Toyota 2020 Tundra Quick Reference Guide

Toyota 2020 Tundra Quick Reference Guide
QUICK
REFERENCE
GUIDE
2020
2020
TUNDRA
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 your 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
your vehicle’s capabilities and limitations.
Your dealership and the entire staff of Toyota Motor North
America, Inc. wish you many years of satisfied driving in your
new Tundra.
A word about safe vehicle operations
This Quick Reference Guide is not a full description of Tundra operations.
Every Tundra 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.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Air conditioning/heating
18
Audio
20
Auto lock/unlock1
9
Automatic transmission
10
Bottle holders
28
Blind Spot Monitor with Rear
Cross Traffic Alert (BSM w/RCTA) 26
Cup holders
29
Door locks
11
Garage door opener (HomeLink®)3 28
Headlight leveling dial
13
Intuitive parking assist
27
Lights1 & turn signals
12
Mirrors-Power outside rear view
9
Moonroof
14
Multi-Information Display (MID)2
21
Parking brake
14
Power outlets-12V DC
22
Rear view monitor system
19
Seat adjustments-Front
16-17
Seat folding-Rear
17
Seat heaters/ventilators
19
Seats-Head restraints
17
Steering lock release
14
Steering wheel switches &
telephone controls (Bluetooth®)
23
Tilt & telescopic steering wheel
11
TOW/HAUL switch
25
1
2
3
24
24
20
21
26
15
15
13
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE™ P (TSS-P)
Automatic High Beams (AHB)
40
Dynamic Radar
Cruise Control (DRCC)
37-39
Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
33-36
Pre-Collision System with
Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD) 31-33
Quick overviewToyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)
30
Sensors
30
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Floor mat installation
Rear door child safety locks
Safety Connect
Seat belts
Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor
Spare tire & tools
Star Safety System
Trailer Sway Control
Tire Pressure Monitoring
(warning) System (TPMS)
BLUETOOTH® DEVICE
PAIRING SECTION
Visit your Toyota dealer for information on customizing this feature.
Programmable by customer. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for instructions and more information.
HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Gentex Corporation.­­
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45
42
42
41
41
43
44-45
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FEATURES & OPERATIONS
8
7
8
4-5
4
2-3
8
6
7
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Engine maintenance
Fuel tank door release & cap
Hood release
Indicator symbols
Instrument cluster
Instrument panel
Instrument panel light control
Keyless entry1
Smart Key system1,2
FEATURES & OPERATIONS (continued)
Trailer brake controller
Two & four-wheel drive selector
USB charge-ports
USB media port
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
OFF switch
Window-Power back
Windows-Power
Windshield wipers & washers
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46-48
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW
INDEX
OVERVIEW
Instrument panel
Audio control switches2
Voice command switch2
Meter control switches
Dynamic Radar
Cruise Control (DRCC)
Vehicle-to-vehicle
distance switch
Dynamic Radar Cruise
Control (DRCC) switch
Telephone controls2
Steering wheel controls
Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
switch
Multi-Information Display (MID)
Meters
Headlight/turn signal/
front fog light1 control
Headlight leveling dial
Personal/Interior lights main switch
Power rearview mirror controls1
Parking brake
Hood lock release lever
Power tilt and telescopic steering
control switch1
Cargo lamp main switch
Automatic High Beam (AHB) switch
Power back window switch1
Tilt and telescopic steering lock release lever1
(below the steering wheel)
2
If equipped.
For details, refer to the “Navigation and Multimedia System Owner’s Manual” or
visit www.toyota.com/audio-multimedia for additional resources.
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OVERVIEW
1
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
NOTE: Instrument panel features depend on the seat option, split seats or bench.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
Windshield wiper and washer control
Automatic transmission shift lever1
Two and four-wheel drive selector1
Emergency flasher switch
Air conditioning/heating controls1
USB charging ports
VSC OFF switch
Automatic shift lever1
Ignition
switch1
TOW/HAUL switch1
“ENGINE
START
STOP”
switch1
Trailer brake controller1
Tire Pressure Monitoring (warning)
System (TPMS) reset switch
3
Power outlte-12V DC
Intuitive parking assist switch1
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
USB port2
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Audio/Navigation system2
OVERVIEW
Instrument cluster
Outside temperature display
Voltmeter
Oil pressure gauge
Speedometer
Tachometer
Fuel gauge
Instrument panel light control button
ODO/TRIP display switch
Shift position and range display
Engine coolant temperature gauge
Multi-Information Display
Odometer and trip meter display
Service indicators and reminders
Indicator symbols
For details, refer to “Indicators and warning lights,” Section 2, 2020 Owner’s
Manual.
