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2004 Toyota Solara Manual

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  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 1
    BASIC FUNCTIONS SECTION BASIC FUNCTIONS Basic information before operation I Display operation ...2 Touch switch operation ...2 Inputting letters and numbers ...3 Current position display ...5 Screen scroll operation (one-touch scroll) ...5 Map scale ...9 Orientation of the map ...9 Limitations ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 2
    ... by the switches on the screen. To prevent damage to the screen, lightly touch switches on the screen with your finger.... on the screen, a beep sounds. Do not use objects other than your finger ... D Wipe off fingerprints on the surface of the display using a glass cleaning cloth. D The displayed image ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 3
    BASIC FUNCTIONS Inputting letters and numbers When searching for an address or a name, or entering a memo, you can input letters and numbers via the touch screen. D To input letters To display the alphabet keys, touch the "A-Z" switch or the "À- Ý" switch. D To input numerals and symbols To ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 4
    BASIC FUNCTIONS D List screen operation When a list is displayed, you can scroll or page through the list by using the appropriate switch. If appears to the right of the item name, the complete name is too long for the display. Touch to scroll to the end of the name. Touch to scroll to the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 5
    ... from the GPS, the correct current position is displayed. D To correct the current position manually, see page 77. If you wish to look at a point... current vehicle position, you can bring the desired point to the center of the screen by using the scroll feature. If you continue to hold your finger on ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 6
    ...on page 38.) If there is already a preset destination, touch the "Add to " switch or the "Replace " switch. When there is already a preset destination, using the "Add to " switch to set an additional destination, will set the new one as the first point of ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 7
    .... If there is already a preset destination, the "Add to " switch and the "Replace " switch are displayed. When there is already a preset destination, using the "Add to " switch to set an additional destination, will set the new one as the first point of...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 8
    .... If there is already a set destination, the "Add to " switch and the "Replace " switch are displayed. When there is already a preset destination, using the "Add to " switch to set an additional destination, will set the new one as the first point of ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 9
    BASIC FUNCTIONS Map scale INFORMATION When the map scale is at the maximum range of 250 miles (400 km), is not shown. When the map scale is at the minimum range of 150 feet (50 m), is not shown. However, in the area where the foot print map is contained, when the map scale is changed to 150 feet ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 10
    ...U.S. Department of Defense provides an accurate current vehicle position using 3 to 4 satellites. The GPS system has a certain level of inaccuracy...Tunnels, tall buildings, trucks, or even the placement of objects on the instrument panel may obstruct the GPS signals. The installation of window tinting...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 11
    ... When driving with tire chains installed. When the tires are worn. After replacing a tire or tires. When using tires that are smaller or larger than the factory specifications. D When the tire pressure in any of the four tires is not correct...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 12
    ... details, see page 78.) This navigation system uses the tire turning data and is designed ...all four tires is correct. Map database information and updates This system uses the maps ...AGREEMENT PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM THIS IS A LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR YOUR ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 13
    ...GRANT GDT grants you a non-exclusive license to use your copy of the DATABASE for your personal use... damages which may arise in connection with your use of the DATABASE. Accordingly, in no event shall GDT... including without limitation, loss of revenue, data, or use, incurred by you or any third party ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 14
    ...NOTICE PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS NAVIGATION SYSTEM The Point Of Interest Data ("POI" Data) in the navigation system is in part provided by infoUSA Inc. ("infoUSA"). By using the POI Data, you accept and agree to all terms and conditions set ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 15
    ...INCIDENTAL DAMAGES MADE OR ALLEGED IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR USE OF THE POI DATA. END USER LICENSE ...You agree to use this information for solely personal, non-commercial purposes, and not for service ... limiting the foregoing, you may not use this information with any products, systems, or applications ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 16
    ... not limited to attorney's fees, arising out of or in connection with any use or possession by you of this information. END USER NOTICE The marks of... product to indicate business locations are the marks of their respective owners. The use of such marks in this product does not imply any sponsorship, ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 17
    BASIC FUNCTIONS D To confirm the database version and disc coverage area 1. Push the "MENU" button. 1U020 To display the disc coverage area, touch the "Covered Area" switch. Confirm the covered area on the screen. Contact your dealer to find out if there is a more recent update released. The ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 18
    BASIC FUNCTIONS D To replace map disc The slot for the map disc is behind the display. To lower the display, push the "OPEN" button. After replacing map disc, push the button again to close the display. CAUTION D Do not place anything on the opened display, as such items may be thrown about in ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 19
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE SECTION Basic functions in frequent use II 20 20 22 22 22 26 29 32 33 34 34 35 36 37 37 38 38 40 40 42 44 49 51 52 53 57 58 DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Destination input ...Selecting the search area ...Destination input by Home ...Destination input by...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 20
    ..." screen to display a map of the United States and Canada divided into 11 areas. See page 12 for map database information and updates. You can use one of 13 different methods to enter your destination. (See pages 22 through 37.) D If you enter a destination, the road nearest to the point you ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 21
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE U.S.A. Switch "US1" "US2" States included in the search area Idaho Oregon Washington California Nevada Arizona Colorado Montana New Mexico Utah Wyoming Iowa Kansas Minnesota Missouri North Dakota Nebraska South Dakota Oklahoma Texas Illinois Indiana Kentucky ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 22
    ... the route preference. (See " - Entering destination" on page 38.) To use this function, it is necessary to set the "Attribute" for the memory point. (...the route preference. (See " - Entering destination" on page 38.) To use this function, it is necessary to set the "Attribute" for each memory point....
