Toyota Camry 2010 Open Close Air Vent From Outside

MAINT REQD

0D0 5000 miles

4,500 miles or more 5,000 miles or more

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After the engine oil has been changed, the accumulated vehicle driving distance is memorized in the meter ECU and should be reset through the operation of the "TRIP" meter reset knob. At this point, the accumulated vehicle driving distance is reset to zero.

Service Tip

The accumulated vehicle driving distance is stored in the meter ECU and can be reset using the following procedure.

1) Switch the power source to IG-ON and make sure that the LCD of the tripmeter/TRIP A (SE and LE grade) or LCD of the multi-information display/TRIP A display (XLE grade) is on.

2) Switch the power source to OFF. While pushing the "TRIP" meter reset knob, switch the power source to IG-ON.

3) With the power source in the IG-ON mode, keep holding the "TRIP" meter reset knob (for at least five seconds) with the LCD counting down as shown below. Release the "TRIP" meter reset knob when the resetting is complete.

4) When the resetting is complete, the LCD displays "000000" (SE and LE grades), or the LCD displays "COMPLETE" for 1 second, the master warning light illuminates and the buzzer sounds once (XLE grade). Then, the LCD displays the odometer.

TRIP Meter Reset Knob

After one sec.

LE Grade Models

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TRIP Meter Reset Knob

Master Warning Light

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MAINT REQD RESET MODE

Master Warning Light

TRIPA 150.0 miles

After one sec.

MAINT REQD RESET MODE

MAINT REQD RESET MODE

MAINT REQD RESET MODE

XLE Grade Models

MAINT REQD RESET MODE

TRIP Meter Reset Knob

MAINT REQD RESET MODE

MAINT REQD RESET MODE

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5. Buzzer General

The table below shows the warning and reminder functions of the buzzer.

Function

Item

Warning

Multi-information Display Warning Mode Indication (See page BE-32) Shift Down Warning (See page CH-73)

Reminder

Key Reminder (For models with smart key system, see page BE-119.) Seat Belt Reminder (See page BE-158)

Key Reminder (Models without Smart Key System)

When the driver's door is opened with the ignition key in the ACC or LOCK position, the meter ECU sounds the buzzer to warn the driver that the ignition key has not been removed.

6. Active Circuit

Active circuits are used in the tire pressure warning light circuit in order to illuminate the light when there is an open or short circuit in the wiring harness. Thus, the malfunction detection area has been expanded.

^ Active Circuit Conceptual Drawing •

Combination Meter

T ECU of Each System

Combination Meter

T ECU of Each System

Symbole Eletrique Electrovanne
777

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AIR CONDITIONING • DESCRIPTION

► Automatic air conditioning using left/right independent temperature control and neural network control is standard equipment on XLE grade models.

► Manual air conditioning is standard equipment on SE and LE grade models.

► The air conditioning has the following features:

Features

Outline

Automatic

Manual

A/C

A/C

Neural network control is used so passengers can control the air

conditioning accurately for maximum comfort.

FACE mode for the rear seat is installed to blow warm air and

ensure excellent heating performance.

Performance

A micro dust and pollen filter, which removes pollen, is used as

the clean air filter.

The blower control has seven levels for precise control.

A Plasmacluster™ generator is provided to improve the air

quality and comfort in the cabin.

A MAX A/C setting is provided on the temperature control switch

to improve cooling efficiency.

A BUS connector with a built-in IC is used in a lightweight wire

Lightweight

harness design with a reduced number of wires.

The use of this connector means that pulse pattern type servo motors are used.

Compact

A blower motor with a built-in blower motor controller is used in

a compact construction.

