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    For your safety and comfort, read carefully and keep in the vehicle.

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    For important information about this manual and your Toyota, read the follow- ing pages carefully. When it comes to service, remember that your Toyota dealer knows your vehicle very well and is interested in your complete satisfaction. Your Toyota dealer will provide quality maintenance and any other assistance you may require.

  • Page 3: Important Information About This Manual

    Important information about this manual Safety and vehicle damage warnings Safety symbol Throughout this manual, you will see safety and vehicle damage warnings. You must follow these warnings carefully to avoid possible injury or damage. The types of warnings, what they look like, and how they are used in this manual are explained as follows: CAUTION This is a warning against anything which may cause...

  • Page 4: Occupant Restraint Systems

    None of these systems, either individ- Toyota encourages you and your family to take the time to ually or together, can ensure that there is no injury in the read Section 1−3 of this Owner’s Manual carefully.

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    Toyota products, nor for re- Toyota recommends you to read the provisions in Section placement or installation involving such parts.

  • Page 6: Maintenance Schedule

    Toyota dealer before you dispose of your brake system, active traction control system, vehicle sta- vehicle.

  • Page 7: Driving Tips

    On−pavement and off−road driving tips This vehicle belongs to the utility vehicle class. Utility ve- hicles have a significantly higher rollover rate than other types of vehicles. This vehicle will handle and maneuver differently from an ordinary passenger car because it is designed for off−road use also.

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    ......... . . 10 Other equipment 2 INFORMATION BEFORE DRIVING YOUR TOYOTA ... . .

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  • Page 10: Overview Of Instruments And Controls

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Overview of instruments and controls Instrument panel overview ........Instrument cluster overview .

  • Page 11: Instrument Panel Overview

    12. Hood lock release lever 13. Parking brake lever 14. Cup holders 15. Rear cooler controls 16. Toyota electronic modulated suspension mode select switch and rear height control air suspension switch 17. Four−wheel drive control lever 18. Manual transmission gear shift lever...

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    9. Power window switches 10. Window lock switch 11. Fuel filler door opener 12. Hood lock release lever 13. Toyota electronic modulated suspension mode select switch and rear height control air suspension switch 14. Downhill assist control (DAC) switch 15. Parking brake lever 16.

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    "View B with manual air conditioning controls 1. Clock/outside temperature display or multi−information display 2. Emergency flasher switch 3. Tilt steering lock release lever 4. Wiper and washer switches 5. Headlight, turn signal and front fog light switches 6. Engine switch 7.

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    "View B with automatic air conditioning controls 1. Clock/outside temperature display or multi−information display 2. Emergency flasher switch 3. Tilt steering lock release lever 4. Wiper and washer switches 5. Headlight, turn signal and front fog light switches 6. Engine switch 7.

  • Page 15: Instrument Cluster Overview

    Instrument cluster overview "Type A 1. Service reminder indicators and 4. Tachometer 7. Odometer and two trip meters indicator lights 5. Engine coolant temperature gauge 8. Fuel gauge 2. Speedometer 6. Height control indicator lights 3. Trip meter reset knob...

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    "Type B 1. Service reminder indicators and 4. Tachometer 7. Odometer and two trip meters indicator lights 5. Engine coolant temperature gauge 8. Fuel gauge 2. Speedometer 6. Height control indicator lights 3. Trip meter reset knob...

  • Page 17: Indicator Symbols On The Instrument Panel

    Indicator symbols on the instrument panel Brake system warning light* SRS warning light* Driver’s seat belt reminder light* Anti−lock brake system warning light* Front passenger’s seat belt reminder light* Open door warning light* Charging system warning light* Timing belt replacement warning light* Low engine oil pressure warning light* Fuel filter warning light* Low engine oil level warning light*...

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    Vehicle stability control system and active Automatic transmission indicator lights traction control system warning light* (5−speed) Engine immobilizer system/theft deterrent Automatic transmission “2nd STRT” (second system indicator light start) indicator light Tail light indicator light Rear differential lock indicator light* Headlight high beam indicator light Center differential lock indicator light* Turn signal indicator lights...

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    Cruise control indicator light* Engine preheating indicator light : For details, see “Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers” on page 121 in Section 1−6. : If this light flashes, see “Fuel gauge” on page 116 in Section 1−6. : If this light flashes, see “Four−wheel drive system” on page 146 in Section 1−7.

  • Page 20: Keys And Doors

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Keys and Doors Keys ............Engine immobilizer system .

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    These keys work in every lock. Your correctly, so be careful not to lose these Toyota dealer will need one of them to keys. If you make your own duplicate key, make a new key with a built−in trans- you will not be able to cancel the system ponder chip.

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    NOTICE z When starting the engine, do not z Do not bend the key grip. use the key with other transponder When using a key containing a trans- keys around (including keys of oth- ponder chip, observe the following er vehicles) and do not press other precautions: key plates against the key grip.

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    If you should lose your keys or if you hicle. The engine will start only when need additional keys, duplicates can be the electronic code in the chip corre- made by a Toyota dealer using the key sponds to the registered ID code for number. the vehicle.

  • Page 24: Wireless Remote Control

    The indicator light will go off. For your Toyota dealer to make you a new key with built−in transponder chip, your dealer will need your key number and master key. However, there is a limit to the number of additional keys your Toyota dealer can make for you.

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    If you lose your wireless remote control Locking operation the temperature becomes high such as key, contact your Toyota dealer as soon on the dashboard. as possible to avoid the possibility of theft, or an accident. (See “If you lose Do not disassemble it.

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    (See “Side doors” on page 19 in this Section.) The turn signal lights can be set not to flash. For details, contact your Toyota To lock: Push the “LOCK” switch. All the dealer. side doors and back door are locked si- multaneously.

  • Page 27: Replacing Battery

    1. Remove the screw, and then the cover. 2. Remove the module from the key z Replace only with the same or frame. equivalent type recommended by a Toyota dealer. z Dispose of used batteries according to the local laws. Replace the battery by following these procedures:...

  • Page 28: Side Doors

    Do not bend the terminals. key operates properly. If the key still does unlock simultaneously with the driver’s not operate properly, contact your Toyota door. When the interior light (center) and 4. Install the lid with the 2 screws. dealer.

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    For further information, see “Interior lights” The driver’s door can be opened from the on page 110 and “Personal lights” on page inside even with the inside lock knob in 111 in Section 1−5. the lock position. LOCKING UNLOCKING WITH INSIDE LOCK KNOB Move the lock knob.

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    Vehicles with the wireless remote con- trol—Lock all the side doors and back door with the wireless remote control key. Set the driver’s door inside lock knob in the lock position, and close the driv- er’s door while holding up the outside door handle.

  • Page 31: Power Windows

    Power windows The windows can be operated with the CAUTION switch on each door. The passengers’ windows can also be controlled by the Before driving, be sure that the doors switches on the driver’s door. are closed and locked, especially The engine switch must be in the “ON”...

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    OPERATING WINDOW LOCK Toyota dealer. sult in a death or serious injury. SWITCH The jam protection function may If you push in the window lock switch not work if something gets caught on the driver’s door, the passengers’...

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    Quarter windows CAUTION Be sure to remove the key when you leave your vehicle. To avoid death or serious personal Never leave anyone (particularly a injury, you must do the following. small child) alone in your vehicle, Before you close the power win- especially with the key still in- dows, always make sure there is serted.

  • Page 34: Back Door

    Back door When closing the back door, make sure it is fully closed. See “Luggage stowage precautions” on page 242 in Section 2 for precautions when loading luggage. With wireless remote control system— To open the back door from the out- side, pull the handle.

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    CAUTION Keep the back door closed while driving. This not only keeps the luggage from being thrown out but also prevents exhaust gases from entering the vehicle. If the open back door hides the stop and tail lights, rear turn signal lights or rear retro reflectors while you are parked, other road users must be warned of the presence of...

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    CAUTION When keeping the back door open, use only the lock lever of the back door stopper without touching the other parts. To avoid serious personal injury, make sure not to get your hands caught in the back door stay when closing the back door.

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    Hood CAUTION Before driving, be sure that the back door is closed and locked, especially when small children are in the ve- hicle. Along with the proper use of seat belts, locking the doors helps prevent the driver and passengers from being thrown out from the ve- hicle in an accident.

  • Page 38: Theft Deterrent System

    Theft deterrent system The system will automatically be set after 30 seconds. When the system is set, the indicator light will start flashing again. 4. After making sure the indicator light starts flashing, you may leave the ve- hicle. Never leave anyone in the vehicle when you set the system, because unlocking from the inside will activate the system.

  • Page 39: Fuel Tank Cap

    “LOCK” to “ON” position. If the system does not work properly, Unlock any of the side doors or back have it checked by your Toyota dealer. door with the key. These ways cancel the system at the same time.

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    1. To open the fuel filler door, pull the 2. To remove the fuel tank cap, turn lever up. the cap counterclockwise by 90 de- grees (to the pressure point 1), and When refueling, turn off the engine. then turn it an additional 30 degrees (to point 2).

  • Page 41: Electric Moon Roof

    To close: Push and hold the switch on the Use only a genuine Toyota fuel tank “TILT UP” side. cap for replacement. It is designed As a precaution when closing, the roof to regulate fuel tank pressure.

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    The roof will move while this function may work even if nothing is ated properly, have it checked by your the switch is being pushed and stop when Toyota dealer. caught. released. Key off operation: If both front doors are...

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    Before you close the moon roof, The jam protection function may always make sure there is nobody not work if something gets caught around the moon roof. You must just before the moon roof is fully also make sure nobody places his closed.

  • Page 44: Occupant Restraint Systems

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Occupant restraint systems Seats ............Front seats .

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    Front seats— Seats —Front seat precautions While the vehicle is being driven, all ve- Driver seat Slightly recline the back of the hicle occupants should have the seatback seat. Although vehicle designs vary, upright, sit well back in the seat and prop- CAUTION many drivers can achieve the 250 erly wear the seat belts provided.

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    —Seat adjustment precautions Front passenger seat Front seats (with SRS side airbags) CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION Do not adjust the seat while the vehicle is moving as the seat may The SRS front passenger airbag also The SRS side airbags are installed in unexpectedly move and cause the deploys with considerable force, and the driver and front passenger seats.

  • Page 47: Adjusting Front Seats

    —Adjusting front seats (manual type) 1. SEAT POSITION ADJUSTING LEVER CAUTION Hold the center of the lever and pull it up. Then slide the seat to the desired Avoid reclining seatback position with slight body pressure and more than needed. The seat belts pro- release the lever.

