Toyota 2017 Land Cruiser Quick Reference Guide

Toyota 2017 Land Cruiser Quick Reference Guide
LAND CRUISER
2 0 1 7
CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE CENTER
1-800-331-4331
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Printed in U.S.A. 7/16
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2017
Initiate Bluetooth on your Entune Multimedia Head Unit
®
™
LAND CRUISER
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 Sales, U.S.A.,
Inc. wish you many years of satisfied driving in your new and
Cruiser.
STEP 12
Using your smartphone,
you may need to allow
Entune access to your
contacts.
STEP 13
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
A word about safe vehicle operations
This uick eference uide is not a full description of and Cruiser
operations. very and Cruiser owner should review the wner s anual 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.
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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OVERVIEW
FEATURES & OPERATIONS (continued)
Engine maintenance
9
Fuel tank door release and cap 8
Hood release
8
Indicator symbols
4-5
Instrument cluster
4
Instrument panel
2-3
Keyless entry1
6
Light control-Instrument panel
9
Smart Key system1,2
7
Seats-Tumbling 2nd row seats
Seats-Tumbling 3rd row seats
Steering lock release
Telephone controls (Bluetooth®)
Tilt & telescopic steering wheel
Windows-Power
Windshield wipers & washers
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Auto High Beams (AHB)
Dynamic Radar
Cruise Control (DRCC)
Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
Pedestrian Detection Function
Pre-Collision System (PCS)
Quick overviewToyota Safety Sense P
Sensors
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
38-39
36-38
33-35
33
31-32
BLUETOOTH® DEVICE
PAIRING SECTION
1 Visit your Toyota dealer for information on customizing this feature.
2 Programmable by customer. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for instructions and more information.
3 HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Gentex Corporation.
1
41
43
40
40
41
42
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
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30
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Doors-Child safety locks
Floor mat installation
Seat belts
Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor
Spare tire & tools
Star Safety System™
Tire Pressure Monitoring
(warning) System (TPMS)
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
13
14
11
26
25
18
18
40
44-53
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Automatic air
conditioning/heating
22-23
Audio
20-21
Auto lock/unlock1
10
Automatic transmission
10
Cooler box
28
Crawl Control
24
Cup holders
28
Door-Back
21
Door locks
26
Doors-Power sliding
16
Four-wheel drive
11
Garage door opener (HomeLink®)3 27
Lights1 & turn signals
17
Moon roof
19
Multi-Information Display (MID)2 25
Multi-terrain Monitor
24
Parking brake
28
Power outlets-12V DC
28
Power outlet-120V AC
29
Qi wireless charger
29
Rear seat entertainment system 27
Rear view mirror-Outside
19
Seat adjustments-Front
12
Seat adjustments-Rear
12
Seat ventilators/heaters
23
Seats-Head restraints
12
Seats-Stowing 3rd row seats
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OVERVIEW
INDEX
OVERVIEW
Instrument panel
Multi-Information
Display (MID) switches1
Talk switch2
Steering wheel
audio switches2
Dynamic Radar Cruise
Control (DRCC)
vehicle-to-vehicle
distance button
Lane Departure
Alert (LDA) switch
Telephone switches2
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
(DRCC)/Cruise control
Steering wheel controls
Windshield wiper and washer controls
Multi-terrain monitor switch (VIEW)2
Multi-Information Display (MID)
Meters
Headlight, turn signal & front fog light controls
Tilt and telescopic steering control switch
Power outside rear view mirror switches
Roll Sensing of Curtain
shield Airbag OFF switch
Fuel tank door release lever
Headlight cleaner switch
Hood lock release lever
Intuitive parking assist switch
Automatic High Beam (AHB) switch
Tire Pressure Monitoring
(warning) System reset switch
Pre-Collision System (PCS) switch
2
equipped
details, refer to the “Navigation System Owner’s Manual” and “2017 Entune™ Audio
Quick Reference Guide.”
