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Toyota 4Runner: Operation Check

OPERATION CHECK

1. CHECK POWER DOOR LOCK OPERATION

NOTICE:

The operation check below is based on the non-customized initial condition of the vehicle.

(a) Check basic functions.

(1) Check that all doors lock when the lock side of the multiplex network master switch (door control switch) and door control switch*1 is pressed, and all doors unlock when the unlock side is pressed.

(2) Check that all doors lock when the driver door lock or back door lock*2 key cylinder is turned to lock using the key.

(3) Check that all doors unlock when the driver door lock or back door lock*2 key cylinder is turned to unlock using the key.

  • *1: for Passenger Side
  • *2: w/o Smart Key System

(b) Check the key lock-in prevention function.

NOTICE:

In order to prevent the key from being locked in, the following inspection should be performed with the driver door window open.

(1) Turn the ignition switch to ON or ACC.

(2) With the driver door open, check that all doors unlock immediately after the door lock knob for the driver door is locked.

(3) With the driver door open, check that all doors unlock immediately after the lock side of the door control switch (for manual operation) is pressed.

(4) With the driver door open, lock the driver door lock knob and hold it for 2 seconds or more. Then close the driver door and check that all doors unlock.

(c) Check the illumination function.

(1) Set the map light switch to the door position.

(2) When the driver door is unlocked by the key-linked or wireless operation with the ignition switch off and all doors closed and locked, check that the roof light comes on.

(3) Check that the interior light turns off in approximately 15 seconds* if the doors have not been opened.

HINT:

*: This function can be customized (See page
).

(d) Check the key-linked 2-step unlock function.

(1) Lock all doors.

(2) Check that only the driver door unlocks when the driver door lock cylinder is turned to unlock once using the key and the other doors unlock when the cylinder is turned to unlock consecutively once again.

(e) Check the driver door-linked automatic door unlock function.

HINT:

The default setting is OFF. If the function is set to OFF, it is necessary to set the function to ON through the customize function in order to perform the check.

(1) When the driver door is closed, turning the ignition switch from ON to off and opening the driver door within 10 seconds will automatically unlock all doors.

(f) Check the shift-linked automatic door lock function.

(1) When the ignition switch is ON and the shift lever is moved from P to any position other than P, check that all doors lock automatically.

(g) Check the shift-linked automatic door unlock function.

(1) When the ignition switch is ON and the shift lever is moved to P from any position other than P, check that all doors unlock automatically.

(h) Check the speed-sensitive automatic door lock function.

HINT:

  • The default setting is OFF. If the function is set to OFF, it is necessary to set the function to ON through the customize function in order to perform the check.

(1) When any door is unlocked and the vehicle is driven at approximately 20 km/h (12 mph) or more, check that all doors automatically lock at once (automatic door lock).

2. CHECK BACK DOOR UNLATCH OPERATION

(a) Push the back door opener switch on the back door outside handle.

(b) Check that the back door unlatches.

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