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 23
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (a) Inputting a house number and a street name Input the street name. Touch numerals directly on the screen to input a house number. After inputting a house number, touch the "OK" switch to display the screen for inputting a street name. It is possible to ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 24
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (b) Selecting a city to search Touch the "City" switch. Select or enter your desired city. "Input Name": To narrow down the listed items by inputting the city name. If you input a street name first, the screen changes. You can then input the house number. To ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 25
    ... 5 Cities" switch. INPUTTING CITY NAME Touch the "Input City Name" switch. Touch the switch of the desired city name. If you have not used the navigation yet, no cities will be displayed on the screen. The current screen changes to the screen for inputting a house number or a street name. (See ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 26
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE - Destination input by "POI Name" Touch the "POI Name" switch on the "Destination" screen. Touch the switch of the desired city name from the displayed list. "Map": To display the selected destination and the route preference. (See " - Entering destination" on...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 27
    ... 5 cities 2. Selecting from the nearest 5 cities 3. Inputting the city name Touch the switch of the desired city name. If you have not used the navigation yet, no cities will be displayed on the screen. INFORMATION To cancel the city setting, touch the "Any City" switch. INFORMATION The desired ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 28
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE SELECTING FROM THE NEAREST 5 CITIES Touch the "Nearest 5 Cities" switch. INPUTTING CITY NAME Touch the "Input City Name" switch. Touch the switch of the desired city name from the displayed list. Input the city name. Touch the switch of the desired city name...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 29
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (b) Selecting from the categories Touch the - Destination input by "POI Category" The destination can be set by selecting the POI category and the search point. Touch the "POI Category" switch on the "Destination" screen. "Category" switch. When you touch ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 30
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (a) Selecting the POI category If the desired POI category is on the screen, touch the name to display a detailed list of the POI category. If the desired POI category is not on the screen, touch the "List All Categories" switch to list all POI categories. (b)...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 31
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE SETTING THE CURRENT POSITION AS THE SEARCH POINT Touch the "Current Position" switch. SETTING THE SEARCH POINT VIA THE MAP SCREEN Touch the "Map" switch. When you touch an arrow facing the desired point, the map scrolls in that direction. When you release ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 32
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE SETTING THE SEARCH POINT FROM THE DESTINATIONS Touch the destination switches at the bottom of the screen. (c) Selecting from a list You can select the desired destination from the listed POI names. - Destination input by "Emergency" By touching the "...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 33
    ... the memory points in alphabetical order. "Attribute": To list the memory points by the registered attribute. INFORMATION The navigation system does not guide in areas where route guidance is unavailable. (See page 12.) When you touch the switch of your desired memory point, the screen changes and...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 34
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE - Destination input by "Previous" Touch the "Previous" switch on the "Destination" screen. INFORMATION You can delete the list of previous destinations while your vehicle is stopped, if you no longer need them. (See page 91.) - Destination input by "Map" ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 35
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE - Destination input by "Intersection" Touch the "Intersection" switch on the "Destination" screen. Input the name of the two intersecting streets which are located near the destination to be set. Touch the switch of the desired item. After inputting the two ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 36
    ... "Destination" screen. Select the desired freeway by touching the switch. Be sure to use the complete name of the freeway or highway, including the hyphen, when entering the destination. Freeways and interstates use an "I" (I-405). US highways use the state designation before the number (CA-1...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 37
    ...no match for the telephone number inputted, a list of identical numbers but with different area codes will be displayed. D To set a memory point as a destination using the phone number, the number must be registered previously. (See page 72.) Input the latitude and the longitude. When the input is ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 38
    ... is already set, the "Add to " switch and the "Replace " switch are displayed. "Add to ": To add a destination. SCREEN B 3. To start guidance, touch the "Guide" switch. "3 Routes": To select the desired route from three possible routes. (See page 39.) "...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 39
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE D To change the route before starting guidance ROUTE PREFERENCE You can change route preference by touching the "Change" switch on SCREEN A. INFORMATION D Even if the "Allow Freeway" indicator is dimmed, the route cannot avoid including a freeway in some cases...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 40
    ... trip Toll road Freeway Ferry This screen displays the route that guides the driver to the destination. The route to the destination is indicated by a ... point where you need to maneuver the vehicle. 1 2 3 4 "Proceed about 5 miles." "In a quarter of a mile, right turn." "Right turn." (Beep sound ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 41
    ... on city streets in order to allow time to maneuver. 4.2 miles 0.25 miles One- way road One- way road 1 "Proceed about 4 miles to the traffic circle." "In a quarter of a mile, traffic circle ahead, and then 3rd exit ahead." "The 3rd exit ahead." "The exit ahead." (Beep sound only) ∗: 2 The...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 42
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE INFORMATION D If the system cannot determine the current vehicle position correctly (in cases of poor GPS signal reception), the voice guidance may be made early or delayed. D If you did not hear the voice guidance command, touch the "MAP/ VOICE" button to hear...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 43
