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Table of Contents. Instrument panel overview. Instrument cluster overview. Indicator symbols on the instrument pane. Show quick links.
Hide Hide permanently. Automobile Toyota Corolla Operating Manual pages. Rear view mirror remote control levers 2. Side vents 3. Instrument cluster 4. Center vents 5. Electric moon roof switches 6. Personal light with electric moon roof 7.
Personal lights without electric moon roof 8. Power rear view mirror control switch 2. Headlight, turn signal and front fog light switches 3. Wiper and washer switches 4. Emergency flasher switch 5. Clock 6. Car audio 7.
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Rear window defogger switch 8. Service reminder indicators and 3. Fuel gauge 6. Odometer and two trip meters indicator lights 4.
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Speedometer 2. Engine coolant temperature gauge 5.
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Speedometer 6. Fuel gauge 7. Outside temperature display 2. Tachometer 5.
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Trip meter reset knob 8. Side doors. Page Keys To unlock: Turn the key backward. Push the switch. To unlock: Pull the button up. Vehicles with power windows— Along with the proper use of seat belts, locking the doors helps prevent the driver and passengers from being thrown out from the ve- hicle during an accident.
The window will fully open. This not only keeps the luggage from being thrown out but Always make sure the head, hands also prevents exhaust gases from and other parts of the body of all entering the vehicle.
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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.
Pull the hood lock release lever. The hood. To open the fuel filler door, pull the 2. To remove the fuel tank cap, turn is on the left side of your vehicle. Page Electric Moon Roof To operate the moon roof, use the several times.
If the indicator lamp does switches beside the personal light. Front seats. Page Seats Consult try sliding it forward and backward sengers stand move your Toyota dealer.
Severe inju- tion. Do not use accessories ries can occur in the event of emer Then slide the seat your hands under the seat or near to the desired position with slight body the moving parts. Make sure the seatback is securely locked by pushing forward and rear- ward on the top of the seatback. Page Head Restraints You will hear a click when the tab locks If the seat belt does not function into the buckle.
The entire assembly Use the belt for only one person at should be replaced even if damage a time. Page 29 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.
Keep the lap belt positioned as low on hips as possible. Failure to properly match the buckle and tab may cause severe injury in case of an accident or a collision.
Page 32 Please contact your local Toyota dealer so nally intended for.
Bring the heaviest coat you expect to wear for prop- er measurement and selection of length. Page 33 If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. This gas is harmless and does not indicate that a fire is occur- ring. Page 35 Repairs on or near the front seat belt retractor assemblies This front seat belt pretensioner system In the following cases, contact your Toyota r Modification of the suspension sys- has a service reminder indicator to inform dealer as soon as possible: the driver of operating problems.
Then a chemical reaction in the inflators quickly fills the airbags Hitting a curb, edge Falling into or with non—toxic gas to help restrain the of pavement or jumping over a forward motion of the occupants.
Page 39 The front seat occupants can restraint system. Toyota strongly be killed or seriously injured by an recommends that all infants and inflating airbag if they do not wear children be placed in the rear seat the available seat belts. Move seat fully back Never put a rear—facing child re- A forward—facing child restraint sys- straint system on the front seat be- tem should be allowed to be put on cause the force of the rapid infla- the front seat only when it is un Page 42 Contact your winches or any other equipment to Toyota dealer as soon as possible to the front end service the vehicle.
Page Srs Side Airbags Wear their seat belts.
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Remain properly seated with their In the following cases, contact your Toyota The SRS Supplemental Restraint Sys- back upright and against the seat at dealer as soon as possible: tem side airbags are designed to pro- all times. Then a chemical reaction in the inflators The SRS side airbag system is de- quickly fills the airbags with non—toxic gas signed only as a supplement to the to help restrain the lateral motion of the primary Page 46 An infant or child who is too small to use a seat belt should be properly secured using a child restraint system.
Toyota strongly recommends that all infants and children be placed in the rear seat vehicle properly strained. Page 47 Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle. Do not disconnect the battery cables before contacting your Toyota dealer. The laws of all fifty states in the U.
If it is not restrained the event of an accident, the force securely, it may cause death or se- of the rapid inflation of the airbag Refer to the illustration to become familiar with the parts of the system.
This child restraint system conforms to U. If only by children who weigh between 10 they need cleaning, use a mild soap and 30 kg Separate the fastener tapes under 2.
Unlock and remove the head re- 3. While pulling the seat belt release the right rear seatback and fold the straint, then reinstall it facing back- strap black , pull both shoulder Compress the shoulder belt clip to 5.
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Pull down the seatback part of the 6. Press the removable pad against the separate the right and left shoulder removable pad. Page 55 Contact your Toyota dealer immediately. Do not use the built—in child restraint until the seat belt is fixed. Sit the child on the child seat. Place 8.