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    —Adjusting front seats (power type) 5. SEAT LUMBAR SUPPORT 1. SEAT POSITION AND SEAT CUSHION ADJUSTING SWITCH some ANGLE ADJUSTING SWITCH models) Move the adjusting switch in the de- Press either side of the switch. sired direction. The amount of lumbar support will change Releasing the switch will stop the seat at while the switch is pressed.

  • Page 49: Flattening Seatbacks

    —Flattening seatbacks (manual seat) CAUTION Avoid reclining seatback more than needed. The seat belts pro- vide maximum protection in a frontal or rear collision when the driver and the front passenger are sitting up straight and well back in the seats. If you are reclined, the lap belt may slide past your hips and apply re- straint forces directly to the abdomen...

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    —Flattening seatbacks (power seat) CAUTION Do not allow passengers to ride on the flattened seat while driving; use the seat in the normal position. After putting back the seat, try pushing the seat and seatback for- ward and rearward to make sure it is secured in place.

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    Rear seats (without third seats)— —Adjusting rear seat —Rear seat precautions Tumbling the rear seats will enlarge the CAUTION luggage compartment. See “Luggage stow- age precautions” on page 242 in Section Adjustment should not be made 2 for precautions when loading luggage. while the vehicle is moving.

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    —Tumbling rear seat CAUTION Avoid reclining the seatback any more than needed. The seat belts provide maximum protection in a frontal or rear collision when the passengers are sitting up straight and well back in the seats. If you are reclined, the lap belt may slide past your hips and apply restraint forces directly to the abdomen or your neck may contact the shoulder...

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    CAUTION Make sure people or luggage are clear from the seat. Then, hold the seat and slowly move it. Otherwise, people may be injured or luggage may be damaged, if the seat hits them. To avoid serious injury, do not sit on the folded seatback.

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    Rear seats (with third seat)— —Rear seat precautions CAUTION CAUTION When returning seats to their origi- nal position, observe the following When returning seats to their original Adjustment should not be made precautions in order to prevent position, observe the following pre- while the vehicle is moving.

  • Page 55: Adjusting Rear Seats

    —Adjusting rear seats SEATBACK ANGLE ADJUSTING LEVER Avoid reclining the seatback any Lean forward and pull the lock release more than needed. The seat belts lever. Then lean back to the desired provide maximum protection in a angle and release the lever. frontal or rear collision when the Third seat only: When a person sits in passengers are sitting up straight...

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    —Tumbling second seat for —Tumbling second seats third seat entry CAUTION After returning the seat, make sure the seat is securely locked by push- ing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback or by trying to pull up the edge of the bottom cushion.

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    CAUTION Make sure people or luggage are clear from the seat. Then, hold the seat and slowly move it. Otherwise, people may be injured or luggage may be damaged, if the seat hits them. To avoid serious injury, do not sit on the folded seatback.

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    —Folding up third seats CAUTION When returning seats to their original position, observe the following pre- cautions in order to prevent death or serious injury in a collision or sud- den stop: Be careful not to get your hands or feet pinched in the seat.

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    2. Make sure the shoulder belts pass 3. To stow the center seat belt, pull it FOLDING UP THIRD SEATS through the hanger when folding the slightly out of its cover. It will auto- 1. Lower the outside head restraints to third seats.

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    2. Unfasten the zippers, stow the cen- 3. Unlock the seat leg, and swing the 4. Push down the inner leg into the ter head restraint in the back of the whole seat up and sideward. back of the seat cushion. Take the right side seatback.

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    —Removing third seats CAUTION When returning seats to their original position, observe the following pre- cautions in order to prevent death or serious injury in a collision or sud- den stop: Make sure the seat is securely locked by pushing forward and rear- ward on the top of the seatback or by trying to pull up the edge of the bottom cushion.

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    2. When removing the third seats, pass 3. To stow the center seat belt, pull it REMOVING THIRD SEATS the third seat belts through the slightly out of its cover. It will auto- 1. Lower the outside head restraints to hangers.

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    2. Unlock the seatback and fold it 3. Unfasten the zippers, stow the cen- 4. Unlock the seat leg, and swing the down. ter head restraint in the back of the whole seat up. Push down the inner right side seatback. leg into the back of the seat cush- ion.

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    NOTICE Avoid putting heavy loads on the re- moved seat. The metallic tips of the seat leg may be damaged and the seat cannot be reinstalled. 5. Push the seat lock release lever out- 6. Install the seat lock cover. ward to unlock the seat lock, then When returning the third seats to its origi- pull up the whole seat and remove...

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    —Reinstalling third seats 2. Hold the seat and engage the seat striker to the seat lock, then place the seat on the floor. Press down the seatback to securely lock the seat to the body. 1. Remove the seat lock cover.

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    After folding or installing the seat, push it forward and backward to make sure it is locked in position. To prevent death or serious injury in a collision or sudden stop: Do not sit on or place anything on the folded seatback while driving. Do not leave the removed seat loose in the vehicle.

  • Page 67: Head Restraints

    Head restraints Second seat—When an occupant sits on the second center seat, always pull up the center head restraint to the lock position. The head restraint is most effective when it is close to your head. Therefore, using a cushion on the seatback is not recom- mended.

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    Seat belts— Armrest —Seat belt precautions Toyota strongly urges that the driver and Do not allow any children to stand up or passengers in the vehicle be properly re- kneel on either rear or front seats. An strained at all times with the seat belts unrestrained child could suffer serious in- provided.

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    CAUTION Be careful not to damage the belt Australian owners: Observe the fol- webbing or hardware. Take care that lowing additional WARNINGS. Persons should ride in their seats they do not get caught or pinched WARNING: Seat belts are designed properly wearing their...

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    —Fastening front and rear seat belts When a passenger’s shoulder belt (on Belts should not be worn with second seat) is completely extended and straps twisted. is then retracted even slightly, the belt is locked in that position and cannot be ex- Each belt assembly must only be tended.

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    If the seat belt does not function CAUTION normally, immediately contact your Take up slack Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat Both high−positioned lap belts and until the seat belt is fixed, because loose−fitting belts could cause it cannot protect an adult occupant...

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    CAUTION Always make sure the shoulder belt is positioned across the center of your shoulder. The belt should be kept away from your neck, but not falling off your shoulder. Failure to do so could reduce the amount of protection in an accident and cause death or serious injuries in a colli- sion.

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    CAUTION Make sure the both buckles are cor- rectly located and securely latched. Failure to properly match the buckle and tab may cause severe injury in case of an accident or a collision. CENTER SEAT BELT OF THE THIRD Two buckles and tabs for rear center SEATS seat belt The center seat belt of the third seats is...

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    —Stowing seat belt buckles of the second and third seats Second seat To release the concave end tab, insert the CAUTION key into the hole on buckle 1 and allow the belt to retract. Do not use the center seat belt of the third seats with either buckle re- leased.

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    —Stowing the center seat belt of the third seats The seat belt buckles of the second NOTICE and third seats can be stowed when not in use. Stow the center seat belt of the third seats except when you are wearing it. Seat belt buckles must be stowed before you fold the seatback.

  • Page 76: Seat Belt Pretensioners

    —Seat belt pretensioners PULLING OUT THE CENTER SEAT BELT The driver and front passenger seat The seat belt pretensioner system con- OF THE THIRD SEATS belts pretensioner are designed to be sists mainly of the following components activated in response to a severe fron- and their locations are shown in the il- To use the center seat belt of the third tal impact.

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    (For details, see “Ser- open the seat belt pretensioner as- vice reminder indicators and warning buzz- semblies, airbag sensor or sur- ers” on page 121 in Section 1−6.) rounding area or wiring. Consult your Toyota dealer about any repair and modification.

  • Page 78: Srs Driver Airbag And Front Passenger Airbag

    In the following cases, contact your Toyota The SRS (Supplemental Restraint Sys- dealer as soon as possible: tem) front airbags are designed to pro-...

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    The SRS front airbags will deploy if the The driver and front passenger can child restraint system. Toyota severity of the impact is above the de- be killed or seriously injured by the strongly recommends that all in- signed threshold level, comparable to an...

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    Hitting a curb, Falling into or edge of pavement jumping over a Collision from or hard surface deep hole the rear Collision from the side Vehicle rollover Landing hard or vehicle falling The SRS front airbags are not generally The SRS front airbags may also deploy The SRS front airbag system consists designed to inflate if the vehicle is in- if a serious impact occurs to the under-...

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    These Toyota strongly recommends that: non−toxic gas to help restrain the forward are usually in the nature of minor burns motion of the occupants.

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    83 in this Sec- tion. Do not sit on the edge of the seat Toyota strongly recommends that all or lean against the dashboard when infants and children be placed in the vehicle is in use, since the...

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    Attachment of a grille guard (bull dashboard or steering wheel pad Consult your Toyota dealer about any bar, kangaroo bar, etc.), snowplow, that houses the front airbag sys- repair and modification.

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    The light comes on or starts flashing while driving. This indicator comes on when the en- In the following cases, contact your Toyota gine switch is turned to the “ON” posi- dealer as soon as possible: tion. It goes off after about 6 seconds.

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    Do not disconnect the battery cables or second outside seat. before contacting your Toyota dealer. The curtain shield airbags may activate even when the side airbags are not acti- vated.

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    Toyota shown in the illustration. strongly recommends that all in- The SRS side airbags and curtain shield fants and children be placed in the airbags are designed to inflate when the...

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    The SRS side airbag and curtain shield Deployment of the airbags happens in a airbag system is controlled by the airbag fraction of a second, so the airbags must sensor assembly. The airbag sensor as- inflate with considerable force. While the sembly consists of a safing sensor and system is designed to reduce serious inju- airbag sensor.

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    Do not allow anyone to lean against Do not allow anyone to get his/her Do not allow anyone to kneel on the door when the vehicle is in use, head closer to the area where the the passenger seat, facing the pas- since the side airbag and curtain side airbag and curtain shield air- senger’s side door, since the side...

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    Do not allow anyone to get his/her Do not attach a cup holder or any Do not attach a microphone or any head or hands out of windows other device or object on or around other device or object around the since the curtain shield airbags the door.

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    Do not use seat accessories which Consult your Toyota dealer about any disc player cover the parts where the side air- repair and modification.

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    If any of the following conditions occurs, this indicates a malfunction of the airbags or seat belt pretensioners. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. The light does not come on when the engine switch is turned to the “ON”...

  • Page 92: Child Restraint, Child Restraint Precautions

    Child restraint— —Child restraint precautions In the following cases, contact your Toyota Toyota strongly urges the use of ap- Never install a rear−facing child re- dealer as soon as possible: propriate child restraint systems for straint system on the front passen- children.

  • Page 93

    Toyota den stop or accident. The child restraint system should be dealer for the installation of the installed.