AIR BAG ON and
AIR BAG OFF indicators1
Air bag SRS warning1
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
warning1
Arrow direction indicates fuel
tank door position
AUTO Limited Slip Differential
(LSD) indicator1
Automatic High Beam (AHB)
indicator
Blind Spot Monitor (BSM)
indicator4
BSM outside rearview mirror
indicators4
4
BSM w/Rear Cross Traffic Alert
(RCTA)4
Brake Override System/
Drive-Start Control warning
Pre-Collision System (PCS)
warning1,2
Brake system warning1
Security indicator
Charging system warning1
Slip indicator1,3
Constant speed cruise control
indicator/Constant speed
cruise control SET indicator
OVERVIEW
Parking brake indicator1,2
TOW/HAUL mode indicator
Trailer connection indicator4 (green)­
Driver/Front passenger’s seat belt
reminder (alarm will sound if speed is
over 12 mph)
Turn signal indicator
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)­
OFF indicator1
Fog light indicator
Headlight low/high beam
indicators
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
TRAC OFF indicator1
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
(DRCC) indicator/DRCC SET
indicator
High engine coolant
temperature warning
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
High/Low speed four-wheel
drive indicator4
Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
indicator [Green/Yellow3]
Low fuel level warning
Low outside temperature
indicator
Low Tire Pressure Warning1
Low windshield washer fluid
warning
Malfunction/Check Engine indicator1
1
If the indicator does not turn off within a few seconds of starting the engine, there may be a
malfunction. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer.
2 If the indicator flashes, there may be a malfunction. Refer to the Owner’s Manual.
3 If the indicator flashes, it indicates that the system is operating.
4 If equipped.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Master warning1,2
OVERVIEW
Keyless entry
UNLOCKING OPERATION
Smart Key
Carry Smart
Key remote
Push
Front door unlock*
Grasp
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.
LOCKING OPERATION
Smart Key
Carry Smart
Key remote
All-door lock
Touch
Push
PANIC BUTTON
Smart Key
Push and hold
* Driver door unlocking function can be programmed to unlock driver door only,
or all doors. In some models, grasping front passenger door handle will unlock all
doors.
Please refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details on how to program the doors.
NOTE: Doors may also be locked/unlocked using remote.
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START FUNCTION
NOTE: The Smart Key must be carried to enable the start function. With the
gear shift lever in Park and the brake pedal depressed, push the “ENGINE
START STOP” switch.
POWER (WITHOUT STARTING ENGINE)
Without depressing the brake pedal, pressing the “ENGINE START STOP” switch
will change the operation mode in succession from:
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
OVERVIEW
Smart Key system
Off - All systems OFF. Emergency flashers can be used.
On - All electrical components can be used.
Fuel tank door release & cap
Store
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Accessory – Some electrical components can be used.
Pull
NOTE: Tighten until one click is heard.
If the cap is not tightened enough,
Check Engine “
” indicator may
illuminate.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Turn to open
OVERVIEW
Instrument panel light control
Brightness control
Hood release
Pull up latch and
raise hood
Pull
Engine maintenance
Windshield washer fluid tank
Engine oil level dipstick
Engine coolant reservoir
Engine oil filler cap
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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Automatic door locks can be programmed to operate in different modes, or turned
OFF.
Shift position linked door locking/unlocking function
Doors lock when shifting from Park.
Doors unlock when shifting into Park.
OVERVIEW
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Auto lock/unlock
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
Mirrors-Power outside rear view (if equipped)
ADJUST AND FOLD
Type A
Type B
Type A Folding from inside (if equipped)
Adjusting mirrors
Select left
or right
Adjust up,
down, left
and right
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Driver’s door linked door unlocking function
Doors unlock within 10 seconds after the engine switch is turned to “OFF” and
driver’s door is opened.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Speed linked door locking function
Doors lock when the vehicle speed goes above approximately 12 mph (20 km/h).
EXTEND (IF EQUIPPED)
Type B
Mirrors can be manually slid outward to improve visibility while towing.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Key must be in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Automatic transmission
FLOOR SHIFT TYPE
+ (“S” mode)
Park*
Reverse
Neutral
Drive
- (“S” mode)
N
“S” mode
COLUMN SHIFT TYPE
+ (“S” mode)
Park*
Reverse
Neutral
Drive
- (“S” mode)
N
“S” mode
* The engine switch must be in the “ON” position (without Smart Key)/“IGNITION
ON” mode (with Smart Key) and the brake pedal depressed to shift from Park.
“S” (SEQUENTIAL) MODE
Shift the shift lever to “S” position from “D” position.
Floor shift type:
+ : Upshift (push and release)
- : Downshift (pull and release)
Column shift type:
+ : Upshift (push and release)
- : Downshift (push 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.
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MANUAL (IF EQUIPPED)
Tilt steering wheel
Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
Angle
OVERVIEW
Tilt & telescopic steering wheel
Length
Lock release lever
Lock release lever
Hold wheel, push lever down, set angle and length, and return lever.
POWER (IF EQUIPPED)
Angle
Up
Away from
the driver
Length
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Angle
Toward the
driver
Control switch
Push the control switch, set angle and length.
NOTE: Do not attempt to adjust while the vehicle is in motion.
When ignition key removed, the steering wheel moves up and away
from driver and stows, but returns to it’s position when key is inserted
(power-adjustable type).
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Down
Door locks
Front passenger side
Unlock
Lock
Lock
Unlock
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Driver side
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Lights & turn signals
HEADLIGHTS
Low beam
Headlights
Parking lights
High beam
Auto
High beam
flasher
DRL OFF
or
Automatic High Beam*
Daytime Running Light system (DRL) Automatically turns on under certain
conditions to make vehicle more visible to other drivers. Not for use at night.
Automatic light cut off system (AUTO) Automatically turns lights off after 30
second delay, or lock switch on remote is pushed after locking.
Automatic High Beam system (AHB) Automatically switches between high
and low beams as appropriate to enhance vision at night.