The following parts are used to ensure high cooling performance

while realizing a compact and lightweight construction. ► Semi-center Location A/C Unit

Others

► RS (Revolutionary super-slim Structure) Evaporator

► SFA (Straight Flow Aluminum)-II Heater Core

► Continuously Variable Capacity Type Compressor with magnetic clutch. (Models with 2GR-FE engine)

► Continuously Variable Capacity Type Compressor with DL(Damper Limiter) pulley. (Models with 2AZ-FE engine)

Plasmacluster™ is a trademark of Sharp Corporation

Plasmacluster™ is a trademark of Sharp Corporation

► PERFORMANCE AND SPECIFICATION

1. Performance

Heat Output

W

6000

Heater

Air Flow Volume

m3/h

360

Power Consumption

W

Maximum 210

Cooling Capacity

W

6100

Air Conditioning

Air Flow Volume

m3/h

530

Power Consumption

W

Maximum 260

2. Specification

Ventilation and Heater Core

Heater Core

Type

SFA (Straight Flow Aluminum) -II

Size

W x H x L mm (in.)

201.5 x 150 x 27 (7.9 x 5.9 x 1.1)

Fin Pitch mm (in.)

1.5 (0.06)

Blower

Motor Type

K70 BMM

Fan Type

Semi Sirocco

Fan Size

Dia. x H mm (in.)

165 x 70 (6.5 x 2.8)

Air Conditioning

Condenser

Type

MF (Multi-Flow) -IV

Size

W x H x L mm (in.)

720 x 370.2 x 16 (28.3 x 14.6 x 0.6)

Fin Pitch mm (in.)

3.15 (0.12)

Evaporator

Type

(Revolutionary super-slim Structure)

Size

W x H x L mm (in.)

266.3 x 251 x 38 (10.5 x 9.9 x 1.5)

Fin Pitch mm (in.)

2.6 (0.1)

Compressor

Type

2GR-FE

6SBU16

2AZ-FE

6SEU16

Pulley

2GR-FE

Steel with Magnetic Clutch

2AZ-FE

DL (Damper Limiter) without Magnetic Clutch

Refrigerant

Type

HFC 134a

Charge Volume g

450 to 550

SYSTEM DIAGRAM ^ Automatic Air Conditioning i

2gr Engine
CAN (CAN No.1 Bus)

*: Only for models with 2GR-FE engine

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^ Manual Air Conditioning •

Engine Differential Layout

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*: Only for models with 2GR-FE engine

• LAYOUT OF MAIN COMPONENTS

A/C Pressure Sensor

Magnetic Clutch Relay*1

A/C Pressure Sensor

Magnetic Clutch Relay*1

Toyota 2az Engine Diagram

Engine Room R/B

Outside Temp. Sensor

Condenser

A/C Compressor ►Solenoid Valve ►Lock Sensor*1 ►Magnetic Clutch*1

Steering Pad Switch*2

Engine Room R/B

Outside Temp. Sensor

Condenser

A/C ECU

Steering Pad Switch*2

A/C ECU

Air Mix Servo Avensis

Room Temp. Sensor*2 Heater Control Panel

A/C Unit

Room Temp. Sensor*2 Heater Control Panel

A/C Unit

*1: Only for models with 2GR-FE engine

*2: Only for models with automatic air conditioning

Air Vent Mode Servo Motor

Air Mix Servo Motor* (For Driver) Evap°rator

Air Inlet Servo Motor

Evaporator Temp. Sensor

Air Mix Servo Motor* (For Driver) Evap°rator

Air Inlet Servo Motor

Evaporator Temp. Sensor

Air Mix Damper Control Servomotor

Blower Motor

Heater Core

Air Mix Servo Motor (For Front Passenger)

Blower Motor

Heater Core

Air Mix Servo Motor (For Front Passenger)

A/C Unit

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*: Only for models with automatic air conditioning

MODE POSITION AND DAMPER OPERATION

1. Automatic Air Conditioning

2004 Toyota Camry Air Vent Servo Motor

Control Damper

Operation Position

Damper Position

Operation

Air Inlet

Control

Damper

FRESH

A

Brings in fresh air.

RECIRC

B

Recirculates internal air.

Air Mix Control Damper

MAX COLD to MAX HOT Temp. Setting

C - D - E (C' - D' - E') T - U - V

Varies the mixture ratio of the fresh air and the recirculation air in order to regulate the temperature continuously from HOT to COLD.

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F, J, L, P, S, Y

Defrosts the windshield through the center defroster, side defroster, and side register.