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE 3. Input an additional destination in the same way as the destination input. (See page 20.) (b) Reordering destinations When more than one destination is set, you can change the arrival order of the destinations. 1. Touch the "Route" switch. 4. Touch the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 44
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (c) Deleting destination You can delete a set destination. 1. Touch the "Route" switch. "Delete All": To delete all destinations on the list. 4. A message appears to confirm your request to delete. To delete the destination(s), touch the "Yes" switch. If you ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 45
    ..." screen appears. Touch the "Add" switch where you wish to add a preferred road. 2. Touch the ferred road". "Delete" switch of "Pre- "Next" switch to use another 3. When more than one preferred road is set, a list will appear on the screen. Touch the switch of the preferred road to be deleted. ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 46
    ... "Short" switch and touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the "Search Condition" switch. The "Search Condition" screen appears. The entire route from the starting point to the destination is displayed. "Guide": To start guidance. "Route": To add or change a route. (For details, see pages 42 and 44.) 46
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 47
    .... "Whole Route": If you touch this switch, the system will calculate an entire new route to the destination. This picture shows an example of how the system would guide you around a delay caused by a traffic jam. 1 This position indicates the location of a traffic jam caused by road repairs or an ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 48
    ... preference You are given a number of choices on the conditions which the system uses to determine the route to your destination. 1. Touch the "Route" switch.... start the route guidance from the adjacent road. (ex. When the route guidance guides the route on the freeway, but you drive on the parallel ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 49
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Show POI icons Points of Interest such as gas stations and restaurants can be displayed on the map screen. You can also set their location as a destination and use them for route guidance. 2. Touch the "Show POI Icon" switch to display a ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 50
    ... AND ROUTE GUIDANCE D To set a POI as a destination You can select one of the Points of Interest icons on the map screen as a destination and use it as route guidance. When you select a Point of Interest type from either the limited list or the complete list, the screen will display symbols at ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 51
    ..." switch. The entire route from the current position to the destination is displayed. "Guide": To start guidance. "Route": To change the route. (For details,... list. The street name closest to the starting point will be displayed with a mileage to the next turn. These marks indicate the direction in ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 52
    ...to the next destination in fast-forward mode. : To stop the preview. : To review the route to the previous destination or starting point. 2. Touch the "Route Preview" switch. : To review the route to the previous destination or starting point in fastforward mode. : To...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 53
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Screen configuration You can choose any one of the screen configurations. Depending on the conditions, it may not be possible to select certain screen configuration switches. : To display single map screen. (See page 53.) : To display dual map screen. (See ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 54
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (b) Dual map (c) Compass mode The screen shows the dual map. The map on the left is the main map. You can edit the right side map by touching any specific point on the right side map. This screen can perform the following procedures. D Changing the map scale...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 55
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (d) Turn list screen (e) Arrow screen (f) Freeway information screen The screen shows the turn list. You cannot scroll through the list of roads. The screen shows the current road name and the distance to the next corner. This screen displays the distance ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 56
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE INFORMATION When you drive on a freeway, the screen is automatically divided into two parts, with freeway information screen on the right side. (g) Intersection guidance screen/guidance screen on freeway D Intersection guidance screen This screen automatically ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 57
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Distance and time to destination INFORMATION When the vehicle is on the guidance route, the distance measured along the route is displayed. Travel time is calculated based on the set vehicle speed information. (For details, see page 79.) However, when the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 58
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Foot print map For the area which is covered by the foot print map (Some areas in the following cities; Detroit, Chicago, N.Y., L.A), you can switch to the foot print map on a scale of 75 feet (25 m). D To switch to the foot print map The switch changes into ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 59
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE 2. Using an eight-direction arrow, move the cursor to the position of the building you wish to display information. 3. Touch the "Building Info." switch. 4. Details of POIs in some buildings may be displayed. If you wish to see detailed POI information, touch ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 60
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE 60
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 61
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS SECTION ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Descriptions of functions for more effective use III 62 63 63 66 73 76 77 79 79 81 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 Suspending and resuming guidance ...Volume ...User selection ...My ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 62
    ... the "Resume Guidance" switch. Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen and touch the "Suspend Guidance" switch. INFORMATION When you do not have route guidance, the "Suspend Guidance" switch cannot be used. The screen will change to the current position map with route guidance. 62
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 63
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Volume You can use voice guidance when approaching a destination. You can adjust the volume of the voice or turn off voice guidance. User selection The system can memorize the following settings for up to three users. D Map direction D Map scale D Guidance mode D Setup D Volume ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 64
