Land Cruiser V8 Brief Guide...
Lights Introducing Land Cruiser V8 Thank you for buying a Land Cruiser V8. We trust this Brief Guide will enable you to become familiar with your vehicle’s basic operations and assist you in enjoying your vehicle. This brief guide does not replace or substitute the Owner’s Manual, which you will find in the vehicle’s glove compartment.
Accessing your vehicle 1. Electronic keys - Operate smart entry & start system. - Operate the wireless remote control function. Smart entry & Start system The following operations can be performed simply by carrying the electronic key on your person. (The driver should always carry the electronic key.) 2.
Rear door child protection lock Child restraint system Child restraint systems are classified into the following 5 groups according to the regulation ECE No. 44: Group 0: Up to 10 kg or 22lbs (0-9 months) Group I: 9-18 kg or 20-40lbs (9 months-4 years) Group III: 22-36 kg or 48-79lbs(6 years-12 years) (A) Baby seat equal to Group 0 and 0+...
Seat and seat belt adjustment Head restraint height adjustment Pull to move upwards. Angle adjustment . Seat belts Manual seat 1. Seat position adjustment . 2. Seat back angle adjustment . 3. Vertical height adjustment.* 4. Seat cushion angle adjustment knob.* 5.
Steering wheel adjustment Manual tilt & telescopic steering To change the angle 1. Hold the steering wheel and pull the lock release lever towards you. 2. Tilt the steering wheel to the desired angle and release the lever. To change the column length 1.
Instrument panel overview Audio remote controls Headlight switch Indicator lever Fog light switch Multi-information display SRS knee airbags Cup holders A. Functions overview (page 7) B. Dashboard instruments (page 8). Gauges and meters Windshield wipers and washer switch Rear window wiper and washer switch Fuel filler door opener Bonnet opener...
Functions overview Area A indicated on instrument panel overview (page 6). Without navigation system Airbag manual on-off indicator Audio system* Outside temperature display Air conditioning system Windshield wiper de-icer switch With navigation system Front passenger’s seat belt reminder light Navigation system Air conditioning system Hazard lights switch...
Odometer/trip meter and trip meter reset button Power heater switch* Roll sensing of curtain shield airbags off switch Toyota parking assist-sensor switch* * On some models Instrument cluster The following gauges, meters and displays illuminate when the ‘‘ENGINE START STOP’’ switch is in the IGNITION ON mode.
These lights turn on when the ‘‘ENGINE START STOP’’ switch is turned to the IGNITION ON mode. They will turn off after the engine is started. There may be a malfunction if a light does not come on, or if the lights do not turn off. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer. Lights Tail light...
Wipers Wiper with interval adjuster Wiper interval can be adjusted for intermittent operation when is selected). Rear window wiper and washer 1. Intermittent wiper operation. 2. Low speed wiper operation. 3. High speed wiper operation. 4. Temporary operation. 5. Increase intermittent frequency. 6 Decrease intermittent frequency.
Electric windows and windows lock Keep fingers away from moving windows Starting your vehicle NB For diesel vehicles: The engine should not be started until the indicator light goes out. “ENGINE START STOP” switch mode Modes can be changed by pressing the "ENGINE START STOP" switch with the brake pedal released. The electric windows can be opened and closed as follows: 1.
Heating, A/C and de-misting Front air conditioning system With navigation system : Please refer to your Navigation System Owner's manual. Without navigation system : A. Vehicles with windshield de-icer B. Vehicles without windshield de-icer With rear air conditioning system 1. Passenger’s side temperature control. 2.
De-misting the windshield FRONT Set up display to access clock setting With Navigation system Please refer to your Navigation System Owner's Manual. Without Navigation system Press The air conditioning system control operates automatically. Recirculated air mode will automatically switch to outside air mode.
Gear change Automatic transmission Selecting a driving mode STRT Centre differential lock/unlock switch While the “ENGINE START STOP” switch is in the IGNITION MODE ON, depress and hold the brake pedal and move the gear lever. D = normal automatic driving style S = Control the engine braking forces The following patterns can be selected to suit current driving and operating conditions.
Fuel tank opening Before refueling the vehicle Turn the “ENGINE START STOP” switch OFF and ensure that all the doors and windows are closed. Pull the lever. Bonnet opening Opening the fuel tank cap Turn the fuel tank cap slowly to open. Hang the fuel tank cap on the back of the fuel filler door Take care to select the correct fuel.
Eco-Driving What is ‘‘Eco-Driving’’?’ • Eco-Driving = Driving in a more careful and environmentally responsible way • Eco-Driving = Reduced fuel costs Potential saving in the EU of 20 billion euros by 2010 • Eco-Driving = Reduced Environmental impact Potential saving in the EU of 50 million tons of emissions by 2010.