Toyota 4Runner manuals

Toyota 4Runner: Adjusting the settings manually

Basic setting

To turn on the air conditioning
system and adjust the fan speed, press “>” on to increase the fan speed and “<”
to decrease the fan speed.

Press to turn the fan off.

To adjust the temperature
setting, turn clockwise to
increases the temperature and turn
counterclockwise to decreases the temperature.

When is pressed (the indicator
on is on) or the passenger’s side
temperature control dial is turned, the temperature for the driver and passenger seats can be adjusted separately.

To change the air outlets, press 

The air flow shown on the display indicates the following:

Air flows to the upper body.

: May occur in automatic mode

Air flows to the upper body and feet.

Mainly air flows to the feet.

Air flows to the feet and the windshield defogger operates.

The air intake is automatically switched to outside air mode.

Switching between outside air and recirculated air modes

Press .

The mode switches between outside air mode (the indicator is off) and recirculated air mode (the indicator is on) each time the button is pressed.

Using the automatic air conditioning system
Press . The air conditioning system begins to operate. Air outlets and fan speed are automatically adjusted according to the temperature setting. Turn clockwise to increases the temperature ...

Defogging the windshield
Defogging The air conditioning system operates automatically. The air intake is automatically switched to outside air mode. It is not possible to return to recirculated air mode when the switch ...

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