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
2 For
OVERVIEW
1 If
“ENGINE START STOP” button (Smart Key)
Audio/Navigation2 system
Emergency flasher button
Audio system
Heated steering wheel switch
Front seat heater/ventilator switches
USB/AUX port
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Air conditioning and heating controls
Four-wheel drive
control switch
Shift lever
Crawl control
switch
Parking brake
POWER mode switch
Second start mode switch
Multi-terrain Select mode selector/
Crawl Control speed mode dial
Center differential lock/unlock switch
VSC OFF switch
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Turn Assist switch
OVERVIEW
Instrument cluster
Vehicles with a monochrome display
Multi-Information Display (MID)
Tachometer
Engine oil pressure gauge
Speedometer
Voltmeter
Shift position and range display
Fuel gauge
Odometer and trip meter display
Odometer/trip meter display change button
Instrument panel light control dial
Engine coolant temperature gauge
Service indicators and reminders
Indicator symbols
For details, refer to “Indicators and warning lights,” Section 2-2, 2017 Owner’s
Manual.
Master warning1,2
Malfunction/Check Engine indicator2
Low engine oil pressure warning
Charging system warning
Low Tire Pressure Warning
Front passenger seat belt reminder
(alarm will sound if speed is over 12 mph)
Open door warning
Driver seat belt reminder
(alarm will sound if speed is over 12 mph)
Airbag SRS warning1
4
Roll Sensing of Curtain shield
Airbag OFF indicator2
Parking brake indicator
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
indicator
Brake system warning2
Pre-Collision System warning2
Anti-lock Brake System warning2
Land Departure Alert indicator
OVERVIEW
Cruise control indicator/
Cruise control SET indicator
AIR BAG ON-OFF indicator
Slip indicator
Rear Cross Traffic
Alert indicator
Blind Spot Monitor outside rear
view mirror indicators2
Vehicle Stability Control OFF indicator
Auto High Beam indicator
TRAC OFF indicator
Low speed four-wheel drive indicator
Shift position and range indicators
Crawl Control indicatora
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
Blind Spot Monitor indicator2
Multi-terrain select indicator
Arrow direction indicates fuel
tank door position
Turn assist function indicator
Low fuel level warning
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Center differential lock indicator
ECO driving indicator2
Vehicle Stability Control OFF indicator
Power mode indicator
Automatic Transmission
second start indicator
Headlight low/high beam indicator
Turn signal indicator
Automatic headlight leveling
system warning
1
2
If equipped.
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.
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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Fog light indicator
OVERVIEW
Keyless entry
UNLOCKING OPERATION
Carry remote
Smart key feature
Front door unlock*
Push
ONCE: Driver door
TWICE: All doors
Grasp
LOCKING OPERATION
Carry remote
Smart key feature
Front door lock
Touch
Push
NOTE: If a door is not opened within 30 seconds of unlocking, all doors will relock for
safety.
PANIC BUTTON (IF EQUIPPED)
Push and hold
BACK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK
Carry remote
Smart key feature
Unlock
Lock
* Driver door unlocking function can be programmed to unlock driver door only, or
all doors.
NOTE: Doors may also be locked/unlocked using remote.
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START FUNCTION
NOTE: Gear shift lever must be in Park and brake pedal depressed.
FEATURES/OPERATIONS
OVERVIEW
Smart Key system
POWER (WITHOUT STARTING ENGINE)
Accessories such as the radio will operate.
Power ON; the engine not running.
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
All systems OFF.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Without depressing the brake pedal, pressing the “ENGINE START STOP” switch
will change the operation mode in succession from:
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OVERVIEW
Fuel tank door release and cap
Pull
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
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OVERVIEW
Light control-Instrument cluster
+
Brightness
control
Engine maintenance
Engine oil filler cap
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Engine oil level dipstick
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
-
Windshield washer fluid tank
Engine coolant reservoir
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
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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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 45 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 45 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
P
R
N
D
S
Park*
Reverse
Neutral
Drive
“S” mode
* 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.
POWER MODE
SECOND GEAR START MODE
For powerful acceleration and driving in
mountainous regions.
For starting on slippery surfaces, such as snowy
roads. Press “2nd” to return to normal mode.
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OVERVIEW
Steering lock release
Turn
Push
Turn
H4
High speed
L4
Low speed
Shift to “N” position when stopped, then push and turn to “L4.”
CENTER DIFFERENTIAL LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH
Lock the center differential when your vehicle’s wheels get stuck in a ditch or when
driving on a slippery or bumpy surface.
