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OVERVIEW Engine compartment Fuel tank door opener and cap Hood release lever Indicator symbols Instrument cluster Instrument panel Trunk release lever FEATURES/OPERATIONS Air conditioning/Heating Audio Auto lock functions-programmable1 Automatic transmission Clock Cruise control Cup holders Door locks-Power Engine immobilizer Light-Interior and instrument panel Keyless entry Lights & turn signals Manual transmission Moonroof Parking brake Power outlets Seat adjustments-Front Seat adjustments-Rear Seats-Head restraints Tilt steering wheel Windows-Power Windshield wiper & washer SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Airbag-Supplemental Restraint System Doors-Child safety locks Seat belts Seat belt warning system Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor Spare tire & tools Tire Pressure Warning System Trunk-Internal release handle VSC (Vehicle Stablity Control) 1 7 6 6 4-5 4-5 2-3 6 16 14-15 8 9 15 17 17 12 13 8 8 12 9 11 11 17 10 10 10 11 13 13 19-20 18 18 18 18 21 19 21 19 OVERVIEW FEATURES/OPERATIONS SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Programmable by consumer 1 .TABLE OF CONTENTS Item Page no.
OVERVIEW Instrument panel OVERVIEW FEATURES/OPERATIONS Headlight. SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES 2 3 . turn signal and front fog light* controls Wiper and washer controls Emergency flasher switch Audio Clock Front passenger occupant classification indicator light/Front passenger’s seat belt reminder light Rear window defogger switch Auxiliary boxes “TRAC OFF” (Traction Control “OFF”) switch* 12V Power outlet/Cigarette lighter* Air conditioning*/Heater controls Ignition switch Cruise control lever* Tilt steering lock release lever Interior/Instrument panel light dial Power rear view mirror control switch Tire Pressure Warning set switch*1 Toyota security system*/Engine immobilizer indicator light *If installed 1 Refer to page 19 and the Owner’s Manual for more details.
” Section 1-7. 2005 Owner’s Manual. 2005 Owner’s Manual. refer to “Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers. refer to “Cruise control. just hold the brake pedal down more firmly. you may feel the brake pedal pulsating and hear a noise. as this will result in reduced braking performance. 4 5 . two trip meters and outside temperature display Open door warning light1 Airbag SRS warning light1 Low Tire Pressure Warning light Vehicle Stability Control/Traction Control warning light1 Engine oil replacement reminder light1 Front passenger occupant classification indicator Headlight low beam indicator light Headlight high beam indicator light FEATURES/OPERATIONS Indicator symbols Brake system warning light1 Driver seat belt reminder light1 Front passenger seat belt reminder light1 Battery warning light1 Malfunction indicator light1 Low fuel level warning light1 Low engine oil pressure warning light1 Anti-lock Brake System warning light1 SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Turn signal indicator lights Overdrive-off indicator light When the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) function is in action. 1 Slip indicator light/Traction Control off indicator light Cruise control indicator light2 2If For details. Do not pump the brake. to let the Anti-lock Brake System work for you.OVERVIEW Instrument cluster CE/LE models XRS model OVERVIEW S model Service reminder indicators and indicator lights Tachometer Speedometer Engine coolant temperature gauge Fuel gauge Trip meter reset knob Odometer. this light flashes. In this situation.” Section 1-6.
If not tightened enough. Hood release lever SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES To release the hood Pull the lever inside vehicle. The removed cap can be stored on the fuel tank door. 6 .” 7 To open the trunk from driver side seat Pull up on the trunk release lever. including oil changes. To replace the fuel tank cap Turn clockwise until a click is heard. Pull up on the catch lever inside the compartment and lift the hood. will help extend the life of your vehicle and maintain performance. Please refer to the “Owner’s Warranty Information Booklet. To open the hood Insert finger through the opening between the hood and grill. To remove the fuel tank cap Turn the cap counterclockwise 90 degrees. Check Engine “ ” indicator may illuminate.” “Scheduled Maintenance Guide” or “Owner’s Manual Supplement.OVERVIEW Fuel tank door opener and cap Engine compartment CE. Pause slightly before removing it. then turn it an additional 30 degrees. XRS model (2ZZ-GE) engine FEATURES/OPERATIONS Trunk release lever Power steering fluid reservoir Engine oil level dipstick Engine coolant reservoir Engine oil filler cap Brake fluid reservoir Fuse block Battery Radiator Electric cooling fan A/C Condenser* Windshield washer fluid tank *If installed Note: Regularly scheduled maintenance. LE and S models (1ZZ-FE) engine OVERVIEW To open the fuel tank door from driver side seat Pull up on the opener.
