Toyota Sienna Reference guide

Toyota Sienna Reference guide
2016
Sienna
NOTES
This Quick Reference Guide is a summary of basic vehicle operations.
It contains brief descriptions of fundamental operations so you can
locate and use the vehicle’s main equipment quickly and easily.
The Quick Reference Guide is not intended as a substitute for the
Owner’s Manual located in the vehicle’s glove box. We strongly
encourage you to review the Owner’s Manual and supplementary
manuals so you will have a better understanding of the vehicle’s
capabilities and limitations.
Your dealership and the entire staff of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A.,
Inc. wish you many years of satisfied driving in your new Sienna.
A word about safe vehicle operations
This Quick Reference Guide is not a full description of Sienna
operations. Every Sienna owner should review the Owner’s
Manual that accompanies this vehicle.
Pay special attention to the boxed information highlighted in
color throughout the Owner’s Manual. Each box contains safe
operating instructions to help you avoid injury or equipment
malfunction.
All information in this Quick Reference Guide is current at the
time of printing. Toyota reserves the right to make changes at
any time without notice.
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OVERVIEW
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
1
2
If equipped
For details, refer to the “Navigation System Owner’s Manual” and “2016
Entune™ Audio Quick Reference Guide.”
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Blu-Ray/DVD player1
Pre-Collision System (PCS) braking off switch1
Tire pressure warning reset switch
Ignition switch1
Power quarter window switch1
VSC OFF switch
Intuitive parking assist switch1
Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) main switch1
Heated steering wheel switch
Manual headlight leveling dial1
Power sliding door1 / Power back door main switch1
Headlight, turn signal and front fog light1 controls
OVERVIEW
Instrument cluster
Vehicles with monochrome display
Vehicles with color display
Tachometer
Service indicators and reminders
Multi-information display
Speedometer
Fuel gauge
Odometer/Trip meter display change button
Odometer and trip meter display
Engine coolant temperature
Indicator symbols
For details, refer to “Indicators and warning lights,” Section 2-2, 2016 Owner’s
Manual.
Brake system warning1
Driver seat belt reminder
(alarm will sound if speed is over 12 mph)
Charging system warning1
4
Electric power steering system
warning light1
Open door warning
Master warning light1
Airbag SRS warning1
Low fuel level warning light
OVERVIEW
Low engine oil pressure warning1
Cruise control indicator2,4
SRS AIR BAG ON-OFF indicator
Cruise control SET indicator
Vehicle Stability Control OFF
indicator1,5
Radar cruise control indicator3,4
Low Tire Pressure Warning1
Low windshield washer fluid level
warning1
Pre-Collision System indicator1,6
Engine oil replacement reminder1
Security indicator
Third seat fold incomplete
warning
ICE warning indicator
ECO Driving Indicator Light1
Anti-lock Brake System warning1
Automatic high beam indicator4
Fog light indicator
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Headlight low/high beam indicator
Turn signal indicator
Shift position indicators
Slip indicator/Hill-start Assist Control indicator1,5
Blind Spot Monitor warning/Blind Spot Monitor outside
rearview mirror indicators
Malfunction/Check Engine indicator1
Arrow direction indicates fuel
tank door position
If indicator does not turn off within a few seconds of starting engine, there may be a
malfunction. Have vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer.
2 If this light flashes, refer to “Cruise control,” Section 4-5, 2016 Owner’s Manual.
3 If this light flashes, refer to “Dynamic Radar Cruise Control,” Section 4-5, 2016 Owner’s Manual.
4 The indicator flashes to indicate a malfunction.
5 The indicator flashes to indicate that the system is operating.
6 The indicator flashes faster than usual to indicate that the system is operating.
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
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OVERVIEW
Keyless entry
Locking operation
Type A
Type B
Type C
Push
Unlocking operation
Type A
Type B
Type C
Push ONCE: Driver door
TWICE: ALL doors
NOTE: If a door is not opened within 60 seconds of unlocking, all doors will relock
for safety.
