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OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
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Overview of instruments and controls
Instrument panel overview
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Indicator symbols on the instrument panel
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  • Page 1 ........Indicator symbols on the instrument panel ..... . . 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 2: Instrument Panel Overview

    12. Parking brake lever 13. Power door lock switches 14. AUX adapter 15. Power rear view mirror control switches 16. Hood lock release lever 17. Instrument panel light control knob 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 3 5. Front passenger airbag on−off indicator lights 6. Front passenger’s seat belt reminder light 7. Rear window defogger switch 8. Power outlet PS11502 9. Air conditioning controls 10. Ignition switch 11. Tilt steering lock release lever 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 4: Instrument Cluster Overview

    PS11503 1. Service reminder indicators and 4. Clock 7. Fuel gauge indicator lights 5. Clock reset knob 8. Trip meter reset knob 2. Tachometer 6. Odometer and two trip meters 3. Speedometer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 5 DWithout tachometer PS11504 1. Service reminder indicators and 4. Odometer and two trip meters 6. Clock indicator lights 5. Fuel gauge 7. Clock reset knob 2. Speedometer 3. Trip meter reset knob 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 6: Indicator Symbols On The Instrument Panel

    Charging system warning light ∗ 1 Low fuel level indicator light ∗ 1 Malfunction indicator lamp ∗ 1 Low engine oil pressure warning light windshield washer fluid level warning ∗ 1 light 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 7 : For details, see “Engine coolant temperature indicator and Headlight low beam indicator light warning light” on page 111 in Section 1−6. Taillight indicator light Turn signal indicator lights Headlight high beam indicator light Front fog light indicator light 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

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  • Page 10: Keys

    Toyota dealer using the key PS12502 number. We recommend writing down the key num- ber and storing it in a safe place. Without wireless remote control 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 11 Otherwise the engine may not start, or may stop soon after it starts. Without wireless remote control 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 12 Do not put the key in water or them with your hand to start the wash it in an ultrasonic washer. engine. z Do not use the key with electromag- netic materials. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 13: Engine Immobilizer System

    ID code for teed. the vehicle. The indicator light does not start flash- ing when the key is removed from the ignition switch. The indicator light flashes inconsistent- 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 14: Wireless Remote Control

    1 m (3 ft.) of the vehicle. When you operate any switch, push it slowly and securely. At this time, the indi- cator light flashes once. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 15 The battery may have been consumed. pressly approved by the party respon- Check battery key. sible for compliance could void the replace the battery, see “—Replacing user’s authority to operate the equip- battery” on page 17. ment. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 16 You have 30 seconds to open a door after using the wireless remote unlock feature. If a door is not opened by then, all the side doors and back door will be automati- Unlocking operation cally locked again. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 17 Push any switch on the key. Turn the ignition key from the “LOCK” to “ON” position. The panic mode does not work when the ignition key is in the “ON” position. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 18 (+) side After replacing the battery, check that the key operates properly. If the key still does not operate properly, contact your Toyota dealer. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 19: Side Doors

    In the driver’s door lock, turning the key once will unlock the driv- er’s door and twice in succession will un- lock all the side doors and back door simultaneously. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 20 Lock all the side doors and back door For front passenger’s use simultaneously with driver’s door. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 21 When the child−protector is locked, you cannot open the rear door by the inside door handle. We recommend using this feature whenever small children are in the vehicle. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 22: Power Windows

    Normal operation: The window moves as cannot be operated. long as you hold the switch. To open: Lightly push down the switch. To close: Pull up the switch. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 23 When small children are in the ve- hicle, never let them use the power window switches without supervi- sion. Use the window lock switch to prevent them from making unex- pected use of the switches. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 24: Back Door

    (see “Side doors” on page 19). When closing the back door, make sure it is securely closed. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 25: Hood

    Before driving, be sure that the hood rious injuries. is closed and securely locked. Other- wise, the hood may open unexpected- ly while driving and an accident may occur. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 26: Theft Deterrent System

    Then lower the hood and make sure it locks into place. If nec- essary, press down gently on the front edge to lock it. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 27 “Activating the system”. If the system does not work properly, closed and locked. have it checked by your Toyota dealer. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 28: Fuel Tank Cap

    When opening the cap, do not re- move the cap quickly. In hot weath- er, fuel under pressure could cause injury by spraying out of the filler neck if the cap is suddenly re- moved. Without tachometer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 29 If the cap is not tightened securely, the malfunction indicator lamp comes Make sure the cap is tightened securely. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 32: Seats

    Move your seat to the rear as far collision. as you can while still reaching the pedals comfortably. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 34 2. SEATBACK ANGLE ADJUSTING LEVER Lean forward and pull the lever up. Then lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. PS13501 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 35: Rear Seats

    Failure to do so will prevent the seat belt from operating properly. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 36 Folding down the rear seatbacks will en- large luggage compartment. “—Stowage precautions” on page 202 in Section 2 for precautions when loading luggage. PS13503 PS13504 Split seat Non−split seat 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 37: Fold−Down Rear Seat

    Split seat—After adjusting the seat position, release the lever and try sliding the seat forward and back- ward to make sure it is locked in position. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 38 The seat belt must be removed from the hanger when the seat belt is in use. NOTICE The seat belt must be stowed before you fold the seatback. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 39 Each seatback may be folded separately. position and are ready to use. NOTICE Do not pull the pocket that stores the seat belt comfort guide when return- ing the seatback to the upright posi- tion. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 40 1. Lower the head restraint to the low- as far as the seatbacks. See “Cargo and est position. Each seatback may be folded separately. luggage” on page 202 for precautions to observe for loading luggage. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 41: Head Restraints

    NOTICE Do not pull the pocket that stores the PS13514 seat belt comfort guide when return- ing the seatback to the upright posi- tion. Rear seat (split seat) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 42: Seat Belts

    If an straints removed. accident occurs and the seat belts are not worn properly, the force of the rapid infla- tion of the airbag may cause death or serious injury to the child. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 44 Do not place the shoulder belt un- injury. der your arm. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 45 Then curely latched for proper operation. make sure it remains untwisted as it re- Make sure buckle 1 is securely latched tracts. for ready use of the center seat belt. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 46 Make sure the both buckles are cor- rectly located and securely latched. Failure to properly match the buckle and tab may cause serious injury in case of an accident or a collision. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 47 NOTICE To use the comfort guide, do as fol- Stow the rear center seat belt tabs lows. when not in use. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 48 Seat belt comfort guide is stored in the Seat belt comfort guide is stored in the pocket on the right side of the left rear pocket behind the rear seatback. seatback. PS13601 Non−split seat 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 49 Failure to ob- must be on the front. serve these precautions could reduce the effectiveness of the seat belt in an accident, causing death or serious injury. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 50 Remember that the extender pro- vided for you may not be safe when used on a different vehicle, another person, or at a different seating position than the one origi- nally intended. Non−split seat 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 51 In this case, the driver’s extender. airbag may not activate correctly, causing death or serious injury in the event of collision. Be sure to wear the seat belt with the seat belt extender. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 52 This helps prevent until the seat belt is fixed, because damage to the vehicle interior and extend- it cannot protect an adult occupant er itself. or your child from death or serious injury. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 53 Con- 5. Front passenger occupant classification sult your Toyota dealer about any re- system (ECU and sensors) pair and modification. 6. Seat belt pretensioner assemblies 7. Airbag sensor assembly 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 54 If any seat belt does not retract or can not be pulled out due to a malfunction or activation of the relevant seat belt pretensioner. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 55: Srs Driver And Front Passenger Airbags

    The driver airbag system consists of the driver seat’s position sensor etc. The front passenger’s airbag system consists of the front passenger occupant classification sensor etc. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 56 For in- structions and precautions concern- ing the seat belt system, see “Seat belts” on page 42 in this Section. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 57 SRS airbags may oc- hicle is very close to the designed thresh- cur. old level, the SRS airbags and the seat belt pretensioners may not activate toge- ther. Always wear your seat belts properly. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 58 If you can safely exit system (ECU and sensors) ing airbag. from the vehicle, you should do so imme- 7. Front passenger’s seat belt buckle diately. switch 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 59 Sit up straight and well back in the a child restraint system, see “Child seat, and always use your seat belt restraint” on page 74 in this Sec- properly. tion. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 60 SRS front wise, the driver and front passenger sole, steering column, steering airbags operation. should not hold objects in their wheel or dashboard near the front arms or on their knees. passenger airbag 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 61 The SRS warning light and “AIRBAG OFF” NOTICE indicator light will come on if there is a malfunction in the front passenger occu- Do not disconnect the battery cables pant classification system. before contacting your Toyota dealer. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 62: Srs Side Airbags And Curtain Shield Airbags

    The SRS curtain shield airbags may acti- vate even when the side airbags are not activated. Always wear your seat belt properly. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 63 Always wear your seat belt properly. instructions concerning installation of a child restraint sys- tem, see “Child restraint” on page 74 in this Section. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 64 5. Side airbag modules soap and water. If you can safely exit (airbag and inflator) from the vehicle, you should do so imme- 6. Curtain shield airbag modules diately. (airbag and inflator) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 65 Do not apply excessive weight to the outer side of the seats with a side airbag, and to the front pillar, rear pillar and roof side rail with a curtain shield airbag. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 67 Such changes may prevent the side airbag system from activat- ing correctly, disable the system or cause the side airbags to inflate ac- cidentally, resulting in death or seri- ous injury. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 68 The light comes on or starts flashing while driving. The SRS warning light and “AIRBAG OFF” indicator light will come on if there is a malfunction in the front passenger occu- pant classification system. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 69: Front Passenger Occupant Classification System

    Do not apply pressure to the front pas- system operates and judges which indi- senger seat by resting hands or legs cator light be illuminated. on the seatback. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 70 To ensure the system correctly detects the presence or absence of a person of adult size sitting in the front passenger seat, make sure that none of the above occur. PS13556 Without tachometer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 71 The SRS warning light and “AIRBAG OFF” indicator light will come on if there is a malfunction in the front pas- senger occupant classification system. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 72 (See “Child restraint” on page 74 in this Section as for installing the child restraint system.) ∗ 4 : In the event that the front passenger does not wear a seat belt. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 73 Do not place a heavy load on the front passenger seat. Do not apply pressure to the front passenger seat by resting hands or legs on the seatback. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 74: Child Restraint

    77 in this Section.) child restraint system. In an acci- Do not modify or remove the front dent, child can be crushed seats. against the windshield, or between you and the vehicle’s interior. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 75 It is dangerous if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag in- flate, and the impact could cause death or serious injury to the child. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 76 This will prevent it from in- juring passengers in the event of a sud- den stop or accident. (B) Convertible seat 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 77 Other- wise, the child restraint system may not be properly secured. In the event accident, this cause death or serious injury. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 79 Keep To hold the infant seat securely, make the lap portion of the belt tight. sure the belt is in the lock mode before letting the belt retract. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 80 Follow all the installation ger. instructions provided by its manufac- turer. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 81 When the belt is then retracted even slightly, it cannot be extended. To hold the seat securely, make sure the belt is in the lock mode before letting the belt retract. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 82 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 83 Otherwise, rear−facing child restraint system is child may be killed or seriously in- installed on front passenger jured. seat. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 84 If the driver’s seat position does or serious injuries in a collision. not allow sufficient space for safe installation, install child straint system on the rear right seat. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 85 To hold the convertible seat securely, make sure the belt is in the lock mode before letting the belt retract. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 86 Follow all the installation ger. instructions provided by its manufac- turer. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 87 OFF” indicator light is illuminated, in a collision. because the front passenger airbag could inflate with considerable speed force. Otherwise, child may be killed or seriously in- jured. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 88 See “Seat belts” on Do not insert coins, clips, etc. in page 42 in this Section for details. the buckle as this may prevent your child from properly latching the tab and buckle. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 89 Anchor brackets are installed for each rear seating position. This symbol indicates the locations of user ready anchor brackets. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 90 1. Remove the deck board and luggage storage box. (See “Luggage storage box” on page 175 in Section 1−10.) 2. Remove luggage cover. (See PS13587 “Luggage cover” on page 175 in Section 1−10.) Split seat PS13588 Non−split seat 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 91 Latch hook onto the anchor bracket and tighten the top strap. For instructions to install the child re- straint system, see “Child restraint” on page 74 in this Section. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 92 CMVSS213 specification can be fixed with these anchorages. In this case, it is not necessary to fix the child restraint system with a seat belt on Canada only the vehicle. Type A 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 93 Canada only front seats. Otherwise, the child or front seat occupant(s) may be killed or seriously injured in case of sud- den braking or a collision. Type B 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 96: Tilt Steering Wheel