    ... screen will appear. To register, touch the "Yes" switch. To return to the previous screen, touch the "No" or "Back" switch. When you touch the switch already registered, this screen appears. To replace, touch the "Yes" switch. To cancel the replacement, touch the "No" or "Back" switch. 64
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 65
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change user D To delete user Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen. Then touch the "Select User" switch. Touch the "User wish to change. number" switch you Touch the "Delete" switch of "User number" you wish to delete. The above message appears, then the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 66
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS My places You can register and keep your own memory points (like restaurants, sports facilities, etc.) and use the memory points to input a destination. (a) Registering memory points The confirmation screen appears. To delete, touch the...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 67
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 2. Touch the "Register" switch of the "Memory Points". A screen similar to the destination input screen appears. Input the desired point in the same way as inputting a destination. (See page 20.) When you finish memory point registration, the memory point data screen will ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 68
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS (b) Editing memory points The icon, attribute, name, location and/or telephone number of a registered memory point can be edited. 1. Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen and touch the "My Places" switch. 2. Touch the "Edit" switch of the "Memory Points". The ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 69
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change "Icon" Touch the desired icon. You can turn the page by touching "Page 1", "Page 2" or "With Sound" switch. "With Sound": To display sound icons. When your vehicle approaches the memory point, the sound which you chose will sound. Touch the desired sound icon. The ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 70
    ..., set the attribute of the memory points as Home or Quick access 1 to 5. To replace the attribute, touch the "Yes" switch. To return to the previous ... "No" or "Back" switch. Touch the desired attribute. It is possible to replace a registered attribute. To delete the attribute, touch the switch. "...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 71
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change "Name" D To change "Location" To delete an attribute, touch the "Yes" switch. To return to the previous screen, touch the "No" or "Back" switch. Touch the alphabet and/or numeral keys. When the entry has been completed, touch the "OK" switch on the screen. The ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 72
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change "Phone #" (telephone number) (c) Deleting memory points 1. Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen and touch the "My Places" switch. Touch numeral keys. When the entry has been completed, touch the "OK" switch on the screen. The previous screen will be ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 73
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Area to Avoid Areas you wish to avoid because of traffic jams, construction work or other reasons can be registered as areas to avoid. Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen and then touch the "My Places" switch to display the following screen. (a) Registering area...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 74
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS (b) Editing area to avoid 1. Touch the "Edit" switch of the "Areas to Avoid" to display the "Edit Area to Avoid" screen. 4. Touch either or switch to change the size of the area to avoid. 3. Touch the "Name" , "Location" or "Area Size" switch on this screen. 2. To edit an ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 75
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change "Name" D To change "Location" D To change "Area size" Touch alphabet or numeral keys. When the entry has been completed, touch the "OK" switch on the screen. The previous screen will be displayed. D "Show Name" The avoid area name can be set to be displayed or not...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 76
    ... the previous screen will be displayed. "Default": This switch initializes all of the settings. "Calibration": You can adjust the current vehicle position mark manually. "Distance": You can select "km" or "miles" as the distance unit. "Estimated Travel Time": You can set the system to display the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 77
    ... calibration When driving, the current vehicle position mark will be automatically corrected by GPS signals. If GPS reception is poor due to location, you can manually adjust the current vehicle position mark. 2. Touch the ibration". "Adjust" switch of "Cal- 1. Push the "MENU" button to display ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 78
    .... Touch the "Enter" switch and the map screen will be displayed. D Tire change calibration The tire change calibration function will be used when replacing the tires. This function will adjust the mis-calculation caused by the circumference difference between the...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 79
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Distance unit 1. Push the "MENU" button. Estimated travel time You can set the speed that is used for the calculation of the estimated travel time. 2. Touch the "Setup" switch. 3. Touch the "km" or "miles" switch of "Distance" to choose the distance unit. The selected switch ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 80
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS INFORMATION D The displayed time to the destination is the approximate driving time that is calculated based on the speeds you selected and your actual position along the guidance route. D The time shown on the screen may vary greatly depending on your progress along the route, ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 81
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Auto reroute When the "Auto Reroute" feature is turned on, the system will automatically search for a new route to the destination if you strays from the guidance route. This feature does not operate while you are driving on roads where guidance is not available. To turn the "...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 82
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Auto voice guidance When the "Auto Voice Guidance" feature is turned on, the voice guidance can be heard automatically. When the "Auto Voice Guidance" feature is turned off, the voice guidance can be heard only if you push the "MAP/ VOICE" button. To turn the "Auto Voice ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 83
    ...on, you can hear the voice guidance in all modes. When the "Voice Guidance in All Modes" feature is turned off, voice guidance cannot be heard when you using the audio system. To turn the "Voice Guidance in All Modes" on: 1. Push the "MENU" button. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Auto Voice Guidance"....
