained
infants and children can be killed
or seriously injured by a deploying
airbag. An infant or child who is
too small to use a seat belt should
be properly secured using a child
restraint system. Toyota strongly
recommends that all infants and
children be placed in the rear seat
of the vehicle and properly restrained. The rear seat is the safest
for infants and children. For instructions concerning the installation of a child restraint system, see
“Child restraint” on page 121 in this
section.
Deployment of the airbags happens in a
fraction of a second, so the airbags must
inflate with considerable force. While the
system is designed to reduce serious injuries, it may also cause minor burns or
abrasions and swelling.
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Do not allow a child to lean his/her
head or any part of his/her body
against the side window or the area
of the seat, pillar or roof side from
which the side airbag and curtain
shield airbag deploy even if he/she
is seated in the child restraint system. It is dangerous if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, and the impact could cause
death or serious injury to the child.
For instructions concerning the
installation of a child restraint system, see “Child restraint” on page
121 in this section.
Do not lean against the door when
Do not get your head closer to the
the vehicle is in use, since the side
airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate with considerable speed and
force. Otherwise, you may be killed
or seriously injured. Special care
should be taken especially when
you have a small child in the vehicle.
area where the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, since
these airbags inflate with considerable speed and force. Otherwise,
you may be killed or seriously injured. Special care should be taken
especially when you have a small
child in the vehicle.
Sit up straight and well back in the
seat, distributing your weight evenly
in the seat. Do not apply excessive
weight to the outer side of the front
seats with a side airbag, and to the
front pillar, rear pillar and roof side
rail with a curtain shield airbag.
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Do not allow a child to kneel on the
Do not get your head or hands out
Do not attach a cup holder or any
seat facing the side window, since
the side airbag and curtain shield
airbag inflate with considerable
speed and force. Otherwise, the
child may be killed or seriously injured.
of windows and do not allow a
child to do so. Since the curtain
shield airbags inflate with considerable speed and force, you may be
killed or seriously injured.
other device or object on or around
the door. When the side airbag inflates, the cup holder or any other
device or object will be thrown with
great force or the side airbag may
not activate correctly, resulting in
death or serious injury. Likewise,
the driver and front passenger
should not hold objects in their
arms or on their knees.
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Do not hook a hanger, heavy or
sharp pointed objects on the coat
hook. If the curtain shield airbag
inflates, those items will be thrown
away with great force or the curtain
shield airbag may not activate correctly. When you hang clothes,
hang them on the coat hook directly.
Do not use seat accessories which
Do not attach a microphone or any
other device or object around the
part where the curtain shield airbag
activates such as on the windshield
glass, side door glass, front and
side pillars, roof side and assist
grips. When the curtain shield airbag inflates, the microphone or other device or object will be thrown
with great force or the curtain
shield airbag may not activate correctly, resulting in death or serious
injury.
cover the parts where the side airbags inflate. Such accessories may
prevent the side airbags from activating correctly, causing death or
serious injury.
Do not modify or replace the seats
or upholstery of front seats with
side airbags. Such changes may
disable the system or cause the
side airbags to inflate accidentally,
resulting in death or serious injury.
Do not disassemble or repair the
front pillar and roof side rail containing the curtain shield airbags.
Such changes may disable the system or cause the curtain shield airbags to inflate accidentally, resulting in death or serious injury.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death or serious injury.
Consult your Toyota dealer about any
repairs and modifications.
NOTICE
Do not perform any of the following
changes without
consulting your
Toyota dealer. Such changes can
interfere with proper operation of the
SRS side airbag and curtain shield
airbag system in some cases.
Installation of electronic devices
such as a mobile two- way radio,
cassette tape player or compact
disc player
Modification of the suspension system
Modification of the side structure of
the passenger compartment
Repairs made on or near the console
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In the following cases, contact your Toyota
dealer as soon as possible:
The SRS side airbags and curtain
shield airbags have been inflated.
The portion of the doors (shaded in the
illustration) was involved in an accident
that was not severe enough to cause
the SRS side airbags and curtain
shield airbags to inflate.
The surface of the seats with the side
airbag (shaded in the illustration) is
scratched, cracked, or otherwise damaged.
This SRS side airbag and curtain shield
airbag system has a service reminder
indicator to inform the driver of operating
problems. If either of the following
conditions
occurs,
this
indicates
a
malfunction of the airbags. Contact your
Toyota dealer as soon as possible to
service the vehicle.
The light does not come on when the
ignition key is turned to the “ON” position, or the light remains on.
The portion of the front and side pillars
and roof side rail garnishes (padding)
containing the curtain shield airbags inside (shaded in the illustration) is
scratched, cracked, or otherwise damaged.
NOTICE
Do not disconnect the battery cables
before contacting your Toyota dealer.
The light comes on or flashes while
driving.
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Child restraint—
—Child restraint precautions
Toyota strongly urges the use of child
restraint systems for children small
enough to use them.
The laws of all 50 states in the U.S.A.
and Canada now require the use of a
child restraint system.
Your vehicle conforms to SAEJ1819.
If a child is too large for a child restraint
system, the child should sit in the rear
seat and must be restrained using the
vehicle’s seat belt. See “Seat belts” on
page 95 for details.
CAUTION
For effective protection in automobile accidents and sudden stops, a
child must be properly restrained,
using a seat belt or child restraint
system depending on the age and
size of the child. Holding a child in
your arms is not a substitute for a
child restraint system. In an accident, the child can be crushed
against the windshield, or between
you and the vehicle’s interior.
Toyota strongly urges use of a
proper child restraint system which
conforms to the size of the child,
installed on the rear seat. According to accident statistics, the child
is safer when properly restrained in
the rear seat than in the front seat.
Never install a rear- facing child restraint system on the front seat. In
the event of an accident, the force
of the rapid inflation of the airbag
can cause death or serious injury if
a rear- facing child restraint system
is installed on the front seat.
A forward- facing child restraint system should be allowed to be
installed on the front passenger
seat only when it is unavoidable.
Always move the seat as far back
as possible, because the force of
the deploying front passenger airbag could cause death or serious
injury to the child.
On vehicles with side airbags and
curtain shield airbags, do not allow
the child to lean against the side
windows or around the side windows even if the child is seated in
the child restraint system. It is dangerous if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, because
the impact could cause death or
serious injury to the child.
Make sure that you have complied
with all installation instructions provided
by
the
child
restraint
manufacturer and that the system is
properly secured.
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—Child restraint system
A child restraint system for a small
child or baby must itself be properly
restrained on the seat with the lap portion of the lap/shoulder belt. You must
carefully consult the manufacturer’s
instructions which accompany the child
restraint system.
To provide proper restraint, use a child
restraint system following the manufacturer’s instructions about the appropriate age
and size of the child for the child restraint
system.
Install the child restraint system correctly
following the instructions provided by its
manufacturer. General directions are also
provided under the following illustrations.
The child restraint system should be
installed on the rear seat. According to
accident statistics, the child is safer when
properly restrained in the rear seat than
in the front seat.
CAUTION
Never install a rear- facing child restraint system on the front seat. In
the event of an accident, the force
of the rapid inflation of the airbag
can cause death or serious injury if
a rear- facing child restraint system
is installed on the front seat.
A forward- facing child restraint system should be allowed to be
installed on the front passenger
seat only when it is unavoidable.
Always move the seat as far back
as possible, because the force of
the deploying front passenger airbag could cause death or serious
injury to the child.
On vehicles with side airbags and
curtain shield airbags, do not allow
the child to lean against the side
windows or around the side windows even if the child is seated in
the child restraint system. It is dangerous if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, because
the impact could cause death or
serious injury to the child.
After installing the child restraint
system, make sure it is secured in
place following the manufacturer’s
instructions. If it is not restrained
securely, it may cause death or serious injury to the child in the
event of a sudden stop or accident.
When not using the child restraint system,
keep it secured with the seat belt or place
it somewhere other than the passenger
compartment. This will prevent it from injuring passengers in the event of a sudden stop or accident.
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—Types of child restraint
system
Child restraint systems are classified into
the following 3 types depending on the
child’s age and size.
(A) Infant seat
(B) Convertible seat
(C) Booster seat
Install the child restraint system following
the instructions provided by its manufacturer.
Your vehicle has anchor brackets for securing the top strap of a child restraint
system.
For instructions about how to use the anchor bracket, see “—Using a top strap” on
page 134 in this section.
(A) Infant seat
(C) Booster seat
The child restraint lower anchorages approved for your vehicle may also be used.
See “—Installation with child restraint lower anchorages” on page 137 in this section.
(B) Convertible seat
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—Installation with seat belt
(A) INFANT SEAT INSTALLATION
An infant seat is used in rear- facing
position only.
CAUTION
Never install a rear- facing child restraint system on the front passenger seat because the force of the
rapid inflation of the front passenger airbag can cause death or serious injury to the child.
Do not install a child restraint system on the second (or third) seat if
it interferes with the lock mechanism of the front (or second) seats.
This can cause death or serious injury to the child and passengers
sitting in front (or second) seats in
case of a sudden braking or a collision.
If the driver’s seat position does
not allow sufficient space for safe
installation, install the child restraint system on the second right
seat.
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Same angle
CAUTION
After inserting the tab, make sure
the tab and buckle are locked and
that the lap and shoulder portions
of the belt are not twisted.
Do not insert coins, clips, etc. in
the buckle as this may prevent you
from properly latching the tab and
buckle.
If the seat belt does not function
When installing a child restraint
system in the third seat center
position, align both seatbacks at
the same angle. Otherwise, the
child restraint system cannot be securely restrained and this may
cause death or serious injuries in a
collision.
1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through
or around the infant seat following the
instructions provided by its manufacturer and insert the tab into the buckle
taking care not to twist the belt. Keep
the lap portion of the belt tight.
normally, it cannot protect your
child from injury. Contact your
Toyota dealer immediately. Do not
use the child restraint system until
the seat belt is fixed.
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2. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it
in the lock mode. When the belt is
then retracted even slightly, it cannot
be extended.
To hold the infant seat securely, make
sure the belt is in the lock mode before
letting the belt retract.
3. While pressing
against the seat
let the shoulder
it will go to hold
ly.
the infant seat firmly
cushion and seatback,
belt retract as far as
the infant seat secure-
CAUTION
Push and pull the child restraint system in different directions to be sure
it is secure. Follow all the installation
instructions provided by its manufacturer.
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4. To remove the infant seat, press the
buckle- release button and allow the
belt to retract completely. The belt will
move freely again and be ready to
work for an adult or older child passenger.
(B) CONVERTIBLE SEAT INSTALLATION
A convertible seat is used in forwardfacing or rear- facing position depending on the child’s age and size. When
installing, follow the manufacturer’s instructions about the applicable child’s
age and size as well as directions for
installing the child restraint system.
CAUTION
Never install a rear- facing child restraint system on the front passenger seat because the force of the
rapid inflation of the front passenger airbag can cause death or serious injury to the child.
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On vehicles with side airbags and
curtain shield airbags, do not allow
the child to lean against the side
windows or around the side windows even if the child is seated in
the child restraint system. It is dangerous if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, because
the impact could cause death or
serious injury to the child.
Move seat fully back
A forward- facing child restraint sys-
Do not install a child restraint sys-
tem should be allowed to be
installed on the front passenger
seat only when it is unavoidable.
Always move the seat as far back
as possible, because the force of
the deploying front passenger airbag could cause death or serious
injury to the child.
tem on the second (or third) seat if
it interferes with the lock mechanism of the front (or second) seats.
This can cause death or serious injury to the child and passengers
sitting in front (or second) seats in
case of a sudden braking or a collision.
If the driver’s seat position does
not allow sufficient space for safe
installation, install the child restraint system on the second right
seat.
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CAUTION
Same angle
After inserting the tab, make sure
the tab and buckle are locked and
that the lap and shoulder portions
of the belt are not twisted.
Do not insert coins, clips, etc. in
the buckle as this may prevent you
from properly latching the tab and
buckle.
If the seat belt does not function
When installing a child restraint
system in the third seat center
position, align both seatbacks at
the same angle. Otherwise, the
child restraint system cannot be securely restrained and this may
cause death or serious injuries in a
collision.
1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through
or around the convertible seat following
the
instructions
provided
by
its
manufacturer and insert the tab into
the buckle taking care not to twist the
belt. Keep the lap portion of the belt
tight.
normally, it cannot protect your
child from injury. Contact your
Toyota dealer immediately. Do not
use the child restraint system until
the seat belt is fixed.
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2. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it
in the lock mode. When the belt is
then retracted even slightly, it cannot
be extended.
To hold the convertible seat securely,
make sure the belt is in the lock mode
before letting the belt to retract.
3. While pressing the convertible seat
firmly against the seat cushion and
seatback, let the shoulder belt retract
as far as it will go to hold the convertible seat securely.
CAUTION
Push and pull the child restraint system in different directions to be sure
it is secure. Follow all the installation
instructions provided by its manufacturer.
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Move seat fully back
4. To remove the convertible seat, press
the buckle- release button and allow the
belt to retract completely. The belt will
move freely again and be ready to
work for an adult or older child passenger.
(C) BOOSTER SEAT INSTALLATION
A booster seat is used in forward- facing position only.
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CAUTION
A forward- facing child restraint sys-
Same angle
tem should be allowed to be
installed on the front passenger
seat only when it is unavoidable.
Always move the seat as far back
as possible, because the force of
the deploying front passenger airbag could cause death or serious
injury to the child.
On vehicles with side airbags and
curtain shield airbags, do not allow
the child to lean against the side
windows or around the side windows even if the child is seated in
the child restraint system. It is dangerous if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, because
the impact could cause death or
serious injury to the child.
When installing a child restraint
system in the third seat center
position, align both seatbacks at
the same angle. Otherwise, the
child restraint system cannot be securely restrained and this may
cause death or serious injuries in a
collision.
1. Sit the child on a booster seat. Run
the lap and shoulder belt through or
around the booster seat and child following the instructions provided by its
manufacturer and insert the tab into
the buckle taking care not to twist the
belt.
Make sure the shoulder belt is correctly
across the child’s shoulder and that the
lap belt is positioned as low as possible
on child’s hips. See “Seat belts” for details.
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CAUTION
Always make sure the shoulder belt
is positioned across the center of
child’s shoulder. The belt should be
kept away from child’s neck, but
not falling off child’s shoulder. Failure to do so could reduce the
amount of protection in an accident
and cause serious injuries in a collision.
If the seat belt does not function
normally, it cannot protect your
child from injury. Contact your
Toyota dealer immediately. Do not
use the child restraint system until
the seat belt is fixed.
Both high- positioned lap belts and
loose- fitting belts could cause serious injuries due to sliding under
the lap belt during a collision or
other unintended result. Keep the
lap belt positioned as low on a
child’s hips as possible.
2. To remove the child restraint system,
press the buckle- release button and allow the belt to retract.
For child’s safety, do not place the
shoulder belt under child’s arm.
After inserting the tab, make sure
the tab and buckle are locked and
that the lap and shoulder portions
of the belt are not twisted.
Do not insert coins, clips, etc. in
the buckle as this may prevent your
child from properly latching the tab
and buckle.
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—Using a top strap
(for second seats)
Use the anchor brackets on the back of
the second seats to attach the top strap.
Anchor bracket is installed for each second seating position.
Anchor brackets
Follow the procedure below for a child
restraint system that requires the use
of a top strap.
7- passenger models
Anchor brackets
8- passenger models
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TO USE THE ANCHOR BRACKET:
1. Remove the head restraint.
2. Fix the child restraint system with
the seat belt.
3. Replace the head restraint.
Latch the hook onto the anchor
bracket and tighten the top strap.
For instructions to install the child restraint system, see “Child restraint” on
page 121 in this section.
CAUTION
Make sure the top strap is securely
latched, and check that the child restraint system is secure by pushing
and pulling it in different directions.
Follow all the installation instructions
provided by its manufacturer.
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—Using a top strap
(for third seats)
Anchor brackets
Follow the procedure below for a child
restraint system that requires the use
of a top strap.
Use the anchor brackets on the back of
the third seats to attach the top strap.
TO USE THE ANCHORAGES:
1. Remove the head restraint.
Anchor bracket is installed for right side
and center seating position.
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—Installation with child
restraint lower anchorages
(for second seats)
CAUTION
Do not replace the head restraint
when the child restraint system is
installed. The head restraint may interfere with the top strap and the
child restraint system can not be
securely restrained. This may cause
death or serious injuries in a collision.
Make sure the top strap is securely
2. Fix the child restraint system with
the seat belt.
Latch the hook onto the anchor
bracket and tighten the top strap.
latched, and check that the child
restraint system is secure by pushing and pulling it in different directions. Follow all the installation instructions provided by its manufacturer.
7- passenger models
For instructions to install the child restraint system, see “Child restraint” on
page 121 in this section.
8- passenger models
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Lower anchorages for the child restraint
systems complying with the FMVSS225
or
CMVSS210.2
specifications
are
installed in the rear seat.
The anchorages are installed in the seat
cushion of each second seat.
Child restraint systems complying with the
FMVSS225 or CMVSS210.2 specification
can be fixed to these anchorages. In this
case, it is not necessary to fix the child
restraint system with a seat belt on the
vehicle.
Canada only
Type A
Canada only
Type B
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—Installation with child
restraint lower anchorages
(for third seats)
For owners in Canada
The symbol on a child restraint system
indicates the presence of a lower connector system.
CHILD
RESTRAINT
INSTALLATION
SYSTEM
Type A—
1. Turn up the covers for the lower anchorages. Confirm the position of
the lower anchorages below the tag
in the seat cushion.
2. Latch the hooks of lower straps onto
the anchorages and tighten the lower
straps.
Type B—
1. Turn up the covers for the lower anchorages. Confirm the position of
the lower anchorages below the tag
in the seat cushion.
2. Latch the buckles onto the anchorages.
If your child restraint system has a top
strap, it should be anchored. (For the
installation of the top strap, see “—Using
a top strap” on page 134 in this section.)
For the installation details, refer to the
instruction manual equipped with each
product.
CAUTION
When using the lower anchorages
for the child restraint system, be
sure that there are no irregular objects around the anchorages or that
the seat belt is not caught.
Push and pull the child restraint
system in different directions to be
sure it is secure. Follow all the
installation instructions provided by
its manufacturer.
After securing the child restraint
system, never slide or recline the
seat.
Do not install a child restraint system on the second seat if it interferes with the lock mechanism of
the front seats. This can cause
death or serious injury to the child
and front passenger in case of sudden braking or a collision.
Lower anchorages for the child restraint
systems complying with the FMVSS225
or
CMVSS210.2
specifications
are
installed in the rear seat.
The anchorages are installed in the clearance between the seat cushion and seatback of the right and center seats.
Child restraint systems complying with the
FMVSS225 or CMVSS210.2 specification
can be fixed to these anchorages. In this
case, it is not necessary to fix the child
restraint system with a seat belt on the
vehicle.
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For owners in Canada
The symbol on a child restraint system
indicates the presence of a lower connector system.
CHILD
RESTRAINT
INSTALLATION
SYSTEM
Type A—
1. Widen the clearance between the
seat cushion and seatback a little
and confirm the position of the lower anchorages.
2. Latch the hooks of lower straps onto
the anchorages and tighten the lower
straps.
Type B—
1. Widen the clearance between the
seat cushion and seatback a little
and confirm the position of the lower anchorages.
2. Latch the buckles onto the anchorages.
Canada only
Type A
Canada only
If your child restraint system has a top
strap, it should be anchored. (For the
installation of the top strap, see “—Using
a top strap” on page 134 in this section.)
Type B
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Tilt and telescopic steering
wheel
For the installation details, refer to the
instruction manual equipped with each
product.
CAUTION
Do not adjust the steering wheel
while the vehicle is moving. Doing
so may cause the driver to mishandle the vehicle and an accident may
occur resulting in death or serious
injuries.
CAUTION
When using the lower anchorages
for the child restraint system, be
sure that there are no irregular objects around the anchorages or that
the seat belt is not caught.
After adjusting the steering wheel,
try moving it up and down to make
sure it is locked in position.
Push and pull the child restraint
system in different directions to be
sure it is secure. Follow all the
installation instructions provided by
its manufacturer.
After securing the child restraint
system, never recline the seat.
Do not put a child restraint system
To adjust the steering wheel position,
push down the lock release lever. Then
tilt the steering wheel to the desired
angle, push or pull it to the desired
steering column length and pull up the
lock release lever.
on the third seat if it interferes with
the lock mechanism of the second
seats. This can cause death or serious injury to the child and front
passenger in case of sudden braking or a collision.
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—Power rear view mirror
control
Outside rear view mirrors—
Vehicles with the auto anti- glare inside
rear view mirror—On some models, when
the inside rear view mirror surface darkens in “AUTO” mode, the outside rear
view mirror surface also darkens to reduce the reflection of the headlights of the
vehicle behind you. (For details, see “Auto
anti- glare inside rear view mirror” on page
144 in this section.)
Adjust the mirror so that you can just
see the side of your vehicle in the mirror.
Be careful when judging the size or distance of any object seen in the outside
rear view mirror on the passenger’s side
because it is a convex mirror. Any object
seen in a convex mirror will look smaller
and farther away than when seen in a flat
mirror.
On some models, when you push the rear
window defogger switch, the heater panels
in the outside rear view mirrors will quickly clear the mirror surface. (See “Rear
window and outside rear view mirror defoggers and windshield wiper de- icer” on
page 158 in Section 1- 4.)
CAUTION
Do not adjust the mirror while the
vehicle is moving. Doing so may
cause the driver to mishandle the
vehicle and an accident may occur
resulting in death or serious injuries.
To adjust a mirror, use the switches.
1. Master switch—To select the mirror to
be adjusted
Push the switch to “L” (left) or “R”
(right).
2. Control switch—To move the mirror
Push the switch in the desired direction.
Mirrors can be adjusted when the key is
in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
On some models, since the mirror
surfaces can get hot, do not touch
them when the defogger switch is
on.
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—Folding rear view mirrors
Anti- glare inside rear view
mirror
The rear view mirrors can be folded
backward for parking in restricted
areas.
Adjust the mirror so that you can just
see the rear of your vehicle in the mirror.
To fold the rear view mirrors, push backward.
To reduce glare from the headlights of
the vehicle behind you during night
driving, operate the lever on the lower
edge of the mirror.
NOTICE
If ice should jam the mirror, do not
operate the control or scrape the mirror face. Use a spray de- icer to free
the mirror.
CAUTION
Do not drive with the mirrors folded
backward. Both the driver and passenger side rear view mirrors must
be extended and properly adjusted
before driving.
Daylight driving—Lever at position 1
The reflection in the mirror has greater
clarity at this position.
Night driving—Lever at position 2
Remember that by reducing glare you also
lose some rear view clarity.
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Auto anti- glare inside rear
view mirror
In automatic function mode, if the mirror
detects light from the headlights of the
vehicle behind you, the mirror surface
darkens slightly to reduce the reflected
light.
CAUTION
Do not adjust the mirror while the
vehicle is moving. Doing so may
cause the driver to mishandle the vehicle and an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.
To turn off the automatic function, push
the “OFF” switch.
To turn on the automatic function again,
push the “AUTO” switch.
Adjust it before driving so that the rear
view is in the best condition.
Adjust the mirror so that you can just
see the rear of your vehicle in the mirror.
This mirror is equipped with auto antiglare function. The function is designed
to reduce glare from the headlights of
the vehicle behind you during night
driving.
When the ignition key is inserted and
turned on, the inside rear view mirror always turns on in the automatic function
mode.
When the inside air temperature is low, it
may take little longer for the mirror to
darken in response to the detection of
headlights.
CAUTION
Do not adjust the mirror while the
vehicle is moving. Doing so may
cause the driver to mishandle the vehicle and an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.
The indicator illuminates to show you that
the function is on.
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Vanity mirrors
You can cancel the cut off operation by:
Turning the key to the “ACC” position.
Opening or closing any of front and
sliding doors.
Turning off all the “ON” lights.
All the lights are cut off when all the side
doors and back door are locked by key or
wireless remote control transmitter.
The ignition switch must be turned off.
To ensure correct functioning of an
anti- glare mirror sensor located on the
back side of the mirror, do not touch
or cover the sensor with your finger or
a piece of cloth, etc.
To use the vanity mirrors, swing down
the sun visor and open the cover.
On vehicles with the vanity lights, the light
will come on when you open the cover.
VANITY LIGHTS CUT OFF OPERATION
When the ignition switch is turned off and
vanity light stays lighting on, the light will
cut off automatically after 20 minutes.
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SECTION
1- 4
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Lights, Wipers and Defogger
Headlights and turn signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Headlight beam level control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Emergency flashers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Instrument panel light control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Front fog lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Front personal lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
Rear personal lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
Luggage compartment light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Ignition switch light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Windshield wipers and washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Rear window wiper and washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Rear window and outside rear view mirror defoggers and windshield
wiper de- icer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
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Headlights and turn signals
(without automatic light
control system)
Position 2—
The lights automatically turn off after 30
seconds when all the side doors and back
door are closed with the ignition key in
the “ACC” or “LOCK” position.
If the “ ” (lock) switch of the wireless
remote control transmitter is pushed when
all the side doors and back door are already locked, the lights automatically turn
off immediately.
The time before the headlights turn off
can be changed. For details, contact your
Toyota dealer.
HEADLIGHTS
To turn on the following lights: Twist
the headlight/turn signal lever knob.
Position 1—Parking, tail, license plate,
side marker and instrument panel lights
Position
above
2—Headlights
and
all
of
the
Automatic light cut off system
Position 1—
The lights automatically turn off when the
driver’s door is opened with the ignition
key in the “ACC” or “LOCK” position.
To turn them on again, turn the key to the
“ON” position or actuate the headlight
switch.
If you are going to park for over one
week, make sure the headlight switch is
off.
NOTICE
Daytime running light (DRL) system (all
models sold in Canada and some models sold in U.S.A.)
Daytime Running Light (DRL) system can
make it easier for others to see the front
of your vehicle during the day. The DRL
system can be helpful in many different
driving conditions, but they can be especially helpful in the short periods after
dawn and before sunset.
The DRL system will make the headlights
come on when:
The ignition is on with the engine running.
The knob is in the “OFF” position or
position 1.
The parking brake is released.
To turn off the DRL system, twist the knob
to the position 2 or turn the ignition switch
off.
To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the lights on
for a long period when the engine is
not running.
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Headlights and turn signals
(with automatic light control
system)
High- Low beams—For high beams, turn
the headlights on and push the lever away
from you (position 1). Pull the lever toward you (position 2) for low beams.
TURN SIGNALS
HEADLIGHTS
To signal a turn, push the headlight/
turn signal lever up or down to position
1.
To turn on the following lights: Twist
the headlight/turn signal lever knob.
The headlight high beam indicator light
(blue light) on the instrument panel will
tell you that the high beams are on.
The key must be in the “ON” position.
Flashing the high
(position 3)—Pull the
back. The high beam
when you release the
beam headlights
lever all the way
headlights turn off
lever.
You can flash the high beam headlights
with the knob turned to “OFF”.
The lever automatically returns after you
make a turn, but you may have to return
it by hand after you change lanes.
To signal a lane change, move the lever
up or down to the pressure point (position
2) and hold it.
If the turn signal indicator lights (green
lights) on the instrument panel flash faster
than normal, a front or rear turn signal
bulb is burned out.
Position 1—Parking, tail, license plate,
side marker and instrument panel lights
Position
above
2—Headlights
and
all
of
the
Position 3 (“AUTO”)—Headlights and/or all
of the lights in position 1
They automatically turn on or off depending on the darkness of the surroundings.
Manually twist the knob to the position 2
to turn on the headlights if they are needed immediately when entering a dark tunnel, parking structure, etc.
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Position 2 or 3 with the headlights on—
The lights automatically turn off after 30
seconds when all the side doors and back
door are closed with the ignition key in
the “ACC” or “LOCK” position.
If the “ ” (lock) switch of the wireless
remote control transmitter is pushed when
all the side doors and back door are already locked, the lights automatically turn
off immediately.
The time before the headlights turn off
can be changed. For details, contact your
Toyota dealer.
The automatic light control sensor is on
the top of the driver’s side instrument
panel.
Do not place anything on the instrument
panel, and/or do not affix anything on the
windshield to block this sensor.
If you feel that the automatic light control
comes into operation too early or too late,
have the sensor adjusted by your Toyota
dealer.
Automatic light cut off system
Position 1 or position 3 with the tail
lights on—
Daytime running light (DRL) system (all
models sold in Canada and some models sold in U.S.A.)
Daytime Running Light (DRL) system can
make it easier for others to see the front
of your vehicle during the day. The DRL
system can be helpful in many different
driving conditions, but they can be especially helpful in the short periods after
dawn and before sunset.
The DRL system will make the headlights
come on when:
The ignition is on with the engine running.
To turn them on again, turn the key to the
“ON” position or actuate the headlight
switch.
The knob is in the “OFF” position,
If you are going to park for over one
week, make sure the headlight switch is
off.
The parking brake is released.
NOTICE
To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the lights on
for a long period when the engine is
not running.
position 1 or position 3 with the tail
lights on.
To turn off the DRL system, twist the knob
to the position 2 or position 3 with the
headlights on, or turn the ignition switch
off.
The lights automatically turn off when the
driver’s door is opened with the ignition
key in the “ACC” or “LOCK” position.
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Headlight beam level control
High- Low beams—For high beams, turn
the headlights on and push the lever away
from you (position 1). Pull the lever toward you (position 2) for low beams.
TURN SIGNALS
The headlight high beam indicator light
(blue light) on the instrument panel will
tell you that the high beams are on.
The key must be in the “ON” position.
Flashing the high
(position 3)—Pull the
back. The high beam
when you release the
beam headlights
lever all the way
headlights turn off
lever.
You can flash the high beam headlights
with the knob turned to “OFF”.
To signal a turn, push the headlight/
turn signal lever up or down to position
1.
The lever automatically returns after you
make a turn, but you may have to return
it by hand after you change lanes.
To signal a lane change, move the lever
up or down to the pressure point (position
2) and hold it.
If the turn signal indicator lights (green
lights) on the instrument panel flash faster
than normal, a front or rear turn signal
bulb is burned out.
To adjust the headlight beam level, turn
the dial.
The following list shows examples of proper switch settings. For loading conditions
other than those listed, adjust the dial
position so that the beam level is the
same as the one obtained according to
the list when only the driver is in the
vehicle. The higher the number of the dial
position, the lower the headlight beam level.
Always keep the headlight beam at the
proper level, or your headlights may
dazzle other road users.
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Emergency flashers
Loading condition and dial position
7- passenger
models
8- passenger
models
Driver only, or
Driver + one passenger in the front seat
0
0
Driver + one passenger in the front seat and
all passengers in the second seat
1
0
All passengers
1
1
All passengers + full luggage loading to the
luggage compartment
1
2
Driver + full luggage loading to the luggage
compartment
1
2
Variations
Loading conditions
To turn on the
push the switch.
emergency
flashers,
All the turn signal lights will flash. To turn
them off, push the switch once again.
Turn on the emergency flashers to warn
other drivers if your vehicle must be
stopped where it might be a traffic hazard.
Always pull as far off the road as possible.
The turn signal light switch will not work
when the emergency flashers are operating.
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Instrument panel light control
Front fog lights
To adjust the brightness of the instrument panel lights, turn the knob.
To turn on the front fog lights, twist
the band of the headlight and turn signal switch lever. They will come on
only when the headlights are on low
beam.
NOTICE
To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the switch on
longer than necessary when the engine is not running.
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Front personal lights
To turn on the front personal lights,
operate the personal light main switch.
The lights can be turned on or off by
pushing each lens when the personal
light main switch is in the “DOOR” or
“OFF” position.
The personal light main switch has the
following positions:
“ON”—Keeps the light on all the time.
“OFF”—The lights can be turned on or off
by pushing each lens.
“DOOR”—Turns the light on when any of
the side doors or back door is opened.
When all the side doors and back door
are closed, the lights can be turned on or
off by pushing each lens.
ILLUMINATED ENTRY SYSTEM
Door linked operation—When the switch is
in the “DOOR” position and any of the
side doors or back door is opened, the
light will come on. After all the side doors
and back door are closed, the light remains on for about 15 seconds before
fading out.
Ignition switch linked operation—When the
switch is in the “DOOR” position, and the
ignition switch is turned to “LOCK”, the
light will come on. The light remains on
for about 15 seconds before fading out.
When any of the side doors and back
door is unlocked using either the key or
the wireless remote control transmitter, the
light will come on and remain on for about
15 seconds before fading out.
However, in the following cases, the light
goes off immediately.
All the side doors and back door are
closed when the ignition key is in the
“ACC” or “ON” position.
All the side doors and back door are
closed and locked.
Personal light main switch
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Rear personal lights
The following adjustments can be made in
this system. For details, contact your
Toyota dealer.
To turn on the rear personal lights, operate the personal light main switch.
The lights can be turned on or off by
pushing each lens when the personal
light main switch is in the “DOOR”
position.
Cancelling the door key or the wireless
remote control transmitter linked operation
Cancelling the ignition switch linked op-
The personal light main switch has the
following positions:
eration.
Changing the duration of lighting
“ON”—Keeps the light on all the time.
To prevent the battery being discharged,
the lights will automatically turn off when
the key is removed and the door is left
opened with the switch at “DOOR” position
for 20 minutes or more.
“OFF”—Turns the light off.
“DOOR”—Turns the light on when any of
the sliding doors or back door is opened.
When both the sliding doors and back
door are closed, the lights can be turned
on or off by pushing each lens.
To prevent the battery being discharged,
the lights will automatically turn off when
the key is removed and the door is left
opened with the switch at “DOOR” position
for 20 minutes or more.
Personal light main switch
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Luggage compartment light
Ignition switch light
To turn on the luggage compartment
light, push the luggage compartment
light switch upwards. The light turn on
when the personal light main switch is
in the “ON” or “OFF” position.
The personal light main switch has the
following positions:
“ON”—The light turns on when the luggage compartment switch is pushed upwards.
“OFF”—Turns the light off.
“DOOR”—Turns the light on when the luggage compartment switch is pushed upwards and any of the sliding door or back
door is opened. The light goes off when
both the sliding doors and back door are
closed.
To prevent the battery being discharged,
the lights will automatically turn off when
the key is removed and the door is left
opened with the switch at “DOOR” position
for 20 minutes or more.
For easy access to the ignition switch,
the ignition switch light comes on when
any of the side doors and back door is
opened or when the ignition switch is
turned to the “LOCK” position.
The light remains on for about 15 seconds
after all the side doors and back door are
closed.
However, in the following cases, the light
goes off immediately.
All the side doors and back door are
closed when the ignition key is in the
“ACC” or “ON” position.
All the side doors and back door are
Personal light main switch
closed and locked.
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Windshield wipers and washer
When any of the side doors or back door
is unlocked using either the key or the
wireless remote control transmitter, the
light will come on and remain on for about
15 seconds before fading out.
With interval adjuster: The “INT TIME”
band lets you adjust the wiping time interval when the wiper lever is in the intermittent position (position 1). Twist the band
upward to increase the time between
sweeps, and downward to decrease it.
The following adjustments can be made in
this system. For details, contact your
Toyota dealer.
To squirt washer fluid, pull the lever
toward you.
Cancelling the door key or the wireless
If the windshield wipers are off, they will
operate a couple of times after the washer
squirts.
remote control transmitter linked operation
Changing the duration of lighting
To prevent the battery being discharged,
the light will automatically turn off when
the key is removed and the door is left
opened for 20 minutes or more.
To turn on the windshield wipers, move
the lever to the desired setting.
For instructions on adding washer fluid,
see “Adding washer fluid” on page 461 in
Section 7- 3.
Lever position
Speed setting
Position 1
Intermittent
In freezing weather, warm the windshield
with the defroster before using the washer.
This will help prevent the washer fluid
from freezing on your windshield, which
can block your vision.
Position 2
Slow
NOTICE
Position 3
Fast
Do not operate the wipers if the windshield is dry. It may scratch the
glass.
The key must be in the “ON” position.
For a single sweep of the windshield,
push the lever up and release it.
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Rear window and outside rear
view mirror defoggers and
windshield wiper de- icer
Rear window wiper and
washer
NOTICE
Do not operate the rear wiper if the
rear window is dry. It may scratch
the glass.
Do not lift the rear wiper arm away
from the window, as it may break.
To turn on the rear window wiper, twist
the lever knob upward.
To defog or defrost the rear window,
push the switch.
The key must be in the “ON” position.
The key must be in the “ON” position.
Lever position
Speed setting
Position 1
Intermittent
Position 2
Normal
To squirt washer fluid on the rear window,
twist the knob upward or downward as far
as it will go (position 3 or 4). The knob
automatically returns from these positions
after you release it.
For instructions on adding washer fluid,
see “Adding washer fluid” on page 461 in
Section 7- 3.
The thin heater wires on the inside of the
rear window will quickly clear the window
surfaces. An indicator light will illuminate
to indicate the defogger is operating.
On some models, the rear view mirror
defoggers and/or the windshield wiper deicer is also operating simultaneously by
this switch. Vehicles with the outside rear
view mirror defoggers, the heater panel in
the outside rear view mirrors will quickly
clear the surfaces. Vehicles with the windshield wiper de- icer, the windshield wiper
blades will be de- iced.
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Push the switch once again to turn the
defoggers off.
The system will automatically shut off after the defoggers have operated about 15
minutes.
CAUTION
On some models, since the mirror
surfaces can get hot, do not touch
them when the defogger switch is on.
Make sure you turn the defoggers off
when the surfaces are clear or the wiper
blades have de- iced. Leaving the defoggers on for a long time could cause the
battery to discharge, especially during
stop- and- go driving. The defoggers are
not designed for drying rain water or for
melting snow.
If the outside rear view mirrors are heavily coated with ice, use a spray de- icer
before operating the switch.
NOTICE
When cleaning the inside of the rear
window, be careful not to scratch or
damage the heater wires or connectors.
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SECTION
1- 5
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Gauges, Meters and Service reminder indicators
Fuel gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Engine coolant temperature gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tachometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Odometer and two trip meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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163
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Engine coolant temperature
gauge
Fuel gauge
Low fuel level
warning light
On inclines or curves, due to the movement of fuel in the tank, the fuel gauge
needle may fluctuate or the low fuel level
warning light may come on earlier than
usual.
If the fuel tank is completely empty, the
malfunction indicator lamp comes on. Fill
the fuel tank immediately.
The indicator lamp goes off after driving
several times. If the indicator lamp does
not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as
soon as possible.
The gauge indicates the approximate
quantity of fuel remaining in the tank
when the ignition switch is on.
Nearly full—Needle at “F”
Nearly empty—Needle at “E”
It is a good idea to keep the tank over
1/4 full.
The needle moves when braking, accelerating or making turns. This is caused by
the movement of the fuel in the tank.
If the fuel level approaches “E” or the low
fuel level warning light comes on, fill the
fuel tank as soon as possible.
It is not a malfunction even if the needle
of the fuel gauge returns to “E” when the
ignition switch is turned to the “START”
position.
The gauge indicates the engine coolant
temperature when the ignition switch is
on. The engine operating temperature
will vary with changes in weather and
engine load.
If the needle moves into the red zone,
your engine is too hot. If your vehicle
overheats, stop your vehicle and allow the
engine to cool.
Your vehicle may overheat during severe
operating conditions, such as:
Driving up a long hill on a hot day.
Reducing speed or stopping after high
speed driving.
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Tachometer
Idling for a long period with the air
NOTICE
conditioning on in stop- and- go traffic.
Towing a trailer.
Do not let the indicator needle get
into the red zone. This may cause
severe engine damage.
It is not a malfunction even if the needle
of the engine coolant temperature gauge
returns to “C” when the ignition switch is
turned to the “START” position.
NOTICE
Do not remove the thermostat in
the engine cooling system as this
may cause the engine to overheat.
The thermostat is designed to control the flow of coolant to keep the
temperature of the engine within
the specified operating range.
Do not continue driving with an
overheated engine. See “If your vehicle overheats” on page 396 in
Section 4.
The tachometer indicates engine speed
in thousands of rpm (revolutions per
minute). Use it while driving to select
correct shift points and to prevent engine lugging and over- revving.
Driving with the engine running too fast
causes excessive engine wear and poor
fuel economy. Remember, in most cases
the slower the engine speed, the greater
the fuel economy.
It is not a malfunction even if the needle
of the tachometer returns to the bottom
position when the ignition switch is turned
to the “START” position.
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Odometer and two trip meters
3. Trip meter reset knob—Resets the two
trip meters to zero, and also change
the meter display.
To change the meter display, quickly
push and release the knob. The meter
display changes in the order from the
odometer to trip meter A to trip meter
B, then back to the odometer each
time you push.
This meter displays the odometer and
two trip meters.
To reset the trip meter A to zero, display the meter A reading, then push
and hold the knob until the meter is
set to zero. The same process can be
applied for resetting the trip meter B.
1. Odometer—It shows the total distance
the vehicle has been driven.
2. Two trip meters—Show two different
distances independently driven since
the last time each trip meter was set
to zero.
You can use one trip meter to calculate
the fuel economy and the other to
measure the distance on each trip. All
trip meter data is cancelled if the electrical power source is disconnected.
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Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers
If the indicator or buzzer comes on...
(a)
or
(b)
Do this.
If parking brake is off, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer.
Fasten driver’s seat belt.
(indicator and buzzer)
(c)
Fasten front passenger’s seat belt.
(d)
Stop and check.
(e)
or
(f)
Low fuel level warning light
(g)
Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.
Fill up tank.
Stop and check.
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If the indicator or buzzer comes on...
(h)
or
Do this.
Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.
If brake system warning light is also on, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer.
(i)
Close all doors.
(j)
Take vehicle to Toyota dealer immediately.
(k)
Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.
(l)
Adjust tire pressure. If the light remains, contact Toyota dealer.
(m)
Add washer fluid.
(n)
Replace engine oil.
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If the indicator or buzzer comes on...
Do this.
(o)
Dynamic laser cruise control
master warning light
Check the condition according to the warning code. If the system malfunctions, contact
Toyota dealer.
(p)
Key reminder buzzer
Remove key.
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(a) Brake System Warning Light
This light comes on in the following cases
when the ignition key is in the “ON” position.
When the parking brake is applied...
This light comes on for a few seconds
when the ignition key is turned to the
“ON” position even after the parking brake
is released.
When the brake fluid level is low...
CAUTION
It is dangerous to continue driving
normally when the brake fluid level is
low.
Have your vehicle checked at your
Toyota dealer in the following case:
The light does not come on even if the
parking brake is applied when the ignition key is in the “ON” position.
The light does not come on even if the
ignition key is turned on with the parking brake released.
A warning light turning on briefly during
operation does not indicate a problem.
CAUTION
If either of the following conditions
occurs, immediately stop your vehicle
at a safe place and contact your
Toyota dealer.
The light does not turn off even
after the parking brake is released
while the engine is running.
In this case, the brakes may not
work properly and your stopping
distance will become longer. Depress the brake pedal firmly and
bring the vehicle to an immediate
stop.
The brake system warning light remains on together with the “ABS”
warning light.
In this case, not only the anti- lock
brake system will fail but also the
vehicle will become extremely unstable during braking.
(b) Driver’s Seat Belt Reminder Light
and Buzzer
This light and buzzer remind
buckle up the driver’s seat belt.
you
to
Once the ignition key is turned to “ON”,
the reminder light flashes and buzzer
sounds if the driver’s seat belt is not fastened. Unless the driver fastens the belt,
the light keeps flashing and the buzzer
stops after about 4 to 8 seconds.
(c) Front Passenger’s
minder Light
Seat
Belt
Re-
This light reminds you to buckle up the
front passenger’s seat belt.
Once the ignition key is turned to “ON”,
the reminder light flashes if a passenger
sits in the front passenger seat and does
not fastened. However, if a front passenger uses an additional seat cushion, the
light may not flash even when the seat
belt is not buckled up.
If luggage or other load is placed on the
front passenger seat, depending on its
weight and how it is placed on the seat,
built- in sensors in the seat cushion may
detect the pressure, causing the reminder
light to come on.
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(d) Discharge Warning Light
Loose fuel tank cap
This light warns that the battery is being
discharged.
If the fuel tank cap is loose, securely
tighten it.
If it comes on while you are driving, there
is a problem somewhere in the charging
system.
These cases are temporary malfunctions.
The malfunction indicator lamp will go off
after taking several driving trips.
The engine ignition will continue to operate, however, until the battery is discharged. Turn off the air conditioning,
blower, radio, etc., and drive directly to
the nearest Toyota dealer or repair shop.
If the lamp will not go off even after the
several trips, contact your Toyota dealer
as soon as possible.
NOTICE
Do not continue driving if the engine
drive belt is broken or loose.
(e) Malfunction Indicator Lamp
This lamp comes on when the ignition
key is turned to the “ON” position and
goes off after the engine starts. This
means that the warning light system is
operating properly.
If the lamp remains on, or the lamp
comes on while driving, first check the
followings.
Empty fuel tank
If the fuel tank is empty, refuel immediately.
If the fuel tank is not empty or the fuel
tank cap is not loose...
There is a problem somewhere in the
engine, emission control system, electronic throttle control system, automatic
transmission electrical system or warning light system itself.
Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as
possible to service the vehicle.
If the engine speed does not increase with
the accelerator pedal depressed down,
there may be a problem somewhere in
your electronic throttle control system.
At this time, vibration may occur. However, if you depress the accelerator pedal
more firmly and slowly, you can drive your
vehicle at low speeds. Have your vehicle
checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as
possible.
Even if the abnormality of the electronic
throttle control system is corrected during
low speed driving, the system may not be
recovered until the engine is stopped and
the ignition key is turned to “ACC” or
“LOCK” position.
CAUTION
Be especially careful to prevent erroneous pedal operation.
Emissions Inspection and Maintenance
(I/M) programs
Your vehicle may not pass a state
emission inspection if the malfunction
indicator lamp remains on. Contact your
Toyota dealer to check your vehicle’s
emission
control
system
and
OBD
(On- Board Diagnostics) system before
taking your vehicle for the inspection.
For details, see “Emissions Inspection and
Maintenance (I/M) programs” on page 430
in Section 6.
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(f) Low Fuel Level Warning Light
This light comes on when the fuel level
in the tank becomes nearly empty. Fill up
the tank as soon as possible.
On inclines or curves, due to the movement of fuel in the tank, the low fuel level
warning light may come on earlier than
usual.
(g) Low Engine Oil Pressure Warning
Light
This light warns that the engine oil pressure is too low.
If it flickers or stays on while you are
driving, pull off the road to a safe place
and stop the engine immediately. Call a
Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop for
assistance.
The light may occasionally flicker when
the engine is idling or it may come on
briefly after a hard stop. There is no
cause for concern if it then goes out when
the engine is accelerated slightly.
The light may come on when the oil level
is extremely low. It is not designed to
indicate low oil level, and the oil level
must be checked using the level dipstick.
NOTICE
Do not drive the vehicle with the
warning light on—even for one block.
It may ruin the engine.
(h) “ABS” Warning Light
Vehicles without the vehicle skid control system—
The light comes on when the ignition key
is turned to the “ON” position. If the antilock brake system works properly, the
light turns off after a few seconds. Thereafter, if the system malfunctions, the light
comes on again.
When the “ABS” warning light is on (and
the brake system warning light is off), the
anti- lock brake system does not operate,
but the brake system still operates conventionally.
When the “ABS” warning light is on (and
the brake system warning light is off), the
anti- lock brake system does not operate
but the brake assist system still operates.
In this case, the wheels could lock up
during a sudden braking or braking on
slippery road surfaces.
If either of the following conditions
occurs, this indicates a malfunction
somewhere in the parts monitored by
the warning light system. Contact your
Toyota dealer as soon as possible to
service the vehicle.
The light does not come on when the
ignition key is turned to the “ON” position, or remains on.
The light comes on while you are driving.
A warning light turning on briefly during
operation does not indicate a problem.
CAUTION
If the “ABS” warning light remains on
together with the brake system warning light, immediately stop your vehicle at a safe place and contact your
Toyota dealer.
In this case, not only the anti- lock
brake system will fail but also the
vehicle will become extremely unstable during braking.
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Vehicles with the vehicle skid control
system—
The light comes on when the ignition key
is turned to the “ON” position. If the antilock brake system and the brake assist
system works properly, the light turns off
after a few seconds. Thereafter, if the
system malfunctions, the light comes on
again.
If either of the following conditions
occurs, this indicates a malfunction
somewhere in the parts monitored by
the warning light system. Contact your
Toyota dealer as soon as possible to
service the vehicle.
