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Title:

Customization
Installation Instructions
February 16, 2007

Premium Audio
Models:

2007- TUNDRA

CIIT0394

CAR NAVIGATION SYSTEM

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page No.
1.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

2.

PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION

4~6

INSTALLATION PREPARATION

7~9

3.

CHART: FM1, FM2 AND AM PRE-SET STATIONS

4.

RECOMMENDED TOOLS

10

5.

INSTALLATION OUTLINE

11

6.

CAR-NAVI PARTS DESCRIPTION

12

7.

DISASSEMBLY

13 ~ 17

8.

INSTALLATION

18 ~ 24

9.

GPS ANTENNA INSTALLATION

25 ~ 27

10.

OPERATION CHECK

DISPLAY CHECK MODE


NAVIGATION CHECK MODE
BLUETOOTH CHECK MODE
VOICE RECOGNITION
AUX PORT

11.

RE-INSTALLATION

12.

RE-INITIALIZING

28 ~ 36

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38 ~ 39

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1. DEFINITION OF TERMS
WARNING:

Describes precautions that should be


observed, in order to prevent injury or
death to the user during installation.

CAUTION:

Describes precautions that should be


observed, in order to prevent damage
to the vehicle or its components,
which may occur during installation if
insufficient care is taken.

NOTE:

Provides additional information that


facilitates installation work.

FRONT, REAR, LEFT, RIGHT:

Provides additional information


that facilitates installation work.

TOOLS:

Specifies the tools and equipment


recommended for this process.

ESD:

Contains parts and assemblies


susceptible to damage by
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD).

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2. PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION


1.

Contents given in the WARNING and CAUTION in this manual must be


carefully followed during the installation. If they are ignored, functions
of the CAR-NAVI system are hindered, as well as personal injury or
damage to the vehicle may result. Always carry out the installation in
accordance with the WARNING and CAUTION as noted.

2.

When the vehicle parts are removed, keep the tapping screws, bolts and
nuts organized so that the re-assembly will proceed correctly.

3.

Do NOT remove vehicle parts except for those that are specified in this
manual.

4.

Not all digital photographs depicted in this Installation Manual, will


reflect the current model and model year vehicle.

WARNING
LOCK &
REMOVE!

Failure to carry out these


procedures, will result in a possible
deployment of airbag(s), personal
injuries, or unnecessary repairs to
the Supplemental Restraint System
(SRS).
Turn the key switch to the LOCK
position. Next, remove the key from
the ignition switch.

NEGATIVE
TERMINAL

CAUTION

FRONT

Do NOT work on the vehicle


while the batterys NEGATIVE
terminal is connected. Working
on the vehicle with the battery
connected, may result in a short
circuit during the CAR-NAVI KIT
installation.
Tools: 10mm Wrench

BATTERY

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2. PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION


WARNING
Never use a voltmeter to
troubleshoot any of the harnesses
or connectors to the SRS.
Accidentally probing the
connectors to the SRS can lead to
deployment of the airbag.
SRS wire harness loom or cover is in
bright yellow colour.

NOTE
Take care NOT to scratch any part of
the vehicle. Bind the tips of tools (i.e.:
clip remover, slot screwdriver, etc.)
with a piece of vinyl tape to prevent
damage to parts of the vehicle.

VINYL
TAPE

NOTE
GOOD!

Cut away the excess part of all cable


ties, after fastening it.

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2. PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION


NOTE

CONNECTOR

Carefully handle all connectors. Firmly


attach the connectors during
installation. The connector should click
shut.
Detach locking connectors by first
releasing the lock and pulling only on
the connector itself.

RUNRUN-WIRE
SECTION
BASE

NOTE
RUNRUNWIRE

Ensure that the run-wire is properly in


place of the RUN-WIRE SECTION, as
shown on the photo on the left. Always
fold the BASE over to meet the RUNWIRE SECTION, shown with the
yellow arrow. Use ordinary pliers to
squeeze the base and run-wire
section, until the latch locks.

NOTE
Use protective covers to avoid damage
and scratches to the vehicle
components.
Seat cover
Fender cover (photo)
Floor cover
FENDER
COVER

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3. INSTALLATION PREPARATION

Prior to installing the CAR-NAVI System kit, check the following for damage or
malfunction:

Internal and external trim and body work.

