PLUG IN HV_QG_U.book(Front.fm)

PLUG IN HV_QG_U.book(Front.fm)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
1
Charging
operation
2
Plug-in Hybrid
Applications
19
A service for plug-in hybrid vehicles
3
Basic
operation
20
Basic operating procedures
4
Things you
must know
34
Things you need to know about the plug-in
hybrid system
2
Charging procedures
The quick guide is not intended as a substitute for your
“Owner’s Manual”. We strongly encourage you to review
the “Owner’s Manual” and supplementary manuals so you
will have a better understanding of your vehicle’s capabilities and limitations.
Depending on specifications, the vehicle shown in the illustration may differ from your vehicle in terms of equipment.
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1. Charging operation
How to charge
■ Charging equipment and names
Charging indicator
Charging port
Charging inlet
Charging cable
Charging port lid
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1. Charging operation
■ The names of each part of the charging cable
Charging connector
Power indicator
Latch release button
Error warning indicator
CCID (Charging Circuit Interrupting Device)
Test button
Reset button
Plug*
*:
The shape of the plug differs in accordance with the voltage and the target
region.
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1. Charging operation
■ Confirm the following before recharging
● The parking brake is applied.
● Lights such as the headlights, emergency flashers and interior
lights etc. are switched off.
If these light switches are turned ON, then these features will consume
electricity, and recharging time will increase.
● The “POWER” switch is OFF.
■ How to charge
STEP 1
Prepare the charging cable.
STEP 2
Insert the charging cable into the
outlet of the external power
source.
Make sure to hold the body of the
plug and insert it firmly into the
outlet.
Check that the power indicator of
the CCID (Charging Circuit Interrupting Device) is illuminated.
In order to lessen the load on the
outlet and plug, hang the CCID
(Charging Circuit Interrupting
Device) on a hook etc. while the
plug is inserted.
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1. Charging operation
STEP 3
Press the test button on the
CCID (Charging Circuit Interrupting Device) to check that the
electrical leakage detection function operates properly.
If the error warning indicator illuminates when the test button is
pressed, the function is operating
correctly.
After the test has been completed, press the reset button to
turn off the error warning indicator. Charging cannot be carried
out while the error warning indicator is illuminated.
If the error warning indicator does
not come on even if the test button is pressed, it is likely that the
function is not operating correctly.
Stop charging immediately and
contact your Toyota dealer.
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1. Charging operation
STEP 4
Press the charging port lid to
open.
The charging inlet light will illuminate.
STEP 5
Remove the charging connector
cap.
Affix the cap to the cable.
STEP 6
Insert the charging cable into the
charging inlet.
When inserting, make sure not to
press the latch release button.
Align with the guide position
shown on the underside of the
charging connector, and push in
until a click is heard.
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1. Charging operation
STEP 7
Confirm that the charging indicator is illuminated. (When the
charging timer function is in use,
the light will turn off several seconds after illuminating.)
Charging cannot be started if the
charging indicator does not illuminate when the charging cable is
inserted.
The amount of time until charging
is completed can be checked on
the energy monitor by turning the
“POWER” switch to ON mode.
The charging indicator will turn off
when charging is completed.
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1. Charging operation
■ After charging
Pull the charging connector
towards you while pressing the
latch release button.
STEP 1
If the charging connector is disconnected during charging (while
the charging indicator is on),
charging will be interrupted.
STEP 2
Attach the charging connector cap.
STEP 3
Close the charging port lid.
STEP 4
Remove the plug from the outlet when the charging equipment will not be used for a prolonged period of time.
Hold the body of the plug when removing.
Make sure to put the cable away immediately after disconnecting.
When leaving the plug inserted, inspect the plug and connector once
a month to check if dirt or dust has accumulated.
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1. Charging operation
■ Charging timer function
By using the charging timer function, deterioration of the hybrid battery (traction battery) charge can be suppressed, and off-peak electricity can be used effectively.
● A charging time can be assigned by setting the charging start time
or finish time.
● Once the time has been set, the time can be assigned again next
time simply by pressing the charging timer switch.
■ Setting the charging timer function
STEP 1
Stop the vehicle and press the
charging timer switch.
The multi-information display will
switch to timer charging time display.
If not changing the set time: go to
STEP 6
STEP 2
Press and hold the charging
timer switch.
The time display will change from
solid to flashing.
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1. Charging operation
STEP 3
Press the charging timer switch
to select a setting mode.
Start time setting mode
Finish time setting mode
The mode will switch with each
press of the charging timer
switch.