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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Push
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE CONTROL SWITCH
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Four-wheel drive
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Seat adjustments-Front
Seat position, cushion
angle and height
Seatback angle
Lumbar support
(driver’s side only)
Seat adjustments-Rear
Second row
Third row (fold down)
Seatback angle
Seatback angle
Seat position
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
Seats-Head restraints
Front
Second row
Third row
Height
Height
Angle
Fold down
Lock release button
Lock release button
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Lock release lever
(1)
(2)
Hook the seat belt to the seat
belt hangers.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Stow the seat belt buckles and
lower the head restraints.
OVERVIEW
Seats-Tumbling 2nd row seats
(3)
Pull
(5)
(4)
Seat hook cover
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Fold down the seatback and swing the whole seat up and forward.
Hook the holding strap to the assist
grip and secure the seat.
Install the seat hook covers on the
seat hooks.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Pull
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Seats-Tumbling 3rd row seats
(1)
(2)
Stow the seat belt buckles.
Stow the center head restraint.
(3)
(4)
Pull
Hook the seat belt to the seat belt
hangers.
Fold down the outer head restraints.
(5)
(6)
Pull
Fold the seats.
Push
Lift the seats sideward.
(7)
(8)
Lock the seats.
Install the seat hook covers on the
seat hooks.
Seat hook cover
Returning seats
(1)
(2)
Pull
Install the seat hook covers into
the back of the seat cushions.
Lower the seats to their original
position.
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MANUAL
(1)
(2)
Lower
Stow the seat belt buckles
(3)
Pull
Push down
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
OVERVIEW
Seats-Stowing 3rd row seats
POWER
(2)
Lower
Third seat fold incomplete
warning light
Push and hold
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
(1)
Stow the seat belt buckles
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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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
(3)
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Doors-Power sliding (if equipped)
ON/OFF SWITCH
Instrument panel
Off
On
Push
OPENING/CLOSING
Front overhead console
Center pillar
Open: Push
Close: Push again
Open: Push
Close: Push again
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.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
Manual
• Sliding doors will not lock into the open position if the sliding door window is open.
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OVERVIEW
Lights & turn signals
HEADLIGHTS
Headlights
Parking lights
Auto
Low beam
High beam flasher
High beam
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
OFF
FRONT FOG LIGHTS
ON
OFF
Turn
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Daytime Running Light system (DRL) Automatically turns on the headlights at a
reduced intensity.
Automatic light cut off system Automatically turns lights off after a delay of 30
seconds.
Front fog lights come on only when the headlights are on low beam.
TURN SIGNALS
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Right turn
Lane change
Lane change
Left turn
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FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Windshield wipers & washers
FRONT
With intermittent wiper
Adjust
frequency1
With AUTO rain-sensing wiper
Single wipe
Adjust sensor
sensitivity2
Auto wipe
Interval wipe
Pull to wash
and wipe
Slow
Pull to wash
and wipe
Fast
Single wipe
Slow
Fast
Intermittent windshield wiper frequency adjustment Rotate to increase/
decrease wipe frequency.
2 Rain-sensing windshield wiper Rotate to increase/decrease sensor sensitivity.
1
REAR
Turn end
to activate
Normal
Intermittent
Push to wash
and wipe
Windows-Power
Driver side
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 midway, lightly push the switch in the
opposite direction.
Window lock switch Deactivates all passenger windows. Driver’s window remains
operable.
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Moon roof
SLIDIING OPERATION
TILTING OPERATION
Push once to open partway;
again to open completely.
Open
Tilt
Close
Close
Recommended open position to minimize
wind noise.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Linked mirror function when reversing The outside rearview mirrors automatically
angle downwards when vehicle is in reverse. Will only operate when switch is in “L”
or “R” position.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Use switch to adjust mirror
angle while in ACCESSORY or
IGNITION ON mode.
OVERVIEW
view mirror-Outside
Rear Rear
view mirror-Outside
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Audio
NOTE: For more information, refer to the “Navigation System Owner’s Manual”
and “2017 Entune™ Audio Quick Reference Guide.”
Entune™ Premium JBL® Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite
Display
screen
Display audio
setup screen
Display home
screen
Display map
screen
Display hands-free
screen
Display information
screen
Audio/visual
screen
Disc slot
Seek station/ track/
presets or rewind/FF
Mute/Pause
Eject disc
Push to turn
ON/OFF
Turn to search selected
media (radio, CD, DVD,
etc.)