  • Page 94

    If your child restraint system does not provide a locking clip, you can purchase the following item from your Toyota dealer. Locking clip for child restraint system (B) Child (convertible) seat (Part No. 73119−22010)

  • Page 95

    —Installation with ALR/ELR seat belt (C) Junior (booster) seat (A) BABY (INFANT) SEAT INSTALLATION CAUTION A baby (infant) seat must be used in rear−facing position only. Do not install a child restraint sys- tem on the second seat if it inter- feres with the lock mechanism of the front seats.

  • Page 96

    1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through 2. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- or around the baby (infant) seat follow- in the lock mode. When the belt is ately.

  • Page 97

    3. While pressing the baby (infant) seat 4. Attach the child restraint attaching clip When installing the child restraint attach- firmly against the seat cushion and to the child restraint anchor fitting. ing clip to the child restraint anchor fitting, seatback, let the shoulder belt retract Make sure the clip is securely attached raise the rear head restraint and pass the...

  • Page 98

    5. To remove the baby (infant) seat, press (B) CHILD (CONVERTIBLE) SEAT CAUTION the buckle release button and allow the INSTALLATION belt to retract completely. The belt will A child (convertible) seat must be used Push and pull the child restraint sys- move freely again and be ready to in forward−facing or rear−facing posi- tem in different directions to be sure...

  • Page 99

    If the seat belt does not function normally, it cannot protect your child from death or serious injury. 1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- CAUTION or around the child (convertible) seat ately. install...

  • Page 100

    2. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it 3. While pressing the child (convertible) 4. Attach the child restraint attaching clip in the lock mode. When the belt is seat firmly against the seat cushion to the child restraint anchor fitting. then retracted even slightly, it cannot and seatback, let the shoulder belt re- Make sure the clip is securely attached...

  • Page 101

    When installing the child restraint attach- 5. To remove the child (convertible) seat, CAUTION ing clip to the child restraint anchor fitting, press the buckle release button and raise the rear head restraint and pass the allow the belt to retract completely. The Push and pull the child restraint sys- strap between the head restraint supports.

  • Page 102

    CAUTION Always make sure the shoulder belt is positioned across the center of child’s shoulder. The belt should be kept away from child’s neck, but falling child’s shoulder. Otherwise, the child may be killed or seriously injured in case of sud- den braking or a collision.

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    If your child restraint system does not provide a locking clip, you can purchase one at your Toyota dealer. (See “—Child restraint system” on page 84.)

  • Page 104

    A forward−facing child restraint sys- exist in the country where you re- should allowed side, please contact your Toyota installed on the front passenger Extreme Hazard! Do not use a rear- dealer for the installation of the seat only when it is unavoidable.

  • Page 105

    If the seat belt does not function normally, it cannot protect your child from death or serious injury. Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- ately. install child restraint system on the seat until Do not install a child restraint sys- Push and pull the child restraint the seat belt is fixed.

  • Page 106

    —Child restraint anchor fittings CAUTION Child restraint anchor fittings WARNING: child restraint anchorages are designed to withstand only those loads imposed correctly fitted child restraints. Under no circum- stances are they to be used for adult seat belts, harnesses or for attaching Symbol other items or equipment to the ve- hicle.

  • Page 107

    2. Fix the child restraint system with the seat belt. Attach the child restraint anchor at- taching clip to the exposed child re- straint anchor fitting. Make sure the clip is securely attached and tighten the upper anchorage strap. For instructions to install the child re- straint system, see “Child restraint”...

  • Page 108

    —Installation with ISOFIX rigid anchors (ISOFIX child restraint system) NOTICE Ask the manufacturer of the child re- straint system if the child restraint system is approved for this model. The exclusive fixing bars for child re- CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM straint systems using ISO specifications INSTALLATION are installed in the rear seat (vehicles 1.

  • Page 109

    2. Widen the slits of the seat cushion slightly and confirm the position of the exclusive fixing bars near the tag on the seatback. 3. Latch the buckles onto the bars. For installation details, refer to the instruc- tion manual equipped with each product. CAUTION When using the exclusive fixing bars for the child restraint system,...

  • Page 110: Steering Wheel And Mirrors

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Steering wheel and Mirrors Tilt steering wheel ......... . Tilt and telescopic steering wheel .

  • Page 111

    Tilt and telescopic steering Tilt steering wheel wheel CAUTION Do not adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving. Doing so may cause the driver to mishan- dle the vehicle and an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.

  • Page 112: Outside Rear View Mirrors

    Outside rear view mirrors— CAUTION Do not adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving. Doing so may cause the driver to mishan- dle the vehicle and an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries. After adjusting the steering wheel, try moving it up and down or for- ward and rearward to make sure it is locked in position.

  • Page 113

    —Power rear view mirror control NOTICE CAUTION If ice should jam the mirror, do not Do not adjust the mirror while the operate the control or scrape the mir- vehicle is moving. Doing so may ror face. Use a spray de−icer to free cause the driver to mishandle the ve- the mirror.

  • Page 114

    Anti−glare inside rear view —Folding rear view mirrors mirror CAUTION Do not adjust the mirror while the vehicle is moving. Doing so may cause the driver to mishandle the ve- hicle and an accident may occur re- sulting in death or serious injuries. The rear view mirrors can be folded Adjust the mirror so that you can just backward for parking in compact areas.

  • Page 115: Vanity Mirrors

    Vanity mirrors To use the vanity mirror, swing down the sun visor and slide the cover. Type A only—The vanity light comes on when you slide the cover. Type A Type B...

  • Page 116: Lights, Wipers And Defogger

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Lights, Wipers and Defogger Headlights and turn signals ....... . . Emergency flashers .

  • Page 117: Headlights And Turn Signals

    Headlights and turn signals To turn on the lights again, turn the en- gine switch to the “ON” position or actuate the headlight switch. If you are going to park for over one week, make sure the headlight switch is off. NOTICE To prevent the battery from being dis- charged, do not leave the lights on...

  • Page 118: Emergency Flashers

    Emergency flashers NOTICE To prevent the battery from being dis- charged, do not leave the switch on longer than necessary when the en- gine is not running. TURN SIGNALS To turn on the emergency flashers, push the switch. To signal a turn, push the headlight/ turn signal lever up or down to position All the turn signal lights will flash.

  • Page 119

    Instrument panel light control Front fog lights Interior lights Center To adjust the brightness of the instru- To turn on the front fog lights, twist ment panel lights, turn the dial. the band of the headlight/turn signal switch lever. They will come on when On some models, with the dial turned full the tail lights are turned on.

  • Page 120: Personal Lights

    “DOOR” position and any of the and system can be canceled. For details, side doors or back door is opened, the contact your Toyota dealer. light will come on. After all side doors and back door are closed, the light remains on for about 15 seconds before fading out.

  • Page 121: Windshield Wipers And Washer

    The duration of lighting can be changed ate either lens. and system can be canceled. For details, ILLUMINATED ENTRY SYSTEM contact your Toyota dealer. Door linked operation—When the switch is To turn on the windshield wipers, move in the “DOOR” position and any of the the lever to the desired setting.

  • Page 122: Rear Window Wiper And Washer

    Rear window wiper and washer To squirt washer fluid, pull the lever NOTICE toward you. Do not operate the rear wiper if the If the windshield wipers are off, they will rear window is dry. It may scratch the operate a couple of times after the washer glass.

  • Page 123: Rear Window Defogger

    Rear window defogger To defog or defrost the rear window, push the switch. The key must be in the “ON” position. The thin heater wires on the inside of the rear window will quickly clear the window surface. An indicator light will illuminate to indicate the defogger is operating.

  • Page 124: Gauges, Meters And Service Reminder Indicators

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Gauges, Meters and Service reminder indicators Fuel gauge ..........Engine coolant temperature gauge .

  • Page 125: Fuel Gauge

    Fuel gauge (without sub fuel tank) The gauge indicates the approximate quantity of fuel remaining in the tank when the engine switch is on. Type A and C— Nearly full—Needle at “F” Nearly empty—Needle at “E” Type B and D— Nearly full—Needle at “1/1”...

  • Page 126

    Fuel gauge (with sub fuel tank) The fuel gauge works for both the main fuel tank and sub fuel tank. When the tank in use is switched, the gauge dis- play is also changed. The gauge indicates the approximate quantity of the fuel remaining in the tank when the engine switch is on.

  • Page 127: Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge

    Engine coolant temperature gauge fuel tank will automatically The gauge indicates the engine coolant changed from the main fuel tank to the temperature when the engine switch is sub fuel tank according as the remained on. The engine operating temperature fuel in the main fuel tank.

  • Page 128

    Odometer and two trip Tachometer meters NOTICE z Do not remove the thermostat in the engine cooling system as this may cause the engine to overheat. The thermostat is designed to con- trol the flow of coolant to keep the temperature of the engine within the specified operating range.

  • Page 129

    To change the meter display, quickly push and release the knob. The meter display changes in the order from the odometer to trip meter A to trip meter B, then back to the odometer each time you push. To reset the trip meter A to zero, dis- play the meter A reading, then push and hold the knob until the meter is set to zero.

  • Page 130

    Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. If parking brake is off, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer. *: For vehicles with the vehicle stability control system only (indicator and buzzer*) Fasten driver’s seat belt.

  • Page 131

    Do this. Fill up tank. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer immediately. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer. If brake system warning light is also on, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer. Close all side doors and back door. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.

  • Page 132

    If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. Shift four−wheel drive control lever out of “N”. Stop and check. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.

  • Page 133

    If any of the following conditions oc- It is dangerous to continue driving curs, immediately stop your vehicle at normally when the brake fluid level is a safe place and contact your Toyota low. dealer. The light does not turn off even When vacuum is low (diesel−powered...

  • Page 134

    Depressing the brake pedal repeatedly (c) Front Passenger’s Seat Belt Re- With the vehicle stability control may turn on the warning light and minder Light system—The warning buzzer comes buzzer. It is normal if the light turns off The light acts as a reminder to have the on together with the warning light.

  • Page 135

    Call a goes off. If it remains on, check the oil warning light comes on. Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop for level following the instructions of “Check- assistance. ing the engine oil level” on page 312 in...

  • Page 136

    Toyota dealer as soon as and power sources. possible. At this time, vibration may occur. Howev-...

  • Page 137

    Contact your the anti−lock brake system does not oper- The light comes on when the engine Toyota dealer as soon as possible to ate. switch is turned to the “ON” position. If service the vehicle.

  • Page 138

    Toyota dealer. the warning light system. Contact your vehicle will become extremely unsta- Toyota dealer as soon as possible to ble during braking. NOTICE service the vehicle. The light does not come on when the...

