Gauges Meters and Service reminder indicators

Fuel gauge 132

Engine coolant temperature gauge 132

Tachometer 133

Odometer and two trip meters 133

Outside temperature display 134

Multi-information display 134

Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers 146

The gauge indicates the approximate quantity of fuel remaining in the tank when the ignition switch is on.

Nearly full—Needle at "F" Nearly empty—Needle at "E"

It is a good idea to keep the tank over 1/4 full.

If the fuel level approaches "E" or the low fuel level warning light comes on, fill the fuel tank as soon as possible.

On inclines or curves, due to the movement of fuel in the tank, the fuel gauge needle may fluctuate or the low fuel level warning light may come on earlier than usual.

If the fuel tank is completely empty, the malfunction indicator lamp comes on. Fill the fuel tank immediately.

The indicator lamp goes off after driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible.

The gauge indicates the engine coolant temperature when the ignition switch is on. The engine operating temperature will vary with changes in weather and engine load.

If the needle moves into the red zone, your engine is too hot. If your vehicle overheats, stop your vehicle and allow the engine to cool.

Your vehicle may overheat during severe operating conditions, such as:

• Reducing speed or stopping after high speed driving.

• Idling for a long period with the air conditioning on in stop-and-go traffic.

NOTICE

• Do not remove the thermostat in the engine cooling system as this may cause the engine to overheat. The thermostat is designed to control the flow of coolant to keep the temperature of the engine within the specified operating range.

• Do not continue driving with an overheated engine. See "If your vehicle overheats" on page 342 in Section 4.

Tachometer

Odometer and two trip meters

The tachometer indicates engine speed in thousands of rpm (revolutions per minute). Use it while driving to select correct shift points and to prevent engine lugging and over-revving.

Driving with the engine running too fast causes excessive engine wear and poor fuel economy. Remember, in most cases the slower the engine speed, the greater the fuel economy.

This meter displays the odometer and two trip meters when the ignition switch is on.

1. Odometer—Shows the total distance the vehicle has been driven.

2. Two trip meters—Show two different distances independently driven since the last time each trip meter was set to zero.

You can use one trip meter to calculate the fuel economy and the other to measure the distance on each trip. All trip meter data is cancelled if the electrical power source is disconnected.

NOTICE

Do not let the indicator needle get into the red zone. This may cause severe engine damage.

3. Trip meter reset knob—Resets the two trip meters to zero, and also change the meter display.

To change the meter display, quickly push and release the knob. The meter display changes in the order from the odometer to trip meter A to trip meter B, then back to the odometer each time you push.

To reset the trip meter A to zero, display the meter A reading, then push and hold the knob until the meter is set to zero. The same process can be applied for resetting the trip meter B.

Outside temperature display

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The displayed temperature ranges from -40^C (-40^F) up to 50^C (122^F).

The ignition switch must be set at ON.

If an abnormality exists in the connection of the outside air temperature sensor, "—" or "E" will appear on the display. If "—" or "E" appears on the display, contact your Toyota dealer.

There may be a case that "—" appears momentarily when the ignition switch is quickly set to ON. It is normal if it goes out soon.

Multi-information display—

The following information is displayed on the multi-information display when the ignition switch is set at ON.

• Cruise information and outside temperature

• Odometer and two trip meters

• Warning messages

During ordinary driving, cruise information is displayed. However, in case the vehicle has a system malfunction or if there is some information that the driver should be informed of, a warning message appears on the display. See "—Messages" on page 139 for details.

If the electrical power source has been disconnected from the cruise information display, the display will automatically be set to the initial mode.

When the instrument panel lights are turned on, the brightness of the display will be reduced.

/l\ CAUTION

Do not adjust the display while the vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust the display only when the vehicle is stopped.

—Outside temperature and cruise information

Each time you push the "DISP" button, the display toggles through the following information.

1. Outside temperature

2. Driving range

3. Average fuel consumption

4. Driving distance

5. Average vehicle speed

6. Cruise information off

7. Zoom display of odometer and trip meter

The display will return to the outside temperature display with pushing and holding the "DISP" button for 1 second.

The displayed values in the cruise information display indicate general driving conditions. Accuracy varies with driving habits and road conditions.

When the ignition switch is on, the last previously used mode displayed just before the ignition switch is off will appear.