The light does not come on when the
ignition key is turned to the “ON” position, or remains on.
The light comes on while you are driv-
When the “ABS” warning light is on (and
the brake system warning light is off), the
anti- lock brake system, the brake assist
system, the traction control system and
vehicle skid control system do not operate, but the brake system still operates
conventionally.
A warning light turning on briefly during
operation does not indicate a problem.
When the “ABS” warning light is on (and
the brake system warning light is off), the
anti- lock brake system does not operate
so that the wheels could lock up during
a sudden braking or braking on slippery
road surfaces.
If the “ABS” warning light remains on
together with the brake system warning light, immediately stop your vehicle at a safe place and contact your
Toyota dealer.
ing.
CAUTION
In this case, not only the anti- lock
brake system will fail but also the
vehicle will become extremely unstable during braking.
(i) Open Door Warning Light
This light remains on until all the doors
are completely closed.
(j) SRS Warning Light
This light will come on when the ignition key is turned to the “ON” position.
After about 6 seconds, the light will go
off. This means the system of the airbag and front seat belt pretensioners
are operating properly.
The warning light system monitors the airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensors, side and curtain shield airbag sensors, curtain shield airbag sensors,
driver’s seat position sensor, driver’s seat
belt buckle switch, front seat belt pretensioner assemblies, inflators, warning light,
interconnecting wiring and power sources.
If either of the following conditions occurs,
this indicates a malfunction somewhere in
the parts monitored by the warning light
system. Contact your Toyota dealer as
soon as possible to service the vehicle.
The light does not come on when the
ignition key is turned to the “ON” position or remains on.
The light comes on or flashes while
driving.
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(k) “VSC” Warning Light
(l) Low Tire Pressure Warning Light
This light warns that there is a problem
somewhere in the vehicle skid control system or traction control system.
This light warns that the tire pressure of
any one of the tires is critically low. The
light comes on when the ignition key is
turned to the “ON” position. It goes off
after a few seconds. This indicates that
the low tire pressure warning system is
functioning properly.
The light will come on when the ignition
key is turned to “ON” and will go off after
a few seconds.
If the light comes on while driving, the
system does not work. However, as conventional braking operates when applied,
there is no problem to continue your driving.
In the following cases, contact your Toyota
dealer:
The warning light does not come on
after the ignition key is turned to “ON”.
The warning light remains on after the
ignition key is turned to “ON”.
The warning light comes on while driving.
If the light comes on while driving, adjust
tire pressure to the specified level. (See
“Tires” on page 473 in Section 8.) After
the tire pressure is adjusted, the light
should go off after driving at least 30
km/h (19 mph) for some time. If the light
still remains or blinks slowly (every 0.5
seconds), have the low tire pressure warning system checked at your Toyota dealer.
If the light blinks rapidly (every 0.25 seconds), the low tire pressure warning system needs to be initialized.
For details, see “Tire pressure warning
system” on page 186 in Section 1- 6.
(m) Low Windshield Washer Fluid Level
Warning Light
(n) Engine Oil Replacement Reminder
Light (for vehicles sold in U.S.A.)
This light reminds you when to replace
the engine oil.
This light will come on when the ignition
key is turned to “ON” and will go off after
about a few seconds.
When you drive for about 8000 km (5000
miles) after the engine oil replacement,
this light illuminates for about 3 seconds
and then flashes for about 12 seconds
with the ignition key turned to the “ON”
position. If you continue driving without
replacing the engine oil, and if the distance driven exceeds 12000 km (7500
miles), the light will come on after the
ignition key is turned to “ON” position.
The light will remain on thereafter.
If the light is flashing, we recommend that
you replace the engine oil at an early
opportunity depending on the driving and
road conditions. If the light comes on,
replace it as soon as possible.
The light warns that the windshield washer
fluid level is too low. Add washer fluid at
your earliest opportunity. (For instructions,
see “Adding washer fluid” on page 461 in
Section 7- 3.)
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The system must be reset after the engine oil replacement. Reset the system by
the following procedure:
1. Turn the ignition key to the “OFF” position with the odometer reading shown.
(For details, see “Odometer and two
trip meters” on page 164 in this section.)
2. Turn the ignition key to the “ON” position while holding down the trip meter
reset button.
Hold down the button for at least 5 seconds. The odometer indicates “000000”
and the light goes off.
If the system fails to reset, the light will
continue flashing.
(o) Dynamic Laser Cruise Control Master Warning Light
This light warns that there is a problem
somewhere in the dynamic laser cruise
control system.
CHECKING
SERVICE
REMINDER
INDICATORS (except the low fuel level
warning light and low windshield
washer fluid level warning light)
1. Apply the parking brake.
The light will come on when the ignition
key is turned to “ON” and go off after a
few seconds.
2. Open one of the doors.
The open door warning light should
come on.
When the light comes on, the alarm
sounds and the warning code will appear
on the display. At this time, dynamic laser
cruise control is cancelled. For details,
see “Dynamic laser cruise control” on
page 193 in Section 1- 6.
3. Close the door.
The open door warning light should go
off.
(p) Key Reminder Buzzer
This buzzer reminds you to remove the
key when you open the driver’s door with
the ignition key in the “ACC” or “LOCK”
position.
4. Turn the ignition key to “ON”, but do
not start the engine.
All the service reminder indicators except the open door warning light should
come on. The “ABS” and “VSC” warning lights, low tire pressure warning
light, dynamic laser cruise master
warning light and engine oil replacement reminder light go off after a few
seconds. The SRS warning light goes
off after about 6 seconds. (“TRAC
OFF”, “READY” (dynamic laser cruise
ready mode) indicator lights and slip
indicator light also comes on and go
off after a few seconds.)
If any service reminder indicator or warning buzzer does not function as described
above, have it checked by your Toyota
dealer as soon as possible.
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SECTION
1- 6
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Ignition switch, Transmission and Parking brake
Ignition switch with steering lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Traction control system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vehicle skid control system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tire pressure warning system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parking brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cruise control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dynamic laser cruise controll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Ignition switch with steering
lock
“ON”—Engine on and all accessories
on.
This is the normal driving position.
It is not a malfunction even if the needle
on the instrument panel may move when
the ignition switch is turned to the “ON”
position.
“ACC”—Accessories such as the radio
operate, but the engine is off.
“START”—Starter motor on. The key
will return to the “ON” position when
released.
For starting tips, see page 379 in Section
3.
It is not a malfunction even if the needle
of the tachometer, fuel gauge or engine
coolant temperature gauge returns to the
bottom position when the ignition switch is
turned to the “START” position.
If you leave the key in the “ACC” or
“LOCK” position and open the driver’s
door, a buzzer will remind you to remove
the key.
When starting the engine, the key may
seem stuck at the “LOCK” position. To
free it, first be sure the key is pushed all
the way in, and then rock the steering
wheel slightly while turning the key gently.
NOTICE
Do not leave the key in the “ON”
position if the engine is not running.
The battery will discharge and the
ignition could be damaged.
“LOCK”—Engine is off and the steering
wheel is locked. The key can be removed only at this position.
You must push in the key to turn the key
from “ACC” to the “LOCK” position. The
selector lever must be put in the “P” position before pushing the key.
Vehicles with engine immobiliser system—
Once you remove the key, the engine immobiliser system is automatically set. (See
“Engine immobiliser system” on page 13
in Section 1- 2.)
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Automatic transmission
Selector lever
Your automatic transmission has a shift
lock system to minimize the possibility of
incorrect operation. This means you can
only shift out of “P” position when the
brake pedal is depressed (with the ignition
switch in “ON” position).
(a) Selector lever
The shift position is also displayed on the
instrument cluster.
P: Parking, engine starting and key
removal
R: Reverse
N: Neutral
D: Normal driving
(shifting into overdrive possible)
4: Engine braking
(shifting into overdrive not possible)
Shift with the brake pedal
depressed. (The ignition switch
must be in “ON” position.)
3, 2: Stronger engine braking
L: Maximum engine braking
Shift normally.
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(b) Normal driving
1. Start the engine as instructed in “How
to start the engine” on page 380 in
Section 3. The transmission must be in
“P” or “N”.
2. With your foot holding down the brake
pedal, shift the selector lever to “D”.
When the lever is in the “D” position, the
automatic transmission system will select
the most suitable gear for running conditions such as normal cruising, hill climbing, hard towing, etc.
Always use the “D” position for better fuel
economy and quieter driving. If the engine
coolant temperature is low, the transmission will not shift into the overdrive gear
even in the “D” position.
CAUTION
Never put your foot on the accelerator pedal while shifting.
3. Release the parking brake and brake
pedal. Depress the accelerator pedal
slowly for smooth starting.
All the side doors and back door are
automatically locked when the shift lever
is moved out of the “P” position with the
engine running and all the side doors and
back door are closed. This function can
be disabled. For details, contact your
Toyota dealer.
(c) Using engine braking
To use engine braking, you can downshift
the transmission as follows:
Shift into the “4” position. The transmission will downshift to fourth gear
and engine braking will be enabled.
Shift into the “3” position. The transmission will downshift to third gear
when the vehicle speed drops down to
or lower than the following speed, and
stronger engine braking will be enabled.
Two- wheel drive models
141 km/h (88 mph)
Four- wheel drive models
137 km/h (86 mph)
Shift into the “2” position. The transmission will downshift to second gear
when the vehicle speed drops down to
or lower than the following speed, and
stronger engine braking will be enabled.
Two- wheel drive models
91 km/h (57 mph)
Four- wheel drive models
88 km/h (55 mph)
Shift into the “L” position. The transmission will downshift to first gear
when the vehicle speed drops down to
or lower than the following speed, and
maximum engine braking will be enabled.
Two- wheel drive models
43 km/h (27 mph)
Four- wheel drive models
42 km/h (26 mph)
Vehicles with cruise control or dynamic
laser cruise control—When the cruise control is being used, even if you downshift
from “D” to “4”, engine braking will not be
enabled because the cruise control is not
cancelled.
For ways to decrease the vehicle speed,
see “Cruise control” on page 190 or “Dynamic laser cruise control” on page 193
in this section.
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CAUTION
NOTICE
Be careful when downshifting on a
slippery
surface.
Abrupt
shifting
could cause the vehicle to spin or
skid.
Be careful not to over- rev the engine. Watch the tachometer to keep
engine rpm from going into the red
zone. The approximate maximum allowable speed for each position is
given below for your reference:
(d) Using “3”, “2” and “L” positions
The “3”, “2” and “L” positions are used for
strong engine braking as described previously.
With the selector lever in ”3”, “2” or “L”,
you can start the vehicle in motion as
with the lever in “D”.
With the selector lever in “3” or “2”, the
vehicle will start in first gear and automatically shift to third gear or second gear.
With the selector lever in “L”, the transmission is engaged in first gear.
Two- wheel drive models
“3” . . . . . . . . . . 90 km/h (56 mph)
“2” . . . . . . . . . . 58 km/h (36 mph)
“L” . . . . . . . . . . 32 km/h (20 mph)
Four- wheel drive models
“3” . . . . . . . . . . 87 km/h (54 mph)
“2” . . . . . . . . . . 56 km/h (35 mph)
“L” . . . . . . . . . . 30 km/h (19 mph)
Do not continue hill climbing or
hard towing for a long time in the
“3”, “2” or “L” position. This may
cause severe automatic transmission damage from overheating. To
prevent such damage, “4” position
should be used in hill climbing or
hard towing.
(e) Backing up
1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop.
2. With the brake pedal held down with
your foot, shift the selector lever to the
“R” position.
NOTICE
Never shift into reverse while the vehicle is moving.
Vehicles with rear view monitor system—
When the selector lever is shifted into “R”
position with the ignition switch in the
“ON” position, rear view monitor system
will activate. For instructions, see “Rear
view monitor system” on page 335 in Section 1- 9.
(f) Parking
1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop.
2. With the brake pedal pressed down,
fully depress the parking brake pedal
to apply the parking brake securely.
3. With the brake pedal pressed down,
shift the selector lever to the “P” position.
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Traction control system
(two- wheel drive models)
CAUTION
NOTICE
Never attempt to move the selector
lever into “P” position under any circumstances while the vehicle is moving. Serious mechanical damage and
loss of vehicle control may result.
Always use the brake pedal or the
parking brake to hold the vehicle on
an upgrade. Do not attempt to hold
the vehicle using the accelerator pedal, as this can cause the transmission
to overheat.
(g) Good driving practice
If the transmission repeatedly shifts up
(h) If you cannot shift the selector lever out of “P” position
and down between fourth gear and
overdrive when climbing a gentle slope,
shift the selector lever to the “4” position. Be sure to shift the selector lever
to the “D” position immediately afterward.
If you cannot shift the selector lever from
the “P” position even though the brake
pedal is depressed, use the shift lock
override button. For instructions, see “If
you cannot shift automatic transmission
selector lever” on page 414 in Section 4.
When towing a trailer, in order to maintain engine braking efficiency, do not
use “D” position.
CAUTION
Always keep your foot on the brake
pedal while stopped with the engine
running. This prevents the vehicle
from creeping.
The traction control system automatically helps prevent the spinning of front
wheels when the vehicle is started or
accelerated on slippery road surfaces.
When the ignition key is turned to “ON”,
the system automatically turns on.
CAUTION
Under certain slippery road conditions, full traction of the vehicle and
power against front wheels cannot be
maintained, even though the traction
control system is in operation. Do not
drive the vehicle under any speed or
maneuvering conditions which may
cause the vehicle to lose traction
control. In situations where the road
surface is covered with ice or snow,
your vehicle should be fitted with
snow tires or tire chains. Always
drive at an appropriate and cautious
speed for the present road conditions.
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When the traction control system is operating, the following conditions occur:
The system controls the spinning of the
front wheels. At this time, the slip indicator light blinks.
You may feel vibration or noise in your
vehicle, caused by operation of the
brakes. This indicates the system is
functioning properly.
NORMAL DRIVING MODE
Leave the system on during the ordinary driving so that it can operate
when needed.
You may hear a sound in the engine
compartment for a few seconds just after
the vehicle begins to move. This means
that the traction control system is in the
self- check mode, but does not indicate a
malfunction.
The slip indicator light comes on for a few
seconds when the ignition key is turned
to “ON”. If the indicator light does not
come on when the ignition is turned on,
contact your Toyota dealer.
TRACTION CONTROL OFF MODE
If your wheels get stuck in a ditch
when you are driving on a severe off
road and sand, turn off the traction
control system. This system that controls engine performance interferes with
the process of freeing your wheels.
To turn off: Push “TRAC OFF” switch.
The “TRAC OFF” indicator light will come
on.
To turn on: Push “TRAC OFF” switch
once again.
The “TRAC OFF” indicator light will go off.
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“TRAC OFF” indicator light comes on for
a few seconds when the ignition key is
turned to “ON”. It will come on again
when you push the “TRAC OFF” switch to
turn off the system.
In the following cases, contact your Toyota
dealer:
The warning light does not come on
after the ignition key is turned to “ON”.
The warning light remains on after the
In the following cases, contact your Toyota
dealer:
ignition key is turned to “ON”.
The warning light comes on while driv-
The indicator light does not come on
ing.
when the ignition key is turned “ON”.
The indicator light remains on after the
ignition is turned on.
The indicator light comes on with the
normal driving mode while driving.
“VSC” warning light
This light warns that there is a problem
somewhere in the traction control system
or the vehicle skid control system.
The light will come on when the ignition
key is turned to “ON” and will go off after
a few seconds.
If the light comes on while driving, the
system does not work. However, as conventional braking operates when applied,
there is no problem to continue your driving.
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Traction control system
(four- wheel drive models)
The traction control system automatically helps prevent the spinning of 4
wheels when the vehicle is started or
accelerated on slippery road surfaces.
When the traction control system is operating, the following conditions occur:
The system controls the spinning of the
4 wheels. At this time, the slip indicator light blinks.
When the ignition key is turned to “ON”,
the system automatically turns on.
You may feel vibration or noise in your
vehicle, caused by operation of the
brakes. This indicates the system is
functioning properly.
CAUTION
Under certain slippery road conditions, full traction of the vehicle and
power against 4 wheels cannot be
maintained, even though the traction
control system is in operation. Do not
drive the vehicle under any speed or
maneuvering conditions which may
cause the vehicle to lose traction
control. In situations where the road
surface is covered with ice or snow,
your vehicle should be fitted with
snow tires or tire chains. Always
drive at an appropriate and cautious
speed for the present road conditions.
NORMAL DRIVING MODE
The slip indicator light comes on for a few
seconds when the ignition key is turned
to “ON”. If the indicator light does not
come on when the ignition is turned on,
contact your Toyota dealer.
Leave the system on during the ordinary driving so that it can operate
when needed.
You may hear a sound in the engine
compartment for a few seconds just after
the vehicle begins to move. This means
that the traction control system is in the
self- check mode, but does not indicate a
malfunction.
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Vehicle skid control system
In the following cases, contact your Toyota
dealer:
The warning light does not come on
after the ignition key is turned to “ON”.
The warning light remains on after the
ignition key is turned to “ON”.
The warning light comes on while driving.
The vehicle skid control system helps
provide integrated control of the systems such as an anti- lock brake system, brake assist system, traction control, engine control, etc. This system
automatically controls the brakes and
engine to help prevent the vehicle from
skidding when cornering on a slippery
road surface or operating steering
wheel abruptly.
This system activates when the vehicle
speed is about more than 15 km/h (9
mph).
“VSC” warning light
This light warns that there is a problem
somewhere in the traction control system
or the vehicle skid control system.
You may hear a sound in the engine
compartment for a few seconds just after
the vehicle begins to move. This means
that the system is in the self- check mode,
but does not indicate a malfunction.
The light will come on when the ignition
key is turned to “ON” and will go off after
a few seconds.
If the light comes on while driving, the
system does not work. However, as conventional braking operates when applied,
there is no problem to continue your driving.
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CAUTION
Do not rely excessively on the vehicle skid control system. Even if
the vehicle skid control system is
operating, you must always drive
carefully and attentively to avoid
serious injury. Reckless driving will
result in an unexpected accident. If
the slip indicator light flashes,
sounding an alarm sounds, special
care should be taken while driving.
Only use tires of specified size. The
size, manufacturer, brand and tread
pattern for all 4 tires should be the
same. If you use the tires other
than specified, or different type or
size, the vehicle skid control system may not function correctly.
When replacing the tires or wheels,
contact your Toyota dealer. (See
“Checking and replacing tires” on
page 448 in Section 7- 2.)
If the vehicle is going to skid during driving, the slip indicator light blinks and an
alarm sounds intermittently. Special care
should be taken while driving.
“VSC” warning light
The slip indicator light comes on for a few
seconds when the ignition key is turned
to “ON”. If the indicator light does not
come on when the ignition is turned on,
contact your Toyota dealer.
The light will come on when the ignition
key is turned to “ON” and will go off after
a few seconds.
This light warns that there is a problem
somewhere in the vehicle skid control system or the traction control system.
If the light comes on while driving, the
system does not work. However, as conventional braking operates when applied,
there is no problem to continue your driving.
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Tire pressure warning system
In the following cases, contact your Toyota
dealer:
The warning light does not come on
after the ignition key is turned to “ON”.
The warning light remains on after the
ignition key is turned to “ON”.
The warning light comes on while driving.
The tire pressure warning system is designed to provide warning when tire
pressure of any one of the tires is critically low while the vehicle is moving.
The low tire pressure warning light
comes on to inform you that such low
tire pressure may hamper driving.
This system is not designed to operate
when the vehicle is stopped. Therefore,
check the tire pressure regularly. The recommended cold tire pressure, tire size
and the vehicle capacity weight are on the
tire pressure label. (For instructions, see
“Checking tire pressure” on page 447 in
Section 7- 2.)
Installed tires should be of the specified
size. They should be of the same size
and construction. If tires other than the
specified size are used, or if tires of different sizes or constructions are mixed,
the tire pressure warning system will not
function properly.
LOW TIRE PRESSURE WARNING LIGHT
This light comes on when the ignition key
is turned to the “ON” position. It goes off
after a few seconds. This indicates that
the tire pressure warning system is functioning properly.
If the low tire pressure warning light
comes on or blinks while driving, do
the following.
If the warning light comes on:
Vehicles with standard tires—
Adjust the tire pressure to the specified
level as soon as possible. (See “Tires”
on page 473 in Section 8.)
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Once the ignition switch is turned off, the
warning light also goes off. If the light
comes on again when the vehicle is
started after adjusting the tire pressure to
the specified level, have the tire pressure
warning system checked at your Toyota
dealer.
Once the ignition switch is turned off,
the warning light also goes off. If the
light comes on again when the vehicle
is started after adjusting the tire pressure to the specified level, have the
tire pressure warning system checked
at your Toyota dealer.
The tire pressure warning system does
not function properly under certain circumstances. In the following cases, the
low tire pressure warning light may not
come on even if the tire pressure is
low, or it may come on when the tire
pressure is actually normal.
If you have a flat tire, replace it with the
spare tire. For details, see “If you have
a flat tire” on page 397 in Section 4.
For details about the run- flat tires, see
“Run- flat tires” on page 453 in Section
7- 2.
The tread wear is uneven among the
Vehicles with run- flat tires—
If the warning light blinks slowly (every
0.5 seconds):
Decelerate at a speed below 90 km/h
(55 mph), then adjust the tire pressure
to the specified level as soon as possible. Do not drive more than 160 km
(100 miles).
When the tire pressure is below 140
kPa (1.4 kgf/cm2 or bar, 20 psi), consult your Toyota dealer. If the tire is
flat or the tire pressure is below 100
kPa (1.0 kgf/cm2 or bar, 15 psi), the
tire must be replaced. Do not use the
repaired tire.
When the tire pressure is 140 kPa (1.4
kgf/cm2
or bar, 20 psi) or more, adjust
it to specified level. (See “Tires” on
page 473 in Section 8.)
tires.
A compact spare tire, snow tires, or
tire chains are used.
The tire pressure is excessively higher
The low tire pressure warning system may
be malfunctioning. Contact your Toyota
dealer.
than specified, or tire pressure suddenly drops due to bursting or other
causes.
If the warning light blinks rapidly (every
0.25 seconds):
The vehicle is driven on a slippery
The low tire pressure warning system
needs to be initialized. Reset the system
with the tire pressure warning system reset switch. (To reset the system, see
“TIRE PRESSURE WARNING SYSTEM
RESET SWITCH”.)
road surface such as rough or frozen
roads.
The vehicle speed is less than 30 km/h
(19 mph) or more than 100 km/h (62
mph), and the driving duration is less
than 5 minutes.
The tires differ in tread pattern or
manufacturer.
The tires are not the specified size.
The tread wear is very different among
the installed tires.
The pressure of two or more tires
drops at the same time.
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Rapid
acceleration/deceleration
sharp turns is continue.
or
Towing a trailer.
The loading is over the limit or imbalanced.
Initialization was not performed correctly after replacing or rotating tires or
wheels.
CAUTION
When the tire pressure warning light
comes on, observe the following instructions:
Vehicles with the standard tires—
Adjust the tire pressure to the specified level as soon as possible.
Vehicles with the run- flat tires—
Decelerate as soon as possible to
the lowest appropriate speed that
conditions permit. Do not drive for
longer than 160 km (100 miles) or
over 90 km/h (55 mph).
Avoid abrupt steering wheel maneuvering and braking. If the vehicle
tires deteriorate, you could lose
control of the steering wheel or the
brakes, causing death or serious injury.
Note: The tire pressure warning system on your vehicle will warm you
when one of your tires is significantly
under- inflated and when some combinations of your tires are significantly under- inflated. However, there are
other combinations of significantly
under- inflated tires for which your
tire pressure warning system may not
warm you. These other combinations
are relatively common, accounting for
approximately half the instances in
which vehicles have significantly under- inflated tires. For example, your
system may not warm you when both
tires on the same side or on the
same axle of your vehicle are significantly under- inflated. It is particularly
important, therefore, for you to check
the tire pressure in all of your tires
regularly and maintain proper pressure.
TIRE PRESSURE
RESET SWITCH
WARNING
SYSTEM
The tire pressure warning system need
to be initialized in the following conditions:
When the low tire pressure warning
light blinks every 0.25 seconds
After replacing or rotating tires or
wheels
When initializing the system, the present tire condition is stored as a standard.
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To initialize the system, perform the following:
If the low tire pressure warning light does
not blink when you push and hold the
reset switch, have the low pressure warning system checked at your Toyota dealer.
1. Park the vehicle at a safe place and
apply the parking brake. Stop the engine.
When the warning light blinks every 0.25
seconds while driving, you may be unable
to reset the system. In this case, set the
system again according to the above procedure.
2. Adjust the pressure of all the installed
tires to the specified level. (See “Tires”
on page 473 in Section 8.)
3. Turn the ignition key to “ON”.
4. Push and hold the reset switch until
the low tire pressure warning light
blinks three times.
5. Initialization is completed after driving
at the speeds of 30 km/h (19 mph) or
over for about 8 hours total, when the
tire pressure warning system detects
the normal tire pressure.
When initializing the system, make sure
the low tire pressure warning light blinks
three times. If the warning light does not
blink three times, initializing will be failed
and the tire pressure warning system will
not function properly.
Do not push the reset switch without adjusting the tire pressure to the specified
level. Otherwise, the low tire pressure
warning light may not come on even if the
tire pressure is low, or it may come on
when the tire pressure is actually normal.
If you push the reset switch while the
vehicle is moving, initialization is not performed.
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Parking brake
Cruise control
When parking, firmly apply the parking
brake to avoid inadvertent creeping.
To set: Fully depress the parking brake
pedal. For better holding power, first depress the brake pedal and hold it while
setting the parking brake.
To release: Depress the parking brake
pedal once again.
To remind you that the parking brake is
set, the parking brake reminder light in
the instrument panel remains on until you
release the parking brake.
Type A
CAUTION
Before driving, be sure the parking
brake is fully released and the parking brake reminder light is off.
The cruise control allows you to cruise
the vehicle at a desired speed over 40
km/h (25 mph) even with your foot off
the accelerator pedal.
Your cruising speed can be maintained up
or down grades within the limits of engine
performance, although a slight speed
change may occur when driving up or
down the grades. On steeper hills, a
greater speed change will occur so it is
better to drive without the cruise control.
CAUTION
To help maintain maximum control
of your vehicle, do not use the
cruise control when driving in
heavy or varying traffic, or on slippery (rainy, icy or snow- covered) or
winding roads.
Avoid vehicle speed increases when
driving downhill. If the vehicle
speed is too fast in relation to the
cruise control set speed, cancel the
cruise control then downshift the
transmission to use engine braking
to slow down.
Type B
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CAUTION
To avoid accidental cruise control engagement, keep the “ON- OFF” button
off when not using the cruise control.
TURNING THE SYSTEM ON
SETTING AT A DESIRED SPEED
To operate the cruise control, press the
“ON- OFF” button. This turns the system
on. The indicator light in the instrument
panel shows that you can now set the
vehicle at a desired cruising speed. Another press will turn the system completely
off.
The transmission must be in “D” before
you set the cruise control speed.
When the ignition is turned off, the system
is also automatically turned off. To use
cruise control again, press the “ON- OFF”
button again to turn it on.
Bring your vehicle to the desired speed,
push the lever down in the “- SET” direction and release it. This sets the vehicle
at that speed. If the speed is not satisfactory, tap the lever up for a faster speed,
or tap it down for a slower speed. Each
tap changes the set speed by 1.6 km/h
(1.0 mph). You can now take your foot off
the accelerator pedal.
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If you need acceleration—for example,
when passing—depress the accelerator
pedal enough for the vehicle to exceed
the set speed. When you release it, the
vehicle will return to the speed set prior
to the acceleration.
RESETTING TO A FASTER SPEED
RESUMING THE PRESET SPEED
Push the lever up in the “+ RES” direction
and hold it. Release the lever when the
desired speed is attained. While the lever
is held up, the vehicle will gradually gain
speed.
If the preset speed is cancelled by pulling
the control lever or by depressing the
brake pedal, pushing the lever up in the
“+ RES” direction will restore the speed
set prior to cancellation.
CANCELLING THE PRESET SPEED
However, a faster way to reset is to accelerate the vehicle and then push the
lever down in the “- SET” direction.
However, once the vehicle speed falls below about 40 km/h (25 mph), the preset
speed will not be resumed.
RESETTING TO A SLOWER SPEED
CRUISE CONTROL FAILURE WARNING
If the vehicle speed falls below about 40
km/h (25 mph), the preset speed will automatically cancel out.
Push the lever down in the “- SET” direction and hold it. Release the lever when
the desired speed is attained. While the
lever is held down, the vehicle speed will
gradually decrease.
If the “CRUISE” indicator light in the
instrument cluster flashes when using the
cruise control, press the “ON- OFF” button
to turn the system off and then press it
again to turn it on.
If the vehicle speed drops 16 km/h (10
mph) below the preset speed, the preset
speed will also automatically cancel out.
However, a faster way to reset is to depress the brake pedal and then push the
lever down in the “- SET” direction.
If any of the following conditions then occurs, there is some trouble in the cruise
control system.
If the preset speed automatically cancels
out other than for the above cases, have
your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer at the earliest opportunity.
Even if you downshift from “D” to “4”, with
the cruise control on, engine braking will
not be enabled because the cruise control
is not cancelled. To decrease the vehicle
speed, reset to a slower speed with the
cruise control lever or depress the brake
pedal. If you use the brake pedal, cruise
control is cancelled.
The indicator light does not come on.
The indicator light flashes again.
The indicator light goes out after it
You can cancel the preset speed by:
a. Pulling the lever in the “CANCEL” direction and releasing it.
b.
Depressing the brake pedal.
comes on.
If this is the case, contact your Toyota
dealer and have your vehicle inspected.
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Dynamic laser cruise control—
Dynamic laser cruise control allows you
to drive at a selected cruising speed
over about 45 km/h (28 mph) with your
foot off the accelerator pedal, maintaining an appropriate vehicle- to- vehicle
distance.
1. Cruise control switch
2. Distance switch
3. Display
4. “NORM.” indicator light
(conventional cruise control mode
indicator light)
CAUTION
Do not rely excessively on dynamic
laser cruise control in order to avoid
serious injury or death, or to prevent
accidents or to control the vehicle’s
speed in emergency situations. Do
not use cruise control except in appropriate road and traffic conditions.
Always drive carefully and attentively.
Before using dynamic laser cruise
control, read and understand the following instructions.
5. “CRUISE” indicator light
6. “READY” indicator light
(ready mode indicator light)
7. Master warning light
Steering wheel
Instrument cluster
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—Dynamic laser cruise control
modes
—Vehicle- to- vehicle distance
control mode
The dynamic laser cruise control function has two cruise control modes.
Vehicle- to- vehicle
distance
control
mode for maintaining an appropriate
distance between vehicles
Conventional (fixed speed) cruise control mode for cruising at preset speeds
Vehicle- to- vehicle distance control mode
The laser radar sensor in this system
primarily detects the reflectors of the
vehicle ahead of you to determine the
presence of the vehicle ahead as well
as measuring the vehicle- to- vehicle distance. The detection range of the sensor is about 120 m (400 ft.) ahead.
You can change the mode by using the
control lever.
CAUTION
The two cruise control modes function differently. If you use dynamic laser cruise
control, always confirm which mode is selected.
Dynamic laser cruise control is not a
collision- avoidance system and will
not prevent accidents. Dynamic laser
cruise control is a vehicle speed control device that is intended for use
only on freeways or roads where the
traffic is light or moderate. To avoid
serious injury, you must use caution
and be attentive to road and traffic
conditions while using dynamic laser
cruise control.
For the vehicle- to- vehicle distance control
mode, see “—Vehicle- to- vehicle distance
control mode” on page 194. For the conventional (fixed speed) cruise control
mode, see “—Conventional (fixed speed)
cruise control mode” on page 205.
Conventional (fixed speed) cruise control
mode
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DYNAMIC LASER
OPERATIONS
CRUISE
CONTROL
The dynamic laser cruise control function operates automatically and depending on whether a vehicle is detected
ahead may change the speed of your
vehicle as follows.
If no vehicle is running ahead of you—
1. Cruising at a fixed speed: If there is
no vehicle detected ahead, your
cruising speed is maintained at the
preset speed from about 45 km/h (28
mph) to about 135 km/h (85 mph). The
preset speed is displayed in the
display. For the vehicle speed setting,
see “SETTING THE DESIRED SPEED”
on page 199.
If a vehicle is detected ahead of you—
2. Deceleration cruising function: If a
slower moving vehicle is detected
ahead of you, your vehicle cruising
speed decreases within the range of
about 40 km/h (25 mph) to about 135
km/h (85 mph). The display shows the
preset speed, the detected vehicle
ahead and selected vehicle- to- vehicle
distance. If your vehicle gets closer to
the vehicle ahead because of insufficient automatic deceleration, then the
alarm warns you to also manually apply brakes.
3. Follow- up cruising function: After deceleration, your vehicle cruising speed
changes in proportion to the speed of
the vehicle ahead to maintain an appropriate distance from your vehicle to
the vehicle ahead. The vehicle- to- vehicle distance can be changed. For details, see “CHANGING VEHICLE- TOVEHICLE DISTANCE” on page 201.
4. Acceleration cruising function: If the
vehicle ahead changes lanes, your vehicle cruising speed will be gradually
increased up to the preset speed, and
your vehicle resumes fixed- speed
cruising.
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This system operates by detecting primarily the reflectors of the vehicle
ahead. The distance may not be accurately or absolutely detected in the following cases:
The vehicle ahead has higher ground
clearance, which means that the
placement of the reflectors is in a
higher position.
The rear section of the vehicle ahead
is extremely dirty.
The vehicle ahead or other vehicles
around you are flinging up water or
snow.
Excessive exhaust gas (black smoke)
is coming from the vehicle ahead or
other vehicles around you, obscuring
your front view.
There is an obstruction (protective
film, sticker, etc.) on the reflectors
on the vehicle ahead, or reflectors
are not installed on the vehicle
ahead or are damaged.
Heavy
luggage in
the luggage
compartment or rear seats is causing the nose of your vehicle to tilt
up.
CAUTION
CAUTION
To avoid accidents, always keep the
laser radar sensor glass clean and
never allow it to be covered with
icicle or any substance, so it can detect the vehicle in front. (See “LASER
RADAR SENSOR” on page 203.)
Do not rely excessively on dynamic
laser cruise control. Observe the following precautions in order to avoid
serious injury or death:
Under certain conditions where the
vehicle in front slows drastically, or
is stopped, the dynamic laser cruise
control will neither warn you nor
decelerate. You must depress the
brake pedal to slow down, ensuring
collision avoidance or that sufficient vehicle- to- vehicle distance is
maintained.
Do not use dynamic laser cruise
control in the following conditions:
In bad weather (such as rain, fog,
snow, sandstorms or direct sunlight, or when raindrops or snowflakes get on the laser radar sensor
glass), the vehicle- to- vehicle distance will not be measured accurately.
When using the windshield wipers
at high or low speeds the dynamic
laser radar cruise control turns off.
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On roads with heavy traffic or
sharp bends, an appropriate speed
cannot be maintained and an accident may occur.
On slippery road surfaces (icy or
snow- covered road surfaces), the
tires will race and you will be unable to control the vehicle.
When there is no vehicle detected
ahead on steep downhill slopes, the
preset speed will be easily exceeded because of inefficient engine
braking. (In this case, automatic
braking will not work.) If there is a
vehicle detected ahead, the delay in
deceleration timing could cause serious injury or death.
On roads with steep and short inclines and declines, failure to detect the vehicle ahead will shorten
the distance between your vehicle
and the vehicle ahead and an accident may occur.
Deceleration cruising function and
approach warning do not operate
when the vehicle ahead is at a stop
or driving very slowly.
If the vehicle ahead of you decelerates abruptly or if another vehicle
cuts in ahead of you, your vehicle
may collide with the vehicle ahead
unless you manually depress the
brake pedal to slow down your vehicle.
Depending on the road configuration (curved, left and right continuous curved, the start or end of a
curve, or narrow driving lanes due
to road construction) or your vehicle condition (steering wheel maneuvering, position in the lane, or
unstable driving because of an accident or breakdown), vehicles in other lanes or surrounding objects
may be detected, resulting in a control failure or the approach warning
activation. This may also result in
a very close distance between vehicles due to a failure to detect the
vehicle ahead.
When the alarm sounds frequently
(because acceleration or deceleration was repeated or sufficient vehicle- to- vehicle distance was not
maintained), an appropriate vehicle
speed cannot be attained and an
accident may occur.
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Dynamic laser cruise control should not
be used in circumstances which are inappropriate for any cruise control, such as
entering free way on- ramps or off- ramps.
CAUTION
Do not use dynamic laser cruise
control when exiting from or when
entering or merging onto a freeway.
When you are following a slower
moving vehicle and exiting, the sensor does not detect the vehicle and
will accelerate to the preset speed.
If other vehicles are driving outside
of the laser radar detection range,
a delay in the detection of the vehicle cutting in at short range or
failure to detect a motorcycle running on the side of the same lane
will occur. In this case, the dynamic
laser cruise control system will not
function properly.
When a slower vehicle in front of
you leaves the lane, the dynamic
laser cruise control will no longer
detect a vehicle ahead and will attempt to accelerate the vehicle to
the faster preset speed.
TURNING THE SYSTEM ON
To operate dynamic laser cruise control,
press the “ON- OFF” button. This turns the
system on. When the “CRUISE” and
“READY” indicator lights in the instrument
cluster come on, you can now set your
desired cruising speed and vehicle- to- vehicle distance. Pressing the “ON- OFF”
button again will turn the system completely off.
When the ignition is turned off, the system
is also automatically turned off. To use
dynamic laser cruise control again, press
the “ON- OFF” button again to turn it on.
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When the ignition is turned off, all the
preset data is cleared. When you use the
dynamic laser cruise control again, you
need to reset the data.
If you need to accelerate—for example,
when passing—depress the accelerator
pedal enough for the vehicle to exceed
the preset speed. When you release the
accelerator pedal, the vehicle will return to
the control prior to acceleration.
CAUTION
You cannot set a desired speed if the
master warning light comes on, the alarm
sounds and the display indicates one of
the warning codes “E1”, “E2” or “E3”. If
any of the above codes appears on the
display,
see
“VEHICLE- TO- VEHICLE
DISTANCE CONTROL MODE FAILURE
WARNING” on page 204.
To avoid accidentally engaging the
cruise control, keep the “ON- OFF”
button off when not using the dynamic laser cruise control.
SETTING THE DESIRED SPEED
The transmission must be in “D” before
you set the cruise control speed.
Bring your vehicle to the desired speed,
push the lever down in the “- SET” direction and release it. This sets the vehicle
at that speed. At this time, the display
indicates settings such as the preset vehicle speed, whether a vehicle is present
ahead and selected vehicle- to- vehicle distance. If there is no vehicle detected
ahead, the display does not indicate the
vehicle ahead. You can now take your foot
off the accelerator pedal.
CANCELLING THE PRESET SPEED
You can cancel the preset speed by doing
any of the following:
a. Pulling the
direction.
lever
in
the
“CANCEL”
b. Depressing the brake pedal.
c. Pressing the “ON- OFF” button.
If cancelled by a. or b., the “READY”
indicator comes on and the dynamic laser
cruise control enters the ready mode.
If cancelled by c., the “CRUISE” indicator
light goes off in the instrument panel. In
this case, the preset speed data is
cleared, and you must set the speed from
the beginning.
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RESETTING TO A FASTER SPEED
RESETTING TO A SLOWER SPEED
b. The slip indicator light blinks and an
alarm sounds. (This occurs when the
vehicle is about to skid.)
Push the lever up in the “+ RES” direction
and hold it. The displayed speed will increase in increments of 5 mph (for the
U.S.A.) or 5 km/h (for Canada). Release
the lever when the desired speed is attained. The vehicle speed will gradually increase to the display speed.
Push the lever down in the “- SET” direction and hold it. The displayed speed will
decrease in increments of 5 mph (for the
U.S.A.) or 5 km/h (for Canada). Release
the lever when the desired speed is attained. The vehicle speed will gradually decrease to the display speed.
If cancelled by a. or b., the “READY”
indicator comes on and the dynamic laser
cruise control enters the ready mode.
However, a faster way to reset is to accelerate the vehicle and then push the
lever down in the “- SET” direction.
However, a faster way to reset is to depress the brake pedal and then push the
lever down in the “- SET” direction.
In the following cases, the preset speed automatically cancels out:
a. The vehicle speed falls below about 40
km/h (25 mph). (40 km/h (25 mph) is
designated as a cancel speed.)
If one of the warning codes “E1”, “E2” or
“E3” appears on the display, the preset
speed automatically cancels out. See
“VEHICLE- TO- VEHICLE
DISTANCE
CONTROL MODE FAILURE WARNING” on
page 204.
If the preset speed automatically cancels
out for other than the above reasons, do
not operate the dynamic laser cruise control. Although there is no problem to continue driving, please contact your Toyota
dealer.
CAUTION
When the vehicle- to- vehicle distance
control is on, your cruising speed is
regulated in proportion to the speed
of the vehicle ahead, so increasing
the preset speed using the control
lever does not accelerate the vehicle.
However, if the vehicle ahead leaves
the lane, your cruising speed will increase to the preset speed because
the preset speed has been set higher
using the control lever. Confirm the
setting on the display.
If the control lever is released when the
vehicle speed exceeds the upper limit of
the preset speed traveling downhill while
you are pushing the lever down, the system will memorize the upper limit of the
preset speed as a preset speed.
Even if you downshift from “D” to “4” in
the vehicle- to- vehicle distance control
mode, engine braking will not be enabled
because this mode is not cancelled. To
decrease the vehicle speed, reset to a
slower speed with the cruise control lever
or depress the brake pedal. If you use the
brake pedal, cruise control is cancelled.
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RESUMING THE PRESET SPEED
If the preset speed has been cancelled,
when you push the lever up in the
“+ RES” direction while the “READY” indicator in the instrument cluster comes on
at a vehicle speed of more than 40 km/h
(25 mph), the speed set prior to cancellation will be restored.
During follow- up cruising, if there are no
vehicles
ahead because
they have
changed lanes, your vehicle will accelerate
gradually up to the preset speed. At this
time, pushing the lever up in the “+ RES”
direction will quickly speed up your vehicle in vehicle- to- vehicle distance control
mode.
CHANGING
DISTANCE
VEHICLE- TO- VEHICLE
You can select one of the following vehicleto- vehicle distances.
1. LONG
2. MIDDLE
3. SHORT
Each time you pull the
briefly toward you, the
from LONG to MIDDLE
then back to LONG. You
setting on the display.
distance switch
setting changes
to SHORT and
can confirm the
Your vehicle speed changes in proportion
to the speed of the vehicle ahead, maintaining the selected distance. However, if
the vehicle ahead is slower, the selected
distance will be shorter than the designated distance.
When the vehicle- to- vehicle distance control mode is activated or the “READY”
indicator comes on, the vehicle- to- vehicle
distance setting can be changed.
The vehicle- to- vehicle distance is always
set to LONG when the ignition switch is
turned on.
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Select the vehicle- to- vehicle distance considering traffic conditions. The approximate
vehicle- to- vehicle distance based on time
interval when driving at 88 km/h (55 mph)
is shown below:
Braking control is operating only when the
vehicle- to- vehicle distance control mode
is selected and your vehicle speed exceeds about 40 km/h (25 mph). If the
speed decreases below about 40 km/h (25
mph), braking control will cease, requiring
the manual application of brakes.
LONG . . . . . . . . . . . about 75 m (245 ft.)
MIDDLE . . . . . . . . . . about 50 m (165 ft.)
SHORT . . . . . . . . . . about 30 m (100 ft.)
CAUTION
If the vehicle speed is slower than 88
km/h (55 mph), the distance will be shorter than the above.
During long downhill driving, the vehicleto- vehicle distance will be shorter than
the selected distance.
BRAKING CONTROL
Dynamic laser cruise control is not a collision avoidance system. If the approach
warning is activated, depress the brake
pedal to decelerate to ensure an appropriate vehicle- to- vehicle distance.
If you are getting closer to the vehicle
ahead at a relatively higher speed than
that of the vehicle ahead or if engine
braking cannot be applied properly, braking control is automatically activated. At
this time, the display flashes.
Braking control will not ensure that
your vehicle will reduce speed appropriately. You must depress the
brake pedal to slow down, ensuring
collision avoidance or that sufficient
vehicle- to- vehicle distance is maintained.
APPROACH WARNING
While you are cruising in the vehicle- tovehicle distance control mode, if the vehicle ahead decelerates abruptly or if
another vehicle cuts in ahead of you, inadequate braking will make your vehicle
become closer to the vehicle ahead of you
and the display will flash and beep.
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Before driving in the vehicle- to- vehicle
distance control mode, make sure the
radar sensor glass is clean.
CAUTION
If the display flashes and beeps,
you must depress the brake pedal
to slow down to avoid a collision
or maintain sufficient vehicle- to- vehicle distance.
This product is a class I laser product
complied with 21 C.F.R part 1040.10.
In the following conditions, the ap-
CAUTION
proach warning may not turn on
even if the vehicle drives closer to
the vehicle ahead, and an accident
may occur:
Your vehicle and the vehicle ahead
are cruising at almost the same
speed.
The vehicle ahead is cruising at a
faster speed than yours. (The distance between the vehicles will become longer.)
The vehicle ahead is at a stop or
driving very slowly. Pay special
attention to a very slow vehicle at
the end of the line in heavy traffic
or at a tollgate.
The speed has just been set.
The accelerator pedal is depressed
or has just been released.
To ensure that dynamic laser cruise
control will function properly while
driving, observe the following:
LASER RADAR SENSOR
The laser radar sensor is used for vehicle- to- vehicle distance control cruising.
If dirt is on the sensor glass, the
dynamic laser cruise control function is
automatically cancelled and a warning
code appears on the display. (See
“VEHICLE- TO- VEHICLE
DISTANCE
CONTROL MODE FAILURE WARNING”
on page 204.)
However, if the glass sensor is covered
with icicle or any substance, dirt may
not be detected.
Always keep the laser radar sensor
glass clean. When cleaning, use a
soft cloth and be careful not to
damage the sensor.
Avoid strong impacts around the laser radar sensor. An incorrect laser
radar sensor alignment will result in
system malfunction. A special device is required to adjust the laser
radar sensor alignment. Be sure to
have the sensor adjusted by your
Toyota dealer.
Do not affix a sticker (including a
transparent sticker) or attach an accessory around the laser radar sensor.
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If “E1” appears on the display, the system cannot easily measure the vehicle- tovehicle distance because of a dirty laser
radar sensor glass while the dynamic laser cruise control is on.
If this code appears, clean the sensor
glass with a soft cloth and try setting the
preset speed again. If the dirt is removed
without cleaning, the system will automatically enter the ready mode.
VEHICLE- TO- VEHICLE
DISTANCE
CONTROL MODE FAILURE WARNING
If there is trouble somewhere in the dynamic laser cruise control while the vehicle- to- vehicle distance control mode is
on, the master warning light comes on
and the alarm sounds, and one of the
warning codes “E1”, “E2” or “E3” will appear on the display. Dynamic laser cruise
control is automatically cancelled.
If “E3” appears on the display, the
“CRUISE” indicator light in the instrument
cluster also flashes.
If the system does not enter the ready
mode even after cleaning or the code remains on the display, the system might be
malfunctioning. Although there is no problem to continue driving, please contact
your Toyota dealer.
CAUTION
Always keep the sensor glass and
never allow it to be covered with
icicle or any substance, so it can detect the vehicle in front.
If “E2” appears on the display, the system cannot easily measure the vehicle- tovehicle distance because of the following
conditions:
The wipers are operating at high or low
speeds
Direct sunlight from the front
It is difficult to make a measurement
because of bad weather (such as rainy,
foggy, or snowy weather)
In the following cases, dynamic laser cruise
control switches to the ready mode:
The
wipers are stopped or
switched to intermittent operation.
are
No direct sunlight from the front
In the above conditions, push the lever up
in the “+ RES” direction and release it.
Dynamic laser cruise control will be restored. If the setting operation cannot be
performed or if the warning code still appears even after the weather clears, the
system might have malfunctioned. Although there is no problem to continue
driving, please contact your Toyota dealer.
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—Conventional (fixed speed)
cruise control mode
If “E3” appears on the display, a system
malfunction has been detected.
If this code appears, stop your vehicle in
a safe place, turn the ignition off, and
then restart it to reset the system. If the
setting still cannot be made or the same
code appears again, the system might
have malfunctioned. Although there is no
problem to continue driving, please contact your Toyota dealer.