    Any object seen in a convex mirror will look smaller and farther away than when seen in a flat mirror. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 97 Push the switch to “L” (left) or “R” (right). 2. Control switch—To move the mirror Push the switch in the desired direc- tion. Mirrors can be adjusted when the key is in the “ACC” or “ON” position. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 98: Anti−Glare Inside Rear View Mirror

    Night driving—Lever at position 2 before driving. Remember that by reducing glare you also lose some rear view clarity. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 99: Sun Visors

    (posi- tion 2). If glare comes from obliquely behind you, extend the plate at the end of the visor (position 3). 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 100: Vanity Mirrors

    05 12.01 Vanity mirrors PS14507 To use the vanity mirrors, swing down the sun visor and slide the cover. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 102: Headlights And Turn Signals

    To turn on the other exterior lights and instrument panel lights, twist the knob to position 1. Twist the knob to position 2 to turn the headlights to full intensity for night driving. For Canada 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 103: Emergency Flashers

    “OFF”. lights) on the instrument panel flash faster than normal, a front or rear turn signal bulb is burned out. See “Replacing light bulbs” on page 288 in Section 7−3. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 104: Instrument Panel Light Control

    With the dial turned fully up, the intensity when the head lights are on low beam. of the instrument panel lights will not be reduced even when the tail lights/head- lights are turned on. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 105: Interior Light

    15 seconds before fading out. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 106: Personal Lights

    NOTICE If a nozzle becomes blocked, do not try to clear it with a pin or other object. The nozzle will be damaged. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 107: Rear Window Wiper And Washer

    Leaving the defogger Section 7−3. on for a long time could cause the battery to discharge, especially during stop−and− go driving. The defogger is not designed for drying rain water or for melting snow. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 108 To prevent the battery from being discharged, turn switch when the engine is not running. z When cleaning the inside of the rear window, careful scratch or damage the heater wires or connectors. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 109 ....... . Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers ....2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 110: Fuel Gauge

    Nearly empty—Indicator at “E” PS16501a PS16503 It is a good idea to keep the tank over 1/4 full. With tachometer With tachometer Low fuel level warning light PS16502a PS16504 Without tachometer Without tachometer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 111: Engine Coolant Temperature Indicator And Warning Light

    PS16506a If the high engine coolant temperature warning light flashes, your engine is too hot. If your vehicle overheats, stop your vehicle and allow the engine to cool. Without tachometer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 112: Tachometer

    Section 4. the slower the engine speed, the greater the fuel economy. NOTICE Do not let the indicator get segment into the red zone. This may cause severe engine damage. With tachometer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 113 A reading, then push and hold the knob until the meter is set to zero. The same process can be applied for resetting the trip meter B. Without tachometer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 114: Service Reminder Indicators And Warning Buzzers

    05 12.01 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. Fasten driver’s seat belt. (Indicator and buzzer) Fasten front passenger’s seat belt.
  • Page 115 If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. Stop and check. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer. If brake system warning light is also on, stop immedi- ately and contact Toyota dealer. Close all side doors and back door. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.
  • Page 116 05 12.01 If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. Stop and check. Key reminder Remove key. buzzer Light reminder Turn off lights. buzzer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 117 The light does not come on even if the stable during braking. have the front passenger buckle up the ignition key is turned on with the park- seat belt. ing brake released. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 118 These cases are temporary malfunctions. The malfunction indicator lamp will go off after taking several driving trips. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 119 There- after, if the system malfunctions, the light (g) Low Engine Oil Pressure Warning comes on again. Light This light warns that the engine oil pres- sure is too low. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 120 “ON” posi- tion or remains on for more than 6 seconds or flashes. The light comes on or starts flashing while driving. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 121 (n) High Engine Coolant Temperature distance driven exceeds 8000 km (5000 Warning Light miles), the light will come on. The light The light operates to warn that the engine will remain on thereafter. is almost overheating. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 122 If any service reminder indicator or warn- ing buzzer does not function as described above, have it checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 124: Ignition Switch

    It is not a malfunction if the needles on all meters move slightly when the key is door, a buzzer will remind you to remove turned to the “ACC”, “ON” or “START” the key. position. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 125: Automatic Transmission

    3: Engine braking (shifting into overdrive not possible) 2: Stronger engine braking L: Maximum engine braking With the brake pedal depressed (The ignition switch must be in “ON” position.) Shift normally 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 126 Be careful when downshifting on a slippery surface. Abrupt shifting 3. Release the parking brake and brake could cause the vehicle to skid or pedal. Depress the accelerator pedal spin. slowly for smooth starting. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 127 When towing a trailer, in order to main- NOTICE tain engine braking efficiency, do not use “D” position. The selector lever Never shift into reverse while the ve- must be in the “3” position. hicle is moving. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 128: Manual Transmission

    The transmission is fully synchronized and upshifting or downshifting is easy. For the best compromise between fuel economy and vehicle performance, you should upshift or downshift at the following speeds: 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 129: Parking Brake

    Do not use any gears other than first gear when starting off and moving forward. Doing so may dam- PS17505 age the clutch. z Make sure the vehicle is completely stopped before shifting into reverse. Type B 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 132 If the audio system was previously off, then the entire audio sys- tem will be turned off when you eject the compact disc. If another function was pre- viously playing, it will come on again. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 133 Keep in mind that if you are listening to a stereo recording or broadcast, changing the right/left balance will increase the vol- ume of one group of sounds while de- creasing the volume of another. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 134 By inserting a mini jack into the AUX adapter, you can listen to music from a portable audio device through the vehicle’s speaker system. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 135 05 12.01 —Controls and features DType 1 Details of specific buttons, controls, and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows. PS18504 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 136 “TRE −5” to “TRE 5”. automatically reverses and begins to play the other side. This is true whether the cassette was playing or fast forwarding. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 137 “AUX”. In both cases, a cassette indicates no disc is loaded inside the or off according to the mode used for must already be loaded in the player. magazine. Insert a disc. recording the tape. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 138 There must be at least 3 seconds of blank space between tracks in order for the re- peat feature to work correctly. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 139 After the beginning of the tape is lease the “ ” or “ ” under the “SEEK”. reached, the player will automatically Do this again to find another station. start playing the same side. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 140 If you want to return to the beginning of the current track, push the down side of the button one time, quickly. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 141 05 12.01 DType 2 Details of specific buttons, controls and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows. PS18505 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 142 FAD: Adjusts the sound balance between the front and rear speakers. The display ranges from F7 to R7. BAL: Adjusts the sound balance between the right and left speakers. The display ranges from L7 to R7. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 143 “ERROR 3”: There is a problem inside the system. Eject the disc or magazine. Set the disc or magazine again. “ERROR 4”: Over−current. your Toyota dealer to inspect. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 144 To turn off be replayed. This process will be contin- random feature, push this button ued until you push the button again to again. turn off the repeat feature. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 145 To stop scanning, push this button again. If the player has scanned all the discs, it will stop scan- ning. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 146 If you want to return to the beginning of the current file, push the “ ” side of the button one time, quickly. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 147 In addition, reception conditions change constantly as your vehicle moves. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 148 Do not leave a cassette in the player if you are not listening to it, especially if it is hot outside. Store cassettes in their cases and out of direct sunlight. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 149 Compact disc players use an invisible CD−R (CD−Recordable) laser beam which could cause hazard- CD−RW (CD−Re−writable) radiation exposure directed CD−ROM Z17058 outside the unit. Be sure to operate the player correctly. Transparent/translucent discs 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 150 Remove discs from the compact disc player when you are not listening to them. Store them in their plastic cases away from moisture, heat, and direct sunlight. Labeled discs 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 151 (.mp3/.wma) as an MP3/WMA file. To prevent noise and malfunctions, do not use this extension for files other than MP3/WMA files. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 152 Folder 7 time will not be correctly displayed if fast−forward or reverse operations are Folder 8 used. It is not possible to check folders that do not include MP3/WMA files. : MP3/WMA file 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 153 Titles and other text information re- corded on a CD−R/CD−RW disc may not be displayed by the MP3/WMA player (in the case of audio data (CD− DA)). 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 154 CD−DA— about 1/10 the level of a conventional disc. CD−DA is an abbreviation of Compact Disc Digital Audio. It refers to the uncom- pressed format of regular CDs. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 155 Microsoft Corporation. WMA is able to compress audio data to about 1/2 the lev- el of MP3. Windows Media and Windows are reg- istered trademarks of Microsoft Corpora- tion in the United States and other coun- tries. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 158: Controls

    05 12.01 Controls 1. Air intake selector 2. Air flow selector 3. Temperature selector 4. Fan speed selector 5. “A/C” Button (on some models) PS19516 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 159 3. Floor—Air flows mainly from the floor vents. 4. Floor/Windshield—Air flows mainly from the floor vents and windshield vents. Use with the air intake selector posi- tioned in FRESH. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 160 PS19502 Air intake selector Turn the knob to select the air source. 1. Fresh—Draws outside air into the sys- tem. 2. Recirculate—Recirculates the air inside the vehicle. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 161: Air Flow Selector Settings

    On cold days, set the fan speed to “high” for a minute to help clear the intake ducts of snow or moisture. This can reduce the amount of fogging on the windows. : on some models 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 162 (blue zone) defogging the windshield. Air intake—FRESH (outside air) Air flow—PANEL Air conditioning—ON For quick cooling, turn the temperature selector knob fully towards COLD and change the air intake selector mode RECIRCULATE. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 163: Instrument Panel Vents

    Vehicles with “A/C” button— Close Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified heating or cooling. This setting clears the front view more quickly. Center vents 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 164 You can change air flow direction by turn- the instrument panel vents. The instrument ing the instrument panel vents. panel vents may be opened or closed as shown. PS19507 Side vents PS19508 Center vents 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 165: Air Conditioning Filter

    Maintenance Guide” or “Owner’s Manual as shown and indicates that a filter has Supplement.”) been installed. The air conditioning filter prevents dust from entering the vehicle through the air conditioning vent. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 166 3. Pull out the filter and rotate it as to disconnect the claws. side and remove the filter cover. shown in the illustration to remove. Inspect the filter on the surface. If it is dirty, it should be replaced. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 167 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. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 170: Clock

    1:00 (one normal display. o’clock) If the electrical power source has been disconnected from the clock, the time dis- PS10502 play will automatically be set to 1:00 (one o’clock). Without tachometer 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 171: Power Outlet

    12V/120W. z To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not use the power outlet longer than necessary when Lower glove box the engine is not running. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 172: Auxiliary Boxes

    Do not leave anything flammable or deformable such as a lighter, glasses, etc. inside. PS10507 Type B 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 173: Cup Holders

    The cup holder is designed for holding cups or drink−cans securely. Front cup holders—To use the cup holder, pull it out. Keep the cup holder closed when it is not in use. Front 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 174: Bottle Holders

    Inappropriately sized shaped objects may be thrown about in the compartment and possibly in- jured people in the vehicle during a sudden braking or an accident. Rear doors (5−door models only) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 175: Luggage Storage Box

    The luggage storage box is detachable. CAUTION PS10516 To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop, always keep luggage storage boxes closed and locked while driv- ing. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 176: Floor Mat

    If the floor clip into the holes in the floor carpet. slips and interferes with movement of the pedals during driv- ing, it may cause an accident. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 178: Break−In Period

    Toyota recommends the use of gasoline that contain detergent additives avoid build−up of engine deposits. However, all gasoline sold in the U.S. contains detergent additives to keep clean and/or clean intake systems. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 179 Toyota dealer for ser- reformulated gasoline. These types of gas- vice. oline provide excellent vehicle perfor- FUEL TANK CAPACITY mance, reduce vehicle emissions, and im- 42 L (11.1 gal., 9.2 lmp. gal.) prove air quality. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 180: Fuel Pump Shut Off System

    The exhaust gas is very hot. Do not drive, idle or park your ve- hicle over anything that might burn easily such as grass, leaves, paper or rags. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 181: Engine Exhaust Cautions

    Maintenance Guide” “Owner’s ning. If it is unavoidable, however, Manual Supplement”. do so only in an unconfined area and adjust the heating or cooling system to force outside air into the vehicle. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 182: Facts About Engine Oil Consumption

    When judging the amount of oil con- sumption, note that the oil may become diluted and make it difficult to judge the true level accurately. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 183: Iridium−Tipped Spark Plugs

    Toyota recommends that the oil level be checked every time you refuel the vehicle. NOTICE Failure to check the oil level regularly could lead to serious engine trouble due to insufficient oil. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 184: Brake System

    This means that the anti−lock brake system is in the self−check mode, and does not indicate a malfunction. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 185 The use of tires other than specified may fail to detect the accurate turning speed resulting in a longer stopping dis- tance. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 186 The light does not come on when the ignition key is turned to the “ON” posi- tion, or remains on. The light comes on while you are driv- Type B ing. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 187: Electric Power Steering System