1. Outside temperature ("OUTSIDE TEMP")

The outside temperature display indicates the outside air temperature.

The displayed temperature ranges from -40^C (-40^F) up to 50^C (122^F).

If an abnormality exists in the connection of the outside air temperature sensor, "-- " or "E" will appear on the display. If "-- " or "E" appears on the display, contact your Toyota dealer.

There may be a case that "-- " appears momentarily when the ignition switch is quickly set to ON. It is normal if it goes out soon.

2. Driving range

("CRUISING RANGE")

The distance the vehicle can travel with the remaining fuel is calculated and displayed based on the quantity of remaining fuel and past fuel consumption.

The driving range display indicates the approximate distance that you can drive until the fuel gauge reaches "E". It is different from the actual distance traveled.

The displayed value is updated every 1 second while driving.

If the fuel gauge malfunctions, the mileage figure will not appear.

When the vehicle is refueled, the driving range is recalculated.

The actual driving range varies with driving habits and road conditions. If fuel consumption is good, the driving range will be longer than indicated. If fuel consumption is poor, the driving range will be shorter than indicated.

If the low fuel level warning light comes on, refuel the vehicle even if the display indicates that the vehicle can be driven further.

3. Average fuel consumption ("TANK AVG")

Average fuel consumption is calculated and displayed based on total driving distance and total fuel consumption with the engine running.

The displayed value is updated every 10 seconds.

Every time you refuel the vehicle, the displayed value is reset.

4. Driving distance ("SINCE START")

The driving distance after the engine starts is displayed.

Every time you start the engine, the driving distance display is reset.

5. Average vehicle speed ("AVG SPEED")

Average vehicle speed is calculated and displayed based on total driving distance and total driving time with the engine running.

The displayed value is updated every 10 seconds.

—Odometer and two trip meters

6. Cruise information off

The display indicates only odometer and two trip meters.

7. Zoom display of odometer and trip meter

The odometer and one of the trip meters are displayed simultaneously. See "—Odometer and two trip meters" described below.

Normal display

Zoom display

This meter displays the odometer and two trip meters.

Selecting the zoom display of the odometer and trip meter when the cruise information is displayed causes the odometer and one of the trip meters to be displayed simultaneously.

1. Odometer—Shows the total distance the vehicle has been driven.

2. Two trip meters—Show two different distances independently driven since the last time each trip meter was set to zero.

You can use one trip meter to calculate the fuel economy and the other to measure the distance on each trip. All trip meter data is cancelled if the electrical power source is disconnected.

Zoom display

3. Trip meter reset knob—Resets the two trip meters to zero, and also change the meter display.

To change the meter display, quickly push and release the knob. The meter display changes in the order from the odometer to trip meter A to trip meter B, then back to the odometer each time you push.

To reset the trip meter A to zero, display the meter A reading, then push and hold the knob until the meter is set to zero. The same process can be applied for resetting the trip meter B.

—Messages

Message

Status

Parking brake is not released.

Engine oil pressure is low.

Engine coolant temperature is high.

Any of doors are opened.

Hood is opened.

Action

Release parking brake.

Stop and check.

Stop your vehicle and allow engine to cool.

Close doors completely.

Close hood completely.

Message

Status

Action

f

TRUNKOPEN g

Trunk is opened.

Close trunk completely.

g

CHECK VSC SYSTEM

Vehicle stability control system malfunction is detected.

Take vehicle to your Toyota dealer.

h

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Transmission selector lever is not set "P" position.

Shift the transmission selector lever to "P" position.

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Brake pedal is not depressed when starting engine.

Depress brake pedal firmly.

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CEY IS NOT DETECTED

• Ignition switch is not set to OFF when getting out vehicle carrying the key.

• Key is not detected in the vehicle when ignition switch is set at ON.

• Take care key.

k

LOW KEY 6ATTERY

Electronic key battery is low.

Replace key battery.

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DHFÜK S/T UÜCK

Steering lock system malfunction is detected.

Contact your Toyota dealer.

Message

Status

Action

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Steering lock is stuck.

Rotate steering wheel slightly.

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Oil change is nearly due.

Check engine oil.

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Oil change is due.

Replace engine oil.

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Washer fluid level is low.

Add washer fluid.

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Moon roof is opened with ignition switch off.

Close moon roof.