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 84
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Notifying traffic restriction When the "Notify Traffic Restriction" feature is turned on, the system notifies you of traffic or seasonal restriction. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Voice Guidance in All Modes" and touch the "OK" switch. To turn the "Notify Traffic Restriction" ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 85
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Intersection guidance When the "Intersection Guidance" feature is turned on, the system will display the intersection guidance screen if you drive with route guidance. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Notify Traffic Restriction" and touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the "Setup" ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 86
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Guidance screen on freeway When the "Guidance Screen on FWY" feature is turned on, the system will display the lane guidance screen if you drive on a freeway with route guidance. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Intersection Guidance" and touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the "...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 87
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Street name on scroll map When the "Street Name on Scroll Map" feature is turned on, the system will display the name of a street where the cursor is positioned on the scroll map. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Guidance Screen on Freeway" and touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 88
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Display of building shape When the "Display Building Shape" feature is turned on, the system will display the building shape on the map screen using a scale of 150 feet (50 m) to 300 feet (100 m). 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Street Name on Scroll Map" and touch the "OK" switch....
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 89
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Screen layout function Function) ( You can set display or hide each switch and current street name on the map screen. 1. Push the "MENU" button. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Display Building Shape" and touch the "OK" switch. 3. Touch the "Change" switch of the " Function". 2....
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 90
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS POI category change (Show POI Icons) You can choose 6 icons displayed on the "Show POI Icons" top screen, so that you can easily set which icons to display on the map screen. 2. Touch the "Setup" switch. Then switch twice to display page 3 of touch the "Setup" screen. 3. ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 91
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Delete previous point You can delete your previous destination. 1. Push the "MENU" button. 5. Touch the switch corresponding to the desired category. Then touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the "Setup" switch. Then touch switch twice to display page 3 of the "Setup" screen. 3. ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 92
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Map color 1. Push the "MENU" button. 4. Touch the switch you want to delete. For efficient previous point search, previous points can be sorted by the "Date" or "Name" switch. 5. To delete the point, touch the "Yes" switch. To cancel the deletion, touch the "No" switch. 2. ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 93
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 3. Touch the desired color for day and/or night map color and then touch the "OK" switch to return the map screen. Touch the "Normal" switch to return to the default map color. Screen animation When the "Screen Animation" feature is turned on, some switches and screens become ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 94
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 94
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 95
    OTHER FUNCTIONS SECTION OTHER FUNCTIONS IV Maintenance information ...96 Calendar with memo ...101 Screen Adjustment ...108 Setting screen ...109 95
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 96
    OTHER FUNCTIONS Maintenance information This system informs you when to replace certain parts or components and shows dealer information (if registered) on the screen. (See "Information items" on page 97.) When the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 97
    ...When your vehicle needs to be serviced, the icon color will change to orange. Information items Oil change Replace oil filter INFORMATION Notice of "Date": You can... date and distance in the system. Rotate tires Replace tires Replace battery Replace brake linings Replace wiper ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (a) Register dealer Replace engine coolant You can register the dealer name, staff, location and phone number. Replace brake fluid Replace ATF 2. Enter the location of ... Touch the "Set Dealer" switch on the "Maintenance" screen. Replace air filter Scheduled maintenance Personal ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (b) Edit dealer After you input the dealer, the screen changes and displays the map location of the dealer. If it is OK, touch the "Enter" switch. The screen changes to "Edit Dealer" screen. (See "(b) Edit dealer".) You can edit the dealer name, staff, location and phone number. ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 100
    OTHER FUNCTIONS D To edit "Dealer" or "Contact" D To edit "Location" D To edit "Phone #" (telephone number) To input the name, touch the alphabet, numeral and/or umlaut keys. You can input up to 24 letters. After inputting, touch the "OK" switch at the bottom right of the screen. The previous ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 101
    OTHER FUNCTIONS (c) Delete dealer (d) Set as destination Calendar with memo 1. Touch the "Delete Dealer" switch on the screen. 2. A message will appear on the screen. To delete, touch the "Yes" switch. To cancel the deletion, touch the "No" or "Back" switch. Touch the "Enter " switch on "Set ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 102
    OTHER FUNCTIONS (a) Inputting a memo To display the "Information Menu" screen, push the "INFO" button. Then touch the "Calendar" switch. The current date is circled in yellow. If the current date is not displayed on the screen, touch the "Today" switch to display the current month calendar. 1. ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 103