Refer to Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) in this guide or the Owner’s Manual for
more details on the Automatic High Beam feature.
* Operating conditions must be met. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for details.
FOG LIGHTS (IF EQUIPPED)
ON
OFF
Turn
Front fog lights come on only when the headlights are on low beam.
TURN SIGNALS
Right turn
Lane change
Lane change
Left turn
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OVERVIEW
Headlight leveling dial
Raise
Lower
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Windshield wipers & washers
WITH INTERMITTENT WIPER
Adjust frequency*
Mist
Pull to wash
and wipe
OFF
Interval wipe
Slow
* Intermittent windshield wiper frequency adjustment Rotate to increase/
decrease wipe frequency.
WITHOUT INTERMITTENT WIPER
Mist
Pull to wash
and wipe
OFF
Slow
2
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Fast
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Fast
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FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Moonroof (if equipped)
SLIDING OPERATION
TILTING OPERATION
Tilt
Open
Close
Close
Push once to open/close completely.
Lightly press either side of the moonroof switch while opening/tilting is in progress,
the moonroof stops partway.
Parking brake
Set: Depress
Release: Depress again
Steering lock release
Without Smart Key system
Turn
With Smart Key system
Turn
Turn
Push
When starting the engine, the engine
switch may seem stuck in the OFF. To
free it, turn the key while turning the
steering wheel slightly left and right.
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A message will be displayed on the
multi-information display.
Check that the shift lever is in P. Press
the engine switch while turning the
steering wheel left and right.
Driver side (Type A)
OVERVIEW
Windows-Power
Driver side (Type B)
Up
Up
Down
Window lock switch
All window up/down (passenger side for some models and driver side) Push
the switch completely down or pull it completely up and release to fully open or
close.* To stop window part way, lightly push the switch in the opposite direction.
Window lock switch Deactivates all passenger windows. Driver’s window remains
operable.
* Not all models are equipped with one-touch close function.
Window-Power back (if equipped)
Double cab model
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Down
CrewMax model
Close
Open
Close
Open
CrewMax model
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Double cab model
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Seat adjustments-Front (if equipped)
MANUAL SEAT
Split seat (passenger side)
Seatback angle
Seat position (forward/backward)
Bench seat
Seatback angle (center)
Seatback angle
Seat position (forward/backward)
POWER - DRIVER’S SEAT
Seat position (forward/backward)
Seat cushion length (if equipped)
Seat cushion (front) angle
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Seatback angle
Seat height
Lumbar support
OVERVIEW
POWER - PASSENGER’S SEAT
Lumbar support
Seatback angle
Seat folding-Rear
(3) Lift up
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Seat position (forward/backward)
(2)
(1)
Seats-Head restraints
Front
Rear-Center seat (Double Cab models)
(2)
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Pull
(2)
(1)
(1)
Lock release button
Rear-Center seat (CrewMax models)
Rear-Outer seat
To use
To fold
(2)
(1)
Lock release button
Lock release button
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Lock release button
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Air conditioning/heating
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING (IF EQUIPPED)
Recirculate cabin air
(outside air when OFF)
Air Conditioning ON/OFF
Fan speed
Select for maximum cooling. Air intake
will automatically be set to recirculate.
Outside rear view mirrors defogger*,
wiper de-icer* or back window
defogger**
Airflow vent selector
Temperature selector
*If equipped
**CrewMax models only
AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING (IF EQUIPPED)
Automatic climate control ON
Outside rear view mirrors defogger*,
Adjusting the temperature setting will
wiper de-icer* or back window defogger**
cause the airflow vents, air intake and
Synchronize temperature
fan to adjust automatically
settings for driver and passenger.
Windshield defogger
to set temperature.
(outside air only)
Climate control OFF
Air conditioning ON/OFF
Temperature selector
(front passenger’s side)
Temperature selector
(driver’s side)
Recirculate cabin air
(outside air when OFF)
*If equipped
**CrewMax models only
Airflow vent mode
Fan speed
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OVERVIEW
Seat heaters/ventilators
SEAT HEATERS (IF EQUIPPED)
Hi
Mid
Low
Off
SEAT HEATERS & VENTILATORS (IF EQUIPPED)
Seat heaters
Hi
Driver seat
Seat ventilators
Mid
Low
Off
Hi
Front
passenger seat
Driver seat
Mid
Low
Off
Front
passenger seat
The engine switch must be in the “ON” position (without Smart Key) / ”IGNITION
ON” mode (with Smart Key) for use.
Rear view monitor system
The rear view monitor system displays an image of the view from the bumper of
the rear area of the vehicle. The camera for the rear view monitor system is located
above the license plate.
To adjust the image on the rear view monitor screen, press the “MENU” button and
select “Display”. Select “Camera” to adjust the screen contrast and brightness.
Refer to the Navigation and Multimedia System Owner’s Manual for limitations and
more details on this system.
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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Front passenger seat
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Driver seat
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Audio
Touch screen display
Push to turn
ON/OFF, turn to
adjust volume
Turn to tune
radio stations
manually or
select tracks or
files
Push to display
home screen
Seek station/
track/file select
Push to display
“MENU” screen
Press to display
the audio/visual
system screen
Push to access
hands-free
system
Press to display
the map screen
Press to display
the Toyota apps
screen
Refer to the “Navigation and Multimedia System Owner’s Manual” or visit
www.toyota.com/audio-multimedia for additional resources.