STEP 4
Adjust the set time using the time
adjustment button.
Adjust hours.
Adjust minutes.
Round to the nearest hour.*
*: e.g. 1:00 to 1:29 → 1:00
1:30 to 1:59 → 2:00
STEP 5
Press and hold the charging
timer switch.
Once set, the time display will
change from flashing to solid, and
the charging timer indicator on
the instrument cluster will come
on.
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1. Charging operation
STEP 6
Turn the “POWER” switch off.
The charging timer indicator will start flashing.
STEP 7
Connect the charging cable to the vehicle.
Check that the charging indicator (→P. 2) has come on. It will turn off
after several seconds.
If the indicator does not come on, re-insert the charging connector. If
it still does not come on, check the power supply status using the
power indicator on the CCID (Charging Circuit Interrupting Device).
■ Canceling the charging timer function
If the charging timer switch is
pressed while the charging timer
indicator is illuminated or flashing, the charging timer function
will be canceled. Charging will
commence immediately if the
charging cable is connected to
the vehicle.
The charging timer indicator will
turn off if the charging timer function is canceled.
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1. Charging operation
■ Displays shown on the multi-information display
Each type of information related to recharging is displayed on the
multi-information display.
Time until charging is complete
If the “POWER” switch is turned
to ON mode during charging, the
current charging status and the
amount of time needed until
charging is complete will be displayed on the energy monitor.
After confirming, switch the
“POWER” switch to OFF and turn
off the display. The “POWER”
switch will turn off automatically
after several tens of seconds.
Charging messages
The first time the “POWER”
switch is turned to ON mode
after charging is completed, a
message detailing the results of
the charging will be displayed.
Also, if an operation which cannot be carried out is attempted
during charging, a warning message will be displayed.
Comply with the instructions in
the message and carry out any
necessary operations.
The message may not be displayed if the Remote Air Conditioning System has been used.
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1. Charging operation
■ Inspecting the electrical leakage detection function
For safety, inspect the charging cable on a routine basis (at least
once a month).
Check that the electrical leakage detection function operates properly
by following the procedure below.
In the unlikely event that the electrical leakage detection function
does not operate properly, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as
possible.
STEP 1
Insert the charging cable into the outlet of the external power
source.
STEP 2
Press the test button on the
CCID (Charging Circuit Interrupting Device).
If the error warning indicator illuminates when the test button is
pressed, the function is operating
correctly.
STEP 3
Press the reset button on the CCID (Charging Circuit Interrupting Device).
Turn off the error warning indicator. Charging cannot be carried out
while the error warning indicator is illuminated.
Charging can be continued by following the normal procedure. If not
charging, put away the charging cable.
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1. Charging operation
■ Safety functions
● The hybrid system will not start while the charging cable is attached to
the vehicle, even if the “POWER” switch is operated.
● If the charging cable is connected while the “READY” indicator is illuminated, the hybrid system will stop automatically and driving will not be
possible.
● When the charging cable is connected to the vehicle, the shift position
cannot be changed from P to another position.
● If the latch release button is pressed, charging will not begin even if the
charging cable is connected.
Also, charging will be stopped if the latch release button is pressed and
held for several seconds during charging. When restarting charging, reinsert the charging connector after pulling it out, and check that the charging indicator illuminates.
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1. Charging operation
CAUTION
■ When charging
Follow these points when charging. If you do not follow them, fire or electrical shock may occur, possibly resulting in death or serious injury.
● Connect to a power source suitable for charging.
● Check that the outlet, charging cable and charging inlet are not damaged.
● Check that the tips of the plug have not been deformed.
● If the plug is dirty or dusty, clean it before inserting.
● Plugging into the outlet that is located in a spot that is not high above the
ground or floor is recommended.
● Insert the plug firmly into the outlet.
● Do not touch the electrical terminals of the charging connector or short it
with foreign objects.
● Do not get water in the charging inlet.
Do not wash the vehicle while the charging cable is connected to the vehicle.
● Do not touch metal objects or pointed objects (needles etc.) to the port of
the charging inlet.
● Do not charge if the charging cable is coiled or bundled.
● Wrapping 120 V charging cable while in-use is not recommended because
cable may overheat. Failure to rewrap charging cable when not in-use
could result in strangulation or tripping hazard.
● After connecting the charging cable, confirm that it is not bent.
● Do not place heavy objects on the charging cable.
● If charging is interrupted, remove the charging connector before removing
the plug.