    “Checking battery condition” page The light does not come on when the Section 7−3. ignition key is turned to the “ON” posi- tion or remains on. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 188: Brake Pad Wear Limit Indicators

    Toyota. It is used in registering dealer as soon as possible. Expensive ro- the ownership of your vehicle. tor damage can result if the pads are not replaced when necessary. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 189: Theft Prevention Labels

    The engine number is stamped on the You should not attempt to remove the also on the Certification Label. engine block as shown. theft prevention labels as it may vio- late certain state or federal laws. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 190: Suspension And Chassis

    05 12.01 Suspension and chassis CAUTION Do not modify the suspension/chassis with lift kits, spacers, springs, etc. It can cause dangerous vehicle handling characteristics, resulting in loss of control. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 191: Tire Information

    5. Radial tires or bias−ply tires—A radial tire has “RADIAL” on the sidewall. A tire not marked with “RADIAL” is a bias−ply tire. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 192 The tire not marked with “M+S” is a summer tire. For details, see “Types of tires” on page 204. 10.Uniform tire quality grading— For details, see “Uniform tire quali- ty grading” that follows. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 193 4. Location of tread wear indica- tors—For details, see “Checking and replacing tires” on page 276. 5. Load limit at maximum cold tire inflation pressure—For details, see “Checking and replacing tires” on page 276. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 194 “RADIAL” on the 4. Tire size code sidewall. A tire not marked with 5. Manufacturer’s optional tire type “RADIAL” is a bias−ply tire. code (3 or 4 letters) 6. Manufacturing week 7. Manufacturing year 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 195 4. Tire construction code (R=Radial, 8. Carcass D=Diagonal) 9. Rim lines 5. Wheel diameter (in inches) 10.Bead wires 6. Load index (2 digits or 3 digits) 11. Chafer 7. Speed symbol (alphabet with one letter) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 196 Quality grades can be found where appli- cable on the tire sidewall between tread shoulder and maximum sec- tion width. For example: Treadwear 200 Traction AA Temperature A. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 197 Excessive speed, underinfla- tion, or excessive loading, either sep- arately or in combination, can cause heat buildup and possible tire failure. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 198 (c) vehicle capacity weight; and (d) production options weight i ht 68 kg (150 lb.) times the number of occupants specified in the second column Normal occupant weight of Table 1 that follows 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 199 Vehicle maximum load on the tire its share of the maximum loaded vehicle weight and dividing by two 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 200 Vehicle normal load, Occupant distribution in a normally Number of occupants Number of occupants loaded vehicle 2 through 4 2 in front 5 through 10 2 in front, 1 in second seat 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 201: Vehicle Load Limits

    Do not apply the load more than each load limit. That may cause not only damage to the tires, but also deterioration to the steering ability and braking ability, which may cause an accident. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 202: Cargo And Luggage

    In an accident they may injure the vehicle occu- pants. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 203 176 hicle, the amount of available kg (388 lb.) get on, the available car- cargo and luggage load capacity go and luggage load will be reduced lbs. (1400–750 as follows: (5x150)=650 lbs.) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 204: Types Of Tires

    2. All season tires All season tires are designed to pro- vide better traction in snow and to be adequate for driving in most winter conditions, as well as for use all year round. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 207 ..........How to save fuel and make your vehicle last longer ... . . 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 208: Before Starting The Engine

    A starter safety device will prevent the starter from operating if the selector lever is in any drive position. 4. Automatic transmission only: press the brake pedal and hold it to the floor until driving off. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 209: Tips For Driving In Various Conditions

    Simply restart it, using the correct proce- dure given in normal starting. If the engine will not start... See “If your vehicle will not start” on page 222 in Section 4. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 210: Winter Driving Tips

    To drive down a long or steep hill, Do not use plain water alone. reduce your speed and downshift. Remember, if you ride the brakes excessively, they may overheat and not work properly. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 211: Dinghy Towing

    Some of the things you might put in the manufacturer’s directions vehicle are tire chains, window scraper, much to mix with water. bag of sand or salt, flares, small shovel, jumper cables, etc. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 212 Dinghy towing requires special equip- vehicle. ment and accessories. Please refer to your service outlet of the motorhome manufacture recommended equipment. NOTICE Dinghy towing does not eliminate the possibility of damage to your vehicle. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 213: Trailer Towing

    The total trailer weight and tongue load hitch mounted carriers. can be measured with platform scales found at a highway weighing station, build- ing supply company, trucking company, junk yard, etc. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 214 The load on either the front or rear axle resulting from distribution of the gross vehicle weight on both axles must not exceed the Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) listed on the Certification Label. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 215 800 km (500 miles) of driving. trailer wandering over into another lane. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 216 Therefore, compensate for this by turning. Have someone guide you when making a larger than normal turning backing to reduce the risk of an acci- radius with your vehicle. dent. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 217 3. When the wheel blocks are in place, release your brakes slowly until the blocks absorb the load. 4. Apply the parking brake firmly. 5. Shift into first or reverse (manual) or “P” (automatic) and turn off the engine. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 218: How To Save Fuel And Make Your Vehicle Last Longer

    Avoid jackrabbit starts. Get into high receives more frequent maintenance. gear as quickly as possible. (For scheduled maintenance information, please refer “Scheduled Maintenance Guide” “Owner’s Manual Supplement”.) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 219 Never turn off the engine to coast down hills. Your power steering and brake booster will not function with- out the engine running. Also, the emission control system operates properly only when the engine is run- ning. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 222: If Your Vehicle Will Not Start

    If the light comes on and is normal, but the engine still will not start, it needs adjustment or repair. Call a Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 223 Then get immediate medical attention. If possible, continue to apply water with a sponge or cloth while en route to the medical office. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 224 (+) terminal on the booster 2000 rpm with the accelerator pedal battery. The recommended connecting point is lightly depressed. shown in the following illustration: 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 225 Recharge the discharged battery with the jumper cables connected for several minutes and restart your en- gine in the normal way. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 226: If Your Engine Stalls While Driving

    Be especially careful to prevent erro- After installed the cover, make sure neous pedal operation. the cover is securely in its original position. If it is not secured, it may be damaged to your vehicle. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 227: If Your Vehicle Overheats

    Escaping steam or coolant is cap when the engine and radiator are a sign of very high pressure. hot. Serious injury could result from scalding hot fluid and steam blown out under pressure. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 228: If You Have A Flat Tire

    (manual). Block the wheel diag- the jack. onally opposite to the one be- D Raise the vehicle only high ing changed if necessary. enough to remove and change the tire. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 229 The compact spare tire saves space in your luggage compartment, and its lighter weight helps to improve fuel economy and permits easier installa- tion in case of a flat tire. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 230 To remove the deck board, see “Luggage storage box” on page 175 in Section 1−10. You will find a wheel nut wrench in the tool bag. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 231 1 by hand until the jack is free. To store: Turn the joint in direction 2 by hand until the jack is firmly secured to prevent it flying forward during a collision or sudden braking. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 232 The compact tire storage area is de- signed only for a compact spare tire. Standard size tire cannot be stored Steel wheels (type B) in this storage area. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 233 Be careful that the wrench does not slip off the nut. Do not remove the nuts yet—just un- screw them about one−half turn. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 234 To raise the vehicle, insert the jack handle into the jack (it is a loose fit) and turn it clockwise. As the jack touches the vehicle and begins to lift, double−check that it is properly posi- tioned. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 235 Then lift up the wheel and get while driving. at least the top bolt started through its hole. Wiggle the tire and press it back over the other bolts. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 236 Make sure the wrench is securely engaged over the nut. Tighten each nut a little at a time in the order shown. Repeat the process until all the nuts are tight. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 237 Be careful not to lose the wheel ornament. 3. Return the deck board to the origi- nal position and then lock it. (See “Luggage storage box” on page 175 in Section 1−10.) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 238 Detach the rear center head restraint. center head restraint from the seat and release the belt. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 239 Before driving, make sure all the tools, jack and flat tire are se- curely in place in their storage location to reduce the possibility of personal injury during a colli- sion or sudden braking. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 240: If Your Vehicle Becomes Stuck

    If your vehicle remains stuck after or damage to nearby people or ob- jects. rocking the vehicle several times, consider other ways such as tow- ing. (b) Using flat bed truck 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 241 Use a safety chain system for all towing, wheels straight. and abide by the state/provincial and local laws. The wheels and axle on the ground must be in good condition. If they are damaged, use a towing dolly. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 242 Vehicles with an automatic trans- mission, never tow a vehicle from the rear with four wheels on the ground. This may cause serious damage to the transmission. Rear 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 243 Securely fasten the cable or chain to the towing eyelet provided. z Do not use the left rear eyelet. It is not designed for towing. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 244: If You Cannot Shift Automatic Transmission Selector Lever

    If the eyelet is loose, brake is applied. it may come off when being towed 2. Pry up the cover with a flathead and result in death or serious injury. screwdriver or equivalent. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 245: If You Lose Your Keys

    Be extremely cautious to avoid cuts from Be sure to have the system checked by the glass. your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 248 High humidity accelerates corrosion es- at least once a month to minimize cor- pecially when temperatures range just rosion. above the freezing point. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 249 Even if your garage is heated, a wet vehicle can cor- rode if the ventilation is poor. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 250 Aluminum wheels: Use only a mild soap hicle with a hard brush, which may or neutral detergent. cause damage. Plastic bumpers: Wash carefully. Do not scrub with abrasive cleaners. The bumper faces are soft. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 251 Toyota dealer to have the vehicle serviced. NOTICE If a nozzle becomes blocked, do not try to clear it with a pin or other object. The nozzle will be damaged. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 252 NOTICE z Do not use dye or bleach on the belts—it may weaken them. z Do not use the belts until they be- come dry. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 253 Toyota dealer will be pleased to answer them. z Use of a nylon brush or synthetic fiber cloth, etc. may scratch the fine grained surface of the leather. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 254 05 12.01 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 255 ......Emissions Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) programs ..For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the “Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or “Owner’s Manual Supplement”. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 256: Maintenance Requirements

    Simple instructions for how to per- or if you prefer, your Toyota dealer will be without invalidating this warranty. See form them are presented in Section 7. pleased to do them at a nominal cost. “Owner’s Warranty Information Booklet”...
  • Page 257: General Maintenance

    See Section 7−3 for additional in- the exhaust or smell exhaust fumes, have formation. the cause located and corrected immedi- ately. (See “Engine exhaust cautions” on page 181 in Section 2.) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 258 For folding−down rear brake applied. the primary latch is released. seatbacks, check that the latches lock se- curely. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 259: Does Your Vehicle Need Repairing

    7−2 for additional information. movement Loss of brake effectiveness; spongy feeling brake or clutch pedal; pedal al- most touches floor; vehicle pulls to one side when braking Engine coolant temperature continually higher than normal 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 260: Emissions Inspection And Maintenance (I/M) Programs

    Also, if the malfunction indicator lamp had come on recently due to temporary mal- function such as a loose fuel tank cap, your vehicle may not pass the I/M test. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 262: Engine Compartment Overview

    2. Engine oil filler cap 3. Fusible link block 4. Brake fluid reservoir 5. Fuse block 6. Battery 7. Radiator 8. Condenser 9. Electric cooling fan PS71507a 10. Engine coolant reservoir 11. Engine oil level dipstick 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 263: Fuse Locations

    05 12.01 Fuse locations PS71508 PS71505 PS71502 Spare fuses PS71504 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 264: Do−It−Yourself Service Precautions

    It contains poi- serve: Do not leave used oil within the sonous and corrosive sulfuric acid. reach of children. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 265 Do not allow dirt or anything else to fall through the spark plugholes. z Use only spark plugs of the speci- fied type. Using other types will cause engine damage, loss of per- formance or radio noise. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 266: Parts And Tools

    (for winter use) mixture of 50% coolant and 50% deion- ized water (for the U.S.A.) or 55% Tools: coolant and 45% deionized water (for Funnel Canada). Tools: Funnel (only for adding coolant) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 267: Positioning The Jack

    Never get under the vehicle when the vehicle is supported by the jack alone; use vehicle support stands. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 270: Checking The Engine Oil Level

    When the level reaches within the correct correct. range, install the filler cap hand−tight. 4. Pull the dipstick out and look at the oil level while holding a rag under the end. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 271 Mark is added to some oil con- OIL008 tainers to help you select the oil you should use. Outside temperature SAE 5W−30 is the best choice for good fuel economy, and good starting in cold weather. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 272: Checking The Engine Coolant Level

    45% deionized water. This coolant pro- Please contact your Toyota dealer for fur- If you can find no leak, have your Toyota ther details about “Toyota Genuine Motor vides protection down to about −42_C dealer test the cap pressure and check (−44_F).
  • Page 273: Checking The Radiator And Condenser