    OTHER FUNCTIONS D Memo D Location Touch the "Memo" switch to enter text. Enter text using the keys. You can enter text up to 24 letters. After entering the text, touch the "OK" switch at the bottom right of the screen. Touch the "Location" switch to set location. A screen similar to the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 104
    OTHER FUNCTIONS D Mark color D Date color The date inputted is marked as shown above. You can choose the desired mark and/or date color. Touch the "Mark" switch. Touch the "Date" switch. Touch your desired color for the mark. 104
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (b) Adding a memo (c) Deleting a memo Touch your desired color for the date. You can set a color of the mark and/or date for the date you added the memo and/or location. To default the date color, touch the "Delete" switch on the screen. After you choose the date and/or mark ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 106
    OTHER FUNCTIONS (d) Editing a memo (e) Memo list To edit the memo, touch the corresponding date, and then touch the memo you wish to edit. Touch the switch. "Memo" or "Location" 1. To list the memos you added, touch the "List" switch. 106
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 107
    OTHER FUNCTIONS 2. Touch the desired search condition to list the memos. The "Memo list" is displayed on the screen. To display the memos listed in a desired period, touch the "Period" switch. Touch the number keys. After setting the period, touch the "OK" switch. The "Memo list" screen will be ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 108
    OTHER FUNCTIONS Screen Adjustment The brightness or contrast of the screen can be adjusted depending on the brightness of your surroundings. You can also turn the display off. To display the "Display" screen push the "DISPLAY" button. The screen goes off when you touch the "SCREEN OFF" switch. To...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 109
    OTHER FUNCTIONS Setting screen 1. Push the "INFO" button to display the "Information Menu" screen. (a) Automatic transition You can select a function that enables automatic return to the navigation screen from the audio screen. Depending on the position of the headlight switch, the screen ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 110
    OTHER FUNCTIONS (b) Back ground color You can select a back ground color. Select the desired back ground color and then touch the "OK" switch. 110
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 111
    AUDIO SYSTEM SECTION AUDIO SYSTEM V Quick reference ...112 Using your audio system ...113 Car audio system operating hints ...122 V 111
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 112
    ... 1. Function switch display screen Touch the switches displayed on the screen to control the radio and compact disc player. For details, see page 114. 2. "..., see pages 114 and 121. 6. "SCAN" button Push this button to scan radio stations or scan the tracks on a compact disc. For details, see pages ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 113
    ...off, and turn it to adjust the volume. For details, see page 113. Using your audio system - - Some basics This section describes some of the.... Turn this knob to adjust the volume. The system turns on in the last mode used. "AUDIO": Push this button to display switches for audio system (audio control...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 114
    AUDIO SYSTEM The switches for radio and compact disc player operation are displayed on the function ... audio control mode is selected. Touch them lightly and directly on the screen. The selected switch ... dimmed D Wipe off fingerprints on the surface of the display using a glass cleaning cloth. 114
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    AUDIO SYSTEM (b) Tone and balance How good an audio program sounds to you is largely determined by.... NOTICE Never try to disassemble or oil any part of the compact disc player. Do not insert ...a compact disc into the slot. The player is intended for use with 12 cm (4.7 in.) discs only. Touching the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 116
    ... station band or counterclockwise to step down. Your radio automatically changes to stereo reception when a stereo ... on the screen. If the signal becomes weak, the radio reduces the amount of channel separation to prevent ... and the frequency appears on the switch. Each radio mode (AM, FM1 or FM2) can ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 117
    ... display messages from radio stations, - search for a stronger signal station. RDS features are available for the use ...searching for all the available RDS stations, the radio will activate the previously used program type. If the previously used program type is not available, or if the radio has not ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 118
    AUDIO SYSTEM "MSG" (Message) switch When an RDS radio station transmits a text message, "MSG"...MSG" switch again. "TYPE A "" switch This switch is used for changing the program type (PTY) of RDS... the current station is not a traffic station, the radio will start a traffic program search in increasing...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 119
    ... can be canceled by turning RDS off, or pressing the "TRAF" switch again. (f) Satellite radio (SAT) You can enjoy a satellite radio broadcast. For details, ask your dealer about this option. - Compact disc player operation (a) Playing a compact disc The slot ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 120
    AUDIO SYSTEM NOTICE Do not obstruct the display while it is moving. It could damage your audio system. To stop and eject the compact disc, push the "OPEN" button to lower the display. Push the " button. "DISC 120
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 121
    ... "DISC" button if a compact disc is already loaded in the slot. "CD" appears on the screen. (b) Selecting a desired track "SEEK/TRACK" button: Use for a direct access to a desired track. Push either side of the "SEEK/TRACK" button and hold it until the desired track number appears on the screen. As...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 122
    ...compact disc player functions "RPT" switch: Use it for automatic repeat of the track you are currently ...touch the switch once again. "RAND" switch: Use it for automatic and random selection. When the switch ... does not mean there is a problem with your radio - it is just the normal result of conditions...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 123
    ... problems that probably do not indicate a problem with your radio: FM Fading and drifting stations ... DISCS D Your compact disc player is intended for use with 12 cm (4.7 in.) discs only. D Extremely ... compact disc player from working. On hot days, use the air conditioning to cool the vehicle interior ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 124