Following vehicle functions:

Radio (FM1, FM2, AM)

Automatic Climate Control System (i.e.: AUTO, A/C, TEMP, FAN


SPEED CONTROL, ALL VENT MODES, REAR DEFROST,
SECURITY, HAZARD LIGHTS, etc.).

CAR-NAVI system parts preparation:

When unpacking the CAR-NAVI system kit, lay out all components in the
order of installation and check for missing or damaged parts.

NOTE
Before proceeding with the CARNAVI kit installation, please remove
any audio CD(s) from the factory
radio assembly. Also, please
ensure that the pre-set radio
stations (FM1, FM2 and AM) are
written down to pre-set the AVN-S
display unit. Please use chart
below.

CHART: FM1, FM2 AND AM PRE-SET STATIONS


1

FM1
FM2
AM
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3. INSTALLATION PREPARATION
NOTE

AUX &
STEERING
SW W/H

Please order the AUX & Steering SW


Wire Harness, from the Toyota Parts
Department. This part is NOT included
in the Car Navigation Kit.

NOTE
MIC
CONNECTOR

Please order the MIC Connector from


the Toyota Parts Department. This
part is NOT included in the Car
Navigation Kit.

NOTE
Please order the most recent version
of Map DVD, from the Toyota Parts
Department. This part is NOT included
in the Car Navigation Kit.

MAP DVD

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3. INSTALLATION PREPARATION
NOTE
NAVIGATION BRACKETS
#1 AND #2

Please order the appropriate


Navigation Brackets #1 and #2, from
the Toyota Parts Department. This
part is NOT included in the Car
Navigation kit.

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4. RECOMMENDED TOOLS
Safety Tools:

Comments:

Safety Goggles
Floor Protectors
Fender Covers
Seat Covers
Installation Tools:

Comments:

Ratchet Drive
8mm socket ()
10mm socket () > Standard&Deep
Torque Wrench Drive

4.0 Nm, 41kgfcm, 36lbfin

Ratchet 3/8 Drive


10mm socket (3/8)
6 Extension (3/8)
Long and Short Tip Screwdriver
(Philips Type)
Pliers
Nylon Removal Tool
Vinyl Tape
Side Cutters
Drill (Electric/Pneumatic)
Manuals:

Comments:

2007 Toyota Tundra Repair Manual


2007 Toyota Tundra: Electrical Wiring Diagram

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5. INSTALLATION OUTLINE
MICROPHONE (ROOF
CONSOLE BOX)

INTERIOR VIEW

GPS
ANTENNA

AVNAVN-S
DISPLAY UNIT

TALK
SWITCH

AUX PORT

ON/OFF HOOK
SWITCH

STEREO
COMPONENT
AMPLIFIER

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6. CAR-NAVI PARTS DESCRIPTION


1

LENGTH

SHORT

ELECTROELECTROTAP
TAP

5
8

6
7
10
11

No.

Part Name

12

TOYOTA Part No.

Qty

AVN-S Display Unit

86120-06390

GPS Antenna

08663-00340

GPS Antenna Bracket

5 Pin Wire Harness

Cable Tie (11)

Cable Tie (7.5)

Cable Tie (4)

10

Push Pin (STT)

Foam

10

10

Double Coated Tape

11

Trim Screws (#10-16 5/8)

12

Owners Manual (English and


French)

NOTE: NOT ALL COMPONENTS WILL BE USED FOR THE INSTALLATION METHOD.

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7. DISASSEMBLY
NEGATIVE
TERMINAL

CAUTION

FRONT

Do NOT work on the vehicle


while the batterys NEGATIVE
terminal is connected. Working
on the vehicle with the battery
connected, may result in a short
circuit during the CAR-NAVI KIT
installation.
Tools: 10mm Wrench

BATTERY

Temporary removal of part(s):


Front Scuff Plate (RH)

FRONT SCUFF
PLATE (RH)

Temporary removal of part(s):


Remove the NUT CLIP.
Kick Panel (RH)
NUT
CLIP

KICK PANEL
(RH)

T
ON
FR

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7. DISASSEMBLY
Temporary removal of part(s):
Instrument Side Panel (RH)
LOWER
INSTRUMENT
SUBSUB-ASSEMBLY

