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Quick Links. Download this manual See also: Owner's Manual. Table of Contents. Part 1. Instrument panel overview. Instrument cluster overview. Side vents 2. Instrument cluster 3. Center vents 4. Electric moon roof switch and personal lights 5. Glovebox 6. Power door lock switches 7. Power window switches 8. Parking brake lever 9.
Automatic transmission selector lever or manual transmission gear shift lever Instrument panel light control knob 2. Headlight and turn signal switch 3. Wiper and washer switches 4. Clock 5. Center differential lock button or driving pattern selector button 6. Air conditioning controls 7. Emergency flasher switch 8. Rear window defogger switch 9. Speedometer 4.
Engine coolant temperature gauge 7. Odometer and two trip meters 2. Fuel gauge 5. Tachometer 3. Service reminder indicators and 6. Trip meter reset knob indicator lights U Indicator symbols on the instrument panel type A type A Brake system warning light Anti-lock brake system warning light type B type B Open door warning light Seat belt reminder light SRS airbag warning light Discharge warning light Automatic transmission fluid temperature Low oil pressure warning light warning light To lock: Turn the key forward.
To lock: Push the knob forward. To unlock: Turn the key backward. Before driving, be sure that the doors To lock: Push the switch on the front side.
The windows can be operated with the Automatic operation: Push the switch switch on each side door. This not only keeps the luggage from being thrown out but also pre- vents exhaust gases from entering the vehicle. U Hood To open the hood, do the following. In front of the vehicle, pull up on 3. Hold the hood open by inserting the the auxiliary catch lever and lift the support rod into the slot. Pull the hood lock release lever.
The hood. Page 14 The indicator lamp goes off after driving neck if the cap is suddenly re- several times. If the indicator lamp does moved. Page 15 The sun shade can be opened or closed " by hand.
Use only a genuine Toyota fuel tank cap for replacement. U —Removing 1. Pull the handle down while pushing 2. Push in the retaining spring arms as 3. Push back the auxiliary catch to re- in one of the lock buttons. Then lift the sun roof panel and pull it out. Remove the holder from the tail gate 2.
Set the front edge of the sun roof the tail gate as follows. U —Installing 3. Place the removed holder over the 4. Secure the holder by turning the 1. Insert the flat hinges of the sun roof sun roof handle. The removed rear window may let must do the following. U —Lowering the soft- top NOTICE z Make sure there are no items or packages between the rear seatback and the soft- top storage area when raising or lowering the soft- top.
Even small items may interfere with soft- top operation and can cause damage. Unfasten the zippers. Remove the retainers on the bottom 5. Slide down the window along the of the quarter windows from the side groove. It may damage the quarter window. Open the tail gate, and remove the Before lowering the soft- top, make sure Velcros on the rear window. Lock the latch handle and hook. Fold soft- top. Make sure 4. Take the latch handle cover out of place the soft- top between the rear the glovebox, put it over the latch seat backs and tail gate.
Raise the soft- top. Separate the latch handle and hook while pressing the lock release but- 1. Remove the latch handle cover. Align the retainer on the bottom of dle to securely lock it. Open the tail gate and engage the zipper approximately 25 mm 1. Insert the retainer on the side of the align the Velcros to secure the rear window into the groove on the ve- 1. Engage the zipper approximately 25 window. Insert the retainer on the bottom of 4. Fasten the zipper securely and align 5. Align the Velcros from the inside of the window into the groove.
Then slide the seat to the desired position with slight body " After putting back the seat, pressure and release the lever. Unlock the seat cushion. Swing the 3. Lock the raised bottom cushion in When returning the rear seat to its whole seat up and forward. When returning seats to their original Front seats: Remove the head restraint position: and slide the seat to the front- most " U Flattening seatbacks 4- door hardtop NOTICE Rear seats: Pull out the strap to unlock Before closing the back door, make the seatback, and push down the seat- sure the rear headrests are removed back.
Front seats: Remove the head restraint and slide the seat to the front- most position. Page 39 Pregnant woman. Toyota recommends the death in the event of sudden braking solution or lukewarm water. Never use of a seat belt. Ask your doctor for or a collision. Page 40 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. It cannot slow, easy motion will allow the belt to extend, and you can move around freely.
The belt should be serious injuries due to sliding un- kept away from your neck, but not der the lap belt during a collision Too high Page 42 " If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. It cannot To release the belt, press the buckle- re- Sit up straight and well back in the U —Stowing the rear seat belts 4- door hardtop Too high Adjust to a snug fit Keep as low on hips as possible Remove excess length of the belt and To release the belt, press the buckle- re- The rear seat belts can be stowed when adjust the belt position.
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