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1. Charging operation
CAUTION
■ When charging
● When charging outdoors, make sure to connect to a weatherproof outlet
for outdoor use.
Also, if rain falls during charging, take care that rainwater does not run
along the length of cable and enter the outlet.
● Do not insert the plug if the outlet is submerged in water or snow.
If the plug has already been inserted and it is necessary to remove it, first
switch the circuit breaker OFF, then remove the plug.
● Follow these points when charging while it is raining or snowing.
• Check that no snow, water or ice has accumulated around the charging
connector terminals and the vehicle charging inlet. Tap snow, water or
ice gently from connector prior to inserting charging connector into the
vehicle’s charging inlet.
• Do not connect the plug if your hands are wet. Also, do not get the plug
or outlet wet.
● Do not charge the vehicle during a lightning storm.
■ After charging
Remove the plug if it will not be used for a long time.
Dirt and dust may accumulate plug or outlet, which could cause a
malfunction or fire, possibly leading to death or serious injury.
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1. Charging operation
CAUTION
■ Power sources precautions
Observe the following precautions.
If you do not follow them, fire, electrical shock or damage may occur, possibly resulting in death or serious injury.
● Connect to an AC 120 V outlet (NEMA 5-15R) with a Ground-Fault CircuitInterrupter (GFCI) supplied by a circuit breaker per your local code. Use of
a 15A individual circuit is strongly recommended.
● Do not connect the charging cable to a
multi-outlet adapter, multi-plugs, or conversion plug.
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● Connecting the charging cable to an
extension cord is strictly prohibited. The
extension cord may overheat and does
not contain a Ground-Fault CircuitInterrupter (GFCI).
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● Do not connect to a power strip.
● Use of a block heater for charging is prohibited.
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1. Charging operation
CAUTION
■ Battery charger
Observe the following precautions. The battery charger is located under the
luggage compartment.
Failure to do so may cause death or serious injury from burns or electric
shocks.
● Do not touch the battery charger during charging, as it becomes hot.
● Do not disassemble, repair or modify the battery charger.
If repair is necessary, consult your Toyota dealer.
■ Routine inspection
Check the following points regularly.
If use is continued without inspection, fire or electric shock may occur,
possibly resulting in death or serious injury.
● The charging cable, plug, charging connector, CCID (Charging Circuit
Interrupting Device) etc. have not been damaged
● The outlet has not been damaged
● The plug does not get extremely hot during use
● The tip of the plug has not been deformed
● The plug is not dirtied by dust etc.
Inspect the plug after removing it from the outlet.
■ Maintaining the charging cable
When the cable is dirty, first remove the dirt with a hard, wringed cloth, and
then wipe the cable with a dry cloth. Do not wash with water, as doing so
could cause a fire or electrical shock when charging, which could lead to
death or serious injury.
■ When not using the charging cable for a long time
Remove the plug from the outlet. Dust could accumulate on the plug or in
the outlet, possibly causing overheating which could lead to a fire.
Also, keep the cable in a place free from moisture.
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2. Plug-in Hybrid Applications
Plug-in Hybrid Applications is a service for plug-in hybrid vehicles.
These are added to the Safety Connect and Entune products.
The contents provide charge support, comfort support and drive support via the vehicle’s navigation system and the owner’s Smartphone.
Both of the following accounts are required for the services.
● Active Safety Connect account
● Active Toyota Entune account
Plug-in Hybrid Applications operation
The following functions can be used with the navigation system.
● Download of nearby charging stations to the map screen (Type A)
● View list of nearby charging stations and corresponding charging
station information (such as voltage supported) (Type B)
The function of Type B is a function added to Entune.
For details about the function, refer to http://www.toyota.com/entune/.
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3. Basic operation
How to operate the Remote Air Conditioning System
■ Activating the Remote Air Conditioning System
Press and hold the
to
operate the Remote Air Conditioning System.
The system will shut off if a door
is opened.
The system can be stopped by
pressing the
twice.
■ Operating conditions
The system will only operate if all of the following conditions are met:
● The shift position is in P.
● The “POWER” switch is OFF.
● All doors are closed.
● The hood is closed.
● The brake pedal is not being depressed.
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3. Basic operation
How to operate unlocking and locking the doors
■ Front door handles (including front passenger door handle if
equipped with entry function)
Grip the driver’s door handle to
unlock the door. Grip the passenger’s door handle to unlock all
the doors.*
Make sure to touch the sensor on
the back of the handle.