LOWER
INSTRUMENT SUBSUBASSEMBLY

Tools: Nylon Removal Tool


PANEL
ASSEMBLY
(RH)

Temporary removal of part(s):


Screw (1)
: SCREW 1
Tools: Long Tip Screwdriver (Philips
Type)

LOWER
INSTRUMENT SUBSUBASSEMBLY

Temporary removal of part(s):


Bolt (1)
: BOLT 1
Tools: Ratchet Drive, 10mm socket
()

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7. DISASSEMBLY
Place the glove box to the open
position, as indicated on the photo.
Temporary removal of part(s):
Screws (2)
Lower Instrument Sub-Assembly
: SCREW 2
LOWER
INSTRUMENT SUBSUBASSEMBLY

Tools: Short Tip Screwdriver (Philips


Type

Temporary removal of part(s):


CUP HOLDER

Cup Holder
Upper Console Panel

UPPER
CONSOLE
PANEL

Temporary removal of part(s):


SHIFT KNOB
CENTER LOWER
INSTRUMENT
PANEL

Center Lower Instrument Panel


Connectors

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7. DISASSEMBLY
Use the nylon removal tool, to
temporary loosen the following part(s):
Instrument Cluster Finish Panel
Tools: Nylon Removal Tool

INSTRUMENT
CLUSTER FINISH
PANEL

Temporary removal of part(s):


AUTO A/C
SYSTEM

Auto A/C System


Connectors

Remove 4 bolts and then carefully


remove the Radio Receiver. Next,
disconnect the connector and the two
antenna connectors.
: BOLT 4
Tools: Ratchet Drive, 6 Extension
(), 10mm socket ()

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7. DISASSEMBLY
RADIO
RECEIVER

Remove 3 bolts (re-use). Next, remove


radio bracket #1. Discard this bracket.
: BOLT 3
Tools: Ratchet Drive, 8mm socket
(), Short Tip Screwdriver (Philips
Type)

RADIO
BRACKET #1

RADIO
RADIO
RECEIVER
BRACKET #2

Remove 3 bolts (re-use). Next, remove


radio bracket #1. Discard this bracket.
: BOLT 3

RADIO
RECEIVER
W/ HEATER
CONTROL
RADIO
BRACKET
#2

Tools: Ratchet Drive, 8mm socket


(), Short Tip Screwdriver (Philips
Type)

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8. INSTALLATION
NAVI BRACKET
#1

Install the NAVI Bracket #1, onto the


AVN-S Display Unit and then tighten
with the 3 bolts. Fourth bolt is not
required.
: BOLT 3
Tools: Ratchet Drive, 8mm socket
(), Short Tip Screwdriver (Philips
Type)

NAVI BRACKET
#2

Install the NAVI Bracket #2, onto the


AVN-S Display Unit and then tighten
with the 3 bolts. Fourth bolt is not
required. Afterwards, place the unit
aside.
: BOLT 3
Tools: Ratchet Drive, 8mm socket
(), Short Tip Screwdriver (Philips
Type)

RADIO RECEIVER AREA

Once the original radio receiver and


heater control has been removed,
locate connector K4. Please review
below for the connector diagram.
K4

(Front View)

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8. INSTALLATION
VEHICLE
WIRE
HARNESS

5 PIN
WIRE
HARNESS

K4

Once connector K4 is located, route


the 5 pin wire harness (dotted red line)
beside and along the vehicle wire
harness, as shown on the photo. Use
ONE 4 cable ties, to fasten the 5 pin
wire harness to the vehicle wire
harness. Only route the BROWN wire
(w/ gray dot, REVERSE) towards the
glove compartment area.
:4 CABLE TIE 1
Tools: Side Cutter

Route the brown wire (w/ gray dot)


from the 5 pin wire harness towards
the connector joining wire harnesses
(behind the RH kick panel). Use ONE
11 and 4 cable ties, to fasten the
brown wire (w/ gray dot) to the
reinforcement bar and to the vehicle
wire harness.

INSTRUMENT
PANEL
REINFORCEMENT

VEHICLE
WIRE
HARNESS

: 4 CABLE TIE 1

GLOVE COMPARTMENT AREA

RADIO RECEIVER AREA

K9

: 11 CABLE TIE 1
Tools: Side Cutter

Connect the SPEED Signal:


Locate connector K9 and find pin 4. Please see the photo
on the left for the location and below for the connector
view. Once pin 4 is located, you will notice that the wire is
coloured White (SPEED SIGNAL from the Combination
Meter). For further information, please consult with the
TOYOTA Tundra Electrical Wiring Diagram.