This mode allows you to cruise at a
desired speed over about 45 km/h (28
mph) with your foot off the accelerator
pedal.
Your cruising speed can be maintained up
or down grades within the limits of engine
performance, although a slight speed
change may occur when driving up or
down the grades. On steeper hills, a
greater speed change will occur so it is
better to drive without the cruise control.
CAUTION
In the conventional (fixed speed)
cruise control mode, the approach
warning does not activate and no
alarm will sound even if you are
too close to the vehicle ahead, as
neither the presence of the vehicle
ahead nor the vehicle- to- vehicle
distance is detected. Pay special
attention to the distance between
your vehicle and the vehicle ahead.
Always confirm the setting in the
display.
Do not use the conventional (fixed
speed) mode in the following conditions, or serious injury or death
could result:
To help maintain maximum control
of your vehicle, do not use conventional cruise control mode when using dynamic laser cruise control
while driving in heavy or varying
traffic, or on slippery (rainy, icy or
snow- covered) or winding roads.
Avoid vehicle speed increasing
when driving downhill. If the vehicle
speed is too fast in relation to the
preset speed in the conventional
cruise control mode, cancel the
conventional cruise control mode
and then downshift the transmission to use engine braking to slow
down.
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However, once the vehicle- to- vehicle distance control mode activates and is used,
it cannot be changed to the conventional
cruise control mode using the above operation. To change the mode, press the
“ON- OFF” button to turn the system off
and then press it again to turn it on. Next
push the lever in the “MODE” direction for
longer than about 1 second.
To change to the vehicle- to- vehicle distance control mode from the conventional
cruise control mode, push the lever in the
“MODE” direction for longer than about 1
second.
TURNING THE SYSTEM ON
To operate conventional cruise control
mode, press the “ON- OFF” button. This
turns the system on. The “CRUISE” and
“READY” indicator lights in the instrument
cluster comes on. Push the lever in the
“MODE” direction for longer than 1 second
to change to conventional cruise control
mode. The indicator in the instrument
cluster is as shown. You can now set
your desired cruising speed. Pressing the
“ON- OFF” button again will turn the system completely off.
SETTING THE DESIRED SPEED
CAUTION
To avoid accidentally engaging cruise
control, keep the “ON- OFF” button
off when not using dynamic laser
cruise control.
The transmission must be in “D” before
you set the cruise control speed in the
conventional cruise control mode.
Bring your vehicle to the desired speed,
push the lever down in the “- SET” direction and release it. This sets the vehicle
at that speed and the display shows the
preset speed. You can now take your foot
off the accelerator pedal.
If you need to accelerate—for example,
when passing—depress the accelerator
pedal enough for the vehicle to exceed
the preset speed. When you release the
accelerator pedal, the vehicle will return to
the speed set prior to acceleration.
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You cannot set a desired speed if the
master warning light comes on, the alarm
sounds and the display indicates the
warning code “E3”. If this code appears
on the display, see “CONVENTIONAL
CRUISE
CONTROL
MODE FAILURE
WARNING” on page 208.
If the preset speed automatically cancels
out for other than the above reasons, do
not operate the cruise control. Although it
is no problem to continue driving, have
your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer at the earliest opportunity.
RESETTING TO A SLOWER SPEED
RESETTING TO A FASTER SPEED
CANCELLING THE PRESET SPEED
Push the lever up in the “+ RES” direction
and hold it. Release the lever when the
desired speed is attained. While the lever
is held up, the vehicle will gradually gain
speed.
When the difference between the actual
vehicle speed and the set speed is less
than 5 km/h (3 mph), the set speed can
be lowered 1.6 km/h (1 mph) each time
by pushing the lever down in the “- SET”
direction quickly within 0.6 seconds.
You can cancel the preset speed by doing
any of the following:
a. Pulling the
direction.
lever
in
the
“CANCEL”
b. Depressing the brake pedal.
c. Pressing the “ON- OFF” button.
In the following cases, the preset speed automatically cancels out:
a. The vehicle speed falls below about
40km/h (25 mph).
b. If the vehicle speed drops 16 km/h (10
mph) below the preset speed, the preset speed will also automatically be
cancelled.
When the difference between the actual
vehicle speed and the set speed is less
than 5 km/h (3 mph), the set speed can
be increased 1.6 km/h (1 mph) each time
by pushing the lever up in the “+ RES”
direction quickly within 0.6 seconds.
However, a faster way to reset is to accelerate the vehicle and then push the
lever down in the “- SET” direction.
Push the lever down in the “- SET” direction and hold it. Release the lever when
the desired speed is attained. While the
lever is held down, the vehicle speed will
gradually decrease.
However, a faster way to reset is to accelerate the vehicle and then push the
lever down in the “- SET” direction.
Even if you downshift from “D” to “4” in
the conventional cruise control mode, engine braking will not be enabled because
this mode is not cancelled. To decrease
the vehicle’s speed, reset to a slower
speed with the cruise control lever or depress the brake pedal. If you use the
brake pedal, cruise control is cancelled.
c. The slip indicator light blinks and an
alarm sounds. (This occurs when the
vehicle is about to skid.)
If cancelled by a. or b., the preset speed
data is cleared and you must set the
speed from the beginning.
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RESUMING THE PRESET SPEED
If the preset speed is cancelled by pulling
the lever, by depressing the brake pedal
or vehicle skid control activation, pushing
the lever up in the “+ RES” direction will
restore the speed set prior to cancellation.
However, once the vehicle speed falls below about 40 km/h (25 mph), the preset
speed will not be resumed.
CONVENTIONAL
CRUISE
MODE FAILURE WARNING
CONTROL
If there is trouble in the conventional
cruise control mode, the “CRUISE” indicator light in the instrument cluster flashes,
the master warning light comes on and
the alarm sounds, the warning code “E3”
will appear on the display.
If a system malfunction is detected when
the conventional cruise control mode is in
the ready mode or operating, the master
warning light comes on, an alarm sounds
and the above code appears.
If this code appears, press the “ON- OFF”
button to turn the system off and then
push it again to turn it on. If the setting
still cannot be made or the same code
appears again, the system might have
malfunctioned. Although there is no problem to continue driving, please contact
your Toyota dealer.
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SECTION
1- 7
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Car audio system
Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using your audio system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio remote controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear seat audio system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear seat entertainment system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Car audio/video system operating hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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211
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For vehicle equipped with Navigation system, please refer to the
separate “Navigation System Owner’s Manual”.
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Reference
Type 1- 1: AM·FM radio/cassette player/
compact disc player (with compact disc
changer controller)
Type 1- 2: AM·FM radio/cassette player/
compact disc player (with compact disc
changer controller)
Type 2: AM·FM radio/cassette player/compact disc player with changer
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Using your audio system—
—Some basics
This section describes some of the basic
features on Toyota audio systems. Some
information may not pertain to your system.
TONE AND BALANCE
YOUR RADIO ANTENNA
For details about your system’s tone and
balance controls, see the description of
your own system.
Your vehicle has the mast type antenna or
on- glass antenna printed on the inside of
the rear quarter window.
Your audio system works when the ignition
key is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
Tone
Mast type antenna—To remove an antenna, carefully turn it counterclockwise.
TURNING THE SYSTEM ON AND OFF
Push “PWR·VOL” to turn the audio system
on and off.
Push “AM”, “FM”, “TAPE”, “DISC” or
“LOAD” to turn on that function without
pushing “PWR·VOL”. To turn on the cassette or compact disc player, a cassette
or compact disc must be loaded in the
player.
You can turn on each player by inserting
a cassette tape or compact disc.
You can turn off each player by ejecting
the cassette tape or compact disc. If the
audio system was previously off, then the
entire audio system will be turned off
when you eject the cassette tape or compact disc. If the another function was previously playing, it will come on again.
How good an audio program sounds to
you is largely determined by the mix of
the treble, midrange and bass levels. In
fact, different kinds of music and vocal
programs usually sound better with different mixes of treble, midrange and bass.
Balance
A good balance of the left and right stereo
channels and of the front and rear sound
levels is also important.
Keep in mind that if you are listening to
a stereo recording or broadcast, changing
the right/left balance will increase the volume of one group of sounds while decreasing the volume of another.
NOTICE
Mast type antenna:
To prevent damage to the antenna,
make sure it is removed before
driving your Toyota through an automatic car wash.
On- glass antenna (built- in on the
rear window glass):
Attaching the film (especially conductive or metallic type) on the rear
glass will noticeably reduce the
sensitivity of the radio.
SWITCHING BETWEEN FUNCTIONS
Push “AM”, “FM”, “TAPE”, “DISC” or
“LOAD” if the system is already on but
you want to switch from one function to
another.
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YOUR CASSETTE PLAYER
When you insert a cassette, the exposed
tape should face to the right.
NOTICE
Do not oil any part of the player and
do not insert anything other than cassette tapes into the slot, or the tape
player may be damaged.
YOUR COMPACT DISC PLAYER (type
1- 1 and 1- 2)
When you insert a disc, gently push it in
with the label side up. (The player will
automatically eject a disc if the label side
is down.) The player will play from track
1 through the end of the disc. Then it will
play from track 1 again.
NOTICE
Never try to disassemble or oil any
part of the compact disc player. Do
not insert anything other than compact discs into the slot.
YOUR COMPACT DISC PLAYER WITH
CHANGER (type 2)
When you insert a disc, push the “LOAD”
button and gently push the disc in with
the label side up. (The player will automatically eject a disc if the label side is
down.) This compact disc player can store
up to six discs. The player will play from
track 1 through the end of the disc. Then
it will play from track 1 of the next disc.
NOTICE
Never try to disassemble or oil any
part of the compact disc player. Do
not insert anything other than compact discs into the slot.
The player is intended for use with 12 cm
(4.7 in.) discs only.
NOTICE
Do not stack up two discs for insertion, or it will cause damage to
the compact disc auto changer. Insert only one compact disc into slot
at a time.
Never try to disassemble or oil any
part of the compact disc player. Do
not insert anything except a compact disc into the slot.
The player is intended for use with 12 cm
(4.7 in.) discs only.
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—Controls and features
Type 1- 1
Details of specific buttons, controls and
features are described in the alphabetical
list that follows.
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Type 1- 2
Details of specific buttons, controls and
features are described in the alphabetical
list that follows.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 (Preset buttons)
These buttons are used to preset and
tune in radio stations.
To preset a station to a button: Tune in
the desired station. (See “TUNE” or
“SEEK”.) Push and hold down the button
until you hear a beep—this will set the
station to the button. The button number
will appear on the display.
To recall a preset station: Push the button
for the station you want. The button number and station frequency will appear on
the display.
These systems can store one AM and two
FM stations for each button. (The display
will show “AM”, “FM1” or “FM2” when you
push “AM” or “FM” button.)
(Eject button)
Push the cassette tape eject button to
eject a cassette. Push the compact disc
eject button to eject a compact disc.
(Program)
Compact disc player
Push “
” (preset button 4) to select
the other side of a cassette tape. The
display indicates which side is currently
selected (“ ” indicates the top side, “ ”
indicates the bottom side).
” (preset button 6) or
Push and hold “
“
” (preset button 5) to fast forward or
reverse within a compact disc. When you
release the button, the compact disc player will resume playing.
Auto- reverse feature: After the cassette
player reaches the end of a tape side, it
automatically reverses and begins to play
the other side. This is true whether the
cassette was playing or fast forwarding.
AM
(Reverse/Fast- forward button)
Cassette player
Push “
” (preset button 6) to fast- forward a cassette tape. “FF” will appear on
the display. Push “
” (preset button 5)
to rewind a tape. “REW” will appear on
the display.
To stop the tape while it is fast- forward” or “TAPE” button. To stop
ing, push “
the tape while it is rewinding, push “
”
or “TAPE” button.
If a tape rewinds completely, the cassette
player will stop and then play that same
side. If a tape fast- forwards completely,
the cassette will play the other side of the
tape using the auto- reverse feature.
Push the “AM” button to turn on the radio
and select the AM band. “AM” will appear
on the display.
AUDIO CONTROL (Tone and sound balance adjustment function)
Each
time
you push
the “AUDIO
CONTROL” knob, the mode changes. To
adjust the tone and balance, turn the
knob.
Type 1- 1—
BAS: Adjusts low- pitched tones. The display ranges from -5 to 5.
TRE: Adjusts high- pitched tones. The display ranges from -5 to 5.
FAD: Adjusts the sound balance between
the front and rear speakers. The display
ranges from F7 to R7.
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BAL: Adjusts the sound balance between
the right and left speakers. The display
ranges from L7 to R7.
Type 1- 2—
BAS: Adjusts low- pitched tones. The display ranges from -5 to 5.
MID: Adjusts mid- pitched tones. The display ranges from -5 to 5.
With rear
only—
seat
entertainment
system
With compact disc changer only—
If the rear entertainment system is operated, pushing the “DISC” button switches
the sound of the front audio system and
that of the rear entertainment system.
Error messages
TRE: Adjusts high- pitched tones. The display ranges from -5 to 5.
If the player malfunctions, your audio system will display one of the six following
error messages.
FAD: Adjusts the sound balance between
the front and rear speakers. The display
ranges from F7 to R7.
“WAIT”: The compact disc player unit
may be too hot. Allow the player to cool
down.
BAL: Adjusts the sound balance between
the right and left speakers. The display
ranges from L7 to R7.
“ERROR 1”: The disc may be dirty, damaged or inserted incorrectly (up- side
down). Clean the disc and re- insert it.
SURROUND: Turn on or off the surround
function. “SURROUND ON” or “SURROUND OFF” will appear on the display.
“NO DISC”: The compact disc changer of
separate unit is empty. Insert a disc.
DISC (Compact disc)
Push the “DISC” button to play a compact
disc.
When the audio system is set into compact disc operation, the display shows the
track, or track and disc number currently
being played.
“ERROR 3”: There is a problem inside
the system. Eject the disc or magazine.
Set the disc or magazine again.
“ERROR 4”: Over- current.
Toyota dealer to inspect.
DISC Ask
your
“CD OPEN”: The compact disc changer
lid of separate unit is open. Close the
compact disc changer lid.
If the malfunction still exists, take your
vehicle to your Toyota dealer.
Use these buttons to select the disc you
want to listen to.
Push “” (preset button 3) or “” (preset
button 4) until the number of the disc you
want to listen appears on the display.
Dolby
B NR∗
If you are listening to a tape that was
recorded with Dolby B Noise Reduction,
” will
push “ ” (preset button 3). “
appear on the display. Push the button
again to turn off Dolby B NR.
The Dolby NR mode reduces tape noise
by about 10 dB. For best sound reproduction, play your tapes with this button on
or off according to the mode used to record the tape.
∗ : Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “DOLBY” and the
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories
double D symbol
Licensing Corporation.
FM
Push the “FM” button to turn on the radio
and select the FM band. “FM1” or “FM2”
will appear on the display. This system
allows you to set twelve FM stations, two
for each of the preset button.
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PWR·VOL (Power and Volume)
RPT (Repeat)
With compact disc changer only—
Push “PWR·VOL” to turn the audio system
on and off. Turn “PWR·VOL” to adjust the
volume.
Cassette player
Repeating a disc:
Push and hold “RPT” (preset button 2)
” will apuntil you hear a beep. “
pear on the display. The player will repeat
all the tracks on the disc you are listening
to. When the disc ends, the player will
automatically go back to the top track of
the disc and replay. To turn off the repeat
feature, push this button again.
RAND (Random)
There are two random features—you can
either listen to the tracks on one compact
disc in random order, or listen to the
tracks on all the compact discs in the
magazine in random order.
To play the tracks on one disc in random
order:
Quickly push and release “RAND” (preset
” will appear on the
button 1). “
display and the player will perform the
tracks on the disc you are listening to in
random order. To turn off the random feature, push this button again.
With compact disc changer only—
To play all the tracks in the magazine in
random order:
Push and hold “RAND” (preset button 1)
” will apuntil you hear a beep. “
pear on the display and the player will
perform all the tracks on all the discs in
the magazine in random order. To turn off
the random feature, push this button
again.
Push “RPT” (preset button 2) while the
” will appear on
track is playing. “
the display. When the track ends, it will
automatically rewind and replay. To turn
off the repeat feature, push this button
again.
There must be at least 3 seconds of blank
space between tracks in order for the repeat feature to work correctly.
SCAN
Compact disc player
Radio
There are two repeat features—You can
either replay a disc track or a whole compact disc.
You can either scan all the frequencies on
a band or scan only the preset stations
for that band.
Repeating a track:
Quickly push and release “RPT” (preset
button 2) while the track is playing.
” will appear on the display. When
“
the track ends, it will automatically replay.
To turn off the repeat feature, push this
button again.
To scan the preset stations:
Push and hold “” or “” side of the
“SCAN” button until you hear a beep. The
radio will tune in the next preset station
up or down the band, stay there for 5
seconds, and then move to the next preset station. To stop scanning, push this
button again.
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To scan all the frequencies:
Quickly push and release “” or “” side
of the “SCAN” button. The radio will find
the next station up or down the station
band, stay there for 5 seconds, and then
scan again to the next station. To stop
scanning, push this button again.
Compact disc player
There are two scan features—you can either scan the tracks on a specific disc or
scan the first tracks of all the discs in the
magazine.
Scanning the tracks on a disc:
Quickly push and release “” or “” side
of the “SCAN” button. “SCAN” will appear
on the display and the player will scan up
or down all the tracks on the disc you are
listening to. To stop scanning, push this
button again. If the player scanned all the
tracks on the disc, it will stop scanning.
The discs in the compact disc changer
can be scanned up only.
With compact disc changer only—
Scanning the first tracks of all the discs
in the magazine:
Push “” side of the “SCAN” button until
you hear a beep. “ ·SCAN” will appear
on the display and the player will scan up
the first track of the next disc. To stop
scanning, push this button again. If the
player has scanned all the discs, it will
stop scanning.
SEEK/TRACK (Seeking/Track up/down)
Radio
In the seek mode, the radio finds and
plays the next station up or down the
station band.
To seek the next station, quickly push and
release “” or “” side of the “SEEK/
TRACK” button. Do this again to find the
station after that.
Cassette Player
Use this button to skip up or down to
locate a song or recording.
You can select up to nine recordings (including current one).
When the end of the tape is reached, the
player automatically reverses sides and
resumes normal play.
In addition, the feature may not work well
with some spoken word, live, or classical
recordings.
Compact disc player
Use this button to skip up or down to a
different track.
Push “” or “” side of the “SEEK/
TRACK” button until the number of the
track you want to listen to appears on the
display. If you want to return to the beginning of the current track, quickly push the
down side of the button one time.
ST (Stereo reception) display
Your radio automatically changes to stereo
reception when a stereo broadcast is received. “ST” appears on the display. If the
signal becomes weak, the radio reduces
the amount of channel separation to prevent the weak signal from creating noise.
If the signal becomes extremely weak, the
radio switches from stereo to mono reception.
A blank space of at least 3 seconds is
considered to be a start of a recording.
When a beginning of a tape is reached,
the player automatically resumes play.
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TAPE
Push the “TAPE” button to play a cassette
tape.
TEXT
This button is used to change the display
for the compact disc that contains text
data.
To change the display, quickly push and
release the “TEXT” button while the compact disc is playing. The display changes
in the order from the elapsed time to disc
title to track title, then back to the
elapsed time.
If this button is pushed while a compact
disc that does not contain text data is
playing, “NO TITLE” will appear on the
display.
If the entire disc or track title does not
appear on the display, push and hold the
button until you hear a beep. The rest of
the title will appear.
TUNE (Tuning)
Turn the “TUNE” knob clockwise to step
up the frequency. Turn the knob counterclockwise to step down the frequency.
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Type 2
Details of specific buttons, controls and
features are described in the alphabetical
list that follows.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 (Preset buttons)
These buttons are used to preset and
tune in radio stations.
To preset a station to a button: Tune in
the desired station. (See “TUNE” or
“SEEK”.) Push and hold down the button
until you hear a beep—this will set the
station to the button. The preset button
number will appear on the display.
RDS stations will be preset to the buttons
when you turn on the RDS. (See “RDS”
button.)
To recall a preset station: Push the button
for the station you want. The preset button number and station frequency will appear on the display.
This radio can store one AM, two FM and
RDS stations for each button. (The display
will show “AM”, “FM1”, “FM2” or “FM
TYPE” when you push “AM” or “FM” button.)
(Eject button)
Cassette player
This button is used to eject a cassette.
Compact disc player
This button is used to eject one or all
compact discs.
To eject the current compact disc, push
and release the compact disc eject button.
(Program)
Push “
” (preset button 4) to select
the other side of a cassette tape. The
display indicates which side is currently
selected (“ ” indicates the top side, “ ”
indicates the bottom side).
Auto- reverse feature: After the cassette
player reaches the end of a tape side, it
automatically reverses and begins to play
the other side. This is true whether the
cassette was playing or fast forwarding.
To eject a specific disc, push “” (preset
button 3) or “” (preset button 4) until the
number of the disc you want to eject is
displayed. Push and release the eject button.
Cassette player
To eject all discs at a time, press and
hold the eject button until you hear a
beep. The last compact disc played before
pushing the button will be ejected first. If
the ejected disc is not removed for a long
time, the eject function will be cancelled.
Push “
” (preset button 6) to fast- forward a cassette tape. “FF” will appear on
the display. Push “
” (preset button 5)
to rewind a tape. “REW” will appear on
the display.
(Reverse/Fast- forward button)
To stop the tape while it is fast- forward” or “TAPE” button. To stop
ing, push “
the tape while it is rewinding, push “
”
or “TAPE” button.
If a tape rewinds completely, the cassette
player will stop and then play that same
side. If a tape fast- forwards completely,
the cassette will play the other side of the
tape using the auto- reverse feature.
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Compact disc player
” (preset button 6) or
Push and hold “
“
” (preset button 5) to fast forward or
reverse within a compact disc. When you
release the button, the compact disc player will resume playing.
AM
Push the “AM” button to turn on the radio
and select the AM band. “AM” will appear
on the display.
AUDIO CONTROL (Tone and sound balance adjustment function)
Each
time
you push
the “AUDIO
CONTROL” knob, the mode changes. To
adjust the tone and balance, turn the
knob.
BAS: Adjusts low- pitched tones. The display ranges from -5 to 5.
MID: Adjusts mid- pitched tones. The display ranges from -5 to 5.
BAL: Adjusts the sound balance between
the right and left speakers. The display
ranges from L7 to R7.
“ERROR 1”: The disc may be dirty, damaged or inserted incorrectly (up- side
down). Clean the disc and re- insert it.
SURROUND: Turn on or off the surround
function. “SURROUND ON” or “SURROUND OFF” will appear on the display.
“NO DISC”: The compact disc changer of
separate unit is empty. Insert a disc.
DISC (Compact disc)
Push the “DISC” button to play a compact
disc.
When the audio system is set into compact disc operation, the display shows the
track, or track and disc number currently
being played.
With rear
only—
seat
entertainment
system
If the rear entertainment system is operated, pushing the “DISC” button switches
the sound of the front audio system and
that of the rear entertainment system.
Error messages
TRE: Adjusts high- pitched tones. The display ranges from -5 to 5.
If the player malfunctions, your audio system will display one of the six following
error messages.
FAD: Adjusts the sound balance between
the front and rear speakers. The display
ranges from F7 to R7.
“WAIT”: The compact disc player unit
may be too hot. Allow the player to cool
down.
“ERROR 3”: There is a problem inside
the system. Eject the disc or magazine.
Set the disc or magazine again.
“ERROR 4”: Over- current.
Toyota dealer to inspect.
Ask
your
“CD OPEN”: The compact disc changer
lid of separate unit is open. Close the
compact disc changer lid.
If the malfunction still exists, take your
vehicle to your Toyota dealer.
DISC Use these buttons to select a disc you
want to listen to.
Push “” (preset button 3) or “” (preset
button 4) until the number of the disc you
want to listen to appears on the display.
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Dolby
B NR∗
If you are listening to a tape that was
recorded with Dolby B Noise Reduction,
” will
push “ ” (preset button 3). “
appear on the display. Push the button
again to turn off Dolby B NR.
The Dolby NR mode reduces tape noise
by about 10 dB. For best sound reproduction, play your tapes with this button on
or off according to the mode used to record the tape.
∗ : Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “DOLBY” and the
double D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories
Licensing Corporation.
FM
Push the “FM” button to turn on the radio
and select the FM band. “FM1”, “FM2” or
“FM TYPE” will appear on the display.
This system allows you to set twelve FM
and six RDS stations, three for each of
the preset button. If the RDS is off or
RDS stations are not preset to the preset
buttons, “FM TYPE” will not appear on the
display.
LOAD
RAND (Random)
This button is used to load the compact
discs in the compact disc player. This
player can store up to six discs.
There are two random features—you can
either listen to the tracks on one compact
disc in random order, or listen to the
tracks on all the compact discs in the
magazine in random order.
To load one compact
push and release the
a compact disc. After
the shutter of the slot
disc only, quickly
button, then insert
the disc is loaded,
will close.
If no compact disc is inserted, the shutter
will close after 15 seconds.
To load multiple compact discs, push and
hold the button (until you hear a beep
when the audio system is on). When the
indicators on both sides of the slot turn
green, insert the first compact disc. After
the disc is loaded, the shutter of the slot
will close. After a few seconds, the shutter will automatically open again and the
indicators will turn green so the next disc
can be inserted. The same process can
be applied for loading the rest of the
discs. If the player is full of discs, “DISC
FULL” will appear on the display.
To play the tracks on one disc in random
order:
Quickly push and release “RAND” (preset
” will appear on the
button 1). “
display and the player will perform the
tracks on the disc you are listening to in
random order. To turn off the random feature, push this button again.
To play all the tracks in the magazine in
random order:
Push and hold “RAND” (preset button 1)
” will apuntil you hear a beep. “
pear on the display and the player will
perform all the tracks on all the discs in
the magazine in random order. To turn off
the random feature, push this button
again.
If no compact disc is inserted, the shutter
will close after 15 seconds.
PWR·VOL (Power and Volume)
Push “PWR·VOL” to turn the audio system
on and off. Turn “PWR·VOL” to adjust the
volume.
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RDS (Radio Data System)
RPT (Repeat)
Your audio system is equipped with Radio
Data System (RDS). RDS station providing
good reception is automatically selected if
current reception worsens.
Cassette player
The “RDS” button turns the RDS on and
off. This button is operational except in
AM mode.
To turn on the RDS, push and hold this
button until you hear a beep and “RDS”
will appear on the display. At this time,
the radio starts to search the RDS stations and “RDS SEARCH” will flash on the
display.
Quickly push and release this button when
the RDS turns on, the radio starts to
search the RDS stations and “RDS
SEARCH” will flash on the display.
When the RDS stations are found,
“FOUND” and the number of the RDS stations will appear on the display, and you
will hear two beeps. The stations will be
preset to the preset buttons.
If the RDS stations can not be found, “NO
RDS ST” will appear on the display and
you will hear a beep, and the display
returns to the previous mode.
To turn the RDS off, push the button until
you hear a beep again.
Push “RPT” (preset button 2) while the
” will appear on
track is playing. “
the display. When the track ends, it will
automatically rewind and replay. To turn
off the repeat feature, push this button
again.
Repeating a disc:
Push and hold “RPT” (preset button 2)
” will apuntil you hear a beep. “
pear on the display. The player will repeat
all the tracks on the disc you are listening
to. When the disc ends, the player will
automatically go back to the top track of
the disc and replay. To turn off the repeat
feature, push this button again.
There must be at least 3 seconds of blank
space between tracks in order for the repeat feature to work correctly.
SCAN
Compact disc player
You can either scan all the frequencies on
a band or scan only the preset stations
for that band.
There are two repeat features—You can
either replay a disc track or a whole compact disc.
Repeating a track:
Quickly push and release “RPT” (preset
button 2) while the track is playing.
” will appear on the display. When
“
the track ends, it will automatically replay.
To turn off the repeat feature, push this
button again.
Radio
To scan the preset stations:
Push and hold “” or “” side of the
“SCAN” button until you hear a beep. The
radio will tune in the next preset station
up or down the band, stay there for 5
seconds, and then move to the next preset station. To stop scanning, push this
button again.
To scan all the frequencies:
Quickly push and release “” or “” side
of the “SCAN” button. The radio will find
the next station up or down the station
band, stay there for 5 seconds, and then
scan again to the next station. To stop
scanning, push this button again.
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Compact disc player
SEEK/TRACK (Seeking/Track up/down)
Compact disc player
There are two scan features—you can either scan the tracks on a specific disc or
scan the first tracks of all the discs in the
magazine.
Radio
Use this button to skip up or down to a
different track.
Scanning the tracks on a disc:
Quickly push and release “” or “” side
of the “SCAN” button. “SCAN” will appear
on the display and the player will scan up
or down all the tracks on the disc you are
listening to. To stop scanning, push this
button again. If the player scanned all the
tracks on the disc, it will stop scanning.
To seek the next station, quickly push and
release “” or “” side of the “SEEK/
TRACK” button. Do this again to find the
station after that.
Push “” or “” side of the “SEEK/
TRACK” button until the number of the
track you want to listen to appears on the
display. If you want to return to the beginning of the current track, quickly push the
down side of the button one time.
Cassette Player
ST (Stereo reception) display
Use this button to skip up or down to
locate a song or recording.
The discs in the compact disc changer of
separate unit can be scanned up only.
You can select up to nine recordings (including current one).
Scanning the first tracks of all the discs
in the magazine:
Push “” or “” side of the “SCAN” button until you hear a beep. “ ·SCAN” will
appear on the display and the player will
scan up or down the first track of the
next disc. To stop scanning, push this
button again. If the auto changer has
scanned all the discs, it will stop scanning.
A blank space of at least 3 seconds is
considered to be a start of a recording.
Your radio automatically changes to stereo
reception when a stereo broadcast is received. “ST” appears on the display. If the
signal becomes weak, the radio reduces
the amount of channel separation to prevent the weak signal from creating noise.
If the signal becomes extremely weak, the
radio switches from stereo to mono reception.
The discs in the compact disc changer of
separate unit can be scanned up only.
In the seek mode, the radio finds and
plays the next station up or down the
station band.
When a beginning of a tape is reached,
the player automatically resumes play.
When the end of the tape is reached, the
player automatically reverses sides and
resumes normal play.
TAPE
Push the “TAPE” button to play a cassette
tape.
In addition, the feature may not work well
with some spoken word, live, or classical
recordings.
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TEXT
Radio
This button is operational only in RDS
mode.
When an RDS radio station transmits a
text message, “TEXT” will be displayed. At
this time, push the “TEXT” button to view
the text message. The message display
will be canceled if any button that affects
the display is pushed. To view the message again, push this button again. After
the entire message has been displayed,
the message will disappear.
The RDS audio system has memory to
store three 64- character messages. To
store a message in memory, push and
hold the “TEXT” button until you hear a
beep.
If three messages are already stored in
memory, the oldest message will be overwritten by the new message.
To recall a radio text message, push the
“TEXT” button momentarily. This will display the most recent message. Each push
of the button will display messages in the
order of most to least recent.
If no messages have been stored, or if
there are no more messages to be recalled, “NO MESSAGE” will appear on the
display, and the message display will be
canceled.
The message display will be canceled if
you activate any function that affects the
display.
Compact disc player
This button is used to change the display
for the compact disc that contains text
data.
To change the display, quickly push and
release the “TEXT” button while the compact disc is playing. The display changes
in the order from the elapsed time to disc
title to track title, then back to the
elapsed time.
If this button is pushed while a compact
disc that does not contain text data is
playing, “NO TITLE” will appear on the
display.
If the entire disc or track title does not
appear on the display, push and hold the
button until you hear a beep. The rest of
the title will appear.
TRAF (Traffic)
This button turns the traffic announcement
(TA) feature on and off. This button is
operational only in FM mode.
By pushing the “TRAF” button, “TRAF
SEEK” will flash on the display and the
radio will start seeking any traffic program
station.
When a traffic program station is found,
“TRAF” will be displayed and you will hear
a beep.
After the traffic announcement program is
over, the display returns to the previous
mode.
If no traffic program station is found, “NO
TRAF INFO” appears on the display for a
few seconds and the display returns to
the previous mode.
To cancel the traffic announcement, push
this button again.
TUNE (Tuning)
Turn the “TUNE” knob clockwise to step
up the frequency. Turn the knob counterclockwise to step down the frequency.
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TYPE (Program Types)
When you push the “TYPE” button while
receiving an RDS station, the current program type appears on the display.
Each time you push this button, the program type changes as in the following:
ROCK
EASY LIS (Easy listening)
CLS/JAZZ (Classical music and Jazz)
R&B (Rhythm and Blues)
INFORM (Information)
RELIGION
MISC (Miscellaneous)
ALERT (Emergency message)
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Audio remote controls (steering switches)
Some parts of the audio system can be
adjusted using the switches on the steering wheel.
Details of the specific switches, controls,
and features are described below.
1. Volume control switch
2. “” switch
3. “MODE” switch
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1. Volume control switch
Cassette player
Push “+” to increase the volume. The volume continues to increase while the
switch is being pushed.
This switch has the following features—
Push “- ” to decrease the volume. The
volume continues to decrease while the
switch is being pushed.
2. “” switch
Radio
This switch has the following features—
To select a preset station:
Quickly push and release the “” or “”
side of the switch. Do this again to select
the next preset station.
To seek a station:
Push and hold the “” or “” side of the
switch until you hear a beep. Do this
again to find the next station. If you push
the switch on either side during the seek
mode, seeking will be cancelled.
To step up or down the frequency, push
and hold the switch even after you hear
a beep. When you release from the
switch, the radio will stop the nearest frequency. Do not this again to find your
desired station.
To skip
tion:
Quickly
side of
appear
When the tape reaches to the beginning, the player will automatically start
playing that side.
to a different track in either direc-
After the tape reaches to the end, the
push and release the “” or “”
the switch. “FF 1” or “REW 1” will
on the display.
player will automatically reverse and
start playing the other side.
Next, push either side of the track switch
until the track you want to listen to is set.
If you push the switch ten times, the skip
function will turn off. (You can skip up to
nine tracks at a time.)
When counting the number of the tracks
you want to rewind, remember to count
the current track as well. For example, if
you want to rewind to a song that is two
tracks before the song you are listening
to, push the “” side of the switch three
times.
If you push the track switch further than
you wanted to, push the other side of the
switch. The track number will be increased or reduced.
The track number you select is not valid
if it is higher than the number of the
tracks remaining on the current side of
the cassette.
There must be at least 3 seconds of blank
space between tracks for the track switch
to work correctly. In addition, the feature
may not work well with some spoken, live,
or classical recordings.
To fast forward or reverse:
Push and hold the “” side of the switch
to fast forward a cassette tape. “FF” will
appear on the display. Push and hold the
“” side of the switch to rewind a tape.
“REW” will appear on the display.
To stop the tape while it is fast forwarding, push the “” side of the switch. To
stop the tape while it is rewinding, push
the “” side of the switch.
If a tape rewinds completely, the cassette
player will stop and then play that same
side. If a tape fast forwards completely,
the cassette will play the other side of the
tape using the auto- reverse feature.
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Rear seat audio system—
Compact disc player
Use this switch to skip up or down to a
different track in either direction.
Quickly push and release the “” or “”
side of the switch until the track you want
to listen to is set. If you want to return
to the beginning of the current track, push
the “” side of the switch once, quickly.
With compact disc changer only—
Push and hold the “” or “” side of the
switch until the disc you want to listen to
is set.
3. “MODE” switch
Push “MODE” switch to select an audio
mode. Each push changes the mode sequentially if the desired mode is ready to
use.
To turn the audio system on, push the
“MODE” switch.
To turn the audio system off, push and
hold the “MODE” switch until the system
turns off.
The rear seat audio system is designed
for the rear seat passengers to enjoy the
audio sound separately between the front
seats and the rear seats.
The rear seat audio system can be turned
on with the rear audio system controller
even if the front audio system is off.
When the front audio is turned off, the
rear audio system will be turned off simultaneously.
The rear passengers can enjoy all the
modes (AM and FM radio, cassette tape
player and compact disc player with
changer) with the rear seat audio system
when a cassette tape and a compact disc
are loaded in the front audio system.
You can also enjoy the rear seat audio
system with a wireless headphone. The
wireless headphone can be used within
rear seat. If the signal becomes weak, the
headphone will mute. For details, refer to
the manufacturer’s instructions.
With some wireless headphone generally
available in the market, it may be difficult
to catch sound properly. Toyota recommends the use of Toyota genuine wireless
headphone.
You can purchase a wireless headphone
at a Toyota dealer.
When the same mode is selected on the
front and rear audio systems at the same
time, the system can be operated on the
front audio system.
If the radio mode is selected on the front
and rear audio systems at the same time,
AM and FM modes cannot be changed on
the rear seat audio system.
You can enjoy the rear seat audio system
with commercial headphone. See “—Headphone input jacks” on page 238 in this
section for details.
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CAUTION
Do not drive with using the headphone. Otherwise, you may be hard
to hear the sound from the outside
while using the headphone and may
cause an accident.
With DVD player:
The rear seat audio system consists of
following components.
1. Volume control knobs
2. Rear seat audio system display
3. Headphone input jacks
4. Front audio system
5. Rear seat audio system controller
Conversational speech on some
DVDs is recorded at a low volume
to emphasize the impact of sound
effects. If you adjust the volume
assuming that the conversations
represent the maximum volume level that the DVD will play, you may
be startled by louder sound effects
or when you change to a different
audio source. Be sure to adjust the
volume with this in mind.
Make sure the volume is not increased, before you turn on the
headphone.
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—Rear seat audio system
controller
The rear seat audio system can be operated with the rear seat audio system controller.
CAUTION
Do not disassemble or modify the
controller. It may cause an accident,
fire or electric shock.
NOTICE
Keep the controller away from direct
sunlight, high heat and high humidity.
These conditions could cause the
case to deform or the battery to explode or leak.
BEFORE USING THE CONTROLLER
(for new vehicle owners)
A battery is already set in the controller with an insulating sheet, which prevents the battery from being discharged. Before using the controller,
remove the insulating sheet.
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USING THE CONTROLLER
To use the rear seat audio system controller, direct the signal output portion
of the controller to the signal reception
portion of the rear seat audio system
display.
The rear seat audio system controller can
be operated when the ignition switch is in
the “ACC” or “ON” position.
The controller does not operate properly
when the signal reception portion of the
display is exposed to direct sunlight.
Block the display from direct sunlight.
NOTICE
Observe the followings, otherwise the
controller may be damaged.
Do not drop or strongly knock the
controller against hard objects.
Do not sit on or place heavy objects on the controller.
Do not leave the controller exposed
to high temperatures (such as on
the instrument panel) for a long
time.
Details of specific buttons, controls, and
features
of
the
controller,
see
“CONTROLLER FEATURES” on page 234
in this section.
CAUTION
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden stop
while driving, stow the controller in
the console box or front seat side
table when it is not in use.
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CONTROLLER FEATURES
1. “
” and “
” (DISC/CH/PROG) buttons
1. “ ” and “
tons
2. “
” and “
” (TUNE/TRACK) buttons
Radio
3. “ON/SOURCE” button
4. “OFF” button
” (DISC/CH/PROG) but-
You can scan only the preset stations for
the band of the front audio system. (For
instructions, see “—Controls and features”
on page 213 in this section.)
To scan the preset stations:
Push the “ ” or “ ” (DISC/CH/PROG)
button. The radio will tune in the next
preset station up or down the band. The
station frequency will appear on the display.
Cassette tape player
Push the “ ” or “ ” (DISC/CH/PROG)
button to select the other side of a cassette tape. The display indicates which
side is currently selected. (“ ” indicates
the top side, “ ” indicates the bottom
side.)
Auto- reverse feature: After the cassette
player reaches the end of a tape side, it
automatically reverses and begins to play
the other side. This is true whether the
cassette was playing or fast forwarding.
Compact disc player
Compact disc changer only—
Use this button to select a disc you want
to listen to.
Push the “ ” or “ ” (DISC/CH/PROG)
button until the number of the disc you
want to listen to appears on the display.
2. “
” and “
” (TUNE/TRACK) buttons
Radio
Push the “ ” or “ ” (TUNE/TRACK) button to tune or seek.
Tuning:
Quickly push and release the “ ” or “ ”
(TUNE/TRACK) button. Each time you
push the button, the radio will step up or
down to another frequency. If you push
and hold the button, and the radio will go
into the seek mode.
Seeking:
Push and hold the “ ” or “ ” (TUNE/
TRACK) button. The radio will seek up or
down for a station of the nearest frequency and will stop on reception. Each time
you push the button, the stations will be
searched one after another.
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Cassette tape player
This button has the following features—
To fast forward or reverse:
Push and hold the “ ” (TUNE/TRACK)
button until “FF” will appears on the display to forward a tape. Push and hold the
“ ” (TUNE/TRACK) button until “REW”
appears on the display to rewind a tape.
For the skip feature to work correctly a
blank space of at least 3 seconds is considered to be a start of a recording.
When a beginning of a tape is reached,
the player automatically resumes play.
When the end of the tape is reached, the
player automatically reverses sides and
resumes normal play.
To stop the tape while it is fast forwarding, push “ ” (TUNE/TRACK) button. To
stop the tape while it is rewinding, push
“ ” (TUNE/TRACK) button.
In addition, the feature may not work well
with some spoken, live, or classical recordings.
If a tape rewinds completely, the cassette
player will stop and then play that same
side. If a tape fast forwards completely,
the cassette will play the other side of the
tape using the auto- reverse feature.
This button has the following features—
To skip up or down to locate a song or
recording.
You can select up to nine recordings (including current one).
Push the “ ” or “ ” (TUNE/TRACK) button. “FF 1” or “REW 1” will appear on the
display.
Next, push either side of
until the number on the
the number of tracks you
you push the button 10
feature will be turned off.
the track button
display reaches
want to skip. If
times, the skip
Compact disc player
To skip up or down to a different track:
Push the “ ” or “ ” (TUNE/TRACK) button until the number of the track you want
to listen to appears on the display. If you
want to return to the beginning of the
current track, quickly push the “ ”
(TUNE/TRACK) button one time.
To fast forward or reverse:
Push and hold the “ ” or “ ” (TUNE/
TRACK) button to fast forward or reverse
within a compact disc. When you release
the button, the compact disc player will
resume playing.
3. “ON/SOURCE” button
Push “ON/SOURCE” button to turn on the
rear seat audio system.
Use “ON/SOURCE” button to select an
audio mode when the rear seat audio system is on. Each time you push this button, the system changes between the radio, cassette player and compact disc
player.
When you change the mode, the display
indicates which mode is selected.
When a cassette tape and compact discs
are not loaded in the front audio system,
only a radio mode can be selected in the
rear seat audio system.
If you push “ON/SOURCE” button to select the casette tape player mode or compact disc player mode in that case, a
beep sounds from front audio system and
“INVALID” flashes on the screen for 6
seconds, and then the rear audio system
returns to the radio mode.
If you push “ON/SOURCE” button while
receiving an emergency broadcast, a beep
sounds and “INVALID” appears on the
screen to indicate that no button can be
operated.
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Radio
Compact disc mode
REPLACING CONTROLLER BATTERY
AM mode
“CD” appears on the screen while this
mode is selected.
For replacement, use a CR2025 lithium
battery or equivalent.
The screen shows the track, or track and
disc number currently being played.
CAUTION
When you select the AM mode, “AM” will
appear on the screen.
FM mode
When you select the FM mode, “FM1” or
“FM2” will appear on the display.
If the front audio system receives a traffic
announcement (TA) while the rear seat
audio system is in the radio mode,
“TRAF” will flash on the screen and the
rear seat audio system will turn off. When
the front audio receives a traffic announcement (TA), the rear seat audio system cannot select the AM/FM mode.
Tape mode
“TAPE” appears on the screen while this
mode is selected.
Error messages
If the player malfunctions, your audio system will screen one of the four following
error messages.
“WAIT”: The compact disc player unit
may be too hot. Allow the player to cool
down.
“ERR 1”: The disc may be dirty, damaged
or inserted incorrectly (up- side down).
Clean the disc and re- insert it.
“ERR 3”: There is a problem inside the
system. Eject the disc. Set the disc again.
“ERR 4”: Over- current. Ask your Toyota
dealer to inspect.
Special care should be taken that
small children do not swallow the removed battery or components.
NOTICE
When replacing the battery, be careful not to lose the components.
Replace only with the same or
equivalent type of battery recommended by a Toyota dealer.
Dispose of used batteries according
to the local regulations.
If the malfunction still exists, take your
vehicle to your Toyota dealer.
4. “OFF” button
Push “OFF” button to turn off the rear
seat audio system.
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Be careful not to bend the electrode
of the controller battery insertion
and that dust or oil does not adhere to the transmitter case.
Close the battery case securely.
After replacing the battery, check that the
controller operates properly. If the controller still does not operate properly, contact
your Toyota dealer.
Replace the battery by using the following
procedures:
1. Pull the case out while pushing the
lock release button to the side.
2. Remove the discharged battery.
3. Put in a new battery with the positive
(+) side up.
Put in the case securely.
NOTICE
Make sure that the positive side of
the controller battery is facing correctly.
Do not replace the battery with wet
hands. Water may cause rust.
Do not touch or move any components inside of the controller, or it
may interfere with proper operation.
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—Headphone input jacks
You can enjoy the rear seat audio system with commercial headphone.
To use the headphones, connect them to
the jack.
The key must be in the “ACC” or “ON”
position.
To adjust the volume of the headphones,
turn the knob. Turn right to increase the
volume. Turn left to decrease the volume.
The maximum volume depends on the
type of headphones.
The recommended headphone impedance
is from 16 Ω to 32 Ω.
Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details.
CAUTION
Adjust the volume when you connect
the headphones to the jack. Loud
sounds may have a significant impact
on the human body.
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Rear seat entertainment system—
The rear seat entertainment system consists of the following components.
1. Rear seat entertainment system display
2. Headphone input jacks
3. Headphone volume control dials
4. Front audio system
5. Power outlet main switch
6. Power outlets
7. Input terminal adapter
8. Rear seat entertainment system
controller
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The rear seat entertainment system is designed for the rear passengers to enjoy
audio and DVD video separately from the
front audio system.
You can enjoy the rear seat entertainment
system with commercial headphone. See
“—Headphone input jacks” on page 289 in
this section for details.
The rear seat entertainment system can
be operated when the ignition key is in
the “ACC” or “ON” position.
You can also enjoy the rear seat entertainment system with a wireless headphone. The wireless headphone can be
used within rear seat. If the signal becomes weak, the headphone will mute.
For details, refer to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
The rear passengers can enjoy all modes
(AM and FM radio, cassette tape player,
compact disc player with changer and
DVD player) on the rear seat entertainment system only if a cassette tape and
a compact disc are loaded in the front
audio system.
The
play
text,
disc
rear seat entertainment system can
DVD video, audio CD, video CD, CD
dts- CD or DVD audio only when a
is loaded in the DVD player.
You can enjoy videos and sound when
your personal audio system is connected
to the input terminal adapter. For details,
refer to the manufacturer’s instructions.
With some wireless headphone generally
available in the market, it may be difficult
to catch sound properly. Toyota recommends the use of Toyota genuine wireless
headphone.
You can purchase a wireless headphone
at a Toyota dealer.
CAUTION
Do not drive with using the headphone. Otherwise, you may be hard
to hear the sound from the outside
while using the headphone and may
cause an accident.
With DVD player:
Conversational speech on some
DVDs is recorded at a low volume
to emphasize the impact of sound
effects. If you adjust the volume
assuming that the conversations
represent the maximum volume level that the DVD will play, you may
be startled by louder sound effects
or when you change to a different
audio source. Be sure to adjust the
volume with this in mind.
Make sure the volume is not increased, before you turn on the
headphone.
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—Display
To open the display, push the lock release
button.
Push down the display until it is locked.
NOTICE
The screen should be cleaned with a
dry soft cloth. If the screen is pushed
by hand or wiped with a hard cloth,
the surface of the screen may be
scratched.
To close, push up the display until you
hear a click.
The illumination of the screen is automatically turned off when the display is
closed. However, the rear seat entertainment system is not turned off.
CAUTION
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or sudden stop
while driving, close the display when
it is not in use.
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—Rear seat entertainment
system controller
NOTICE
Benzene or alkaline solutions may
damage the coated surface of the
screen.
To prevent the battery from being
discharged, do not turn on the rear
seat entertainment system longer
than necessary when the engine is
not running.
The rear seat entertainment system can
be operated with the rear seat entertainment system controller and buttons on the
DVD player unit. The system cannot be
operated by touching the switches on the
screen directly.