Power sliding door operation (if equipped)
Left side power sliding door
Type A
Right side power sliding door
Type A
Type B
Push and hold
Push and hold
Panic button (if equipped)
Power back door operation
(if equipped)
Type A
Type B
Type B
Push and hold
Push and hold
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Smart Key system (if equipped)
Start function
Depress
brake pedal
OVERVIEW
Green indicator ON
Push
NOTE: Gear shift lever must be in Park and brake pedal depressed.
Power (without starting engine)
Without depressing the brake pedal, pressing the “ENGINE START STOP” switch
will change the operation mode in succession from:
ON
Accessories such as the radio will operate.
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
ACCESSORY
Power ON; the engine is not running.
OFF
All systems OFF.
Locking operation
Unlocking operation
Front door unlock*
Front door lock
Grasp
Touch
Carry remote
to lock
Carry remote
to unlock
Sliding door unlock
Back door lock/unlock
Pull
Push Push
Carry remote
to unlock
* Driver door unlocking function can be programmed to unlock driver side doors
only, or all doors. Grasping any passenger door handle will unlock all doors.
NOTE: Doors may also be locked/unlocked using remote.
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Unlock Lock
Carry remote
to lock/unlock
OVERVIEW
Fuel tank door release and cap
Turn to close
Pull up
Turn to open
NOTE: Tighten until one click is
heard. If the cap is not tightened
enough, Check Engine “
”
indicator may illuminate.
Store
Hood release
Pull
Pull up latch
and raise hood
Insert rod to
hold hood open
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Light control-Instrument cluster
OVERVIEW
Pressing the button will adjust the brightness of the meter panel lights.
The brightness level of the meters when the surroundings are bright (day mode)
and dark (night mode) can be adjusted individually.
Engine maintenance
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
NOTE: Regularly scheduled maintenance, including oil changes, will help
extend the life of your vehicle and maintain performance. Please refer
to the “Warranty & Maintenance Guide.”
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Windshield and rear window washer fluid tank
Engine oil filler cap
Engine oil level dipstick
Engine coolant reservoir
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Auto lock/unlock
Automatic door locks can be programmed to operate in four different modes, or
turned OFF.
-Doors lock when shifting from Park.
-Doors lock when the vehicle speed is approximately 12 mph or higher.
-Doors unlock when shifting into Park.
-Doors unlock when the driver’s door is opened within 10 seconds after turning the
“ENGINE START STOP” switch OFF. (Vehicles with a Smart Key system)
-Doors unlock when the driver’s door is opened within 10 seconds after turning the
ignition switch to the “ACC” or “LOCK” position. (Vehicles without a Smart Key
system)
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
Automatic transmission
+ (“S” mode)
“D”
P
R
N
D
S
Park*
Reverse
Neutral
Drive
(“S” mode)
“S” mode
“S”
* The “ENGINE START STOP” switch/ignition switch must be “ON” and the brake
pedal depressed to shift from Park.
“S” (Sequential) mode
Shift the shift lever to “S” position from “D” position.
+ : Upshift (push and release)
- : Downshift (pull and release)
Downshifting increases power going uphill, or provides engine braking downhill.
For best fuel economy during normal driving conditions, always drive with the shift
lever in the “D” position.
Parking brake
Set: Depress
Release: Depress again
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Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
Angle
Length
OVERVIEW
Lock release lever
Hold wheel, push lever down, set angle and length, and return lever.
NOTE: Do not attempt to adjust while the vehicle is in motion.
Lights & turn signals
Headlights
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Headlights
Parking lights
Auto or OFF
DRL OFF
Without automatic high beam
Low beam
High beam flasher
High beam
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
-Daytime Running Light system (DRL) Automatically turns on the headlights at a
reduced intensity on some models.
-Automatic light cut off system Automatically turns lights off after a delay of 30
seconds, or the lock switch on remote may be pushed after locking.
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Automatic high beam (if equipped)
Deactivate
Activate*
* Refer to the Owner’s Manual for details on activating the automatic high beams.
Front fog lights (if equipped)
Type B
Type A
Turn
Turn
Front fog lights come on only when the headlights are on low beam.
Turn signals
Right turn
Lane change
Lane change
Left turn
Headlight beam level control (if equipped)
Up
Up
Down
Down
Rotating the dial downward will lower the angle of the beam.