    If the reservoir needs frequent refilling, it further details. may indicate a serious mechanical prob- lem. If the level is low, add SAE J1703 or FMVSS No.116 DOT 3 brake fluid to the brake reservoir. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 274: Checking Tire Inflation Pressure

    If you spill some of the fluid, be sure to wipe it off to prevent it from dam- km or 1 mile since, you will get aging the parts or paintwork. an accurate cold tire inflation pres- sure reading. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 275 In case of applying too If a tire frequently needs refilling, much air, press the center of the have it checked by your Toyota deal- valve and release the air to adjust. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 276: Checking And Replacing Tires

    D Wheel deformation and/or tire ∆ shown by the “TWI” or “ ” marks, separation etc., molded on the sidewall of D A greater possibility of tire each tire. damage from road hazards 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 277 If you are not Weight Ratings (GAWR), see the Cer- sure, consult with your Toyota dealer. tification Label. For details about the sidewall of the tire and the Certification Label, see pages 191 and 188. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 278: Rotating Tires

    “Sched- uled Maintenance Guide” or “Own- er’s Manual Supplement”.). However, the most appropriate tim- ing for tire rotation may vary ac- cording to your driving habits and road surface conditions. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 279: Installing Snow Tires And Chains

    Never drive over 120 km/h (75 mph) this may cause dangerous handling with any type of snow tires. characteristics resulting in loss of control. Otherwise, an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 280: Replacing Wheels

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  • Page 281: Aluminum Wheel Precautions

    Otherwise, an accident may and a plastic or rubber hammer. occur resulting in death or serious As with any wheel, periodically check injuries. your aluminum wheels for damage. If damaged, replace immediately. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 284: Checking Battery Condition

    If the terminal connections are loose, tinue to apply water with a sponge tighten the clamp nut—but do not over- or cloth while en route to the medi- tighten. cal office. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 285: Battery Recharging Precautions

    GREEN BLUE Good gerous. The battery may explode, causing personal injuries. Charging necessary. Have battery DARK WHITE checked by your Toyota dealer. CLEAR Have battery checked by your LIGHT Toyota dealer. YELLOW 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 286: Checking And Replacing Fuses

    Good Brown Never recharge the battery while the engine is running. Also, be sure all accessories are turned off. LS73002 PS73524 Good Brown Type A Type C PS73502 Good Brown Type B 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 287 The lid of the fuse box shows spare fuses and keep them in your ve- the name of the circuit for each fuse. See hicle for emergencies. Section 8 for the functions controlled by each circuit. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 288: Adding Washer Fluid

    Hold a bulb only by its plastic or metal case. Do not touch the glass part of a bulb with bare hands. NOTICE Only use a bulb of the listed type. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 289 If the connector is tight, wiggle it. Tail/stop and rear — 21/5 side marker lights — Back−up lights License plate lights — Interior light — Personal light — Luggage — compartment light 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 290 Aiming is not necessary after replacing the bulb. When aiming adjustment is nec- essary, contact your Toyota dealer. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 291 05 12.01 —Parking lights —Front turn signal lights —Side turn signal lights Front of vehicle PS73522 PS73523 PS73514 PS73509 PS73513 PS73515 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 292 —License plate lights PS73516 PS73518 PS73519 a: Tail/stop and rear side marker lights Use a flathead screwdriver. b: Rear turn signal light c: Back−up lights PS73517 PS73520 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 293 05 12.01 PS73521 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
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  • Page 295 ........... . . 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 296 ∗ 3 Towing capacity (trailer + cargo weight) kg (lb.) 318 (700) ∗ 1 : With P175/65R14 81S tires ∗ 2 : With P185/60R15 84T tires ∗ 3 : For Canada only 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 297 12.2—12.4 V Half charged ity. 11.8—12.0 V Discharged ∗ : Voltage that is checked 20 minutes af- ter the key is removed with all the lights turned off Charging rates: 5 A max. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 298 SAE J1703 or FMVSS No. 116 DOT 3 ther details. Toyota Genuine ATF Type WS STEERING Change automatic transmission fluid only Wheel free play: as necessary. Less than 30 mm (1.2 in.) 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 299 103 (10.5, 76) NOTE: For a complete information on tires (e.g. replacing tires or replacing wheels), see “Checking tire inflation pressure” through “Aluminum wheel precautions”, page 274 through 281 in Section 7−2. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 300 6. SPARE 10 A: Spare fuse tem, power windows, door lock system, 19. EFI2 10 A: Multiport fuel injection sys- 7. FR DEF 20 A: No circuit theft deterrent system, meter tem/sequential multiport fuel injection gauge system 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 301 SRS airbag system, front passenger 41. AM1 25 A: Multiport fuel injection sys- 25. RL DOOR 20 A: Rear passenger’s occupant classification system tem/sequential multiport fuel injection power window (left side) system 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 302 “DEF”, “FR FOG”, “OBD2”, “D/L”, “STOP” and “AM1” fuses 53. MAIN 60 A: “EFI”, “HORN”, “AM2”, “ALT−S”, “DOME”, “ST”, “ECU−B”, “ETCS”, “HAZ”, “H−LP LH/H−LP LO LH” and “H−LP RH/H−LP LO RH” fuses 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 303 Reporting safety defects for U.S. Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners ..... . 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 304 However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 305 Hawaii www.toyotahawaii.com Canada www.toyota.ca 2006 TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, without the written permission of Toyota Motor Corporation. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 306: Important Information About This Manual

    You are informed about what you must or must not do in order to avoid or reduce the risk of damage to your vehicle and its equipment. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 307: Occupant Restraint Systems

    None of these systems, either indi- Toyota encourages you and your family to take the time vidually or together, can ensure that there is no injury to read Section 1−3 of this Owner’s Manual carefully.
  • Page 308: Event Data Recorder

    Toyota recommends you to read the provisions in Sec- D Engine speed tion 1−3 carefully and refer to them as needed during D Whether the brake pedal was applied or not your time of ownership of this vehicle.
  • Page 309 EDR does not record sound data such as conversation between passengers. D Emission control systems warranty Toyota will not disclose the data recorded in an EDR to D Others a third party except when: For further information, please refer to the “Owner’s D An agreement from the vehicle’s owner (or the leas-...
  • Page 310 Wash your hands after handling. Used engine oil contains chemicals that have caused cancer in laboratory animals. Always protect your skin by washing thoroughly with soap and water. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 311 Spark ignition system of your modification of your Toyota Toyota The spark ignition system in your Toyota meets all re- A wide variety of non−genuine spare parts and accessories quirements of the Canadian Interference−Causing Equip- for Toyota vehicles are currently available in the market. You should know that Toyota does not warrant these products ment Standard.
  • Page 312 Be sure to have the systems of the SRS airbag and seat belt pretensioner removed and disposed of by the quali- fied service shop or by your Toyota dealer before you dispose of your vehicle. viii...
  • Page 313 ILSAC multigrade engine oil is recommended. See page 271 for detailed information. Tire information: See pages 274 through 281. Tire inflation pressure: See page 299. Publication No. OM52700U Part No. 01999-52703 Printed in Japan 01−0601−00 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 314 The Toyota authorized Repair Manual is packed with literally everything you need to know to perform your own maintenance in virtually every area of your new vehicle. 2007 YARIS HATCHBACK from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52700U)
  • Page 315 Toyota dealer or the Material Dis- work yourself step−by−step. tribution Center. To purchase the repair manu- Areas covered include such things as spark plug re- al, please contact your Toyota dealer or call the placement, valve clearance adjustment and engine oil Material Distribution Center toll−free...
  • Page 316 05 12.01 WE REALLY CARE ABOUT YOU PLEASE BUCKLE UP Toyota has made a special effort to encourage use of seat belts. Toyota belts are: Comfortable Easy to use Convenient We encourage you to use your belts every time you drive.
  • Page 317 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Overview of instruments and controls Instrument panel overview ........Instrument cluster overview .
  • Page 318 05 12.06 Instrument panel overview 1. Side vents 2. Cup holders 3. Engine immobilizer/theft deterrent sys- tem indicator light 4. Instrument cluster 5. Center vents 6. Personal lights 7. Power door lock switches 8. Power window switches 9. Glove boxes US11008b 10.
  • Page 319 05 12.06 1. Headlight, turn signal and front fog light switches 2. Wiper and washer switches 3. Audio system 4. Emergency flasher switch 5. Front passenger airbag on−off indicator lights 6. Front passenger’s seat belt reminder light 7. Air conditioning controls 8.
  • Page 320 05 12.06 Instrument cluster overview DWith tachometer US11003 1. Service reminder indicators and 4. Speedometer 7. Fuel gauge indicator lights 5. Clock 8. Door indicator light 2. Shift position indicator lights 6. Odometer and two trip meters 3. Tachometer 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 321 05 12.06 DWithout tachometer US11004 1. Service reminder indicators and 3. Speedometer 5. Clock indicator lights 4. Fuel gauge 6. Odometer and two trip meters 2. Shift position indicator lights 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 322 05 12.06 Indicator symbols on the instrument panel ∗ 1 ∗ 1 Brake system warning light Anti-lock brake system warning light ∗ 1 ∗ 1 Driver’s seat belt reminder light Open door warning light ∗ 1 Door indicator light ∗ 1 Front passenger’s seat belt reminder light ∗...
  • Page 323 05 12.06 ∗ 1 Engine oil replacement reminder light ∗ 1 High engine coolant temperature warning light “AIRBAG ON” indicator light ∗ 2 Low engine coolant temperature indicator light “AIRBAG OFF” indicator light ∗ 1 : For details, see “Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers”...
  • Page 324 05 12.06 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 325 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Keys and Doors Keys ............Engine immobilizer system .
  • Page 326: Keys

    Keep the plate in a safe place such as your wallet, not in the vehicle. If you should lose your keys or if you need additional keys, duplicates can be made by a Toyota dealer using the key US12008 number. We recommend writing down the key num- ber and storing it in a safe place.
  • Page 327 Keys (with engine immobilizer system) Your vehicle is supplied with two kinds of keys. 1. Master keys (black)—These keys work in every lock. Your Toyota dealer will need one of them to make a new key with a built−in transponder chip. PS12504 PS12506 2.
  • Page 328 Otherwise the engine may not start, need additional keys, duplicates can be other objects. or may stop soon after it starts. If made by a Toyota dealer using the key z Do not leave the key exposed to this happens, remove the key once number.
  • Page 329: Engine Immobilizer System

    Inserting the registered key in the ignition switch automatically cancels the system, which enables the engine to start. The indicator light will go off. For your Toyota dealer to make you a new key with a built−in transponder chip, PS12510 PS12511 your dealer will need your key number and master key.
  • Page 330: Wireless Remote Control

    05 12.06 Wireless remote control— For vehicles sold in U.S.A. For vehicles sold in Canada This device complies with RSS−210 of FCC ID: MOZRI−20BTY Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 331 If you lose your wireless remote control For vehicles sold in Canada electronic component. Observe the follow- key, contact your Toyota dealer as soon ing instructions in order not to cause dam- as possible to avoid the possibility of This device complies with RSS−210 of age to the key.
  • Page 332 05 12.06 —Locking and unlocking doors To lock and unlock all the doors, push the lock or unlock switch is kept the switches of the wireless remote pressed in, the locking or unlocking opera- control key slowly and securely. tion is not repeated. Release the switch and then push it again.
  • Page 333 Toyota dealer. emergency flashers and turns on the interior light. z Dispose of used batteries according to the local laws. The panic switch is used to deter vehicle theft when you witness anyone attempting to break into or damage your vehicle.
  • Page 334 (+) side After replacing the battery, check that the key operates properly. If the key still does not operate properly, contact your Toyota dealer. 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 335: Side Doors

    05 12.06 Side doors— When the interior light switch is in the “DOOR” position and any of the doors is opened, the light will come on. After all the doors are closed, the light remains on for about 15 seconds before fading out. (For further information, see “Interior light”...
  • Page 336 The doors will open and an accident may occur. To lock: Push the switch down on the US12013 Toyota strongly recommends that all right side. children be placed in the rear seat of To unlock: Push the switch down on the the vehicle.
  • Page 337 05 12.06 The power door lock switch can be reset CAUTION in the following ways. Turn the ignition key to “ON”. Before driving, be sure that the doors Unlock all the doors simultaneously closed locked, especially with the driver’s door. when small children are in the ve- US12504 hicle.
  • Page 338: Power Windows