K9

Pin 4

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8. INSTALLATION
NOTE
ELECTROELECTROTAP

Lay the SPEED signal wire (white) along the runwire section (not shown on photo). Fold the runwire section to the base, and squeeze the outside
of base and run-wire section with an ordinary pliers
until the latch locks. Use ONE Foam provided in the
CAR-NAVI kit, to wrap the electro-tap.
Please ensure that the SPEED wire has been
properly latched. Use the digital tester, to
ensure that the connection is good.

Tools: Pliers, Digital Tester


K9

RADIO RECEIVER AREA


VEHICLE
WIRE
HARNESS

The excess SPEED wire should be


tied up using ONE 7.5 cable tie, to the
vehicle wire harness. Please review
the photo to the left.
: 7.5 CABLE TIE 1
Tools: Side Cutters

Connect the REVERSE Signal:

AJ2

Locate connector AJ2 (RH Kick Panel) and find pin 3.


Please see the photo on the left for the location and
below for the connector view. Once pin 3 is located, you
will notice that the wire is coloured BLUE (REVERSE
SIGNAL from the BACKUP RELAY). For further
information, please consult with the TOYOTA Tundra
Electrical Wiring Diagram.

AJ2

Pin 3

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8. INSTALLATION
NOTE
REVERSE
SIGNAL
WIRE

Lay the REVERSE signal wire (blue) along the runwire section, as seen on the photo to the left. Fold
the run-wire section to the base, and squeeze the
outside of base and run-wire section with an
ordinary pliers until the latch locks. Use ONE Foam
provided in the CAR-NAVI kit, to wrap the electrotap.

RUNRUN-WIRE
SECTION

BASE

Please ensure that the REVERSE wire has been


properly latched. Use the digital tester, to
ensure that the connection is good.

Tools: Pliers, Digital Tester

Locate connector K3, from the radio


assembly area. Please see the
connector view below.
K3
K3

(Front View)

NOTE
K3

AUX & STEERING SW


WIRE HARNESS

FOAM 2

Connect the aux and steering switch


wire harness to connector K3. Ensure
that the receptacle (female) is
connected to K3. Use 2 foams to cover
the receptacle connector of aux and
steering SW W/H. Please note that
this wire harness must be ordered
through the Toyota Parts
Department.

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8. INSTALLATION
K9
SECONDARY
LOCK

Next, locate connector K9 from the


radio receiver assembly area. Please
review the connector below. Loosen
the secondary lock of connector K9, as
shown on the photo.
K9

(Front View)

PUSH PIN

K9

Use a push pin provided in the CARNAVI kit, as a service tool to remove
pins from connector K9.

To remove pin from connector K9, insert the


push pin below the connector pin opening.
Please review below for the drawing. Next,
remove the pin from the connector by pulling
the wire on the back side of connector K9.
CONNECTOR
PIN

PUSH
PIN

INSERT
HERE!

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8. INSTALLATION
Remove pins #1, #2 and #7 from connector
K9. Next, these removed pins must be
installed into the MIC connector. Please note
that the MIC Connector must be ordered
through the Toyota Parts Department.

K9

(Front View)

MIC CONNECTOR

NOTE
Please review the following chart below, to
determine the new pin connection to the MIC
Connector.
Notice that there is a SHORT wire from pin
#12 to pin #18, on the MIC Connector. Please
DO NOT remove this SHORT wire.

(Front View)

Previous Pin # (K9)

Colour

New Pin # (MIC


Connector)

Signal

YELLOW

20

MIC-

LIGHT BROWN

19

MIC+

LIGHT BLUE

17

MCVD

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8. INSTALLATION
NOTE
K9

MIC
CONNECTOR

Once all 3 pins have been installed


into the MIC Connector, engage the
secondary lock and proceed to the
next step. Do not re-use connector
K9.

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9. GPS ANTENNA INSTALLATION


HEATER TO
REGISTER DUCT

<<RIGHT SIDE>>

The GPS Antenna and bracket will be


mounted on top of the right side
Heater to register Duct.