  • Page 139

    In this case, have your vehicle checked position while the selector lever is in the transmission. and the warning light reset by your Toyota “P” position, the transmission will disen- dealer as soon as possible. gage and the wheels will not lock.

  • Page 140

    (q) “VSC TRC” Warning Light In the following cases, contact your Toyota CHECKING SERVICE REMINDER dealer: INDICATORS (except the low fuel level This light warns that there is a problem warning light) somewhere in the following. The warning light does not come on after the engine switch is turned to 1.

  • Page 141

    If any service reminder indicator or warn- “VSC TRC” warning light ing buzzer does not function as described “VSC OFF” indicator light above, have it checked by your Toyota Slip indicator light dealer as soon as possible. Height control indicator light Height control “OFF”...

  • Page 142: Engine (ignition) Switch, Transmission And Parking Brake

    ......Toyota electronic modulated suspension .....

  • Page 143

    Engine (ignition) switch (gasoline engine) “LOCK”—Engine is off and the steering CAUTION wheel is locked. The key can be re- moved only at this position. For manual transmission: You must push in the key to turn the key Never remove the key when the ve- from “ACC”...

  • Page 144

    Engine (ignition) switch (diesel engine) “LOCK”—Engine is off and the steering CAUTION wheel is locked. The key can be re- moved only at this position. For manual transmission: You must push in the key to turn the key Never remove the key when the ve- from “ACC”...

  • Page 145: Automatic Transmission

    Automatic transmission— —4−speed models (Vehicles with 1KZ−TE engine) Your automatic transmission has a shift lock system to minimize the possibility of incorrect operation. This means you can only shift out of “P” position when the brake pedal is depressed (with the engine Selector lever switch in “ON”...

  • Page 146

    (b) Normal driving Shift into the “L” position. The trans- CAUTION mission will downshift to first gear 1. Start the engine as instructed in “How when the vehicle speed drops down to to start the engine” on page 248 in Never put your foot on the accelera- or lower than the following speed, and Section 3.

  • Page 147

    (d) Using the “2” and “L” positions z Do not continue hill climbing or CAUTION The “2” and “L” positions are used for hard towing for a long time in the strong engine braking as described pre- “2” or “L” position. This may cause Never attempt to move the selector viously.

  • Page 148

    (i) If you cannot shift the selector le- NOTICE ver out of “P” position Always use the brake pedal or the If you cannot shift the selector lever from parking brake to hold the vehicle on “P” position even though the brake pedal an upgrade.

  • Page 149

    —5−speed models (Vehicles with 1GR−FE and 1KD−FTV engines) Your automatic transmission has a shift lock system to minimize the possibility of incorrect operation. This means you can only shift out of “P” position when the brake pedal is depressed (with the engine Selector lever switch in “ON”...

  • Page 150

    (b) Normal driving Four−wheel drive control lever in “L” or CAUTION “LL” 1. Start the engine as instructed in “How to start the engine” on page 248 in 1GR−FE engine Never put your foot on the accelera- Section 3. The transmission must be in .

  • Page 151

    Shift into the “L” position. The trans- NOTICE CAUTION mission will downshift to first gear when the vehicle speed drops down to z Be careful not to over−rev the en- Be careful when downshifting on a or lower than the following speed, and gine.

  • Page 152

    NOTICE z Do not continue hill climbing or CAUTION hard towing for a long time in the Always use the brake pedal or the “3”, “2” or “L” position. This may Never attempt to move the selector parking brake to hold the vehicle on cause severe automatic transmis- lever into “P”...

  • Page 153: Manual Transmission

    Manual transmission (i) If you cannot shift the selector le- ver out of “P” position If you cannot shift the selector lever from “P” position even though the brake pedal is depressed, use “SHIFT LOCK” button. For instructions, see “If you cannot shift automatic transmission selector lever”...

  • Page 154

    The shift pattern is conventional as Maximum allowable speeds NOTICE shown above. To get on a highway or to pass slower Do not downshift if you are going In case of driving your vehicle with traffic, maximum acceleration may be nec- faster than the maximum allowable 6−speed manual transmission, the buzzer essary.

  • Page 155: Four−wheel Drive System/control

    Four−wheel drive system— (a) Four−wheel drive control (lever type) Good driving practice “LL” (low speed position, center differ- ential locked): Lever at “LL” If it is difficult to shift into reverse, put Use this for maximum power and traction. the transmission in neutral, release the Use “LL”...

  • Page 156

    (b) Shifting procedure (b) Shifting procedure (with manual transmission) (with automatic transmission) SHIFTING BETWEEN “H” AND “HL” SHIFTING BETWEEN “HL” AND “LL” SHIFTING BETWEEN “H” AND “HL” To shift from “HL” to “LL”, stop the To shift from “H” to “HL”, move the To shift from “H”...

  • Page 157

    Four−wheel drive system— (a) Four−wheel drive control (lever/button type) Use the center differential lock system if Use this for normal driving on all types of your wheels get stuck in a ditch, or when roads, from dry hard−surfaced roads to you are driving on a slippery or bumpy wet, icy or snow−covered roads.

  • Page 158

    If the indicator blinks even if doing so, SHIFTING BETWEEN “H” (UNLOCKED) tial locked): Lever at “L”, center differen- contact your Toyota dealer as soon as AND “H” (LOCKED) tial lock button pushed in possible. There may be a trouble in the...

  • Page 159

    (b) Shifting procedure (with automatic transmission) Rear differential lock system SHIFTING BETWEEN “H” (UNLOCKED) CAUTION AND “H” (LOCKED) shift between unlock lock Do not use the rear differential lock modes in “H”, push the center differential in the conditions other than above. lock button.

  • Page 160

    The anti−lock brake system does not oper- The differential will also unlock if you shift ate when the rear differential is locked. It the four−wheel drive control lever to “H” is normal operation for the “ABS” warning or “HL”. Never forget to turn off the switch light to be on at this time.

  • Page 161: Active Traction Control System

    “ON”. If the indicator light does not come on when the engine switch is turned CAUTION on, contact your Toyota dealer. Under certain slippery road condi- tions, full traction of the vehicle and power to the 4 wheels cannot be maintained, even though the traction control system is in operation.

  • Page 162

    Active traction control system In the following cases, contact your Toyota Vehicle stability control system dealer: Downhill assist control system The warning light does not come on Hill−start assist control system...

  • Page 163: Vehicle Stability Control System

    (Al- When replacing the tires or wheels, though the active traction control system contact your Toyota dealer. (See does not operate, there is no problem to “Checking and replacing tires” on continue your driving.) The system will be page 318 in Section 7−2.)

  • Page 164

    In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer: The indicator light does not come on when the engine switch is turned “ON”. The indicator light remains on after the engine switch is turned on. The indicator light comes on when the system is on while driving.

  • Page 165

    CAUTION operates when applied, there is no prob- lem to continue your driving. Do not rely excessively on the down- In the following cases, contact your Toyota “VSC TRC” warning light hill assist control system. It may not dealer: be able to maintain a low speed over This light warns that when there is a road surfaces or off−road surfaces on...

  • Page 166

    If you push the “DAC” switch to turn the when the switch is pushed, contact your system off while it is in operation, the Toyota dealer. system will stop operating gradually. The downhill assist control system indicator light will flash to alert the driver. To con- tinue driving at a low speed, push the “DAC”...

  • Page 167

    Toyota actuator. (Although the downhill assist Active traction control system dealer.

  • Page 168

    If there is any abnormality in the sys- sounds for about 3 seconds.) tem, the “VSC TRC” warning light will In the following cases, contact your Toyota come on. When the “DAC” switch is dealer: At this time, the “VSC TRC” warning light...

  • Page 169

    “ON”. If the indicator light does not uphill slope. come on when the engine switch is turned on, contact your Toyota dealer.

  • Page 170

    Keep in mind the following when driv- Vehicles with 1GR−FE and 1KD−FTV en- ing. gines— The hill−start assist control system op- The brake actuator temperature increases erates for 5 seconds maximally. If both during continuous operation of the follow- the brake and accelerator pedals re- ing systems.

  • Page 171

    (The continuous buzzer sounds for about 3 seconds.) In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer: At this time, the “VSC TRC” warning light will come on and the hill−start assist con- The warning light does not come on...

  • Page 172

    This rear height control air suspension (b) Vehicle height mode changing con- CAUTION controls the vehicle height depending dition on the vehicle driving conditions. Select To change the vehicle height, it is neces- The “HI” mode should be used for your desired height among the “HI”...

  • Page 173

    However, when you are driving on bumpy To change the “LO” mode to “HI”, push roads, which may cause the suspension to the switch twice. It takes about 30 sec- fully elongate, the rear height control air onds until the “LO” mode changes to the suspension will not operate.

  • Page 174

    Even if the engine is stopped while the z After unloading, the height of a ve- vehicle height is being lowered, the opera- hicle equipped with the rear height tion continues for up to 25 seconds. If, control suspension becomes within this 25 seconds, any of the side slightly higher than the normal ve- doors or the back door is opened, opera-...

  • Page 175

    Even after the rear height control air sus- NOTICE pension is turned off with the “HEIGHT CONTROL OFF” switch, if the vehicle z When jacking up or installing tire speed exceeds 30 km/h (19 mph), the chains, be sure to turn off the rear rear height control air suspension automat- height control air suspension by ically selects the “N”...

  • Page 176

    (The vehicle height does your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. change.) The present mode indicator light comes on again. The height control “OFF” indicator light does not come on when the engine In this case, even if the vehicle is moved switch is turned on.

  • Page 177

    “LL” or “L”, the damping effect suitable for is corrected. If this is the case, bring your off−road driving will be harder in any vehicle to your Toyota dealer as soon as mode. Toyota electronic modulated suspension possible and have it checked.

  • Page 178: Cruise Control

    Parking brake Cruise control The cruise control is designed to main- CAUTION tain a set cruising speed without requir- ing the driver to operate the accelera- Before driving, be sure the parking tor. Cruising speed can be set to any brake is fully released and the park- speed above 40 km/h (25 mph).

  • Page 179

    CAUTION To avoid accidentally engaging the cruise control, turn the system off when it is not in use. Make sure the “CRUISE” indicator light is off. TURNING THE SYSTEM ON AND OFF SETTING THE CRUISING SPEED To turn the cruise control on, press the On vehicles with automatic transmission, “ON−OFF”...

  • Page 180

    “− SET” direction. out other than for the above cases, have cancelled by the driver or by the system your vehicle checked by your Toyota deal- On vehicles with automatic transmission, itself under certain circumstances. Tempo- even if you downshift the transmission er at the earliest opportunity.