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Windshield wipers & washers
Front
Adjust frequency*
Pull to wash and wipe
Type B
Single wipe
Single wipe
Adjust frequency*
Off
Off
Interval wipe
Interval wipe
Slow
Slow
Fast
Pull to wash and wipe
OVERVIEW
Type A
Fast
* Intermittent windshield wiper frequency adjustment
Rotate to increase/decrease wipe frequency.
Type B
Type A
Adjust sensor sensitivity*
Single wipe
Adjust sensor sensitivity*
Off
Rain-sensing
Rain-sensing
Slow
Pull to wash and wipe
Fast
Fast
* Rain-sensing windshield wiper Rotate to increase/decrease sensor sensitivity.
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Off
Slow
Pull to wash and wipe
Single wipe
Rear
Type A
Wash and wipe
Wipe
Interval wipe
Type B
Wash and wipe
Wipe
Interval wipe
Off
Off
Wash and
wipe
Wash and
wipe
Front and second row
outside seats
Lock release button
Second row center
(8-passenger models)
and third row center seats
Lock release button
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Third row outside seats
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Seats-Head restraints
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Seat adjustments-Front
Power seat
Manual seat
Seat position (forward/backward)
Height crank (driver side only)
Seatback angle
Lumbar support (if equipped)
Seat position, cushion angle and height
Seat adjustments-Rear
Second row seat
Tip-up seat (7-passenger models)
Tip-up seat (8-passenger models)
Ottoman seat
Third row seat
Manual
Power
Pull
strap
Seat position (forward/backward)
Seatback angle
Ottoman angle
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
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Seats-Removing second row outside
seats
Fold
OVERVIEW
Tip-up seats
(1)
(2)
Lift
Pull
Pull
Tip-up
Ottoman seats
(1)
(2)
Fold
Pull
Pull
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Lift
Seats-Removing second row center
seat (if equipped)
Pull
(1)
(2)
Fold
Remove
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Pull
(3)
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Seats-Stowing third row seats
Manual
(1)
(2)
Lower
Stow the seat belt buckles
(3)
Pull
Push down
Power
(1)
(2)
Lower
Third seat fold
incomplete warning light
Push and hold
Stow the seat belt buckles
(3)
An alarm will sound for 10 seconds and the
indicator will light up on the
instrument panel if the seat is not fully open or stowed when vehicle is shifted
out of Park.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
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Doors-Power sliding (if equipped)
ON/OFF switch
Off
OVERVIEW
Instrument panel
On
Push
Opening/Closing
Center pillar
Open: Push
Close: Push again
Open: Push
Close: Push again
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Front overhead console
Power
• Sliding doors will not fully open if the sliding door window is open.
• Power sliding doors will open only when gear selector is in the “P” (Park)
position, and doors are unlocked. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
• An alarm will sound if a sliding door is open and the vehicle is shifted out of Park.
• Left sliding door will not open if gas door is open.
• If battery is disconnected, the power sliding doors need to be reinitialized.
Manual
• Sliding doors will not lock into the open position if the sliding door window is
open.
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Door-Power back (if equipped)
ON/OFF switch
Opening/Closing
Front overhead console
Instrument panel
Off
On
Push
Open: Push
Close: Push again
Push
NOTE: If battery is disconnected, the power back door needs to be reinitialized.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
Windows
Window lock switch
Up
Down
Automatic operation Push the switch completely down or pull it completely
up and release to fully open or close. To stop window partway, lightly push the
switch in the opposite direction.
Window lock switch Deactivates all passenger windows. Driver’s window remains
operable.
Windows- Quarter
Manual
Power
Open
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Close
Moon roof (if equipped)
Front moon roof
Rear moon roof (if equipped)
OVERVIEW
Open*
Close
Open*
Close
* Tilt: Push
Open: Push again
Close
Open
Close Open
Push once to open partway;
again to open completely.
Rear side window
Rear quarter window
Pull
Pull
Hook
Hook
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Sunshade-Side (if equipped)
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
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FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Driver Easy Speak
This feature utilizes the vehicle’s built-in microphone to amplify the driver’s
voice through the rear speakers. To activate this feature, select “Driver Easy
Speak” from the Apps screen on the audio unit. The feature must be turned on
every time you enter the vehicle, and automatically turns off when any door
(including the liftgate) is opened. There are 7 volume settings.