USB charging-ports
Charge only
The engine switch must be in the “ACC” or “ON” position (without Smart Key) /
“ACCESSARY” or ”IGNITION ON” mode (with Smart Key) for use.
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Connecting a compatible device and cable into the USB media port will support
charging and music playback through the audio multimedia system.
Multi-Information Display (MID)
Enter/Set:
Press to enter/set,
press and hold to
reset
“ ” and “
”
Press to select an item/change
pages
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
OVERVIEW
USB media port
Switch menus/Display top screen
Push “DISP” to scroll through the following:
Drive information
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Return to
previous screen
Navigation system-linked display including compass display (if equipped)
Audio system-linked display
Warning message display
Settings display
Refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete details.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Vehicle information
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Power outlets-12V DC
Key must be in the “ACC” or “ON” position to use.
Instrument panel (Type A)
Back of the front center seatback (Type B)
Back of the front center seatback (Type C)
Inside of console box (Type D)
Back of the console box (Type E)
Back of the console box (Type F)
The engine switch must be in the “ACC” or “ON” position (without Smart Key) /
“ACCESSARY” or ”IGNITION ON” mode (with Smart Key) for use.
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OVERVIEW
Steering wheel switches
& telephone controls (Bluetooth®)
Steering wheel telephone switches
“
”
“-,
Use to search within the selected
audio feature.
+”
Volume control
Voice command switch
Microphone
Microphone location may vary by vehicle.
Bluetooth® technology allows dialing or receipt of calls without removing your
hands from the steering wheel.
Refer to the Bluetooth® device pairing in this guide or the Navigation and
Multimedia System Owner’s Manual for additional user instructions.
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
NOTE: Concentrating on the road should always be your first priority while
driving. Do not use the Audio Multimedia System if it will distract you.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
• End a call
• Refuse a call
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
• Make a call
• Receive a call
• Display “Phone” screen
“MODE/HOLD”
Push and hold to mute or pause current
operation or change audio source.
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FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Two & four-wheel drive selector (if equipped)
Turn
Push and turn
Turn
2WD
High speed (2WD) Normal driving on dry hard-surfaced roads.
4H
High speed (4WD) For driving only on roads that permit the tires to
slide, like off-road, icy or snow-covered roads.
4L
Low speed (4WD)
For maximum power and traction when climbing or descending steep
hills, off-road driving, and hard pulling in sand, mud or deep snow.
Shifting between “2WD” and “4H”
Reduce speed to less than 62 mph, then turn control to “2WD” or “4H.”
Shifting between “4H” and “4L”
When stopped shift to “N” position, then push and turn to “4L” from “4H.”
NOTE: For best fuel economy and performance under normal driving
conditions, keep in “2WD” position.
Trailer brake controller (if equipped)
Trailer
connector
indicator
Manual TRAILER
BRAKE OUTPUT slider
GAIN (+/-) selection button
Trailer brake type
The trailer brakes can be controlled by the Trailer brake controller via the 7-pin
connector. By selecting the type of brakes that are being used on the trailer
(electric or electric-over-hydraulic) and setting the gain for the controller, the
manual TRAILER BRAKE OUTPUT slider is used to slow just the trailer. The vehicle
brake pedal will also slow down as well as stop the trailer when applied. Gain
values, manual brake outputs, trailer brake types and the trailer connection status
are displayed in the multi-information display.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
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Floor shift type
Column shift type
System ON/OFF
OVERVIEW
TOW/HAUL switch (if equipped)
“Tow/Haul” mode is ideal for use when carrying heavy loads. When the TOW/HAUL
switch is pressed, throttle response and transmission control are optimized for the
high performance operation. As fuel economy is reduced while in “Tow/Haul” mode,
deactivating when driving without a load is recommended.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
System ON/OFF
ENGINE CONTROL
• Upshifts occur at higher engine speeds to expand the use of lower gear
ranges, enhancing power performance during towing and preventing
repeated gear changes.
• Downshifts occur at a greater accelerator pedal angle to allow the
vehicle to stay in a higher gear, reducing repeated gear changes.
• Downshifts occur at a lower accelerator pedal angle to allow the
vehicle to stay in a lower gear, enhancing towing ability.
• When the accelerator pedal is wide open, upshift timing is optimized to
effectively use the maximum engine power range available.
UPHILL/DOWNHILL SHIFT FEATURES
• During uphill driving, the gear position is held to prevent repeated upshifting.
• During downhill driving, downshifting to lower gears will occur to effectively use
engine braking.
Refer to the Owner‘s Manual for more details on this system before attempting to
use it.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
ENHANCED SHIFT CONTROL
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
When Tow/Haul is engaged, the opening angle of the electronically
controlled throttle is wider for any given accelerator pedal position than
normal, enhancing acceleration feeling and response.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) OFF switch
VSC OFF switch
The VSC OFF switch is used to switch between modes related to the TRAC, VSC
and Auto LSD functions.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for limitations and more details.
Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic
Alert (BSM w/RCTA) (if equipped)
Indicator
System ON/OFF
Indicator
Buzzer
Indicators
The BSM is a system that has two functions:
• The Blind Spot Monitor function (assists the driver in decision making when to
change lanes)
• The Rear Cross Traffic Alert function (assists the driver when backing up)
The system uses radar sensors to detect vehicles that are traveling in the Tundra’s
blind spot. If a vehicle is detected, the driver will be alerted via the outside rear
view side mirror indicators.
Rear Cross Traffic Alert function:
While in reverse, when a vehicle approaching from the right or left rear of the
vehicle is detected, the outside rear view mirror indicators flash.
Refer to the Owner‘s Manual for limitations and more details on this system before
attempting to use it.
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Rear
corner sensor
Rear
center sensor
Rear
corner sensor
The parking assist sonar system operates when the vehicle approaches an
obstacle. The distance from your vehicle to nearby obstacles when parallel parking
or maneuvering into a garage is measured by sensors and communicated via the
Multi-Information Display (MID) and audible beeps.
When the sensor detects an obstacle, the direction of and the approximate distance
to the obstacle are displayed on the MID display by illuminating continuously (far)
or blinking (near), and beeping sounds will switch from intermittent to continuous as
you approach and get closer to a detected obstacle. When the sensors detect two
or more obstacles, the audible alerts will respond to the nearest zone.
Always check the surrounding area when using this system.
Refer to “Intuitive parking assist” section in the Owner’s Manual for more details.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Front corner sensors
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
OVERVIEW
Intuitive parking assist (if equipped)
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Garage door opener (HomeLink®)* (if equipped)
HomeLink® indicator light
Opening/Closing indicator
Buttons
Garage door openers manufactured under license from HomeLink®* can be
programmed to operate garage doors, estate gates, security lighting, etc.
Refer to “Garage door opener,” Section 6-4 in the Owner’s Manual for more
details.
For programming assistance, contact HomeLink® at 1-800-355-3515, or visit
http://www.homelink.com/toyota.
* HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Gentex Corporation.
Bottle holders
Front door
Rear door (CrewMax models)
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FRONT SEAT
Bench seat - Front center seat
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Split seat - Center console
OVERVIEW
Cup holders
REAR SEAT
Bench seat - Double cab model
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Split seat - Double cab model
(Back of the center console box)
(Back of the center console box)
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
CrewMax model
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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE™
Quick overview-Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)
Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) is a set of active safety technologies designed
to help mitigate or prevent collisions across a wide range of traffic situations, in
certain conditions. TSS-P is designed to help support the driver’s awareness,
decision making and vehicle operation contributing to a safe driving experience.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for operation, setting adjustments, limitations and
more details to understand these functions and complete safety precautions. For
more information, please go to http://www.toyota.com/safety-sense
Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD)
PCS w/PD is designed to provide alert, mitigation, and/or avoidance
support in certain conditions, when the system detects a potential
collision with a preceding vehicle is likely to occur.
The advanced millimeter-wave radar sensor system is designed to
work with the camera sensor to help recognize a preceding pedestrian,
and provide an alert, mitigation and/or avoidance support in certain
conditions.
Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
LDA is designed to provide notification when the system detects an
unintended lane departure.
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)
DRCC is designed to help maintain a pre-set distance to a preceding vehicle
when the preceding vehicle is traveling at a lower speed.
Automatic High Beams (AHB)
AHB is designed to detect the headlights of oncoming vehicles and the tail
lights of preceding vehicles and switch between high beams and low beams
as appropriate.
Sensors
TSS-P combines an in-vehicle camera mounted in front of the inside rear view mirror
and a millimeter-wave radar mounted in the front grill. These sensors support the
driver assist systems.
Camera sensor
Radar sensor
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The Pre-Collision System uses a radar sensor and camera sensor to help detect a
vehicle or pedestrian in front of your vehicle.
As there is a limit to the degree of recognition accuracy and control performance
that this system can provide, do not overly rely on this system. This system will not
prevent collisions or lessen collision damage or injury in every situation. Do not use
PCS instead of normal braking operations under any circumstances. Do not attempt
to test the operation of the pre-collision system yourself, as the system may not
operate or engage, possibly leading to an accident. In some situations, such as
when driving in inclement weather such as heavy rain, fog, snow or a sandstorm or
while driving on a curve and for a few seconds after driving on a curve, a vehicle or
pedestrian may not be detected by the radar and camera sensors, preventing the
system from operating or engaging properly.
OVERVIEW
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian
Detection (PCS w/PD)
Pre-Collision Brake Assist
If the driver notices the hazard and brakes, the system may provide additional
braking force using Brake Assist. This system may prime the brakes and may apply
greater braking force in relation to how strongly the brake pedal is depressed.
Pre-Collision Braking
If the driver does not brake in a set time and the system determines that the
possibility of a frontal collision with a preceding vehicle is extremely high, the
system may automatically apply the brakes, reducing speed in order to help the
driver reduce the impact and in certain cases avoid the collision.
Refer to the Toyota Owner’s Manual for additional information on PCS w/PD
operation, settings adjustments, limitations, and precautions before attempting to
use it.
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Pre-Collision Warning
When the system determines that the possibility of a frontal collision is high, a
buzzer will sound and a warning message will be displayed on the Multi-Information
Display (MID) to urge the driver to take evasive action.
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Refer to the Toyota Owner’s Manual for a list of additional situations in which the
system may not operate properly.