The doors cannot be unlocked for
3 seconds after the doors are
locked.
*: The
door unlock settings can be
changed. (Refer to “Owner’s
Manual”.)
Touch the lock sensor (the
indentation on the upper part of
the door handle) to lock the
doors.
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3. Basic operation
■ Back door (vehicles with entry function of front and back
doors)
Press the unlock
unlock all the doors.
button
to
The doors cannot be unlocked for
3 seconds after the doors are
locked.
Press the lock button to lock all
the doors.
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3. Basic operation
How to operate the power (ignition) switch
■ Starting the hybrid system
STEP 1
Check that the charging cable is disconnected.
STEP 2
Check that the parking brake is set.
STEP 3
Firmly depress the brake pedal.
Check that the “POWER” switch indicator turns green. If the indicator does not turn green, the hybrid system cannot be started.
When the shift position is N, the hybrid system cannot start. Shift the
shift position to P when starting the hybrid system.
Press the “POWER” switch.
STEP 4
The hybrid system can be started
from any “POWER” switch mode.
Continue depressing the brake
pedal until the hybrid system is
completely started.
STEP 5
Check that the “READY” indicator is on.
If the “READY” indicator changes from a flashing light to a solid light
and the buzzer sounds, the hybrid system is starting normally.
The vehicle will not move when the “READY” indicator is off.
The vehicle can move when the “READY” indicator is on even if the
engine is stopped. (The gasoline engine starts or stops automatically
in accordance with the state of the vehicle.)
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3. Basic operation
■ Stopping the hybrid system
STEP 1
Stop the vehicle completely.
STEP 2
Set the parking brake.
Shift the shift position to P.
STEP 3
Check that the shift position indicator shows P.
STEP 4
Press the “POWER” switch.
The hybrid system will stop.
STEP 5
Slowly release the brake pedal and check that the indicator on
the “POWER” switch is off.
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3. Basic operation
■ Changing “POWER” switch modes
Modes can be changed by pressing the “POWER” switch with the
brake pedal released. (The mode changes each time the switch is
pressed.)
Off
The emergency flashers can be
used.
ACCESSORY mode
Some electrical components such
as the audio system can be used.
The “POWER” switch indicator
turns amber.
ON mode
All electrical components can be
used.
The “POWER” switch indicator
turns amber.
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3. Basic operation
Shift lever operation
■ Starting procedure
STEP 1
When the “READY” indicator
comes on, shift the shift position
to D or R and release it with the
brake pedal depressed. The D or
R position is selected and the
lever returns to its home position.
Confirm which position is
selected with the shift position
indicator in the instrument cluster.
STEP 2
Release the parking brake and
your foot from the brake pedal
gradually, and then start the
vehicle by depressing the accelerator pedal gently.
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3. Basic operation
■ Stopping procedure
STEP 1
Stop the vehicle completely by
depressing the brake pedal and
then apply the parking brake.
STEP 2
Shift the shift position to P.
Check that the shift position indicator on the instrument cluster is
in P, and release the brake pedal
gently after applying the parking
brake.
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3. Basic operation
■ About engine braking
When shift position B is selected, releasing the accelerator pedal will apply
engine braking.
● When the vehicle is driven at high speeds, compared to ordinary gasoline-fueled vehicles, the engine braking deceleration is felt less than that
of other vehicles.
● The vehicle can be accelerated even when shift position B is selected.
If the vehicle is driven continuously in the B position, fuel efficiency will
become low. Usually, shift the shift position to D.
NOTICE
■ Hybrid battery (traction battery) charge
If the shift position is in N, the hybrid battery (traction battery) will not be
charged. To help prevent the battery from discharging, avoid leaving the N
position selected for an extended period of time.
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3. Basic operation
How to operate the wipers and washers
■ Windshield wipers and washer
Type A
Intermittent wiper operation
Low speed wiper operation
High speed wiper operation
Temporary operation
Increases the intermittent
windshield wiper frequency
Decreases the intermittent
windshield wiper frequency
Washer/wiper dual operation
Wipers operate automatically.
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3. Basic operation
Type B
Intermittent wiper operation
Low speed wiper operation
High speed wiper operation
Temporary operation
Increases the intermittent
windshield wiper frequency
Decreases the intermittent
windshield wiper frequency
Washer/wiper dual operation
Wipers operate automatically.