    05 12.06 Power windows Window lock switch US12014 US12015 US12016 The windows can be operated with the Automatic operation open only): OPERATING PASSENGERS’ switch on each side door. Push the switch completely down and then WINDOWS release it. The window will fully open. To The ignition key must be in the “ON”...
  • Page 339 05 12.06 CAUTION Be sure to remove the ignition key or turn the ignition switch to the To avoid serious personal injury, you “LOCK” position when you leave must do the following. your vehicle. Before you close the power win- Never leave anyone (particularly a dows, always make sure there is small child) alone in your vehicle,...
  • Page 340: Trunk Lid

    05 12.06 Trunk lid— —Lock release lever CAUTION Keep the trunk lid closed while driving. This not only keeps the luggage from being thrown out but US12018a US12021b also prevents exhaust gases from entering the vehicle. Always lock the trunk lid and all doors, and keep away the vehicle keys out of children’s reach.
  • Page 341 05 12.06 —Internal trunk release strap —Luggage security system US12021 US12022 US12023a Split seat only If a person is locked in the trunk, he/ 2. After closing the trunk lid, insert the she can pull up the phosphorescent master key and turn it counterclock- This system deactivates the lock re- strap on the inside of trunk lid to open wise to deactivate the lock release...
  • Page 342: Hood

    05 12.06 Hood US12026 US12001b US12006 To open the hood: 2. In front of the vehicle, pull up the 3. Hold the hood open by inserting the auxiliary catch lever and lift support rod into the slot. 1. Pull the hood lock release lever. The hood.
  • Page 343: Theft Deterrent System

    05 12.06 Theft deterrent system (vehicles sold in Puerto Rico only) CAUTION After inserting the support rod into the slot, make sure the rod supports the hood security from falling down US12007a PS12511 on to your head or body. NOTICE Be sure to return the support rod to its clip before closing the hood.
  • Page 344 If the system does not work properly, the doors is unlocked or trunk or hood is or replaced, the system will give the have it checked by your Toyota dealer. forcibly opened without the key. alarm. If this happens, immediately unlock...
  • Page 345: Fuel Tank Cap

    05 12.06 Fuel tank cap US12019 US12025a US12024 This indicates that the fuel filler door 1. To open the fuel filler door, pull the 2. To remove the fuel tank cap, turn is on the left side of your vehicle. lever up.
  • Page 346 05 12.06 The indicator lamp goes off after driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. CAUTION Make sure the cap is installed se- curely to prevent fuel spillage in the event of an accident.
  • Page 347 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Occupant restraint systems Seats ............Front seats .
  • Page 348: Seats

    05 12.06 Front seats— Seats —Front seat precautions While the vehicle is being driven, all ve- Driver seat Slightly recline the back of 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.
  • Page 349 05 12.06 —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 350 05 12.06 —Adjusting front seats 1. SEAT POSITION ADJUSTING LEVER While adjusting the seat, do not put Hold the center of the lever and pull it your hands under the seat or near up. Then slide the seat to the desired the moving parts.
  • Page 351 05 12.06 Rear seats— —Rear seat precautions Folding down the rear seatbacks will en- CAUTION CAUTION large luggage compartment. “—Stowage precautions” on page 194 in Avoid reclining seatback Do not adjust the seat while the Section 2 for precautions when loading more than needed.
  • Page 352 05 12.06 Fold−down rear seat US13007 US13008 US13069 BEFORE FOLDING DOWN REAR SEATS Remove the seat belt from the seat belt FOLDING REAR SEATS guide. 1. Before folding down the seatback, After setting the seatback security lock disconnect the center seat belt to lever to unlock position, pull the seat- prevent damage.
  • Page 353 05 12.06 Armrest CAUTION When returning the seatback to the upright position, observe the follow- ing precautions in order to prevent US13080 US13081 personal injury in a collision or sud- den stop: Make sure the seatback is securely locked by pushing forward and rear- ward on the top of the seatback.
  • Page 354: Front Seats

    Seat belts— —Seat belt precautions Head restraints For your safety and comfort, adjust the Toyota strongly urges that the driver and head restraint before driving. passengers in the vehicle be properly re- strained at all times with the seat belts To raise: Pull it up.
  • Page 355 Check for cuts, fraying, and loose to suffer serious bodily injury or parts. Damaged parts should be re- Pregnant woman. Toyota recommends the death in the event of sudden braking placed. disassemble use of a seat belt. Ask your doctor for or a collision.
  • Page 356 It also may normally, immediately contact your lock if you lean forward too quickly. A Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat until the seat belt is fixed, because slow, easy motion will allow the belt to extend, and you can move around freely.
  • Page 357 05 12.06 CAUTION CAUTION Both high−positioned lap belts and Always make sure the shoulder belt loose−fitting belts could cause seri- is positioned across the center of ous injuries due to sliding under your shoulder. The belt should be PS13518 the lap belt during a collision or kept away from your neck, but not other unintended event.
  • Page 358: Seat Belts

    05 12.06 PS13519a US13012 US13014 To release the belt, press the buckle REAR CENTER SEAT BELT Two buckles and tabs for rear center release button and allow the belt to seat belt The rear center seat belt is a 3−point type retract.
  • Page 359 05 12.06 CAUTION Make sure the both buckles are cor- rectly located and securely latched. Failure to properly match the buckle US13015 US13016 and tab may cause serious injury in case of an accident or a collision. To release the hooked end tab, insert the CAUTION key into the hole on buckle 1 and allow the belt to retract.
  • Page 360 “AIRBAG OFF” indicator light is Please contact your local Toyota dealer so PS13531 illuminated, disconnect the extender that the dealer can order the proper re- tongue from the seat belt buckle, quired length for the extender. Bring the...
  • Page 361 When releasing the seat belt, press on normally, immediately contact your the buckle release button on the extender, Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat not on the seat belt. This helps prevent until the seat belt is fixed, because...
  • Page 362 05 12.06 —Seat belt pretensioners The front passenger’s seat belt pretension- er will not activate if no passenger is detected in the front passenger seat by the front passenger occupant classification system. However, the front passenger’s seat belt pretensioner may activate if lug- US13100 US13101 gage is put on the seat, or the seat belt...
  • Page 363 Repairs made on or near the front or disable the system, which could result in death or serious injury. Con- fenders, front end structure or con- sult your Toyota dealer about any re- sole pair and modification. 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 364 105 in Section 1−6.) In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible: If any of the following conditions occurs, this indicates a malfunction of the airbags The front part of the vehicle (shaded or seat belt pretensioners.
  • Page 365: Srs Driver And Front Passenger Airbags

    05 12.06 SRS driver and front passenger airbags In response to a severe frontal impact, CAUTION the SRS airbags work with the seat belts to help reduce injury by inflating. The SRS The SRS front airbag system is de- airbags help reduce injuries mainly to the signed only as a supplement to the driver’s or front passenger’s head or chest primary protection of the driver and...
  • Page 366 Toyota threshold level, comparable to an approxi- strongly recommends that all in- mate 25 km/h (15 mph) collision when the fants and children be placed in the...
  • Page 367 05 12.06 8. Driver’s seat belt buckle switch 9. Driver’s seat position sensor 10. Airbag sensor assembly The airbag sensor assembly consists of a Hitting a curb, Falling into or safing sensor and airbag sensor. edge of pavement jumping over a US13003 US13103 or hard surface...
  • Page 368 These Toyota strongly recommends that: are usually in the nature of minor burns or abrasions and swelling, but the force of...
  • Page 369 US13042 US13043 US13104 Do not sit on the edge of the seat Toyota strongly recommends that all Do not put anything or any part of or lean against the dashboard when infants and children be placed in your body on or in front of the...
  • Page 370 If you wish to modify your vehicle for the front end a person with physical disability, con- z Repairs made on or near the front sult your Toyota dealer. If may dan- fenders, front end structure, con- gerously interfere with the SRS front sole,...
  • Page 371: Srs Side Airbags And Curtain Shield Airbags

    105 in Section 1−6.) In the following cases, contact your Toyota The SRS (Supplemental Restraint Sys- dealer as soon as possible: tem) side airbags and curtain shield air- If any of the following conditions occurs,...
  • Page 372 63 in this Section.) child restraint system. Toyota The SRS curtain shield airbag on the pas- strongly recommends that all in- senger side are activated even with no fants and children be placed in the...
  • Page 373 05 12.06 Collision from the rear US13004 US13005 US13106 Collision from the front Vehicle rollover The SRS side airbag and curtain shield The SRS side airbags and curtain shield The SRS side airbag and curtain shield airbag system may not activate if the airbags are not generally designed to airbag system consists mainly of the fol- vehicle is subjected to a collision from...
  • Page 374 05 12.06 7. Curtain shield airbag sensors Deployment of the airbags happen in a fraction of a second, so the airbags must 8. Side and curtain shield airbag sensors inflate with considerable force. While the 9. Airbag sensor assembly system is designed to reduce serious inju- The SRS side airbag and curtain shield ries, it may also cause minor burns or airbag system is controlled by the airbag...
  • Page 375 05 12.06 US13108 US13109 US13006a Do not allow anyone to get his/her Do not allow anyone to kneel on Do not allow anyone to get his/her head closer to the area where the the passenger seat, facing the pas- head hands windows side airbag and curtain shield air-...
  • Page 376 05 12.06 Do not hook a hanger, heavy or sharp pointed objects on the coat hook. If the curtain shield airbag inflates, those items will be thrown away with great force or the curtain US13110 US13067 shield airbag may not activate cor- rectly, resulting in death or serious injury.
  • Page 377 Modification of the side structure of tion key is turned to the “ON” position. sult your Toyota dealer. It may dan- It goes off after about 6 seconds. This the passenger compartment gerously interfere with the SRS front means the SRS side airbags and curtain airbags operation.
  • Page 378 05 12.06 This warning light system monitors the In the following cases, contact your Toyota airbag sensor assembly, front airbag dealer as soon as possible: sensors, side and curtain shield airbag Any of the SRS side airbags and cur- sensors, curtain shield airbag sensors, tain shield airbags have been inflated.
  • Page 379: Front Passenger Occupant Classification System

    05 12.06 Front passenger occupant classification system Your vehicle is equipped with a front The “AIRBAG OFF” indicator light will be passenger occupant classification sys- illuminated when the ignition switch is in tem. This system detects the conditions the “ON” position with the condition 2 in 1—4 (Shown in the table on page 65).
  • Page 380 If the “AIRBAG OFF” indicator light is senger occupant classification system. illuminated, ask the passenger to sit up Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as straight, well back in the seat, and with possible. US13054...
  • Page 381 05 12.06 Condition and operation in the front passenger classification system Indicator/warning light Devices Condition detected Condition detected by the front Front Curtain shield Front Side airbag passenger occupant “AIRBAG ON” and passenger’s Front airbag in the passenger’s SRS warning SRS warning on the front on the front...
  • Page 382 05 12.06 CAUTION Make sure “AIRBAG ON” adult sits front indicator light is illuminated when passenger seat, the “AIRBAG ON” To avoid potential death or serious using the seat belt extender for the indicator light should injury when the front passenger occu- front passenger seat.
  • Page 383: Child Restraint