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PCS PEDESTRIAN DETECTION
Under certain conditions, the PCS system included with the TSS-P package may
also help to detect a pedestrian in front of your vehicle using the in-vehicle camera
and front grille-mounted radar. The in-vehicle camera of PCS detects a potential
pedestrian based on size, profile, and motion of the detected pedestrian. However,
a pedestrian may not be detected depending on the conditions, including the
surrounding brightness and the motion, posture, size, and angle of the potential
detected pedestrian, preventing the system from operating or engaging.
Monocular camera sensor
Millimeter
wave radar
As part of the Pre-Collision System, this function is also designed to first provide an
alert and then automatic braking if needed.
Refer to the Toyota Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and information.
CHANGING PCS SENSITIVITY
Far
(1) Press “
” switches and select
Middle
(default)
Near
from the Multi-Information Display (MID).
(2) Press “
” switches and select “PCS” and then press “
”.
(3) Press “
” switches and select “Sensitivity” and then press “
” to select the
desired setting.
(4) Press “
” to go back to the menu. Also, use “
” to switch menus or display
top screen.
Note: PCS is enabled each time the engine switch is turned to Ignition On.
The system can be disabled/enabled and the alert timing of the system can be
changed. (Alert timing only, brake operation remains the same).
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(1) Press “
” switches and select
from the Multi-Information Display (MID).
(2) Press “
” switches and select “PCS” from the MID and then press “
(3) Press “
” switches and select “PCS” and then press “
”.
” to select the desired
setting ON/OFF.
(4) Press “
” to go back to the menu. Also, use “
” to switch menus or display
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
OVERVIEW
DISABLING PRE-COLLISION SYSTEM (PCS)
top screen.
LDA in TSS-P uses an in-vehicle camera designed to detect visible white and yellow
lane markers in front of the vehicle and the vehicle’s position on the road. If the
system determines that the vehicle is starting to unintentionally deviate from its lane,
the system alerts the driver with an audio and visual alert. When the alerts occur, the
driver must check the surrounding road situation and carefully operate the steering
wheel to move the vehicle back to the center part of their lane.
LDA is designed to function at speeds of approximately 32 mph (50 km/h) or higher
on relatively straight roadways.
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Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
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Refer to the Toyota Owner’s Manual for additional information on PCS operation,
settings adjustments, limitations, and precautions before attempting to use it.
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TURNING THE LDA SYSTEM ON/OFF
Press the LDA switch to turn the LDA system on. Depress again to turn it off.
Note: Operation of the LDA system and setting adjustments continues in the
same condition regardless of Ignition cycle until changed by the driver or the
system is reset.
Refer to the Toyota Owner’s Manual for additional information on LDA operation,
settings adjustments, limitations, and precautions before attempting to use it.
LANE DEPARTURE ALERT
LDA function display
Lane markers
Lane Departure Alert (LDA) indicator flashes orange when operating.
(1)
(2)
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The LDA function displays when the Multi-Information Display (MID) is switched to
the driving assist system information screen.
OVERVIEW
LANE DEPARTURE ALERT (CONTINUED)
(1) The system displays solid white lines on the LDA indicator when visible lane
markers on the road are detected. A side flashes orange to alert the driver when
the vehicle deviates from its lane.
Note: When operation conditions are no longer met, a function may be
temporarily canceled. However, when the operation conditions are met again,
operation of the function is automatically restored. For example, LDA may not
function on the side(s) where white/yellow lines are not detectable.
ADJUSTING LDA ALERT SENSITIVITY
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
(2) The system displays outlines on the LDA indicator when lane markers on the
road are not detected or the function is temporarily cancelled.
High - Is designed to warn approximately before the front
tire crosses the lane marker.
Normal - Is designed to warn approximately when the front
tire crosses the lane marker.
(1) Press “
” switches and select
from the Multi-Information Display (MID).
(2) Press “
” switches and select “LDA” and then press “
”.
(3) Press “
” switches and select “LDA sensitivity” and then press “
” to select
the desired setting.
(4) Press “
” to go back to the menu. Also, use “
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The driver can adjust the sensitivity of the LDA (warning) function from the
Multi-Information Display (MID) customization screen.
” to switch menus or display
Note: Operation of the LDA system and setting adjustments continues in the
same condition regardless of Ignition cycle until changed by the driver or the
system is reset.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
top screen.
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SWAY WARNING SYSTEM
Continuous lane deviations from
swaying.
Gentle swaying from driver’s
inattentiveness.
Acute steering wheel operation after the
number of operations decrease due to driver’s
inattentiveness.
SWS is a function of LDA and is designed to detect swaying based on the vehicle
location in the lane and the driver’s steering wheel operation. To help prevent
swaying, the system alerts the driver using a buzzer sound and a warning displays
in the MID.
DISABLING LDA SWAY WARNING SYSTEM
(1) Press “
” switches and select
(2) Press “
” switches and select the
(3) Press “
from the Multi-Information Display (MID).
setting function and then press “
” to go back to the menu. Also, use “
.”
” to switch menus or display
top screen.
ADJUSTING SWAY ALERT SENSITIVITY
(1) Press “
” switches and select
from the Multi-Information Display (MID).
(2) Press “
” switches and select “LDA” and then press “
”.
(3) Press “
” switches and select “SWAY warning sensitivity” and then press “
”
to select the desired setting.
