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Indicator symbols on the instrument panel Input terminal adapter Audio remote control switches Hood lock release lever Parking brake pedal Automatic transmission selector lever Seat heater switches Cruise control switch Tilt steering lock release lever Power outlet VAC main switch Rear heater main switch Snow mode button Tire pressure warning system reset switch Trip meter reset knob 2. Service reminder indicators and 5. Low fuel level warning light 8. Odometer and two trip meters indicator lights mwnual.
Engine coolant temperature gauge 9. Instrument panel light control knob 3. The vehicle is driving down a long slope applying the engine brake. The display will indicate the extremely low fuel consumption.
The calculation is reset when the ignition switch is turned off.
The ignition switch is turned off imme- diately after turning. The vehicle is on an inclined surface. Be sure to adjust the display only when the vehicle is stopped. Do not hold the cigarette lighter pressed Use a Toyota genuine cigarette lighter or equivalent for replacement.
To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or sudden stop while driving, always completely close the ashtray after use. Insert the master key and turn it systems, etc. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for each re- time. This third press and release will maining HomeLink button to program complete the programming process by another device.
When indicator light button is pressed.
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HomeLink changes from a slow to a rapid flash after 20 seconds, you can release both buttons. Do not leave anything flammable or door opener without these features deformable such as a lighter, glasses, increases risk of serious injury or etc. Do not store drinks or cans which could easily roll out. Do not store objects which are larg- er than the width of the container. Type A only— is not in use. Vehicles with the third seat—When using the luggage cover, the third seat must be folded down.
After you remove the luggage cover, stow open the center deck board. This will prevent passengers from injury in the event of a sudden stop or accident. Turn the upper and side knobs coun- terclockwise loosen cross rails. If the floor ing clips into the holes in the floor carpet. Sub key gray —This key will not work To protect items locked in the glove box number. If you should lose your keys or if you need additional keys, duplicates can be made by a Toyota dealer using the key number.
We recommend writing down the key num- ber and storing it in a safe place. However, there is a limit to the number of additional keys your Toyota dealer can make for you. Operation is subject to the information.
For details, con- tact your Toyota dealer. Release the switch and then push again. Unlock any of side door or back door with the key or wireless remote control transmitter. Do not replace the battery with wet hands.
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Water may cause unexpected rust. This double key turning operation to un- lock all the side doors and back door can be changed to a single key turning opera- tion.
Be careful not to lock your keys in the vehicle. The door cannot be locked when either front door is open and the key is in the ignition. We recommend using this feature highlabder small children are in the vehicle. The window moves as caught. Lightly push down the switch. Lightly pull up the switch. The window moves as long as you hold the switch. Push down the switch. Pull up the switch. Use the window lock switch to prevent them from making unex- pected use of the switches.
Be sure to remove the ignition key when you leave your vehicle. When closing the back door, make sure it is fully closed. Other- wise, the hood may open unexpected- ly while driving and an owers may occur. The indicator light will remain on when all the slot, make sure the rod supports the side doors, back door and hood are the hood securely from falling down closed and locked.
Check to see if there is any abnormality with your vehicle. When opening the cap, do not re- move the cap quickly.
In hot weath- er, fuel under pressure could cause injury by spraying out of the filler neck if the cap is suddenly re- moved. Make sure the cap is tightened securely. The hihlander lamp goes off after driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. To remove the fuel tank cap, turn 3.
To stop the roof partway, push the switch leased. Tilting operation highladner the roof. When anyone closes the moon roof, first make sure it is safe to do so.
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Never try jamming any part of your body to activate the jam protection function intentionally. The jam protection function may not work if something gets caught just before the moon roof is fully closed.
Move your seat to the rear as far collision. To change the height of the seat, pull up or push down the lever. Then lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. Move the adjusting switch in the de- collision, the more the seat is re- sired direction. Releasing the switch will stop the seat- back at that position. The amount of lumber support will change while the switch is pressed. Be careful that the seat does not hit a passenger or luggage. After putting back the seat, try push- Do not fold the second seat seatback ing the seat forward and rearward to forward with the luggage cover hooks make sure it is secured in place.
This prevents the shoulder belt from being damaged. Make sure the seat belts are not Be careful that the seat does not hit twisted or caught in the seatback a passenger or luggage. After sliding the seat, try pushing the seat forward and rearward to make sure it is secured in place. After adjusting the seatback, push your body back against the seat to Be careful that the seat does not From rear make sure the seat is locked in hit a passenger or luggage.
To stow the seat belt, insert the tabs into the slot as shown above. Make sure the tabs are securely locked in the slot.
From rear back to its upright lock position. Then pull the seat forward slightly until it locks. After returning the seat to its original position, be certain to replace the head restraint. To turn off the seat heater, push the jects which cover the seat. Front head restraints only—On some mod- amnual, you can also move the front head restraint forward or backward.
If such ad- justment is desired, pull or push the base of the head restraint. If an accident occurs and the seat belts are not worn properly, the force of the rapid infla- tion of the airbag may cause death or serious injury to the child.