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1-6. Theft deterrent system

Engine immobilizer system .............................. 106 Alarm .................................. 109 Theft prevention labels (for U. S. A.) ..................... 111

1-7. Safety information

Correct driving posture ....... 112 SRS airbags ....................... 114 Front passenger occupant classification system......... 129 Child restraint systems ....... 135 Installing child restraints ..... 139

2 When driving

2-1. Driving procedures

Driving the vehicle .............. 154 Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles without a smart key system) ............ 164 Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles with a smart key system) ...................... 167 Automatic transmission ...... 173 Turn signal lever ................. 179 Parking brake ..................... 180 Horn.................................... 181

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1 Before driving

1-1. Key information

Keys ..................................... 30

1-2. Opening, closing and

locking the doors Smart key system................. 33 Wireless remote control ....... 47 Side doors ............................ 51 Back door ............................. 56

1-3. Adjustable components

(seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Front seats ........................... 61 Rear seats............................ 65 Head restraints..................... 76 Seat belts ............................. 79 Steering wheel ..................... 86 Inside rear view mirror.......... 87 Outside rear view mirrors ..... 89

1-4. Opening and closing the windows and moon roof Power windows .................... 91 Power back window ............. 94 Moon roof ............................. 98

1-5. Refueling

Opening the fuel tank cap ................................... 102

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Instrument cluster Gauges and meters ............ 182 Indicators and warning lights ................................. 189 Accessory meter ................. 194

2-3. Operating the lights and

wipers Headlight switch.................. 198 Fog light switch ................... 204 Windshield wipers and washer .............................. 205 Rear window wiper and washer .............................. 207

2-4. Using other driving

systems Cruise control...................... 209 Intuitive parking assist......... 213 Rear view monitor system (rear view mirror-attached type).................................. 218 Four-wheel drive system (part-time 4WD models).... 223 Four-wheel drive system (full-time 4WD models) ..... 226 Active traction control system .............................. 230 AUTO LSD system (2WD models)................... 232 Rear differential lock system .............................. 235 Downhill assist control system .............................. 238 Crawl Control ...................... 241 Multi-terrain Select .............. 245 Driving assist systems ........ 253

2-5. Driving information

Off-road precautions........... 262 Cargo and luggage............. 267 Vehicle load limits............... 273 Winter driving tips............... 275 Trailer towing...................... 280 Dinghy towing..................... 293

3 Interior features

3-1.

Using the air conditioning system and defogger Manual air conditioning system.............................. 296 Automatic air conditioning system.............................. 302 Rear window and outside rear view mirror defoggers............... 310 Windshield wiper de-icer .... 312

3-2. Using the audio system

Audio system types ............ 313 Using the radio ................... 317 Using the CD player ........... 324 Playing MP3 and WMA discs................................. 333 Operating an iPod® ............ 341 Operating a USB memory ............................ 348 Optimal use of the audio system.............................. 355 Using the AUX adapter....... 360 Using the steering wheel audio switches.................. 361

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3-6. Using the storage features

List of storage features ....... 416 • Glove box ......................... 417 • Console box ..................... 418 • Coin holder ....................... 419 • Tissue pocket ................... 420 • Pen holder ........................ 421 • Auxiliary box ..................... 422 • Cup holders ...................... 423 • Bottle holders ................... 427

3-7. Other interior features

Sun visors........................... 429 Vanity mirrors ..................... 430 Clock................................... 431 Outside temperature display .............................. 433 Power outlets (12V DC)...... 436 Power outlets (120V AC) .... 439 Seat heaters ....................... 446 Armrest ............................... 448 Floor mat ............................ 449 Compass ............................ 450 Luggage compartment features ............................ 456 Garage door opener ........... 462 Safety Connect ................... 469

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3-3. Using the Bluetooth®

audio system Bluetooth® audio system.... 364 Using the Bluetooth® audio system.................... 367 Operating a Bluetooth® enabled portable player ............................... 372 Setting up a Bluetooth® enabled portable player ............................... 374 Bluetooth® audio system setup ................................ 379