  • Page 181

    The indicator light does not come on. The indicator light flashes again. The indicator light goes out after it comes on. If this is the case, contact your Toyota dealer and have your vehicle inspected.

  • Page 182: Audio System

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Audio system Reference ..........Using your audio system .

  • Page 183

    Reference —Some basics This section describes some of the basic TONE AND BALANCE features on Toyota audio systems. Some For details about your system’s tone and information may not pertain to your sys- balance controls, see the description of tem.

  • Page 184

    YOUR RADIO ANTENNA YOUR COMPACT DISC PLAYER YOUR COMPACT DISC CHANGER Your vehicle has an antenna printed on When you insert a disc, gently push it in Your compact disc player has a changer the inside of each rear quarter window. with label side up.

  • Page 185: Controls And Features

    —Controls and features Details of specific buttons, controls and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows.

  • Page 186

    1 2 3 4 5 6 (Preset buttons) Compact disc player (Program) These buttons are used to preset and Push and hold “ ” button or “ ” but- Push “ ” button to select the other tune in radio stations. ton to fast forward or reverse within a side of a cassette tape.

  • Page 187

    If the malfunction still exists, take your track, or track and disc number currently vehicle to your Toyota dealer. *: Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from being played. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “DOLBY” and the...

  • Page 188

    MUTE With compact disc changer only— Compact disc player There are two repeat features—You can Push the “MUTE” button to turn the vol- To play all the tracks in the magazine in ume off momentarily. “MUTE” will appear random order: either replay a disc track or a whole com- on the display.

  • Page 189

    SCAN Scanning for the tracks on a disc: Cassette Player Quickly push and release the “SCAN” but- Use this button to skip up or down to Radio ton. “SCAN” will appear on the display locate a song or recording. You can either scan all the frequencies on and the player will scan all the tracks on a band or scan only the preset stations You can select up to nine recordings (in-...

  • Page 190

    CD (compact disc) changer Compact disc player TEXT Some models have a compact disc chang- er which stores up to six discs. To oper- Compact disc player only— Use this button to skip up or down to a ate the compact disc player, put the com- different track.

  • Page 191

    Inserting compact discs 2. Slide open the cover of the CD chang- 3. Pull out the tray while pushing the lock er. The magazine will come out from release button. 1. Pull the lever and open the glove box the CD changer. door.

  • Page 192: Audio Remote Controls, Steering Switches

    Audio remote controls (steering switches) 4. Place a disc on the tray with its label 5. Insert the magazine into the CD chang- The switches are installed on the left side face up, and insert the tray into the er as shown above. Then close the of the steering wheel.

  • Page 193

    (a) When the radio mode is selected (b) When the “TAPE” mode is selected (c) When the “CD” mode is selected “ ” or “ ” switch: Push this switch for “ ” or “ ” switch: Push this switch to “...

  • Page 194

    Audio system operating hints CARING FOR YOUR CASSETTE PLAYER Avoid using cassettes with a total play- NOTICE AND TAPES ing time longer than 100 minutes (50 minutes per side). The tape used in To ensure correct audio system op- For the best performance for your cas- these cassettes is thin and could get erations: sette player and tapes:...

  • Page 195

    CARING FOR YOUR COMPACT DISC PLAYER AND DISC Extremely high temperatures can keep your compact disc player from working. On hot days, use the air conditioning to cool the vehicle interior before you listen to a disc. Bumpy roads or other vibrations may make your compact disc player skip.

  • Page 196

    NOTICE z Do not use special shaped, trans- parent/translucent, low quality or la- beled discs such as those shown in the illustrations. The use of such discs may damage the player or changer, or it may be impossible to eject the disc. z This system is not designed for use Correct Wrong...

  • Page 197

    To clean a compact disc: Wipe it with a soft, lint−free cloth that has been damp- ened with water. Wipe in a straight line from the center to the edge of the disc (not in circles). Dry it with another soft, lint−free cloth.

  • Page 198: Air Conditioning System

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Air conditioning system Manual air conditioning system Controls ..........Air flow selector settings .

  • Page 199

    Manual air conditioning system— —Controls 1. Air flow selector 2. Fan speed selector 3. Temperature selector 4. Air intake selector 5. “A/C” button (on some models)

  • Page 200

    Fan speed selector For details about air flow selector settings, see “—Air flow selector settings” de- Turn the knob to adjust the fan speed—to scribed below. the right to increase, to the left to de- crease. Temperature selector Turn the knob to adjust the temperature— to the right to warm, to the left to cool.

  • Page 201

    If this happens, take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer for service. Air intake selector Press the button to select the air source.

  • Page 202

    —Air flow selector settings —Operating tips To cool off your Toyota after it has been parked in the hot sun, drive with the windows open for a few minutes. This vents the hot air, allowing the air conditioning to cool the interior more quickly.

  • Page 203

    If following another vehicle on a dusty Heating Air conditioning road, or driving in windy and dusty For best results, set controls as follow: For best results, set controls as follow: conditions, it is recommended that the air intake selector be temporarily set to Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF”...

  • Page 204

    Defogging Defrosting The inside of the windshield The outside of the windshield For best results, set controls as follow: For best results, set controls as follow: Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF” Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF” Temperature—Towards WARM Temperature—Towards WARM (red zone) to heat;...

  • Page 205

    Automatic air conditioning system— —Controls 1. Windshield air flow button 2. “OFF” button 3. “AUTO” button 4. Temperature selector (At the independent mode: Mainly for driver and secondarily for front passen- ger) (At the linked mode: For driver) 5. Air intake selector 6.

  • Page 206

    “AUTO” button Temperature selector Vehicles with cool box— The air conditioning system cannot be To increase the temperature, press the For automatic operation of the air condi- turned off while the cool box is on. “” side, to decrease it, press the “” tioning, press the “AUTO”...

  • Page 207

    1. Panel—Air flows mainly from instrument panel vents. 2. Bi−level—Air flows from both the floor vents and the instrument panel vents. 3. Floor—Air flows mainly from the floor vents. 4. Floor/Windshield—Air flows mainly from the floor vents and windshield vents. For details about air flow selector settings, see “—Air flow selector settings”...

  • Page 208

    If this happens, take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer for service. Air intake selector Press the button to select the air source.

  • Page 209

    —Air flow selector settings —Operating tips To cool off your Toyota after it has been parked in the hot sun, drive with the windows open for a few minutes. This vents the hot air, allowing the air conditioning to cool the interior more quickly.

  • Page 210

    If following another vehicle on a dusty Heating Air conditioning road, or driving in windy and dusty For best results, set controls as follow: For best results, set controls as follow: conditions, it is recommended that the —For automatic operation —For automatic operation air intake selector be temporarily set to RECIRCULATE, which will close off the...

  • Page 211

    Ventilation Defogging and defrosting To turn off the air conditioning alone, press the “A/C” button once again. For best results, set controls as follow: —The inside of the windshield When the “A/C” button is not pressed in, —For automatic operation For best results, set controls as follow: pressing another air flow button turns off —For automatic operation...

  • Page 212

    Instrument panel vents Pressing the windshield button turns on If air flow control is not satisfactory, check the defroster−linked air conditioning. At the instrument panel vents. The instrument this time, the “A/C” button indicator comes panel vents may be opened or closed as on regardless of whether or not the “A/C”...

  • Page 213

    Rear cooler system 1. Temperature selector This knob is used to adjust the tempera- ture of the cooled air. Turn the knob to the left to lower the temperature. You can adjust the tempera- ture of the rear cooler system to 5_C of the temperature of the front cooler sys- tem.

  • Page 214: Air Conditioning Filter

    Air conditioning filter —Checking and replacing the (on some models)— air condition filter The air conditioning filter may clog af- ter long use. The filter may need to be replaced if the air flow of the air condi- tioning and heater experiences extreme reductions in operating efficiency, or if the windows begin to fog up easily.

  • Page 215

    LC19003 LC19002 1. Open the glove box and push in 2. Remove the filter case by holding 3. Remove the filter from the filter case each side of the glove box to dis- both sides. and replace it with a new one. connect the claws.

  • Page 216

    INFORMATION The air filter should be installed prop- erly in position. The use of air condi- tioning with the air filter removed may cause deteriorated dustproof per- formance and then affect air condi- tioning performance.

  • Page 218: Other Equipment

    SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Other equipment Clock ............Outside temperature display .

  • Page 219: Outside Temperature Display

    1:00 (one “−−” appears on the display, contact your o’clock). Toyota dealer. When the instrument panel lights are There may be a case that “−−” appears turned on, the brightness of the time in- momentarily when the engine switch is dication will be reduced.

  • Page 220

    Multi−information display— 1. Cruise information display 2. Compass 3. Clock 4. “RESET” button 5. “ ” button 6. “ ” button 7. “MODE” button...

  • Page 221

    The multi−information display provides CAUTION various information such as the follow- ings. Do not operate the buttons while the 1. Clock (For details, see “—Clock” on vehicle is moving. Make sure to oper- page 213 in this Section.) ate the buttons when the vehicle is 2.

  • Page 222

    —Clock —Cruise information display If the electric power source has been dis- The display indicates the following in- connected, the time display will automati- formation when the key is in the “ON” cally be set to 1:00. position. Every time you push the “MODE” button, the display toggles through this informa- tion.

  • Page 223

    “−−” will appear on the display. If ond. “−−” appears on the display, contact your When the vehicle is stopped with the Toyota dealer. engine running, the display will indicate extremely high fuel consumption. In some cases, “−−” may appear momen- tarily when the engine switch is quickly turned to “ON”.

  • Page 224

    When the vehicle is driving down a Every time you refuel the vehicle, the cal- long slope with the engine brake ap- culation is reset. However, when only a plied, the display will indicate extremely small amount of fuel is added to the tank, low fuel consumption.

  • Page 225

    5. Average vehicle speed mode 6. Barometer mode 7. Altimeter mode (“ALTI m”) (“AVG. km/h”) (“BARO hPa”) In altimeter mode, the approximate alti- Average vehicle speed is calculated and In barometer mode, the atmospheric tude is displayed. displayed based on total driving dis- pressure in the vehicle is displayed.

  • Page 226

    —Compass RECTIFICATION OF THE ALTITUDE Rectification is valid only when the correct altitude is known. While the altitude mode is on the display, push the “ ” or “ ” button to increase or decrease the altitude by 10 m (32.8 ft.). To reset the rectified altitude, push and hold the “RESET”...

  • Page 227

    The compass may not show the correct direction under the following conditions: The vehicle is stopped immediately af- ter turning. The compass does not adjust while the vehicle is stopped. The engine switch is turned off immedi- ately after turning. The vehicle is on an inclined surface.