Blind Spot Monitor (BSM)
(if equipped)
System ON/OFF
The Blind Spot Monitor is a system that assists the driver in safely changing lanes.
The system uses radar sensors to detect vehicles that are traveling in an adjacent
lane in the area that is not reflected in the outside rearview mirror (the blind
spot), and advises the driver of the vehicles’ presence via the outside rearview
mirror indicator.
Refer to the Owner‘s Manual for more details on this system before attempting
to use it.
Cruise control (if equipped)
Functions
Turning system ON/OFF
Indicator
Resume2/Increase speed
Cancel1
System ON/OFF
1
2
Set/Decrease speed
The set speed may also be cancelled by depressing the brake pedal.
The set speed may be resumed once vehicle speed reaches 25 mph.
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Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
(DRCC) (if equipped)
Fixed speed mode
OVERVIEW
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details and complete safety precautions
before attempting to use “Dynamic Radar Cruise Control.”
(2) Push and hold
(1) Push
System ON/OFF
To set, cancel and resume a speed Refer to “Functions” in the Cruise Control
section, and to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
Distance control mode
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Push
System ON/OFF
Vehicle will cruise at a set speed, decelerate to maintain a selected distance from
a slower vehicle traveling in front of you, and accelerate back up to the selected
speed if the vehicle in front changes lanes or speeds up.
To set, cancel and resume a speed Refer to “Functions” in the Cruise Control
section, and your Owner’s Manual for more details.
NOTE: Once vehicle speed is set, pushing lever up toward “+ RES” will increase
speed to the nearest 5 mph, and then in 5 mph increments. Pushing lever down
toward “- SET” will reduce speed in the same way.
MIDDLE
Push
SHORT
To change the vehicle-to-vehicle distance
Push the distance button to cycle through the settings, which will change
progressively from LONG to MIDDLE to SHORT.
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
LONG
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Audio
Type 1
Eject CD
Touch screen display
Push to pause or
resume playing
Seek station/
CD track select
Push to
display AUDIO
screen
Push to display
Bluetooth®
hands-free
system
SETUP button
Push to
display vehicle
information
Turn to tune
radio stations
manually or
select tracks
or files
Push to turn
ON/OFF
Type 2 (additional functions)
MAP card slot
Refer to the “NAVIGATION SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL” and “2016 ENTUNE™ AUDIO QUICK
REFERENCE GUIDE.”
USB/AUX port
USB port (if equipped)
By connecting a USB-compatible portable audio device or USB memory to the
USB port, you can listen to music from the portable audio device or USB memory
through the vehicle’s speaker system.
AUX port
By inserting a mini plug into the AUX port, you can listen to music from a portable
audio device through the vehicle’s speaker system while in AUX mode.
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Steering wheel switches
and telephone controls (Bluetooth®)
>
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
>
Volume control
“
”
Use to search within the selected audio medium (radio, CD, etc.).
Back switch
Enter switch
End call
Start call
OVERVIEW
Steering wheel telephone switches
Microphone
Refer to the “Bluetooth® Device Pairing Section” in this guide for more information
about phone connections and compatibility.
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Bluetooth® technology allows dialing or receipt of calls without removing your
hands from the steering wheel or using a cable to connect the compatible
telephone and the system.
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Air conditioning/heating
Front air conditioning
Control panel
Windshield defogger
Front fan speed
Display
Temperature selector (front passenger side)
Air Conditioning ON/OFF
Recirculated cabin air (outside air when OFF)
Rear fan speed
Synchronizes driver, front passenger and rear temperature settings
Temperature selector (rear)
Rear airflow vent
Rear button indicator display
Front fan ON/OFF
Automatic climate control ON
Adjusting the temperature setting will cause the airflow vents, air intake and
fan to adjust automatically.
Temperature selector (driver side)
Airflow vent
In “
” mode, use outside air (“
” indicator “OFF”) to reduce window
fogging. “ ” mode uses fresh air only.