CAUTION
BEFORE USING THE CONTROLLER
(for new vehicle owners)
A battery is already set in the controller with an insulating sheet, which prevents the battery from being discharged. Before using the controller,
remove the insulating sheet according
to the following procedure.
Do not disassemble or modify the
controller. It may cause an accident,
fire or electric shock.
NOTICE
Keep the controller away from direct
sunlight, high heat and high humidity.
These conditions could cause the
case to deform or the battery to explode or leak.
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1. Remove the cover of the controller
as shown.
2. Remove the insulating sheet.
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USING THE CONTROLLER
To use the rear seat entertainment system controller, direct the signal output
portion of the controller to the signal
reception portion of the rear seat entertainment system display.
The controller does not operate properly
when the signal reception portion of the
display is exposed to direct sunlight.
Block the display from direct sunlight.
CAUTION
NOTICE
Observe the followings, otherwise the
controller may be damaged.
Do not drop or strongly knock the
controller against hard objects.
Do not sit on or place heavy objects on the controller.
Do not leave the controller exposed
to high temperatures (such as on
the instrument panel) for a long
time.
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden stop
while driving, stow the controller in
the console box or front seat side
table when it is not in use.
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LOCATING THE CONTROLLER
If you lose sight of the controller, push
and hold the “CURSOR (LOCATE)” button
on the DVD player unit until you hear a
beep. A buzzer sounds from the controller
to let you know where it is.
To stop the buzzer, push any button of the
controller.
If the controller is located close to something that blocks the signal, like some
kind of metal, the controller may not receive the signal and the buzzer may not
sound.
FCC Information
Caution: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device
which are not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Label Information
This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, Including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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—Control buttons
Controller
1. “DVD” button
This button turns on the DVD mode.
2. “SOURCE” button
This button turns on the rear seat entertainment system and selects the
mode.
3. “OFF” button
This button turns off the rear seat entertainment system.
4. Joy stick
This joy stick selects a control switch,
mode switch on the screen or the
menu for the disc.
5. “ENT” button
This button inputs the selected switch
or the selected menu for the disc.
6. “DISC/CH/PROG” button
This button skips directly to a desired
preset station, disc, track or chapter.
7. “” button
This button fast forwards a screen
when the DVD player is operated.
8. “RETURN” button
This button skips to the predetermined
scene for the disc.
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9. “MENU” button
This button indicates the menu screen
for DVD video when the DVD player is
operated.
10. “AUDIO” button
This button indicates the changing audio screen when the DVD player is
operated.
11. “SUB TITLE” button
This button indicates the changing subtitle screen when the DVD player is
operated.
12. “DISPLAY” button
This button adjusts the color, tone,
contrast and brightness of the screen.
13. “SET UP” button
This button indicates the initial set up
screen when the DVD player is operated.
14. “ANGLE” button
This button selects the angle of the
screen when the DVD player is operated.
15. “SEARCH” button
This button indicates the title search
screen when the DVD player is operated.
16. “TOP MENU” button
This button indicates the title selection
screen for DVD video when the DVD
player is operated.
17. “
” button
This button pauses a screen when the
DVD player is operated.
18. “” button
This button reverse a screen when the
DVD player is operated.
19. “” button
This button plays a screen when the
DVD player is operated.
20. “TUNE/TRACK” button
This button operates the front audio
system or select the track/chapter
when the DVD player is operated.
21. “CURSOR” button
This button indicates the control
switches on the screen when the DVD
player is operated.
22. “VIDEO” button
This button turns on the video mode
when your personal audio device is
connected.
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Buttons on the DVD player unit
1. “
” button
This button ejects a disc.
2. “SOURCE” button
This button turns on the rear seat entertainment system and selects the
mode.
3. “TUNE/TRACK” button
This button operates the front audio
system or select the track/chapter
when the DVD player is operated.
4. “DISC/CH/PROG” button
This button skips directly to a desired
preset station, disc, track or chapter.
5. “CURSOR (LOCATE)” button
This button indicates the control
switches on the screen when the DVD
player is operated. This button also
can be used when you lose sight of
the controller.
6. Joy stick
This joy stick selects a control switch,
mode switch on the screen or the
menu for the disc.
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—Turning the rear seat
entertainment system on and
off
7. “ENT” button
To turn on the
“SOURCE” button.
This button inputs the selected switch
or the selected menu for the disc.
system,
push
the
The screen indicates which mode can be
selected. Push the “DVD” or “VIDEO” button
when the connected DVD player or your
personal audio machine is on. The rear
seat entertainment system will be turned
on.
8. “DISC” indicator light
This light indicates that the disc is
loaded.
The rear seat entertainment system can select all the modes.
Controller
When a cassette tape, a compact disc, a
DVD video disc, an audio CD, a video
CD, a CD text, a dts- CD or a DVD audio
disc is not loaded on the front audio system or the DVD player, only the radio
mode can be selected on the rear seat
entertainment system.
DVD player unit
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—Front audio system operation
All the modes of the front audio system
can be operated on the rear seat entertainment system.
When the same mode is selected on the
front and rear audio systems simultaneously, the system can be operated on
the front audio system.
If the radio mode is selected on the front
and rear audio systems at the same time,
AM and FM modes cannot be changed on
the rear seat audio system.
To turn off the system, push the “OFF”
button.
Controller
When the front audio system is turned off,
the rear audio system and the DVD player
will be turned off simultaneously.
DVD player unit
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SELECTING THE MODE
Use the joy stick to select the mode.
Push the “ENT” button to enter the mode.
The mode display which is selected by
the joy stick is colored blue. When the
“ENT” button is pushed, the mode display
changes to green. If the mode display is
gray, it cannot be selected.
Cassette tape player and compact disc
player
The “Speaker sound” on the mode display
is selected on the front audio system.
Radio
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When you select a mode, the screen indicates which is selected.
OPERATING FRONT AUDIO SYSTEM
To operate the front audio system, use
the following switches.
Radio
AM mode:
1. “DISC/CH/PROG” button
When you select the AM mode, “AM” will
appear on the screen.
Radio
You can scan only the preset stations for
the band of the front audio system. (For
instructions, see “—Controls and features”
on page 213 in this section.)
FM mode:
When you select the FM mode, “FM1” or
“FM2” will appear on the screen.
Tape mode
“TAPE” appears on the screen while this
mode is selected.
Controller
Compact disc mode
“CD” appears on the screen while this
mode is selected.
To scan the preset stations:
Push the “ ” or “ ” side of the “DISC/
CH/PROG” button. The radio will tune in
the next preset station up or down the
band. The station frequency will appear on
the screen.
The screen shows the track, or track and
disc number currently being played.
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Cassette tape player
2. “TUNE/TRACK” button
Push the “ ” or “ ” side of the “DISC/
CH/PROG” button to select the other side
of a cassette tape. The screen indicates
which side is currently selected. (“ ” indicates the top side, “ ” indicates the bottom side.)
Radio
Auto- reverse feature: After the cassette
player reaches the end of a tape side, it
automatically reverses and begins to play
the other side. This is true whether the
cassette was playing or fast forwarding.
Push the “ ” or “ ” side of the “TUNE/
TRACK” button to tune or seek.
Tuning:
Quickly push and release the “ ” or “ ”
side of the “TUNE/TRACK” button. Each
time you push the button, the radio will
step up or down to another frequency. If
you push and hold the button, and the
radio will go into the seek mode.
Seeking:
You can select up to nine recordings (including current one).
Push the “ ” or “ ” side of the “TUNE/
TRACK” button. “FF 1” or “REW 1” will
appear on the screen.
Next, push either side of
until the number on the
the number of tracks you
you push the button 10
feature will be turned off.
the track button
screen reaches
want to skip. If
times, the skip
For the skip feature to work correctly a
blank space of at least 3 seconds is considered to be a start of a recording.
Push and hold the “ ” or “ ” side of the
“TUNE/TRACK” button. The radio will seek
up or down for a station of the nearest
frequency and will stop on reception. Each
time you push the button, the stations will
be searched one after another.
When a beginning of a tape is reached,
the player automatically resumes play.
Cassette tape player
In addition, the feature may not work well
with some spoken, live, or classical recordings.
To fast forward a cassette tape, push and
hold the “ ” side of the “TUNE/TRACK”
button until “FF” appears on the screen.
Push and hold the “ ” side of the “TUNE/
TRACK” button until “REW” appears on
the screen to rewind a tape.
When the end of the tape is reached, the
player automatically reverses sides and
resumes normal play.
Use this button to skip up or down to
locate a song or recording.
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Compact disc player
REPLACING CONTROLLER BATTERY
Use this button to skip up or down to a
different track.
For replacement, use 3 AAA batteries.
Push the “ ” or “ ” side of the “TUNE/
TRACK” button until the number of the
track you want to listen to appears on the
screen. If you want to return to the beginning of the current track, quickly push the
“ ” side of the “TUNE/TRACK” button one
time.
Push and hold the “ ” or “ ” side of the
“TUNE/TRACK” button to fast forward or
reverse within a compact disc. When you
release the button, the compact disc player will resume playing.
CAUTION
Special care should be taken that
small children do not swallow the removed battery or components.
NOTICE
When replacing the battery, be careful not to lose the components.
Replace only with the same or
equivalent type of battery recommended by a Toyota dealer.
Dispose of used batteries according
to local regulations.
Replace the battery according to the following procedure:
1. Remove the cover of the controller as
shown.
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—DVD player
NOTICE
Be sure that the positive side and
negative side of the controller battery should be faced correctly.
Do not replace the battery with wet
hands. Water may cause rust.
Do not touch or move any components inside of the controller, or it
may interfere with proper operation.
Be careful not to bend the electrode
of the controller battery insertion.
2. Remove the discharged batteries and
put in the new batteries as shown.
Install the cover.
Close the battery case securely.
After replacing the battery, check that the
controller operates properly. If the controller still does not operate properly, contact
your Toyota dealer.
The DVD player can play audio CDs,
DVD video discs, CD texts, dts- CDs
and video CDs.
For appropriate discs for this player, see
“Car audio/video system operating hints”
on page 290 in this section.
The DVD player works when the ignition
key is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
To turn on the DVD player, a disc must
be loaded in the player.
To turn off the player, eject the disc.
Error messages
If the player malfunctions, your audio system will display one of the three following
error messages.
If “DISC CHECK” appears on the
screen: It indicates that the disc is dirty,
damaged or it was inserted upside down.
Clean the disc or insert it correctly.
If “REGION CODE ERROR” appears on
the screen: It indicates that the DVD region code is not set properly.
If “DVD ERROR” appears on the
screen: There is a problem inside the
player. Eject the disc. Set the disc again.
If the malfunction still exists, take your
vehicle to your Toyota dealer.
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If a disc which is not playable is inserted,
“DISC CHECK” will also appear on the
screen. For appropriate discs for this player, see “Car audio/video system operating
hints” on page 290 in this section.
The player will play the track or chapter,
and it will play from the beginning of the
track or chapter again after it reaches the
end.
NOTICE
INSERTING THE DISC
Insert the compact disc into the slot
with the label side up.
Never try to disassemble or oil any
part of the DVD player. Do not insert
anything other than a disc into the
slot.
8 cm (3 in.) compact disc singles
Your compact disc player does not need
an adaptor to play compact disc singles.
Compact disc singles are about 8 cm (3
in.) in diameter- smaller than standard
discs.
NOTICE
Do not use an adaptor for compact
disc singles—it could cause tracking
errors or interfere with the ejection of
compact discs.
“DISC” indicator light turns on while the
disc is loaded.
If the label faces down, the disc cannot
be played. In this case, “DISC CHECK”
and disc number appear on the screen.
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—Selecting the DVD mode
To select the DVD mode, push the
“DVD” button on the controller.
You can also select the DVD mode on the
mode selection screen mentioned above.
EJECTING THE DISC
Push the “
” button.
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switches
The “DVD Hint!” screen appears when
the DVD mode is first selected after
you turn the ignition key to the “ACC”
or “ON” position.
Push the “OK” switch when you read the
message.
The DVD player can be operated with the
controller buttons directly.
Controller
1. “DVD” button
2. “RETURN” button
3. “MENU” button
4. “AUDIO” button
5. “SUB TITLE” button
6. “ANGLE” button
7. “SET UP” button
8. “SEARCH” button
9. “TOP MENU” button
10. “
”, “”, “” and “” buttons
DVD player unit
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The player can also be operated with the
switches on the screen.
TURNING THE OPERATION SWITCHES
ON AND OFF
To operate the switches on the screen,
select the switch by the joy stick and
push the “ENT” button. You cannot select
the switches on the screen by touching
them directly.
To turn on the operation switches, push the
“CURSOR” button on the controller.
When the switch is selected by the joy
stick, the outline of the switch changes to
blue. Push the “ENT” button, and the
switch will be highlighted in green.
Controller
DVD player unit
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Top page (DVD video operation switch)
Top page (DVD audio operation switch)
Top page (video CD)
Second
switch)
Second
switch)
Second page (video CD)
page
(DVD
video
operation
page
(DVD
audio
operation
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There are operation switches on the “Top
Page” and “Second Page” screens.
To change the screen, push the “Top
Page” or “Second Page” switch on the
screen.
On the screen
If “ ” appears on the screen when
you select a switch, it indicates that
the switch cannot work.
Controller
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—DVD player operation
(DVD video/DVD audio)
To turn off the switches on the screen, push
the “CURSOR” button on the controller once
again or push the “Hide Keys” on the screen.
NOTE: The playback condition of some
DVD video discs may be determined by
the DVD video software producer. This
DVD player plays discs as the software
producer intended. Therefore, some
functions may not work properly. Be
sure to read the instruction manual for
the DVD video disc separately provided.
For detailed information about DVD video discs, see “—DVD video disc information”.
Precautions for DVD video discs
DVD player unit
When recording on a DVD video, DVD
audio, video CD or audio tracks may not
record in some cases while the menu is
displayed. As audio will not play in this
case, verify that the video tracks are playing and then activate playback.
The title/chapter number and playback
time display may not appear while playing
back certain DVD video discs.
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CAUTION
Conversational speech on some DVDs
is recorded at a low volume to emphasize the impact of sound effects.
If you adjust the volume assuming
that the conversations represent the
maximum volume level available for
the DVD, you may be startled by
louder sound effects or when you
change to a different audio source.
Loud sounds may have a significant
impact on the human body or pose a
driving hazard. Keep this in mind
when you adjust the volume.
TURNING THE MENU SCREEN FOR THE
DISC ON OR OFF
DVD video—
To turn on the menu screen for the disc,
push the “Top Menu” or the “Menu” switch
on the screen. You can also turn on the
menu screen by pushing the “MENU” or
“TOP MENU” switch on the controller.
DVD audio—
To turn on the menu screen for the disc,
push the “Top Menu” switch on the
screen. You can also turn on the menu
screen by pushing the “TOP MENU”
switch on the controller.
For the operation of the menu screen, see
the separate manual for the DVD disc.
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To select the menu for the disc, push the
“ ”, “ ”, “ ” or “ ” switches on the
screen. Push the “Enter” switch to select
the menu for the disc.
You can also select the menu for the disc
by the joy stick and the “ENT” button on
the controller when the control switches
are not indicated on the screen.
Push the “Shift Keys” on the screen, and
the switches (“ ”, “ ”, “ ”, “ ”, “Enter”
and “Shift Keys” switches) will move up
and down.
To turn on the selecting switch, push the
“ ” switch.
To turn off the switch, push the “OFF”
switch on the screen. To turn on the
switch again, push the “ON” switch on the
screen.
To return to the previous screen, push the
“Back” switch on the screen.
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OPERATING THE “ ”, “”, “” AND
“” SWITCHES/BUTTONS
“ ” switch/button: Push this switch/button
to pause the disc.
“” switch/button: Push this switch/button to
cancel the pause and return to normal playing.
“” and “” switches/buttons: Push
and hold the “” or “” switch/button
to fast forward or reverse. If you want to
return to the beginning of the current
track, release the switch/button.
DVD video only—
Push the “” or “” switch/button
while pausing, the DVD video plays the
slow- motion video replay or the slow- motion video replay in reverse.
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SKIPPING
SCREEN
TO
THE
PREDETERMINED
To skip to the predetermined screen, push
the “Return” switch. The DVD player starts
playing from the beginning of the predetermined screen. You can also display the
screen by pushing the “RETURN” button
on the controller.
SELECTING THE TITLE/GROUP
To display the searching title (DVD video)
or group (DVD audio) screen, push the
“Search” switch on the screen. You can
also display the screen by pushing the
“SEARCH” button on the controller.
For further details of the predetermined
screen, see the separate manual for the
DVD disc.
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DVD video—
Select the title number by using the “- ”,
“+” and “+10” switches and push the “Enter” switch to enter the number. The player starts playing disc for that title number.
The selected title number will appear on
the screen.
Push the “Back” switch to return to the
menu screen.
DVD audio—
DVD video
Enter the group number by using the “- ”
and “+” switches. The selected group
number will appear on the screen. Push
the “Enter” switch. The player starts playing the disc from the entered group number.
Push the “Back” switch to return to the
previous screen.
SELECTING THE BONUS GROUP
DVD audio only—
Enter the bonus group number on the
searching group screen and push the “Enter” switch. The “Enter Key Code” screen
will appear. To enter the number of the
group you want to play, push the group
number. If you enter the wrong number,
push the “Clear” switch to delete the number.
Push the “Enter” switch on the screen.
The player starts playing the disc from the
selected bonus group number.
DVD audio
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CHANGING THE SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
Push the “Sub Title” switch on the screen,
and then the changing subtitle language
screen will appear. You can also display
the screen by pushing the “SUB TITLE”
button on the controller.
CHANGING THE STILL PICTURE
DVD audio only—
Push the “Still Prev.” or “Still Next” switch
on the screen to forward or reverse the
still pictures.
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CHANGING AUDIO LANGUAGE
Push the “Audio” switch on the screen
and then the changing audio language
screen will appear. You can also display
the screen by pushing the “AUDIO” button
on the controller.
Each time you push the “Sub Title” switch,
another language stored on the disc is
selected.
To turn off the subtitles, push the “Hide”
switch.
Push the “Back” switch to return to the
previous screen.
The selected subtitle language will appear
on the screen.
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Each time you push the “Audio” switch,
another language stored on the disc is
selected.
To turn off the audio language screen,
push the “Hide” switch.
Push the “Back” switch to return to the
previous screen.
DVD video—
The selected audio language will appear
on the screen.
DVD audio—
DVD video
The sound condition which is playing at
present will appear on the screen.
DVD audio
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CHANGING ANGLE SCREEN
Push the “Angle” switch on the screen,
and then the changing angle screen will
appear. You can also display the screen
by pushing the “ANGLE” button on the
controller.
The angle can be selected for discs that
are multi- angle compatible when the
“
” mark appears on the screen. Each
time you push the “Angle” switch, the
angle changes. The angle number which
you can select will appear on the screen.
To turn off the screen, push the “Hide”
switch.
Push the “Back” switch to return to the
previous screen.
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CHANGING THE INITIAL SETTING
There are initial setting switches on the
“Setup Menu 1” and “Setup Menu 2”
screens.
Push the “Set Up” switch on the screen,
and then the initial setting screen will appear. You can also display the screen by
pushing the “SET UP” button on the controller. You can change the initial setting.
To change the screen, push the “Top
Page” or “Second Page” switch on the
screen.
After the setting is done, the player plays
from the beginning of the chapter or the
track.
After you change the initial setting, push
the “Enter” switch. The initial setting
switch will be turned off and return to the
picture previously.
Setup Menu 1 screen
When the “Initial Setting” switch on “Setup
Menu 2” is pushed, all menus are initialized.
Setup Menu 2 screen
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CHANGING THE AUDIO LANGUAGE
Push the “Audio Lang.” switch on the
“Setup Menu 1” and the “Select Audio
Language” screens appear.
Select the language you want to hear on
the screen.
To return to the “Setup Menu 1” screen,
push the “Back” switch.
If you cannot find a language you want to
hear, push the “Others” switch. The “Enter
Audio Lang. Code” screen will appear.
To enter the code of the language
want to hear, push the number of
language code. For details about the
guage codes, see the language code
If you enter a wrong number, push
“Clear” switch to delete the number.
If numbers which are not on the
entered and the “Enter” switch is
the “Incorrect Code” screen will
Push the language code you want
again.
you
the
lanlist.
the
list are
pushed,
appear.
to hear
To return to the “Select Audio Language”
screen, push the “Back” switch.
CHANGING THE SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
To display the “Select Subtitle Lang.”,
push the “Subtitle Lang.” switch on the
“Setup Menu 1” screen.
Select the language you want to read on
the screen.
To return to the “Setup Menu 1” screen,
push the “Back” switch.
If you cannot find a language you want to
read, push the “Others” switch. The “Enter
Subtitle Lang. Code” screen will appear.
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To enter the code of the language
want to read, push the number of
language code. For details about the
guage codes, see the language code
If you enter a wrong number, push
“Clear” switch to delete the number.
you
the
lanlist.
the
Push the “Enter” switch on the screen. If
numbers which are not on the list are
entered and the “Enter” switch is pushed,
the “Incorrect code” screen will appear.
Push the language code you want to read
again.
To return to the “Select Subtitle Lang.”
screen, push the “Back” switch on the
screen.
CHANGING THE DVD LANGUAGE
To display the “Select DVD Language”
screen, push the “DVD Language” switch on
the “Setup Menu 1” screen.
Select the language you want to read on the
screen.
To enter the code of the language
want to read, push the number of
language code. For details about the
guage codes, see the language code
If you enter a wrong number, push
“Clear” switch to delete the number.
you
the
lanlist.
the
To return to the “Setup Menu 1” screen,
push the “Back” switch.
Push the “Enter” switch on the screen. If
numbers which are not on the list are
entered and the “Enter” switch is pushed,
the “Incorrect code” screen will appear.
Push the language code you want to read
again.
If you cannot find a language you want to
read, push the “Others” switch. The “Enter
DVD Language Code” screen will appear.
To return to the “Select DVD Language”
screen, push the “Back” switch on the
screen.
If you cannot find a language you want to
read, push the “Others” switch. The “Enter
DVD Language Code” screen will appear.
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TURNING THE ANGLE MARK ON OR
OFF
SETTING
LEVEL
RESTRICTIONS
The angle mark can be turned on for
discs that are multi- angle compatible.
You can restrict the play back screen by
setting the viewer restrictions. You can
prevent the restriction with a password.
Some discs do not supply a restriction.
Each time you push the “Angle Mark”
switch on the screen, the angle mark
turns on or off alternately.
OF
VIEWER
To set the level of viewer restriction, push
the “Parental” switch on the “Setup Menu
1” screen. The “Enter Personal Code”
screen will appear.
Push the number for the password and
the “Enter” switch. The “Select Restriction
Level” screen will appear.
If you enter a wrong number, push the
“Clear” switch to delete the number.
You cannot change the setting without inputting the password. When you forget or
change the password, push the “Clear”
switch ten times to initialize the password.
To return to the “Setup Menu 1” screen,
push the “Back” switch.
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LANGUAGE CODE LIST
Push a parental level (1—8). The smaller
the level number, the stricter the age limit.
Push the “Back” switch to return to the
“Setup Menu 1” screen.
SETTING THE DISPLAY MODE
Each time you push the “Display Mode”
switch on the “Setup Menu 2” screen, the
display mode is changed from wide mode
to auto mode.
Code
Language
1001
Japanese
0514
English
0618
French
0405
German
0920
Italian
0519
Spanish
2608
Chinese
1412
Dutch
1620
Portuguese
1922
Swedish
1821
Russian
1115
Korean
0512
Greek
0101
Afar
0102
Abkhazian
0106
Afrikaans
0113
Amharic
0118
Arabic
0119
Assamese
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0125
Aymara
0610
Fiji
1101
Georgian
0126
Azerbaijani
0615
Faroese
1111
Kazakh
0201
Bashkir
0625
Frisian
1112
Greenlandic
0205
Byelorussian
0701
Irish
1113
Cambodian
0207
Bulgarian
0704
Scots- Gaelic
1114
Kannada
0208
Bihari
0712
Galician
1119
Kashmiri
0209
Bislama
0714
Guarani
1121
Kurdish
0214
Bengali
0721
Gujarati
1125
Kirghiz
0215
Tibetan
0801
Hausa
1201
Latin
0218
Breton
0809
Hindi
1214
Lingala
0301
Catalan
0818
Croatian
1215
Laothian
0315
Corsican
0821
Hungarian
1220
Lithuanian
0319
Czech
0825
Armenian
1222
Latvian
0325
Welsh
0901
Interlingua
1307
Malagasy
0401
Danish
0905
Interlingue
1309
Maori
0426
Bhutani
0911
Inupiak
1311
Macedonian
0515
Esperanto
0914
Indonesian
1312
Malayalam
0520
Estonian
0919
Icelandic
1314
Mongolian
0521
Basque
0923
Hebrew
1315
Moldavian
0601
Persian
1009
Yiddish
1318
Marathi
0609
Finnish
1023
Javanese
1319
Malay
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1320
Maltese
1911
Slovak
2019
Tsonga
1325
Burmese
1912
Slovenian
2020
Tatar
1401
Nauru
1913
Samoan
2023
Twi
1405
Nepali
1914
Shona
2111
Ukrainian
1415
Norwegian
1915
Somali
2118
Urdu
1503
Occitan
1917
Albanian
2126
Uzbek
1513
(Afan) Oromo
1918
Serbian
2209
Vietnamese
1518
Oriya
1919
Siswati
2215
Volapük
1601
Punjabi
1920
Sesotho
2315
Wolof
1612
Polish
1921
Sundanese
2408
Xhosa
1619
Pashto, Pushto
1923
Swahili
2515
Yoruba
1721
Quechua
2001
Tamil
2621
Zulu
1813
Rhaeto- Romance
2005
Telugu
1814
Kirundi
2007
Tajik
1815
Romanian
2008
Thai
1823
Kinyarwanda
2009
Tigrinya
1901
Sanskrit
2011
Turkmen
1904
Sindhi
2012
Tagalog
1907
Sangho
2014
Setswana
1908
Serbo- Croatian
2015
Tonga
1909
Sinhalese
2018
Turkish
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USING THE CONTROL SCREEN
When playing a disc, push the “DVD” button on the controller. The control screen
will appear on the screen.
Details of the specific switches, controls
and features are described below.
1. “PICTURE” switch
Push the “PICTURE” switch to turn off
the control screen and return to the
picture previously displayed.
2. “RPT” switch (DVD audio only)
SELECTING THE CHAPTER/TRACK
DVD video
To select the chapter/track, push the “ ”
or “ ” side of the (TUNE/TRACK) button
on the controller until the number of the
chapter/track you want to select appears
on the screen.
Push the “RPT” switch while the track
is playing. When the track ends, it will
automatically replay. To turn off the repeat feature, push this switch again.
3. “RAND” switch (DVD audio only)
Push the “RAND” switch. The player
will play the tracks on the disc in random order. To turn off the random feature, push this switch again.
4. “SCAN” switch (DVD audio only)
DVD audio
Push the “SCAN” switch. The player
will scan all the tracks on the disc you
are listening to. To stop scanning, push
this switch again. If the player scanned
all the tracks on the disc, it will stop
scanning.
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—DVD player operation (video
CD/audio CD/CD text)
5. “
” and “
” switches
” or “
” switch
Push and hold the “
to fast forward or reverse a disc. When
you release the switch, the DVD player
will resume playing.
SELECTING THE DISC MENU NUMBER
(video CD only)
Push the “Sel. Number” switch and then
the disc menu number search screen will
appear. You can also display the screen
by pushing the “SEARCH” switch on the
controller.
Enter the disc menu number by using the
“- ”, “+” and “+10” switches and push the
“Enter” switch. The player starts playing
the disc from the entered disc menu number. The entered disc menu number will
appear on the screen.
Push the “Back” switch to return to the
menu screen.
Move up and down the switches by pushing the “Shift keys” on the screen.
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OPERATING THE “ ”, “”, “” AND
“” SWITCHES (video CD only)
TURNING ON THE DISC MENU (video
CD only)
CHANGING MENU
(video CD only)
“ ” switch: Push this switch to pause the
disc.
Push the “Return” switch to turn on the
menu screen for the disc. You can also
turn on the menu screen by pushing the
“RETURN” button on the controller.
Push the “D. Menu Next” or “D. Menu
Prev.” switch while the disc menu is displayed. The next or previous page will
appear on the screen.
For the operation of the menu screen, see
the manual for the video CD.
Push the “D. Menu Next” or “D. Menu
Prev.” switch while the player is playing
video. The next or previous track will be
searched and played.
“” switch: Push this switch to cancel the
pause and return to normal playing.
“” and “” switches: Push this
switch to fast forward or reverse. If you
want to return to the beginning of the
current track, release the switch.
PAGE
OR
TRACK
Video CD only—
Push the “” switch/button while pausing, the DVD video plays the slow- motion
video replay.
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CHANGING
A
MULTIPLEX
TRANSMISSION (video CD only)
CHANGING THE INITIAL SETTING (video
CD only)
Push the “Main/Sub” switch to change a
multiplex transmission. The mode changes
from Main/Sub to Main to Sub and back
to Main/Sub by pushing the “Main/Sub”
switch.
Push the “Set Up” switch on the screen
and then the initial setting screen will appear. You can also display the screen by
pushing the “SET UP” button on the controller. You can change the initial setting.
(See “CHANGING THE INITIAL SETTING”
on page 272 in this section for details.)
Video CD
After the setting is done, the player plays
from the beginning of the chapter or the
track.
Audio CD
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USING THE CONTROL SCREEN
When playing a disc, push the “DVD” button on the controller. The control screen
will appear on the screen.
CD text only—
The disc title and track title will appear on
the screen when pushing the “DVD” button.
Details of the specific switches, controls
and features are described below.
1. “PICTURE” switch (video CD only)
CD Text
Push the “PICTURE” switch to turn off
the control screen and return to the
picture previously displayed.
2. “RPT” switch (audio CD and CD text)
Push the “RPT” switch while the track
is playing. When the track ends, it will
automatically replay. To turn off the repeat feature, push this switch again.
3. “RAND” switch (audio CD and CD text)
Push the “RAND” switch. The player
will play the tracks on the disc in random order. To turn off the random feature, push this switch again.
4. “SCAN” switch (audio CD and CD text)
Push the “SCAN” switch. The player
will scan all the tracks on the disc. To
stop scanning, push this switch again.
When the player has scanned all the
tracks on the disc, it will stop scanning.
5. “
” and “
” switches
Push the “
” or “
” switch to fast
forward or reverse the disc. When you
push the switch again, the DVD player
will resume playing.
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—Screen adjustment
After adjusting the screen, push the “OK”
switch to return to the previous screen.
You can adjust the color, contrast, tone
and brightness of the screen.
Push the “DISPLAY” switch on the controller and then the “Display” screen will appear.
The screen may turn purple to deflect the
sunlight. This is not a malfunction.
Each time you push the “+” or “- ” switch,
you can adjust the color, contrast, tone
and brightness of the screen.
+ or RED
- or
GREEN
COLOR
Strengthens
the red
color
Strengthens
the green
color
CONTRAST
Strengthens
the contrast
Weakens
the contrast
TONE
Strengthens
the tone
Weakens
the tone
BRIGHTNESS
Brightens
Darkens
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—Selecting the video mode
—DVD video disc information
The audio machine connected to the input
terminal adapter can be played in the
video mode.
To select the video mode, push the “VIDEO” button on the controller. You can also
select the video mode on the mode selection screen mentioned above.
DVD PLAYER AND DVD VIDEO DISCS
This DVD player conforms to NTSC color TV formats. DVD video discs conforming to other formats such as PAL
or SECAM cannot be used.
Region codes: Some DVD video discs
have a region code indicating where you
can use. If the DVD video disc is not
labeled “ALL” or “1”, you cannot use it in
this DVD player. If you attempt to play an
inappropriate DVD video disc in this player, “REGION CODE ERROR” appears on
the screen. Even if the DVD video disc
does not have a region code, in some
cases you cannot use it.
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Marks shown on DVD video discs:
Indicates NTSC format
of color TV.
Indicates the number
of audio tracks.
Indicates the number
of language subtitles.
Indicates the number
of angles.
Indicates the screen
to be selected.
Wide screen: 16:9
Standard: 4:3
Indicates regions in
which this video disc
can be played.
ALL: all countries
Number: region code
DVD VIDEO DISC GLOSSARY
DVD video discs: Digital Versatile Disc
that holds video. DVD video discs have
adopted “MPEG2”, one of the world standards of digital compression technologies.
The picture data is compressed by 1/40
on average and stored. Variable rate encoded technology in which the volume of
data assigned to the picture is changed
depending on the picture format has also
been adopted. Audio data is stored using
PCM and Dolby digital, which enables
higher quality of sound. Furthermore, multi- angle and multi- language features will
also help you enjoy the more advanced
technology of DVD video.
Viewer restrictions: This feature limits
what can be viewed in conformity with the
level of restrictions of the country. The
level of restrictions varies depending on
the DVD video disc. Some DVD video
discs cannot be played at all, or violent
scenes are skipped or replaced with other
scenes.
Level 1: DVD video discs for children can
be played.
Level 2—7: DVD video discs for children
and G- rated movies can be played.
Level 8: All types of DVD video discs can
be played.
Multi- angle feature: You can enjoy the
same scene at different angles.
Multi- language feature: You can select
the language of the subtitles and audio.
Region codes: Region codes are provided
on DVD players and DVD discs. If the
DVD video disc does not have the same
region code as the DVD player, you cannot play the disc on the DVD player. For
region codes, see page 285.
Audio: This DVD player can play liner
PCM, Dolby digital, dts and MPEG audio
format DVD. Other decoded type cannot
be played.
Title and chapter: Video and audio programs stored on DVD video discs are divided in parts by title and chapter.
Title: The largest unit of the video and
audio programs stored on DVD video
discs. Usually, one piece of a movie, one
album, or one audio program is assigned
as a title.
Chapter: A unit smaller than a title. A title
comprises plural chapters.
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—Input terminal adapter
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and
the double- D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works.
1992- 1997 Dolby Laboratories. All
rights reserved.
This product incorporates copyright
protection technology that is protected
by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property
rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology
must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision
Corporation. Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
“DTS” is a trademark of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc.
The rear entertainment system plays videos and sound when your audio system
is connected to the input terminal adapter.
For details, refer to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
To use the input terminal adapter, open
the cover.
The input terminal adapter is composed of
3 input terminal adapters.
Yellow: Image input adapter
Red: Audio input adapter
White: Audio input adapter
NOTICE
Close the input terminal adapter cover
when the input terminal adapter is not
in use. Inserting a foreign object other than the appropriate plug that fits
the adapter may cause electrical failure or short circuit.
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—Power outlet
NOTICE
To prevent the battery from being
discharged, do not use the power
outlet longer than necessary when
the engine is not running.
Close the power outlet lid when the
power outlet is not in use. Inserting
a foreign object other than the appropriate plug that fits the outlet
may cause electrical failure or short
circuit.
This power outlet is designed for use as
a power supply for the audio device connected to the input terminal adapter.
The key must be in the “ON” position for
the power outlet to be used.
The maximum capacity for this power outlet is 115 VAC/100W. If you attempt to
use an appliance that requires more than
115 VAC or 100W, the protection circuit
will activate and cut the power supply.
The power supply will restart automatically
when you use an appliance that operates
within the 115 VAC/100W limits.
Main switch
To use the power outlet, push the main
switch on the instrument panel.
An indicator light will illuminate to indicate
that the power outlet is ready for use.
Push the main switch once again to turn
the power outlet off. When the power outlet is not in use, make sure that the main
switch is turned off.
The power outlet is not designed for
the following electric appliances even if
their power consumption is under 115
VAC/100W. These appliances may not
operate properly.
Appliances with high initial peak wattage: cathode- ray tube type televisions,
compressor- driven refrigerators, electric
pumps, electric tools, etc.
Measuring devices which process precise data: medical equipment, measuring instruments, etc.
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—Headphone input jacks
Other appliances requiring an extremely
stable power supply: microcomputercontrolled electric blankets, touch sensor lamps, etc.
Certain electrical appliances may cause
radio noise.
You can enjoy the rear seat entertainment system with commercial headphones.
To use the headphones, connect them to
the jack.
The key must be in the “ACC” or “ON”
position.
To adjust the volume of the headphones,
turn the dial.
Left side dial: Turn it upward to increase
the volume, turn it downward to decrease
the volume.
Right side dial: Turn it downward to increase the volume, turn it upward to decrease the volume.
The maximum volume depends on the
type of headphones.
The recommended headphone impedance
is from 16 Ω to 32 Ω.
Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details.
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Car audio/video system
operating hints
CAUTION
Adjust the volume when you connect
the headphones to the jack. Loud
sounds may have a significant impact
on the human body.
NOTICE
To ensure correct audio/video system
operation:
Be careful not to spill beverages
over the system.
Do not put anything other than a
cassette tape or Compact Disc into
the slot.
Do not put anything other than a
DVD video, DVD audio, video CD,
dts- CD and audio CD into the DVD
player.
The use of a cellular phone inside
or near the vehicle may cause a
noise from the speakers of the system which you are listening to.
However, this does not indicate a
malfunction.
RADIO RECEPTION
Usually, a problem with radio reception
does not mean there is a problem with
your radio—it is just the normal result of
conditions outside the vehicle.
For example, nearby buildings and terrain
can interfere with FM reception. Power
lines or telephone wires can interfere with
AM signals. And of course, radio signals
have a limited range. The farther you are
from a station, the weaker its signal will
be. In addition, reception conditions
change constantly as your vehicle moves.
Here are some common reception problems that probably do not indicate a problem with your radio:
FM
Fading and drifting stations—Generally, the
effective range of FM is about 40 km (25
miles). Once outside this range, you may
notice fading and drifting, which increase
with the distance from the radio transmitter. They are often accompanied by distortion.
Multi- path—FM signals are reflective,
making it possible for two signals to reach
your antenna at the same time. If this
happens, the signals will cancel each other out, causing a momentary flutter or
loss of reception.
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Static and fluttering—These occur when
signals are blocked by buildings, trees, or
other large objects. Increasing the bass
level may reduce static and fluttering.
CARING FOR YOUR CASSETTE PLAYER
AND TAPES
Station swapping—If the FM signal you
are listening to is interrupted or weakened, and there is another strong station
nearby on the FM band, your radio may
tune in the second station until the original signal can be picked up again.
Clean the tape head and other parts regularly.
AM
Fading—AM broadcasts are reflected by
the upper atmosphere—especially at night.
These reflected signals can interfere with
those received directly from the radio station, causing the radio station to sound
alternately strong and weak.
Station interference—When a reflected signal and a signal received directly from a
radio station are very nearly the same
frequency, they can interfere with each
other, making it difficult to hear the broadcast.
Static—AM is easily affected by external
sources of electrical noise, such as high
tension power lines, lightening, or electrical motors. This results in static.
For the best performance for your cassette player and tapes:
A dirty tape head or tape path can
decrease sound quality and tangle your
cassette tapes. The easiest way to
clean them is by using a cleaning tape.
(A wet type is recommended.)
Use high- quality cassettes.
Low- quality cassette tapes can cause
many problems, including poor sound,
inconsistent
playing
speed,
and
constant auto- reversing. They can also
get stuck or tangled in the cassette
player.
Do not use a cassette if it has been
damaged or tangled or if its label is
peeling off.
Avoid using cassettes with a total playing time longer than 100 minutes (50
minutes per side). The tape used in
these cassettes is thin and could get
stuck or tangled in the cassette player.
CARING FOR YOUR COMPACT DISC
PLAYER, DVD PLAYER AND DISCS
Extremely high temperatures can keep
your compact disc player and DVD
player from working. On hot days, use
the air conditioning to cool the vehicle
interior before you use the players.
Bumpy roads or other vibrations may
make your compact disc player and
DVD player skip.
If moisture gets into your compact disc
player and DVD player, the players
may not play even though they appear
to be working. Remove the disc from
the player and wait until it dries.
Do not leave a cassette in the player
if you are not listening to it, especially
if it is hot outside.
Store cassettes in their cases and out
of direct sunlight.
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CAUTION
Audio CDs
Compact disc players and DVD players use an invisible laser beam which
could cause hazardous radiation exposure if directed outside the unit. Be
sure to operate the players correctly.
DVD video
discs
DVD audio
discs
Compact disc player
Use only compact discs marked as
Video CDs
shown above. The following products
may not be playable on your compact
disc player.
SACD
dts- CD
Copy- protected CD
CD- R (CD- Recordable)
CD- RW (CD- Re- writable)
CD- ROM
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DVD player
Use only discs marked as shown
above. The following products may not
be playable on your DVD player.
SACD
Copy- protected CD
CD- R (CD- Recordable)
CD- RW (CD- Re- writable)
CD- ROM
DVD- R
DVD+R
DVD+RW
DVD- RW
DVD- ROM
DVD- RAM
Special shaped discs
Labeled discs
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the player or
changer, do not use special shaped,
low quality or labeled discs such as
those shown in the illustrations.
Low quality discs
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Correct
Wrong
Handle compact discs carefully, especially when you are inserting them.
Hold them on the edge and do not
bend them. Avoid getting fingerprints
on them, particularly on the shiny side.
Dirt, scrapes, warping, pin holes, or
other disc damage could cause the
player to skip or to repeat a section of
a track. (To see a pin hole, hold the
disc up to the light.)
To clean a compact disc: Wipe it with a
soft, lint- free cloth that has been dampened with water. Wipe in a straight line
from the center to the edge of the disc
(not in circles). Dry it with another soft,
lint- free cloth. Do not use a conventional
record cleaner or anti- static device.
Remove discs from the compact disc
player when you are not listening to
them. Store them in their plastic cases
away from moisture, heat, and direct
sunlight.
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SECTION
1- 8
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Air conditioning system
Front manual air conditioning system
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air flow selector settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front automatic air conditioning system
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air flow selector settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Side vents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear manual air conditioning system
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air flow selector settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear automatic air conditioning system
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air flow selector settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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305
305
307
308
309
310
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Front manual air conditioning system—
—Controls
1. “A/C” button
2. Air intake selector
3. Air flow selector
4. Temperature selector
5. Fan speed selector
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Fan speed selector
This position allows the air intake to
select FRESH automatically. This is to
clean up the front view more quickly.
Turn the knob to adjust the fan speed—to
the right to increase, to the left to decrease.
If you want to return the setting to
RECIRCULATE mode, press the air intake selector button once again.
Temperature selector
Turn the knob to adjust the temperature—
to the right to warm, to the left to cool.
Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified
heating or cooling. This setting clears
the front view more quickly.
5. Windshield—Air flows mainly from the
windshield vents.
Air flow selector
Turn the knob to select the vents used for
air flow.
1. Panel—Air flows from the instrument
panel vents.
2. Bi- level—Air flows from both the floor
vents and the instrument panel vents.
3. Floor—Air flows mainly from the floor
vents.
4. Floor/Windshield—Air
flows
mainly
from the floor vents and windshield
vents.
Turning the air flow selector to the
floor/windshield position turns on the
defogging function with the purpose of
clearing the front view.
Turning the air flow selector to the
windshield position turns on the defogging function with the purpose of clearing the front view.
This position allows the air intake to
select FRESH automatically. This is to
clean up the front view more quickly.
If you want to return the setting to
RECIRCULATE mode, press the air intake selector button once again.
Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified
heating or cooling. This setting clears
the front view more quickly.
For details about air flow selector settings,
see “—Air flow selector settings” on page
299.
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“A/C” button
To turn on the air conditioning, press the
“A/C” button. The “A/C” button indicator
will come on. To turn the air conditioning
off, press the button again.
Air intake selector
Press the button to select the air source.
1. Recirculate—Recirculates the air inside
the vehicle.
2. Fresh—Draws outside air into the system.
To prevent fogging up of the windshield,
the air intake mode may change automatically to FRESH depending on the condition of the air conditioning system.
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—Air flow selector settings
—Operating tips
To cool off your Toyota after it has
been parked in the hot sun, drive with
the windows open for a few minutes.
This vents the hot air, allowing the air
conditioning to cool the interior more
quickly.
Make sure the air intake grilles in front
of the windshield are not blocked (by
leaves or snow, for example).
On humid days, do not blow cold air
on the windshield. The windshield could
fog up because of the difference in air
temperature on the inside and outside
of the windshield.
Keep the area under the front seats
clear to allow air to circulate throughout the vehicle.
On cold days, set the fan speed to
high for a minute to help clear the
intake ducts of snow or moisture. This
can reduce the amount of fogging on
the windows.
When driving on dusty roads, close all
windows. If dust thrown up by the vehicle is still drawn into the vehicle after
closing the windows, it is recommended
that the air intake selector be set to
FRESH and the fan speed selector to
any setting except “OFF”.
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If following another vehicle on a dusty
road, or driving in windy and dusty
conditions, it is recommended that the
air intake selector be temporarily set to
RECIRCULATE, which will close off the
outside passage and prevent outside
air and dust from entering the vehicle
interior.
Air conditioning
Defogging
For best results, set controls to:
—The inside of the windshield
Heating
Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF”
Temperature—Towards COLD
(blue zone)
Air intake—FRESH (outside air)
Air flow—PANEL
Air conditioning—ON
For best results, set controls to:
For quick cooling, select recirculated
Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF”
Temperature—Towards WARM
(red zone)
Air intake—FRESH (outside air)
Air flow—FLOOR
Air conditioning—OFF
For quick heating, select recirculated
air for a few minutes. To keep the
windows from fogging, select fresh after the vehicle interior has been
warmed.
Press the “A/C” button on for dehumidified heating.
Choose floor/windshield air flow to heat
the vehicle interior while defrosting or
defogging the windshield.
air for a few minutes.
Ventilation
For best results, set controls to:
Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF”
Temperature—Towards COLD
(blue zone)
Air intake—FRESH (outside air)
Air flow—PANEL
Air conditioning—OFF
For best results, set controls to:
Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF”
Temperature—Towards WARM
(red zone) to heat;
COLD (blue zone) to
cool
Air flow—WINDSHIELD
Turning the air flow selector to the windshield or floor/windshield position turns on
the defogging function with the purpose of
clearing the front view.
When turning the air flow selector to the
windshield or floor/windshield position, the
air intake selects FRESH automatically.
This is to clean up the front view more
quickly.
Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified
heating or cooling. This setting clears the
front view more quickly.
On humid days, do not blow cold air
on the windshield—the difference between the outside and inside temperatures could make the fogging worse.
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Defrosting
—The outside of the windshield
For best results, set controls to:
Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF”
Temperature—Towards WARM
(red zone)
Air flow—WINDSHIELD
Turning the air flow selector to the windshield or floor/windshield position turns on
the defrosting function with the purpose of
clearing the front view.
When turning the air flow selector to the
windshield or floor/windshield position, the
air intake selects FRESH automatically.
This is to clean up the front view more
quickly.
Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified
heating. This setting clears the front view
more quickly.
To heat the vehicle interior while defrosting
the
windshield,
floor/windshield air flow.
choose
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Front automatic air conditioning system—
—Controls
1. Temperature selector (“TEMP”)
(with “SYNC” button indicator
on—simultaneous setting on driver,
front passenger and rear passenger
sides)
(with “SYNC” button indicator
off—individual setting on driver side
only)
2. Temperature selector (“PASS TEMP”)
(individual setting on front passenger
side only)
3. “A/C” button
4. “SYNC” button
(with button indicator on—simultaneous
temperature setting )
(with button indicator off—individual
temperature setting)
5. “MODE” button (air flow selector)
6. Windshield air flow button
7. Temperature selector (“REAR TEMP”)
(individual setting on rear passenger
side only)
8. Fan speed selector
9. Air intake selector
10. “OFF” button
11. “AUTO” button
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“AUTO” button
“SYNC” button
For automatic operation of the air conditioning, press the “AUTO” button. An indicator light will illuminate to show that the
automatic operation mode has been selected.
Push the button to change the mode of
the temperature setting.
In the automatic operation mode, the air
conditioning selects the most suitable fan
speed, air flow, air intake and on- off of
the air conditioning according to the temperature.
When you adjust the temperature selector
button to maximum cooling, “LO” will appear on the display and the air intake
mode will be automatically changed to RECIRCULATE.
You may use manual controls if you want
to select your own settings.
This function will be cancelled when the
“PASS TEMP” or “REAR TEMP” button is
pushed.
With the indicator on—Simultaneous temperature setting
With the indicator off—Individual temperature setting
With the “SYNC” button indicator
off—This button changes the temperature
on the driver side only.