    05 12.06 Child restraint— —Child restraint precautions Toyota strongly urges the use of ap- Do not let a rear passenger lift the Do not kick the front passenger propriate child restraint systems for front passenger seat with their feet seat or subject it to severe impact.
  • Page 384 05 12.06 Toyota strongly urges use of A forward−facing child restraint sys- Do not use the seat belt extender proper child restraint system which should allowed when installing child restraint conforms to the size of the child, installed on front passenger system on the front or rear passen- installed on the rear seat.
  • Page 385 05 12.06 —Types of child restraint system —Child restraint system A child restraint system for a small Child restraint systems are classified into child or baby must itself be properly the following 3 types depending on the restrained on the seat with the lap por- child’s age and size.
  • Page 386 05 12.06 —Installation with seat belt US13019 US13020 US13021a (C) Booster seat (A) INFANT SEAT INSTALLATION CAUTION An infant seat must be used in rear− facing position only. Never install a rear−facing child re- straint system on the front passen- ger seat even if the “AIRBAG OFF”...
  • Page 387 05 12.06 Upright US13022 US13111a US13023 1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through Do not install a child restraint sys- Split seat: When installing a child or around the infant seat following the tem on the rear seat if it interferes restraint system in the rear seat instructions provided by its manufactur- with the lock mechanism of the...
  • Page 388 2. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it 3. While pressing the infant seat firmly Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- in the lock mode. When the belt is against the seat cushion and seatback, ately.
  • Page 389 05 12.06 US13026 US13027 US13028a 4. To remove the infant seat, press the (B) CONVERTIBLE SEAT INSTALLATION CAUTION buckle release button and allow the A convertible seat must be used in for- belt to retract completely. The belt will ward−facing or rear−facing position de- Push and pull the child restraint sys- move freely again and be ready to pending on the age and size of the...
  • Page 390 05 12.06 Install the child restraint system on the 6. While pressing convertible seat The “AIRBAG OFF” indicator light should front passenger seat only when it is un- firmly against the seat cushion and be illuminated when the ignition key is in avoidable.
  • Page 391 SRS front passenger airbag and side airbag on the passenger side may deploy US13029a US13112 in an accident. Do not drive the vehicle in this condition. Remove the child re- straint system and contact your Toyota dealer. CAUTION Never install rear−facing child...
  • Page 392 05 12.06 On vehicles with side airbags and curtain shield airbags, do not allow the child to lean his/her head or any part of his/her body against the door or the area of the seat, front US13030a US13031 or rear pillar or roof side rail from which the side airbags or curtain shield airbags deploy even if the child is seated in the child restraint...
  • Page 393 05 12.06 CAUTION Do not replace the head restraint when the child restraint system is installed. The head restraint may in- US13114 US13032a terfere with the child restraint sys- tem cannot be securely restrained. This may cause death or serious injuries in a collision.
  • Page 394 3. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it 4. While pressing convertible seat Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- in the lock mode. When the belt is firmly against the seat cushion and ately. Do not install the child re-...
  • Page 395 05 12.06 US13036 US13037 US13035a 5. To remove the convertible seat, press (C) BOOSTER SEAT INSTALLATION CAUTION the buckle release button and allow the A booster seat must be used in for- belt to retract completely. The belt will ward−facing position only. Push and pull the child restraint sys- move freely again and be ready to tem in different directions to be sure...
  • Page 396 05 12.06 On vehicles with side airbags and Upright curtain shield airbags, do not allow the child to lean his/her head or any part of his/her body against the door or the area of the seat, front US13038a US13113 or rear pillar or roof side rail from which the side airbags or curtain shield airbags deploy even if the child is seated in the child restraint...
  • Page 397 Always make sure the shoulder belt child from death or serious injury. is positioned across the center of Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- child’s shoulder. The belt should be ately. Do not install the child re- US13039 kept away from child’s neck, but straint system on the seat until the seat belt is fixed.
  • Page 398 05 12.06 —Using a top strap Anchor brackets US13040 US13062 US13063a Symbol 2. To remove the booster seat, press the Follow the procedure below for a child Use the anchor brackets on the luggage buckle release button and allow the restraint system that requires the use compartment to attach the top strap.
  • Page 399 05 12.06 US13064 US13065a US13066 TO USE THE ANCHOR BRACKET: 2. Open the lid of the anchor bracket. 3. Securely fasten the child restraint system with the seat belt. 1. Remove the head restraint. Latch hook onto the anchor bracket and tighten the top strap. For instructions to install the child re- straint system, see “Child restraint”...
  • Page 400 05 12.06 —Installation with child restraint lower anchorages CAUTION Do not replace the head restraint when the child restraint system is installed. The head restraint may in- US13094 terfere with the top strap and the child restraint system can not be securely restrained.
  • Page 401 05 12.06 1. Widen the gap between the seat CAUTION cushion and seatback slightly and confirm the position of the lower an- When using the lower anchorages chorages below the button on the for the child restraint system, be seatback. sure that there are no irregular ob- 2.
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  • Page 403 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Steering wheel and Mirrors Tilt steering wheel ......... . . Outside rear view mirrors .
  • Page 404 05 12.06 Tilt steering wheel Outside rear view mirrors— CAUTION Do not adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving. Doing so may cause the driver to mishan- US14001a US14003 dle the vehicle and an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.
  • Page 405 05 12.06 —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 406 05 12.06 —Rear view mirror remote control —Folding rear view mirrors NOTICE Do not push backward more than the click. It may damage the mirror or vehicle. US14004 US14006 To adjust the rear view mirror, simply The rear view mirrors can be folded operate the control lever.
  • Page 407 05 12.06 Anti−glare inside rear view mirror Vanity mirrors CAUTION Do not adjust the mirror while the vehicle is moving. Doing so may cause the driver to mishandle the ve- PS14505 PS14507 hicle and an accident may occur re- sulting in personal death or serious injuries.
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  • Page 409 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Lights, Wipers and Defogger Headlights and turn signals ........Emergency flashers .
  • Page 410: Headlights And Turn Signals

    05 12.06 Headlights and turn signals HEADLIGHTS NOTICE To turn on the following lights: Twist To prevent the battery from being dis- the headlight/turn signal lever knob. charged, do not leave the lights on Position 1—Parking, tail, license plate, for a long period when the engine is side marker and instrument panel lights not running.
  • Page 411: Emergency Flashers

    05 12.06 Emergency flashers US15003 US15004 US15007 High−Low beams—For high beams, turn TURN SIGNALS To turn on the emergency flashers, the headlights on and push the lever away push the switch. To signal a turn, push the headlight/ from you (position 1). Pull the lever to- turn signal lever up or down to position All the turn signal lights will flash.
  • Page 412: Instrument Panel Light Control

    05 12.06 Instrument panel light control Front fog lights 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. US15008 PS15507 To adjust the brightness of the instru- To turn on the front fog lights, twist ment panel lights, turn the dial.
  • Page 413: Interior Light

    Door linked operation—When the switch is following adjustments can be made in this in the “DOOR” position and any of the system. For details, contact your Toyota side doors is opened, the light will come dealer. on. After all the side doors are closed, the...
  • Page 414: Windshield Wipers And Washer

    Position 3 Fast blocked. If a nozzle becomes blocked, contact your Toyota dealer to have the For a single sweep of the windshield, vehicle serviced. push the lever up and release it. NOTICE If a nozzle becomes blocked, do not try to clear it with a pin or other object.
  • Page 415: Rear Window Defogger

    05 12.06 Rear window defogger NOTICE z To prevent the battery from being discharged, turn switch when the engine is not running. z When cleaning the inside of the US15010 rear window, careful scratch or damage the heater wires or connectors. To defog or defrost the rear window, push the switch.
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  • Page 417 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Gauges, Meters and Service reminder indicators Fuel gauge ..........Engine coolant temperature indicator and warning light .
  • Page 418 It is a good idea to keep the tank over US16001 1/4 full. The indicator lamp goes off after driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. Without tachometer 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 419 If it keeps lighting on with the engine z Do not continue driving with an fully warmed, contact your Toyota dealer Driving with the engine running too fast overheated engine. “If...
  • Page 420 05 12.06 Odometer and two trip meters 3. Trip meter reset knob—It can reset the two trip meters to zero, and also change the meter display. To change the meter display, quickly push and release the knob. The meter display changes in the order from the US16003 odometer to trip meter A to trip meter B, then back to the odometer each...
  • Page 421 05 12.06 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. Fasten driver’s seat belt. (Indicator and buzzer) Fasten front passenger’s seat belt.
  • Page 422 05 12.06 If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer. If brake system warning light is also on, stop immedi- ately and contact Toyota dealer. Close all the doors and trunk. Close all the doors and trunk.
  • Page 423 05 12.06 If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. Stop and check. Key reminder Remove key. buzzer Light reminder Turn off lights. buzzer 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 424 Toyota dealer in the following cases: The brake system warning light re- The buzzer can be disabled. For details, mains on together with the “ABS” The light does not come on even if the contact your Toyota dealer.
  • Page 425 Have your vehicle contact your Toyota dealer. Empty fuel tank checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as (d) Charging System Warning Light possible. If the fuel tank is empty, refuel immedi- This warning light comes on when the ately.
  • Page 426 Call a anti−lock brake system does not operate, Be especially careful to prevent erro- Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop for but the brake system still operates con- neous pedal operation. assistance.
  • Page 427 Toyota dealer as soon as works properly, the light turns off after a vehicle at a safe place and contact possible.
  • Page 428 3 seconds (o) High Engine Coolant Temperature system. Contact your Toyota dealer as and then flashes for about 12 seconds Warning Light soon as possible to service the vehicle.
  • Page 429 If any service reminder indicator or warn- ignition switch. ing buzzer does not function as described above, have it checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
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  • Page 431 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Ignition switch, Transmission and Parking brake Ignition switch ..........Automatic transmission .
  • Page 432 05 12.06 Ignition switch “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 433 05 12.06 Automatic transmission 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 ignition switch in “ON” position). Selector lever (a) Selector lever P: Parking, engine starting and key re-...
  • Page 434 05 12.06 (b) Normal driving (c) Using engine braking (d) Using “2” and “L” positions 1. Start the engine as instructed in “How To use engine braking, you can downshift The “2” and “L” positions are used for to start the engine” in Section 3. The the transmission as follows: strong engine braking as described pre- transmission must be in “P”...
  • Page 435 05 12.06 (f) Parking NOTICE CAUTION 1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop. z Be careful not to over−rev the en- 2. Pull the parking brake lever up fully to Always keep your foot on the brake gine. Watch the tachometer to keep securely apply the parking brake.
  • Page 436 05 12.06 Manual transmission Low altitude Downshift to the appropriate gear if accel- —1219 m (4000 ft.) or lower eration is needed when you are cruising gear km/h (mph) below the above downshifting speeds. 1 to 2 or 2 to 1 24 (15) Upshifting too soon or downshifting too 2 to 3 or 3 to 2...
  • Page 437 05 12.06 Parking brake Good driving practice When parking, firmly apply the parking brake to avoid inadvertent creeping. If it is difficult to shift into reverse, put the transmission in neutral, release the To set: Pull up the lever. For better hold- clutch pedal momentarily, and then try ing power, first depress the brake pedal again.
  • Page 438 05 12.06 Cruise control (on some models) The cruise control is designed to main- CAUTION tain a set cruising speed without requir- ing the driver to operate the accelera- To avoid accidentally engaging the tor. Cruising speed can be set to any cruise control, turn the system off speed above 40 km/h (25 mph).
  • Page 439 05 12.06 you need acceleration—for example, CANCELLING THE CRUISE CONTROL when passing—depress accelerator The cruise control may be temporarily pedal enough for the vehicle to exceed cancelled by the driver or by the system the set speed. When you release it, the itself under certain circumstances.
  • Page 440 Push the lever up in the “+ RES” direction control is not cancelled. To decrease the If this is the case, contact your Toyota and hold it. Release the lever when the vehicle speed, reset to a slower speed dealer and have your vehicle inspected.
  • Page 441 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Audio system Reference ..........Using your audio system .
  • Page 442 Using your audio system— —Some basics Reference This Section describes some of the basic features on Toyota audio systems. Some information may not pertain to your sys- tem. Your audio system works when the ignition key is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
  • Page 443 05 12.06 SWITCHING BETWEEN FUNCTIONS Balance YOUR COMPACT DISC PLAYER Push “AM”, “FM1”, “FM2” or “DISC·AUX” if A good balance of the left and right stereo When you insert a disc, gently push it in the system is already on but you want to channels and of the front and rear sound with the label side up.
  • Page 444 05 12.06 —Controls and features DType 1 Details of specific buttons, controls, and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows. US18006a 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 445 05 12.06 1 2 3 4 5 6 (Preset buttons) LIVE−ACS (LIVE Acoustic/Psychological (Reverse/Fast−forward button) acoustic technology) These buttons are used to preset and Push and hold “ ” (preset button 6) or tune in radio stations. The acoustic enhancement technologies “...
  • Page 446 “DISC·AUX” but- If the malfunction still exists, take your volume. ton. The AUX mode is only available when vehicle to your Toyota dealer. AUX adapter is connected to the system. When the AUX adapter is in use, “AUX” DISC will appear on the display.
  • Page 447 05 12.06 RAND (Random) MP3/WMA Player MP3/WMA Player Compact Disc Player There are two random features—you can Push and hold “RPT” (preset button 2) either listen to all the files on the compact There are two random features—you can until you hear a beep. “ ”...
  • Page 448 05 12.06 SCAN Compact disc player MP3/WMA Player Radio There are two scan features—you can ei- There are two scan features—you can ei- ther scan the tracks on a specific disc or ther scan the files in a folder or scan the You can either scan all the frequencies on scan the first tracks of all the discs in the first file of all the folders.
  • Page 449 05 12.06 SEEK/TRACK (Seeking/Track up/down) To fast forward or reverse the disc: TEXT If you want to fast forward or reverse the Radio Compact Disc Player disc, push and hold it until you hear a In the seek mode, the radio finds and This button is used to change the display beep.
  • Page 450 05 12.06 MP3/WMA Player This button is used to change the display for the MP3/WMA file that contains text data. To change the display, quickly push and release the “TEXT” while the MP3/WMA file is playing. The display changes in the order from the elapsed time to folder name to file name to album title (MP3 file only) to track title to artist name, then...
  • Page 451 05 12.06 DType 2 Details of specific buttons, controls and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows. PS18505 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 452 05 12.06 1 2 3 4 5 6 (Preset buttons) LIVE−ACS (LIVE Acoustic/Psychological (Reverse/Fast−forward button) acoustic technology) These buttons are used to preset and Push and hold “ ” (preset button 6) or tune in radio stations. The acoustic enhancement technologies “...
  • Page 453 If the malfunction still exists, take your FM1 FM2 “DISC·AUX” button. The AUX mode is only vehicle to your Toyota dealer. available when AUX adapter is connected Push the “FM1” or “FM2” button to turn on to the system. When the AUX adapter is DISC the radio and select the FM band.
  • Page 454 05 12.06 RAND (Random) MP3/WMA Player MP3/WMA Player Compact Disc Player There are two random features—you can Push and hold “RPT” (preset button 2) either listen to all the files on the compact There are two random features—you can until you hear a beep. “ ”...
  • Page 455 05 12.06 SCAN Compact disc player MP3/WMA Player Radio There are two scan features—you can ei- There are two scan features—you can ei- ther scan the tracks on a specific disc or ther scan the files in a folder or scan the You can either scan all the frequencies on scan the first tracks of all the discs in the first file of all the folders.
  • Page 456 05 12.06 SEEK/TRACK (Seeking/Track up/down) To fast forward or reverse the disc: TEXT If you want to fast forward or reverse the Radio Compact Disc Player disc, push and hold it until you hear a In the seek mode, the radio finds and This button is used to change the display beep.
  • Page 457 05 12.06 AUX adapter MP3/WMA Player If you install an audio system other than a genuine audio system, you will not be This button is used to change the display able to use the AUX adapter. for the MP3/WMA file that contains text data.
  • Page 458 05 12.06 Audio system operating hints Here are some common reception prob- NOTICE lems that probably do not indicate a prob- Fading—AM broadcasts are reflected by lem with your radio: To ensure correct audio system op- the upper atmosphere—especially at night. erations: These reflected signals can interfere with z Be careful not to spill beverages...
  • Page 459 05 12.06 CARING FOR YOUR COMPACT DISC PLAYER AND DISCS 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 Z17038 listen to a disc. Bumpy roads or other vibrations may make your compact disc player skip.
  • Page 460 05 12.06 NOTICE Do not use special shaped, transpar- ent/translucent, low quality or labeled discs such as those shown in the il- lustrations. The use of such discs Z17039 Z17052 may damage the player or changer, or it may be impossible to eject the discs.
  • Page 461 05 12.06 MP3/WMA FILES Files are compatible with the ID3 Tag Ver. 1.0, Ver. 1.1, Ver. 2.2 and Ver. 2.3 MP3 is short for MPEG Audio Layer 3 formats for display of album (disc title), and refers to an audio compression track (track title) and artist (track art- technology standard.
  • Page 462 05 12.06 There is no compatibility with the MP3i The turn of play of the compact disc (MP3 interactive) or mp3PRO format. having the structure shown on the left is as follows: The MP3/WMA player is compatible with VBR (Variable Bit Rate). Folder 1 002 .
  • Page 463 05 12.06 CD−R and CD−RW discs The MP3/WMA player conforms to the TERMS track skip function of the CD−R/CD− CD−R/CD−RW discs that have not been Packet write— RW disc. subject to the “finalizing process” (a This is a general term for a method of process that allows them to be played If you insert a CD−RW disc into the writing on CD−R, etc.
  • Page 464 05 12.06 ID3/WMA Tag— Level 2: WMA— This is a method of embedding track−re- The file name can have up to 31 (MP3 WMA is short for Windows Media Audio. lated information in a MP3/WMA file. This files)/15 (WMA files) characters (including It is the audio file format developed by embedded information...
  • Page 465 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Air conditioning system Controls ........... Air flow selector settings .
  • Page 466: Controls