This message is to warn the driver that the parking brake is not completely released at the vehicle speed of 5 km/h (3 mph) or more.

Stop the vehicle and release the parking brake fully.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

This message is to warn the driver that the engine oil pressure is too low.

Turn the engine off as soon as possible and contact your Toyota dealer.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

This message is to warn the driver that the engine coolant temperature is too high.

Stop the vehicle and allow the engine to cool.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

NOTICE

Do not continue driving with an overheated engine. See "If your vehicle overheats" on page 342 in Section 4.

This message is to remind the driver that any of the doors are opened.

Close the door securely.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds when the vehicle speed rises above 5 km/h (3 mph).

This message is to remind the driver that the hood is opened.

Close the hood securely.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds when the vehicle speed rises above 5 km/h (3 mph).

This message is to remind the driver that the trunk is opened.

Close the trunk securely.

The message appears with the master warning light a warning tone sounds when the vehicle speed rises above 5 km/h (3 mph).

This message is to warn the driver that there is a problem somewhere in the vehicle stability control system or traction control system.

Contact your Toyota dealer to service vehicle.

In this case, the brakes will operate when applied, and normal driving may be resumed.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

This message is to warn the driver that the transmission is not in the "P" position when leaving the vehicle.

Put the transmission in the "P" position.

If the transmission is not in the "P" position with the ignition switch on, the message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds when the driver's door is opened.

This message is to remind the driver that the brake pedal is not depressed when starting the engine.

Depress the brake pedal firmly and press the "ENGINE START STOP" switch. For the starting procedure, see "How to start the engine" on page 316 in Section 3.

If the brake pedal is not depressed, the message appears and a warning tone sounds when the engine is started.

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When this message appears in the following cases, a warning tone sounds.

• The key is not detected in the vehicle when the "ENGINE START STOP" switch is pushed. In this case, the above message appears for 8 seconds.

• The key is not detected in the vehicle because someone has taken the key outside of the vehicle without turning the engine off. At this time, a warning tone sounds. The above message turns off if the ignition switch is set at OFF or the key is in the vehicle.

In addition to either of the above conditions, if you get out from the vehicle, carrying the key when the transmission selector lever is in a position other than "P" and the ignition switch is not set to OFF, "SHIFT TO P RANGE" and "KEY IS NOT DETECTED" appear alternately.

This message is to warn the driver that the electronic key battery of the smart entry and start system is low.

Change the key battery as soon as possible to ensure that the smart entry and start system operates properly.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

This message warns the driver that the steering lock function malfunctions. At this time, the amber indicator light on the "ENGINE START STOP" switch flashes.

The engine will not start in this case. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

This message appears when the steering lock is stuck. The message appears for 15 seconds. At this time, the green indicator light on the "ENGINE START STOP" switch flashes.

To free the steering lock, rotate the steering wheel slightly left or right while pressing the "ENGINE START STOP" switch.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

This message is to remind the driver to change the engine oil. The message is a prior notice.

Toyota recommends that the engine oil be changed as soon as possible.

If the driving range after the previous oil change reaches 7200 km (4500 miles), the message appears for about 15 seconds with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

The engine oil maintenance data must be reset after the engine oil change. See following "Resetting the engine oil maintenance data".

This message is to remind the driver to change the engine oil.

Change the engine oil as soon as possible.

If the driving range after the previous oil change reaches 8000 km (5000 miles), the message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds. The message stays on with the ignition switch on.

The engine oil maintenance data must be reset after the engine oil change. See "Resetting the engine oil maintenance data" below for the procedure to reset the system.

Resetting the engine oil maintenance data

The engine oil maintenance data must be reset after replacement of the engine oil. Reset the data by the following procedure:

1. Turn off the engine with the trip meter A reading shown.

For details, see "—Odometer and two trip meters" on page 137 in this Section.

2. The ignition switch must be set at ON while holding down the trip meter reset knob. A message "OIL MILEAGE RESET MODE" will appear on the display.

3. Hold down the knob at least 5 seconds. A message "COMPLETE" will appear, then the message "OIL MILEAGE RESET" goes off.

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This message appears when the washer fluid level becomes very low.

Fill the tank as soon as possible.

The message appears with the master warning light a warning tone sounds.

This message appears when the driver's door is opened with the ignition switch turned off and the moon roof opened.