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3. Basic operation
■ Rear window wiper and washer
Type A
Intermittent
operation
window
wiper
Normal window wiper operation
Washer/wiper dual operation
Washer/wiper dual operation
Type B
Intermittent
operation
window
wiper
Normal window wiper operation
Washer/wiper dual operation
Washer/wiper dual operation
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3. Basic operation
Cruise control operation
■ Set the vehicle speed
Press the “ON-OFF” button to
activate the cruise control.
Press the button again to deactivate the cruise control.
Accelerate or decelerate the
vehicle to the desired speed,
and push the lever down to set
the speed.
■ Adjusting the set speed
Increases the speed
Decreases the speed
Fine adjustment: Momentarily
move the lever in the desired
direction.
Large adjustment: Hold the lever
in the desired direction.
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The set speed will be increased or decreased as follows:
Fine adjustment: By approximately 1 mph (1.6 km/h) each time the
lever is operated.
Large adjustment: The set speed can be increased or decreased
continually until the lever is released.
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3. Basic operation
■ Canceling and resuming the constant speed control
Pulling the lever toward you
cancels the constant speed
control.
The speed setting is also canceled when the brakes are
applied.
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Pushing the lever up resumes
the constant speed control.
Resuming is available when the
vehicle speed is more than
approximately 25 mph (40 km/h).
■ Cruise control can be set when
● The shift position is in D.
● Vehicle speed is above approximately 25 mph (40 km/h).
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4. Things you must know
■ Regenerative braking
In the following situations, kinetic energy is converted to electric energy and
deceleration force can be obtained in conjunction with the recharging of the
hybrid battery (traction battery).
● The accelerator pedal is released while driving with the shift position in D
or B.
● The brake pedal is depressed while driving with the shift position in D or
B.
■ Gasoline engine operation in EV mode
Even if there is a sufficient amount of electricity remaining in the hybrid battery (traction battery) and EV driving range is being displayed, the gasoline
engine may operate automatically in the following circumstances (EV driving
will be returned to automatically after EV driving becomes possible again):
● When the heater etc. is in use.
● When the temperature of the hybrid system is high.
The vehicle has been left in the sun, driven on a hill, driven at high
speeds, etc.
● When the temperature of the hybrid system is low.
The vehicle has been left in temperatures lower than about 32 °F (0 °C)
for a long period of time etc.
● When power is needed temporarily, for example when accelerating suddenly.
● When vehicle speed is more than approximately 62 mph (100 km/h).
● When the accelerator pedal is depressed firmly or the vehicle is on a hill
etc.
● When the outside temperature is low (less than 14 °F [-10 °C])
The gasoline engine may also operate in circumstances other than those
listed above, depending on conditions.
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4. Things you must know
■ When continually using EV mode only
After driving for approximately 124 miles (200 km) with the gasoline engine
off, the gasoline engine may start for a short amount of time in order to protect the system.
■ Conditions in which the gasoline engine may not stop
The gasoline engine starts and stops automatically. However, it may not stop
automatically in the following conditions*:
● During gasoline engine warm-up
● When the temperature of the hybrid battery (traction battery) is high or
low
● During hybrid battery (traction battery) charging
● When the heater is switched on
*: Depending on the circumstances, the gasoline engine may also not stop
automatically in situations other than those above.
CAUTION
■ While driving
Because there is no engine noise when the vehicle is being driven using the
electric motor, pedestrians in the vicinity may not notice the vehicle. Even
though the vehicle is equipped with the vehicle proximity notification system,
drive with care as pedestrians in the vicinity may still not notice the vehicle if
the surrounding area is noisy.
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4. Things you must know
NOTICE
■ Hybrid battery (traction battery) air vents
There are air intake vents on the side of
the rear right seatback and on the front
corner of the left rear seat cushion for the
purpose of cooling the hybrid battery
(traction battery). If the vents become
blocked, the hybrid battery (traction battery) may overheat, leading to a reduction
in hybrid battery (traction battery) output.
● Do not put foreign objects near the air vents. The hybrid battery (traction
battery) may overheat, leading to a reduction in hybrid battery (traction
battery) output or a malfunction.
● Clean the air vents regularly to prevent the hybrid battery (traction battery)
from overheating.
● Do not wet or allow foreign substances to enter the air vents as this may
cause a short circuit and damage the hybrid battery (traction battery).
● Do not carry large amounts of water such as water cooler bottles in the
vehicle. If water spills onto the hybrid battery (traction battery), the battery
may be damaged. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer.
● If the rear seat belt becomes separated from the guide, it could obstruct
the hybrid battery (traction battery) air vent. Set the rear seat belt into the
guide to use.
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