  • Page 228

    CALIBRATING THE COMPASS (deviation calibration) The direction display on the compass deviates from the true direction deter- mined by the earth’s magnetic field. The angle of deviation varies according to the geographic position of the vehicle. To adjust this deviation, stop the vehicle and push and hold the “MODE”...

  • Page 229

    After calibration, leave the system for 6 seconds or push and hold the “MODE” button for more than 2 seconds. The dis- play will return to compass mode. CAUTION Do not adjust the display while the vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust the display only when the vehicle is stopped.

  • Page 230

    Cigarette lighter and ashtrays Perform circling calibration just after Do not adjust the display while the you have purchased your Toyota. Then vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust always perform circling calibration after the display only when the vehicle is the battery has been removed, replaced stopped.

  • Page 231

    To prevent the fuse from being Do not hold the cigarette lighter pressed blown, do not use the electricity over the total vehicle capacity of Use a Toyota genuine cigarette lighter or 12V/120W (front and rear outlets to- equivalent for replacement. gether).

  • Page 232: Auxiliary Boxes

    Glove box Auxiliary boxes— To use the auxiliary boxes, open the lids as shown in the following illustra- tions. CAUTION To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop, always keep the auxiliary box closed while driving.

  • Page 233

    —First−aid kit holder Tie−down hooks Type A Type B auxiliary box is equipped with To secure your luggage, use the tie−down a strap to hold the first−aid kit. hooks as shown above. Although the first−aid kit itself is not in- See “Luggage stowage precautions”...

  • Page 234

    Mesh pocket Front cup holders The cup holders are designed for hold- ing cups or drink−cans securely. The cup holder can be adjustable to the size of the cups by changing the separa- tor position or moving the separator arms. CAUTION Do not place anything else other than cups or drink−cans on the cup holder,...

  • Page 235

    Rear cup holders Console box The cup holders are designed for hold- ing cups or drink−cans securely. Type A—To use the holder, pull the arm- rest out and push the lid. CAUTION Do not place anything else other than cups or drink−cans on the cup holder, such items...

  • Page 236

    Tissue pocket Cool box The rear console box is equipped with a tissue pocket on the inside of the rear console box lid. To use the tissue pocket: 1. Pull up the console box lid while push- ing the lock release lever. 2.

  • Page 237

    Floor mat Vehicles with manual air conditioning system— The cool box cannot be turned on un- less the air conditioning system is also on. To turn the cool box on, push the “PWR” switch. The indicator shows on/ off status of the cool box. When the indicator light is not illuminated, the cool box is off.

  • Page 238: Information Before Driving Your Toyota

    ........Your Toyota’s identification .

  • Page 239

    Off−road vehicle precautions This vehicle belongs to the utility ve- CAUTION hicle class, which has higher ground clearance and narrower tread in relation Always observe the following precau- to the height of its center of gravity to tions to minimize the risk of serious make it capable of performing in a wide personal injury or damage to your ve- variety of off−road applications.

  • Page 240

    Engine damage caused by use of improp- higher center of gravity, your ve- for the first 1000 km (600 miles) can add er fuels is not covered under Toyota’s new hicle is more sensitive to side to the future economy and long life of vehicle warranty.

  • Page 241: Fuel Pump Shut Off System

    Toyota dealer. However, occasionally, you may notice light knocking for a short time while accel- erating or driving up hills. This is normal...

  • Page 242

    Three−way catalytic converters Operation in foreign (Vehicles with 1GR−FE engine) countries If you plan to drive your Toyota in NOTICE another country... A large amount of unburned gases First, comply with the vehicle registration flowing into the three−way catalytic laws.

  • Page 243: Catalytic Converter

    Do not drive with an extremely low vehicle in for a check−up as soon fuel level; running out of fuel could as possible. Remember, your Toyota cause the engine to misfire, creat- dealer knows your vehicle and its ing an excessive load on the cata- three−way catalytic converter sys-...

  • Page 244

    To ensure that the catalytic convert- inspected and repaired by your er and the entire emission control To allow proper operation of your Toyota dealer. Failure to do so may system operate properly, your ve- vehicle’s ventilation system, keep allow exhaust gases to enter the...

  • Page 245

    Facts about engine oil consumption FUNCTIONS OF ENGINE OIL The amount of engine oil consumed de- Do not leave the engine running in pends on the viscosity of the oil, the Engine oil has the primary functions of an area with snow build−up, or quality of the oil and the conditions the lubricating and cooling the inside of the where it is snowing.

  • Page 246

    Also, the brake system warning regularly. Toyota recommends that the oil pedal pressure. There is enough reserved light may come on. level be checked every time you refuel vacuum for one or two stops—but no...

  • Page 247

    When the anti−lock brake system mal. And your braking distance will your vehicle and contact your Toyota deal- function is in action, you may feel the increase. brake pedal pulsating and hear a noise.

  • Page 248

    Depressing the brake pedal on slippery CAUTION Anti−lock brake system is not de- road surfaces such as on a manhole cov- signed to shorten the stopping dis- er, a steel plate at a construction site, Do not overestimate the anti−lock tance: Always drive at a moderate joints in a bridge, etc.

  • Page 249

    Contact your The light comes on when the engine Toyota dealer as soon as possible to switch is turned to the “ON” position. If service the vehicle. the anti−lock brake system works properly, The light does not come on when the the light turns off after a few seconds.

  • Page 250

    Contact your the anti−lock brake system and the brake The light may stay on for about 60 Toyota dealer as soon as possible to assist system work properly, the light seconds after the engine switch is service the vehicle.

  • Page 251: Brake Pad Wear Indicators, Luggage Stowage Precautions

    For an explanation of this system’s warn- Toyota dealer immediately. Do not place anything on the flat- ing light, see “Service reminder indicators tened seat or it may slide forward and warning buzzers”...

  • Page 252

    In an accident they carrier, you must fit the roof rails with is securely fastened on the roof may injure the vehicle occupants. two or more genuine Toyota cross rails luggage carrier. or their equivalent. Loading cargo on the roof luggage Follow the manufacture’s instructions and...

  • Page 253

    80 kg (176 lb.) On some models— observe the load limit and other Your Toyota is also equipped with a lim- instructions for the cross rails. ited−slip rear differential. If one rear wheel begins to spin, the limited−slip rear differ-...

  • Page 254: Vehicle Identification

    This number is stamped on the front right frame. This is the primary identification number for your Toyota. It is used in registering the ownership of your vehicle.

  • Page 255: Engine Number

    —Engine number Suspension and chassis CAUTION Do not modify the suspension/chassis with lift kits, spacers, springs, etc. It can cause dangerous handling charac- teristics resulting in loss of control. 1GR−FE engine 1KZ−TE engine The engine number is stamped on the engine block as shown.

  • Page 256: Starting And Driving

    SECTION STARTING AND DRIVING Before starting the engine ........How to start the engine .

  • Page 257: Before Starting The Engine

    How to start the engine— —Cranking hold function (gasoline engine with automatic Before starting the engine (a) Before cranking transmission) 1. Check the area around the vehicle be- Once you turn the engine switch to 1. Apply the parking brake firmly. fore entering it.

  • Page 258

    (b) Starting the engine (gasoline engine) Before starting the engine, be sure to fol- If the engine will not start... NOTICE low the instructions in “(a) Before crank- See “If your vehicle will not start” on page ing”. z Do not crank for more than 30 se- 266 in Section 4.

  • Page 259

    Precautions for turning off an engine with turbocharger (b) Starting the engine (diesel engine) (diesel engine) If the engine stalls... After high−speed or extended driving, etc., requiring a heavy engine load, the engine Simply restart it, using the correct proce- should be allowed to idle, as shown in the dure given above, depending on the en- chart, before turning it off.

  • Page 260

    Inside the vehicle AFTER STARTING THE ENGINE eye! Or, if you would like, your Toyota Jack and wheel nut wrench. Make sure dealer will be pleased to make this check Exhaust system. Listen for any leakage.

  • Page 261

    Toyota dealer for assistance. Do not continue normal driving damage to the tires and/or wheels. Vehicles with rear height control air when the brakes are wet.

  • Page 262

    After driving through puddle, flooded, be sure to have your Toyota from operating properly. lightly depress the brake pedal to dealer check brake function, changes make sure that the brakes are func- in quantity and quality of oil and fluid tioning properly.

  • Page 263

    Off−road driving precautions NOTICE CAUTION In a rollover crash, an unbelted per- son is significantly more likely to z If driving through water, such as Always observe the following precau- die than a person wearing a seat when crossing shallow streams,first tions to minimize the risk of serious belt.

  • Page 264: Winter Driving Tips

    See page 313 in Section 7−2 for recom- coolant type selection. mended viscosity. Leaving a heavy sum- “Toyota Super Long Life Coolant” is a mix- mer oil in your vehicle during winter ture of 50% coolant and 50% deionized months may cause harder starting. If you water.

  • Page 265

    “P” (automatic) or into first or reverse or trailer. Ask your local Toyota dealer for automatic leveling function, resulting (manual) and block the front wheels. Do further details before towing, as there are in unexpected accident.

  • Page 266

    WEIGHT LIMITS Trailer hitch assemblies have differ- The load on either the front or rear Before towing, make sure the total trail- ent weight capacities established by axle resulting from distribution of er weight, gross vehicle weight, gross the hitch manufacturer. Even though the gross vehicle weight on both axle weight and trailer tongue load are the vehicle may be physically capa-...

  • Page 267

    HITCHES BRAKES AND SAFETY CHAINS Total trailer weight Tongue load Use only a hitch which is recom- Toyota recommends trailers with mended by the hitch manufacturer and brakes that conform to any applica- conforms to the total trailer weight re- ble federal and state regulations.

  • Page 268

    CONNECTING A TRAILER (models with Never tow a trailer without using rear height control air suspension) Toyota recommends that you do not safety chains securely attached to tow a trailer with a new vehicle or a Stop your vehicle and a trailer in line and both the trailer and the vehicle.

  • Page 269

    3. Set the supporting leg of a trailer on PRE−TOWING SAFETY CHECK TRAILER TOWING TIPS the ground and raise the hitch by 100 Check that your vehicle remains level When towing a trailer, your vehicle will mm (4 in.). when a loaded or unloaded trailer is handle differently than when not tow- 4.

  • Page 270

    Because stopping distance may be in- Crosswinds and rough roads will ad- Because of the added load of the trail- creased, vehicle−to−vehicle distance versely affect handling of your vehicle er, your vehicle’s engine may overheat should be increased when towing a and trailer, causing sway.