    AUDIO SYSTEM D Use only compact discs marked as shown above. The following products may not be playable on your compact disc ... Special shaped discs Labeled discs NOTICE To prevent damage to the player or changer, do not use special shaped, low quality or labeled discs such as those shown in the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 125
    ... could cause the player to skip or to repeat a section of a track. (To see a pin hole, hold the disc up to the light.) D Remove discs from the compact disc player when you are ...it with another soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use a conventional record cleaner or anti-static device. V 125...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 126
    ...manual carefully to ensure proper use. Keep this manual in your vehicle at all times. The Navigation ... that is unfamiliar to you in an efficient manner. The system uses the maps of DENSO. The calculated routes may ... will guide you there. The system will provide both a visual map and audio instructions...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 127
    Important information about this manual For safety reasons, this manual indicates items requiring particular attention with the following marks. ..." or "Français" to select a language. Read Touch and follow the instructions. When you touch the "I Agree" switch on the screen, the map screen appears. ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 128
    Safety Instruction Prior to the actual use of this system, learn how to use it and become thoroughly familiar with it. Read the entire...you understand the system. Do not allow others to use this system until they have read and understood the instructions in this manual. For your safety, some functions...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 129
    ... do not totally rely on voice guidance. Use it just for your information. If the system .... Therefore, before you follow any instruction from the system, look to see whether you ... is this system a substitute for the driver's personal judgement. Use this system only in locations where it is legal to do ...
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  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 131
    Your navigation system - - Quick reference 1 North-up or heading-up symbol This symbol indicates a map view with northup or heading-up. Touching this symbol changes the map orientation...9 2 Scale indicator This figure indicates the map scale...9 3 "INFO" button Push this button to display the "...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 132
    8 "Map View" switch Touch this switch to obtain information regarding the route to the destination and information about the POI (Points of Interest) on map screen...49, 51, 52 9 "AOFF" switch Touch this switch to obtain a broader view, some of the switches on the screen are not displayed. They ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 133
    ... 1 "Address" switch You can input the house number and the street address by using the input keys...22 2 "POI Name" switch You can select one of...33 6 "Emergency" switch You can select one of the three categories of emergency service points that have been already stored in the system's database...32 ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 134
    ...access switch You can select one of 5 preset destinations directly. To use this function, it is necessary to set the "Attribute" for each memory point. (...select your own home without entering the address each time. To use this function, it is necessary to set the "Attribute" for the memory point. (To...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 135
    - "Menu" screen The switches below perform the following operations. 1 "Map DVD" switch Displays information regarding the disc version or covered area...12 2 "Select User" switch Enables recall of up to three memorized user setting patterns...63 3 "Setup" switch Enables various settings for the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 136
    BASIC FUNCTIONS SECTION BASIC FUNCTIONS Basic information before operation I Display operation ...2 Touch switch operation ...2 Inputting letters and numbers ...3 Current position display ...5 Screen scroll operation (one-touch scroll) ...5 Map scale ...9 Orientation of the map ...9 Limitations ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 137
    ... by the switches on the screen. To prevent damage to the screen, lightly touch switches on the screen with your finger.... on the screen, a beep sounds. Do not use objects other than your finger ... D Wipe off fingerprints on the surface of the display using a glass cleaning cloth. D The displayed image ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 138
    BASIC FUNCTIONS Inputting letters and numbers When searching for an address or a name, or entering a memo, you can input letters and numbers via the touch screen. D To input letters To display the alphabet keys, touch the "A-Z" switch or the "À- Ý" switch. D To input numerals and symbols To ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 139
    BASIC FUNCTIONS D List screen operation When a list is displayed, you can scroll or page through the list by using the appropriate switch. If appears to the right of the item name, the complete name is too long for the display. Touch to scroll to the end of the name. Touch to scroll to the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 140
    ... from the GPS, the correct current position is displayed. D To correct the current position manually, see page 77. If you wish to look at a point... current vehicle position, you can bring the desired point to the center of the screen by using the scroll feature. If you continue to hold your finger on ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 141
    ...on page 38.) If there is already a preset destination, touch the "Add to " switch or the "Replace " switch. When there is already a preset destination, using the "Add to " switch to set an additional destination, will set the new one as the first point of ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 142
    .... If there is already a preset destination, the "Add to " switch and the "Replace " switch are displayed. When there is already a preset destination, using the "Add to " switch to set an additional destination, will set the new one as the first point of...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 143
    .... If there is already a set destination, the "Add to " switch and the "Replace " switch are displayed. When there is already a preset destination, using the "Add to " switch to set an additional destination, will set the new one as the first point of ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 144