NOTE: Concentrating on the road should always be your first priority while
driving. Do not use the Entune™ system if it will distract you.
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USB port
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.
STEERING WHEEL SWITCHES
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
OVERVIEW
USB/AUX PORT
v
“
” and “+/-”
Use to raise or lower
volume.
“
”
Push to access voice command
system.
“MODE”
Push to turn audio ON and
to select an audio mode.
Push and hold to turn audio
system OFF.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
“v ”
Use to search within the
selected audio medium (radio,
etc.).
Back door
Raise
Unlock
The back door can be locked and unlocked using the entry function, wireless
remote control or door lock switch.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Pull
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Automatic air conditioning/heating
NOTE: For more information, refer to the Owner’s Manual or “Navigation
System Owner’s Manual.”
FRONT AIR CONDITIONING
Windshield defogger and airflow to feet
Airflow control display (see diagram below)
Fan speed
Airflow control display
(see diagram below)
Rear AC control
button (touch to
display rear AC
control screen)
Option controls
Temperature display
(driver side left,
passenger side right)
Climate control OFF
Air intake control (switch between
outside air “
” and recirculated air
“
” mode)
Automatic climate control ON
Adjusting the temperature setting will
cause the airflow vents, air intake and
fan to adjust automatically.
CLIMATE (push to display
AC control screen)
Temperature
controls (driver side)
Temperature controls
(passenger side)
Airflow controls
(press to change airflow mode)
Adjust airflow mode
upper
body
upper body
& feet
Rear Air Conditioning
operation mode ON/OFF
Outside rearview mirror/
Rear window defogger
Windshield airflow/
defogger (outside air only)
feet
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Automatic climate control ON
Climate control OFF
Fan speed
Airflow vent
Seat ventilators/heaters
FRONT SEATS
Automatically adjusts to
cabin temperature
Blows air from the seat
Press
Auto
or
Turns the seat heater on
to cycle through.
Hi
Mid
Off
Lo
Note: Auto setting changes according to
climate control temperature.
OVERVIEW
Temperature selector (right side)
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Temperature selector (left side)
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
REAR AIR CONDITIONING
Right
second seat
Left
second seat
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
SECOND SEATS
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Crawl Control
Med
Lo-Med
Lo
(1)
Med-Hi
Hi
(2)
Speed selection switch
Speed modes
Crawl Control allows travel on extremely rough off-road surfaces at a fixed low
speed without pressing the accelerator or brake pedal. Operating status displays
on the MID.
Lo to Lo-Med - Rock, mogul (downhill) and gravel (downhill)
Lo-Med to Med - Mogul (uphill)
Med-Hi - Snow, mud, gravel (uphill), sand, dirt, mogul (uphill) and grass
Multi-terrain Monitor
Press “
” switch while the engine switch is in IGNITION ON mode to check
vehicle surroundings.
Note: The amount of time that the screen is displayed changes according to
the vehicle speed at the time the VIEW switch was pressed. Speeds exceeding
approximately 7 mph (12 km/h) will cancel monitor viewing.
Refer to the Owner‘s Manual for limitations and more details on this system before
attempting to use it.
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Enter/Set: Press to enter/
set, press and hold to reset
Menu/Display: Switch
the top screen
Return: To previous
screen
Push “Multi-Information switches” to view or change information in the following:
Drive information
Vehicle information display (if equipped)
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Select: To select an
item/change pages
OVERVIEW
Multi-Information Display (MID)
Navigation system-linked display (if equipped)
Audio system linked display (if equipped)
Warning messages
Settings display
Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Driving assist system information (if equipped)
Up
Away
from
driver
Down
Control switch
NOTE: Do not attempt to adjust while the vehicle is in motion.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Toward
driver
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Telephone control (Bluetooth®)
Display
Microphone
Microphone
Steering wheel telephone switches
Voice
command
button
Start call
End call
Bluetooth® technology allows dialing or receipt of calls without taking hands from
the steering wheel or using a cable to connect the telephone and the system.
Refer to “Bluetooth® Device Pairing Section” in this guide and the “Navigation
System Owner’s Manual” for more information about phone connections and
compatibility.