If the indicator light on the instrument cluster is illuminated. Keyless entry (if installed) Locking Unlocking Alarm operation FEATURES/OPERATIONS To lock Push “LOCK. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more information on this feature.FEATURES/OPERATIONS Auto lock functions-Programmable Automatic Transmission only Programmable to operate in 4 different modes. adjust instrument panel light intensity by rotating up or down. This is both the default and factory setting. the engine will not start unless the clutch pedal is FULLY depressed.” Light-Interior and instrument panel SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Door “OFF” Position Interior light off “ON” Position Interior light on Door positions Interior light on with door open. increasing fuel economy. To unlock all the doors Push “UNLOCK” twice. shift while holding the lock release button in (the ignition switch must be in the “ON” position). During normal driving conditions. 9 .” To unlock driver’s door Push “UNLOCK” once. all doors will relock for safety. overdrive is “OFF. 8 Manual transmission (if installed) Corolla is available with optional 5-speed or 6-speed manual transmission. Deactivate Auto lock function cancelled. Auto shift-locking and ignition-unlocking Doors lock when shifting from Park. Automatic transmission (if installed) Lock release button Selector lever OVERVIEW “O/D OFF” indicator light Overdrive switch Lock release button With the brake pedal depressed. P Park Engine starting and key removal R Reverse N Neutral D Drive (See “Overdrive switch” below) 2 Second gear Increased engine braking First gear Maximum engine braking L Overdrive switch To turn “ON” or “OFF” Depress the overdrive switch to choose either three-speed (“OFF”) or fourspeed (“ON”) operation. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details. and how to change modes. and unlock when shifting into park. if a door is not opened within thirty (30) seconds. and unlock when the engine is turned off and ignition key turned to the “ACC” or “LOCK” position. Auto shift-locking and shift-unlocking Doors lock when shifting from park. always drive with overdrive “ON. To activate alarm with remote Push “PANIC. No unlock function.” this allows the transmission to shift automatically into four-speed operation at higher speeds. Shift while holding the lock release button in. Shift normally. NOTE: After unlocking. Auto shift-locking only Doors lock when shifting from Park. For safety.” Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.
” To lower Push and hold the switch on the opposite side of “UP.” Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details. and lower the seatback. To raise Pull up the seatback. set the desired angle and return the lever to its locked position. Note: Do not attempt to adjust while the vehicle is in motion. Crank up to raise. Push and hold again to completely close. Refer to the Owner‘s Manual for more information.” moonroof will close halfway. (2) press the lock release button and (3) lower. Seat adjustments-Rear (if installed) Parking brake FEATURES/OPERATIONS Indicator light Lock release knob To lower Pull the lock release knob located in the trunk. To release (1) Pull the lever up slightly.FEATURES/OPERATIONS Seat adjustments-Front Tilt steering wheel OVERVIEW Lock release lever Position lever Height crank Driver side only. 10 To open Push and hold “ . Moonroof (if installed) Sliding operation Tilting operation Seats-Head restraints Front Rear SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Lock release button To raise Pull the head restraint up. To set Pull the lever. or down to lower. Seatback angle lever To change the steering wheel angle Hold the steering wheel. 11 > > . To tilt up Push and hold “UP. push the lock release lever down.” To close Push and hold “ . To lower Push the lock release button in and push down.
Interval adjuster* Twist the band to adjust the intermittent speed. Turn signals Window lock switch SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Push the switch to deactivate the passenger windows. To stop window mid-way. Automatic down operation (Driver side only) Push the switch completely down and release to fully open. tail. Low beams High beam flasher Pull the lever toward you. * if installed Windows-Power (if installed) Driver side Window lock switch FEATURES/OPERATIONS Window operation To open or close Push down or pull up on the switch. Right or left turn Push the lever up or down. *if installed Intermittent speed Push the lever down to position 1. Note: Daytime running light system* Automatically turns on the headlights at reduced intensity. license plate. 12 13 . Wash and wipe Pull the lever toward you. To unlock Push down on the back of the switch. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details. High beams Push the lever forward. Headlights and all of the above Twist the lever knob to position 2. Fast speed Push the lever down to position 4. Engine immobilizer This is a theft deterrent system. The engine will start only when the electronic code in the key’s transponder chip corresponds to the registered ID code for the vehicle. Lights & turn signals Headlights Indicator light Parking. lightly pull up on the switch. Slow speed Push the lever down to position 3. side marker and instrument panel lights Twist the lever knob to position 1. Lane change Move the lever up or down to position 7 and hold.FEATURES/OPERATIONS Door locks-Power (if installed) Windshield wiper & washer OVERVIEW To lock Push down on the front of the switch. Single wipe Push the lever up to position 5. Please note that key replacement can be expensive.