When you leave your vehicle, be sure to close the moon roof.

The message appears with the master warning light and a warning tone sounds.

Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers

If the indicator or buzzer comes on...

Do this.

(indicator and buzzer)

If parking brake is off, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer.

(b)

(indicator and buzzer)

Fasten driver's seat belt.

(indicator and buzzer)

Fasten front passenger's seat belt.

(d)

a

Stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer.

(e)

Stop and check.

CHECK

Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.

(g)

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Fill up tank.

If the indicator or buzzer comes on...

Do this.

(h)

ABS or (@)

Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.

If brake system warning light is also on, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer.

(i)

(indicator and buzzer)

Close all doors and trunk lid.

(j)

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Take vehicle to Toyota dealer immediately.

(k)

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Take vehicle to Toyota dealer.

(l)

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Adjust tire inflation pressure (including spare tire). If the light blinks, contact Toyota dealer.

(m)

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Read a warning message on multi-information display.

(n)

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Add washer fluid.

If the indicator or buzzer comes on...

Do this.

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MAINT REQD

Replace engine oil.

(p)

Key reminder buzzer

Remove key.

(q)

Parking brake reminder buzzer

Release parking brake.

(r)

Open moon roof reminder buzzer

Close moon roof.

(a) Brake System Warning Light and Buzzer

This light comes on in the following cases when the ignition switch is set at ON.

• When the parking brake is applied...

This light comes on for a few seconds when the ignition switch is set at ON even after the parking brake is released.

If the vehicle speed rises above 5 km/h (3 mph) with the parking brake applied for 1 seconds or more, a buzzer sounds.

Have your vehicle checked at your

Toyota dealer in the following cases:

• The light does not come on even if the parking brake is applied when the ignition switch is set at ON.

• The light does not come on even if the ignition switch is set at ON with the parking brake released.

A warning light turning on briefly during operation does not indicate a problem.

/l\ CAUTION

If either of the following conditions occurs, immediately stop your vehicle at a safe place and contact your Toyota dealer.

• The light does not turn off even after the parking brake is released while the engine is running.

In this case, the brakes may not work properly and your stopping distance will become longer. Depress the brake pedal firmly and bring the vehicle to an immediate stop.

• The brake system warning light remains on together with the "ABS" warning light.

In this case, not only the anti-lock brake system will fail but also the vehicle will become extremely unstable during braking.

(b) Driver's Seat Belt Reminder Light and Buzzer

The light and buzzer act as a reminder to buckle up the driver's seat belt.

Once the ignition switch is set at ON or engine start, the reminder light flashes and buzzer sounds if the driver's seat belt is not fastened. Unless the driver fastens the belt, the light continues flashing and the buzzer sounds for about 6 seconds.

If the vehicle speed rises above 20 km/h (12 mph) with the seat belt unfastened, the buzzer will sound for about 10 seconds. Then, if the seat belt is still unfastened, the buzzer will sound in a different tone for 20 seconds. Even if the vehicle speed drops below 20 km/h (12 mph), the buzzer will continue to sound. To stop the buzzer, fasten the seat belt. If the buzzer still sounds, make sure the front passenger's seat belt is fastened.

The vehicle speed linked seat belt reminder buzzer can be disabled. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.

/l\ CAUTION

It is dangerous to continue driving normally when the brake fluid level is low.

(c) Front Passenger's Seat Belt Reminder Light and Buzzer

The light and buzzer act as a reminder to have the front passenger buckle up the seat belt.

Once the ignition switch is set at ON or engine start, the reminder light flashes if a passenger sits in the front passenger seat and does not fasten the seat belt. Unless the front passenger fastens the belt, the light continue flashing.

If the vehicle speed rises above 20 km/h (12 mph) with the seat belt unfastened, the buzzer will sound for about 10 seconds. Then, if the seat belt is still unfastened, the buzzer will sound in a different tone for 20 seconds. Even if the vehicle speed drops below 20 km/h (12 mph), the buzzer will continue to sound. To stop the buzzer, fasten the seat belt. If the buzzer still sounds, make sure the driver's seat belt is fastened.

If luggage or other load is placed on the front passenger seat, depending on its weight, the reminder light to flash and buzzer to sound.

The vehicle speed linked seat belt reminder buzzer can be disabled. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.

