Cancelling The Cruise Control

The cruise control may be temporarily cancelled by the driver or by the system itself under certain circumstances. Temporary cancellation allows the set cruising speed to remain in memory.

The cruise control can be temporarily cancelled by doing the following:

^ Pulling the lever in the "CANCEL" direction and releasing it

^ Depressing the brake pedal

^ Depressing the clutch pedal (manual transmission)

Under certain circumstances, the cruise control is temporarily cancelled:

^ When vehicle speed falls below 40 km/h (25 mph)

^ When vehicle stability control is activated

When vehicle speed drops 16 km/h (10 mph) below the set speed, the cruise control is cancelled and the set speed is erased from memory.

The cruise control indicator light remains on to indicate that the system is still in operation.

To turn the cruise control off, press the "ON-OFF" button. Make sure the cruise control indicator light is off.

If the cruise control automatically cancels out other than for the above cases, have your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer at the earliest opportunity.

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