With the indicator on, the rear air conditioning is turned on. However, controls on
the rear control panel cannot be used. To
cancel this function, push the “SYNC” button.
This button changes the temperature on
the front passenger side only.
For details about the rear air conditioning,
see “Rear automatic air conditioning system” on page 310 in this section.
Temperature selectors
Fan speed selector
To increase the temperature, press the
“ ” side. To decrease it, press the “ ”
side.
Push the “ ” (increase) or “ ” (decrease) side of the button to adjust the
fan speed.
“LO” appears when you adjust to maximum cooling, and “HI” appears when you
adjust to maximum warming.
In the automatic operation mode, the fan
speed is adjusted automatically unless you
desire another fan speed mode.
—“TEMP” button
With the “SYNC” button indicator on—
This button changes the temperature on
the driver side, front passenger side and
rear passenger side simultaneously.
—“PASS TEMP” button
—“REAR TEMP” button
This button changes the temperature on
the rear passenger side only when the
rear air conditioning is turned on.
For details about the rear air conditioning,
see “Rear automatic air conditioning system” on page 310 in this section.
The temperature display changes between
“C” and “F” when the unit of the outside
temperature display is changed. (For details, see “Multi- information display” on
page 314 in Section 1- 9.)
“OFF” button
Push the button to turn off the air conditioning system.
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“MODE” button (air flow selector)
Windshield air flow button
Air intake selector
Push the “MODE” button to select the
vents used for air flow.
When this button is pressed, air flows
mainly from the windshield vents and
turns on the defogging function with the
purpose of clearing the front view.
Press the button to select the air source.
In the automatic operation mode, the air
flow mode is selected automatically among
Panel, Bi- level, Floor and Floor/Windshield
unless you desire another air flow mode.
1. Panel—Air flows from the instrument
panel vents.
2. Bi- level—Air flows from both the floor
vents and the instrument panel vents.
3. Floor—Air flows mainly from the floor
vents.
4. Floor/Windshield—Air
flows
mainly
from the floor vents and windshield
vents.
Pressing this button once again returns
the air flow mode to the last one used.
This button allows the air intake to select
FRESH automatically. This is to clean up
the front view more quickly.
Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified
heating or cooling. This setting clears the
front view more quickly.
For details about air flow selector settings,
see “—Air flow selector settings” on page
305.
1. Recirculate—Recirculates the air inside
the vehicle.
2. Fresh—Draws outside air into the system.
To prevent fogging up of the windshield,
the air intake mode may change automatically to FRESH depending on the condition of the air conditioning system.
“A/C” button
To turn on the air conditioning, press the
“A/C” button. The “A/C” button indicator
will come on. To turn the air conditioning
off, press the button again.
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—Operating tips
To cool off your Toyota after it has
been parked in the hot sun, drive with
the windows open for a few minutes.
This vents the hot air, allowing the air
conditioning to cool the interior more
quickly.
Make sure the air intake grilles in front
of the windshield are not blocked (by
leaves or snow, for example).
On humid days, do not blow cold air
on the windshield. The windshield could
fog up because of the difference in air
temperature on the inside and outside
of the windshield.
Keep the area under the front seats
clear to allow air to circulate throughout the vehicle.
On cold days, set the fan speed selector to adjust the fan speed high for a
minute to help clear the intake ducts
of snow or moisture. This can reduce
the amount of fogging on the windows.
When driving on dusty roads, close all
windows. If dust thrown up by the vehicle is still drawn into the vehicle after
closing the windows, it is recommended
that the air intake selector be set to
FRESH and the fan speed selector to
any setting.
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If following another vehicle on a dusty
road, or driving in windy and dusty
conditions, it is recommended that the
air intake selector be temporarily set to
RECIRCULATE, which will close off the
outside passage and prevent outside
air and dust from entering the vehicle
interior.
AUTOMATIC OPERATION
Press in the “AUTO” button.
Temperature—To the desired
temperature
MANUAL OPERATION
For best results, set controls to:
Heating
Fan speed—To the desired fan speed
Temperature—Towards high temperature
Air intake—FRESH (outside air)
Air flow—FLOOR
Air conditioning—OFF
For quick heating, select recirculated
Air conditioning
Fan speed—To the desired fan speed
Temperature—Towards low temperature
Air intake—FRESH (outside air)
Air flow—PANEL
Air conditioning—ON
For quick cooling, select recirculated
air for a few minutes.
Ventilation
Fan speed—To the desired fan speed
Temperature—Towards low temperature
Air intake—FRESH (outside air)
Air flow—PANEL
Air conditioning—OFF
air for a few minutes. To keep the
windows from fogging, select fresh after the vehicle interior has been
warmed.
Press the “A/C” button on for dehumidified heating.
Choose floor/windshield air flow to heat
the vehicle interior while defrosting or
defogging the windshield.
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Side vents
OPERATION FOR DEFOGGING
OPERATION FOR DEFROSTING
The inside of the windshield
The outside of the windshield
For best results, set controls to:
For best results, set controls to:
Fan speed—To the desired fan speed
Temperature—Towards high temperature
to heat; low temperature
to cool
Air flow—WINDSHIELD
Pressing the windshield air flow button
turns on the defogging function with the
purpose of clearing the front view.
When pressing the windshield air flow button, the air intake selects FRESH automatically. This is to clean up the front
view more quickly.
Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified
heating or cooling. This setting clears the
front view more quickly.
On humid days, do not blow cold air
Fan speed—To the desired fan speed
Temperature—Towards high temperature
Air flow—WINDSHIELD
Pressing the windshield air flow button
turns on the defrosting function with the
purpose of clearing the front view.
When pressing the windshield air flow button, the air intake selects FRESH automatically. This is to clean up the front
view more quickly.
Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified
heating. This setting clears the front view
more quickly.
If air flow control is not satisfactory, check
the side vents. The side vents may be
opened or closed as shown.
To heat the vehicle interior while defrosting
the
windshield,
floor/windshield air flow.
choose
on the windshield—the difference between the outside and inside temperatures could make the fogging worse.
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Rear manual air conditioning system—
—Controls
1. Fan speed selector (rear)
2. Air flow selectors
3. Temperature selector
4. Fan speed selector (front)
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Fan speed selector (front)
This selector knob is used to turn the rear
air conditioning system on/off and adjust
the fan speed.
In the “REAR” position, you can operate
the system by the rear controllers.
Turn the knob to adjust the fan speed—to
the right to increase, to the left to decrease.
Turning the knob to the “OFF” position
turns the system off and it cannot be
operated by the rear controllers.
Fan speed selector (rear)
When the front fan speed selector is in
the “REAR” position, you can operate the
rear fan speed selector.
Turn the knob to adjust the fan speed—to
the right to increase, to the left to decrease.
Temperature selector
Turn the knob to adjust the temperature—to the right to warm, to the left to
cool.
Air flow selectors
Push the button to select the vents used
for air flow.
1. Panel—Air flows from the roof panel
vents.
2. Bi- level—Air flows from both the roof
panel vents and floor vent.
3. Floor—Air flows from the floor vent.
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Rear automatic air conditioning system—
—Controls
1. “AUTO” button
2. Air flow selectors
3. Temperature selector (rear)
4. Fan speed selectors
5. “OFF” button
6. “REAR” button
7. Temperature selector (front)
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“AUTO” button
For automatic operation of the rear air
conditioning, press the “AUTO” button. An
indicator light will illuminate to show that
the automatic operation mode has been
selected.
In the automatic operation mode, the air
conditioning selects the most suitable fan
speed and air flow according to the temperature.
You may use manual controls if you want
to select your own settings.
Fan speed selectors
Push the button to select the fan speed
mode.
In the automatic operation mode, the fan
speed is adjusted automatically unless you
desire another fan speed mode.
Temperature selectors
To increase the temperature, press the
“” side. To decrease it, press the “”
side.
“LO” appears when you adjust to maximum cooling, and “HI” appears when you
adjust to maximum warming.
When “SYNC” appears on the rear temperature display, rear controls cannot be
used. Use the controls on the front control
panel. To cancel this function, push the
“SYNC” button. For details about the
“SYNC” button, see “Front automatic air
conditioning system” on page 302 in this
section.
The temperature display changes between
“C” and “F” when the unit of the outside
temperature display is changed. (For details, see “Multi- information display” on
page 314 in Section 1- 9.)
“REAR” button
To turn on the rear air conditioning system
using the front control panel, push the
button. To turn it off, push the button
again.
Air flow selectors
Push the button to select the vents used
for air flow.
1. Panel—Air flows from the roof panel
vents.
2. Bi- level—Air flows from both the roof
panel vents and floor vent.
3. Floor—Air flows from the floor vent.
“OFF” button
Push the button to turn off the rear air
conditioning system.
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SECTION
1- 9
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
CONTROLS
Other equipment
Multi- information display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conversation mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Toyota park assist system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear view monitor system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power outlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Glove box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Garage door opener box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auxiliary boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coin holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cup holders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bottle holders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storage box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removable console box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Note pad holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front seat side table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coat hooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grocery bag hooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cargo net hooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tie- down hooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Roof luggage carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sun shade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Floor mat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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326
327
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338
340
341
343
346
347
349
349
350
354
355
356
357
358
359
359
360
361
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Multi- information display—
1. “E/M” button
2. Garage door opener buttons
3. “MODE” button
4. Garage door opener indicator
5. Outside temperature and cruise
information display
6. Compass
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—Before using the
multi- information display
Operate the multi- information display
with the ignition switch on.
When the ignition switch is turned to
“ON”, the last previously used mode displayed just before the ignition switch is
turned off will appear.
When the instrument panel lights are
turned on, the brightness of the display
will be reduced.
“E/M” button
This button is used to switch between English/U.S. Customary System and
metric units.
Each time you push this button, the display switches. This is also linked to the front
and rear air conditioning displays. The display variations are as follows;
Indication
Outside
temperature
Instantaneous fuel consumption/
Average fuel consumption
Distance to empty
English/U.S.
Customary
System (E)
F
MPG
MI
Metric (M)
C
L/100 km
km
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—Garage door opener
“MODE” button
This button is used to select the item.
Every time you push the “MODE” button,
the display toggles.
For more details, see “—Outside temperature and cruise information display” on
page 319.
CAUTION
Do not adjust the display while the
vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust
the display only when the vehicle is
stopped.
The garage door opener (HomeLink
Universal Transceiver) is manufactured
under license from HomeLink and can
be programmed to operate garage
doors, gates, entry doors, door locks,
home lighting systems, and security
systems, etc.
(a) Programming the HomeLink
The HomeLink in your vehicle has 3
buttons and you can store one program
for each button.
To ensure correct programming into the
HomeLink, install a new battery in the
hand- held transmitter prior to programming.
The battery side of the hand- held transmitter must be pointed away from the
HomeLink during the programming process.
For Canadian users, follow the procedure
in “Programming an entrance gate/Programming all devices in the Canadian
market”.
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1. Decide which of 3 HomeLink buttons
you want to program. Push and hold
down one of the buttons until the indicator corresponding to the selected
channel begins to flash.
2. Place your hand- held garage transmitter 25 to 75 mm (1 to 3 in.) away from
the surface of the HomeLink.
Keep the indicator light on the HomeLink
in view while programming.
3. Simultaneously press and hold the
hand- held garage transmitter button
along with the selected HomeLink button.
4. When the indicator light on the
HomeLink changes from a slow to a
rapid flash after 20 seconds, you can
release both buttons.
5. Test the operation of the HomeLink by
pressing the newly programmed button.
If programming a garage door opener,
check to see if the garage door opens
and closes.
If the garage door does not operate, identify if your garage transmitter is of the
“Rolling Code” type. Press and hold the
programmed HomeLink button. The garage door has the rolling code feature if
the indicator light (on the HomeLink)
flashes rapidly and then remains lit after
2 seconds. If your garage transmitter is
the “Rolling Code” type, proceed to the
heading “Programming a rolling code system”.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for each remaining HomeLink button to program
another device.
Programming a rolling code system
If your device is “Rolling Code”
equipped, it is necessary to follow
steps 1 through 4 under the heading
“Programming the HomeLink” before
proceeding with the steps listed below.
2. Press the “training” button on the ceiling mounted garage door opener motor.
Following this step, you have 30 seconds
in which to initiate step 3 below.
3. Press and release the vehicle’s programmed HomeLink button twice. The
garage door may open. If the door
does open, the programming process is
complete. If the door does not open,
press and release the button a third
time. This third press and release will
complete the programming process by
opening the garage door.
The ceiling mounted garage door opener
motor
should
now
recognize
the
HomeLink unit and be able activate the
garage door up/down.
4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for each remaining HomeLink button to program
another rolling code system.
1. Locate the “training” button on the ceiling mounted garage door opener motor.
The exact location and color of the
button may vary by brand of garage
door opener. Refer to the owner’s
guide supplied by the garage door
opener manufacturer for the location of
this “training” button.
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Programming an entrance gate/Programming all devices in the Canadian market
1. Decide which of the 3 HomeLink buttons you want to program.
2. Place
your
hand- held gate/device
transmitter 25 to 75 mm (1 to 3 in.)
away
from
the
surface
of
the
HomeLink.
Keep the indicator light on the HomeLink
in view while programming.
3. Press
and
hold
HomeLink button.
the
selected
4. Continuously press and release (cycle)
the hand- held gate/device transmitter
button every two seconds until step 5
is complete.
5. When the indicator light on the
HomeLink changes from a slow to a
rapid flash after 20 seconds, you can
release both buttons.
Programming other devices
To program other devices such as home
security systems, home door locks or
lighting, contact your authorized Toyota
dealer for assistance.
Reprogramming a button
buttons cannot be
Individual HomeLink
erased, however, to reprogram a single
button, follow the procedure “Programming
the HomeLink”.
(c) Erasing
the
entire
HomeLink
memory (all three programs)
To erase all previously programmed codes
at one time, press and hold down the 2
outside buttons for 20 seconds until the
indicator light flashes.
If you sell your vehicle, be sure to erase
the programs stored in the HomeLink
memory.
(b) Operating the HomeLink
To operate the HomeLink, press the
appropriate HomeLink button to activate
the programmed device. The HomeLink
indicator light should come on. The
HomeLink continues to send the signal
for up to 20 seconds as long as the
button is pressed.
6. Test the operation of the HomeLink by
pressing the newly programmed button.
Check to see if the gate/device operates correctly.
7. Repeat steps 1 through 6 for each remaining HomeLink button to program
another device.
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—Outside temperature and
cruise information display
CAUTION
When programming the HomeLink
Universal Transceiver, you may be
operating a garage door or other
device. Make sure people and objects are out of the way of the garage door or other device to prevent potential harm or damage.
Do not use this HomeLink Universal Transceiver with any garage
door opener that lacks the safety
stop and reverse feature as required by federal safety standards.
(This includes any garage door
opener model manufactured before
April 1, 1982.) A garage door opener which cannot detect an object
(signaling the door to stop and reverse), does not meet current federal safety standards. Using a garage
door opener without these features
increases risk of serious injury or
death.
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules and with RSS- 210 of the
Industry Canada. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undersired
operation.
WARNING: This transmitter has been
tested and complies with FCC and
Industry Canada DOC/MPAC rules.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the device.
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The outside temperature and cruise information display indicates the following information.
1. Outside temperature
2. Average fuel consumption
3. Instantaneous fuel consumption
4. Distance to empty
5. Display off (no compass)
Every time you push the “MODE” button,
the display toggles through this information.
During the off mode, the compass display
is also turned off.
The displayed values in the cruise information display indicate general driving
conditions. Accuracy varies with driving
habits and road conditions.
To set the unit, push the “E/M” button
until the desired unit display appears. (At
this time, front and rear air conditioning
displays also change.)
1. Outside temperature
The outside temperature display indicates the outside air temperature.
The displayed value is updated every 1
second.
The displayed temperature ranges from
- 30C (- 22F) up to 50C (122F).
If there is some abnormality in the connection of the outside air temperature sensor, “- - C” (“- - F”) will appear on the
display. If “- - C” (“- - F”) appears on the
display, contact your Toyota dealer.
There may be a case that “- - C” (“- - F”)
appears momentarily when the ignition is
quickly turned to “ON”. It is normal if it
goes out soon.
2. Average fuel consumption
(“AVG”)
Average fuel consumption is calculated
and displayed based on total driving
distance and total fuel consumption
with the engine running.
The displayed value is updated every 1
seconds.
To reset the calculations, return the mode
to “AVG” and push and hold the “MODE”
and “E/M” button simultaneously for 2 seconds.
3. Instantaneous fuel consumption
(“INST”)
The instantaneous fuel consumption is
calculated and displayed based on distance and fuel consumption for 1 seconds with the engine running.
The displayed value is updated every 2
seconds.
Note that an accurate figure may not be
shown in the following cases.
When the vehicle is stopped with the
engine running, the display will indicate
the extremely high fuel consumption.
When the vehicle is driving down a
long slope, applying the engine brake,
the display will indicate the extremely
low fuel consumption.
The calculation is reset when the ignition
switch is turned off.
4. Distance to empty
(“DTE”)
The distance the vehicle can travel with
the remaining fuel is calculated and
displayed based on the quantity of remaining fuel and past fuel consumption.
The displayed value is updated every 1
second.
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—Compass
Every time you refuel the vehicle, the calculation is reset.
The compass may not show the correct
direction in the following conditions:
The actual driving range varies with driving habits and road conditions. If fuel consumption is good, the driving range will be
longer. If fuel consumption is poor, the
driving range will be shorter.
The vehicle is stopped immediately after turning.
The compass does not adjust while the
vehicle is stopped.
The ignition switch is turned off immediately after turning.
The vehicle is on an inclined surface.
The vehicle is in a place where the
The compass indicates the direction
that the vehicle is heading. In the
above case, it shows that the vehicle is
heading south.
The direction display is updated every 2
seconds.
earth’s magnetic field is subject to interference by artificial magnetic fields
(underground parking, under a steel
tower, between buildings, roof parking,
near a crossing, near a large vehicle,
etc.).
The vehicle is magnetized. (There is a
magnet or a metal object on or near
the roof.)
Displays
Directions
The battery has been disconnected.
N
NE
E
SE
S
SW
W
NW
North
Northeast
East
Southeast
South
Southwest
West
Northwest
The compass works to calibrate the direction automatically while the vehicle is in
motion, if deviation is small.
For additional precision or for complete
calibrating,
see
“CALIBRATING
THE
COMPASS” below.
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If the direction is not indicated or the
system does not operate properly, contact
your Toyota dealer.
CALIBRATING THE COMPASS (deviation
calibration)
The direction display on the compass
deviates from the true direction determined by the earth’s magnetic field. The
angle of deviation varies according to the
geographic position of the vehicle.
To adjust for this deviation;
1. Stop the vehicle in a level place and
switch the display to the outside temperature. (To switch to this mode, see
“—Outside temperature and cruise information display” on page 319.)
Compass sensor
The compass sensor is on the roof of
the vehicle.
NOTICE
Do not put magnets or a metal object
on or near the roof of the vehicle.
Doing this may cause malfunction of
the compass sensor.
2. Push and hold both the “MODE” and
“E/M” buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds until the “VAR” indication appears
on the compass display.
3. Push the “E/M” button several times
until the desired zone number appears
on the compass display.
If the button is not pushed for 10 seconds, the display returns to the compass/
outside temperature mode and the number
that is last set is memorized.
To select the zone where the vehicle is
currently located, refer to the following
map.
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Samoa:
Guam:
Saipan:
5
8
8
After calibration, leaving the system for
several seconds returns to the compass
mode.
CAUTION
Do not adjust the display while the
vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust
the display only when the vehicle is
stopped.
Zone number
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2. Push and hold both the “MODE” and
“E/M” buttons simultaneously for 10
seconds until the “CAL” indication appears on the compass display. (At this
time, the compass display is locked in
“N”.)
CALIBRATING THE COMPASS (circling
calibration)
Sometimes the direction display on the
compass may not change after a turn. In
this case, the compass needs to be calibrated.
To calibrate the compass manually, do the
following;
1. Stop the vehicle in a level place and
switch the display to the outside temperature. (To switch to this mode, see
“—Outside temperature and cruise information display” on page 319.)
3. Drive the vehicle in a circle at 8 km/h
(5 mph) or less. If there is not enough
space to drive in a circle, drive around
the block.
When the “CAL” indication goes off and
the compass returns to the normal mode,
calibration is complete.
If you want to restart the calibration before it is complete, push both of the
“MODE” and “E/M” buttons simultaneously
for 10 seconds again.
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Clock
Perform circling calibration just after
you have purchased your Toyota. And
then always perform circling calibration
after the battery has been removed, replaced or disconnected.
Do not perform circling calibration of
the compass in a place where the
earth’s magnetic field is subject to interference by artificial magnetic fields
(underground parking, under a steel
tower, between buildings, roof parking,
near a crossing, near a large vehicle,
etc.).
During calibration, do not operate elec-
CAUTION
When doing the circling calibration,
be sure to secure a wide space,
and watch out for people and vehicles in the neighborhood. Do not
violate any local traffic rules while
performing circling calibration.
Do not adjust the display while the
vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust
the display only when the vehicle is
stopped.
With manual air conditioning system
tric systems (moon roof, power windows, etc.) as they may interfere with
the calibration.
With automatic air conditioning system
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Conversation mirror
The digital clock indicates the time.
The key must be in the “ACC” or “ON”
position.
To reset the hour: Push the “H” button.
To reset the minutes: Push the “M” button.
If the electrical power source has been
disconnected from the clock, the time display will automatically be set to 1:00 (one
o’clock).
When the instrument panel lights are
turned on, the brightness of the time indication will be reduced.
The conversation mirror is designed for
the driver and front passenger to be
able to look at the rear passengers
without turning around.
CAUTION
Do not adjust the mirror while the
vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust
the mirror only when the vehicle is
stopped.
To use the mirror, push it down.
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Toyota park assist system
(type A)
The Toyota park assist system is designed to inform you of the approximate distance between your vehicle and
an obstruction by indicator and buzzer
while driving at approximate 10 km/h (6
mph) or less when parking the vehicle.
This system uses sensors to detect obstructions.
This system works when the ignition key
is at the “ON” position and the transmission is not in the “P” position.
Rear and rear corner sensors work
only when the transmission is in the
“R” position.
The mirror angle can be adjusted by pushing its edge.
When the vehicle is forwarding, the
front corner sensors work.
1: Rear sensors
2: Rear corner sensors
3: Front corner sensors
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If the indicator is continuously on, have
your Toyota dealer check the system.
Rear sensors
If the indicator remains blinking but
you do not hear the buzzer sound,
clean the sensors with soft cloth.
Rear corner sensors
To turn on: Push the switch.
The indicator comes on and the buzzer
will sound.
To turn off: Push the switch again.
Front corner sensors
In the following cases, the buzzer will
sound several times and the indicator
will stay on to indicate that the system
is not working properly.
When the temperature is extremely low.
When any of the sensors are malfunction.
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This system is designed to inform you of
the approximate distance between your
vehicle and an obstacle by indicator and
buzzer.
Rear sensors
Distance shown as A in
mm (in.)
Indicator and
buzzer
Approximately 1800—900
(70.9—35.4)
Intermittent
Approximately
900—550 (35.4—21.7)
Fast
intermittent
Approximately
550 (21.7) or less
Continuous
Front corner sensors
Distance shown as C in
mm (in.)
Indicator and
buzzer
Approximately
600—400 (23.6—15.7)
Intermittent
Approximately
400—250 (15.7—9.8)
Fast
intermittent
Approximately
250 (9.8) or less
Continuous
Rear corner sensors
Distance shown as B in
mm (in.)
Indicator and
buzzer
Approximately
850—520 (33.5—20.5)
Intermittent
Approximately
520—250 (20.5—9.8)
Fast
intermittent
Approximately
250 (9.8) or less
Continuous
1: Front sensors
2: Rear corner sensors
3: Rear sensors
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Perceptible area
A: Approximately
B: Approximately
C: Approximately
1800 mm (70.9 in.)
850 mm (33.5 in.)
600 mm (23.6 in.)
Perceptible area is limited as shown in
the previous illustration. Check the area
around the vehicle before driving and start
driving slowly.
CAUTION
The Toyota park assist system is
intended as an aid to assist you to
park and is not a substitute for
your personal judgment. Make your
driving decisions based on your observations.
For vehicles sold in Canada
This ISM device compiles with Canadian ICES- 001.
Do not attach accessories or other
objects to the vehicle within the
sensor perceptible area. Doing so
may cause the system to malfunction, which might result in an accident.
In certain situations, the system
will not function properly and when
the vehicle approaches certain objects, the system will not detect
those objects. Therefore, always observe the area around the vehicle
and do not rely solely on the system.
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Toyota park assist system
(type B)
In the following cases, the system may
not work properly.
The system may not detect the following.
When ice, snow, mud or other objects
Thin objects such as a wire or rope
Objects with a surface area too small
build up on the sensor.
When the vehicle is parked in extremely high or extremely low temperature
for a long period.
When driving on bumpy or graveled
roads or on grass
When a device such as a horn from
another vehicle, motorcycle engine, or
an air brake sound from a heavy- duty
vehicle, issues ultrasonic waves, near
your vehicle
When attaching a two- way radio antenna
When rain or water splashes on the
sensor.
When operating the vehicle on an inclined surface
When a radio antenna or fender pole
is mounted on your vehicle.
When a towing hitch is mounted on
your vehicle.
to reflect ultrasonic waves
wire gauze
such as
Sound wave absorbing objects or material such as cotton or snow
A person near the vehicle (depending
on the type of clothes worn)
Objects with a sharp edge
Small or short objects
Tall objects with an upper part project-
1: Rear sensors
2: Rear corner sensors
ing toward the vehicle
Objects just under the bumper
Objects very close to your vehicle
In the following cases, have
Toyota dealer check the system.
your
When the bumper is damaged.
When the indicator is continuously on.
The Toyota park assist system is designed to inform you of the approximate distance between your vehicle and
an obstruction by indicator and buzzer
while driving at approximate 10 km/h (6
mph) or less when parking the vehicle.
This system uses sensors to detect obstructions.
This system works when the ignition key
is at the “ON” position and the transmission is in the “R” position.
The sensors work only when the transmission is in the “R” position.
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If the indicator is continuously on, have
your Toyota dealer check the system.
Rear sensors
If the indicator remains blinking but
you do not hear the buzzer sound,
clean the sensors with soft cloth.
To turn on: Push the switch.
Rear corner sensors
The indicator comes on and the buzzer
will sound.
To turn off: Push the switch again.
In the following cases, the buzzer will
sound several times and the indicator
will stay on to indicate that the system
is not working properly.
When the temperature is extremely low.
When any of the sensors are malfunction.
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This system is designed to inform you of
the approximate distance between your
vehicle and an obstacle by indicator and
buzzer.
Perceptible area
A: Approximately
B: Approximately
Perceptible area is limited as shown in
the previous illustration. Check the area
around the vehicle before driving and start
driving slowly.
Rear sensors
Distance shown as A in
mm (in.)
Indicator and
buzzer
Approximately 1800—900
(70.9—35.4)
Intermittent
Approximately
900—550 (35.4—21.7)
Fast
intermittent
Approximately
550 (21.7) or less
Continuous
1800 mm (70.9 in.)
850 mm (33.5 in.)
Rear corner sensors
Distance shown as B in
mm (in.)
Indicator and
buzzer
Approximately
850—520 (33.5—20.5)
Intermittent
Approximately
520—250 (20.5—9.8)
Fast
intermittent
Approximately
250 (9.8) or less
Continuous
1: Rear corner sensors
2: Rear sensors
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CAUTION
The Toyota park assist system is
intended as an aid to assist you to
park and is not a substitute for
your personal judgment. Make your
driving decisions based on your observations.
Do not attach accessories or other
For vehicles sold in Canada
This ISM device compiles with Canadian ICES- 001.
In the following cases, the system may
not work properly.
When ice, snow, mud or other objects
build up on the sensor.
When the vehicle is parked in extremely high or extremely low temperature
for a long period.
When driving on bumpy or graveled
roads or on grass
objects to the vehicle within the
sensor perceptible area. Doing so
may cause the system to malfunction, which might result in an accident.
When a device such as a horn from
In certain situations, the system
When attaching a two- way radio anten-
will not function properly and when
the vehicle approaches certain objects, the system will not detect
those objects. Therefore, always observe the area around the vehicle
and do not rely solely on the system.
another vehicle, motorcycle engine, or
an air brake sound from a heavy- duty
vehicle, issues ultrasonic waves, near
your vehicle
na
When rain or water splashes on the
sensor.
When operating the vehicle on an inclined surface
When a radio antenna or fender pole
is mounted on your vehicle.
When a towing hitch is mounted on
your vehicle.
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Rear view monitor system
The system may not detect the following.
Thin objects such as a wire or rope
Objects with a surface area too small
to reflect ultrasonic waves
wire gauze
such as
Sound wave absorbing objects or material such as cotton or snow
A person near the vehicle (depending
on the type of clothes worn)
Objects with a sharp edge
Small or short objects
Tall objects with an upper part projecting toward the vehicle
Objects just under the bumper
Objects very close to your vehicle
In the following cases, have
Toyota dealer check the system.
your
When the bumper is damaged.
When the indicator is continuously on.
The rear view monitor system assists
the driver by displaying an image of
the rear of the vehicle while backing
up. The displayed image on the screen
is a horizontally reversed mirror image
of the inside rear view mirror.
Never depend on the rear view
To display the rear view image on the
screen, place the selector lever in the
“R” position when the ignition switch
in the “ON” position.
Use caution just as you would when
backing up any vehicle.
If you move the selector lever out of the
“R” position, the screen returns to the
previous screen. Operating another function of the navigation system will display
another screen.
The rear view monitor system is a supplement device intended to assist back up.
When backing up, be sure to check behind and all around the vehicle visually.
CAUTION
monitor system entirely when backing up. Always make sure your intended oath is clear.
Never back up while looking only at
the screen. The image on the
screen is different from actual conditions. Depicted distances between
objects and flat surfaces will differ
from actual distances. If you back
up while looking only at the screen,
you may hit a vehicle, a person or
an object. When backing up, be
sure to check behind and all around
the vehicle visually and with mirrors before proceeding.
Do not use the system when the
back door is not completely closed.
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If the back of the vehicle is hit, the
position and mounting angle of the
camera may change. Be sure to
have the camera’s position and
mounting angle checked at your Toyota dealer.
AREA DISPLAYED ON SCREEN
Image is displayed approximately level
on screen.
If the temperature changes rapidly,
such as when hot water is poured
on the vehicle in cold weather, the
system may not operate normally.
If the camera lens becomes dirty, it
cannot transmit a clear image. If
water droplets, snow, or mud adhere to the lens, rinse with water
and wipe with a soft cloth. If the
lens is extremely dirty, wash it with
a mild cleanser and rinse.
The displayed image may become
On screen
darker and moving images may be
slightly distorted when the system
is cold. When backing up, be sure
to check behind and all around the
vehicle visually and with mirror before proceeding.
When replacing the tires, please consult
your Toyota dealer. If you replace the
tires, the area displayed on the screen
may change.
Corners of bumper
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The area detected by the camera is
When water droplets are adhering to
limited. The camera does not detect
objects which are close to either
corner of the bumper or under the
bumper.
the camera, or when humidity is high
(for example, when it rains)
When foreign matter
(for example,
snow or mud) is adhering to the camera
The area displayed on the screen
When the sun or the beam of head-
may vary according to vehicle orientation or road conditions.
lights is shining directly into the camera lens
THE REAR
CAMERA
VIEW
MONITOR
SYSTEM
The rear view monitor system camera is
located on the back door as shown in the
illustration. The camera uses a special
lens. The distance of the image that appears on the screen differs from the actual distance.
In the following cases, it may become
difficult to see the images on the screen,
even when the system is functioning.
In the dark (for example, at night)
When the temperature near the lens is
high or low
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Power outlets (12 VDC)
The power outlets (12 VDC) are designed for power supply for car accessories.
The key must be in the “ACC” or “ON”
position for the power outlets to be used.
NOTICE
To prevent the fuse from being
blown, do not use the electricity
over the total vehicle capacity of 12
VDC/120W (front and rear outlets
together).
If a bright light (for example, sunlight reflected off the vehicle body) is picked up
by the camera, the smear effect∗ peculiar
to the camera may occur.
Front
To prevent the battery from being
discharged, do not use the power
outlets longer than necessary when
the engine is not running.
Close the power outlet lids when
the power outlets are not in use.
Inserting a foreign object other than
the appropriate plug that fits the
outlet, or allowing any liquid into
the outlet may cause electrical failure or short circuits.
∗:
Smear effect—A phenomenon that occurs when a bright light (for example, sunlight reflected off the vehicle body) is
picked up by the camera; when transmitted by the camera, the light source
appears to have a vertical streak above
and below it.
Rear
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Power outlets (115 VAC)
The power outlets (115 VAC) are designed for use as a power supply for
electric appliances in the vehicle.
The key must be in the “ON” position for
the power outlet to be used.
The maximum capacity for this power outlet is 115 VAC/100W. If you attempt to
use an appliance that requires more than
115 VAC or 100W, the protection circuit
will activate and cut the power supply.
The power supply will restart automatically
when you use an appliance that operates
within the 115 VAC/100W limits.
Beside second seat
Main switch
To use the power outlet, push the main
switch on the instrument panel.
An indicator light will illuminate to indicate
that the power outlet is ready for use.
Push the main switch once again to turn
the power outlet off. When the power outlet is not in use, make sure that the main
switch is turned off.
Beside third seat
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Glove box
NOTICE
Certain electrical appliances may cause
radio noise.
To prevent the battery from being
discharged, do not use the power
outlet longer than necessary when
the engine is not running.
Close the power outlet lid when the
power outlet is not in use. Inserting
a foreign object other than the appropriate plug that fits the outlet
may cause electrical failure or short
circuits.
The power outlet is not designed for
the following electric appliances even
though their power consumption is under 115 VAC/100W. These appliances
may not operate properly.
Appliances with high initial peak wattage: cathode- ray tube type televisions,
compressor- driven refrigerators, electric
pumps, electric tools, etc.
Measuring devices which process precise data: medical equipment, measuring instruments, etc.
To use the glove box, do this.
To open: Pull the lever.
To lock: Insert the master key and turn it
clockwise.
CAUTION
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden stop,
always keep the glove box door
closed while driving.
Other appliances requiring an extremely
stable power supply: microcomputercontrolled electric blankets, touch sensor lamps, etc.
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Garage door opener box
The box is designed to store a garage
door opener transmitter.
Open the cover and remove the Velcro
loop.
Remove the paper strip covering the adhesive on back side of loop and adhere loop
to back side of the transmitter near center.
Please note if transmitter has wire clip for
sun visor, this clip must be removed prior
to adhesion of the Velcro.
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Place the transmitter with Velcro loop facing inside of box into the box. Make sure
the transmitter button is located above
button pins.
Remove spacers from the center panel.
Place one spacer on the pin that would be
below transmitter button when the cover is
closed. Close the cover.
When the garage door opener transmitter
is properly installed, you can operate the
transmitter by pushing the center panel of
the cover.
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Auxiliary boxes
CAUTION
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden
stop, always keep the garage door
opener box closed while driving.
Keep the remaining spacers away
from children.
To use the auxiliary box, open the lid
as shown in the following illustrations.
Type C—The plate in the center of the
auxiliary box can be adjusted or removed
as shown in the illustration.
Type I—For details, see “Front seat side
table” on page 355 in this section.
CAUTION
To reduce the chance of injury in
If the center panel does not contact your
garage door opener transmitter:
Check to see if spacer is on the correct pin.
Attach another spacer to the top of
original spacer. Check operation. If required, continue to add spacers until
contact is achieved.
case of an accident or a sudden
stop, always keep the auxiliary box
closed while driving.
Type A and L—As these holders are
designed for holding a light object
such as an eyeglass, do not place
any heavy objects in them. Heavy
objects may cause the holder to
open and contents to fly out resulting in injuries.
If the transmitter is clattering during driving, fill in a piece of felt or pad to prevent
the transmitter from clattering.
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NOTICE
Type A and L—During hot weather,
the interior of the vehicle becomes
very hot. Do not leave anything
flammable or deformable such as a
lighter, glasses, etc. inside.
Type L—To prevent damage to the
auxiliary box, do not place any object heavier than 250 g (0.55 lb.) in
it.
Type A (driver’s side roof)
Position 1
Type B (instrument panel)
Position 2
Type C (instrument panel, without seat
heater)
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Type D (instrument panel, with seat heater)
Type F (front door)
Type H (spare tire cover)
Type E (upper side of the glove box)
Type G (quarter trim)
Type I (front seat side table)
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Coin holder
Type J (rear side of console box)
Type L (with rear seat audio system)
To use the coin holder, push the button.
CAUTION
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden stop
while driving, keep the coin holder
closed when it is not in use.
Type K (front passenger’s seat)
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Cup holders
The cup holder is designed for holding
cups or drink- cans. To use them, observe the following illustrations.
Type C and D—For details, see “Front
seat side table” on page 355 in this section.
Type G—For details, see “Removable console box” on page 350 in this section.
CAUTION
Do not place anything else other
than cups or drink- cans in the cup
holder, as such items may be
thrown about and possibly injure
people in the vehicle during sudden
braking or in an accident.
Type A (instrument panel)
Type C (front side of the front seat side
table)
Type B (quarter trim)
Type D (rear side of the front seat side
table)
Type
A and F—To reduce the
chance of injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop while driving, keep the cup holder closed
when it is not in use.
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Type E (front side of console box)
Type G (console box tray)
Type F (rear side of console box)
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Bottle holders
Storage box
The bottle holders are designed to hold
bottles securely.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to use the holder for
any other purpose for which it was
intended. Inappropriately sized or
shaped objects may be thrown about
in the compartment and possibly injure people in the vehicle during a
sudden braking or an accident.
Front door
NOTICE
Do not put a cup or open bottle in
the bottle holder because the contents may spill when the door opens
or closes.
This box is designed to place things
like bottles.
Sliding door
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Removable console box
UPPER TRAY
To access the upper tray, raise the console box lid.
CONSOLE BOX
To access the console box, pull up the
lock release lever and raise the console
box lid.
CAUTION
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden stop,
always keep the console box closed
while driving.
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REMOVING
AND
CONSOLE BOX
INSTALLING
THE
The console box can be removed and
installed between the front seats and
between the second seats as shown in
the illustrations.
When the console box is installed in the
second seat position, the right side second seat must be in the outside position.
Between the front seats
To remove the console box:
Open the auxiliary box of the rear side
and pull up the lock release lever to
disengage the rear lock. Then lift the
console box and release the front hook.
Between the second seats
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To install the console box between the
front seats:
1. Install the front hook in the front
striker of the console box undertray.
2. Rotate down straight and push down
to engage the rear lock.
CAUTION
Be careful not to get your hands or
feet pinched in the console box.
Make sure the console box is securely locked by pushing forward,
rearward, upward and sideways.
Failure to do so may cause an unexpected accident or severe injury
in the event of emergency braking
or a collision.
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To install the console box between the
second seats:
1. Install the front hook in the rear
striker of the double striker set.
The striker is used as both the console
box lock striker and the right second seat
lock striker when the right second seat is
in the inside position.
2. Rotate down straight and push down
to engage the rear lock.
CAUTION
Do not install the console box by
any means other than the center
striker between the second seats.
Otherwise, the console box cannot
be installed properly.
Be careful not to get your hands or
feet pinched in the console box.
Make sure the console box is se-
CONSOLE BOX TRAY
When the console box is not installed
between the front seats, the cup holder
and small tray can be installed in the
console box under- tray between the
front seats.
Before installing the cup holder, push
down the bottom of the cup and turn it
counterclockwise to lock.
The cup holder and small tray are in the
console box.
curely locked by pushing forward
and rearward. Failure to do so may
cause an unexpected accident or
severe injury in the event of emergency braking or a collision.
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Note pad holder
CAUTION
Make sure the the cup holder and
small tray are securely locked by
pushing forward and rearward when
they are installed. Failure to do so
may cause an unexpected accident
or severe injury in the event of
emergency braking or a collision.
Do not place anything other than
To install the cup holder and small tray:
Cup holder—Hook the front of the cup
holder to the console box under- tray, then
push down the back of the cup holder to
secure it.
Small tray—Hook the back of the small
tray to the console box under- tray, then
push down the front of the small tray to
secure it.
cups or drink cans in the cup holder, and do not place anything in the
console box tray, as such items
may be thrown about and possibly
injure people in the vehicle during
sudden braking or in an accident.
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden
stop while driving, keep the cup
holder and small tray stored when
they are not in use.
Make sure the cup holder and small tray
are locked securely.
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Front seat side table
The note pad holder is designed to
hold small paper such as note pads.
To use the holder, raise the console box
upper lid.
CAUTION
Do not write on the note pad holder
while the vehicle is moving.
Do not place anything else on the
note pad holder. Such
thrown about in the
and possibly cause
sudden braking or an
items may be
compartment
injury during
accident.
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden
stop while driving, keep the console
box upper lid closed when it is not
in use.
The front seat side table can be used
as a cup holder or auxiliary box. It can
be also used as a temporary table only
when the vehicle is stopped.
The auxiliary box of the table can also be
used as a cup holder. To use as a cup
holder, open the lid and pull down the tab
as shown in the illustration.
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Coat hooks
CAUTION
Do not put heavy things on the
front seat side table. The table may
fall down and cause personal injury.
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden
stop, always keep the auxiliary box
closed while driving.
Do not place anything else other
To fold down the table, pull up the lock
release lever and push against the front
passenger’s seat side.
Make sure the table is locked securely.
than cups or drink- cans in the cup
holder, as such items may be
thrown about and possibly injure
people in the vehicle during sudden
braking or in an accident.
To reduce the chance of injury in
case of an accident or a sudden
stop while driving, make sure the
table is folded down and locked securely when it is not in use.
To use the coat hook, pull it down.
CAUTION
Vehicles with side airbags and curtain
shield airbag—Do not hook a hanger,
heavy or sharp pointed object on the
coat hook. If the curtain shield airbag
inflates, those items will be hurled
away with great force or the curtain
shield airbag may not activate correctly. When you hang clothes, hang
them on the coat hook directly.
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Grocery bag hooks
These hooks are designed
things like grocery bags.
to
hang
Type A—To use the hook, pull it down.
Type D—To use the hook, pull it up.
CAUTION
Type A and D—To reduce the chance
of injury in case of an accident or a
sudden stop while driving, keep the
hook stored when it is not in use.
NOTICE
Type A (instrument panel)
Type C (third seats)
Type B (front seats)
Type D (under the back door)
Type A, B, and C—To prevent damage to the hook, do not hang any
object heavier than 4 kg (8.8 lb.) in
it.
Type D—To prevent damage to the
hook, avoid hanging heavy loads on
it.
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Cargo net hooks
These hooks are designed to hang cargo net.
Although the cargo net itself is not included as an original equipment, these
hooks can be used to hang the cargo net.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the hook, avoid
hanging things other than a cargo net
on it.
Pattern 1
Pattern 3
Pattern 2
Pattern 4
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Tie- down hooks
Roof luggage carrier
CAUTION
When you load cargo on the roof luggage carrier, observe the following:
Place the cargo so that its weight
is distributed evenly between the
front and rear axles.
If loading long or wide cargo, never
To secure your luggage, use the tiedown hooks as shown above.
See “Luggage stowage precautions” on
page 374 in Section 2 for precautions
when loading luggage.
CAUTION
To avoid personal injury, keep the tiedown hooks folded when not in use.
exceed the vehicle overall length or
width.
(See
“Dimensions
and
weight” on page 470 in Section 8
for information on your vehicle
overall length and width.)
The roof luggage carrier consists of
roof rails (1) attached to the roof and
sliding cross rails (2).
Before driving, make sure the cargo
To adjust the positions of cross rails, do
this.
Loading cargo on the roof luggage
1. Turn the knobs counterclockwise
loosen the cross rails.
to
2. Slide the cross rails to the desired
position for loading the luggages of
various sizes.
3. After adjusting, be sure to tighten the
cross rails by turning knobs clockwise.
is securely fastened on the roof
luggage carrier.
carrier will make the center of the
vehicle gravity higher. Avoid high
speeds, sudden starts, sharp turns,
sudden braking or abrupt maneuvers, otherwise it may result in loss
of control or vehicle rollover due to
failure to operate this vehicle correctly.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and
precautions when installing the attachments or their equivalent.
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Sun shade
To use the sun shade, pull the tab of
the shade and hook it on the anchors.
To store the shade, pull the tab slightly
to unhook the shade, and lower it slowly.
If driving for a long distance, on
rough roads, or at high speeds,
stop the vehicle now and then during the trip to make sure the cargo
remains in its place.
Do not exceed 68 kg (150 lb.) cargo
NOTICE
weight on the roof luggage carrier.
Do not place anything where it
might hinder the opening/closing of
the shade.
NOTICE
When loading the luggages, be careful
not to scratch the surface of the
moon roof.
Do not
shade.
place
anything
on
the
Rear window
Quarter window
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Floor mat
Use a floor mat of the correct size.
If the floor carpet and floor mat have two
holes, then it is designed for use with two
locking clips. Fix the floor mat with locking clips into the holes in the floor carpet.
CAUTION
Make sure the floor mat is properly
placed on the floor carpet. If the floor
mat slips and interferes with the
movement of the pedals during driving, it may cause an accident.
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SECTION
2
INFORMATION BEFORE DRIVING YOUR
TOYOTA
Information before driving your Toyota
Break- in period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel pump shut off system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation in foreign countries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Three- way catalytic converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Engine exhaust cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Facts about engine oil consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Iridium- tipped spark plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Brake system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Brake pad wear limit indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Luggage stowage precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Your Toyota’s identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Theft prevention labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Suspension and chassis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Types of tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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366
366
367
368
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374
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375
376
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Break- in period
Fuel
Drive gently and avoid high speeds.
FUEL TYPE
OCTANE RATING
Your vehicle does not need an elaborate
break- in. But following a few simple tips
for the first 1600 km (1000 miles) can add
to the future economy and long life of
your vehicle:
Your new vehicle must use only unleaded gasoline.
Select Octane Rating 87 (Research
Octane Number 91) or higher. For
improved vehicle performance, the use
of premium unleaded gasoline with an
Octane Rating of 91 (Research Octane
Number 96) or higher is recommended.
Avoid full throttle acceleration when
starting and driving.
Avoid racing the engine.
Try to avoid hard stops during the first
300 km (200 miles).
Do not drive for a long time at any
single speed, either fast or slow.
Do not tow a trailer during the first 800
km (500 miles).
To help prevent gas station mix- ups, your
Toyota has a smaller fuel tank opening.
The special nozzle on pumps with unleaded fuel will fit it, but the larger standard nozzle on pumps with leaded gas will
not.
At a minimum, the gasoline you use
should meet the specifications of ASTM
D4814 in the U.S.A. and CGSB 3.5- M93
in Canada.
NOTICE
Do not use leaded gasoline. Use of
leaded gasoline will cause the threeway catalytic converter to lose its effectiveness and the emission control
system to function improperly. Also,
this can increase maintenance costs.
Use of unleaded gasoline with an octane
rating or research octane number lower
than stated above will cause persistent
heavy knocking. If it is severe, this will
lead to engine damage.
If your engine knocks...
If you detect heavy knocking even when
using the recommended fuel, or if you
hear steady knocking while holding a
steady speed on level roads, consult your
Toyota dealer.
However, occasionally, you may notice
light knocking for a short time while accelerating or driving up hills. This is normal
and there is no need for concern.
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GASOLINE
ADDITIVES
CONTAINING
DETERGENT
Toyota recommends the use of gasoline
that contains detergent additives to
avoid build- up of engine deposits.
However, all gasoline sold in the U.S.
contains detergent additives to keep clean
and/or clean intake systems.
QUALITY GASOLINE
Automotive manufacturers in the U.S.,
Europe and Japan have developed a
specification for quality fuel named
World- Wide Fuel Charter (WWFC) that
is expected to be applied world wide.
The WWFC consists of three categories
that depend on required emission levels. In the U.S., category 3 has been
adopted. The WWFC improves air quality by providing for better emissions in
vehicle fleets, and customer satisfaction
through better vehicle performance.
CLEANER BURNING GASOLINE
GASOLINE CONTAINING MMT
Cleaner burning gasoline, including reformulated gasoline that contains oxygenates such as ethanol or MTBE is
available in many areas.
Some gasoline contain an octane enhancing additive called MMT (Methylcyclopentadienyl Manganese Tricarbonyl).