Mode

Control

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G, J, L, P, Q, X

Defrosts the windshield through the center defroster, side defroster, side register, and rear center register, while air is also blown out from the front and rear footwell register ducts.

tf FOOT

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H, J, L, P, Q, X

Air blows out of the footwell register dust, and side register. In addition, air blows out slightly from the center defroster and side defroster.

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I, K, N, O, R, X

Air blows out of the front and rear center registers, side register and front and rear footwell register ducts.

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I,K, M, O, S, W

Air blows out of the front and rear center registers, and side register.

2. Manual Air Conditioning

Center Defroster

Cabine Armadio Progetti

Control Damper

Operation Position

Damper Position

Operation

Air Inlet

Control

Damper

FRESH

A

Brings in fresh air.

RECIRC

B

Recirculates internal air.

Air Mix Control Damper

MAX COLD to MAX HOT Temp. Setting

C - D - E

Varies the mixture ratio of the fresh air and the recirculation air in order to regulate the temperature continuously from HOT to COLD.

Mode

Control

Damper

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F, J, L, P, S

Defrosts the windshield through the center defroster, side defroster, and side register.

FOOT/DEF

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G, J, L, P, Q

Defrosts the windshield through the center defroster, side defroster, and side register, while air is also blown out from the front and rear footwell register ducts.

v* FOOT

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H, J, L, P, Q

Air blows out of the footwell register dust, and side register. In addition, air blows out slightly from the center defroster and side defroster.

BI-LEVEL

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I, K, N, O, R

Air blows out of the front center register, side register and front and rear footwell register ducts.

1/ FACE

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I, K, M, O, S

Air blows out of the front center register and side register.

►AIR OUTLETS AND AIRFLOW VOLUME

INDICATION

MODE

SELECTION

FACE

FOOT

DEF

CTR

SIDE

RR

FR

RR

CTR

SIDE

AUTO

MANUAL

A

B

C*6

D

E

F

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FACE

O

O

o

o

o

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B/L-U*1

O

O

o

o

o

o

O

B/L-L*2

O

o

o

o

O

O

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FOOT-F*3

O

O

o

o

O

o

o

o

FOOT-R*4

O

o

o

O

O

o

o

FOOT-D*5

O

o

o

o

o

O

O

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F/D

O

o

o

o

O

O

O

O

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DEF

O

o

o

O

O

The size of the circle # indicates the proportion of airflow volume.

The size of the circle # indicates the proportion of airflow volume.

*1: Greater airflow volume at the upper area. *2: Greater airflow volume at the lower area.

*3: Greater airflow volume at the front. *4: Greater airflow volume at the rear.

*5: Greater airflow volume at the defroster. *6: Only for models with automatic air conditioning.

• CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION 1. Heater Control Panel and Steering Pad Switch

► 2 types of heater control panel are used on the '07 Camry, differing between models with automatic air conditioning and those with manual air conditioning.

► On models with automatic air conditioning, some A/C operations (AUTO operation, A/C OFF and driver side temperature setting) can be performed using the steering pad switches (AUTO, OFF and TEMP) on the steering wheel.

► On models with automatic air conditioning, the air conditioning status is displayed on an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) panel.

► On models with automatic air conditioning, as part of the right/left independent temperature control, the temperature control switches for the driver and the front passenger have been located closer to the respective seats for enhanced ease of use.

► On models with manual air conditioning, the MAX A/C setting is provided on the temperature control switch to improve cooling efficiency. For details, refer to MAX A/C control described in the table on BE-59.

Temperature Control Switch (for Driver)

LCD Panel

Temperature Control Switch (for Front Passenger)

Models with Automatic Air Conditioning

LCD Panel

Temperature Control Switch (for Front Passenger)

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Models with Automatic Air Conditioning

Temperature Control Switch

Temperature Control Switch

Models with Manual Air Conditioning

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Steering Pad Switch

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Steering Pad Switch

2. Air Conditioning Unit

General

A semi-center location air conditioning unit, in which the evaporator and heater core are placed in the vehicle's longitudinal direction, is used. As a result, the air conditioning unit has been made compact and lightweight.

Front

Evaporator

Heater Core

Side View

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