Outside rearview mirror/Rear window defogger and windshield wiper de-icer
(if equipped)
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Rear automatic air conditioning
OVERVIEW
Fan speed
Temperature selector
Automatic climate control ON
Airflow vent
Climate control OFF
Front
passenger’s seat
Driver’s seat
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Seat heaters (if equipped)
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
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FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Rear seat entertainment system
(if equipped)
Front audio
No. Blu-ray / DVD player
Name
No.
Display
Headphone jacks and headphone volume control
120V AC Power outlets
Remote control
AV input port
HDMI port
Name
Refer to Section 7 of the Sienna Owner’s Navigation Manual for more information.
Enhanced VSC OFF button
Enhanced VSC
OFF button
The Enhanced VSC OFF button is used to switch between modes related to the
TRAC and Enhanced VSC functions.
Refer to Section 4-5 of the Owner’s Manual for more information.
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Hill-start Assist Control (HAC)
(if equipped)
OVERVIEW
Brake
pedal
HAC helps prevent rolling backwards on an incline. To engage, push further down
on brake pedal while at a complete stop until a beep sounds and slip indicator
illuminates. HAC holds for approximately 2 seconds after releasing brake pedal.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Garage door opener (HomeLink®)*
(if equipped)
Garage door openers manufactured under license from HomeLink®* can be
programmed to operate garage doors, estate gates, security lighting, etc.
For programming assistance, contact HomeLink® at 1-800-355-3515, or visit
http://www.homelink.com.
* HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Gentex Corporation.
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Refer to “Garage door opener,” Section 3-8 in the Owner’s Manual, for more
details.
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Power outlets-12V DC
Instrument panel
Type B
Type A
Luggage compartment
Ignition/“ENGINE START STOP” switch must be in “ACC” or “ON” position for use.
Power outlets-120V AC (if equipped)
Console box
Type A
Type B
Luggage compartment
Ignition/“ENGINE START STOP” switch must be in the “ON” position for use.
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Bottle holders
Front doors
OVERVIEW
Sliding doors
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
NOTE: Do not place open containers in the bottle holders.
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
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FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Cup holders
Instrument panel
Console box (if equipped)
Front
Rear
Type A
Type B
Second center seat (if equipped)
Third row area
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Door locks
OVERVIEW
Unlock Lock
Doors-Child safety locks
Rear door
Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Moving the lever downward will allow the door to be opened only from the outside.
Push up, or squeeze
lock release to lower
Child restraint anchors
Second seat 7
passenger models
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Third seats
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Second seat 8
passenger models
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Seat belts
Take up slack
Too high
Keep as low on
hips as possible
NOTE: If a passenger’s seat belt is fully extended, then retracted even slightly,
the Automatic locking retractor (ALR) will prevent it from being re-extended
beyond that point, unless fully retracted again. This feature is used to help hold
child restraint systems securely.
To find more information about seat belts, and how to install a child restraint
system, refer to the Owner’s Manual.
Tire Pressure Monitoring (warning)
System
System reset initialization
1. Push and hold “
SET” button
until the indicator blinks three
times.
2. Wait a few minutes to allow
initialization to complete.
After adjusting tire pressures, or after tires have been rotated or replaced, turn
the ignition switch to “ON” and press and hold the “ SET” button until indicator
blinks three times. Let the vehicle sit for a few minutes to allow initialization to
complete.
Refer to the load label on the door jamb or the Owner’s Manual for tire inflation
specifications.
If the tire pressure indicator flashes for more than 60 seconds and then remains on,
take the vehicle to your local Toyota dealer.
NOTE: The warning light may come on due to temperature changes or changes
in tire pressure from natural air leakage. If the system has not been initialized
recently, setting the tire pressures to factory specifications should turn off the
light.
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Spare tire & tools
Tool and spare tire location
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Tire bag
Jack
Wheel nut wrench
Socket adapter
Tire strap
Jack handle
Spare tire
OVERVIEW
All-Wheel Drive models are equipped with run-flat tires. Refer to the Owner’s
Manual for more details.
Removing the spare tire
Two-wheel drive models
Turn
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for jack positioning and tire changing procedures.
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Socket adapter
Spare tire clamp bolt
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Star Safety SystemTM
All new Toyota vehicles come standard with the Star Safety SystemTM, which
combines Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Anti-lock
Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA)
and Smart Stop Technology (SST).
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
VSC helps prevent loss of traction during cornering by reducing engine power and
applying brake force to selected wheels.