(4) Press “
” to go back to the menu. Also, use “
” to switch menus or display
top screen.
Note: Operation of the LDA system and setting adjustments continues in the
same condition regardless of Ignition cycle until changed by the driver or the
system is reset.
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DRCC helps maintain a pre-set distance to a preceding vehicle when the preceding
vehicle is traveling at a lower speed. This mode is always selected first when the
cruise control button is depressed. Constant speed cruise control mode is also
available. DRCC is designed to function at speeds between approximately 30 to 110
MPH and is intended for highway use.
Set speed
OVERVIEW
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)
Indicators
Cruise control switch
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
vehicle-to-vehicle distance button
TURNING SYSTEM ON/OFF
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Display
(1)
Refer to page 39 for switching to Constant Speed (Cruise) Control Mode.
ADJUSTING SET SPEED
Resume2
(2)
(3)
Increase speed
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Push once: On
Push twice: Off
Cancel1
Set
” indicator will come on.
(1) Push the ON-OFF button. The “RADAR READY” and “
(2) Push the lever down to SET speed, push it up to Resume and pull it or depress
brake to Cancel.
(3) Push up to increase the set speed, push down to decrease (1 mph [1.6 km/h] or
1 km/h [0.6 mph] increments).
1 The
set speed may also be cancelled by depressing the brake pedal.
2 The set speed may be resumed once vehicle speed exceeds 25 mph (40 km/h).
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Decrease speed
Vehicle will cruise at a set speed, decelerate to maintain selected distance from a
slower vehicle traveling in front and accelerate back up to the selected speed if the
vehicle in front changes lanes or speeds up.
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ADJUSTING DISTANCE
LONG
MIDDLE
(default setting)
Preceding
vehicle mark
SHORT
To change the vehicle-tovehicle distance
Push the “
” button
to cycle through the
settings, which will change
progressively.
This mode employs a radar sensor to detect the presence of a preceding vehicle
up to approximately 328 ft (100 m) ahead, determines the current vehicle-to-vehicle
following distance and operates to maintain a preset following distance from the
vehicle ahead. These distances vary based on vehicle speed.
Note: Vehicle-to-vehicle distance will close in when traveling on long downhill
slopes.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Constant speed cruising when there are no vehicles ahead
The vehicle travels at the speed set by the driver. The desired vehicle-tovehicle distance can also be set by operating the vehicle-to-vehicle distance
control.
(2) Deceleration cruising and follow-up cruising when a preceding vehicle
driving slower than the set speed appears
When a vehicle is detected running ahead of you, the system automatically
decelerates your vehicle. When a greater reduction in vehicle speed is
necessary, the system applies the brakes (the brake lights will come on at this
time). The system will respond to changes in the speed of the vehicle ahead
in order to maintain the vehicle-to-vehicle distance set by the driver. A warning
tone warns you when the system cannot decelerate sufficiently to prevent your
vehicle from closing in on the vehicle ahead.
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Note: When your vehicle is too close to a vehicle ahead, and sufficient automatic
deceleration via the cruise control is not possible, the display will flash and the
buzzer will sound to alert the driver. An example of this would be if another driver
cuts in front of you while you are following a vehicle. Depress the brake pedal to
ensure an appropriate vehicle-to-vehicle distance.
SWITCHING TO CONSTANT SPEED (CRUISE) CONTROL MODE
(1)
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
(3) Acceleration when there are no longer any preceding vehicles driving slower than the set speed
The system accelerates until the set speed is reached. The system then
returns to constant speed cruising.
OVERVIEW
DRCC ADJUSTING DISTANCE (CONTINUED)
1.5 seconds
If you are already using DRCC “
”, push button again to turn the system off
SETTING CONSTANT SPEED (CRUISE) CONTROL
To adjust speed or cancel, see steps (2) and (3) of ADJUSTING SET SPEED on
page 37.
Refer to the Toyota Owner’s Manual for additional information on DRCC operation,
settings adjustments, limitations, and precautions before attempting to use it.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Note: When the engine is turned off, it will automatically default to DRCC.
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first, then push and hold button for at least 1.5 seconds to switch.
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Automatic High Beams (AHB)
(1)
(2)
AHB is a safety system designed to help drivers see more of what’s ahead at
nighttime while reducing glare for oncoming drivers. When enabled, AHB uses an
in-vehicle camera to help detect the headlights of oncoming vehicles and tail lights
of preceding vehicles, then automatically switches between high and low beams
as appropriate to provide the most light possible and enhance forward visibility.
By using high beams more frequently, the system may allow earlier detection of
pedestrians and obstacles.
Refer to the Toyota Owner’s Manual for additional information on AHB operation,
settings adjustments, limitations, and precautions before attempting to use it.
ACTIVATING THE AHB SYSTEM
(1) With the engine switch in IGNITION ON mode, turn the headlight switch to
“
” or “AUTO” position.
(2) Push lever away from you.
(3) Press the “
” switch.
The AHB indicator will come on when the headlights are turned on automatically
to indicate that the system is active.
Note: Pull the lever back toward you to turn the AHB system off.
The AHB indicator will turn off. To turn switch to “
high beam indicator “
” turns on.