Toyota recommends the use of cleaner
burning gasoline and appropriately blended
reformulated gasoline. These types of gasoline provide excellent vehicle performance, reduce vehicle emissions, and improve air quality.
OXYGENATES IN GASOLINE
Toyota does not recommend the use of
gasoline that contains MMT. If fuel containing MMT is used, your emission control system may be adversely affected.
The Malfunction Indicator Lamp on the instrument cluster may come on. If this happens, contact your Toyota dealer for service.
Toyota allows the use of oxygenate
blended gasoline where the oxygenate
content is up to 10% ethanol or 15%
MTBE. If you use gasohol in your
Toyota, be sure that it has an octane
rating no lower than 87.
Toyota does not recommend the use of
gasoline containing methanol.
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Fuel pump shut off system
Operation in foreign countries
In a very few cases, you may experience
driveability problems caused by the particular gasoline that you are using. If you
continue to have unacceptable driveability,
try changing gasoline brands. If this does
not rectify your problem, then consult your
Toyota dealer.
The fuel pump shut off system stops supplying fuel to the engine to minimize the
risk of fuel leakage when the engine stalls
or an airbag inflates upon collision. To
restart the engine after the fuel pump shut
off system activates, turn the ignition
switch to “ACC” or “LOCK” once and start
it.
If you plan to drive your Toyota in
another country...
NOTICE
CAUTION
Do not use gasohol other than
stated above. It will cause fuel system damage or vehicle performance
problems.
Inspect the ground under the vehicle
before restarting the engine. If you
find that liquid has leaked onto the
ground, it is the fuel system has
been damaged and it is in need of
repair. In this case, do not restart the
engine.
GASOLINE QUALITY
If driveability problems occur (poor
hot starting, vaporizing, engine
knock, etc.), discontinue the use.
First, comply with the vehicle registration
laws.
Second, confirm the availability of the correct fuel (unleaded and minimum octane
number).
Take care not to spill gasohol during refueling. Gasohol may cause
paint damage.
FUEL TANK CAPACITY
79 L (21 gal., 17.5 lmp. gal.)
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Three- way catalytic converter
NOTICE
A large amount of unburned gases
flowing into the three- way catalytic
converter may cause it to overheat
and create a fire hazard. To prevent
this and other damage, observe the
following precautions:
Use only unleaded gasoline.
The three- way catalytic converter is an
emission control device installed in the
exhaust system.
The purpose is to reduce pollutants in the
exhaust gas.
Do not drive with an extremely low
fuel level; running out of fuel could
cause the engine to misfire, creating an excessive load on the threeway catalytic converter.
Do not allow the engine to run at
idle speed for more than 20 minutes.
Avoid racing the engine.
CAUTION
Do not push- start or pull- start your
vehicle.
Keep people and combustible mate-
Do not turn off the ignition while
the vehicle is moving.
rials away from the exhaust pipe
while the engine is running. The
exhaust gas is very hot.
Keep your engine in good running
order. Malfunctions in the engine
electrical system, electronic ignition
system/distributor ignition system
or fuel system could cause an extremely high three- way catalytic
converter temperature.
If the engine becomes difficult to
start or stalls frequently, take your
vehicle in for a check- up as soon
as possible. Remember, your Toyota
dealer knows your vehicle and its
three- way catalytic converter system best.
To ensure that the three- way catalytic converter and the entire emission control system operate properly, your vehicle must receive the
periodic inspections required by the
Toyota Maintenance Schedule. For
scheduled maintenance information,
refer to the “Scheduled Maintenance
Guide” or “Owner’s Manual Supplement”.
Do not drive, idle or park your vehicle over anything that might burn
easily such as grass, leaves, paper
or rags.
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Facts about engine oil
consumption
Engine exhaust cautions
CAUTION
Avoid inhaling the engine exhaust.
It contains carbon monoxide, which
is a colorless and odorless gas. It
can cause unconsciousness or even
death.
Make sure the exhaust system has
no holes or loose connections. The
system should be checked from
time to time. If you hit something,
or notice a change in the sound of
the exhaust, have the system
checked immediately.
Do not run the engine in a garage
or enclosed area except for the
time needed to drive the vehicle in
or out. The exhaust gases cannot
escape, making this a particularly
dangerous situation.
Do not remain for a long time in a
parked vehicle with the engine running. If it is unavoidable, however,
do so only in an unconfined area
and adjust the heating or cooling
system to force outside air into the
vehicle.
Keep the back door and quarter
windows closed while driving. An
open or unsealed back door and
quarter windows may cause exhaust
gases to be drawn into the vehicle.
To allow proper operation of your
vehicle’s ventilation system, keep
the inlet grilles in front of the windshield clear of snow, leaves, or other obstructions.
If you smell exhaust fumes in the
vehicle, drive with the windows
open and the back door and quarter
windows closed. Have the cause immediately located and corrected.
FUNCTIONS OF ENGINE OIL
Engine oil has the primary functions of
lubricating and cooling the inside of the
engine, and plays a major role in maintaining the engine in proper working order.
ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION
It is normal that an engine should consume some engine oil during normal
engine operation. The causes of oil
consumption in a normal engine are as
follows.
Oil is used to lubricate pistons, piston
rings and cylinders. A thin film of oil
is left on the cylinder wall when a piston moves downwards in the cylinder.
High negative pressure generated when
the vehicle is decelerating sucks some
of this oil into the combustion chamber.
This oil as well as some part of the oil
film left on the cylinder wall is burned
by the high temperature combustion
gases during the combustion process.
Oil is also used to lubricate the stems
of the intake valves. Some of this oil
is sucked into the combustion chamber
together with the intake air and is
burned along with the fuel. High temperature exhaust gases also burn the
oil used to lubricate the exhaust valve
stems.
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Iridium- tipped spark plugs
The amount of engine oil consumed depends on the viscosity of the oil, the
quality of the oil and the conditions the
vehicle is driven under.
More oil is consumed by high- speed driving and frequent acceleration and deceleration.
A new engine consumes more oil, since
its pistons, piston rings and cylinder walls
have not become conditioned.
When judging the amount of oil consumption, note that the oil may become
diluted and make it difficult to judge
the true level accurately.
As an example, if a vehicle is used for
repeated short trips, and consumes a normal amount of oil, the dipstick may not
show any drop in the oil level at all, even
after 1000 km (600 miles) or more. This
is because the oil is gradually becoming
diluted with fuel or moisture, making it
appear that the oil level has not changed.
IMPORTANCE OF ENGINE OIL LEVEL
CHECK
One of the most important points in proper vehicle maintenance is to keep the engine oil at the optimum level so that oil
function will not be impaired. Therefore, it
is essential that the oil level be checked
regularly. Toyota recommends that the oil
level be checked every time you refuel
the vehicle.
NOTICE
Failure to check the oil level regularly
could lead to serious engine trouble
due to insufficient oil.
For detailed information on oil level check,
see “Checking the engine oil level” on
page 440 in Section 7- 2.
Your engine is fitted with iridium- tipped
spark plugs.
NOTICE
Use only iridium- tipped spark plugs
and do not adjust gaps for your engine performance smooth drive- ability.
The diluting ingredients evaporate out
when the vehicle is then driven at high
speeds, as on an express way, making it
appear that oil is excessively consumed
after driving at high speeds.
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Brake system
The tandem master cylinder brake system
is a hydraulic system with two separate
sub- systems. If either sub- system should
fail, the other will still work. However, the
pedal will be harder to press, and your
stopping distance will be longer. Also, the
brake system warning light may come on.
CAUTION
Do not drive your vehicle with only a
single brake system. Have your
brakes fixed immediately.
BRAKE BOOSTER
The brake booster uses engine vacuum to
power- assist the brakes. If the engine
should quit while you are driving, you can
bring the vehicle to a stop with normal
pedal pressure. There is enough reserved
vacuum for one or two stops—but no
more!
CAUTION
Do not pump the brake pedal if the
engine stalls. Each push on the
pedal uses up your reserved vacuum.
Even if the power assist is completely lost, the brakes will still
work. But you will have to push the
pedal hard, much harder than normal. And your braking distance will
be longer.
ANTI- LOCK
BRAKE
“ABS” warning light)
SYSTEM
(with
The anti- lock brake system is designed
to help prevent lock- up of the wheels
during a sudden braking or braking on
slippery road surfaces. This assists in
providing directional stability and steering performance of the vehicle under
these circumstances.
Effective way to press the ABS brake
pedal: When the anti- lock brake system
function is in action, you may feel the
brake pedal pulsating and hear a noise.
In this situation, to let the anti- lock
brake system work for you, just hold the
brake pedal down more firmly. Do not
pump the brake in a panic stop. This
will result in reduced braking performance.
The anti- lock brake system becomes operative after the vehicle has accelerated
to a speed in excess of approximately 10
km/h (6 mph). It stops operating when the
vehicle decelerates to a speed below
approximately 5 km/h (3 mph).
Depressing the brake pedal on slippery
road surfaces such as on a manhole cover, a steel plate at a construction site,
joints in a bridge, etc. on a rainy day
tends to activate the anti- lock brake system.
You may hear a click or motor sound in
the engine compartment for a few seconds
when the engine is started or just after
the vehicle begins to move. This means
that the anti- lock brake system is in the
self- check mode, and does not indicate a
malfunction.
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When the anti- lock brake system is activated, the following conditions may
occur. They do not indicate a malfunction of the system:
You may hear the anti- lock brake system operating and feel the brake pedal
pulsating and the vibrations of the vehicle body and steering wheel. You
may also hear the motor sound in the
engine compartment even after the vehicle is stopped.
At the end of the anti- lock brake system activation, the brake pedal may
move a little forward.
CAUTION
Driving on rough, gravel or snowcovered roads.
Do not overestimate the anti- lock
brake system: Although the anti- lock
brake system assists in providing vehicle control, it is still important to
drive with all due care and maintain
a moderate speed and safe distance
from the vehicle in front of you, because there are limits to the vehicle
stability and effectiveness of steering
wheel operation even with the antilock brake system on.
If tires grip performance exceeds its
capability, or if hydroplaning occurs
during high speed driving in the rain,
the anti- lock brake system does not
provide vehicle control.
Driving with tire chains installed.
Driving over the steps such as the
joints on the road.
Driving on roads where the road
surface is pitted or has other differences in surface height.
Install all 4 tires of specified size at
appropriate pressure: The anti- lock
brake system detects vehicle speeds
using the speed sensors for respective wheels’ turning speeds. The use
of tires other than specified may fail
to detect the accurate turning speed
resulting in a longer stopping distance.
Anti- lock brake system is not designed to shorten the stopping distance: Always drive at the moderate
speed and maintain a safe distance
from the vehicle in front of you.
Compared with vehicles without an
anti- lock brake system, your vehicle
may require a longer stopping distance in the following cases:
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“ABS” warning light
Vehicles without the vehicle skid control system—
The light comes on when the ignition key
is turned to the “ON” position. If the antilock brake system works properly, the
light turns off after a few seconds. Thereafter, if either of the systems malfunctions, the light comes on again.
Type A
When the “ABS” warning light is on (and
the brake system warning light is off), the
anti- lock brake system does not operate,
but the brake system still operates conventionally.
When the “ABS” warning light is on (and
the brake system warning light is off), the
anti- lock brake system does not operate
but the brake assist system still operates.
In this case the wheels could lock up
during a sudden braking or braking on
slippery road surfaces.
If either of the following conditions
occurs, this indicates a malfunction
somewhere in the parts monitored by
the warning light system. Contact your
Toyota dealer as soon as possible to
service the vehicle.
The light does not come on when the
ignition key is turned to the “ON” position, or remains on.
The light comes on while you are driving.
A warning light turning on briefly during
operation does not indicate a problem.
CAUTION
If the “ABS” warning light remains on
together with the brake system warning light, immediately stop your vehicle at a safe place and contact your
Toyota dealer.
In this case, not only the anti- lock
brake system will fail but also the
vehicle will become extremely unstable during braking.
Type B
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Vehicles with the vehicle skid control
system—
The light comes on when the ignition key
is turned to the “ON” position. If the antilock brake system and the brake assist
system work properly, the light turns off
after a few seconds. Thereafter, if either
of the systems malfunctions, the light
comes on again.
If either of the following conditions
occurs, this indicates a malfunction
somewhere in the parts monitored by
the warning light system. Contact your
Toyota dealer as soon as possible to
service the vehicle.
The light does not come on when the
ignition key is turned to the “ON” position, or remains on.
The light comes on while you are driv-
When the “ABS” warning light is on (and
the brake system warning light is off), the
anti- lock brake system, the brake assist
system, the traction control system and
the vehicle skid control system do not
operate, but the brake system still operates conventionally.
A warning light turning on briefly during
operation does not indicate a problem.
When the “ABS” warning light is on (and
the brake system warning light is off), the
anti- lock brake system does not operate
so that the wheels could lock up during
a sudden braking or braking on slippery
road surfaces.
If the “ABS” warning light remains on
together with the brake system warning light, immediately stop your vehicle at a safe place and contact your
Toyota dealer.
ing.
CAUTION
In this case, not only the anti- lock
brake system will fail but also the
vehicle will become extremely unstable during braking.
BRAKE ASSIST SYSTEM
When you slam the brakes on, the
brake assist system judges as an emergency stop and provides more powerful
braking for a driver who cannot hold
down the brake pedal firmly.
When you slam the brakes on, more powerful braking will be applied. At this time,
you may hear a sound in the engine
compartment and feel the vibrations of the
brake pedal. This does not indicate a malfunction.
Vehicles with the vehicle skid control system—
The brake assist system becomes operative after the vehicle has accelerated to
a speed in excess of approximately 10
km/h (6 mph). It stops operating when the
vehicle decelerates to a speed below
approximately 5 km/h (3 mph).
For an explanation of this system’s warning light, see “Service reminder indicators
and warning buzzers” on page 165 in Section 1- 5.
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Brake pad wear limit
indicators
Luggage stowage precautions
When stowing luggage or cargo in the
vehicle, observe the following:
Put luggage or cargo in the luggage
compartment when at all possible. Be
sure all items are secured in place.
Be careful to keep the vehicle balanced. Locating the weight as far forward as possible helps maintain balance.
For better fuel economy, do not carry
unneeded weight.
CAUTION
The brake pad wear limit indicators on
your disc brakes give a warning noise
when the brake pads are worn to where
replacement is required.
If you hear a squealing or scraping noise
while driving, have the brake pads
checked and replaced by your Toyota
dealer as soon as possible. Expensive rotor damage can result if the pads are not
replaced when necessary.
To prevent luggage or packages
Do not drive with objects left on
top of the instrument panel. They
may interfere with the driver’s field
of view. Or they may move during
sharp vehicle acceleration or turning, and impair the driver’s control
of the vehicle. In an accident they
may injure the vehicle occupants.
NOTICE
Do not load the vehicle beyond the
vehicle capacity weight specified on
page 470 in Section 8.
from sliding forward during braking,
do not stack anything in the luggage compartment higher than the
seatbacks. Keep luggage or packages low, as close to the floor as
possible.
Never allow anyone to ride in the
luggage compartment. It is not designed for passengers. They should
ride in their seats with their seat
belts properly fastened. Otherwise,
they are much more likely to suffer
serious bodily injury, in the event
of sudden braking or a collision.
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Your Toyota’s identification—
—Vehicle identification
number
The vehicle identification number (VIN)
is the legal identifier for your vehicle.
This number is on the left top of the
instrument panel, and can be seen
through the windshield from outside.
—Engine number
The vehicle identification number (VIN) is
also on the Certification Label.
The engine number is stamped on the
engine block as shown.
This is the primary identification number
for your Toyota. It is used in registering
the ownership of your vehicle.
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Theft prevention labels
(except for Canada)
Your new vehicle carries theft prevention labels which are approximately 56
mm (2.20 in.) by 16 mm (0.63 in.).
The purpose of these labels is to reduce
the incidence of vehicle thefts by facilitating the tracing and recovery of parts from
stolen vehicles. The label is designed so
that once it is applied to a surface, any
attempt to remove it will result in destroying the integrity of the label. Transferring
these labels intact from one part to another, will be impossible.
NOTICE
You should not attempt to remove the
theft prevention labels as it may violate certain state or federal laws.
Suspension and chassis
Types of tires
CAUTION
Determine what kind of tires your vehicle is originally equipped with.
Do not modify the suspension/chassis
with lift kits, spacers, springs, etc. It
can cause dangerous handling characteristics, resulting in loss of control.
Summer tires are high- speed capability
tires best suited to highway driving under
dry conditions.
1. Summer tires
Since summer tires do not have the same
traction performance as snow tires, summer tires are inadequate for driving on
snow- covered or icy roads. For driving on
snow- covered or icy roads, we recommend using snow tires. If installing snow
tires, be sure to replace all four tires.
2. All season tires
All season tires are designed to provide
better traction in snow and to be adequate
for driving in most winter conditions, as
well as for use all year round.
All season tires, however, do not have
adequate traction performance compared
with snow tires in heavy or loose snow.
Also, all season tires fall short in acceleration
and
handling
performance
compared with summer tires in highway
driving.
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CAUTION
Do not mix summer and all season
tires on your vehicle as this can
cause dangerous handling characteristics, resulting in loss of control.
Do not use tires other than the
manufacturer’s designated tires, and
never mix tires or wheels of the
sizes different from the originally
equipped tires and wheels.
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SECTION
3
STARTING AND DRIVING
Starting and driving
Before starting the engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to start the engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tips for driving in various conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Four- wheel driving tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Winter driving tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dinghy towing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trailer towing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to save fuel and make your vehicle last longer . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Before starting the engine
1. Check the area around the vehicle before entering it.
2. Adjust seat position, seatback angle,
seat cushion height, head restraint
height and steering wheel angle.
3. Adjust the inside and outside rear view
mirrors.
4. Lock all doors.
5. Fasten seat belts.
How to start the engine—
(a) Before cranking
1. Apply the parking brake firmly.
2. Turn off unnecessary lights and accessories.
(b) Starting the engine
Before starting the engine, be sure to follow the instructions in “(a) Before cranking”.
3. Put the selector lever in “P”. If you
need to restart the engine while the
vehicle is moving, put the selector lever in “N”. A starter safety device will
prevent the starter from operating if the
selector lever is in any drive position.
Normal starting procedure
4. Depress the brake pedal and hold it to
the floor until driving off.
1. With your foot off the accelerator pedal, crank the engine by turning the key
to “START”. Release it when the engine starts.
The multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system in your
engine automatically controls the proper
air- fuel mixture for starting. You can start
a cold or hot engine as follows:
2. After the engine runs for about 10 seconds, you are ready to drive.
If the weather is below freezing, let the
engine warm up for a few minutes before
driving.
If the engine stalls...
Simply restart it, using the correct procedure given in normal starting.
If the engine will not start...
See “If your vehicle will not start” on page
392 in Section 4.
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NOTICE
Do not crank for more than 30 seconds at a time. This may overheat
the starter and wiring systems.
Do not race a cold engine.
If the engine becomes difficult to
start or stalls frequently, have the
engine checked immediately.
Tips for driving in various
conditions
Always slow down in gusty crosswinds.
This will allow you much better control.
Drive slowly onto curbs and, if possible, at a right angle. Avoid driving
onto high, sharp- edged objects and
other road hazards. Failure to do so
can lead to severe tire damage such
as a tire burst.
Drive slowly when passing over bumps
or travelling on a bumpy road. Otherwise, the impact could cause severe
damage to the tires and/or wheels.
When parking on a hill, turn the front
wheels until they touch the curb so
that the vehicle will not roll. Apply the
parking brake, and place the transmission in “P”. If necessary, block the
wheels.
Washing your vehicle or driving through
deep water may get the brakes wet. To
see whether they are wet, check that
there is no traffic near you, and then
press the pedal lightly. If you do not
feel a normal braking force, the brakes
are probably wet. To dry them, drive
the vehicle cautiously while lightly
pressing the brake pedal with the parking brake applied. If they still do not
work safely, pull to the side of the road
and call a Toyota dealer for assistance.
CAUTION
Before driving off, make sure that
the parking brake is fully released
and the parking brake reminder
light is off.
Do not leave your vehicle unattended while the engine is running.
Do not rest your foot on the brake
pedal while driving. It can cause
dangerous overheating, needless
wear, and poor fuel economy.
To drive down a long or steep hill,
reduce your speed and downshift.
Remember, if you ride the brakes
excessively, they may overheat and
not work properly.
Be careful when accelerating, upshifting, downshifting or braking on
a slippery surface. Sudden acceleration or engine braking could cause
the vehicle to spin or skid.
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Do not drive in excess of the speed
limit. Even if the legal speed limit
permits it, do not drive over 140
km/h (85 mph) unless your vehicle
has high- speed capability tires.
Driving over 140 km/h (85 mph) may
result in tire failure, loss of control
and possible injury. Be sure to consult a tire dealer to determine
whether the tires on your vehicle
are high- speed capability tires or
not before driving at such speeds.
Do not continue normal driving
when the brakes are wet. If they are
wet, your vehicle will require a
longer stopping distance, and it
may pull to one side when the
brakes are applied. Also, the parking brake will not hold the vehicle
securely.
Four- wheel driving tips
(4WD models)
If you need greater traction while driv-
ing on sand, mud or snow covered
roadways, use tire chains on the front
wheels.
Always check your brakes for effectiveness immediately after driving across
sand, mud, or water.
If
operating in adverse conditions
frequently, vehicle maintenance should
be increased. (See the separate
“Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or
“Owner’s Manual Supplement”.)
CAUTION
Observe the following tire instructions. Otherwise, an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.
Do not use tires with different tread
wear. To equalize the tire wear, rotate tires at the appropriate interval.
(See “Rotating tires” on page 450
in Section 7- 2.)
Use
the manufacturer’s recommended wheels. Do not use wheels
of different sizes and types. (See
“Replacing wheels” on page 452 in
Section 7- 2.)
NOTICE
Do not attempt to go off- road in your
Toyota. It is not designed for off- road
use.
Keep your tire pressure at the proper level. (See “Checking tire pressure” on page 447 in Section 7- 2.)
Do not use tires (including snow
tires) of different brands, sizes,
construction or tread patterns. (See
“Checking and replacing tires” on
page 448 and “Installing snow tires
and chains” on page 450 in Section
7- 2.)
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Winter driving tips
Make sure your coolant is properly protected against freezing.
Make sure the engine oil viscosity is
suitable for the cold weather.
Do not use your parking brake when
there is a possibility it could freeze.
Your coolant must contain ethylene- glycol
type coolant for a proper corrosion
protection of aluminum components. Use
“Toyota Genuine Long Life Coolant” or
equivalent.
See page 440 in Section 7- 2 for recommended viscosity. Leaving a heavy summer oil in your vehicle during winter
months may cause harder starting. If you
are not sure about which oil to use, call
your Toyota dealer—he will be pleased to
help.
When parking, put the transmission into
“P” and block the rear wheels. Do not use
the parking brake, or snow or water accumulated in and around the parking brake
mechanism may freeze, making it hard to
release.
See page 442 in Section 7- 2 for details
about coolant type selection.
Keep the door locks from freezing.
NOTICE
Do not use alcohol type antifreeze or
plain water alone.
Squirt lock de- icer or glycerine into the
locks to keep them from freezing.
Use a washer fluid containing an antifreeze solution.
When it is extremely cold, we recommend
to use 60% solution for your Toyota, to
provide protection down to about -50C
(- 58F). Do not use more than 70% solution for better coolant performance.
This product is available at your Toyota
dealer and most auto parts stores. Follow
the manufacturer’s directions for how
much to mix with water.
Check the condition of the battery and
cables.
NOTICE
Cold temperatures reduce the capacity of
any battery, so it must be in top shape
to provide enough power for winter starting. Section 7- 3 tells you how to visually
inspect the battery. Your Toyota dealer
and most service stations will be pleased
to check the level of charge.
Do not use engine antifreeze or any
other substitute because it may damage your vehicle’s paint.
Keep ice and snow from accumulating
under the fenders.
Ice and snow built up under your fenders
can make steering difficult. During bad
winter driving, stop and check under the
fenders occasionally.
Depending on where you are driving,
we recommend you carry some emergency equipment.
Some of the things you might put in the
vehicle are tire chains, window scraper,
bag of sand or salt, flares, small shovel,
jumper cables, etc.
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Dinghy towing
Trailer towing
Your vehicle is designed primarily as a
passenger- and- load- carrying
vehicle.
Towing a trailer will have an adverse effect on handling, performance, braking,
durability and driving economy (fuel consumption, etc.). Your safety and satisfaction depend on the proper use of correct
equipment and cautious driving habits.
For your safety and the safety of others,
you must not overload your vehicle or
trailer. Ask your local Toyota dealer for
further details before towing.
WEIGHT LIMITS
Your vehicle is not designed to be
dinghy towed (with four wheels on the
ground) behind a motorhome.
NOTICE
Do not tow your vehicle with four
wheels on the ground. This may
cause serious damage to your vehicle.
Before towing, make sure the total trailer weight, gross combination weight,
gross vehicle weight, gross axle weight
and trailer tongue load are all within
the limits.
The total trailer weight and tongue load
can be measured with platform scales
found at a highway weighing station, building supply company, trucking company,
junk yard, etc.
CAUTION
The maximum gross trailer weight
(trailer weight plus cargo weight)
must never exceed the following.
Without towing package
907 kg (2000 lb.)
With towing package
1587 kg (3500 lb.)
If towing a trailer and cargo weighing over 907 kg (2000 lb.), it is
necessary to use a sway control device with sufficient capacity. The
combination of the gross trailer
weight added to the total weight of
the vehicle, occupants and vehicle
cargo must never exceed a total of
the following.
Two- wheel drive models
Without towing package
3266 kg (7200 lb.)
With towing package
3946 kg (8700 lb.)
Four- wheel drive models
Without towing package
3311 kg (7300 lb.)
With towing package
3992 kg (8800 lb.)
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Exceeding the maximum weight of
the trailer, the vehicle, or the vehicle and trailer combination, can
cause an accident resulting in serious personal injuries.
Total trailer weight
Tongue load
Trailer hitch assemblies have different weight capacities established by
the hitch manufacturer. Even though
the vehicle may be physically capable of towing a higher weight, the
operator must determine the maximum weight rating of the particular
hitch assembly and never exceed
the maximum weight rating specified for the trailer- hitch. Exceeding
the maximum weight rating set by
the trailer hitch manufacturer can
cause an accident resulting in serious personal injuries.
Tongue load
Total trailer weight
100 = 9 to 11% (∗ 1)
or 15% (∗ 2)
The gross vehicle weight must not
The trailer cargo load should be
exceed the Gross Vehicle Weight
Rating (GVWR) indicated on the
Certification Label. The gross vehicle weight is the sum of weights
of the unloaded vehicle, driver, passengers, luggage, hitch and trailer
tongue load. It also includes the
weight of any special equipment
installed on your vehicle.
distributed so that the tongue load
is 9 to 11% for weight carrying
hitch (∗1) or 15% for weight distributing hitch (∗2) of the total trailer
weight, not exceeding the maximum
load of the following.
The load on either the front or rear
axle resulting from distribution of
the gross vehicle weight on both
axles must not exceed the Gross
Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) listed
on the Certification Label.
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Weight carrying hitch
Without towing package
90 kg (200 lb.)
With towing package
158 kg (350 lb.)
Weight distributing hitch
With towing package
238 kg (525 lb.)
Never load the trailer with more
weight in the back than in the
front. About 60% of the trailer load
should be in the front half of the
trailer and the remaining 40% in the
rear.
HITCHES
If you wish to install a trailer hitch, you
Toyota recommends removing the trail-
A safety chain must always be used
er hitch whenever you are not towing
a trailer to reduce the possibility of
additional damage caused by the hitch
if your vehicle is struck from behind.
After removing the hitch, seal any
mounting holes in the vehicle body to
prevent entry of pollutants such as exhaust fumes, dirt, water, etc.
between the towing vehicle and the
trailer. Leave sufficient slack in the
chain for turns. The chain should
cross under the trailer tongue to
prevent the tongue from dropping to
the ground in case it becomes damaged or separated. For correct safety
chain procedures, follow the hitch or
trailer manufacturer’s recommendations.
NOTICE
Do not use axle- mounted hitches as
they can cause damage to the axle
housing, wheel bearings, wheels or
tires. Also, never install a hitch which
may interfere with the normal function
of an Energy Absorbing Bumper, if so
equipped.
should consult with your Toyota dealer.
Use only a hitch recommended by the
hitch manufacturer and the one which
conforms to the total trailer weight
requirement.
The hitch must be bolted securely to
the vehicle frame and installed according to the hitch manufacturer’s instructions.
BRAKES AND SAFETY CHAINS
Toyota
recommends trailers with
brakes that conform to any applicable federal and state/provincial regulations.
CAUTION
If the total trailer weight exceeds
453 kg (1000 lb.), trailer brakes are
required.
Never tap into your vehicle’s hydraulic system as it would lower its
braking effectiveness.
Never tow a trailer without using a
safety chain securely attached to
both the trailer and the vehicle. If
damage occurs to the coupling unit
or hitch ball, there is danger of the
trailer wandering over into another
lane.
The hitch ball and king pin should have
a light coat of grease.
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TIRES
MAINTENANCE
TRAILER TOWING TIPS
Ensure that your vehicle’s tires are
If you tow a trailer, your vehicle will
properly inflated. See page 447 in Section 7- 2 and page 473 in Section 8 for
instructions.
require more frequent maintenance due
to the additional load. For this
information,
please
refer
to
the
scheduled maintenance information in
the “Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or
“Owner’s Manual Supplement”.
When towing a trailer, your vehicle will
handle differently than when not towing. The three main causes of vehicletrailer accidents are driver error, excessive speed and improper trailer loading.
Keep these in mind when towing:
The trailer tires should be inflated to
the pressure recommended by the trailer manufacturer in respect to the total
trailer weight.
TRAILER LIGHTS
Trailer lights must comply with federal,
state/provincial and local regulations.
See your local recreational vehicle
dealer or rental agency for the correct
type of wiring and relays for your trailer. Check for correct operation of the
turn signals and stop lights each time
you hitch up. Direct splicing may damage your vehicle’s electrical system
and cause a malfunction of your lights.
BREAK- IN SCHEDULE
Retighten all fixing bolts of the towing
ball and bracket after approximately
1000 km (600 miles) of trailer driving.
PRE- TOWING SAFETY CHECK
Check that your vehicle remains level
when a loaded or unloaded trailer is
hitched. Do not drive if the vehicle has
an abnormal nose- up or nose- down
condition, and check for improper
tongue load, overload, worn suspension
or other possible causes.
Make sure the trailer cargo is securely
loaded so that it cannot shift.
Toyota recommends that you do not
Check that your rear view mirrors con-
tow a trailer with a new vehicle or a
vehicle with any new power train component (engine, transmission, differential, wheel bearing, etc.) for the first
800 km (500 miles) of driving.
form to any applicable federal, state/
provincial or local regulations. If not,
install the rear view mirrors required
for towing purpose.
Before starting out, check operation of
the lights and all vehicle- trailer connections. After driving a short distance,
stop and recheck the lights and connections. Before actually towing a trailer, practice turning, stopping and backing with a trailer in an area away from
traffic until you learn the feel.
Backing with a trailer is difficult and
requires practice. Grip the bottom of
the steering wheel and move your hand
to the left to move the trailer to the
left. Move your hand to the right to
move the trailer to the right. (This procedure is generally opposite to that
when backing without a trailer.) Also,
just turn the steering wheel a little at
a time, avoiding sharp or prolonged
turning. Have someone guide you when
backing to reduce the risk of an accident.
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Because stopping distance may be in-
Crosswinds and rough roads will ad-
Because of the added load of the trail-
creased, vehicle- to- vehicle distance
should be increased when towing a
trailer. For each 16 km/h (10 mph) of
speed, allow at least one vehicle and
trailer length between you and the vehicle ahead. Avoid sudden braking as
you may skid, resulting in jackknifing
and loss of control. This is especially
true on wet or slippery surfaces.
versely affect handling of your vehicle
and trailer, causing sway. Pay attention
to the rear from time to time to prepare yourself for being passed by large
trucks or buses, which may cause your
vehicle and trailer to sway. If swaying
happens, firmly grip the steering wheel
and reduce speed immediately but
gradually. Never increase speed. Steer
straight ahead. If you make no extreme
correction with the steering or brakes,
the vehicle and trailer will stabilize.
er, your vehicle’s engine may overheat
on hot days (at temperatures over
30C [85F]) when going up a long or
steep grade with a trailer. If the engine
coolant temperature gauge indicates
overheating, immediately turn off the air
conditioning (if in use), pull off the road
and stop in a safe spot. Refer to “If
your vehicle overheats” on page 396 in
Section 4.
Avoid jerky starts or sudden acceleration.
Avoid jerky steering and sharp turns.
The trailer could hit your vehicle in a
tight turn. Slow down before making a
turn to avoid the necessity of sudden
braking.
Remember that when making a turn,
the trailer wheels will be closer than
the vehicle wheels to the inside of the
turn. Therefore, compensate for this by
making a larger than normal turning
radius with your vehicle.
Be careful when passing other vehicles. Passing requires considerable
distance. After passing a vehicle, do
not forget the length of your trailer and
be sure you have plenty of room before changing lanes.
In order to maintain engine braking efficiency, do not place the transmission
in “D”.
Always place wheel blocks under both
the vehicle and trailer wheels when
parking. Apply the parking brake firmly.
Put the transmission in “P”. Avoid parking on a slope with a trailer, but if it
cannot be avoided, do so only after
performing the following:
1. Apply the brakes and hold.
2. Have someone place wheel blocks under both the vehicle and trailer wheels.
3. When the wheel blocks are in place,
release your brakes slowly until the
blocks absorb the load.
4. Apply the parking brake firmly.
5. Shift into “P” and turn off the engine.
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How to save fuel and make
your vehicle last longer
When restarting out after parking on a
slope:
1. With the transmission in “P”, start the
engine. Be sure to keep the brake pedal depressed.
2. Shift into gear.
3. Release the parking brake and brake
pedal and slowly pull or back away
from the wheel blocks. Stop and apply
your brakes.
4. Have someone retrieve the blocks.
CAUTION
Do not exceed 72 km/h (45 mph) or
the posted towing speed limit,
whichever is lower. Because instability (swaying) of a towing vehicletrailer
combination
usually
increases as the speed increases, exceeding 72 km/h (45 mph) may
cause loss of control.
Slow down and downshift before
descending steep or long downhill
grades. Do not make sudden downshifts.
Avoid holding the brake pedal down
too long or too frequently. This
could cause the brakes to overheat
and result in reduced braking efficiency.
Improving fuel economy is easy—just take
it easy. It will help make your vehicle last
longer, too. Here are some specific tips
on how to save money on both fuel and
repairs:
Keep your tires inflated at the correct pressure. Underinflation causes
tire wear and wastes fuel. See page
447 in Section 7- 2 for instructions.
Do not carry unneeded weight in
your vehicle. Excess weight puts a
heavier load on the engine, causing
greater fuel consumption.
Avoid lengthy warm- up idling. Once
the engine is running smoothly, begin
driving—but gently. Remember, however, that on cold winter days this may
take a little longer.
Put the selector lever into the “D”
when engine braking is not required.
Driving with the selector lever in “4”
will reduce the fuel economy. (For details, see “Automatic transmission” on
page 177 in Section 1- 6.)
Accelerate
slowly and smoothly.
Avoid jackrabbit starts. Get into high
gear as quickly as possible.
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Avoid long engine idling. If you have
Keep the front wheels in proper
a long wait and you are not in traffic,
it is better to turn off the engine and
start again later.
alignment. Avoid hitting the curb and
slow down on rough roads. Improper
alignment not only causes faster tire
wear but also puts an extra load on
the engine, which, in turn, wastes fuel.
Avoid engine lugging or over- revving. Use a gear position suitable for
the road on which you are travelling.
Avoid continuous speeding up and
slowing down.
wastes fuel.
Stop- and- go
driving
Avoid
unnecessary stopping and
braking. Maintain a steady pace. Try
to time the traffic signals so you only
need to stop as little as possible or
take advantage of through streets to
avoid traffic lights. Keep a proper distance from other vehicles to avoid sudden braking. This will also reduce wear
on your brakes.
Avoid heavy traffic or traffic jams
whenever possible.
Do not rest your foot on the brake
pedal. This causes premature wear,
overheating and poor fuel economy.
Keep the bottom of your vehicle free
from mud, etc. This not only lessens
weight but also helps prevent corrosion.
CAUTION
Never turn off the engine to coast
down hills. Your power steering and
brake booster will not function without the engine running. Also, the
emission control system operates
properly only when the engine is running.
Keep your vehicle tuned- up and in
top shape. A dirty air cleaner, improper valve clearance, dirty plugs, dirty oil
and grease, brakes not adjusted, etc.
all lower engine performance and contribute to poor fuel economy. For longer
life of all parts and lower operating
costs, keep all maintenance work on
schedule, and if you often drive under
severe conditions, see that your vehicle
receives more frequent maintenance.
(For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the “Scheduled
Maintenance Guide” or “Owner’s Manual Supplement”.)
Maintain a moderate speed on highways. The faster you drive, the greater
the fuel consumption. By reducing your
speed, you will cut down on fuel consumption.
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SECTION
4
IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
In case of an emergency
If your vehicle will not start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If your engine stalls while driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If you cannot increase the engine speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If your vehicle overheats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If you have a flat tire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If your vehicle becomes stuck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If your vehicle needs to be towed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If you lose your keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If you lose your wireless remote control transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If you cannot shift automatic transmission selector lever . . . . . . . .
If you cannot operate back door opener . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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If your vehicle will not start—
(a) Simple checks
Before making these checks, make sure
you have followed the correct starting procedure given in “How to start the engine”
on page 380 in Section 3 and that you
have sufficient fuel. If your vehicle is
equipped with the engine immobiliser system, also check whether the other keys
will start the engine. If they work, your
key may be broken. Have the key
checked at your Toyota dealer. If none of
your keys work, the system is possibly
broken. Call your Toyota dealer. (See
“Keys (with engine immobiliser system)”
on page 10 in Section 1- 2.)
If the engine is not turning over or is
turning over too slowly—
1. Check that the battery terminals are
tight and clean.
2. If the battery terminals are O.K., switch
on the interior light.
3. If the light is out, dim or goes out
when the starter is cranked, the battery
is discharged. You may try jump starting. See “(c) Jump starting” on page
393 for further instructions.
(b) Starting a flooded engine
NOTICE
Do not pull- or push- start the vehicle. It may damage the vehicle or
cause a collision when the engine
starts. Also the three- way catalytic
converter may overheat and become a
fire hazard.
If the engine turns over at its normal
speed but will not start—
1. Turn the ignition key to “ACC” or
“LOCK” and try starting the engine
again.
2. If the engine will not start, the engine
may be flooded because of repeated
cranking. See “(b) Starting a flooded
engine” on page 392 for further instructions.
3. If the engine still will not start, it needs
adjustment or repair. Call a Toyota
dealer or qualified repair shop.
If the engine will not start, your engine
may be flooded because of repeated
cranking.
If this happens, turn the key to “START”
with the accelerator pedal held down.
Keep the key and accelerator pedal these
positions for 15 seconds and release
them. Then try starting the engine with
your foot off the accelerator pedal.
If the engine does not start after 15 seconds of cranking, release the key, wait
a few minutes and try again.
If the engine still will not start, it needs
adjustment or repair. Call a Toyota dealer
or qualified repair shop for assistance.
NOTICE
Do not crank for more than 30 seconds at a time. This may overheat
the starter and wiring systems.
If the light is O.K., but the engine still will
not start, it needs adjustment or repair.
Call a Toyota dealer or qualified repair
shop.
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(c) Jump starting
To avoid serious personal injury and
damage to your vehicle which might result from battery explosion, acid burns,
electrical burns, or damaged electronic
components, these instructions must be
followed precisely.
The gas normally produced by a
If you are unsure about how to follow this
procedure, we strongly recommend that
you seek the help of a competent mechanic or towing service.
Warning: Battery posts, terminals
CAUTION
battery will explode if a flame or
spark is brought near. Use only
standardized jumper cables and do
not smoke or light a match while
jump starting.
and related accessories contain lead
and lead compounds, chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer
and reproductive
harm. Wash hands after handling.
Batteries
contain
sulfuric
acid
which is poisonous and corrosive.
Wear protective safety glasses when
jump starting, and avoid spilling
acid on your skin, clothing, or vehicle.
If you should accidentally get acid
NOTICE
The battery used for boosting must
be 12 V. Do not jump start unless you
are sure that the booster battery is
correct.
JUMP STARTING PROCEDURE
1. If the booster battery is installed in
another vehicle, make sure the vehicles
are not touching. Turn off all unnecessary lights and accessories.
2. If required, remove all the vent plugs
from the booster and discharged batteries. Lay a cloth over the open vents
on the batteries. (This helps reduce the
explosion hazard, personal injuries and
burns.)
3. If the engine in the vehicle with the
booster battery is not running, start it
and let it run for a few minutes. During
jump starting, run the engine at about
2000 rpm with the accelerator pedal
lightly depressed.
on yourself or in your eyes, remove
any contaminated clothing and flush
the affected area with water immediately. Then get immediate medical
attention. If possible, continue to
apply water with a sponge or cloth
while en route to the medical office.
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Discharged battery
Jumper cable
Booster battery
Positive
terminal
(“+” mark)
Jumper cable
Discharged battery
Positive terminal
(“+” mark)
4. Make the cable connections in the order a, b, c, d.
a. Connect the clamp of the positive
(red) jumper cable to the positive (+)
terminal on the discharged battery.
b. Connect the clamp at the other end
of the positive (red) jumper cable to
the positive (+) terminal on the booster
battery.
Negative terminal
(“- ” mark)
Booster
battery
c. Connect the clamp of the negative
(black) jumper cable to the negative (- )
terminal on the booster battery.
d. Connect the clamp at the other end
of the negative (black) jumper cable to
a solid, stationary, unpainted, metallic
point of the vehicle with the discharged
battery.
The recommended connecting point is
shown in the following illustration:
Connecting point
Do not connect the cable to or near
any part that moves when the engine
is cranked.
CAUTION
When making the connections, to
avoid serious injury, do not lean over
the battery or accidentally let the
jumper cables or clamps touch anything except the correct battery terminals or the ground.
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If your engine stalls while
driving
If you cannot increase the
engine speed
5. Start your engine in the normal way.
After starting, run it at about 2000 rpm
for several minutes with the accelerator
pedal lightly depressed.
If your engine stalls while driving...
If the engine speed does not increase when
the accelerator pedal is depressed, there may
be a problem somewhere in your electronic
throttle control system.
6. Carefully disconnect the cables in the
exact reverse order: the negative cable
and then the positive cable.
2. Turn on your emergency flashers.
7. Carefully dispose of the battery cover
cloths—they may now contain sulfuric
acid.
8. If removed, replace all the battery vent
plugs.
If the cause of your battery discharging is
not apparent (for example, lights left on),
you should have it checked at your Toyota
dealer.
1. Reduce your speed gradually, keeping
a straight line. Move cautiously off the
road to a safe place.
3. Turn the ignition key to “ACC” or
“LOCK”, and try starting the engine
again.
If the engine will not start, see “If your
vehicle will not start” on page 392 in this
section.
CAUTION
If the engine is not running, the power assist for the brakes and steering
will not work so steering and braking
will be much harder than usual.
At this time, vibration may occur. However, if you depress the accelerator pedal
more firmly and slowly, you can drive your
vehicle at low speeds. Have your vehicle
checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as
possible.
Even if the abnormality of the electronic
throttle control system is corrected during
low speed driving, the system may not be
recovered until the engine is stopped and
the ignition key is turned to “ACC” or
“LOCK” position.
CAUTION
Be especially careful to prevent erroneous pedal operation.
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If your vehicle overheats
If your engine coolant temperature
gauge indicates overheating, if you experience a loss of power, or if you hear
a loud knocking or pinging noise, the
engine has probably overheated. You
should follow this procedure...
3. Look for obvious coolant leaks from the
radiator, hoses, and under the vehicle.
However, note that water draining from
the air conditioning is normal if it has
been used.
1. Pull safely off the road, stop the vehicle and turn on your emergency
flashers. Put the transmission in “P”
and apply the parking brake. Turn off
the air conditioning if it is being used.
CAUTION
2. If coolant or steam is boiling out of the
radiator or reservoir, stop the engine.
Wait until the steam subsides before
opening the hood. If there is no coolant
boiling over or steam, leave the engine
running and make sure the electric
cooling fan is operating. If it is not,
turn the ignition off.
6. After the engine coolant temperature
has cooled to normal, again check the
coolant level in the reservoir. If necessary, bring it up to half full again. Serious coolant loss indicates a leak in the
system. You should have it checked as
soon as possible at your Toyota dealer.
When the engine is running, keep
hands and clothing away from the
moving fan and engine drive belts.
4. If the coolant is leaking, stop the engine immediately. Call a Toyota dealer
for assistance.
5. If there are no obvious leaks, check
the coolant reservoir. If it is dry, add
coolant to the reservoir while the engine is running. Fill it about half full.
CAUTION
CAUTION
To help avoid personal injury, keep
the hood closed until there is no
steam. Escaping steam or coolant is
a sign of very high pressure.
Do not attempt to remove the radiator
cap when the engine and radiator are
hot. Serious injury could result from
scalding hot fluid and steam blown
out under pressure.
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If you have a flat tire—
—Standard tires information
—Run- flat tires information
1. Reduce your speed gradually, keeping
a straight line. Move cautiously off the
road to a safe place well away from
the traffic. Avoid stopping on the center
divider of a highway. Park on a level
spot with firm ground.
2. Stop the engine and
emergency flashers.
turn on
For details about the run- flat tire, see
“Run- flat tires” on page 453 in Section
7- 2.
Vehicles with compact spare tire—When
you replace the tire, see “—Compact
spare tire” through “—After changing
wheels”, pages 398 through 409 in this
section.
your
3. Firmly set the parking brake and put
the transmission in “P”.
CAUTION
4. Have everyone get out of the vehicle
on the side away from traffic.
5. Read the following instructions thoroughly.
NOTICE
Do not continue driving with a deflated tire. Driving even a short distance can damage a tire and wheel
beyond repair.
Some vehicles are equipped with runflat (RFT) tires. The run- frat tire allows
you to continue driving for up to 160
km (100 miles) at a speed below 90
km/h (55 mph) even if any tire goes
flat. However, in some conditions (such
as high temperatures), you could not
continue driving for up to 160 km (100
miles).
When the tire goes flat or when the tire
pressure is below 100 kPa (1.0 kgf/cm2
or bar, 15 psi), the tire must be replaced. If you are not sure, consult
your Toyota dealer. Do not use the repaired tire.
There is an “RFT” or “DSST” mark on the
sidewall of the run- flat tire.
As the run- flat tire allows you to
continue driving if any tire goes flat,
the tire performance is not the same
as normal condition. If the run- flat
tire goes flat, take your vehicle to the
nearest Toyota dealer or authorized
tire dealer as soon as possible, observing the following instructions:
Decelerate as soon as possible to
the lowest appropriate speed that
conditions permit. Do not drive for
longer than 160 km (100 miles) or
over 90 km/h (55 mph).
Avoid abrupt steering wheel maneuvering and braking. If the vehicle
tires deteriorate, you could lose
control of the steering wheel or the
brakes, causing death or serious injury.
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—Compact spare tire
The compact spare tire can be used many
times, if necessary. It has tread life of up
to 4800 km (3000 miles) depending on
road conditions and your driving habits.
When tread wear indicators appear on the
tire, replace the tire.
Do not replace or repair the tire by
yourself. When the tires must be
replaced or repaired, consult your
Toyota dealer or authorized tire
dealer.
See also the tire section on page 447 in
Section 7- 2 for details on the tread wear
indicators and other service information.
NOTICE
Take due care not to go over a
curb stone and be careful of holes
in the road because deflated tire
pressure affects tire cushion performance. The wheels, tires, body,
suspension and other components
could be damaged.
Your ground clearance is reduced if
the run- flat tire goes flat, so avoid
driving over obstacles and drive
slowly on rough, unpaved roads
and speed bumps. Also, do not attempt to go through an automatic
car wash as the vehicle may get
caught, resulting in damage.
CAUTION
The compact spare tire was deCompact spare tire
signed especially for your Toyota.
Do not use it on any other vehicle.
The compact spare tire is designed for
temporary emergency use only.
Do not use more than one compact
The compact spare tire is identified by the
distinctive wheel design and color and
special wording “TEMPORARY USE ONLY”
molded into the side wall of the tire.