Toyota’s VSC monitors steering angle and the direction your vehicle is traveling.
When it senses that the front or rear wheels begin to lose traction, VSC reduces
engine power and applies braking to selected wheels. This helps restore traction
and vehicle control.
Traction Control (TRAC)
VSC helps prevent loss of traction during cornering by reducing engine power, and
Traction Control helps maintain traction on loose gravel and wet, icy, or uneven
surfaces by applying brake force to the spinning wheel(s).
Toyota’s TRAC sensors are activated when one of the drive wheels starts to slip.
TRAC limits engine output and applies the brakes to the spinning wheel. This
transfers power to the wheels that still have traction to help keep you on track.
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
ABS helps prevent brakes from locking up by “pulsing” brake pressure to each
wheel. This limits brake lockup and helps provide directional control for the
current road conditions.
Toyota’s ABS sensors detect which wheels are locking up and limits wheel lockup
by “pulsing” each wheel’s brakes independently. Pulsing releases brake pressure
repeatedly for fractions of a second. This helps the tires attain the traction that
current road conditions will allow, helping you to stay in directional control.
Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD)
Toyota’s ABS technology has Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) to help
maintain control and balance when braking. Abrupt stops can cause a vehicle
to tilt forward, reducing the braking power of the rear wheels. EBD responds to
sudden stops by redistributing brake force to enhance the braking effectiveness of
all four wheels.
Brake Assist (BA)
Brake Assist is designed to detect sudden or “panic” braking, and then add braking
pressure to help decrease the vehicle’s stopping distance. When there’s only a
split second to react, Brake Assist can add additional brake pressure more quickly
than just the driver alone can.
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Smart Stop Technology (SST)
SST engages when the accelerator is depressed first and the brakes are applied
firmly for longer than one-half second at speeds greater than five miles per hour.
OVERVIEW
Smart Stop Technology automatically reduces engine power when the accelerator
and brake pedals are pressed simultaneously under certain conditions.
SST doesn’t engage if the brake pedal is depressed before the accelerator pedal,
allowing vehicles to start on a steep hill and safely accelerate without rolling
backward.
Floor mat installation
There are two types of Toyota floor mats: carpeted and all-weather. Each vehicle
has model-specific floor mats. Installation is easy.
To keep your floor mat properly positioned, follow these steps:
Always align the
marks
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
• Only use floor mats designed for your specific model.
• Use only one floor mat at a time, using the retaining hooks to keep the mat in
place.
• Install floor mats right side up.
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
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BLUETOOTH® DEVICE PAIRING
SECTION
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BLUETOOTH® DEVICE PAIRING
To begin the Bluetooth® Pairing process, press the HOME button on the
faceplate of your Toyota Vehicle Entune™ Multimedia Head Unit.1
Bluetooth® Pairing for Android® phone
and Entune™ touch screen system
Pairing your phone is the first step in connecting with your Toyota for hands-free
calling and for audio streaming via Bluetooth. This pairing process is quick and
easy: all Android mobile digital devices have Bluetooth integrated; all you have to
do is setup the phone and multimedia system to “talk” to each other and form a
connection.2
Initiate Bluetooth® on your Android®
STEP 1
From your APPS
SCREEN, select
SETTINGS.
STEP 2
Select
CONNECTIONS and
select BLUETOOTH.
STEP 3
STEP 4
Ensure
BLUETOOTH
is ON.
Select YOUR PHONE
DEVICE to make it
discoverable.
Phone will seek out
Bluetooth devices while
remaining discoverable.
STEP 5
While your Android device is seeking
out Bluetooth devices, proceed to
your Entune Multimedia Head Unit on
your Toyota vehicle.
1 To determine which head unit is installed in your vehicle, refer to the Audio section in this guide.
2 Some Android devices may have slightly different SETTINGS screen layout depending on manufacturer of
device and Android OS version.
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Initiate Bluetooth® on your Entune™ Multimedia Head Unit
Once you have Bluetooth enabled on your phone and ready to pair, you will need
to initiate Bluetooth on your Entune head unit. Please follow the instructions
below to pair your Bluetooth enabled phone to your Entune system.