GPS ANTENNA
MOUNTED HERE!

RADIO RECEIVER AREA

DOUBLE
COATED TAPE

GPS ANTENNA
BRACKET

Peel off one side of the Double Coated Tape,


and apply on the underside of the GPS
Antenna Bracket (shown on the photo).
GPS ANTENNA
BRACKET
SHORT

DOUBLE
COATED TAPE

LENGTH

<< SIDE VIEW >>

NOTE
GPS
BRACKET

TRIM
SCREWS
RIGHT SIDE
DUCT

Peel off the liner of the Double Coated


Tape and mount the tape side, on top
of the Heater to Register Duct (shown
on the photo). Use TWO trim screws
provided in the CAR-NAVI kit, to
secure the GPS Antenna bracket to
the duct. Please do NOT drop the
trim screws! Do NOT over tighten
the trim screws! Please review the
following photo below.

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9. GPS ANTENNA INSTALLATION


As you will notice in the CAR-NAVI kit, the
GPS Antenna wiring is excessively long.
Wrap the GPS Antenna wiring with your
hands, and use THREE 4 cable ties to tie
it down (shown on the photo to the left).
Ensure there is plenty of length on the
GPS Antenna and connector ends.

CONNECTOR

GPS
ANTENNA

: 4 CABLE TIE 3
Tools: Side Cutter

Mount the excessive GPS Antenna


wiring on to the Instrument Panel
Reinforcement. Use TWO 11 cable
ties as shown on the photo on the left.

INSTRUMENT
PANEL
REINFORCEMENT

: 11 CABLE TIE 2
Tools: Side Cutter
GPS ANTENNA WIRE
(EXCESS)

RADIO RECEIVER ASSEMBLY AREA

GPS
ANTENNA

GPS
ANTENNA
WIRE

GPS
BRACKET

FOAM

Route the GPS Antenna to the top of


the GPS bracket. Please note that the
underside of the GPS Antenna has a
magnet, which will be attracted to the
bracket. Note that the GPS antenna is
mounted on the top side of the
bracket. Use ONE Foam provided in
the CAR-NAVI kit, to fasten the GPS
Antenna Wire to the side of the
register.

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9. GPS ANTENNA INSTALLATION


UP

<<REAR VIEW OF THE AVNAVN-S DISPLAY UNIT>>


RADIO ANTENNA
CONNECTOR

20 PIN
CONNECTOR
(VEHICLE)
RSE
UNIT

5 PIN CARCAR-NAVI
WIRE HARNESS

Connect the appropriate connectors


into the back of the AVN-S Display
Unit. Please review the photo on the
left. Ensure that ALL applicable
connectors are connected to the
back of the AVN-S unit. Do not
connect K9.

ESD
MIC
CONNECTOR

GPS
ANTENNA

AUX/STEERING
SW W/H

NAVIGATION SYSTEM (WITH


AVNAVN-S DISPLAY UNIT)

NOTE
Once the Navigation System (with
AVN-S Display Unit) has been reconnected, re-connect the negative
terminal to the negative side of the car
battery. Do not tighten to torque
specifications! Mount the Navigation
System back into its original location.

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10. OPERATION CHECK


Turn the key to the ACC or ON position. Since
there is no Map DVD in the AVN-S Display
Unit, the unit will automatically retract. Since
the Map DVD is NOT provided in the CARNAVI kit, ensure that it is ordered through
the Toyota Parts Department. When
encountering problems at any time during the
Operation Check, please consult with the
latest TOYOTA Tundra Repair Manual.

Insert the latest version of the DVD


Map into the MAP slot. The AVN-S
Display portion will automatically
return, in the upright position. NOTE:
Please ensure that the DVD Map is
inserted into the MAP slot.
INSERT
HERE!

NOTE
Notice that the system is loading.
During this time, please do NOT
turn off the power.

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10. OPERATION CHECK


NOTE
Select the appropriate language
selection (English/French/Spanish).
Please note that the AVN-S Display
Unit features a TOUCH SCREEN
(press firmly on the screen).