The pressure for the compact spare
The compact spare tire saves space in
your luggage compartment, and its lighter
weight helps to improve fuel economy and
permits easier installation in case of a flat
tire.
spare tire at the same time.
tire must be 420 kPa (4.2 kgf/cm2
or bar, 60 psi).
Do not exceed 80 km/h (50 mph)
when driving
spare tire.
with
the
compact
The standard tire should be repaired and reinstalled as soon as
possible.
Avoid sudden acceleration, sudden
deceleration and sharp turns with
the compact spare tire.
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—Required tools and spare
tire (two- wheel drive models)
NOTICE
Your ground clearance is reduced
when the compact spare tire is
installed so avoid driving over obstacles and drive slowly on rough,
unpaved roads and speed bumps.
Also, do not attempt to go through an
automatic car wash as the vehicle
may get caught, resulting in damage.
1. Get the required tools and spare
tire.
1.
2.
3.
4.
To remove the tools, turn the knob counterclockwise and remove the cover.
Wheel nut wrench
Jack handle
Jack
Spare tire
To prepare yourself for an emergency, you
should familiarize yourself with the use of
the jack, each of the tools and their storage locations.
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To remove the jack, turn the jack joint by
hand until the jack becomes free.
To store the jack, turn the jack joint until
the jack base fits securely with the vehicle body.
This prevents the jack from flying forward
during a collision or sudden stop.
To remove the wheel nut wrench, turn the
wingnut counterclockwise.
When storing the wheel nut wrench, turn
the wingnut clockwise and make sure the
wrench is securely held.
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To remove the spare tire:
1. Slide the front passenger’s seat to the
front- most lock position and the right
side second seat to the rear- most lock
position so they will not interfere with
the wheel nut wrench.
Open the right side sliding door and
you will find the flap on the floor. Pull
back the flap to find the spare tire
clamp bolt.
2. Loosen the spare tire clamp bolt by
turning it counterclockwise with the
wheel nut wrench.
3. After the tire is lowered completely to
the ground, remove the holding bracket.
When storing the spare tire, put it in place
with the outer side of the wheel facing up.
Then secure the tire, taking care that the
tire goes straight up without catching on
any other part, to prevent it from flying
forward during a collision or sudden braking.
As the tire carrier is designed for the
compact spare tire, the standard tire cannot be stored there.
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—Required tools and spare
tire
(four- wheel drive models)
CAUTION
Do not remove the spare tire when
jacking up the vehicle. The tire carrier and the spare tire may interfere
with the jack and cause a serious
accident.
NOTICE
To secure spare tire clamp bolt:
Do not use impact wrench, but
wheel nut wrench.
After taking out or stowing the
spare tire, make sure to secure the
tire carrier by tightening the clamp
bolt to prevent the holding bracket
from hitting the under body of the
vehicle during driving.
1. Get the required tools and spare
tire.
Do not store the flat spare tire with
the tire carrier so it may not be
held securely.
To prepare yourself for an emergency, you
should familiarize yourself with the use of
the jack, each of the tools and their storage locations.
1.
2.
3.
4.
To remove the tools, turn the knob counterclockwise and remove the cover.
Wheel nut wrench
Jack handle
Jack
Spare tire
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To remove the jack, turn the jack joint by
hand until the jack becomes free.
To store the jack, turn the jack joint until
the jack base fits securely with the vehicle body.
This prevents the jack from flying forward
during a collision or sudden stop.
To remove the wheel nut wrench, turn the
wingnut counterclockwise.
When storing the wheel nut wrench, turn
the wingnut clockwise and make sure the
wrench is securely held.
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—Blocking the wheel
To remove the spare tire:
1. Remove the lid.
2. Loosen the nut and remove it.
3. Remove the spare tire cover.
4. Loosen the bolt, then remove the bolt
and spacer.
Then take the spare tire out of the vehicle.
When storing the spare tire, put it in place
with the outer side of the wheel facing up.
Then secure the tire by repeating the
above removal steps in reverse order to
prevent it from flying forward during a
collision or sudden braking.
2. Block the wheel diagonally opposite
the flat tire to keep the vehicle from
rolling when it is jacked up.
When blocking the wheel, place a wheel
block in front of one of the front wheels
or behind one of the rear wheels.
—Removing wheel ornament
(steel wheels)
3. Remove the wheel ornament.
Pry off the wheel ornament, using the
beveled end of the wheel nut wrench as
shown.
CAUTION
Do not try to pull off the ornament by
hand. Take due care in handling the
ornament to avoid unexpected personal injury.
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—Loosening wheel nuts
—Jacking up precaution
CAUTION
CAUTION
Never use oil or grease on the bolts
or nuts. The nuts may loose and the
wheels may fall off, which could cause a serious accident.
When jacking, be sure to observe the
following to reduce the possibility of
personal injury:
Follow jacking instructions.
Do not put any part of your body
under the vehicle supported by the
jack. Otherwise, personal injury may
occur.
Do not start or run the engine while
4. Loosen all the wheel nuts.
Always loosen the wheel nuts before raising the vehicle.
Turn the wheel nuts counterclockwise to
loosen. To get maximum leverage, fit the
wrench to the nut so that the handle is
on the right side, as shown above. Grab
the wrench near the end of the handle
and pull up on the handle. Be careful that
the wrench does not slip off the nut.
Do not remove the nuts yet—just unscrew
them about one- half turn.
your vehicle is supported by the
jack.
Stop the vehicle on a level firm
ground, firmly set the parking brake
and put the transmission in “P”.
Block the wheel diagonally opposite
to the one being changed if necessary.
Make sure to set the jack properly
in the jack point. Raising the vehicle with jack improperly positioned will damage the vehicle or
may allow the vehicle to fall off the
jack and cause personal injury.
Never get under the vehicle when
the vehicle is supported by the jack
alone.
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—Positioning the jack
—Raising your vehicle
5. Position the jack at the correct jack
point as shown.
6. After making sure that no one is in
the vehicle, raise it high enough so
that the spare tire can be installed.
Use the jack only for lifting your
vehicle during wheel changing.
Do not raise the vehicle with someone in the vehicle.
When raising the vehicle, do not
place any objects on top of or underneath the jack.
Raise the vehicle only high enough
to remove and change the tire.
When jacking up the vehicle, turn
off the power sliding door system
and the power back door system,
and close the sliding door and the
back door completely.
Make sure the jack is positioned on a
level and solid place.
Remember you will need more ground
clearance when putting on the spare tire
than when removing the flat tire.
To raise the vehicle, insert the jack handle
into the jack (it is a loose fit) and turn it
clockwise. As the jack touches the vehicle
and begins to lift, double- check that it is
properly positioned.
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—Changing wheels
CAUTION
Never get under the vehicle when the
vehicle is supported by the jack
alone.
7. Remove the wheel nuts and change
tires.
Lift the flat tire straight off and put it
aside.
Roll the spare wheel into position and
align the holes in the wheel with the bolts.
Then lift up the wheel and get at least the
top bolt started through its hole. Wiggle
the tire and press it back over the other
bolts.
Before putting on wheels, remove any corrosion on the mounting surfaces with a
wire brush or such. Installation of wheels
without good metal- to- metal contact at the
mounting surface can cause wheel nuts to
loosen and eventually cause a wheel to
come off while driving.
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—Reinstalling wheel nuts
—Lowering your vehicle
CAUTION
Never use oil or grease on the bolts
or nuts. Doing so may lead to overtightening the nuts and damaging the
bolts. The nuts may loose and the
wheels may fall off, which could cause a serious accident. If there is oil
or grease on any bolt or nut, clean
it.
8. Reinstall all the wheel nuts finger
tight.
9. Lower the vehicle completely and
tighten the wheel nuts.
Reinstall the wheel nuts (tapered end inward) and tighten them as much as you
can by hand. Press back on the tire and
see if you can tighten them more.
Turn the jack handle counterclockwise to
lower the vehicle.
Use only the wheel nut wrench to tighten
the nuts. Do not use other tools or any
additional leverage other than your hands,
such as a hammer, pipe or your foot.
Make sure the wrench is securely engaged over the nut.
Tighten each nut a little at a time in the
order shown. Repeat the process until all
the nuts are tight.
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—Reinstalling wheel ornament
(steel wheels)
11. Check the air pressure of the replaced tire.
CAUTION
Adjust the air pressure to the specification
designated on page 473 in Section 8. If
the pressure is lower, drive slowly to the
nearest service station and fill to the correct pressure.
When lowering the vehicle, make
sure all portions of your body and
all other persons around will not be
injured as the vehicle is lowered to
the ground.
Do not forget to reinstall the tire inflation
valve cap as dirt and moisture could get
into the valve core and possibly cause air
leakage. If the cap is missing, have a new
one put on as soon as possible.
Have the wheel nuts tightened with
torque wrench to 103 N·m (10.5
kgf·m, 76 ft·lbf), as soon as possible after changing wheels. Otherwise, the nuts may loosen and the
wheels may fall off, which could
cause a serious accident.
—After changing wheels
10. Reinstall the wheel ornament.
12. Restow all the tools and jack securely.
1. Put the wheel ornament into position.
Align the cutout of the wheel ornament
with the valve stem as shown.
2. Press hand firmly on one side of wheel
ornament and then firmly tap the other
side around the edge of wheel ornament with the heel of your hand to
snap into place.
CAUTION
Take due care in handling the ornament to avoid unexpected personal
injury.
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If your vehicle becomes stuck
CAUTION
Before driving, make sure all the
tools, jack and flat tire are securely
in place in their storage location to
reduce the possibility of personal injury during a collision or sudden
braking.
13. Wrap the flat tire in the tire bag and
stow temporarily in the luggage
compartment. The tire bag is stored
with the jack handle.
As the tire carrier is designed for the
compact spare tire, the standard tire cannot be stored there.
As soon after changing wheels as possible, tighten the wheel nuts to the torque
specified on page 473 in Section 8 with
a torque wrench. Have a technician repair
the flat tire and replace the spare tire with
it.
If your vehicle becomes stuck in snow,
mud, sand, etc., then you may attempt
to rock the vehicle free by moving it
forward and backward.
Vehicles with traction control system
(two- wheel drive models)—Turn off the
traction control system to become unstuck to allow the tires to spin enough
to remove the vehicle from the obstruction. (For details, see “Traction control
system (two- wheel drive models)” on
page 180 in Section 1- 6.)
CAUTION
Do not attempt to rock the vehicle
free by moving it forward and backward if people or objects are anywhere near the vehicle. During the
rocking operation the vehicle may
suddenly move forward or backward
as it becomes unstuck, causing injury
or damage to nearby people or objects.
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If your vehicle needs to be
towed—
NOTICE
If you rock your vehicle, observe the
following precautions to prevent damage to the transmission and other
parts.
Do not depress the accelerator pedal while shifting the selector lever
or before the transmission is completely shifted to forward or reverse
gear.
(a) Towing with wheel lift type truck—
(a) Towing with wheel lift type truck—
—From front
—From front
—From rear
—From rear
Do not race the engine and avoid
spinning the wheels.
If your vehicle remains stuck after
rocking the vehicle several times,
consider other ways such as towing.
(b) Using flat bed truck
(b) Using flat bed truck
Two- wheel drive models
Four- wheel drive models
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If towing is necessary, we recommend
you to have it done by your Toyota
dealer or a commercial tow truck service. In consultation with them, have
your vehicle towed using either (a) or
(b).
TOWING PRECAUTIONS:
Proper equipment will help ensure that
your vehicle is not damaged while being
towed. Commercial operators are generally
aware of the state/provincial and local
laws pertaining to towing.
Two- wheel drive models—
Your vehicle can be damaged if it is
towed incorrectly. Although most operators
know the correct procedure, it is possible
to make a mistake. To avoid damage to
your vehicle, make sure the following precautions are observed. If necessary, show
this page to the tow truck driver.
Use a safety chain system for all towing,
and abide by the state/provincial and local
laws. The wheels and axle on the ground
must be in good condition. If they are
damaged, use a towing dolly.
(a) Towing with wheel lift type truck
From front—
Release the parking brake.
NOTICE
Never tow a vehicle with an automatic
transmission from the rear with the
front wheels on the ground, as this
may cause serious damage to the
transmission.
(b) Using flat bed truck
Four- wheel drive models—
(a) Towing with wheel lift type truck
NOTICE
When lifting wheels, take care to ensure adequate ground clearance for
towing at the opposite end of the
raised vehicle. Otherwise, the bumper
and/or underbody of the towed vehicle
will be damaged during towing.
Use a towing dolly under the wheels not
lifted by the truck.
(b) Using flat bed truck
From rear—
Use a towing dolly under the front wheels.
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If you lose your keys
(c) Towing with sling
type truck
You can purchase a new key at your
Toyota dealer if you can give them the
key number. If your vehicle is equipped
with the engine immobiliser system, the
dealer will also need your master key.
Vehicles with engine immobiliser system—
Even if you lose only one key, contact
your Toyota dealer to make a new key. If
you lose all your master keys, you cannot
make new keys; the whole engine immobiliser system must be replaced.
See the suggestion given in “Keys” on
page 10 in Section 1- 2.
All models—
(c) Towing with sling type truck
NOTICE
Do not tow with sling type truck, either from the front or rear. This may
cause body damage.
If your keys are locked in the vehicle and
you cannot get a duplicate, many Toyota
dealers can still open the door for you,
using their special tools. If you must
break a window to get in, we suggest
breaking the smallest side window because it is the least expensive to replace.
Be extremely cautious to avoid cuts from
the glass.
If you lose your wireless
remote control transmitter
Please contact your nearest Toyota
dealer and you can purchase a new
wireless remote control transmitter.
Have the registered identification numbers
of your transmitters deleted from your vehicle by your Toyota dealer as soon as
possible to avoid the possibility of theft or
an accident. Then, have the identification
number of your new transmitter registered.
At the same time, you must bring all of
the remaining transmitters to have them
registered again as well.
You can use the wireless remote control
system with the new transmitter. Contact
your Toyota dealer for detailed information.
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If you cannot shift automatic
transmission selector lever
If you cannot operate back
door opener
If you cannot shift the selector lever
out of “P” position to other positions
even though the brake pedal is depressed, use the shift lock override button as follows:
3. Insert your finger into the
push down the shift lock
button. You can shift out
position only while pushing
ton.
1. Turn the ignition key to
position. Make sure the
brake is applied.
4. Shift into “N” position.
“LOCK”
parking
2. Pry up the cover with a flat- bladed
screwdriver or equivalent.
hole to
override
of “P”
the but-
5. Insert the cover.
If the back door opener does not operate, you can open the back door from
the inside.
To open the back door from inside, perform the following procedure.
1. Remove the cover on the back door
trim.
6. Start the engine. For your safety,
keep the brake pedal depressed.
Be sure to have the system checked by
your Toyota dealer as soon as possible.
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2. Pull the lever with the back door motor,
open the back door.
Be sure to have the back door opener
checked/repaired by your Toyota dealer.
Without power back door system
With power back door system
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SECTION
5
CORROSION PREVENTION AND
APPEARANCE CARE
Corrosion prevention and appearance care
Protecting your Toyota from corrosion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 418
Washing and waxing your Toyota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 419
Cleaning the interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 421
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Protecting your Toyota from
corrosion
Toyota, through the diligent research, design and use of the most advanced
technology available, helps prevent corrosion and provides you with the finest quality vehicle construction. Now, it is up to
you. Proper care of your Toyota can help
ensure long- term corrosion prevention.
The most common causes of corrosion
to your vehicle are:
The accumulation of road salt, dirt and
moisture in hard- to- reach areas under
the vehicle.
Chipping
of paint, or undercoating
caused by minor accidents or by
stones and gravel.
Care is especially important if you live
in particular areas or operate your vehicle under certain environmental conditions:
Road salt or dust control chemicals will
accelerate corrosion, as will the presence of salt in the air near the seacoast or in areas of industrial pollution.
High humidity accelerates corrosion especially when temperatures range just
above the freezing point.
Wetness or dampness to certain parts
High pressure water or steam is effec-
of your vehicle for an extended period
of time, may cause corrosion even
though other parts of the vehicle may
be dry.
tive for cleaning the vehicle’s underside
and wheel housings. Pay particular
attention to these areas as it is difficult
to see all the mud and dirt. It will do
more harm than good to simply wet the
mud and debris without removing. The
lower edge of doors, rocker panels and
frame members have drain holes which
should not be allowed to clog with dirt
as trapped water in these areas can
cause corrosion.
High ambient temperatures can cause
corrosion to those components of the
vehicle which do not dry quickly due to
lack of proper ventilation.
The above signifies the necessity to keep
your vehicle, particularly the underside, as
clean as possible and to repair any damage to paint or protective coatings as
soon as possible.
Wash the underside of the vehicle thoroughly when winter is over.
your
See “Washing and waxing your Toyota” on
page 419 in this section for more tips.
Wash your vehicle frequently. It is, of
course, necessary to keep your vehicle
clean by regular washing, but to prevent
corrosion, the following points should be
observed:
Check the condition of your vehicle’s
paint and trim. If you find any chips or
scratches in the paint, touch them up immediately to prevent corrosion from starting. If the chips or scratches have gone
through the bare metal, have a qualified
body shop make the repair.
To help prevent corrosion on
Toyota, follow these guidelines:
If you drive on salted roads in the
winter or if you live near the ocean,
you should hose off the undercarriage
at least once a month to minimize corrosion.
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Washing and waxing your
Toyota
Check the interior of your vehicle. Water and dirt can accumulate under the
floor mats and could cause corrosion. Occasionally check under the mats to make
sure the area is dry. Be particularly careful when transporting chemicals, cleansers, fertilizers, salt, e tc.; these should be
transported in proper containers. If a spill
or leak should occur, immediately clean
and dry the area.
Use mud shields on your wheels. If you
drive on salted or gravel roads, mud
shields help protect your vehicle. Full- size
shields, which come as near to the ground
as possible, are the best. We recommend
that the fittings and the area where the
shields are installed be treated to resist
corrosion. Your Toyota dealer will be
happy to assist in supplying and installing
the shields if they are recommended for
your area.
Keep your vehicle in a well ventilated
garage or a roofed place. Do not park
your vehicle in a damp, poorly ventilated garage. If you wash your vehicle in
the garage, or if you drive it covered with
water or snow, your garage may be so
damp and it will cause corrosion. Even if
your garage is heated, a wet vehicle can
corrode if the ventilation is poor.
Washing your Toyota
Keep your
washing.
vehicle
clean
by
regular
The following cases may cause weakness
to the paint or corrosion to the body and
parts. Wash your vehicle as soon as possible.
When driving in a coastal area
When driving on a road sprinkled with
antifreeze
When having coal tar, tree sap, bird
droppings and carcass of an insect
When driving in the areas where there
is a lot of smoke, soot, dust, iron dust
and chemical substances
1. Rinse off loose dirt with a hose. Remove any mud or road salt from the
underside of the vehicle or in the
wheel wells.
2. Wash with a mild car- wash soap,
mixed according to the manufacturer’s
instructions. Use a soft cotton mitt and
keep it wet by dipping it frequently into
the wash water. Do not rub hard—let
the soap and water remove the dirt.
Fuel filler door: Do not apply water (highpressure car wash, for example) at or
near the fuel tank inlet with the fuel filler
door opened. If the water enters the air
vent, you may experience trouble with refueling or rough engine idling.
Work in the shade and wait until the
vehicle body is not hot to the touch.
Plastic wheel ornaments: The plastic
wheel ornaments are damaged easily by
organic substances. If any organic substances splashes an ornament, be sure to
wash it off with water and check if the
ornament is damaged.
CAUTION
CAUTION
When cleaning under floor or chassis,
be careful not to injure your hands.
Do not attach the heavily damaged
plastic wheel ornament. It may fly off
the wheel and cause accidents while
the vehicle is moving.
When the vehicle becomes remarkably
dirty with dust and mud
Hand- washing your Toyota
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Aluminum wheels: Use only a mild soap
or neutral detergent.
Plastic bumpers: Wash carefully. Do not
scrub with abrasive cleaners. The bumper
faces are soft.
Road tar: Remove with turpentine or
cleaners that are marked safe for painted
surfaces.
NOTICE
Do not use organic substances (gasoline, kerosene, benzine or strong solvents), which may be toxic or cause
damage.
3. Rinse
thoroughly—dried
soap
can
cause streaking. In hot weather you
may need to rinse each section right
after you wash it.
4. To prevent water spots, dry the vehicle
using a clean soft cotton towel. Do not
rub or press hard—you might scratch
the paint.
Automatic car wash
Waxing your Toyota
Your vehicle may be washed in an automatic car wash, but remember that the
paint can be scratched by some types of
brushes, unfiltered washing water, or the
washing process itself. Scratching reduces
paint durability and gloss, especially on
darker colors. The manager of the car
wash should be able to advise you whether the process is safe for the paint on
your vehicle.
Polishing and waxing is recommended
to maintain the original beauty of your
Toyota’s finish.
NOTICE
With mast type antenna:
To prevent damage to the antenna,
make sure it is removed before
driving your Toyota through an automatic car wash.
When your vehicle goes through an
automatic car wash, make sure the
power sliding door and power back
door system are off.
Apply wax once a month or if the vehicle
surface does not repel water well.
1. Always wash and dry the vehicle before you begin waxing, even if you are
using a combined cleaner and wax.
2. Use a good quality polish and wax. If
the finish has become extremely weathered, use a car- cleaning polish, followed by a separate wax. Carefully follow the manufacturer’s instructions and
precautions. Be sure to polish and wax
the chrome trim as well as the paint.
3. Wax the vehicle again when water
does not bead but remains on the surface in large patches.
NOTICE
Always remove the plastic bumpers if
your vehicle is re- painted and placed
in a high heat paint waxing booth.
High temperatures could damage the
bumpers.
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Cleaning the interior
CAUTION
Vehicles with side airbags and curtain shield airbags:
Be careful not to splash water or
spill liquid on the floor. This may
prevent the side airbag and curtain
shield airbag from activating correctly, resulting in serious injury.
Do not wash the vehicle floor with
water, or allow water to get onto
the floor when cleaning the vehicle
interior or exterior. Water may get
into audio components or other
electrical components above or under the floor carpet (or mat) and
cause a malfunction; and it may
cause body corrosion.
Vinyl interior
Carpets
The vinyl upholstery may be easily
cleaned with a mild soap or detergent
and water.
Use a good foam- type
clean the carpets.
First vacuum over the upholstery to remove loose dirt. Then, using a sponge or
soft cloth, apply the soap solution to the
vinyl. After allowing it to soak in for a few
minutes to loosen the dirt, remove the dirt
and wipe off the soap with a clean damp
cloth. If all the dirt do not come off, repeat the procedure. Commercial foamingtype vinyl cleaners are also available
which work well. Follow the manufacturer’s
instructions.
NOTICE
Do not use solvent, thinner, gasoline
or window cleaner on the interior.
shampoo
to
Begin by vacuuming thoroughly to remove
as much dirt as possible. Several types of
foam cleaners are available; some are in
aerosol can sand others are powders or
liquids which you mix with water to produce a foam. To shampoo the carpets,
use a sponge or brush to apply the foam.
Rub in overlapping circles.
Do not apply water—the best results are
obtained by keeping the carpet as dry as
possible. Read the shampoo instructions
and follow them closely.
Seat belts
The seat belts may be cleaned with
mild soap and water or with l ukewarm
water.
Use a cloth or sponge. As you are cleaning, check the belts for excessive wear,
fraying, or cuts.
NOTICE
Do not use dye or bleach on the
belts—it may weaken them.
Do not use the belts until they become dry.
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Windows
The windows may be cleaned with any
household window cleaner.
NOTICE
When cleaning the inside of the rear
window, be careful not to scratch or
damage the heater wires or connectors.
Air conditioning control panel, car audio, instrument panel, c onsole panel,
and switches
Use a soft damp cloth for cleaning.
Soak a clean soft cloth in water or lukewarm water then lightly w ipe off dirt.
NOTICE
Do not use organic substances (solvents, kerosene, alcohol, g asoline,
etc.) or alkaline or acidic solutions.
These chemicals can cause discoloring, staining or peeling of the
surface.
If you use a liquid car freshener, do
not spill the liquid onto the vehicle’s interior surfaces. It may contain the ingredients mentioned a bove. Immediately clean any spill
using the method mentioned above.
Leather Interior
The leather upholstery may be cleaned
with neutral detergent for wool.
Remove dirt using a soft cloth dampened
with 5% solution of neutral detergent for
wool. Then thoroughly wipe off all traces
of detergent with a clean damp cloth.
After cleaning or whenever any part of the
leather gets wet, dry with a soft clean
cloth. Allow the leather to dry in a ventilated shaded area.
NOTICE
If a stain should fail to come out
with a neutral detergent, apply a
cleaner that does not contain an
organic solvent.
Never use organic substances such
as benzine, alcohol or gasoline, o r
alkaline or acid solutions for cleaning
the
leather
as
these
could c ause discoloring.
Use of a nylon brush or synthetic
fiber cloth, etc. may scratch the
fine grained surface of the leather.
Mildew may develop on soiled leather upholstery. Be especially careful
to avoid oil spots. Try to keep your
upholstery always clean.
Long exposure to direct sunlight
may cause the leather surface to
harden and shrink. Keep your vehicle in a shaded area, especially in
the summer.
If you use cleaners or polishing
agents, make sure their ingredients
do not include the substances mentioned above.
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The interior of your vehicle is apt
to heat up on hot summer days, so
avoid placing on the upholstery
items made of vinyl or plastic or
containing wax as these tend to
stick to leather when warm.
Improper cleaning of the leather upholstery could result in discoloration or staining.
If you have any questions about the
cleaning of your Toyota, your local
Toyota dealer will be pleased to answer
them.
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SECTION
6
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND CARE
Vehicle maintenance and care
Maintenance requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Does your vehicle need repairing? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Emissions Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) programs . . . . . . . . .
426
427
429
430
For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the “Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or “Owner’s Manual Supplement”.
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Maintenance requirements
Your Toyota vehicle has been designed for
fewer maintenance requirements with longer service intervals to save both your time
and money. However, each regular maintenance, as well as day- to- day care, is
more important than ever before to ensure
smooth, trouble- free, safe, and economical
drivings.
It is the owner’s responsibility to make
sure the specified maintenance, including
general maintenance service, is performed.
Note that both the new vehicle and emission control system warranties specify that
proper maintenance and care must be performed. See “Owner’s Warranty Information Booklet” or “Owner’s Manual Supplement” for complete warranty information.
General maintenance
General maintenance items are those dayto- day care practices that are important to
your vehicle for proper operation. It is the
owner’s responsibility to insure that the
general maintenance items are performed
regularly.
These checks or inspections can be done
either by yourself or a qualified technician,
or if you prefer, your Toyota dealer will be
pleased to do them at a nominal cost.
Scheduled maintenance
Where to go for service?
The scheduled maintenance items listed in
the “Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or
“Owner’s Manual Supplement” are those
required to be serviced at regular intervals.
Toyota technicians are well- trained specialists and are kept up to date with the
latest service information through technical
bulletins, service tips, and in- dealership
training programs. They learn to work on
Toyotas before they work on your vehicle,
rather than while they are working on it.
For details of your maintenance schedule,
read the “Scheduled Maintenance Guide”
or “Owner’s Manual Supplement”.
It is recommended that any replacement
parts used for maintenance or for the
repair of the emission control system
be Toyota supplied.
You can be confident that your Toyota
dealer’s service department performs the
best job to meet the maintenance requirements on your vehicle—reliably and economically.
The owner may elect to use non- Toyota
supplied parts for replacement purposes without invalidating the emission
control system warranty. However, use
of replacement parts which are not of
equivalent quality may impair the effectiveness of the emission control systems.
Your copy of the repair order is proof that
all required maintenance has been performed for warranty coverage. If any problems should arise with your vehicle while
under warranty, your Toyota dealer will
promptly take care of it. Again, be sure
to keep a copy of the repair order for any
service performed on your Toyota.
You may also elect to have maintenance, replacement, or repair of the
emission control devices and system
performed by any automotive repair establishment or individual without invalidating this warranty. See “Owner’s Warranty Information Booklet” or “Owner’s
Manual Supplement” for complete warranty information.
What about do- it- yourself maintenance?
Many of the maintenance items are easy
to do yourself if you have a little mechanical ability and a few basic automotive
tools. Simple instructions for how to perform them are presented on page 431 in
Section 7.
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General maintenance
If you are a skilled do- it- yourself mechanic, the Toyota service manuals are recommended. Please be aware that do- it- yourself maintenance can affect your warranty
coverage. See “Owner’s Warranty Information Booklet” or “Owner’s Manual Supplement” for the details.
Listed below are the general maintenance
items that should be performed as frequently as specified. In addition to checking the items listed, if you notice any
unusual noise, smell or vibration, you
should investigate the cause or take your
vehicle to your Toyota dealer or a qualified service shop immediately. It is recommended that any problem you notice be
brought to the attention of your dealer or
the qualified service shop for their advice.
CAUTION
Make these checks only with adequate ventilation if you run the engine.
OUTSIDE THE VEHICLE
Items listed below should be performed
from time to time, unless otherwise
specified.
Tire pressure
Check the pressure with a gauge every
two weeks, or at least once a month. See
page 447 in Section 7- 2 for additional
information.
Tire surface and wheel nuts
Check the tires carefully for cuts, damage
or excessive wear. See page 448 in Section 7- 2 for additional information. When
checking the tires, make sure no nuts are
missing, and check the nuts for looseness. Tighten them if necessary.
Tire rotation
Rotate the tires according to the maintenance schedule. (For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the
“Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or “Owner’s Manual Supplement”.) See page 450
in Section 7- 2 for additional information.
Fluid leaks
Check underneath for leaking fuel, oil, water or other fluid after the vehicle has
been parked for a while. If you smell fuel
fumes or notice any leak, have the cause
found and corrected immediately.
Doors and engine hood
Check that all the doors including back
door operate smoothly and all latches lock
securely. Make sure the engine hood secondary latch secures the hood from opening when the primary latch is released.
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INSIDE THE VEHICLE
Items listed below should be checked
regularly, e.g. while performing periodic
services, cleaning the vehicle, etc.
Lights
Make sure the headlights, stop lights, tail
lights, turn signal lights, and other lights
are all working. Check headlight aim.
Service reminder indicators and warning
buzzers
Check that all service reminder indicators
and warning buzzers function properly.
Steering wheel
Be alert for changes in steering condition,
such as hard steering or strange noise.
Seats
Check that all seat controls such as seat
adjusters, seatback recliner, etc. operate
smoothly and that all latches lock securely
in any position. Check that the head restraints move up and down smoothly and
that the locks hold securely in any latched
position. For folding- down rear seatbacks
and detachable second seats, check that
the latches lock securely.
Seat belts
Check that the seat belt system such as
buckles, retractors and anchors operate
properly and smoothly. Make sure the belt
webbing is not cut, frayed, worn or damaged.
Accelerator pedal
Check the pedal for smooth operation and
uneven pedal effort or catching.
Brake pedal
Check the pedal for smooth operation and
that the pedal has the proper clearance.
Check the brake booster function.
Brakes
At a safe place, check that the brakes do
not pull to one side when applied.
Parking brake
Check that the pedal has the proper travel
and that, on a safe incline, your vehicle
is held securely with only the parking
brake applied.
Automatic transmission “Park” mechanism
On a safe incline, check that your vehicle
is held securely with the selector lever in
“P” position and all brakes released.
IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT
Items listed below should be checked
from time to time, e.g. each time when
refueling.
Washer fluid
Make sure there is sufficient fluid in the
tank. See page 461 in Section 7- 3 for
additional information.
Engine coolant level
Make sure the coolant level is between
the “FULL” and “LOW” lines on the seethrough reservoir when the engine is cold.
See page 442 in Section 7- 2 for additional information.
Radiator, condenser and hoses
Check that the front of the radiator and
condenser are clean and not blocked with
leaves, dirt, or insects. See page 444 in
Section 7- 2 for additional information.
Battery electrolyte level
Your Toyota has a maintenance free battery. You do not have to add distilled water. For longer life of the battery, however,
see page 458 in Section 7- 3 for additional
information.
Brake fluid level
Make sure the brake fluid level is correct.
See page 446 in Section 7- 2 for additional information.
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Does your vehicle need
repairing?
Engine oil level
Check the level on the dipstick with the
engine turned off and the vehicle parked
on a level spot. See page 440 in Section
7- 2 for additional information.
Power steering fluid level
Check the level through the reservoir. The
level should be in the “HOT” or “COLD”
range depending on the fluid temperature.
See page 446 in Section 7- 2 for additional information.
Exhaust system
If you notice any change in the sound of
the exhaust or smell exhaust fumes, have
the cause located and corrected immediately. (See “Engine exhaust cautions” on
page 368 in Section 2.)
Be on the alert for changes in performance, sounds, and visual tip- offs that
indicate service is needed. Some important clues are as follows:
Engine missing, stumbling, or pinging
Appreciable loss of power
Strange engine noises
A leak under the vehicle (however, water dripping from the air conditioning
after use is normal.)
If you notice any of these clues, take your
vehicle to your Toyota dealer as soon as
possible. It probably needs adjustment or
repair.
CAUTION
Do not continue driving with the vehicle unchecked. It could result in serious vehicle damage and possibly
personal injury.
Change in exhaust sound (This may
indicate a dangerous carbon monoxide
leak. Drive with the windows open and
have the exhaust system checked immediately.)
Flat- looking tire; excessive tire squeal
when cornering; uneven tire wear
Vehicle pulls to one side when driving
straight on a level road
Strange noises related to suspension
movement
Loss of brake effectiveness; spongy
feeling brake pedal; pedal almost
touches floor; vehicle pulls to one side
when braking
Engine coolant temperature continually
higher than normal
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Emissions Inspection and
Maintenance (I/M) programs
Some states have vehicle emission inspection programs which include OBD
(On- Board Diagnostics) checks.
The OBD system monitors the operation
of the emission control system. When the
OBD system determines that a problem
exists somewhere in the emission control
system, the malfunction indicator lamp
comes on. In this case, your vehicle may
not pass the I/M test and need to be
repaired. Contact your Toyota dealer to
service the vehicle.
Even
does
pass
have
The malfunction indicator lamp will go off
after taking several driving trips, but the
error code in the OBD system will not be
cleared unless about 40 trips or more are
taken.
If your vehicle does not pass the I/M test
even the malfunction indicator lamp does
not come on, contact your Toyota dealer
to prepare the vehicle for re- testing.
if the malfunction indicator lamp
not come on, your vehicle may not
the I/M test as readiness codes
not been set in the OBD system.
Readiness codes are automatically set
during ordinary driving. However, when the
battery is disconnected or run down, the
codes are erased. Also, depending on
your driving habits, the codes may not be
completely set.
Also, if the malfunction indicator lamp had
come on recently due to temporary malfunction such as a loose fuel tank cap,
your vehicle may not pass the I/M test.
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SECTION
7- 1
DO- IT- YOURSELF MAINTENANCE
Introduction
Engine compartment overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuse locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Do- it- yourself service precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Positioning the jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parts and tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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433
434
435
437
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Engine compartment overview
1. Power steering fluid reservoir
2. Windshield and rear window washer
fluid tank
3. Engine oil level dipstick
4. Engine coolant reservoir
5. Engine oil filler cap
6. Brake fluid reservoir
7. Fuse block
8. Battery
9. Electric cooling fans
10. Condenser
11. Radiator
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Fuse locations
Spare fuses
Spare
fuses
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Do- it- yourself service
precautions
If you perform maintenance by yourself,
be sure to follow the correct procedure
given in this section.
You should be aware that improper or incomplete servicing may result in operating
problems.
Performing
do- it- yourself
maintenance
during the warranty period may affect your
warranty coverage. Read the separate
Toyota Warranty statement for details and
suggestions.
CAUTION
When the engine is running, keep
hands, clothing, and tools away
from the moving fan and engine
drive
belts.
(Removing
rings,
watches, and ties is advisable.)
Right
after driving, the engine
compartment—the engine, radiator,
exhaust manifold and spark plug
boots, etc.—will be hot. So be careful not to touch them. Oil, fluids
and spark plugs may also be hot.
This section gives instructions only for
those items that are relatively easy for an
owner to perform. As explained in Section
6, there are still a number of items that
must be done by a qualified technician
with special tools.
If the engine is hot, do not remove
For information on tools and Sections for
do- it- yourself maintenance, see “Parts
and tools” on page 437 in this section.
low open flames around fuel or the
battery. Their fumes are flammable.
Utmost care
ing on your
injury. Here
you should
serve:
should be taken when workvehicle to prevent accidental
are a few precautions that
be especially careful to ob-
the radiator cap or loosen the drain
plugs to prevent burning yourself.
Do not smoke, cause sparks or al Do not get under your vehicle with
just the body jack supporting it. Always use automotive jack stands or
other solid supports.
Be sure that the ignition is off if
you work near the electric cooling
fans or radiator grille. With the
ignition on, the electric cooling fans
will automatically start to run if the
engine coolant temperature is high
and/or the air conditioning is on.
Use eye protection whenever you
work on or under your vehicle
where you may be exposed to flying
or falling material, fluid spray, etc.
Used engine oil contains potentially
harmful contaminants which may
cause skin disorders such as inflammation or skin cancer, so care
should be taken to avoid prolonged
and repeated contact with it. To remove used engine oil from your
skin, wash thoroughly with soap
and water.
Do not leave used oil within the
reach of children.
Dispose of used oil and filter only
in a safe and acceptable manner.
Do not dispose of used oil and filter in household trash, in sewers or
onto the ground. Call your dealer or
a service station for information
concerning recycling or disposal.
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Positioning the jack
Be extremely cautious when working on the battery. It contains poisonous and corrosive sulfuric acid.
Warning: Battery posts, terminals
and related accessories contain lead
and lead compounds, chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer
and reproductive
harm. Wash hands after handling.
NOTICE
Remember that battery and ignition
cables carry high currents or voltages. Be careful of accidentally
causing a short circuit.
Do not reuse iridium- tipped spark
plugs by cleaning or regapping.
Do not overfill automatic transmission fluid and power steering fluid,
or the transmission and power
steering could be damaged.
Do not drive with the air cleaner
filter removed, or excessive engine
wear could result. Also backfiring
could cause a fire in the engine
compartment.
Be careful not to scratch the glass
surface with the wiper frame.
Front
When closing the engine hood,
check to see that you have not forgotten any tools, rags, etc.
Add only demineralized or distilled
water to fill the radiator. And if you
spill some of the coolant, be sure
to wash off with water to prevent it
from damaging the parts or paint.
Do not allow dirt or anything else
to fall through the spark plug holes.
Use only spark plugs of the specified type. Using other types will
cause engine damage, loss of performance or radio noise.
Rear (two- wheel drive models)
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CAUTION
Do not raise the vehicle with someone in the vehicle.
When jacking, be sure to observe the
following to reduce the possibility of
personal injury:
Follow jacking instructions.
Do not put any part of your body
under the vehicle supported by the
jack. Personal injury may occur.
Do not start or run the engine while
Rear (four- wheel drive models)
When jacking up your vehicle with the
jack, position the jack correctly as
shown in the illustrations.
When raising the vehicle, do not
place any objects on top of or underneath the jack.
NOTICE
Make sure to place the jack correctly,
or your vehicle may be damaged.
your vehicle is supported by the
jack.
Stop the vehicle on a level firm
ground, firmly set the parking brake
and put the transmission in “P”.
Block the wheels on the opposite
side of the jack up point if necessary.
Make sure to set the jack properly
in the jack point. Raising the vehicle with jack improperly positioned will damage the vehicle or
may allow the vehicle to fall off the
jack and cause personal injury.
Never get under the vehicle when
the vehicle is supported by the jack
alone; use vehicle support stands.
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Parts and tools
Here is a list of parts and tools you will
need to perform do- it- yourself maintenance. Remember all Toyota parts are designed in metric sizes, so your tools must
be metric.
CHECKING BRAKE FLUID
CHECKING AND REPLACING FUSES
Parts (if level is low):
Parts (if replacement is necessary):
SAE J1703 or FMVSS No.116 DOT 3
Genuine Toyota fuse or equivalent with
CHECKING THE ENGINE OIL LEVEL
Tools:
ADDING WASHER FLUID
Rag or paper towel
Funnel (only for adding fluid)
Parts:
Parts (if level is low):
“Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” or equiva-
brake fluid
same amperage rating as original
lent
CHECKING POWER STEERING FLUID
See page 440 in Section 7- 2 for details about engine oil selection.
Parts (if level is low):
Rag or paper towel
Funnel (only for adding oil)
CHECKING
LEVEL
THE
ENGINE
COOLANT
Parts (if level is low):
“Toyota Genuine Long Life Coolant” or
equivalent
See page 442 in Section 7- 2 for details about coolant type selection.
Demineralized or distilled water
Tools:
winter use)
Automatic
transmission
DEXRONII or III
Tools:
Water
Washer fluid containing antifreeze (for
fluid
Tools:
Funnel
Tools:
REPLACING LIGHT BULBS
Rag or paper towel
Funnel (only for adding fluid)
Parts:
Bulb with same number and wattage
CHECKING BATTERY CONDITION
Tools:
rating as original (See charts in
“Replacing light bulbs” on page 462 in
Section 7- 3.)
Warm water
Tools:
Baking soda
Screwdriver
Wrench
Grease
Conventional
clamp bolts)
wrench
(for
terminal
Funnel (only for adding coolant)
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SECTION
7- 2
DO- IT- YOURSELF MAINTENANCE
Engine and Chassis
Checking the engine oil level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the engine coolant level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the radiator and condenser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking and replacing the air conditioning filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking brake fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking power steering fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking tire pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking and replacing tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rotating tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing snow tires and chains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Run- flat tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aluminum wheel precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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442
444
444
446
446
447
448
450
450
452
453
455
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Checking the engine oil level
CAUTION
Low level
Full level
Be careful not to touch the hot exhaust manifold.
NOTICE
Be careful not to drop the engine oil
on the vehicle components.
Add oil
O.K.
NOTICE
Be careful not to spill the engine
oil on the vehicle components.
Avoid overfilling, or
could be damaged.
the
engine
Check the oil level on the dipstick
once again after adding the oil.
Too full
With the engine at operating temperature and turned off, check the oil level
on the dipstick.
1. To get a true reading, the vehicle
should be on a level ground. After turning off the engine, wait a few minutes
for the oil to drain back into the bottom
of the engine.
2. Pull the dipstick out, hold a rag under
the end and wipe it clean.
3. Reinsert the dipstick—push it in as far
as it will go, or the reading will not be
correct.
If the oil level is below or only slightly
above the low level, add engine oil of
the same type as already in the engine.
Remove the oil filler cap and add engine
oil in small quantities at a time, checking
the dipstick. We recommend that you use
a funnel when adding oil.
The approximate quantity of oil needed to
fill between the low level and the full level
on the dipstick is indicated below for reference.
When the level reaches within the correct
range, install the filler cap hand- tight.
Oil quantity, L (qt., lmp. qt.):
1.5 (1.6, 1.3)
4. Pull the dipstick out and look at the oil
level while holding a rag under the
end.
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Engine oil selection
“Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” is filled in
your Toyota vehicle. Use Toyota approved
“Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” or equivalent
to satisfy the following grade and
viscosity.
If SAE 5W- 30 is not available, SAE
10W- 30 may be used. However, it
should be replaced with SAE 5W- 30 at
the next oil change.
Oil grade:
API grade SL “Energy- Conserving” or
ILSAC multigrade engine oil
Recommended viscosity:
SAE 5W- 30
API service symbol
Outside temperature
SAE 5W- 30 is the best choice for good
fuel economy and good starting in cold
weather.
ILSAC certification mark
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Checking the engine coolant
level
Oil identification marks
Look at the see- through coolant reservoir when the engine is cold. The coolant level is satisfactory if it is between
the “FULL” and “LOW” lines on the
reservoir. If the level is low, add ethylene- glycol type coolant for a proper
corrosion protection of aluminum components.
Either or both API registered marks are
added to some oil containers to help
you select the oil you should use.
The API Service Symbol is located anywhere on the outside of the container.
The top portion of the label shows the oil
quality by API (American Petroleum Institute) designations such as SL. The center
portion of the label shows the SAE viscosity grade such as SAE 5W- 30. “EnergyConserving” shown in the lower portion,
indicates that the oil has fuel- saving capabilities.
The ILSAC (International Lubricant Standardization and Approval Committee) Certification Mark is displayed on the front of
the container.
The coolant level in the reservoir will vary
with engine temperature. However, if the
level is on or below the “LOW” line, add
coolant. Bring the level up to the “FULL”
line.
To ensure excellent lubrication performance for your engine, “Toyota Genuine
Motor Oil” is available, which has been
specifically tested and approved for all
Toyota engines.
Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details about “Toyota Genuine Motor
Oil”.
Always use ethylene- glycol type coolant
for a proper corrosion protection of aluminum components. See information in the
next column.
If the coolant level drops within a short
time after replenishing, there may be a
leak in the system. Visually check the
radiator, hoses, engine coolant filler cap,
radiator cap and drain cock and water
pump.
If you can find no leak, have your Toyota
dealer test the cap pressure and check
for leaks in the cooling system.
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CAUTION
To prevent burning yourself, do not
remove the radiator cap when the engine is hot.
Coolant type selection
Use of improper coolants may damage
your engine cooling system. Your coolant
must contain ethylene- glycol type coolant
for proper corrosion protection of your engine that contains aluminum components.
We have used “Toyota Genuine Long Life
Coolant” in your Toyota vehicle. In order
to avoid technical problems, we strongly
recommend using “Toyota Genuine Long
Life Coolant” or equivalent.
In addition to preventing freezing and
subsequent damage to the engine, this
type of coolant will also prevent corrosion.
Further supplemental inhibitors or additives
are neither needed nor recommended.
Read the coolant container for information
on freeze protection. Follow the manufacturer’s directions for how much to mix
with plain water (preferably demineralized
water or distilled water). The total capacity
of the cooling system is given on page
471 in Section 8.
We recommend a 50% solution for your
Toyota, to provide protection down to
about -35C (- 31F). When it is extremely cold, to provide protection down to
about -50C (- 58F), a 60% solution is
recommended. Do not use more than 70%
solution for better coolant performance.
NOTICE
Do not use alcohol type antifreeze or
plain water alone.
The engine cooling system is integral to
maximizing performance of your Toyota
vehicle. In line with this, it is strongly
recommended that you use “Toyota
Genuine Long Life Coolant” for protecting
the system, as it is an ethylene- glycol
based premium antifreeze coolant with
excellent corrosion protection properties
that has been specifically formulated for
use in Toyota vehicles.
Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details about “Toyota Genuine Long
Life Coolant”.
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Checking the radiator and
condenser
Checking and replacing the
air conditioning filter
If any of the above parts are extremely
dirty or you are not sure of their condition, take your vehicle to a Toyota dealer.
CAUTION
To prevent burning yourself, be careful not to touch the radiator or condenser when the engine is hot.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the radiator
and condenser, do not perform the
work by yourself.
The air conditioning filter is behind the
glove box.
1. Open the glove box, and slide off
the damper as shown.
The air conditioning filter may clog after long use. The filter may need to be
replaced if the air flow of the air conditioning and heater experiences extreme
reductions in operating efficiency, or if
the windows begin to fog up easily.
To maintain the air conditioning efficiency,
inspect and replace the air conditioning
filter according to the maintenance schedule. (For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the “Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or “Owner’s Manual
Supplement”.)
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2. Push each side of the glove box to
disconnect the claws.
3. Remove the filter case from the filter
outlet as shown in the illustration.
4. Remove
case.
the
filter
from
the
filter
5. Inspect the filter on the surface.
If it is dirty, it should be replaced.
INFORMATION
The air filter should be installed properly in position. The use of air conditioning with the air filter removed
may cause deteriorated dustproof performance and then affect air conditioning performance.
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Checking brake fluid
Checking power steering fluid
If the level is low, add SAE J1703 or
FMVSS No.116 DOT 3 brake fluid to the
brake reservoir.
Remove and replace the reservoir cap by
hand. Fill the brake fluid to the dotted
line. This brings the fluid to the correct
level when you put the cap back on.
Use only newly opened brake fluid. Once
opened, brake fluid absorbs moisture from
the air, and excess moisture can cause a
dangerous loss of braking.
If cold O.K.
If hot O.K.
Open
Close
If cold add
If hot add
When the brake fluid must be replaced,
contact your Toyota dealer.
To check the fluid level, simply look at
the see- through reservoir. The level
should be between the “MAX” and
“MIN” lines on the reservoir.