    05 12.06 Controls 1. Air intake selector 2. Fan speed selector 3. Temperature selector 4. Air flow selector 5. “A/C” Button (on some models) US19001 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 467 05 12.06 Fan speed selector 5. Windshield—Air flows mainly from the windshield vents. Turn the knob to adjust the fan speed—to the right to increase, to the left to de- Turning the air flow selector to the crease. windshield position turns on the defog- ging function with the purpose of clear- Temperature selector ing the front view.
  • Page 468 05 12.06 “A/C” button (on some models) To turn on the air conditioning, press the “A/C” button. The “A/C” button indicator will come on. To turn the air conditioning off, press the button again. PS19502 Air intake selector Turn the knob to select the air source. 1.
  • Page 469: Air Flow Selector Settings

    05 12.06 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 470 05 12.06 When driving on dusty roads, close all Heating windows. If dust thrown up by the ve- For best results, set controls to: hicle is still drawn into the vehicle after Fan speed—Any setting except “0” closing the windows, it is recommended that the air intake selector be set to Temperature—Towards WARM (red zone)
  • Page 471: Instrument Panel Vents

    05 12.06 Instrument panel vents Ventilation On humid days, do not blow cold air Open on the windshield—the difference be- For best results, set controls to: tween the outside and inside tempera- Fan speed—Any setting except “0” tures could make the fogging worse. Temperature—Towards COLD The outside of the windshield (blue zone)
  • Page 472: Air Conditioning Filter

    05 12.06 Air conditioning filter (on some models)— You can change air flow direction by turn- ing the instrument panel vents. US19009 US19011 Side vents The air conditioning filter information label is placed inside of the glove box as shown and indicates that a filter has been installed.
  • Page 473 05 12.06 —Checking and replacing the air conditioning 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 in US19012 US19013a...
  • Page 474 05 12.06 US19014 PS19512 PS19513 2. Push in each side of the glove box 3. Pinch the knobs located on each 4. Pull out the filter and rotate it as to disconnect the claws. side and remove the filter cover. shown in the illustration to remove.
  • Page 475 05 12.06 PS19514 When inserting the filter in the filter outlet, keep the arrow pointing up and insert the filter as shown in the illustra- tion above. 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-...
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  • Page 477 05 12.06 SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Other equipment Clock ............Cigarette lighter and portable ashtray .
  • Page 478: Clock

    Do not hold the cigarette lighter pressed After 5 or more seconds pass without op- erating, indicator minute Use a Toyota genuine cigarette lighter or flashes. Then you can adjust the minute. equivalent for replacement. Press the reset knob until the desired minute will appear.
  • Page 479: Power Outlet

    05 12.06 Power outlet CAUTION To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or sudden stop while driving, always completely close US10003 US10004 the ashtray after use. PORTABLE ASHTRAY The power outlet is designed for power supply for car accessories. To use the The ashtray can be removed and used power outlet, open as shown in the il- outside the vehicle.
  • Page 480: Glove Box

    05 12.06 Glove box Auxiliary box NOTICE z To prevent the fuse from being blown, do not use the electricity over the total vehicle capacity of 12V/120W. US10005 US10006a z To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not use the power outlet longer than necessary when the engine is not running.
  • Page 481: Rear Console Box

    05 12.06 Rear console box Cup holders US10007 US10008 US10009 To access the rear console box, pull up the lock release lever while raising the rear console box lid. CAUTION To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop, always keep the console box closed while driving.
  • Page 482: Bottle Holders

    If any foreign items enter the gap in the compartment and possibly in- of the cup holder, contact your Toyota jured people in the vehicle during a dealer. sudden braking or an accident.
  • Page 483: Luggage Storage Box

    05 12.06 Luggage storage box Floor mat NOTICE Do not put a cup or open bottle in the bottle holder because the con- tents may spill when the door opens or closes. US10012 PS10517 To use the luggage storage box, open it Use a floor mat of the correct size.
  • Page 484 05 12.06 PS10518 CAUTION Make sure the floor mat is properly placed on the vehicle carpet. If the floor mat slips and interferes with the movement of the pedals during driv- ing, it may cause an accident. 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 485: Information Before Driving Your Toyota

    INFORMATION BEFORE DRIVING YOUR TOYOTA Information before driving your Toyota Break−in period ..........
  • Page 486: Break−In Period

    To help prevent gas station mix−ups, your Use of unleaded gasoline with an octane to the future economy and long life of Toyota has a smaller fuel tank opening. rating or research octane number lower your vehicle: The special nozzle on pumps with un-...
  • Page 487 Toyota, be sure that it has an octane try changing gasoline brands. If this does The WWFC consists of four categories rating no lower than 87.
  • Page 488: Fuel Pump Shut Off System

    Operation in foreign countries Three−way catalytic converter The fuel pump shut off system stops sup- If you plan to drive your Toyota in plying fuel to the engine to minimize the another country... risk of fuel leakage when the engine stalls First, comply with the vehicle registration or an airbag inflates upon collision.
  • Page 489: Engine Exhaust Cautions

    Remember, your Toyota time to time. If you hit something, cause the engine to misfire, creat- dealer knows your vehicle and its or notice a change in the sound of ing an excessive load on the three−...
  • Page 490: Facts About Engine Oil Consumption

    Toyota have not become conditioned. of this oil into the combustion chamber. dealer. Continued inhalation of ex- This oil as well as some part of the oil Oil consumption: Max.
  • Page 491: Iridium−Tipped Spark Plugs

    Therefore, it Do not adjust gaps for engine perfor- is essential that the oil level be checked mance or smooth drivability. regularly. Toyota recommends that the oil level be checked every time you refuel the vehicle. NOTICE...
  • Page 492: Brake System

    05 12.06 Brake system The tandem master cylinder brake system Effective way to press the ABS brake CAUTION is a hydraulic system with two separate pedal: sub−systems. If either sub−system should When the anti−lock brake system func- Do not pump the brake pedal if the fail, the other will still work.
  • Page 493 05 12.06 When the anti−lock brake system is ac- CAUTION Anti−lock brake system is not de- tivated, the following conditions may signed to shorten the stopping dis- occur. They do not indicate a malfunc- overestimate anti−lock tance: Always drive at a moderate tion of the system: brake system: Although the anti−lock speed and maintain a safe distance...
  • Page 494 SH21003 the warning light system. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle. The light does not come on when the ignition key is turned to the “ON” posi- tion, or remains on.
  • Page 495: Electric Power Steering System

    If the following conditions occur, this indicates a malfunction somewhere in When the battery is discharged the parts monitored by the warning light system. Contact your Toyota deal- Check battery’s condition. er as soon as possible to service the...
  • Page 496: Brake Pad Wear Limit Indicators

    This is the primary identification number checked and replaced by your Toyota for your Toyota. It is used in registering dealer as soon as possible. Expensive ro- the ownership of your vehicle. tor damage can result if the pads are not replaced when necessary.
  • Page 497: Theft Prevention Labels

    05 12.06 Theft prevention labels (except for Canada) —Engine number Your new vehicle carries theft preven- tion labels which are approximately 47 mm (1.85 in.) by 12 mm (0.47 in.). The purpose of these labels is to reduce the incidence of vehicle thefts by facilitat- ing the tracing and recovery of parts from US21002 QS21002...
  • Page 498: Suspension And Chassis

    05 12.06 Suspension and chassis CAUTION Do not modify the suspension/chassis with lift kits, spacers, springs, etc. It can cause dangerous vehicle handling characteristics, resulting in loss of control. 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)
  • Page 499: Tire Information

    05 12.06 Tire information— —Tire symbols (Standard tire) This illustration indicates typical tire symbols. 1. Tire size—For details, see “Tire size” on page 187. 2. DOT and Tire Identification Number (TIN)—For details, see “DOT and Tire Identification Num- ber (TIN)” on page 186. 3.
  • Page 500 05 12.06 6. “TUBELESS” “TUBE TYPE”—A tubeless tire does not have a tube inside the tire and air is directly filled in the tire. A tube type tire has a tube inside the tire and the tube maintains the air pressure.
  • Page 501 05 12.06 —Tire symbols (Compact spare tire) This illustration indicates typical tire symbols. 1. “TEMPORARY USE ONLY”—A compact spare tire is identified by the phrase “TEMPORARY USE ONLY” molded into its sidewall. This tire is designed for temporary emergency use only. For details, see “Compact spare tire”...
  • Page 502 05 12.06 —DOT and Tire Identification Number (TIN) 6. Maximum cold tire inflation The “DOT” symbol certifies that the pressure—This means the pres- tire conforms to applicable Federal sure to which a tire may be in- Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. flated.
  • Page 503 05 12.06 —Tire size —Name of each section of tire PS21507 SU21026a This illustration indicates typical tire 1. Section width 1. Bead size. 2. Tire height 2. Sidewall 1. Tire (P=Passenger car, 3. Wheel diameter 3. Shoulder T=Temporary use) 4. Tread 2.
  • Page 504 150 would wear conditions on specified government purchasers of Toyota vehicles with in- one and a half (1−1/2) times as well test surfaces of asphalt and concrete. formation on uniform tire quality grad-...
  • Page 505 05 12.06 Temperature A, B, C—The tempera- ture grades are A (the highest), B, and C, representing the tire’s resis- tance to the generation of heat and its ability to dissipate heat when tested under controlled conditions on a specified indoor laboratory test wheel.
  • Page 506 05 12.06 —Glossary of tire terminology Tire related term Meaning tire inflation pressure when the vehicle has been parked for at least 3 hours Cold tire inflation pressure or more, or it has not been driven more than 1.5 km or 1 mile under that condition the maximum cold inflation pressure to which a tire may be inflated and it is Maximum inflation pressure...
  • Page 507 05 12.06 Tire related term Meaning the combined weight of those installed regular production options weighing over 2.3 kg (5 lb.) in excess of those standard items which they replace, not pre- Production options weight viously considered in curb weight or accessory weight, including heavy duty brakes, ride levelers, roof rack, heavy duty battery, and special trim Vehicle capacity weight the rated cargo and luggage load plus 68 kg (150 lb.) times the vehicle’s desig-...
  • Page 508 05 12.06 Tire related term Meaning the load on an individual tire that is determined by distributing to each axle Vehicle normal load on the tire its share of the curb weight, accessory weight, and normal occupant weight (distributed in accordance with Table 1 that follows) and dividing by two Weather side the surface area of the rim not covered by the inflated tire Table 1–Occupant loading and distribution for vehicle normal load for various designated seating capacities...
  • Page 509: Vehicle Load Limits