STEP 6
On your Toyota Vehicle
Entune Multimedia Head Unit,
Select SETUP BUTTON on the
Home Screen.
STEP 9
Back on your smartphone,
you can now select your
TOYOTA VEHICLE in
Bluetooth Settings.
STEP 7
STEP 8
Select BLUETOOTH.
STEP 10
Select ADD, to add your
phone device.
STEP 11
Your smartphone is now
paired with Entune.
You may need to enter the provided
Bluetooth PIN on your phone.
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Once paired, Entune will
attempt to connect audio and
contacts on your phone.
BLUETOOTH® DEVICE PAIRING
Initiate Bluetooth® on your Entune™ Multimedia Head Unit
STEP 12
STEP 13
Using your smartphone, you
will need to allow Entune
access to your messaging
and contacts.
A confirmation will
appear once your phone
has been paired and
connected.
It is recommended to check the
“Don’t ask again” box, so as not
to have to press OK every time the
phone makes a Bluetooth connection
with your Toyota
Additional Resources
If you’re having trouble pairing your phone, Toyota has you covered. You can get
more information from the following sources:
Online Pairing Guide:
www.toyota.com/connect
Your Toyota Owner’s Manual
Located in the vehicle glovebox
Toyota Customer
Experience Center
(800) 331-4331
Disclosures
This brochure is accurate at the time of print; content subject to change based on periodic multimedia software updates.
1. Concentrating on the road should always be your first priority while driving. Do not use the hands-free phone system if it
will distract you.
2. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Toyota is under license. A compatible Bluetooth enabled phone must first be paired. Phone performance depends on
software, coverage & carrier.
3. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
4. Apps/services vary by phone/carrier; functionality depends on many factors. Select apps use large amounts of data; you
are responsible for charges. Apps & services subject to change. See Toyota.com/entune for details.
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Bluetooth® Pairing for iPhone® and
Entune™ touch screen system
Pairing your phone is the first step in connecting with your Toyota for hands-free
calling and for audio streaming via Bluetooth. This pairing process is quick and
easy: all iPhone mobile digital devices have Bluetooth integrated; all you have to
do is setup the phone and multimedia system to “talk” to each other and form a
connection.
Initiate Bluetooth® on your iPhone®
STEP 1
From the HOME
SCREEN, select
SETTINGS.
STEP 2
Select BLUETOOTH.
STEP 3
STEP 4
Ensure
BLUETOOTH
is ON.
Your iPhone will seek
out Bluetooth devices
while remaining
discoverable.
STEP 5
While your iPhone device is seeking
out Bluetooth devices, proceed to
your Entune Multimedia Head Unit on
your Toyota vehicle.
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BLUETOOTH® DEVICE PAIRING
Initiate Bluetooth® on your Entune™ Multimedia Head Unit
Once you have Bluetooth enabled on your phone and ready to pair, you will need
to initiate Bluetooth on your Entune head unit. Please follow the instructions
below to pair your Bluetooth enabled phone to your Entune system.
STEP 6
Select SETUP BUTTON on the
Home Screen.
STEP 9
Back on your smartphone,
you can now select your
TOYOTA VEHICLE in
Bluetooth Settings.
STEP 7
STEP 8
Select BLUETOOTH.
STEP 10
Select ADD, to add your
phone device.
STEP 11
Your smartphone is now
paired with Entune.
You may need to enter the provided
Bluetooth PIN on your phone.
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Once paired, Entune will
attempt to connect audio and
contacts on your phone.
STEP 12
STEP 13
Using your smartphone, you may need to
allow Entune access to your messaging
and contacts.
A confirmation will
appear once your phone
has been paired and
connected.
Only current iPhone text messages can be viewed on
the head unit. iPhone does not allow text message
reply.
Additional Resources
If you’re having trouble pairing your phone, Toyota has you covered. You can get
more information from the following sources:
Online Pairing Guide:
www.toyota.com/connect
Your Toyota Owner’s Manual
Located in the vehicle glovebox
Toyota Customer
Experience Center
(800) 331-4331
Disclosures
This brochure is accurate at the time of print; content subject to change based on periodic multimedia software updates.
1. Concentrating on the road should always be your first priority while driving. Do not use the hands-free phone system if it
will distract you.
2. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Toyota is under license. A compatible Bluetooth enabled phone must first be paired. Phone performance depends on
software, coverage & carrier.
3. Apps/services vary by phone/carrier; functionality depends on many factors. Select apps use large amounts of data; you
are responsible for charges. Apps & services subject to change. See Toyota.com/entune for details.
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BLUETOOTH® DEVICE PAIRING
Bluetooth® Pairing for Windows Phone®
and Entune™ touch screen system
Pairing your phone is the first step in connecting with your Toyota for hands-free
calling and for audio streaming via Bluetooth. This pairing process is quick and
easy: all Windows Phone mobile digital devices have Bluetooth integrated; all you
have to do is setup the phone and multimedia system to “talk” to each other and
form a connection.
Initiate Bluetooth® on your Windows Phone®
STEP 1
From your APP LIST,
select SETTINGS.
STEP 2
Select BLUETOOTH.
STEP 3
STEP 4
Ensure
BLUETOOTH
is ON.
Phone will seek out
Bluetooth devices
while remaining
discoverable.
STEP 5
While your iPhone device is seeking
out Bluetooth devices, proceed to
your Entune Multimedia Head Unit on
your Toyota vehicle.
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Initiate Bluetooth® on your Entune™ Multimedia Head Unit
Once you have Bluetooth® enabled on your phone and ready to pair, you will need
to initiate Bluetooth® on your Entune head unit. Please follow the instructions
below to pair your Bluetooth enabled phone to your Entune system.
STEP 6
On your Toyota Vehicle
Entune Multimedia Head Unit,
Select SETUP BUTTON on the
Home Screen.
STEP 9
Back on your smartphone,
you can now select your
TOYOTA VEHICLE in
Bluetooth Settings.
STEP 7
STEP 8
Select BLUETOOTH.
STEP 10
Select ADD, to add your
phone device.
STEP 11
Your smartphone is now
paired with Entune.
You may need to enter the provided
Bluetooth PIN on your phone.
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Once paired, Entune will
attempt to connect audio and
contacts on your phone.
BLUETOOTH® DEVICE PAIRING
Initiate Bluetooth® on your Entune™ Multimedia Head Unit
STEP 12
STEP 13
Using your smartphone,
you may need to allow
Entune access to your
contacts.
A confirmation will
appear that your phone
has been paired and
connected.
Additional Resources
If you’re having trouble pairing your phone, Toyota has you covered. You can get
more information from the following sources:
Online Pairing Guide:
www.toyota.com/connect
Your Toyota Owner’s Manual
Located in the vehicle glovebox
Toyota Customer
Experience Center
(800) 331-4331
Disclosures
This brochure is accurate at the time of print; content subject to change based on periodic multimedia software updates.
1. Concentrating on the road should always be your first priority while driving. Do not use the hands-free phone system if it
will distract you.
2. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Toyota is under license. A compatible Bluetooth enabled phone must first be paired. Phone performance depends on
software, coverage & carrier.
3. Apps/services vary by phone/carrier; functionality depends on many factors. Select apps use large amounts of data; you
are responsible for charges. Apps & services subject to change. See Toyota.com/entune for details.
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NOTES
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2016
Sienna
NOTES
This Quick Reference Guide is a summary of basic vehicle operations.
It contains brief descriptions of fundamental operations so you can
locate and use the vehicle’s main equipment quickly and easily.
The Quick Reference Guide is not intended as a substitute for the
Owner’s Manual located in the vehicle’s glove box. We strongly
encourage you to review the Owner’s Manual and supplementary
manuals so you will have a better understanding of the vehicle’s
capabilities and limitations.
Your dealership and the entire staff of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A.,
Inc. wish you many years of satisfied driving in your new Sienna.
A word about safe vehicle operations
This Quick Reference Guide is not a full description of Sienna
operations. Every Sienna owner should review the Owner’s
Manual that accompanies this vehicle.
Pay special attention to the boxed information highlighted in
color throughout the Owner’s Manual. Each box contains safe
operating instructions to help you avoid injury or equipment
malfunction.
All information in this Quick Reference Guide is current at the
time of printing. Toyota reserves the right to make changes at
any time without notice.
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