START the vehicle, then move the vehicle


outside of the garage. Once outside, ensure
that there are no tall buildings obstructing
the GPS signal to the vehicle. Go to the
MAP screen shown on the photo on the left
(press the MAP/VOICE button). Wait 8 to 10
seconds before the GPS signal is picked up.
This is indicated by the GPS symbol.
For a quicker calibration, please press the
MENU button and go into the SETUP menu.
Next, go to page 3/3 and select
CALIBRATION. Go into
POSITION/DIRECTION and calibrate
manually here.

GPS
SYMBOL

There are TWO methods to enter the


Diagnostic Mode:

TOUCH
HERE

Method #1: Make sure that the vehicle is


stopped (speed=0 km/h). Go into the
DIAGNOSTIC menu by pressing the Display
button on the bezel. Alternately touch the
upper and lower areas at the left side of the
screen (shown on the photo) 3 times. This will
activate the diagnostic system of the AVN-S
unit.

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10. OPERATION CHECK


There are TWO methods to enter the
Diagnostic Mode:

(OFF(OFF-TAIL) 3

LIGHT CONTROL
SWITCH

LAN MONITOR

Method #2: Make sure that the vehicle is


stopped (speed=0 km/h). Go into the
DIAGNOSTIC menu by pressing and holding
the INFO button on the bezel, then alternately
operate the light control switch: OFF-TAIL,
OFF-TAIL, OFF-TAIL (total of 3 times). This
will activate the diagnostic system of the AVNS unit.

Wait 2 to 4 seconds, before the results of the


System Check Mode. If the message indicates
OK, the AVN-S Display Unit, Rear Seat
Entertainment (Rr-TV) and the DSP-Amplifier
(DSP-AMP) and the are good. Next, check the
results of the LAN Monitor (LAN Mon). If the
display unit indicates an error (CHK),
please consult with the latest TOYOTA
Tundra Repair Manual.

NOTE
If the message indicates OK, the AVN-S
Display Unit, Rear Seat Entertainment unit
(Rr-TV) and DSP-Amplifier (DSP-AMP) are
good. Proceed to the Menu screen (press top
right hand corner of display). If the display
unit indicates an error (CHK), please
consult with the latest TOYOTA Tundra
Repair Manual. Please note that when
installing the CAR-NAVI kit without
removing negative terminal of the battery,
can cause the LAN Monitor circuitry, to log
LAN Monitor codes.
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DISPLAY CHECK
MODE

1
2
3
4

Press each COLOUR chart. The entire screen


will change to the selected colour or stripe.
Ensure that each colour name does
correspond to each colour on the bar. Ensure
that there is no visible pixel of different colour
on the display. Please use this Colour Bar
Check mode and compare with the NAVI
Colour Bar Check mode.

Ensure that each location touched on the


AVN-S Display, does activate the pointer.

Ensure that each push and rotary switches


are being displayed, once they are pushed or
turned.

Ensure that Reverse, Speed and Tail signals


are functioning properly. NOTE:The Park Brake
(PKB) signal is NOT required for the Vehicle
Signal Check (Default: OFF).

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NAVIGATION CHECK
MODE

3
4

The Measurement Status must read 3D (3


dimensions), before the vehicle can pass initial
inspection. If it reads 2D (2 Dimensions), please
consult with the latest TOYOTA Tundra Repair
Manual. Always ensure that at least three Ps
(positioning) and one T (tracking) is available in
the STS (status) column. NOTE: Ensure that
there are no objects, blocking the reception of the
GPS Antenna. Also, ensure that the vehicle is
outside of the garage.

Ensure that Vehicle and Sensor Signals are


functioning properly. To test the REV signal, shift
the transmission to reverse. The SPD signal must
be observed during a test run of the vehicle.
Please use the combination meters readings for
comparison or the TOYOTA Diagnostic Hand
Tool, during a test run. Gyro Voltage can be
tested during a turn of the vehicle (left/right). The
Relative Bearing is defaulted to ZERO degrees. If
not, please RESET.

Ensure that each colour name does correspond


to each colour on the bar. Please use this NAVI
Colour Bar Check mode and compare with the
Colour Bar Check Mode.

This function is not available.

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NAVIGATION CHECK
MODE cont..

3
4

D
REC
A
Navi Information lists the manufacture of the
AVN-S Display Unit, as well as the version
number of the AVN-S Display Unit. Disc
Information lists the version number of the Map
DVD.

Switch

Description
Record up to 5 second
sample. During recording,
the REC text will show to
the right of the Play Back
switch.