(d) Charging System Warning Light

This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is set at ON, and goes off when the engine is started.

When there are problems in the charging system while the engine is running, the warning light comes on.

NOTICE

When the charging system warning light comes on while the engine is running, malfunctions such as the engine drive belt being broken may have occurred. If the warning light comes on, immediately stop the vehicle in a safe place and contact your Toyota dealer.

(e) Low Engine Oil Pressure Warning Light

This light warns that the engine oil pressure is too low.

If it flickers or stays on while you are driving, pull off the road to a safe place and stop the engine immediately. Call a Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop for assistance.

The light may occasionally flicker when the engine is idling or it may come on briefly after a hard stop. There is no cause for concern if it then goes out when the engine is accelerated slightly.

The light may come on when the oil level is extremely low. It is not designed to indicate low oil level, and the oil level must be checked using the level dipstick.

NOTICE

Do not drive the vehicle with the warning light on—even for one block. It may ruin the engine.

(f) Malfunction Indicator Lamp

This lamp comes on when the ignition switch is set at ON and goes off after the engine starts. This means that the warning light system is operating properly.

If the lamp remains on, or the lamp comes on while driving, first check the followings.

If the fuel tank is empty, refuel immediately.

If the fuel tank cap is loose, securely tighten it.

These cases are temporary malfunctions. The malfunction indicator lamp will go off after taking several driving trips.

If the lamp does not go off even after several trips, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible.

If the fuel tank is not empty or the fuel tank cap is not loose...

• There is a problem somewhere in the engine, emission control system, electronic throttle control system, automatic transmission electrical system or warning light system itself.

Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle.

If engine speed does not increase when the accelerator pedal is depressed, there may be a problem somewhere in the electronic throttle control system.

At this time, vibration may occur. However, if you depress the accelerator pedal more firmly and slowly, you can drive your vehicle at low speeds. Have your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible.

Even if the abnormality of the electronic throttle control system is corrected during low speed driving, the system may not recover until the engine is stopped and the engine is turned off.

Emissions Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) programs

Your vehicle may not pass a state emission inspection if the malfunction indicator lamp remains on. Contact your Toyota dealer to check your vehicle's emission control system and OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) system before taking your vehicle for the inspection.

For details, see "Emissions Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) programs" on page 370 in Section 6.

(g) Low Fuel Level Warning Light

This light comes on when the fuel level in the tank becomes nearly empty. Fill up the tank as soon as possible.

On inclines or curves, due to the movement of fuel in the tank, the low fuel level warning light may come on earlier than usual.

Be especially careful to prevent accidental pedal operation.

(h) "ABS" Warning Light

Vehicles without vehicle stability control system—

The light comes on with the ignition switch is set at ON. If the anti-lock brake system works properly, the light turns off after a few seconds. Thereafter, if the system malfunctions, the light comes on again.

When the "ABS" warning light is on (and the brake system warning light is off), the anti-lock brake system does not operate, but the brake system still operates conventionally.

When the "ABS" warning light is on (and the brake system warning light is off), the anti-lock brake system does not operate, so the wheels could lock up during a sudden braking or braking on slippery road surfaces.

If either of the following conditions occurs, this indicates a malfunction somewhere in the components monitored by the warning light system. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle.

• The light does not come on when the ignition switch is set at ON or remains on.

• The light comes on while you are driving.

A warning light turning on briefly during operation does not indicate a problem.

Vehicles with vehicle stability control system—

The light comes on when the ignition switch is set at ON. If the anti-lock brake system and the brake assist system work properly, the light turns off after a few seconds. Thereafter, if the system malfunctions, the light comes on again.

When the "ABS" warning light is on (and the brake system warning light is off), the anti-lock brake system and the brake assist system do not operate, but the brake system still operates conventionally.

When the "ABS" warning light is on (and the brake system warning light is off), the anti-lock brake system does not operate, so the wheels could lock up during a sudden braking or braking on slippery road surfaces.

/l\ CAUTION

If the "ABS" warning light remains on together with the brake system warning light, immediately stop your vehicle at a safe place and contact your Toyota dealer.

In this case, not only the anti-lock brake system will fail but also the vehicle will become extremely unstable during braking.

If either of the following conditions occurs, this indicates a malfunction somewhere in the components monitored by the warning light system. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle.

• The light does not come on when the ignition switch is set at ON or remains on.