NOTE: 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.
Door locks
Unlock
Lock
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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 3-7 in the Owner’s Manual for more
details.
For programming assistance, contact HomeLink® at 1-800-355-3515, or visit
http://www.homelink.com.
* HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Gentex Corporation.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
OVERVIEW
Garage door opener (HomeLink®)*
Rear seat entertainment system
Displays
A/V input port
(VTR and HDMI port)
Headphone volume control
and headphone jacks
For details, refer to the “Navigation System Owner’s Manual.”
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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Remote control
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Front audio system (DVD player)
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Parking brake
Set
Release
(2) Push
Pull
(1) Pull slightly
(3) Lower
Cup holders
Front
Rear
Cooler box
Indicator
Push “PWR” button to turn cooler box ON; indicator will illuminate.
Power outlets-12V DC
Front
Rear
The “ENGINE START STOP” switch must be in “ACCESSORY” or “IGNITION ON”
mode to be used.
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OVERVIEW
Power outlets-120V AC
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
The “ENGINE START STOP” switch must be in “IGNITION ON” mode to be used.
Qi wireless charger
(1)
(2)
Push power supply charging button.
Push to open door.
Place charging side of device on the
charge area.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
(3)
Note: While device is charging, the light is orange. The light turns green when
it is finished.
A portable device can be charged by just placing Qi standard wireless charge
compatible portable devices according to the Wireless Power Consortium, such as
smart phones and mobile batteries, etc., on the charge area.
This function cannot be used with portable devices that are larger than the
charging area. Also, depending on the portable device, it may not operate as
normal. Please read the Owner’s Manual for portable devices to be used.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
The power switch must be in ACCESSORY or ON mode.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Quick overview-Toyota Safety Sense P
Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) P is a set of active safety technologies designed to
help prevent or mitigate collisions across a wide range of traffic situations. TSS-P
is designed to help support the driver’s awareness, decision making and vehicle
operation contributing to a safe and comfortable driving experience.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details to understand these functions and
complete safety precautions before attempting to use any of TOYOTA SAFETY
SENSE P functions.
Pre-Collision System (PCS)
Provides collision avoidance or damage mitigation support
when the system detects that a potential collision is likely to
occur.
Pedestrian Detection Function
Advanced sensor system helps to recognize pedestrians and
provide collision avoidance support.
Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
Provides notification when the system detects an unintended
lane departure.
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)
Helps maintain a pre-set distance to a preceding vehicle when
the preceding vehicle is traveling at a lower speed.
Auto High Beams (AHB)
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.
Radar sensor
Camera sensor
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The Pre-Collision System uses a radar sensor and camera sensor to help detect
vehicles and pedestrians in front of your vehicle.
Note: PCS is enabled each time the engine switch is turned to Ignition On. The
system can be disabled/enabled and the warning timing of the system can be
changed.
PRE-COLLISION WARNING
OVERVIEW
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Pre-Collision System (PCS)
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.
When the system determines that the possibility of a frontal collision is high, the
system applies greater braking force in relation to how strongly the brake pedal is
depressed.
PRE-COLLISION BRAKING
When the system determines that a collision is unavoidable, the brakes are
automatically applied to help avoid the collision or reduce the collision speed.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
PRE-COLLISION BRAKE ASSIST
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
Refer to the Owner‘s Manual for limitations and more details on this system before
attempting to use it.
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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
CHANGING THE PRE-COLLISION WARNING TIMING
Far
Middle
Near
Each time the Pre-Collision System switch is pressed, the response to the warning
distance changes.
DISABLING THE PRE-COLLISION SYSTEM (PCS)
To disable the system
Press the PCS switch for 3 seconds or more.
The PCS warning light will turn on and a message will be displayed on the MultiInformation Display (MID).
To enable the system
Press the PCS switch again.
The system is enabled each time the engine switch is turned to IGNITION ON mode.
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The Pre-Collision System also features a pedestrian detection function. Using a
millimeter wave radar and monocular camera sensor, this advanced sensor system
can recognize a pedestrian in some circumstances.