Record

Stop

Play Back

Plays the recorded sample.

Mic. Input
Level

Indicates the microphone


level input.

Stops recording the


sample.

When voice is inputted into the microphone, check


that the microphone input level meter changes,
based on the voice input. Push the recording
switch and perform voice recording. Check that the
recording indicator remains on while recording and
that the recorded voice is played normally.
This is a DVD player check function in the radio
and navigation assembly (GEN5 AVN-S). For
DTC, please consult with the TOYOTA Tundra
Repair Manual.

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BLUETOOTH CHECK
MODE

1
2

The data shown in the Serial Communication


Log, is used only as reference. The Software
Version shows Bluetooth version.

For more information on the Handsfree Voice


Quality Set, please consult with the latest
TOYOTA Tundra Repair Manual.

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10. OPERATION CHECK: VOICE RECOGNITION


TALK
SWITCH

Press the Talk Switch, to initiate the


Voice Recognition function.

NOTE
After the Talk Switch has been pressed, a
voice command will ask the user to say a
command, after the beep. Please say
HELP. This will list useful voice recognition
commands. Please ensure that you sit back
and talk clearly to the MIC, located above
of the Personal Light Assembly. DO NOT
TALK DIRECTLY INTO THE MIC! Conduct
more testing by speaking other listed voice
commands, in the HELP menu.

If the system could not detect your


voice command, please ensure that
you talk clearly to the MIC. Also,
ensure that all connection have been
made to the back of the AVN-S unit.
Ensure that the interior cabin noise is
reduced to minimum. For your
reference, please visit the Diagnostic
Mode and re-check the Mic & Voice
Recognition Check.

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10. OPERATION CHECK: AUX PORT


To test the AUX port, use a dummy
mini jack to simulate an external
device connection. If possible, plug an
external device and conduct sound
testing.

AUX PORT

Once the dummy mini jack is in place,


press the DISC/AUX button on the
AVN-S unit. A pop-up message will
appear on the top of the display
screen. If no AUX message appears,
ensure that the AUX connector has
been properly connected at the back
of the AVN-S unit.

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11. RE-INSTALLATION
CAUTION

For the RE-INSTALLATION section, please follow the


DISASSEMBLY section in reverse order. While reinstalling original parts, ensure that there is no biting
into the vehicle harness, and damage to the original
parts.

NEGATIVE
TERMINAL

Re-connect the vehicles


negative battery cable. Tighten
with 4.0 Nm [41 kgfcm, 36
lbfin].
Tools: Ratchet Drive, 10mm Socket
()

FRONT

BATTERY

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12. RE-INITIALIZING
<Power Window>
Ensure that the key is in the ON position. Push
down on the power window switch (Drivers
Side) and lower the window half way. Next pull
up the switch until the window closes, and hold
the switch for a second. Ensure that the power
window automatically opens and closes after
the re-initializing process.

<Moon Roof>
Ensure that the key is in the ON position. Push
and hold the switch on the TILT UP side, until
the moon roof tilts to the upward position and
then slightly tilts down automatically. Also
make sure that the moon Roof automatically
opens and closes after the re-initialization
process.

STEERING
PAD SWITCH

<Steering Pad Switch>


Ensure that the volume up and down, scan
and mode switches work properly. If you notice
that these switches are not functioning
properly, please ensure that the AUX/Steering
connector is properly mounted at the back of
the AVN-S unit.

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12. RE-INITIALIZING
Please adjust the clock setting, if necessary. Re-set
the original radio stations (FM1, FM2 and AM). To
enter the screen below, turn the audio function on
by pressing the left knob (power/volume switch) and
then press the AUDIO button on the bezel. Also,
check if the AUDIO CD/MP3/WMA Player is
functioning properly, as well as the Steering Pad
Switch circuit.

POWER/VOLUME

AUDIO

Enter the CAR-NAVI voice volume


setting by pressing the MENU button
located on the bezel. Next, enter
VOLUME menu then select the
desired CAR-NAVI Voice setting. If no
CAR-NAVI voice is heard, please
check all connections. Also, please
consult with the Toyota Tundra Repair
Manual.

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Published: February 2007


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SUPERVISION: Toyota Canada Inc.


EDITING: DENSO Manufacturing Canada, Inc.

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