    Total 5 (Front 2, Rear 3) da): capacity and cargo capacity. Follow Seating capacity means the maximum Toyota does not recommend towing the load limits shown below. Total number of occupants whose esti- a trailer with your vehicle. Your ve-...
  • Page 510: Cargo And Luggage

    05 12.06 Cargo and luggage— —Stowage precautions When stowing cargo and luggage in D Never allow anyone to ride in NOTICE the vehicle, observe the following: the luggage compartment. It is D Put cargo and luggage in the lug- Do not load the vehicle beyond not designed for passengers.
  • Page 511 (2) Determine the combined weight of your vehicle. Example on Your Vehicle of the driver and passengers that Except for Canada—Toyota does not will be riding in your vehicle. In case that 2 people with the com- recommend towing a trailer with your bined weight of 166 kg (366 lb.) are...
  • Page 512: Types Of Tires

    05 12.06 Types of tires 217 kg – 176 kg = 41 kg. Determine what kind of tires your CAUTION (479 lb. – 388 lb. = 91 lb.) vehicle is originally equipped with. As shown in the above example, if the 1.
  • Page 513 05 12.06 All season tires, however, do not have adequate traction performance compared with snow tires in heavy or loose snow. Also, all season tires fall short in acceleration and handling performance compared with summer tires in highway driving. The details about how to distinguish summer tires from all season tires are described on page 183.
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  • Page 515 05 12.06 SECTION STARTING AND DRIVING Starting and driving Before starting the engine ........How to start the engine .
  • Page 516: Before Starting The Engine

    05 12.06 How to start the engine— —Cranking hold function (a) Before cranking Before starting the engine 1. Check the area around the vehicle be- Once you turn the ignition key to “START” 1. Apply the parking brake firmly. fore entering it. position and release it, the cranking hold 2.
  • Page 517: Tips For Driving In Various Conditions

    05 12.06 Tips for driving in various conditions (b) Starting the engine Before starting the engine, be sure to Always slow down in gusty crosswinds. NOTICE follow instructions “(a) Before This will allow you much better control. cranking”. z Do not crank for more than 30 sec- Drive slowly onto curbs and, if pos- onds at a time.
  • Page 518: Winter Driving Tips

    Only use “Toyota Super Long Life Coolant” a slippery surface. Sudden accelera- there is no traffic near you, and then similar high quality ethylene glycol tion or engine braking could cause press the pedal lightly.
  • Page 519: Dinghy Towing

    If you are not sure about dinghy towed (with four wheels on the which oil to use, call your Toyota deal- ground) behind a motorhome. Keep ice and snow from accumulating er—they will be pleased to help.
  • Page 520 05 12.06 Dinghy towing (with manual transmission) DINGHY TOWING TIPS Before dinghy towing, be sure to ob- serve the following in order to reduce the damage to your vehicle. 1. Put the shift lever in neutral. US31002 US31003 2. Turn the ignition switch to the “ACC” position.
  • Page 521: Trailer Towing

    Toyota junk yard, etc. warranties do not apply to damage or malfunction caused by towing a trailer for commercial purposes.
  • Page 522 05 12.06 CAUTION The load on either the front or rear axle resulting from distribution of total trailer weight (trailer the gross vehicle weight on both weight plus its cargo load) must axles must not exceed the Gross not exceed 318 kg (700 lb.). Exceed- Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) listed US21002 ing this weight is dangerous.
  • Page 523 05 12.06 HITCHES A safety chain must always be used between the towing vehicle and the Use only a hitch (Toyota genuine hitch Total trailer weight Tongue load trailer. Leave sufficient slack in the or equivalent) which is recommended chain for turns. The chain should...
  • Page 524 BREAK−IN SCHEDULE loaded so that it can not shift. cedure is generally opposite to that Toyota recommends that you do not Check that your rear view mirrors con- when backing without a trailer.) Also, tow a trailer with a new vehicle or a...
  • Page 525 05 12.06 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 526: How To Save Fuel And Make Your Vehicle Last Longer

    05 12.06 How to save fuel and make your vehicle last longer When restarting out after parking on a Improving fuel economy is easy–just take CAUTION slope: it easy. It will help make your vehicle last longer, too. Here are some specific tips 1.
  • Page 527 05 12.06 Avoid long engine idling. If you have Maintain a moderate speed on high- CAUTION a long wait and you are not in traffic, ways. The faster you drive,the greater it is better to turn off the engine and the fuel consumption.
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  • Page 529 05 12.06 SECTION IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY In case of an emergency If your vehicle will not start ........If your engine stalls while driving .
  • Page 530: If Your Vehicle Will Not Start

    If they work, your key may be bro- fire hazard. cranking hold function stops cranking au- ken. Have the key checked at your Toyota tomatically, and you can try starting the dealer. If none of your keys work, there...
  • Page 531 05 12.06 (c) Jump starting To avoid serious personal injury and JUMP STARTING PROCEDURE The gas normally produced by a damage to your vehicle which might re- 1. If the booster battery is installed in battery will explode if a flame or sult from battery explosion, acid burns, another vehicle, make sure the vehicles spark is brought near.
  • Page 532 05 12.06 Discharged battery Jumper cable Booster LS40034 LS40035 PS41501 battery Positive Discharged battery terminal Booster (“+” mark) Jumper battery Negative terminal Positive terminal cable (“−” mark) (“+” mark) Connecting point 4. Make the cable connections in the or- c. Connect the clamp of the negative der a, b, c, d.
  • Page 533: If Your Engine Stalls While Driving

    If the cause of your battery discharging is not apparent (for example, lights left on), you should have it checked at your Toyota dealer. If the first start attempt is not success- ful...
  • Page 534: If You Cannot Increase Engine Speed

    When the engine is running, keep checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as flashers. Put the transmission in “P” hands and clothing away from the possible. (automatic) or neutral (manual) and ap- moving fan and engine drive belts.
  • Page 535: If You Have A Flat Tire

    You should have it checked as bility of death or serious injury: a highway. Park on a level spot soon as possible at your Toyota dealer. D Follow jacking instructions. with firm ground. D Do not put any part of your 2.
  • Page 536 05 12.06 D Make sure to set the jack prop- NOTICE erly in the jack point. Raising Do not continue driving with a the vehicle with jack improper- deflated tire. Driving even a ly positioned will damage the short distance can damage a vehicle or may allow the ve- tire and wheel beyond repair.
  • Page 537 05 12.06 To keep the compact spare tire no- NOTICE CAUTION ticeable, do not hide the wheel by a wheel cover or such. Your ground clearance is re- D The compact spare tire was de- duced when the compact spare The compact spare tire can be used signed especially for your To- tire is installed so avoid driving...
  • Page 538 05 12.06 —Required tools and spare tire US41017 SM41002 US41012 1. Get the required tools and To remove the jack, move the driver spare tire. seat to the front−most position and re- move the cover. 1. Tool bag 2. Jack handle To remove: Turn the joint in direction 3.
  • Page 539 05 12.06 —Removing wheel ornament (on some models) —Blocking the wheel US41010 US41001 PS41507 Steel wheels To remove the spare tire, loosen the 2. Block the wheel diagonally op- bolt and remove it. posite the flat tire to keep the 3.
  • Page 540 05 12.06 —Loosening wheel nuts —Positioning the jack CAUTION Never use oil or grease on the bolts or nuts. The nuts may loos- en and the wheels may fall off, PS41508 US41011 which could cause a serious ac- cident. 4. Loosen all the wheel nuts. 5.
  • Page 541 05 12.06 —Raising your vehicle —Changing wheels CAUTION Never get under the vehicle when the vehicle is supported by the jack alone. PS41510 NS41511 6. After making sure that no one 7. Remove the wheel nuts and is in the vehicle, raise it high change tires.
  • Page 542 05 12.06 —Reinstalling wheel nuts CAUTION Never use oil or grease on the bolts or nuts. Doing so may lead to overtightening the nuts and NS41512 PS41534 damaging the bolts. The nuts may loosen and the wheels may fall off, which could cause a seri- ous accident.
  • Page 543 05 12.06 —Lowering your vehicle —After changing wheels 10.Check the air pressure of the re- CAUTION placed tire. Adjust the air pressure to the specifi- D When lowering the vehicle, cation designated on page 285 in make sure all portions of your Section 8.
  • Page 544 05 12.06 CAUTION Before driving, make sure all the tools, jack and flat tire are se- curely in place in their storage PS41515 PS41531 location to reduce the possibility of personal injury during a colli- sion or sudden braking. Aluminum wheels—Before stowing Position the tools as shown in the il- the flat tire, remove the center wheel lustration.
  • Page 545: If Your Vehicle Becomes Stuck

    05 12.06 If your vehicle needs to be If your vehicle becomes 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 forward and backward.
  • Page 546 If towing is necessary, we recommend (a) Towing with wheel lift type truck Automatic transmission: you to have it done by your Toyota From front—Release the parking brake. Use a towing dolly under the front dealer or a commercial tow truck ser- wheels.
  • Page 547 05 12.06 —Emergency towing If towing is necessary, we recommend (c) Towing with sliding type you to have it done by your Toyota truck dealer or a commercial tow truck ser- vice. If a towing service is not available in...
  • Page 548 05 12.06 —Installing front towing eyelet A driver must be in the vehicle to steer Before towing, release the parking brake it and operate the brakes. and put the transmission in neutral (manu- al) or “N” (automatic). The key must be Towing in this manner may be done only in “ACC”...
  • Page 549: If You Cannot Shift Automatic Transmission Selector Lever

    05 12.06 If you cannot shift automatic transmission selector lever US41007 US41008 US41013 2. Use the towing eyelet in the tool bag. 3. Tighten the front towing eyelet securely If you cannot shift the selector lever Secure the front towing eyelet to the by a wheel nut wrench.
  • Page 550: If You Lose Your Keys

    05 12.06 If you lose your keys You can purchase a new key at your Toyota dealer if you can give them the key number. If your vehicle is equipped with the engine immobilizer system, the dealer will also need your master key.
  • Page 551 APPEARANCE CARE Corrosion prevention and appearance care Protecting your Toyota from corrosion ......Washing and waxing your Toyota .
  • Page 552 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 553 05 12.06 Washing and waxing your Toyota Check the interior of your vehicle. Wa- Washing your Toyota CAUTION ter and dirt can accumulate under the Keep your vehicle clean by regular floor mats and could cause corrosion. Oc- washing. When cleaning under floor or chas-...
  • Page 554 To prevent damage to the antenna, rub or press hard—you might scratch vent, you may experience trouble with re- make sure to remove it before driving the paint. fueling or rough engine idling. your Toyota through an automatic car NOTICE wash. Plastic wheel ornaments:...
  • Page 555 Toyota dealer to have the vehicle serviced. NOTICE If a nozzle becomes blocked, do not try to clear it with a pin or other object. The nozzle will be damaged.
  • Page 556 05 12.06 Vinyl interior Carpets Windows The vinyl upholstery may be easily Use a good foam−type shampoo to The windows may be cleaned with any cleaned with a mild soap or detergent clean the carpets. household window cleaner. and water. Begin by vacuuming thoroughly to remove NOTICE First vacuum over the upholstery to re-...
  • Page 557 Toyota, your local cause discoloring. Toyota dealer will be pleased to answer them. z Use of a nylon brush or synthetic fiber cloth, etc. may scratch the fine grained surface of the leather. 2007 YARIS S/D from Jan. ’06 Prod. (OM52646U)