OVERVIEW
Pedestrian Detection Function
Monocular camera sensor
The Lane Departure Alert system recognizes visible white or yellow lane markers via
a camera sensor under certain circumstances. The system alerts the driver with a
warning buzzer sound and message in the Multi-Information Display (MID) when it
detects the vehicle deviating from or swaying multiple times within its lane.
TURNING ON THE LDA SYSTEM
Press the LDA switch to turn the LDA system on. Depress again to turn it off.
Note: The system will continue in the last state it was in (ON or OFF) when the
engine is started again.
Refer to the Owner‘s Manual for limitations and more details on this system before
attempting to use it.
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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
As part of the Pre-Collision System, this function is also designed to first provide an
alert and then automatic braking if needed.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Millimeter
wave radar
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
FUNCTIONS
LDA function display
Lane
Lane Departure Alert (LDA) indicator flashes orange when operating.
(1)
(2)
The LDA function displays when the Multi-Information Display (MID) is switched to
the driving assist system information screen.
(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.
(2) The system displays outlines on the LDA indicator when lane markers on the
road are not detected or the function is temporarily cancelled.
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.
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The driver can adjust the sensitivity of the LDA (warning) function from the MultiInformation Display (MID) customization screen.
High - Warns before the front tire crosses the lane marker.
Normal - Warns when the front tire crosses the lane marker.
OVERVIEW
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
ADJUSTING LANE DEPARTURE ALERT (LDA) SENSITIVITY
SWAY CONTROL FUNCTION
Gentle swaying from driver’s
inattentiveness.
Acute steering wheel operation after the
number of operations decrease due to driver’s
inattentiveness.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Continuous lane deviations from
swaying.
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
The sway warning function can 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.
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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)
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.
Vehicle-to-vehicle distance button
Set speed
Display
Cruise control switch
TURNING SYSTEM ON/OFF
(1)
Note: If DRCC is turned off and
you hold the ON-OFF button for
at least 1.5 seconds, the system
switches to constant speed
control mode.
ADJUSTING SET SPEED
(2)
Resume2
Cancel1
Set
(3)
Increase
speed
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.
(1) Push the ON-OFF button. The “RADAR READY” or “
” indicator will come on.
(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 (1mph 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.
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OVERVIEW
ADJUSTING DISTANCE
Preceding vehicle
mark
To change the vehicle-tovehicle distance
” button to
Push the “
cycle through the settings,
which will change progressively.
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 stop 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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TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
This mode employs a radar sensor to detect the presence of vehicles up to
approximately 328ft (100m) ahead, determines the current vehicle-to-vehicle
following distance and operates to maintain a suitable following distance from the
vehicle ahead.
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
SHORT
MIDDLE
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
LONG
(default setting)
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
(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.
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 CONTROL MODE
If you are already using DRCC “
”, push ON-OFF button to turn the system off
first, then push and hold ON-OFF button for at least 1.5 seconds to switch.
Note: When the engine is turned off, it will automatically default to DRCC.
Auto High Beams (AHB)
(1)
(2)
The AHB uses an in-vehicle camera sensor to assess the brightness of streetlights,
the lights of oncoming and preceding vehicles, etc., and automatically turns high
beam on or off as necessary.
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(1) With the engine switch in IGNITION ON mode and headlight switch turned to
“AUTO” position, push lever away from you.
(2) Depress the Automatic High Beam “AUTO” switch.
OVERVIEW
ACTIVATING THE AHB SYSTEM
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.
When all of these conditions are met, high beams will be automatically turned on
(after approximately 1 second):
• Vehicle speed is above approximately 25 mph (40 km/h).
• The area ahead of the vehicle is dark.
• There are no oncoming or preceding vehicles with headlights or tail lights
turned on.
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
If any of these conditions occur, the system is designed to automatically turn off
highbeams.
• Vehicle speed drops below approximately 19 mph (30 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.
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
CONDITIONS WHERE AHB WILL TURN ON/OFF AUTOMATICALLY
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
The AHB indicator will turn off and the high beam indicator turns on.
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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.
Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor
Push up, or squeeze
lock release to lower
Tire Pressure Monitoring (warning) System (TPMS)
The Tire Pressure Monitoring (warning) System (TPMS) provides advance warning
in the event of a loss in tire inflation pressure.
While the engine is in IGNITION ON mode, push and hold “
SET” button until the
indicator blinks three times. Wait a few minutes to allow initialization to complete.
