Locking and unlocking door with key

Vehicles with key cylinder-type ignition switch

Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Vehicles with smart key system

Insert the key into the keyhole and turn it.

To lock: Turn the key forward. To unlock: Turn the key backward.

With wireless remote control—All the doors lock and unlock simultaneously with the driver's door. Turning the key once will unlock the driver's door and twice in succession will unlock all the doors simultaneously.

Without wireless remote control—All the doors lock and unlock simultaneously with either front door. In the driver's door lock, turning the key once will unlock the driver's door and twice in succession will unlock all the doors simultaneously.

This double key turning operation to unlock all the doors can be changed to a single key turning operation. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.

Vehicles with smart key system—For three seconds after the doors have been locked, the doors cannot be re-unlocked via the smart key system.

When you unlock the doors, the illuminated entry system will be activated. (For further information, see "Illuminated entry system" on page 128 in Section 1-5.)

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