  • Page 271

    How to save fuel and make your vehicle last longer 1. Apply the brakes and hold. Improving fuel economy is easy—just take CAUTION it easy. It will help make your vehicle last 2. Have someone place wheel blocks un- longer, too. Here are some specific tips der both the vehicle and trailer wheels.

  • Page 272

    Avoid long engine idling. If you have Keep the front wheels in proper al- CAUTION a long wait and you are not in traffic, ignment. Avoid hitting the curb and it is better to turn off the engine and slow down on rough roads. Improper Never turn off the engine to coast start again later.

  • Page 274: In Case Of An Emergency

    SECTION IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY If your vehicle will not start ........If your engine stalls while driving .

  • Page 275

    Have be push started. Diesel−powered ve- the key checked at your Toyota dealer. If hicles may not be push−started if the 2. If the engine will not start, the engine none of your keys work, there may be a battery is discharged too much.

  • Page 276

    3. If the fuel system is O.K., but the en- or qualified repair shop for assistance. gine still will not start, it needs adjust- ment or repair. Call a Toyota dealer or NOTICE qualified repair shop for assistance. Do not crank for more than 30 se- conds at a time.

  • Page 277

    (c) Bleeding the fuel system (d) Jump starting (diesel engine) To avoid serious personal injury and If you should accidentally get acid damage to your vehicle which might re- on yourself or in your eyes, remove sult from battery explosion, acid burns, any contaminated clothing and flush electrical burns, or damaged electronic the affected area with water imme-...

  • Page 278

    JUMP STARTING PROCEDURE Jumper cable 1. If the booster battery is installed in Discharged battery another vehicle, make sure the vehicles are not touching. Turn off all unneces- sary lights and accessories. Booster When boosting, use the battery of battery matching or higher quality.

  • Page 279

    If the cause of your battery discharging is not apparent (for example, lights left on), When making the connections, to you should have it checked at your Toyota avoid serious injury, do not lean over dealer. the battery or accidentally let the...

  • Page 280

    Have your vehicle If the another attempt is not successful, again. checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as the battery may be depleted. Have it ch- possible. If the engine will not start, see “If your ecked at your Toyota dealer.

  • Page 281: If Your Vehicle Overheats

    1. Pull safely off the road, stop the ve- mal, to your Toyota dealer as soon as hicle and turn on your emergency possible. CAUTION flashers.

  • Page 282

    You should have it checked as alone; use vehicle support stands. soon as possible at your Toyota dealer. CAUTION Use the jack only for lifting your vehicle during wheel changing. When jacking, be sure to observe the...

  • Page 283

    —Required tools and spare tire 1. Get the required tools. NOTICE 1. Jack z Do not continue driving with a de- 2. Tool tray flated tire. Driving even a short dis- To prepare yourself for an emergency, you tance can damage a tire and wheel should familiarize yourself with the use of beyond repair.

  • Page 284

    Turn the jack joint by hand. Spare tire location is shown in the illustra- To remove the spare tire on the back tion. door: To remove: Turn the joint in direction 1 until the jack is free. 1. Models with back door mounted spare 1.

  • Page 285

    2. On some models, insert the key into 3. Turn the hold−down nuts counterclock- To remove the spare tire under the lug- the cylinder and remove the nut cover. wise with the wheel nut wrench and gage compartment: remove them. 1.

  • Page 286

    NOTICE Tighten all joints securely. Otherwise, the extension may come off and it may damage the paint or vehicle body. When connecting a jack handle extensions 2. Open the back door. and jack handle end, use a Phillips−head 3. Remove the access hole cover on the screwdriver or jack handle to tighten the rear bumper with a flat−blade screw- bolts on the joints as shown in the il-...

  • Page 287

    4. Insert the end of the jack handle exten- 5. After the tire is lowered completely to When storing the spare tire, put it in place sion into the lowering screw and turn the ground, remove the holding bracket with the outer side of the wheel facing up. it counterclockwise with the handle, as shown in the illustration.

  • Page 288

    —Blocking the wheel —Removing wheel ornament 3. Remove the wheel ornament. Pry off the wheel ornament, using the beveled end of the wheel nut wrench as shown. CAUTION Do not try to pull off the ornament by hand. Take due care in handling the ornament to avoid unexpected person- al injury.

  • Page 289: Positioning The Jack

    —Loosening wheel nuts —Positioning the jack CAUTION Never use oil or grease on the bolts or nuts. The nuts may loose and the wheels may fall off, which could cau- se a serious accident. Front Rear 4. Loosen all the wheel nuts. 5.

  • Page 290

    NOTICE Tighten all joints securely. Otherwise, the extension may come off and it may damage the paint or vehicle body. Put a jack handle, jack handle extensions When connecting a jack handle extension and jack handle end together as shown in with jack handle end, use a Phillips−head the illustration.

  • Page 291: Changing Wheels

    —Raising your vehicle —Changing wheels Front of vehicle 6. After making sure that no one is in 7. Raise the vehicle high enough so 8. Remove the wheel nuts and change the vehicle, as the jack touches the that the spare tire can be installed. tires.

  • Page 292

    —Reinstalling wheel nuts CAUTION Never use oil or grease on the bolts or nuts. Doing so may lead to over- tightening the nuts and damaging the bolts. The nuts may loose and the wheels may fall off, which could cau- se a serious accident.

  • Page 293

    —Reinstalling wheel —Lowering your vehicle ornament CAUTION When lowering the vehicle, make sure all portions of your body and all other persons around will not be injured as the vehicle is lowered to the ground. Have the wheel nuts tightened with torque wrench to 113 N·m (11.5 kgf·m, 83 ft·lbf), as soon as pos- sible after changing wheels.

  • Page 294

    —After changing wheels 11. Reinstall the wheel ornament. 12. Check the air pressure of the re- CAUTION placed tire. Put the wheel ornament into position and then tap it firmly with the side or heel of Adjust the air pressure to the specification Before driving, make sure all the your hand to snap it into place.

  • Page 295

    If your vehicle becomes If your vehicle needs to be stuck towed— If your vehicle becomes stuck in snow, NOTICE (a) Towing with wheel lift type truck— mud, sand, etc., then you may attempt to rock the vehicle free by moving it If you rock your vehicle, observe the —From front forward and backward.

  • Page 296

    If towing is necessary, we recommend TOWING PRECAUTIONS: (c) Towing with sling type you to have it done by your Toyota Use a safety chain system for all towing, truck dealer or a commercial tow truck ser- and abide by the state/provincial and local vice.

  • Page 297: Emergency Towing

    —Emergency towing If towing is necessary, we recommend A driver must be in the vehicle to steer you to have it done by your Toyota it and operate the brakes. dealer or a commercial tow truck ser- Towing in this manner may be done only vice.

  • Page 298

    If the towing vehicle can hardly move, do not forcibly continue the towing. Contact your Toyota dealer or a commercial tow truck service for assistance. Tow the vehicle as straight ahead as possible.

  • Page 299: If You Cannot Shift Automatic Transmission Selector Lever

    Even if you lose only one key, contact under its own power. Use extreme cau- your Toyota dealer to make a new key. If tion when towing the vehicles. In addi- you lose all your master keys, you cannot tion, keep away from the vehicles and make new keys;...

  • Page 300: Corrosion Prevention And Appearance Care

    SECTION CORROSION PREVENTION AND APPEARANCE CARE Protecting your Toyota from corrosion ......Washing and waxing your Toyota .

  • Page 301

    Now, it is up to be dry. to see all the mud and dirt. It will do you. Proper care of your Toyota can help more harm than good to simply wet the High ambient temperatures can cause ensure long−term corrosion prevention.

  • Page 302

    Do not rub hard–let corrosion. Your Toyota dealer will be When the vehicle becomes remarkably the soap and water remove the dirt. happy to assist in supplying and installing...

  • Page 303

    Do not use scouring pads, wire Waxing your Toyota 4. To prevent water spots, dry the vehicle brushes, or coarse abrasives to using a clean soft cotton towel. Do not Polishing and waxing is recommended clean your wheels.

  • Page 304

    Cleaning the interior Exterior lights: Do not apply wax on the Vinyl interior CAUTION surfaces of the lights. Wax may cause The vinyl upholstery may be easily damage to the lenses. If you accidentally cleaned with a mild soap or detergent On vehicles with side airbags and put wax on the light surfaces, wipe or and water.

  • Page 305

    Carpets Windows NOTICE Use a good foam−type shampoo to The windows may be cleaned with any z Do not use organic substances (sol- clean the carpets. household window cleaner. vents, kerosene, alcohol, gasoline, Begin by vacuuming thoroughly to remove NOTICE etc.) or alkaline or acidic solutions.

  • Page 306

    Never use organic substances such If you have any questions about the as benzine, alcohol or gasoline, or cleaning of your Toyota, your local alkaline or acid solutions for clean- Toyota dealer will be pleased to answer leather these could them.

  • Page 308: Maintenance Requirements

    SECTION MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS Maintenance facts ......... . Does your vehicle need repairing? .

  • Page 309

    Doesn’t that seem like the best way? Long vehicle life Rubber hoses (for cooling and heater Your Toyota dealer has invested a lot of system, brake system and fuel system) Driving enjoyment money in special Toyota tools and service should be inspected by a qualified tech- equipment.

  • Page 310

    If you notice any of these clues, take your Note that rubber hoses will deteriorate tant clues are as follows: vehicle to your Toyota dealer as soon as with age, resulting in swelling, chafing or Engine missing, stumbling, or pinging possible.

  • Page 312

    SECTION − DO−IT−YOURSELF MAINTENANCE Introduction Engine compartment overview ......Fuse locations .

  • Page 313

    Engine compartment overview "1GR−FE engine 1. Windshield washer and rear window washer fluid tank 2. Engine oil level dipstick 3. Engine coolant reservoir 4. Engine oil filler cap 5. Fuse block 6. Battery 7. Condenser 8. Electric cooling fan 9. Radiator...

  • Page 314

    "1KD−FTV engine 1. Engine oil level dipstick 2. Intercooler 3. Engine oil filler cap 4. Fuel filter 5. Fuse block 6. Batteries 7. Radiator 8. Condenser 9. Electric cooling fan 10. Engine coolant reservoir LC71001a 11. Windshield washer and rear window washer fluid tank...

  • Page 315

    "1KZ−TE engine 1. Engine oil level dipstick 2. Intercooler 3. Engine oil filler cap 4. Fuel filter 5. Fuse block 6. Battery 7. Radiator 8. Condenser 9. Electric cooling fan 10. Windshield washer and rear window washer fluid tank 11. Engine coolant reservoir...

  • Page 316

    Do−it−yourself service Fuse locations precautions If you perform maintenance by yourself, be sure to follow the correct procedure given in this Section. Spare fuses You should be aware that improper or in- complete servicing may result in operating problems. This Section gives instructions only for those items that are relatively easy for an owner to perform.