• The light comes on while you are driving.

A warning light turning on briefly during operation does not indicate a problem.

(i) Open Door Warning Light and Buzzer

This light remains on until all the doors and trunk lid are completely closed.

The buzzer also sounds once when any of the doors or trunk lid is not completely closed at the vehicle speed 5 km/h (3 mph) or more. Stop the vehicle and close the door and trunk lid completely.

(j) SRS Warning Light

This indicator comes on when the ignition switch is set at ON. It goes off after about 6 seconds. This means the SRS front airbags and seat belt preten-sioners are operating properly.

This warning light system monitors the airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensors, side and curtain shield airbag sensors, curtain shield airbag sensors, driver's seat position sensor, driver's seat belt buckle switch, front passenger occupant classification system, "AIRBAG ON" indicator light, "AIRBAG OFF" indicator light, front passenger's seat belt buckle switch, seat belt pretensioner assemblies, inflat-ors, interconnecting wiring and power sources.

If any of the following conditions occurs, this indicates a malfunction of the airbags or seat belt pretensioners. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to.

• The light does not come on when the ignition switch is set at ON or remains on for more than 6 seconds.

• The light comes on or starts flashing while driving.

The SRS warning light and "AIRBAG OFF" indicator light will come on if there is a malfunction in the front passenger occupant classification system.

(k) "VSC" Warning Light

The light warns that there is a problem somewhere in the vehicle stability control system or traction control system.

The light will come on when the ignition switch is set at ON and will go off after a few seconds.

If the light comes on while driving, the vehicle stability control system and traction control system do not work. However, as conventional braking operates when applied, there is no problem to continue driving.

/l\ CAUTION

If the "ABS" warning light remains on together with the brake system warning light, immediately stop your vehicle at a safe place and contact your Toyota dealer.

In this case, not only the anti-lock brake system will fail but also the vehicle will become extremely unstable during braking.

In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer:

• The warning light does not come on after the ignition switch is set at ON.

• The warning light remains on after the ignition switch is set at ON.

• The warning light comes on while driving.

(l) Low Tire Pressure Warning Light

This light warns that the tire pressure of one or more of your tires (including the spare tire) is low. The light comes on when the ignition switch is set at ON. It goes off after a few seconds. This indicates that the tire pressure warning system is functioning properly.

If the warning light comes on, stop your vehicle in a safe place as soon as possible and check that the inflation pressure of all tires (including the spare tire) is as specified on the tire and loading information label. (See "Checking tire inflation pressure" on page 385 in Section 7-2.) The light should go off a few minutes after the tire pressure is adjusted.

If the warning light comes on after blinking for 1 minute, the tire pressure warning system may be malfunctioning. Contact your Toyota dealer.

For details, see "Tire pressure warning system" on page 174 in Section 1-7.

(m) Master Warning Light

If the master warning light comes on, a message appears on the multi-information display. Depending on the conditions a warning tone may sound.

(n) Low Windshield Washer Fluid Level Warning Light

The light warns that the windshield washer fluid level is too low. Add washer fluid at your earliest opportunity. (For instructions, see "Adding washer fluid" on page 399 in Section 7-3.)

The light will come on when the ignition switch is set at ON and will go off after a few seconds.

(o) Engine Oil Replacement Reminder Light

This light acts as a reminder to replace the engine oil.

This light will come on when the ignition switch is set at ON and will go off after about a few seconds.

When you drive for about 7200 km (4500 miles) after the engine oil replacement, this light illuminates for about 3 seconds and then flashes for about 15 seconds with the ignition switch is set at ON. If you continue driving without replacing the engine oil, and if the distance driven exceeds 8000 km (5000 miles), the light will come on after the ignition switch is set at ON. The light will remain on thereafter.

If the light is flashing, we recommend that you replace the engine oil at an early opportunity depending on the driving and road conditions. If the light comes on, replace it as soon as possible.

The system must be reset after the engine oil replacement. Reset the system by the following procedure:

1. Turn the engine off with the trip meter A reading shown. (For details, see "Odometer and two trip meters" on page 133 in this Section.)

2. Set the ignition switch at ON while holding down the trip meter reset knob.

Hold down the knob for at least 5 seconds. The odometer indicates "000000" and the light goes off.

If the system fails to reset, the light will continue flashing.

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