The system displays the location and tire pressure for each tire on the MID.
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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OVERVIEW
Doors-Child safety locks
Rear door
Spare tire & tools
TOOL LOCATION
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Tool box
Jack
Spare tire
REMOVING THE SPARE TIRE
(2)
(3)
Remove the cover.
Insert the jack handle
extension into the lowering
screw.
Lower the spare tire
completely to the ground.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for tire changing and jack positioning procedures.
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SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
(1)
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
Moving the lever to the lock position will allow the door to be opened only from the
outside
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES
Star Safety System™
All new Toyota vehicles come standard with the Star Safety SystemTM, which
combines Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Anti-lock Brake
System (ABS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA) and
Smart Stop Technology (SST).
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details and important information on limitations
to these systems.
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.
ACTIVE TRACTION CONTROL (A-TRAC)
Helps to maintain drive power and prevent the 4 wheels from spinning when starting
the vehicle or accelerating on slippery roads.
MULTI-TERRAIN 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.
ELECTRONIC BRAKE FORCE DISTRIBUTION (EBD)
Toyota’s ABS technology has Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) to help
maintain stability and balance when braking. Abrupt stops cause the vehicle to tilt
forward, reducing the braking power of the rear wheels. EBD responds to sudden
stops by redistributing brake force to maximize 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 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.
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.
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There are two types of Toyota floor mats: carpeted and all-weather. Each vehicle
has model-specific floor mats. Installation is easy.
OVERVIEW
Floor mat installation
To keep your floor mat properly positioned, follow these steps:
SAFETY & EMERGENCY FEATURES
TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE
Always align the Δ marks
FEATURES & OPERATIONS
• 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.
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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 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
STEP 3
Select
CONNECTIONS and
select BLUETOOTH.
Ensure
BLUETOOTH
is ON.
STEP 5
STEP 4
Select YOUR PHONE
DEVICE to make it
discoverable.
Phone will seek out
Bluetooth devices
while remaining
discoverable.
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.
Entune™ Premium Audio screens are shown in this section. Screens and features may vary by
Entune™ system.
2 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
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 7
Select BLUETOOTH.
Image shown is a sample
image, features may vary.
STEP 8
Select ADD, to add your
phone device.
For Entune™ Audio System,
press the SETUP BUTTON
on the faceplate to access the
Setup Screen.
STEP 9
STEP 10
Back on your smartphone,
you can now select your
TOYOTA VEHICLE in
Bluetooth Settings.
Your smartphone is now
paired with Entune.
STEP 11
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.
Initiate Bluetooth® on your Entune™ Multimedia Head Unit
STEP 12
Using your smartphone, you will
need to allow Entune access to
your messaging and contacts.
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.
STEP 13
A confirmation will appear once 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. 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® DEVICE PAIRING
Bluetooth® Pairing for iPhone and
Entune™ touch screen system
**Do not attempt the Bluetooth® Pairing process while driving.**
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
Ensure
BLUETOOTH
is ON.
STEP 4
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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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 7
Select BLUETOOTH.
Image shown is a sample
image, features may vary.
STEP 8
Select ADD, to add your
phone device.
For Entune™ Audio System,
press the SETUP BUTTON
on the faceplate to access the
Setup Screen.
STEP 9
STEP 10
Back on your smartphone,
you can now select your
TOYOTA VEHICLE in
Bluetooth Settings.
Your smartphone is now
paired with Entune.
STEP 11
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
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. 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 Windows Phone and
Entune™ touch screen system
**Do not attempt the Bluetooth® Pairing process while driving.**
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
Ensure
BLUETOOTH
is ON.
STEP 4
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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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
On your Toyota Vehicle Entune
Multimedia Head Unit, Select
SETUP BUTTON on the Home
Screen.
STEP 7
Select BLUETOOTH.
Image shown is a sample
image, features may vary.
STEP 8
Select ADD, to add your
phone device.
For Entune™ Audio System,
press the SETUP BUTTON
on the faceplate to access the
Setup Screen.
STEP 9
STEP 10
Back on your smartphone,
you can now select your
TOYOTA VEHICLE in
Bluetooth Settings.
Your smartphone is now
paired with Entune.
STEP 11
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.
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