It is normal for the brake fluid level to go
down slightly as the brake pads wear. So
be sure to keep the reservoir filled.
If the reservoir needs frequent refilling, it
may indicate a serious mechanical problem.
CAUTION
Take care when filling the reservoir
because brake fluid can harm your
eyes and damage painted surfaces. If
fluid gets in your eyes, flush your
eyes with clean water immediately. If
you still feel uncomfortable with your
eyes, go to the doctor.
Check the fluid level through the reservoir. If necessary, add automatic transmission fluid DEXRONII or III.
If the vehicle has been driven around 80
km/h (50 mph) for 20 minutes (a little
more in frigid temperatures), the fluid is
hot (60C—80C or 140F—175F). You
may also check the level when the fluid
is
cold
(about
room
temperature,
10C—30C or 50F—85F) if the engine
has not been run for about five hours.
NOTICE
If you spill some of the fluid, be sure
to wash it off with water to prevent
it from damaging the parts or paint.
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Checking tire pressure
Clean all dirt from outside of the reservoir
tank and look at the fluid level. If the fluid
is cold, the level should be in the “COLD”
range. Similarly, if it is hot, the fluid level
should be in the “HOT” range. If the level
is at the low side of either range, add
automatic transmission fluid DEXRONII
or III to bring the level within the range.
To remove the reservoir cap, turn it counterclockwise and lift up. To reinstall it,
turn it clockwise. After replacing the reservoir cap, visually check the steering box
case, vane pump and hose connections
for leaks or damage.
CAUTION
The reservoir tank may be hot so be
careful not to burn yourself.
NOTICE
Avoid overfilling, or the power steering could be damaged.
If a tire frequently needs refilling, have it
checked by your Toyota dealer.
CAUTION
Keep your tire pressure properly inflated. Otherwise, the following conditions may occur and cause an accident resulting in death or serious injuries.
Low tire pressure (underinflation)—
Keep your tire pressures at the proper
level.
The recommended cold tire pressures, tire
size and the vehicle capacity weight are
given on pages 470 and 473 in Section 8.
They are also on the tire pressure label
as shown.
You should check the tire pressure every
two weeks, or at least once a month. And
don’t forget the spare!
Incorrect tire pressure may waste fuel,
reduce the comfort of driving, reduce tire
life and make your vehicle less safe to
drive.
Excessive wear
Uneven wear
Poor handling
Possibility of blowouts from overheated tire
Poor sealing of the tire bead
Wheel deformation and/or tire separation
High tire pressure (overinflation)—
Poor handling
Excessive wear at the center of the
tire tread
A greater possibility of tire damage
from road hazards
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Checking and replacing tires
The following instructions for checking
tire pressure should be observed:
The pressure should be checked only
when the tires are cold. If your vehicle has been parked for at least 3
hours and has not been driven for
more than 1.5 km or 1 mile since, you
will get an accurate cold tire pressure
reading.
Be sure to reinstall the tire inflation
valve caps. Without the valve caps,
dirt or moisture could get into the valve
core and cause air leakage. If the caps
have been lost, have new ones put on
as soon as possible.
Tread wear indicator
Always use a tire pressure gauge.
The appearance of a tire can be misleading. Besides, tire pressures that
are even just a few pounds off can
degrade ride and handling.
Take special care when adding air to
the compact spare tire. The smaller
tire size can gain pressure very quickly. Add compressed air in small quantities and check the pressure often until
it reaches the specified pressure.
Do not bleed or reduce tire pressure
after driving. It is normal for the tire
pressure to be higher after driving.
Never exceed the vehicle capacity
weight. The passenger and luggage
weight should be located so that the
vehicle is balanced.
CHECKING YOUR TIRES
Check the tires tread for the tread wear
indicators. If the indicators show, replace the tires.
The tires on your Toyota have built- in
tread wear indicators to help you know
when the tires need replacement. When
the tread depth wears to 1.6 mm (0.06
in.) or less, the indicators will appear. If
you can see the indicators in two or more
adjacent grooves, the tire should be replaced. The lower the tread, the higher
the risk of skidding.
The effectiveness of snow tires is lost
if the tread wears down below 4 mm
(0.16 in.).
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If you have tire damage such as cuts,
splits, cracks deep enough to expose
the fabric, or bulges indicating internal
damage, the tire should be replaced.
If a tire often goes flat or cannot be properly repaired due to the size or location
of a cut or other damage, it should be
replaced. If you are not sure, consult with
your Toyota dealer.
CAUTION
Vehicles with run- flat tires—Do not
replace or repair the tire by yourself.
When the tires must be replaced or
repaired, consult your Toyota dealer
or authorized tire dealer.
Four- wheel drive models:
Do not use tires of different brands,
sizes, construction or tread patterns, as this may cause dangerous
handling characteristics resulting in
loss of control.
Toyota recommends all four tires, or at
least both front or rear tires be replaced as a set.
If an air loss occurs while driving, do not
continue driving with a deflated tire. Driving even a short distance can damage a
tire beyond repair.
Using any other size or type of tire may
seriously affect handling, ride, speedometer/odometer calibration, ground clearance,
and clearance between the body and tires
or snow chains.
Any tires which are over 6 years old
must be checked by a qualified technician even if damage is not obvious.
CAUTION
When a tire is replaced, the wheel
should always be balanced.
Tires deteriorate with age even if they
have never or seldom been used.
Observe the following instructions.
Otherwise, an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.
An unbalanced wheel may affect vehicle
handling and tire life. Wheels can get out
of balance with regular use and should
therefore be balanced occasionally.
This applies also to the spare tire and
tires stored for future use.
REPLACING YOUR TIRES
When replacing a tire, use a tire of the
same size and construction, and the
same or greater load capacity as the
originally installed tires. Also, on fourwheel drive models, all the tires must
be the same brand and have the same
tread patterns.
Do not mix radial, bias belted, or
bias- ply tires on your vehicle, as
this may cause dangerous handling
characteristics resulting in loss of
control.
Do not use tires other than the
manufacturer’s recommended size,
as this may cause dangerous handling characteristics resulting in
loss of control.
See “If you have a flat tire” on page 397
in Section 4 for tire change procedure.
When replacing a tubeless tire, the air
valve should also be replaced with a
new one.
Initial adjustment of the tire pressure
warning system is necessary after you
have replaced your tires. See “Tire
pressure warning system” on page 186
in Section 1- 6.
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Installing snow tires and
chains
Rotating tires
When rotating tires, check for uneven
wear and damage. Abnormal wear is usually caused by incorrect tire pressure, improper wheel alignment, out- of- balance
wheels, or severe braking.
CAUTION
WHEN TO
CHAINS
USE
SNOW
TIRES
OR
Snow tires or chains are recommended
when driving on snow or ice.
On wet or dry roads, conventional tires
provide better traction than snow tires.
SNOW TIRE SELECTION
Do not include a compact spare tire
when rotating the tires. It is designed
for temporary use only.
To equalize the wear and help extend
tire life, Toyota recommends that you
rotate your tires according to the maintenance schedule. (For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the
“Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or
“Owner’s Manual Supplement”.) However, the most appropriate timing for tire
rotation may vary according to your
driving habits and road surface conditions.
Initial adjustment of the tire pressure
warning system is necessary after you
have rotated your tires. See “Tire pressure warning system” on page 186 in
Section 1- 6.
If you need snow tires, select tires of
the same size, construction and load
capacity as the originally installed tires.
Also, on four- wheel drive models, all
the tires must be the same brand and
have the same tread patterns.
Do not use tires other than those mentioned above. Do not install studded tires
without first checking local regulations for
possible restrictions.
See “If you have a flat tire” on page 397
in Section 4 for tire change procedure.
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CAUTION
Observe the following instructions.
Otherwise, an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.
Do not use snow tires other than
the manufacturer’s recommended size, as this may cause dangerous
handling characteristics resulting in
loss of control.
Four- wheel drive models:
Do not use snow tires of different
brands, sizes, construction or tread
patterns, as this may cause dangerous handling characteristics resulting in loss of control.
SNOW TIRE INSTALLATION
TIRE CHAIN SELECTION
Snow tires should be installed on all
wheels.
Use the tire chains of correct size and
type.
Installing snow tires on the front wheels
only can lead to an excessive difference
in road grip capability between the front
and rear tires which could cause loss of
vehicle control.
Use SAE Class “S” type radial tire chains
except radial cable chains or V- bar type
chains.
When storing removed tires, you should
store them in a cool dry place. Mark the
direction of rotation and be sure to install
them in the same direction when replacing.
CAUTION
Do not drive with the snow tires
incorrectly inflated.
Never drive over 120 km/h (75 mph)
with any type of snow tires.
Vehicles with run- flat tires—Do not
replace or repair the tire by yourself. When the tires must be replaced or repaired, consult your
Toyota dealer or authorized tire
dealer.
Regulations regarding the use of tire
chains vary according to location or
type of road, so always check the local
regulations before installing chains.
CHAIN INSTALLATION
Install the chains on the front tires as
tightly as possible. Do not use tire
chains on the rear tires. Retighten
chains
after
driving
0.5—1.0
km
(1/4—1/2 mile).
When installing chains on your tires, carefully follow the instructions of the chain
manufacturer.
If wheel covers are used, they will be
scratched by the chain band, so remove
the covers before putting on the chains.
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CAUTION
Do not exceed 50 km/h (30 mph) or
the chain manufacturer’s recommended speed limit, whichever is
lower.
Drive
carefully avoiding bumps,
holes, and sharp turns, which may
cause the vehicle to bounce.
Avoid sharp turns or locked- wheel
braking, as use of chains may adversely affect vehicle handling.
When driving with chains installed,
be sure to drive carefully. Slow
down before entering curves to
avoid losing control of the vehicle.
Otherwise an accident may occur.
NOTICE
Do not attempt to use a tire chain on
the compact spare tire, as it may result in damage to the vehicle as well
as the tire.
WHEN TO REPLACE YOUR WHEELS
If you have wheel damage such as
bending, cracks or heavy corrosion, the
wheel should be replaced.
If you fail to replace a damaged wheel,
the tire may slip off the wheel or cause
loss of handling control.
WHEEL SELECTION
When replacing wheels, care should be
taken to ensure that the wheels are replaced by ones with the same load capacity, diameter, rim width, and offset.
This must be observed on compact spare
tires, too.
Correct replacement wheels are available
at your Toyota dealer.
A wheel of a different size or type may
adversely affect handling, wheel and bearing life, brake cooling, speedometer/odometer calibration, stopping ability, headlight
aim, bumper height, vehicle ground clearance, and tire or snow chain clearance to
the body and chassis.
Replacement with used wheels is not recommended as they may have been subjected to rough treatment or high mileage
and could fail without warning. Also, bent
wheels which have been straightened may
have structural damage and therefore
should not be used. Never use an inner
tube in a leaking wheel which is designed
for a tubeless tire.
CAUTION
Observe the following instructions.
Otherwise, an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.
Do not use wheels other than the
manufacturer’s recommended size,
as this may cause dangerous handling characteristics resulting in
loss of control.
Four- wheel drive models:
Do not use
brands, sizes
may cause
characteristics
control.
wheels of different
and types, as this
dangerous handling
resulting in loss of
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Run- flat tires
If you cannot distinguish between the
standard tire and run- flat tire, consult your
Toyota dealer.
Initial adjustment of the tire pressure
warning system is necessary after you
have replaced your wheels. See “Tire
pressure warning system” on page 186
in Section 1- 6.
The tire warranty book provides detailed
information on the run- flat tires. For details, see the tire warranty book.
CAUTION
Do not use non- genuine wheels, as
this may cause dangerous handling
characteristics resulting in loss of
control.
Some vehicles are equipped with runflat (RFT) tires. The run- frat tire allows
you to continue driving for up to 160
km (100 miles) at a speed below 90
km/h (55 mph) even if any tire goes
flat. However, in some conditions (such
as high temperatures), you could not
continue driving for up to 160 km (100
miles).
Do
not use the run- flat tires
equipped on your vehicle on another model. These tires are especially
for this model.
Do not mix run- flat tires with standard tires.
When the tire goes flat or when the tire
pressure is below 100 kPa (1.0 kgf/cm2
or bar, 15 psi), the tire must be replaced. If you are not sure, consult
your Toyota dealer. Do not use the repaired tire.
There is an “RFT” or “DSST” mark on the
sidewall of the run- flat tire.
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If the tire pressure warning light comes
on:
Decelerate at a speed below 90 km/h
(55 mph), then adjust the tire pressure
to the specified level as soon as possible. Do not drive more than 160 km
(100 miles).
When the tire pressure is below 140
kPa (1.4 kgf/cm2 or bar, 20 psi), consult your Toyota dealer. If the tire is
flat or the tire pressure is below 100
kPa (1.0 kgf/cm2 or bar, 15 psi), the
tire must be replaced. Do not use
the repaired tire.
When the tire pressure is 140 kPa
(1.4 kgf/cm2 or bar, 20 psi) or more,
adjust it to specified level. (See
“Tires” on page 473 in Section 8.)
For details about the tire pressure warning
system, see “Tire pressure warning system” on page 186. in Section 1- 6.
Vehicles with compact spare tire—When
you replace the tire, see “—Compact
spare tire” through “—After changing
wheels”, pages 398 through 409 in Section
4.
CAUTION
As the run- flat tire allows you to
continue driving if any tire goes flat,
the tire performance is not the same
as normal condition. If the run- flat
tire goes flat, take your vehicle to the
nearest Toyota dealer or authorized
tire dealer as soon as possible, observing the following instructions:
Decelerate as soon as possible to
the lowest appropriate speed that
conditions permit. Do not drive for
longer than 160 km (100 miles) or
over 90 km/h (55 mph).
Avoid abrupt steering wheel maneu-
NOTICE
Take due care not to go over a
curb stone and be careful of the
holes in the road because deflated
tire pressure affects tire cushion
performance. The wheels, tires,
body, suspension and other components could be damaged.
Your ground clearance is reduced if
the run- flat tire goes flat so avoid
driving over obstacles and drive
slowly on rough, unpaved roads
and speed bumps. Also, do not attempt to go through an automatic
car wash as the vehicle may get
caught, resulting in damage.
vering and braking. If the vehicle
tires deteriorate, you could lose
control of the steering wheel or the
brakes, causing death or serious injury.
Do not replace or repair the tire by
yourself. When the tires must be
replaced or repaired, consult your
Toyota dealer or authorized tire
dealer.
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Aluminum wheel precautions
When installing aluminum wheels,
check that the wheel nuts are tight
after driving your vehicle the first 1600
km (1000 miles).
If
you have
changed your
wheel nuts are
1600 km (1000
rotated, repaired, or
tires, check that the
still tight after driving
miles).
When using tire chains, be careful not
to damage the aluminum wheels.
Use only the Toyota wheel nuts and
wrench designed for
wheels.
your
aluminum
When balancing your wheels, use only
Toyota balance weights or equivalent
and a plastic or rubber hammer.
As with any wheel, periodically check
your aluminum wheels for damage. If
damaged, replace immediately.
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SECTION
7- 3
DO- IT- YOURSELF MAINTENANCE
Electrical components
Checking battery condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Battery recharging precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking and replacing fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding washer fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing light bulbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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460
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Checking battery condition—
—Precautions
CAUTION
BATTERY PRECAUTIONS
The battery produces flammable and
explosive hydrogen gas.
Do not cause a spark from the battery with tools.
Do not smoke or light a match near
the battery.
The electrolyte contains poisonous
and corrosive sulfuric acid.
Avoid contact with eyes, skin or
clothes.
Never ingest electrolyte.
Wear protective safety glasses when
working near the battery.
Keep children away from the battery.
EMERGENCY MEASURES
If electrolyte gets in your eyes,
flush your eyes with clean water
immediately and get immediate
medical attention. If possible, continue to apply water with a sponge
or cloth while en route to the medical office.
—Checking battery exterior
If electrolyte gets on your skin,
Terminals
Ground cable
thoroughly wash the contact area. If
you feel pain or burning, get medical attention immediately.
If electrolyte gets on your clothes,
there is a
through to
ly take off
follow the
essary.
possibility of its soaking
your skin, so immediatethe exposed clothing and
procedure above, if nec-
If you accidentally swallow electrolyte, drink a large quantity of water
or milk. Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten raw egg or vegetable
oil. Then go immediately for emergency help.
Warning: Battery posts, terminals
and related accessories contain lead
and lead compounds, chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer
and reproductive
harm. Wash hands after handling.
Hold- down
clamp
Check the battery for corroded or loose
terminal connections, cracks, or loose
hold- down clamp.
a. If the battery is corroded, wash it off
with a solution of warm water and baking soda. Coat the outside of the terminals with grease to prevent further corrosion.
b. If the terminal connections are loose,
tighten their clamp nuts—but do not
overtighten.
c. Tighten the hold- down clamp only
enough to keep the battery firmly in
place. Overtightening may damage the
battery case.
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—Checking battery condition
NOTICE
Be sure the engine and all accessories are off before performing maintenance.
When checking the battery, remove
the ground cable from the negative
terminal (“- ” mark) first and reinstall it last.
During recharging, the battery is producing hydrogen gas.
Type A
Green
Dark
Clear or
light yellow
Therefore, before recharging:
1. If recharging with the battery installed
on the vehicle, be sure to disconnect
the ground cable.
Type B
Blue
White
Red
Be careful not to cause a short circuit with tools.
Take care no solution gets into the
battery when washing it.
2. Be sure the power switch on the recharger is off when connecting the
charger cables to the battery and when
disconnecting them.
CAUTION
Always charge the battery in an un-
CHECKING BY INDICATOR
If the battery is disconnected or run
down, the power window, power sliding
door, power back door and moon roof may
not operate automatically and the jam
protection function will not function correctly, and does not open the back door
after you reconnect, replace or recharge
the battery. In any of these cases, you
should normalize each system. To normalize them, see “Power windows” on page
41, “Power sliding doors” on page 26,
“Power back door” on page 36 and “Electric moon roof” on page 52 in Section
1- 2.
Battery recharging precautions
Check the battery condition by the indicator color.
Indicator color
Condition
Type A
Type B
Green
Blue
Good
White
Charging necessary.
Have battery
checked by your
Toyota dealer.
Dark
Clear or
light
yellow
Red
Have battery
checked by your
Toyota dealer.
confined area. Do not charge the
battery in a garage or closed room
where there is not sufficient ventilation.
Only do a slow charge (5 A or
less). Charging at a quicker rate is
dangerous. The battery may explode, causing personal injuries.
NOTICE
Never recharge the battery while the
engine is running. Also, be sure all
accessories are turned off.
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Checking and replacing fuses
Good
Good
Blown
Blown
Type A
Type C
If the headlights or other electrical
components do not work, check the
fuses. If any of the fuses are blown,
they must be replaced.
See “Fuse locations” on page 433 in Section 7- 1 for locations of the fuses.
Good
Good
Type B
Blown
Turn the ignition switch and inoperative
component off. Pull a suspected fuse
straight out and check it.
Determine which fuse may be causing the
problem. The lid of the fuse box shows
the name of the circuit for each fuse. See
page 474 in Section 8 of this manual for
the functions controlled by each circuit.
Blown
Type D
Type C and D—When any of the fuses
are blown, contact your Toyota dealer.
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Adding washer fluid
Type A fuses can be pulled out by the
pull- out tool. The location of the pull- out
tool is shown in the illustration.
If you are not sure whether the fuse has
blown, try replacing the suspected fuse
with one that you know is good.
If the fuse has blown, push a new fuse
into the clip.
Only install a fuse with the amperage rating designated on the fuse box lid.
If you do not have a spare fuse, in an
emergency you can pull out the “HTR” (10
A), “AC 1NV” or “RAD NO.1” fuse, which
may be dispensable for normal driving,
and use it if its amperage rating is the
same.
If the new fuse immediately blows out,
there is a problem with the electrical system. Have your Toyota dealer correct it as
soon as possible.
CAUTION
Never use a fuse with a higher amperage rating, or any other object, in
place of a fuse. This may cause extensive damage and possibly a fire.
If any washer does not work or low
windshield washer fluid level warning
light comes on, the washer tank may be
empty. Add washer fluid.
You may use plain water as washer fluid.
However, in cold areas where temperatures range below freezing point, use
washer fluid containing antifreeze. This
product is available at your Toyota dealer
and most auto parts stores. Follow the
manufacturer’s directions for how much to
mix with water.
NOTICE
Do not use engine antifreeze or any
other substitute because it may damage your vehicle’s paint.
If you cannot use one of the same amperage, use one that is lower, but as close
as possible to, the rating. If the amperage
is lower than that specified, the fuse
might blow out again but this does not
indicate anything wrong. Be sure to get
the correct fuse as soon as possible and
return the substitute to its original clip.
It is a good idea to purchase a set of
spare fuses and keep them in your vehicle for emergencies.
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Replacing light bulbs—
The following illustrations show how to
gain access to the bulbs. When replacing
a bulb, make sure the ignition switch and
light switch are off. Use bulbs with the
wattage ratings given in the table.
CAUTION
To prevent burning yourself, do not
replace the light bulbs while they
are hot.
Halogen bulbs have pressurized gas
inside and require special handling.
They can burst or shatter if
scratched or dropped. Hold a bulb
only by its plastic or metal case.
Do not touch the glass part of a
bulb with bare hands.
When replacing the rear light bulbs,
turn off the power back door system to prevent an unexpected serious injury.
Vehicles with discharge headlights—
Do not touch the high voltage socket when the headlight turns on.
20000 V is momentarily generated
and may cause severe injury by
electric shock.
Do not disassemble, repair or take
apart the headlight bulbs, connector, power supply circuits and rotated components. Or you may be
injured by electric shocks. Call your
dealer when the headlights fail to
work or have to be replaced or disposed of.
NOTICE
Only use a bulb of the listed type.
The inside of the lens of exterior lights
such as headlights may temporarily fog up
when the lens becomes wet in the rain or
in a car wash. This is not a problem
because the fogging is caused by the
temperature difference between the outside
and inside of the lens, just like the
windshield fogged up in the rain. However,
if there is a large drop of water on the
inside of the lens, or if there is water
pooled inside the light, contact your
Toyota dealer.
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Bulb No.
W
Type
Headlights (low beam)
With discharge headlights
Without discharge headlights
—
9006
35
51
A
B
Headlights (high beam)
9005
60
C
—
55
D
3157A
21
F
Parking and front side marker lights
—
5
E
Rear turn signal lights
—
21
G
Stop/tail and rear side marker lights
—
21/5
G
Tail lights
—
5
E
921
18
E
License plate lights
—
5
E
Front personal lights
—
4.9
G
Rear personal lights
—
4.9
G
Luggage compartment light
—
5
H
Vanity lights
—
3
H
Door courtesy lights
—
3.8
G
Light bulbs
Front fog lights
Front turn signal lights
Back- up lights
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
G:
H:
D2R discharge bulbs
HB4 halogen bulbs
HB3 halogen bulbs
H3 halogen bulbs
Wedge base bulbs (clear)
Wedge base bulbs (amber)
Single end bulbs
Double end bulbs
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—Headlights
1. Open the hood. Turn the bulb base
counterclockwise to the front of the
vehicle as shown.
2. Unplug the connector while depressing the lock release.
If the connector is tight, wiggle it.
3. Plug in a new bulb into the connector and install it into the mounting
hole.
Aiming is not necessary after replacing
the bulb. When aiming adjustment is necessary, contact your Toyota dealer.
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—Front fog lights
—Front turn signal lights
—Parking and front side
marker lights
If either the left or right front fog light
bulbs burns out, contact your Toyota
dealer.
NOTICE
Do not try to replace the front fog
light bulbs by yourself. You may damage the vehicle.
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—Rear turn signal, stop/tail
and rear side marker lights
Remove the bolts.
—Tail and back- up lights
a: Rear turn signal light
b: Stop/tail and rear side marker light
Remove the strap with a Phillips- head
screwdriver.
Pull and hold the tab and remove the
bulb unit.
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—License plate lights
NOTICE
When installing the back door trim,
be careful not to jam any wire harness and connector. Otherwise, they
may be damaged.
Remove the strap with a Phillips- head
screwdriver.
a: Tail light
b: Back- up light
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NOTICE
When installing the back door trim,
be careful not to jam any wire harness and connector. Otherwise, they
may be damaged.
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SECTION
8
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
Dimensions and weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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470
471
471
473
474
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Dimensions and weight
Engine
Overall length
mm (in.)
5080 (200.0)
Overall width
mm (in.)
1965
(77.4)
(68.9)∗1
Overall height
mm (in.)
1750
Wheelbase
mm (in.)
3030 (119.3)
Front tread
mm (in.)
1665
1675
(65.6)∗2
(65.9)∗3
Rear tread
mm (in.)
1700
1710
(66.9)∗2
(67.3)∗3
Vehicle capacity weight
(occupants + luggage)
∗1 :
∗2 :
∗3 :
kg (lb.)
Model:
3MZ- FE
Type:
6 cylinder V type 4 cycle, gasoline
Bore and stroke, mm (in.):
92.0 83.0 (3.62 3.27)
Displacement, cm3 (cu. in.):
3311 (201.9)
538 (1185)
Unladen vehicle
With P215/65R16 tires
With P225/60R17 tires
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Fuel
Service specifications
Fuel type:
Unleaded gasoline, Octane Rating 87
(Research Octane Number 91) or higher.
For improved vehicle performance, the
use of premium unleaded gasoline with
an Octane Rating of 91 (Research Octane Number 96) or higher is recommended.
ENGINE
Fuel tank capacity, L (gal., Imp. gal.):
79 (21, 17.5)
Spark plug gap, mm (in.):
1.1 (0.043)
Valve clearance (engine cold), mm (in.):
Intake
0.15—0.25 (0.006—0.010)
Exhaust
0.25—0.35 (0.010—0.014)
Spark plug type:
DENSO
NGK
Recommended oil viscosity:
SAE 5W- 30
SK20R11
IFR6A11
Drive belt tension measured with Borroughs
drive
belt
tension
gauge
No.BT- 33- 73F (used belt), Ibf:
Generator belt
12510
Power steering pump belt
11520
ENGINE LUBRICATION
Oil capacity (drain and refill),
L (qt., Imp. qt.):
With filter
4.7 (5.0, 4.1)
Without filter
4.5 (4.8, 4.0)
“Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” is filled in
your Toyota vehicle. Use Toyota approved
“Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” or equivalent
to satisfy the following grade and
viscosity.
Oil grade:
API grade SL “Energy- Conserving” or
ILSAC multigrade engine oil
Outside temperature
Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details.
COOLING SYSTEM
Total capacity, L (qt., Imp. qt.):
11.7 (12.4, 10.3)
Coolant type:
“Toyota Genuine Long Life Coolant” is
filled in your Toyota vehicle. In order to
avoid technical problems, we strongly
recommend using “Toyota Genuine Long
Life Coolant” or equivalent.
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With ethylene- glycol type coolant for a
proper corrosion protection of aluminum
components
Do not use alcohol type antifreeze or
plain water alone.
Please contact your Toyota dealer for
further details.
BATTERY
Open voltage∗ at 20C (68F):
12.6—12.8 V
Fully charged
12.2—12.4 V
Half charged
11.8—12.0 V
Discharged
∗:
Voltage that is checked 20 minutes after the key is removed with all the
lights turned off
Charging rates:
5 A max.
AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE
Fluid capacity (drain and refill), L (qt.,
Imp. qt.):
Two- wheel drive models
3.5 (3.7, 3.1)
Four- wheel drive models
3.6 (3.8, 3.2)
Fluid type:
Toyota Genuine ATF Type T- IV
Change automatic transmission fluid only
as necessary.
Generally, it is necessary to change
automatic transmission fluid only if your
vehicle is driven under one of the Special
Operating Conditions
listed
in your
“Scheduled
Maintenance
Guide”
or
“Owner’s Manual Supplement”. When
changing the automatic transmission fluid,
use only “Toyota Genuine ATF Type T- IV”
(ATF JWS3309 or NWS6500) to aid in
assuring optimum transaxle performance.
Notice: Using automatic transmission
fluid other than “Toyota Genuine ATF
Type T- IV” may cause deterioration in
shift quality, locking up of your transmission accompanied by vibration, and
ultimately damage the automatic transmission of your vehicle.
REAR DIFFERENTIAL
(four- wheel drive models)
Oil capacity, L (qt., Imp. qt.):
0.9 (1.0, 0.8)
Oil type:
Hypoid gear oil API GL- 5
Recommended oil viscosity:
Above -18C (0F)
SAE 90
Below -18C (0F)
SAE 80W or 80W- 90
BRAKES
Minimum pedal clearance when depressed
with the force of 490 N (50 kgf, 110 lbf)
with the engine running, mm (in.):
52 (2.0)
Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details.
Pedal free play, mm (in.):
1—6 (0.04—0.24)
TRANSFER
(four- wheel drive models)
Pad wear limit, mm (in.):
1.0 (0.04)
Oil capacity, L (qt., Imp. qt.):
0.9 (1.0, 0.8)
Lining wear limit, mm (in.):
1.0 (0.04)
Oil type:
Hypoid gear oil API GL- 5
Recommended oil viscosity:
Above -18C (0F)
SAE 90
Below -18C (0F)
SAE 80W or 80W- 90
Parking brake adjustment when depressed
with the force of 294 N (30 kgf, 66 lbf):
3—5 clicks
Fluid type:
SAE J1703 or FMVSS No.116 DOT 3
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Tires
STEERING
Wheel free play:
Less than 30 mm (1.2 in.)
Power steering fluid type:
Automatic transmission fluid DEXRONII
or III
Tire size and pressure:
Tire size
Tire pressure,
kPa (kgf/cm2 or bar, psi)
Wheel size
P215/65R16 96T
240 (2.4, 35)
16 6 1/2JJ
P225/60R17 98T
240 (2.4, 35)
17 6 1/2JJ
T155/80R17 101M
420 (4.2, 60)
17 4T
Wheel nut torque, N·m (kgf·m, ft·lbf):
103 (10.5, 76)
NOTE: For a complete information on tires (e.g. replacing tires or replacing wheels),
see “Checking tire pressure” through “Aluminum wheel precautions”, pages
447 through 455, in Section 7- 2.
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Fuses
Instrument panel (driver’s side)
Instrument panel (passenger’s side)
Fuses (type A)
7. DOOR NO.2 25 A: Power door lock
system
1. ETCS 10 A: Multiport fuel injection
system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
2. EFI NO.1 20 A: Multiport fuel injection
system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, “EFI NO.2” fuse
3. H- LP RL 15 A: Right- hand headlight
(low beam)
4. DRL 20 A: Daytime running light system, “H- LP RH” and “H- LP LH” fuses
8. HAZ 15 A: Turn signal lights, emergency flashers
9. RAD NO.3 30 A: Audio system
10. A/F 25 A: A/F sensor
11. HORN 10 A: Horns
12. EFI NO.2 10 A: Multiport fuel injection
system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
5. ALT- S 7.5 A: Charging system
Engine compartment
6. H- LP LL 15 A: Left- hand headlight
(low beam), front fog lights
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13. DOME 10 A: Interior lights, personal
lights, vanity lights, door courtesy
lights, luggage compartment light, ignition switch light, multi- information display
14. ECU- B 10 A: Power sliding door, air
conditioning system, power windows,
multiplex communication system, meter
and gauge, wireless remote control
system
15. RAD NO.1 20 A: Audio system, navigation system
16. SPARE 15 A: Spare fuse
17. SPARE 20 A: Spare fuse
18. SPARE 30 A: Spare fuse
19. SPARE 30 A: Spare fuse
20. SPARE 7.5 A: Spare fuse
26. PWR OUTLET 15 A: Power outlets
27. CIG 15 A: Cigarette lighter
28. ECU ACC 7.5 A: Shift lock control
system, air conditioning system, power
rear view mirror control
29. GAUGE2 7.5 A: Meter and gauge
30. IGN 7.5 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection
system, SRS airbag system, multiplex
communication system
31. INJ 15 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection
system
32. RR WIP 15 A: Rear window wiper
33. WIP 30 A: Windshield wiper and rear
window wiper
21. H- LP RH 10 A: Right- hand headlight
34. GAUGE1 10 A: Back- up lights, turn
signal lights, emergency flashers
22. H- LP LH 10 A: Left- hand headlight
35. S- HTR 15 A: Seat heaters
23. RSE 7.5 A: Rear seat audio system,
rear seat entertainment system
36. WSH 20 A: Windshield washer and
rear window washer
24. MIR HTR 10 A: Outside rear view mirror heaters
37. HTR 10 A: Air conditioning system
25. RAD2 7.5 A: Audio system, navigation
system, rear seat audio system, rear
seat entertainment system
38. ECU- IG 10 A: Toyota park assist system, rear view monitor system, multiplex communication system, multiport
fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, anti- lock
brake system, traction control system,
vehicle skid control system, shift lock
control system, dynamic laser cruise
control system, seat heaters, power
back door, electronic moon roof, multiinformation display, auto anti- glare inside rear view mirror, power windows,
power outlets (115V)
39. PANEL 10 A: Air conditioning system,
seat heaters, audio system, navigation
system, power sliding door, power back
door, multi- information display, rear
window defogger, emergency flashers,
instrument panel lights, steering switch
lights
40. TAIL 10 A: Stop/tail lights, license
plate lights, parking lights, side marker
lights
41. S/ROOF 25 A: Electronic moon roof
42. AC INV 15 A: Power outlets (115V)
43. FR DEF 15 A: Windshield wiper deicer
44. AM1 7.5 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection
system
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45. STOP 10 A: Stop/tail lights, high
mounted stoplight, shift lock control
system, anti- lock brake system, traction control system, vehicle skid control
system, multiport fuel injection system/
sequential multiport fuel injection system, multiplex communication system
46. P/W 25 A: Power windows
47. OBD 7.5 A: On- board diagnosis system
48. FOG 15 A: Front fog lights
49. P/VENT 15 A: Power quarter windows
50. ST 7.5 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection
system
51. A/C 7.5 A: Manual air conditioning system
Fuses (type B)
Fuses (type C)
56. SPARE 50 A: Spare fuse
57. HTR 50 A: Air conditioning system,
“A/C” fuse
58. FAN 50 A: Electric cooling fans
59. PBD 30 A: Power back door
60. R- PSD 30 A: Right side power sliding
door
61. L- PSD 30 A: Left side power sliding
door
62. RR A/C 40 A: Rear air conditioning
system
63. DEF 40 A: Rear
“MIR HTR” fuse
window defogger,
64. ABS1 50 A: Anti- lock brake system,
traction control system, vehicle skid
control system
52. MAIN 30 A: Headlights, daytime running light system, “H- LP RL” and “HLP LL” fuses
65. ABS2 30 A: Anti- lock brake system,
traction control system, vehicle skid
control system
53. AM2 30 A: “INJ”, “IGN” and “GAUGE2”
fuses
66. ST 30 A: Starting system
54. P/SEAT 30 A: Power seats
67. ALT 140 A: Charging system, “RR
A/C”, “HTR”, “FAN”, “PBD”, “R- PSD”,
“L- PSD” and “DEF” fuses
55. PWR 30 A: Power windows
Fuse (type D)
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SECTION
9
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS FOR U.S.
OWNERS AND UNIFORM TIRE QUALITY
GRADING
Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners and uniform
tire quality grading
Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 478
Uniform tire quality grading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 478
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Reporting safety defects
for U.S. owners
If you believe that your vehicle
has a defect which could cause a
crash or could cause injury or
death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration (NHTSA) in
addition to notifying Toyota Motor
Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
(Toll- free: 1- 800- 331- 4331).
If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds that a safety
defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and
remedy
campaign.
However,
NHTSA cannot become involved
in individual problems between
you, your dealer, or Toyota Motor
Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
Uniform tire quality grading
To contact NHTSA, you may either call the Auto Safety Hotline
toll- free at 1- 800- 424- 9393 (or
366- 0123 in Washington, D.C.
area) or write to: NHTSA, U.S.
Department of Transportation,
Washington, D.C. 20590. You can
also obtain other information about
motor vehicle safety from the Hotline.
This information has been prepared in accordance with regulations issued by the
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation. It provides the purchasers and/
or prospective purchasers of Toyota
vehicles with information on uniform tire
quality grading.
Your Toyota dealer will help answer any
questions you may have as you read this
information.
DOT quality grades—All passenger car
tires must conform to Federal Safety
Requirements in addition to these
grades. Quality grades can be found
where applicable on the tire sidewall
between tread shoulder and maximum
section width. For example: Treadwear
200 Traction AA Temperature A
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Treadwear—The treadwear grade is a
comparative rating based on the wear rate
of the tire when tested under controlled
conditions on a specified government test
course. For example, a tire graded 150
would wear one and a half (1- 1/2) times
as well on the government course as a
tire graded 100. The relative performance
of tires depends upon the actual conditions of their use, however, and may depart significantly from the norm due to
variations in driving habits, service practices and differences in road characteristics and climate.
Traction AA, A, B, C—The traction
grades, from highest to lowest, are AA, A,
B, and C, and they represent the tire’s
ability to stop on wet pavement as measured under controlled conditions on specified government test surfaces of asphalt
and concrete. A tire marked C may have
poor traction performance.
Warning: The traction grade assigned to
this tire is based on braking (straight
ahead) traction tests and does not include
cornering (turning) traction.
Temperature A, B, C—The temperature
grades are A (the highest), B, and C,
representing the tire’s resistance to the
generation of heat and its ability to dissipate heat when tested under controlled
conditions on a specified indoor laboratory
test wheel. Sustained high temperature
can cause the material of the tire to degenerate and reduce tire life, and excessive temperature can lead to sudden tire
failure. The grade C corresponds to a level of performance which all passenger car
tires must meet under the Federal Motor
Vehicle Safety Standard No.109. Grades B
and A represent higher levels of performance on the laboratory test wheel than
the minimum required by law.
Warning: The temperature grades for this
tire are established for a tire that is properly inflated and not overloaded. Excessive speed, underinflation, or excessive
loading, either separately or in combination, can cause heat buildup and possible
tire failure.
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Introduction & Operation
This quick reference guide provides you with information on Dynamic Laser Cruise Control
Vehicle- to- Vehicle Distance Control Mode. Prior to use of this system, you should be thoroughly familiar
with this system, referring to “Dynamic Laser Cruise Control” in Section 1- 6, Owner’s Manual in
conjunction with this quick reference guide.
Dynamic Laser Cruise Control Operation
The laser radar sensor in this system primarily detects the reflectors of the vehicle ahead of you to determine the presence of the
vehicle and the vehicle- to- vehicle distance. The detection range of the sensor is about 120 m (400 ft.) ahead.
If no vehicle is detected ahead of you:
Your cruising speed is maintained at the preset speed from about 45 km/h (28 mph) to about 135 km/h (85 mph).
If a vehicle is detected ahead of you:
Your cruising speed changes in proportion to the speed of the vehicle ahead to maintain an appropriate distance from your vehicle
to the vehicle ahead.
If the vehicle ahead is out of the detection range, your cruising speed will be gradually increased up to the preset speed, and your
vehicle resumes fixed- speed cruising.
If the vehicle ahead decelerates abruptly or other vehicles cut in ahead of you, your vehicle may be too close to the vehicle ahead
of you. If this occurs, the display flashes and beeps. (Approach warning)
The dynamic laser cruise control should be used on roads in which sufficient vehicle- to- vehicle distance will be ensured
(such as on freeways).
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Operation Requirements
Cruising from about 45 km/h (28 mph) to about 135 km/h (85 mph)
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The wipers are not operating at all or operating
intermittently (including the same wiper operation
in the “AUTO” position).
The selector lever is in the “D” position.
Even if these requirements are met, the system may not
operate properly under certain conditions such as bad
weather. See “Owner’s Manual” for details.
See Owner’s Manual for Complete Information.
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Cautions
Do not rely too much on dynamic laser cruise control. Vehicle- to- vehicle distance control has its limitations.
Always remain aware of the distance from the vehicle ahead and other vehicles. If necessary, depress the brake pedal to
ensure sufficient distance.
Dynamic laser cruise control is not a collision- avoidance system.
If necessary, depress the brake pedal to ensure sufficient distance.
Dynamic laser cruise control should not be used in the following conditions:
In bad weather (such as rain, fog, snow, sandstorms)
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In direct sunlight from the front
Raindrops or snowflakes get in the laser radar sensor glass
On the roads in heavy traffic or at sharp bends
On slippery road surfaces (icy or snow- covered road surfaces)
On steep downhill slopes
Continual acceleration or deceleration (such as on busy traffic)
On roads with steep and short inclines and declines
In any conditions of the above, an appropriate vehicle- to- vehicle distance control
may not be attained.
This system is not provided to justify careless driving.
Always remain aware of the distance from the vehicle ahead and other vehicles.
The dynamic laser cruise control should not be used when exiting from,
or when entering or merging onto a freeway.
When you are following a slower moving vehicle and exiting, the sensor
does not detect the vehicle and will accelerate to preset speed.
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Cautions
If other vehicles are driving outside of the laser radar detection range, a delay in the detection of the vehicle cutting in
at short range or detection failure of the motorcycle running on the side of the same lane will occur. In this case, the
dynamic laser cruise control system will not function properly.
The distance between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead cannot be accurately detected in the following cases:
The vehicle ahead has higher ground clearance, which means that the placement of the reflectors is in a higher position.
The rear section of the vehicle ahead is extremely dirty.
The vehicle ahead or other vehicles around you are flinging up water or snow.
Excessive exhaust gas (black smoke) is coming from the vehicle ahead or other vehicles around you, obscuring your front
view.
Protective film is attached to the reflectors on the vehicle ahead, or reflectors are not installed on the vehicle ahead or are
damaged.
Heavy luggage is loaded on top of your rear seats.
The laser radar sensor automatically detects dirt if dirt is sticking to the sensor glass of your vehicle.
However, in some cases dirt may not be detected. At this time warning display does not operate and an appropriate
vehicle- to- vehicle distance cannot be maintained. Continue driving with due care to the vehicle ahead.
Dynamic laser cruise control does not operate when the vehicle is at a stop or is driving very slowly.
Pay special attention to the very slow vehicle at the end of the line in heavy traffic or at the toll gate.
Turn off the main switch when dynamic laser cruise control is not in use.
The approach warning may not turn on even if the vehicle drives closer to the vehicle ahead in the following conditions:
Your vehicle and the vehicle ahead are cruising at almost the same speed.
The vehicle ahead is cruising at a faster speed than yours. (The distance between the vehicles will become longer.)
The accelerator pedal is depressed, immediately after the release of the accelerator pedal or immediately after the speed
setting.
Depending on the road configuration (curved roads) or your vehicle condition (steering wheel maneuvering, position in
the lane), vehicles in other lanes or surrounding objects will be detected.
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Warning Display
If dynamic laser cruise control detects bad weather or malfunction of the system, the master warning light comes on and the alarm
sounds, and one of the warning codes “E1”, “E2” or “E3” will appear on the display.
Warning code
Master Warning
Light
“CRUISE”
indicator light
E1
Conditions
Laser radar sensor glass is dirty
Wipers are operating at high or low speeds
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E2
E3∗
Warning code
∗:
Direct sunlight from front
It is difficult to make a measurement
because of bad weather
System malfunction has been detected
“CRUISE” indicator light also flashes.
If a warning message appears on the display, take the appropriate measure referring to Section 1- 6, “Owner’s Manual”.
Approach Warning
Dynamic laser cruise control and approach warning do not operate when the vehicle ahead is
at a stop or is driving much slower than your vehicle. Use caution for the vehicle at the end
of the line in heavy traffic or at the tollgate, the vehicle at a stop and the very slow vehicle.
If your vehicle approaches the vehicle ahead because of insufficient braking when the vehicle ahead
decelerates abruptly or when another vehicle cuts in ahead of you, the display flashes and beeps.
Depress the brake pedal to slow down, ensuring sufficient vehicle- to- vehicle distance.
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Operation Procedure
The operation procedure is shown as follows. For the detailed information, see Section 1- 6 in the “Owner’s Manual”.
Setting
1
Push the main switch (“ON- OFF” button) to turn on the system. The “CRUISE” and “READY” indicator lights in the instrument
cluster come on.
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Bring your vehicle to the desired speed.
3
Press the control lever downward in the “- SET” direction and release it. This sets the vehicle at that speed.
If a vehicle is detected ahead of you: Your cruising speed changes in proportion to the speed of the vehicle ahead to maintain an
appropriate distance from your vehicle to the vehicle ahead.
If there was no vehicle ahead, your cruising speed will be gradually increased up to the preset speed.
If no vehicle is detected ahead of you: Your cruising speed is maintained at the preset speed.
Cancelling
To stop the operation: Push the main switch to turn off.
To stop the operation temporarily:
Pull the control lever in the “CANCEL” direction.
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To resume follow- up cruising or cruising at fixed speed,
press the control lever upward and release it.
See Owner’s Manual for Complete Information.
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Operation Procedure
Acceleration/Deceleration
To accelerate: Depress the accelerator pedal. (When you release the accelerator pedal, follow- up cruising or fixed speed
cruising resumes.) If there was no vehicle ahead, the vehicle will accelerate gradually to the preset speed. At this time,
depressing the accelerator pedal or pressing the control lever upward and releasing it will accelerate quickly.
To decelerate: Depress the brake pedal. (Even when you release the brake pedal, dynamic laser cruise control does not return
to follow- up cruising or fixed speed cruising. Press the control lever upward to resume follow- up- cruising or fixed speed
cruising.)
Changing the preset speed
To increase
the preset speed
Using the control lever:
1
Press the control lever upward or downward.
Press the control lever upward in the “+ RES” direction to increase the preset speed.
Press the control lever downward in the “- SET” direction to decrease the preset
speed.
The displayed speed will increase or decrease every 5 mph (for the U.S.A.) or
5 km/h (for Canada and Mexico).
2
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To decrease
the preset speed
Release the control lever when the display shows the desired preset speed.
Using the accelerator and brake pedals:
1
Depress the accelerator or brake pedal to attain the desired speed.
2
Press the control lever downward in the “- SET” direction and release the lever.
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Operation Procedure
To restore the previous control
If the preset speed has been cancelled, when you press the lever upward in the “+ RES” direction while “READY” shows up on
the instrument cluster and at a vehicle speed of about more than 40 km/h (25 mph), the speed set prior to cancellation will be
restored.
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Changing vehicle- to- vehicle distance setting
You can select one of the following vehicle- to- vehicle distances: LONG, MIDDLE or SHORT. Each time you push the distance
switch briefly, the setting changes from LONG to MIDDLE to SHORT and then back to LONG. You can confirm the setting on
the display.
LONG
MIDDLE
SHORT
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Introduction & Operation
In addition to the vehicle- to- vehicle distance control mode described in this quick reference guide, dynamic laser cruise
control has conventional (fixed speed) cruise control mode for cruising at fixed speeds. For the conventional (fixed speed)
cruise control mode, see Section 1- 6 in the “Owner’s Manual”.
Changing to the conventional (fixed speed) control mode
1
Each mode display
The control system in the vehicle- to- vehicle distance control
mode differs from the one in the conventional (fixed speed)
cruise control mode.
When using dynamic laser cruise control, make sure which
mode is selected.
Push the main switch (“ON- OFF” button) to turn on the
system. The “CRUISE” and “READY” indicator lights in the
instrument cluster come on.
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Displays in the instrument cluster:
Push the control lever in the “MODE” direction for longer
than 1 second to change to conventional cruise control
mode. The “NORM.” indicator light in the instrument
cluster comes on.
In Ready State
2
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In Control
Vehicle- to- Vehicle Distance
Control Mode
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Fixed Speed Control Mode
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Quick index
gU−9
If a service reminder indicator or warning buzzer comes on . . . . . . . . 165
If your vehicle will not start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 392
If your engine stalls while driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 395
If your vehicle overheats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 396
If you have a flat tire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 397
If your vehicle needs to be towed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411
Tips for driving during break- in period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 364
How to start the engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 380
General maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 427
Complete index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO TAG
Gas station information
Fuel type:
Gas Station Information
UNLEADED gasoline, Octane Rating 87 (Research Octane Number 91)
or higher.
See page 364 for detailed information.
Fuel tank capacity: 79 L (21 gal., 17.5 lmp. gal.)
Engine oil:
API grade SL “Energy- Conserving” or ILSAC multigrade engine oil is
recommended.
See page 441 for detailed information.
Automatic transmission fluid:
Toyota Genuine ATF Type T- IV
Tire information: See pages 447 through 455.
Tire pressure: See page 473.
Publication No. OM45408U
Part No. 01999-45408
Printed in Japan 01- 0301- 00 C
2004 SIENNA from Jan. ’03 Prod. (OM45408U)
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