Locking and unlocking with smart key system

When you carry the registered key with smart key system into the actuation area, you can lock and unlock the side doors without using the key. For further information of actuation area, see "Smart key system" on page 30 in this Section.

Locking operation

Push the lock button on the front outside door handle slowly and firmly. All the doors lock simultaneously. At this time one beep will be heard and turn signal lights flash once.

In the following cases, you cannot be locked by pushing the lock button and a beep will sound as an indicator.

• When any of the doors is not securely closed. A beep will sound continuously for 10 seconds.

• When the lock switch is pressed while opening or closing the door. A beep will sound continuously for 10 seconds.

• When the engine is not turned off. A beep will sound continuously for 2 seconds.

• When the key is left in the vehicle. A beep will sound continuously for 2 seconds.

• When attempting to lock the doors with the key near a window or a door handle. A beep will sound continuously for 2 seconds.

The beep may not sound if the key is on the instrument panel, on the package tray, in the glove box or on the floor, etc.

The answerback function (the turn signal flash and the beep) can be disabled. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.

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Unlocking operation

Grasp the front outside door handle (sensors are located on the underside of the door handles). Only the driver's door unlocks when the driver's door handle is grasped. All the doors unlock when the front passenger's door handle is grasped. At this time two beeps will be heard and the turn signal lights flash twice.

The doors may not unlock if the handle is grasped too quickly. Be sure to confirm that the doors are unlocked before pulling the door handle. If the doors do not open when the handle is pulled, return the handle to its original position.

Wearing gloves may slow response time. For three seconds after the doors have been locked, the doors cannot be re-unlocked via the smart key system.

The answerback function (the turn signal flash and the beep) can be disabled. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.

When you enter the entry function actuation area, the interior light comes on for about 15 seconds. After the light comes on, all the side doors can be unlocked by grasping the outside door handle.

You have 60 seconds to open a door after using the unlocking function. If a door is not opened by then, all the doors will be automatically locked again.

The automatic locking time can also be set to 30 seconds. For details, contact your Toyota dealer.

The doors may unlock if the key is within the entry function actuation area and a large amount of water splashes on the door handle (for example, in the rain or in a car wash).

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.)

SELECTING DOORS TO BE UNLOCKED WITH ENTRY FUNCTION

The unlocking operation has 2 modes. To change the mode, within 1 m (3 ft.) of the vehicle press the lock switch and the alarm, trunk opener or unlock switch simultaneously for five seconds.

The ignition must be turned off.

When the mode is changed, the buzzer will sound and an indicator is displayed on the multi-information display as follows:

Mode

Door to be unlocked

Wireless remote control buzzer

Indicator and meter buzzer

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1

All doors

2 beeps

1 beep

(from driver's door switch)

All doors (from front passenger's door switch)

3 beeps

1 beep

Repeating the above process allows you to toggle between 1 and 2.

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