14 15 . BASIC OPERATION To turn on the audio system Push “PWR.” To preset a station Tune in the desired station and press a preset button (1-6) until you hear a beep. Fade.” To view CD text Push “TEXT” to display disc information. Clock To reset the hour Push the “H” button.” To adjust the volume Turn “PWR.7 inch discs ONLY. Push again to hold selection. To load multiple discs Push and hold “LOAD” until you hear a beep.. To select a preset station Push desired preset button (1-6). SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details. To reset the minutes Push the “M” button. To select the band Push “AM” or “FM.. Insert one disc.VOL..” Push again to hold selection. Type 2 only is equipped with . OVERVIEW *Functions for buttons 1-6 are indicated above each button on LCD.VOL.. Type 2 CD PLAYER The CD Player is intended for use with 4.” To scan tracks on a disc Push and hold “SCAN.” “FM” or “DISC. Refer to your Owner’s Manual for more details. Treble. Turn the knob right or left to adjust each mode. To play Insert a compact disc.FEATURES/OPERATIONS Audio Type 1 RADIO To select a station Push either side of “SEEK/TRACK. Type 2 only is equipped with .VOL. To select a track Push either side of “SEEK/TRACK.” To adjust tone and balance Push the “TUNE. Shutter will close and then re-open for next disc. The mode changes with each push in succession from Bass.” “AM. FEATURES/OPERATIONS *Functions for buttons 1-6 are indicated above each button on LCD.AUDIO CONT” knob. To eject a compact disc Push “ .” To turn off the system Push “PWR.” To scan for stations Push “SCAN. Balance.” Push and hold to scan preset stations. CD Changer To load one disc Push “LOAD” and insert 1 disc. RDS (Radio Data System) Text Display Push “TEXT” to receive information transmitted from Radio Stations.
16 Designed for car accessories. XRS model only: once vehicle speed drops below 25 mph. Air intake selector Fresh air (indicator light “ON”) or recirculated air (indicator light “OFF”). Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details. or left to decrease the desired temperature inside the vehicle. push up toward “+RES.” and use “ ” for maximum cooling. To set a speed Bring the vehicle to the desired speed. or left to decrease fan speed. set speed will not resume. Fan speed selector Turn right to increase.Depress the brake pedal. Temperature selector Turn right to increase.” The set speed may also be cancelled by either of the following : . push down toward “-SET.Depress the clutch pedal (Manual Transmission) To resume set speed after cancel Push the lever up toward “+RES” after reaching a speed of 25 mph. Key must be in the “ACC” or “ON” position to be used. Air flow selector (See “To select air flow vents” below) *If installed To turn the system “ON” or “OFF” Push the button. Turn to “MAX A/C.” To cancel the set speed Pull the lever to “CANCEL.FEATURES/OPERATIONS Air conditioning (if installed)/Heating Cruise control (if installed) Turning system on/off Setting a speed OVERVIEW Indicator light “A/C” switch* Push to turn air conditioning on/off. Push the lever down toward “-SET. only work in fresh air mode “ ” indicator “OFF” to clear windshield quickly. Indicator light is on when recirculating. FEATURES/OPERATIONS To select air flow vents Turn the air flow selector to select one of the following: Cup holders Front Rear SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Instrument panel Floor and panel Floor1 Floor and windshield2 Windshield2 1Use 2Will Power outlets Shifter area (12V) Center console box (12V) fresh air “ ” indicator “OFF” to reduce window fogging.” To lower set speed. NOTE: To raise set speed.” Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details. 17 . .
