Page Count: 6. Toyota Rav4 Owners Manual Overview of in stru ment s and co ntr ols. Inst rument panel overvi ew 2. Inst rument cluster overvi ew 4. Indi cator symbols on the instr ument panel 5.
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Quick Links. Table of Contents. Indicator symbols on the instrument panel. Chapters Www. Indicator symbols on the instrument panel Page 2: Instrument Panel Overview Automatic transmission selector lever or manual transmission gear shift lever Parking brake lever Cup holders Ashtray Power outlet Auxiliary box Hood lock release lever Window lock switch RAV4 from Aug.
Page 3 Air conditioning controls Cigarette lighter Ignition switch Cruise control switch Tilt steering lock release lever Power door lock switch without power windows RAV4 from Aug. Page 4: Instrument Cluster Overview Instrument cluster overview 1. Speedometer 4. Fuel gauge 7. Odometer and two trip meters 2. Service reminder indicators and 5. Engine coolant temperature gauge indicator lights 6. Trip meter reset knob 3. Tachometer RAV4 from Aug. Page 7: Table Of Contents Sub key gray —This key will not work To protect items locked in the glove box number.
Page 9 includ- or may stop soon after it starts. Page 10 If you should lose your keys or if you need additional keys, duplicates can be made by a Toyota dealer using the key number.
We recommend writing down the key num- ber and storing it in a safe place. However, there is a limit to the number of additional keys your Toyota dealer can make for you. Page 13 Closing the door with the lock knob in the lock position will also lock the door.
Be careful not to lock your keys in the ve- hicle. Page 14 To unlock: Push the switch down on the rear side. Page 15 Pushing the switch twice within 3 seconds unlocks all the side doors and back door simultaneously.
At this time, parking lights and tail lights flash twice. Unlocking operation RAV4 from Aug. Page 17 1 this device may not cause interfer- ence, and 2 this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Replace the transmitter battery by the fol- lowing procedures: RAV4 from Aug.
Page Power Windows To open: Lightly push down the switch. To close: Lightly pull up the switch. Page 20 To open: Push down the switch. To close: Pull up the switch. Page 21 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. Page Back Door To open the back door, pull the lock re- lease lever. Vehicles with a power door lock system— All the side doors and back door lock and unlock simultaneously with the back door.
Page Hood Then lower the occur. If necessary, press down gently on the front edge to lock it. Page 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.
Page Electric Moon Roof Make sure the cap is tightened securely. The indicator lamp goes off after driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as Tilting operation soon as possible. OMU Page 26 Therefore, release the result in a serious injury.
When switch and then push it again to close it anyone closes the moon roof, first completely. Page 27 Unat- tended children can be involved in serious accidents. Page 28 WWW. Page OMU Page Seats Otherwise, the objects may interfere with the seat—lock mechanism or unexpectedly push up the seat posi- tion adjusting lever and the seat may suddenly move, causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle.
Page 31 Then lean back to the desired angle directly to the abdomen. In the event and release the lever. Page 33 " Adjustments should not be made " After adjusting the seatback, push while the vehicle is moving. Page 36 Make sure the rear legs are securely set to the hooks by trying to pull up the rear part of the seat. Page 37 Removing the rear seats will enlarge the luggage compartment.
Page 38 Avoid putting heavy loads on the re- ver, place the rear hinge into the moved seat. The metallic tips of the rear hook on the floor. Page 39 " Do not fold or remove the seat while the vehicle is moving. Page Flattening Seatbacks " Install each seat in the same posi- tion from which it was removed. Failure to do so will prevent rear seat occupants from using seat belts properly. Page Head Restraints Therefore, using After returning the seat to its original a cushion on the seatback is not recom- position, be certain to replace the head mended.
Page Seat Belts If an accident occurs and 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. Page 43 The retractor will lock the belt during a sudden stop or on impact. It also may lock if you lean forward too quickly.
A slow, easy motion will allow the belt to extend, and you can move around freely. Page 44 If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat until the seat belt is fixed. It cannot protect an adult occupant or your child from injury. Page 45 Then portion upward through the latch plate. Page 46 Buckle 1 with light gray buckle—re- lease button —Properly matches with concave end tab Buckle 2 with red buckle—release but- ton —Properly matches with round end RAV4 from Aug.
Page 47 RAV4 from Aug. Page 49 This helps prevent damage to the vehicle interior and extend- er itself. When not in use, remove the extender and store in the vehicle for future use. Page 50 1—5. Collisions occurring at certain speeds and angles may cause the seat belt preten- sioners and SRS airbags not to operate all together.
Page 51 The light comes on or flashes while driving. Be sure to wear your seat belt properly. Page 54 3. Airbag module for front passenger airbag and inflator 4.
Airbag sensor assembly 5. Airbag module for driver airbag and inflator The airbag sensor assembly consists of a safing sensor and airbag sensor. Page 55 The airbags are designed to cerning the seat belt system, see inflate only once. Page 57 For instruc- jects in their arms or on their tions concerning the installation of knees. Page 60 If it is not restrained securely, it may cause death or se- rious injury to the child in the event of a sudden stop or accident.
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