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Quick Links. Download this manual. Table of Contents. Important information about your Toyota. Toyota encourages you and your family to take the time to. Section 1- 3 describes the function and operation concern-. These systems work together along.
The effect of. No single occupant restraint. That is why it is important for you and. The purpose of all occupant restraint systems is to help. None of these systems, either individ-. However, the more you know about. Seat belts provide the primary restraint to all occupants of. Children should always be. SRS airbags can be very effective in reducing. Automobile Toyota Corolla Operating Manual pages. Page 2: Event Data Recorder Toyota recommends you to read the provisions in Section " Engine speed 1- 3 carefully and refer to them as needed during your time " Page 5 Toyota Toyota A wide variety of non- genuine spare parts and accessories The spark ignition system in your Toyota meets all require- for Toyota vehicles are currently available in the market.
Page 6 Be sure to have the systems of the SRS airbag and seat belt preten- sioner removed and disposed of by the qualified service shop or by your Toyota dealer before you dispose of your vehicle. This check is done approximately five hours after the engine is turned off.
So you may hear sound coming from under- neath the trunk for several minutes. It does not indicate a malfunction. Instrument cluster overview. Side defroster outlets 2. Side vents 3. Instrument cluster 4. Center vents 5. Electric moon roof switches 6. Personal lights 7. Power door lock switches 8. Power window switches 9. Glove box Page 11 Cruise control switch Tilt steering lock release lever Instrument panel light control dial Power rear view mirror control switches Tire pressure warning system reset switch Service reminder indicators and 4.
Engine coolant temperature gauge 7. Odometer, two trip meters and outside indicator lights temperature display 5. Fuel gauge 2. Tachometer 6. Trip meter reset knob 3. Page Table Of Contents Toyota vehicle intrusion protection system TVIP. Page Keys These keys work in every lock. Your precautions: Toyota dealer will need one of them to z When starting the engine, do not make a new key with a built- in trans- use the key with a key ring resting ponder chip. Page Engine Immobilizer System If you should lose your keys or if you hicle.
The engine will start only when need additional keys, duplicates can be the electronic code in the chip corre- made by a Toyota dealer using the key sponds to the registered ID code for number.
Page 21 The indicator light will go off. For your Toyota dealer to make you a new key with built- in transponder chip, your dealer will need your key number and master key. However, there is a limit to the number of additional keys your Toyota dealer can make for you.
Page Wireless Remote Control Avoid knocking it hard against other 3. You can use up to 4 wireless remote con- trol transmitters for the same vehicle. Contact your Toyota dealer for detailed information. Page 23 Locking operation avoid the possibility of theft, or an acci- Pushing the switch twice within 3 seconds dent. Page 24 Toyota dealer. Page 25 3. Put in a new transmitter battery with transmitter case.
Close the transmitter case securely. After replacing the battery, check that the transmitter operates properly. If the trans- mitter still does not operate properly, con- tact your Toyota dealer.
Page 27 Do not pull the inside handle of the front doors while driving. The doors will open and an accident may occur. Toyota strongly recommends that all children be placed in the rear seat of the vehicle. Closing the door with the lock knob in the lock position will also lock the door. Before driving, be sure that the doors To lock: Push the switch down on the closed locked, especially front side.
The interior light will flash to indicate and power door lock system—You can locking linked with the shift position that the mode has been changed. The power windows work when the ignition " This not only keeps the luggage use the power window switches and from being thrown out but also pre- trapped Unsupervised children Lock all the doors with the key or wire- The system detects a threat under any of Reactivating the alarm less remote control transmitter.
At this the following conditions: Once set, until you cancel the system, the time, the TVIP indicator light comes " Page Hood 1. Pull the hood lock release lever. The hood. If the system does not work properly, hood will spring up slightly. Page 37 The indicator lamp goes off after driving neck if the cap is suddenly re- several times.
If the indicator lamp does moved. The sun shade can be opened or closed " Unat- tended person particularly a small child can be involved in a serious accident. Front seats. Although vehicle designs vary, upright, sit well back in the seat and prop- CAUTION many drivers can achieve the erly wear the seat belts provided. Then slide the seat to the desired the moving parts. The seat belts pro- vide maximum protection in a frontal or rear collision when the driver and the front passenger are sitting up straight and well back in the seats.
Take care that Persons should ride in their seats they do not get caught or pinched properly wearing their seat belts Page 49 " If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer.
Do not use the seat until the seat belt is fixed, because it cannot protect an adult occupant or your child from death or serious The belt should be kept away from your neck, but not falling off your shoulder. Failure to do so could reduce the amount of protection in an accident and cause serious injures in a collision. Page 52 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 54 Repairs made on or near the front result in death or serious injury. Con- fenders, front end structure or con- sult your Toyota dealer about any re- sole pair and modification. Page Srs Airbags in Section 1- 6.
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