  • Page 317

    CAUTION Be extremely cautious when work- Do not leave used oil within the ing on the battery. It contains poi- reach of children. When the engine is running, keep sonous and corrosive sulfuric acid. Dispose of used oil and filter only hands, clothing, and tools away Do not get under your vehicle with in a safe and acceptable manner.

  • Page 318

    1GR−FE and 1KD−FTV engines with z Be careful not to scratch the glass z Add only “Toyota Super Long Life the vehicle stability control sys- surface with the wiper frame. Coolant” or similar high quality eth- tem—Before...

  • Page 320: Engine And Chassis

    SECTION − DO−IT−YOURSELF MAINTENANCE Engine and Chassis Checking the engine oil level ....... . Checking the engine coolant level .

  • Page 321: Checking The Engine Oil Level

    Checking the engine oil level With the engine at operating tempera- If the oil level is below or only slightly ture and turned off, check the oil level above the low level, add engine oil of Low level Full level on the dipstick.

  • Page 322

    If you use SAE 10W−30 or a higher viscosity engine oil in extremely low Gasoline engine— temperatures, the engine may become “Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” is used in difficult to start, so SAE 5W−30 engine your Toyota vehicle. Use Toyota approved oil is recommended.

  • Page 323

    Oil identification marks Diesel engine— Recommended viscosity (SAE): “Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” is used in Either or both API registered marks are added to some oil containers to help your Toyota vehicle. Use Toyota approved you select the oil you should use.

  • Page 324

    Toyota engines. that the oil meets the guidelines recom- Please contact your Toyota dealer for fur- mended by the following associations: ther details about “Toyota Genuine Motor ACEA $(Association Oil”.

  • Page 325: Checking The Engine Coolant, Coolant Type Selection

    −35_C (−31_F). Life Coolant”, which has been tested to cock and water pump. ensure that it will not cause corrosion nor NOTICE If you can find no leak, have your Toyota result malfunction your engine dealer test the cap pressure and check coolant system with proper usage.

  • Page 326: Checking Tire Inflation Pressure

    Keep your tire inflation pressures at the dirty or you are not sure of their condi- proper level. tion, take your vehicle to a Toyota dealer. The recommended cold tire inflation pres- sures and tire sizes are given on page CAUTION 341 in Section 8.

  • Page 327: Checking/replacing Tires

    Be sure to reinstall the tire valve each tire. High tire pressure (overinflation)— caps. Without the valve caps, dirt or The tires on your Toyota have built−in Poor handling moisture could get into the valve core treadwear indicators to help you know and cause air leakage.

  • Page 328

    If air loss occurs while driving, do not CAUTION continue driving. Driving even a short dis- Toyota recommends all four tires, or at tance can damage a tire beyond repair. least both front or rear tires be re- Observe the following instructions.

  • Page 329: Rotating Tires

    To equalize tire wear and help extend WHEN SNOW TIRES tire life, Toyota recommends that you CHAINS rotate your tires approximately every Snow tires or chains are recommended 5000 km (3000 miles). However, the when driving on snow or ice.

  • Page 330

    TIRE CHAIN SELECTION Do not use snow tires of different CAUTION Use the tire chains of correct size. brands, sizes, construction or tread Regulations regarding the use of tire patterns, as this may cause danger- Do not exceed 50 km/h (30 mph) or chains vary according to location or ous handling characteristics result- the chain...

  • Page 331: Replacing Wheels, Aluminum Wheel Precautions

    When balancing your wheels, use only at your Toyota dealer. Toyota balance weights or equivalent Do not use wheels other than the A wheel of a different size or type may and a plastic or rubber hammer.

  • Page 332: Electrical Components

    SECTION − DO−IT−YOURSELF MAINTENANCE Electrical components Checking battery condition ........Battery recharging precautions .

  • Page 333: Checking Battery Condition

    Checking battery condition— —Checking battery exterior —Precautions Terminals CAUTION If electrolyte gets on your skin, thoroughly wash the contact area. If BATTERY PRECAUTIONS you feel pain or burning, get medi- cal attention immediately. The battery produces flammable and explosive hydrogen gas. If electrolyte gets on your clothes, there is a possibility of its soaking Do not cause a spark from the bat-...

  • Page 334

    22 and “Electric moon checked by your Never recharge the battery while the roof” on page 32 in Section 1−2. Toyota dealer. engine is running. Also, be sure all accessories are turned off. Clear or Have battery...

  • Page 335: Checking And Replacing Fuses

    Checking and replacing fuses Good Good Blown Blown Type A Type C If the headlights or other electrical components do not work, check the fuses. If any of the fuses are blown, they must be replaced. See “Fuse locations” on page 307 in Sec- tion 7−1 for locations of the fuses.

  • Page 336: Adding Washer Fluid

    The location of the pull−out there is a problem with the electrical sys- fool is shown in the illustration. tem. Have your Toyota dealer correct it as soon as possible. If you are not sure whether the fuse has...

  • Page 337: Replacing Light Bulbs

    LEDs. If any of the LEDs burn “NORMAL” level. windshield fogs up in the rain. However, if out, take your vehicle to your Toyota deal- there is a large drop of water on the er to have the light replaced.

  • Page 338

    —Headlights Light Bulbs Type Headlights 60/55 Front fog lights Front turn signal lights Parking lights Side turn signal lights Rear turn signal lights Stop/tail lights 21/5 Back−up lights License plate lights 1. Open the hood. Unplug the connec- 2. Release the bulb retaining spring Vanity lights tor.

  • Page 339: Front Fog Lights

    If the connector is tight, wiggle it. Make sure the rubber cover fits securely on the bulb base and the mounting body. Aiming is not necessary after replacing the bulb. When aiming adjustment is nec- essary, contact your Toyota dealer.

  • Page 340: Parking Lights

    —Parking lights —Front turn signal lights If either the left or right parking lights burns out, contact your Toyota dealer. NOTICE Do not try to replace any of the light bulbs mentioned above by yourself. You may damage the vehicle.

  • Page 341

    —Rear turn signal, stop/tail —Side turn signal lights and back−up lights (left side) Front of vehicle Use a Phillips−head screwdriver.

  • Page 342

    —Rear turn signal, stop/tail and back−up lights (right side) a: Stop/tail light Use a Phillips−head screwdriver. a: Stop/tail light b: Rear turn signal light b: Rear turn signal light c: Back−up light c: Back−up light...

  • Page 343

    —License plate lights —License plate lights (type A) (type B) Use a Phillips−head screwdriver.

  • Page 344: Specifications

    SECTION SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions ..........Engine .

  • Page 345

    Dimensions Engine Model: mm (in.) 1GR−FE, 1KD−FTV and 1KZ−TE With 225/70R17 tires With 265/65R17 tires Type: 4810 (189.4)* 4850 (190.9)* 1GR−FE engine Overall length 4715 (185.6)* 4715 (185.6)* 6 cylinder V type, 4 cycle, gasoline Overall width 1790 (70.5) 1875 (73.8) 1KD−FTV engine 4 cylinder in line, 4 cycle, diesel...

  • Page 346

    Fuel Service specifications Fuel type: ENGINE Valve clearance, mm (in.): Gasoline engine— conditioning Idler Unleaded gasoline, Research Octane 1GR−FE engine compressor Number 91 or higher. For improved Intake 0.15—0.25 (0.006—0.010) vehicle performance, the use of pre- Exhaust 0.29—0.39 (0.011—0.015) mium unleaded gasoline with a Re- 1KD−FTV engine search Octane Number of 95 or higher Generator...

  • Page 347

    1KD−FTV engine next oil change Without filter 6.3 (6.7, 5.5) G−DLD−1, API CF−4, API CF or “Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” is used in ACEA B1 your Toyota vehicle. Use Toyota approved (You may also use API CE or CD.) 1KD−FTV engine “Toyota Genuine Motor Oil”...

  • Page 348

    Coolant type: BATTERY “Toyota Super Long Life Coolant” is Specific gravity reading at 20_C (68_F): Total capacity, L (qt., Imp. qt.): used in your Toyota vehicle at factory 1.250—1.290 Fully charged 1GR−FE engine fill. In order to avoid technical problems, 1.160—1.200...

  • Page 349

    With rear differential lock system automatic transmission fluid only if your use only “Toyota Genuine ATF Type T−IV” 2.95 (3.1, 2.6) vehicle is driven under one of the Special (ATF JWS3309 or NWS6500) to aid in...

  • Page 350

    (kgf/cm or bar, psi) Tire size Tire size SAE 80W or 80W−90 Gasoline engine Front Rear Please contact your Toyota dealer for fur- Without the anti−lock brake system ther details. 55 (2.17) 225/70R17 200 (2.0, 29) 200 (2.0, 29) 108S 260 (2.7, 38)*...

  • Page 351

    Fuses 12. DEFOG 30 A: Rear window defogger 13. AIRSUS NO.2 10 A: Rear height con- trol air suspension 14. DOME 10 A: Interior lights, personal lights, wireless remote control system, LC80001a LC80002b engine switch light, door courtesy lights 15. RADIO NO.1 20 A: Audio system 16.

  • Page 352

    30. FR WIP−WSH 30 A: Windshield wipers 42. P FR P/W 20 A: Front passenger’s and washer power window 31. TEMS 20 A: Toyota electronic modu- 43. D RR P/W 20 A: Rear passenger’s lated suspension power window (left side) 32.

  • Page 353

    Fuses (type B) Fuses (type C) 57. ALT 140 A: All components in “HEAT- 49. HEATER 50 A: Air conditioning system ER”, “CDS FAN”, “FR FOG”, “AIRSUS”, 50. AIRSUS 50 A: Rear height control air “RR A/C” and “STOP” fuses suspension 58.

  • Page 354: Index

    SECTION INDEX...

  • Page 355

    ... . Cold weather Protecting your Toyota Brake system ..... . .

  • Page 356

    Cooling system Driving in the rain ....Emergency, In case of Driving tips Coolant level ..... . Bleeding the fuel system .

  • Page 357

    Engine coolant Fluid level Temperature gauge ....Washer fluid ..... . Gauge Fog light switch, Front .

  • Page 358

    Instrument panel Ashtray ......Light bulbs Maintenance Brightness control ....Back−up lights .

  • Page 359

    (seat belt pretensioners) ... . Protecting your Toyota Odometer ......

  • Page 360

    ......Toyota electronic modulated ..

  • Page 361

    モQ−4 Quick index D If a service reminder indicator or warning buzzer comes on ..D If your vehicle will not start ........D If your engine stalls while driving .

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