FEATURES/OPERATIONS If belt is fully extended. Front passenger occupant classification system Monitors the load on the front passenger seat. road conditions and driver steering input can all affect whether VSC will be effective in preventing loss of control. Airbag-Supplemental Restraint System The Airbag Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) front. an alarm will sound to remind you to fasten your seat belt. 1 OVERVIEW To lock the inside handle Move the lever to “LOCK. Brake-Assist2. To find more information about seat belts. Factors including speed. side* and side curtain* airbags are designed to provide further protection for the driver and outboard passenger in addition to the primary safety protection provided by the seat belts. it cannot be re-extended beyond that point. This feature is used to help hold child restraint systems securely.SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Doors-Child safety locks VSC1 (Vehicle Stability Control) (if installed)* Helps provide comprehensive control of the Anti-lock Brakes.” allowing the door to be opened only from the outside. It is not a substitute for safe driving practices. Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) is an electronic system designed to help the driver maintain vehicle control under adverse conditions. It is not a substitute for safe driving practices. Seat belts Take up slack Too high Keep as low on hips as possible Tire Pressure Warning System (if installed)* Designed to provide warning when tire pressure of any one of the tires is critically reduced while the vehicle is moving. and detects if the seat belt is fastened to determine passenger occupancy and size of passenger. See page 3 of this guide for switch location. For safety. It must be re-initialized by pushing and holding the “ ” button if indicator light blinks once every 3 seconds. -Do not put weight on the front passenger seat by putting your hands or feet on the front passenger seatback from the rear passenger seat. refer to the Owner’s Manual. and/or after replacing or rotating tires or wheels. Braking effectiveness also depends on proper brake-system maintenance and tire and road conditions. unless fully retracted again. This system helps maintain control of the vehicle under adverse conditions. engine control and other systems. 2 Brake-Assist is designed to help the driver take full advantage of the benefits of ABS (Anti-lock Brake System). please wear a seat belt at all times. then retracted even slightly. and how to install a child restraint system. To lower Squeeze the lock release button and slide the anchor downward. and refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details. For the system to correctly determine conditions -Do not place heavy objects on the front passenger seat. and the vehicle reaches a speed of over 5 mph. if any. SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES Seat belt warning system If you don’t fasten your seat belt. Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor Lock release button To raise Slide the anchor upward. *If installed. 19 18 . Traction Control. -Do not attach a seatback table to the front passenger seatback. Please read the following caution boxes.
•Make sure the front passenger occupant classification indicator light indicates “ON” when using the seat belt extender for the front passenger seat. •Unless it is unavoidable.” the front passenger airbag and side airbag on the front passenger side may not activate correctly. 20 . In all other collisions. and with the seat belt worn correctly. a child is safer when properly restrained in the rear seat than on the front seat. Reconnect the seat belt extender after making sure the indicator light indicates “ON. or if that is not possible. ask the passenger to sit up straight.” disconnect the extender tongue from the seat belt buckle. •The SRS side and side curtain airbags (optional) are designed to deploy in certain types of severe side impact collisions. Such changes could disable the system or prevent the airbags from activating correctly. which could cause death or serious injury in the event of collision.” If you use the seat belt extender while the indicator light indicates “OFF. •Do not modify. move the front passenger seat fully rearward. The force of the rapid inflation of the passenger airbag can cause severe injury or death to a child. when sudden braking or a collision occurs. move the seat as far back as possible. The side and side curtain airbags inflate with considerable speed and force. If the indicator light indicates “OFF. resulting in death or serious injury.” If the “OFF” indicator is illuminated. they may be thrown forward. •Toyota strongly urges the use of a proper child restraint system on the rear seat that conforms to the size of the child. The front seat occupants are particularly susceptible to injury if they do not wear their seat belts. the occupant classification indicator light should indicate “ON. see your Owner’s Manual. For instructions and precautions. •If an adult sits in the front passenger seat. For instructions and precautions concerning the seat belt system. If the “OFF” indicator still remains illuminated. feet on the floor. According to accident statistics. •Do not lean against the front doors when the vehicle is in use. see “Seat belts” in the Owner’s Manual. cover or replace the surface of the front seats. If you must install a forward-facing child restraint system in that the front seat. then reconnect the seat belt. do not install a forward-facing child restraint system on the front seat even if the front passenger occupant classification indicator light is “OFF”.•The driver and front passenger airbag Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) is designed only as a supplement to the primary protection of the seat belt systems of the driver and front passenger. To obtain maximum protection in an accident. the side impact and side curtain airbags will not deploy. Death or serious injury could result. •Never use a rear-facing child restraint system in the front seat even if the front passenger occupant classification indicator light is “OFF”. well back in the seat. the driver and all passengers in the vehicle should always wear their seat belts when driving because serious injuries or death can result to unrestrained occupants. either ask the passenger to move to the rear seat. •Make sure you have complied with all installation instructions provided by the child restraint manufacturer and the system is properly secured.