” position and the manual
CONDITIONS WHERE AHB WILL TURN ON/OFF AUTOMATICALLY
When all of these conditions are met, high beams will be automatically turned on
(after approximately 1 second):
• Vehicle speed is above approximately 21 mph (34 km/h.)
• The area ahead of the vehicle is dark.
• There are no oncoming or preceding vehicles with headlights or tail lights turned
on.
• There are few street lights on the road ahead.
If any of these conditions occur, the system is designed to automatically turn off
high beams:
• Vehicle speed drops below approximately 17 mph (27 km/h.)
• The area ahead of the vehicle is not dark.
• Oncoming or preceding vehicles have headlights or tail lights turned on.
• There are many streetlights on the road ahead.
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Take up slack
Too high
OVERVIEW
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Seat belts
Ta b
Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor
Front seats
Rear seats (CrewMax models)
Push up, or squeeze
lock release to lower
Push up, or squeeze
lock release to lower
Tire Pressure Monitoring (warning) System (TPMS)
System reset initialization
1. Push and hold “
SET” button until
the indicator blinks three times.
2. Wait several 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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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
To find more information about seat belts, and how to install a child restraint
system, refer to the Owner’s Manual.
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
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.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Keep as low on
hips as possible
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Rear door child safety locks
CrewMax & double cab models
Unlock
Lock
Safety Connect (if equipped)
Microphone
“SOS” button
LED light indicators
Safety Connect is a subscription-based telematics service that uses Global
Positioning System (GPS) data and embedded cellular technology to provide safety
and security features to subscribers. Safety Connect is staffed with live agents at
the Toyota response center, which operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Services for subscribers include:
•
•
•
•
Automatic collision notification
Stolen vehicle locator
Emergency assistance (“SOS” button)
Enhanced roadside assistance
For additional information refer to the “Owner’s Manual” or visit www.Toyota.com/
connected-services.
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OVERVIEW
Spare tire & tools
TOOL LOCATION
CrewMax models
(behind the right rear seatback)
Tool bag
Double cab models
(under the right rear seats with storage box)
Double cab models
(under the right rear seats
without storage box)
Tool bag
Tool bag
Jack
Jack
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Jack
REMOVING THE SPARE TIRE
(2)
(3)
(1) Assemble the jack handle.
(2) Insert the jack handle end into the lowering screw.
(3) Turn the jack handle counterclockwise.
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(1)
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for tire changing and jack positioning procedures.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Star Safety System™
Your vehicle comes standard with the Star Safety SystemTM, which combines
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Brake Assist (BA), Electronic Brake-force
Distribution (EBD), Smart Stop Technology (SST), Traction Control (TRAC) and
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC).
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details and important information on limitations
to these systems.
ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS)
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.
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.
ELECTRONIC BRAKE FORCE DISTRIBUTION (EBD)
Toyota’s ABS technology has Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) to help
maintain control and balance when braking. EBD responds to sudden stops by
redistributing brake force to enhance the braking effectiveness of all four wheels.
SMART STOP TECHNOLOGY (SST)
Smart Stop Technology automatically reduces engine power when the accelerator
and brake pedals are pressed simultaneously under certain conditions.
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.
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.
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.
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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).
OVERVIEW
TRACTION CONTROL (TRAC)
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.
Trailer sway may occur when towing a trailer due to strong crosswinds, uneven and/
or winding road conditions or the driver’s steering input.
Trailer Sway Control uses sensors to detect trailer sway and then simultaneously
and automatically helps to suppress the swaying motion of the trailer by integrating
brake and engine torque control to reduce speed and to help quickly control the
swaying motion of the trailer.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Trailer Sway Control
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.
• Only use Toyota 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.
marks
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Always align the
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To keep your floor mat properly positioned, follow these steps:
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BLUETOOTH® DEVICE PAIRING
SECTION
Do not attempt the Bluetooth® Pairing process while driving.
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To begin the Bluetooth® Pairing process, press the HOME button on the faceplate of
your multimedia system.
Bluetooth® Pairing for your phone
Pairing your phone is the first step in connecting with your Toyota. This pairing
process is quick and easy. All you have to do is setup the phone and multimedia
system to form a connection.1
Audio / Audio Plus / Premium Audio
STEP 1
Press [MENU] on the audio system faceplate, then select "Setup" on display
screen.
iPhone bluetooth Menu
Android bluetooth Menu
STEP 2
Ensure Bluetooth is turned on for
your device.
STEP 3
Select "Bluetooth", then select
"Add New Device"on display
screen.
STEP 4
Select "Device Name".
STEP 5
Check the display on your smart
phone. Does the PIN XXXX
match the PIN displayed? If it
does select "Pair".
1 Some Android devices may have slightly different SETTINGS screen layout depending on manufacturer of device and Android OS version.
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BLUETOOTH® DEVICE PAIRING
Bluetooth® Pairing for your phone (cont.)
STEP 6 "Connecting" displays while
device is forming the connection
to your multimedia system.
STEP 7 Enable Notifications (text
message). While pairing your
phone a message will be
displayed:
"You may need to allow
message access on your
phone".
Note: You may also select
"Skip" on display screen to skip
enabling notifications. If skipped
proceed to Step 8.
iPhone
Android
STEP 8 Turn on "Show Notifications" for
STEP 9 A confirmation will appear once
iPhone or "ON" for Android.
your phone has been paired and
connected.
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