3-4. Using the hands-free

phone system (for cellular phone) Hands-free phone system (for cellular phone) features ............................ 380 Using the hands-free phone system (for cellular phone) ........... 384 Making a phone call ........... 392 Setting a cellular phone...... 396 Security and system setup ................................ 401 Using the phone book ........ 405

3-5. Using the interior lights

Interior lights list ................. 413 • Interior lights .................... 414 • Personal lights ................. 414

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4 Maintenance and care

5 When trouble arises

4-1. Maintenance and care Cleaning and protecting the vehicle exterior............ 478 Cleaning and protecting the vehicle interior............. 481

4-2. Maintenance Maintenance requirements..................... 484 General maintenance.......... 486 Emission inspection and maintenance (I/M) programs........................... 490

4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance

Do-it-yourself service precautions ....................... 491 Hood ................................... 494 Engine compartment........... 495 Tires.................................... 514 Tire inflation pressure ......... 520 Wheels................................ 524 Air conditioning filter............ 526 Wireless remote control/ electronic key battery........ 528 Checking and replacing fuses ................................. 531 Light bulbs........................... 541

5-1. Essential information

Emergency flashers............ 554 If your vehicle needs to be towed........................... 555 If you think something is wrong ............................... 561 Fuel pump shut off system.............................. 562 Event data recorder............ 563

5-2. Steps to take in an

emergency If a warning light turns on or a warning buzzer sounds.............................. 565 If you have a flat tire........... 578 If the engine will not start.... 590 If the shift lever cannot be shifted from P .............. 592 If you lose your keys........... 594 If you cannot operate back door opener ............. 595 If the electronic key does not operate properly (vehicles with a smart key system) ...................... 596 If the vehicle battery is discharged........................ 598 If your vehicle overheats .... 603 If the vehicle becomes stuck................................. 606

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6 Vehicle specifications

6-1. Specifications

Maintenance data (fuel, oil level, etc.) ........... 610 Fuel information ................. 623 Tire information .................. 626

6-2. Customization

Customizable features ....... 638

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Initialization Items to initialize................. 644

7 For owners

Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners ................ 646 Seat belt instructions for Canadian owners (in French)........................ 647

Index

Abbreviation list........................ 650

Alphabetical index .................... 652

What to do if... .......................... 661

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CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE CENTER

1-800-331-4331

4RUNNER

2 0 1 0

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

Printed in U.S.A. 9/09 08-TCS-03067

00505-QRG10-4RUN

2010

4Runner

This Quick Reference Guide is a summary of basic vehicle operations. It contains brief descriptions of fundamental operations so you can locate and use the vehicle’s main equipment quickly and easily.

The Quick Reference Guide is not intended as a substitute for the Owner’s Manual located in the vehicle’s glove box. We strongly encourage you to review the Owner’s Manual and supplementary manuals so you will have a better understanding of the vehicle’s capabilities and limitations.

Your dealership and the entire staff of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. wish you many years of satisfied driving in your new 4Runner.

! A word about safe vehicle operations This Quick Reference Guide is not a full description of 4Runner operations. Every 4Runner owner should review the Owner’s Manual that accompanies this vehicle.

Pay special attention to the boxed information highlighted in color throughout the Owner’s Manual. Each box contains safe operating instructions to help you avoid injury or equipment malfunction.

All information in this Quick Reference Guide is current at the time of printing. Toyota reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.

Doors-Child safety locks Rear door

Moving the lever to “LOCK” will allow the door to be opened only from the outside.

Spare tire & tools Tool location

Tool bag

Jack

Spare tire

Removing the spare tire

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(1) Assemble the jack handle. (2) Insert the jack handle end through the opening in the bumper, and into

the lowering screw.

(3) Turn the jack handle counterclockwise.

Refer to the Owner’s Manual for tire changing and jack positioning procedures.

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