    BASIC FUNCTIONS Map scale INFORMATION When the map scale is at the maximum range of 250 miles (400 km), is not shown. When the map scale is at the minimum range of 150 feet (50 m), is not shown. However, in the area where the foot print map is contained, when the map scale is changed to 150 feet ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 145
    ...U.S. Department of Defense provides an accurate current vehicle position using 3 to 4 satellites. The GPS system has a certain level of inaccuracy...Tunnels, tall buildings, trucks, or even the placement of objects on the instrument panel may obstruct the GPS signals. The installation of window tinting...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 146
    ... When driving with tire chains installed. When the tires are worn. After replacing a tire or tires. When using tires that are smaller or larger than the factory specifications. D When the tire pressure in any of the four tires is not correct...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 147
    ... details, see page 78.) This navigation system uses the tire turning data and is designed ...all four tires is correct. Map database information and updates This system uses the maps ...AGREEMENT PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM THIS IS A LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR YOUR ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 148
    ...GRANT GDT grants you a non-exclusive license to use your copy of the DATABASE for your personal use... damages which may arise in connection with your use of the DATABASE. Accordingly, in no event shall GDT... including without limitation, loss of revenue, data, or use, incurred by you or any third party ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 149
    ...NOTICE PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS NAVIGATION SYSTEM The Point Of Interest Data ("POI" Data) in the navigation system is in part provided by infoUSA Inc. ("infoUSA"). By using the POI Data, you accept and agree to all terms and conditions set ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 150
    ...INCIDENTAL DAMAGES MADE OR ALLEGED IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR USE OF THE POI DATA. END USER LICENSE ...You agree to use this information for solely personal, non-commercial purposes, and not for service ... limiting the foregoing, you may not use this information with any products, systems, or applications ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 151
    ... not limited to attorney's fees, arising out of or in connection with any use or possession by you of this information. END USER NOTICE The marks of... product to indicate business locations are the marks of their respective owners. The use of such marks in this product does not imply any sponsorship, ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 152
    BASIC FUNCTIONS D To confirm the database version and disc coverage area 1. Push the "MENU" button. To display the disc coverage area, touch the "Covered Area" switch. Confirm the covered area on the screen. Contact your dealer to find out if there is a more recent update released. The map ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 153
    BASIC FUNCTIONS D To replace map disc The slot for the map disc is behind the display. To lower the display, push the "OPEN" button. After replacing map disc, push the button again to close the display. CAUTION D Do not place anything on the opened display, as such items may be thrown about in ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 154
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE SECTION Basic functions in frequent use II 20 20 22 22 22 26 29 32 33 34 34 35 36 37 37 38 38 40 40 42 44 49 51 52 53 57 58 DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Destination input ...Selecting the search area ...Destination input by Home ...Destination input by...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 155
    ..." screen to display a map of the United States and Canada divided into 11 areas. See page 12 for map database information and updates. You can use one of 13 different methods to enter your destination. (See pages 22 through 37.) D If you enter a destination, the road nearest to the point you ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 156
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE U.S.A. Switch "US1" "US2" States included in the search area Idaho Oregon Washington California Nevada Arizona Colorado Montana New Mexico Utah Wyoming Iowa Kansas Minnesota Missouri North Dakota Nebraska South Dakota Oklahoma Texas Illinois Indiana Kentucky ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 157
    ... the route preference. (See " - Entering destination" on page 38.) To use this function, it is necessary to set the "Attribute" for the memory point. (...the route preference. (See " - Entering destination" on page 38.) To use this function, it is necessary to set the "Attribute" for each memory point....
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 158
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (a) Inputting a house number and a street name Input the street name. Touch numerals directly on the screen to input a house number. After inputting a house number, touch the "OK" switch to display the screen for inputting a street name. It is possible to ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 159
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (b) Selecting a city to search Touch the "City" switch. Select or enter your desired city. "Input Name": To narrow down the listed items by inputting the city name. If you input a street name first, the screen changes. You can then input the house number. To ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 160
    ...5 Cities" switch. INPUTTING THE CITY NAME Touch the "Input City Name" switch. Touch the switch of the desired city name. If you have not used the navigation yet, no cities will be displayed on the screen. The current screen changes to the screen for inputting a house number or a street name. (See ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 161
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE - Destination input by "POI Name" Touch the "POI Name" switch on the "Destination" screen. Touch the switch of the desired city name from the displayed list. "Map": To display the selected destination and the route preference. (See " - Entering destination" on...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 162
    ... 5 cities 2. Selecting from the nearest 5 cities 3. Inputting the city name Touch the switch of the desired city name. If you have not used the navigation yet, no cities will be displayed on the screen. INFORMATION To cancel the city setting, touch the "Any City" switch. INFORMATION The desired ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 163
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE SELECTING FROM THE NEAREST 5 CITIES Touch the "Nearest 5 Cities" switch. INPUTTING THE CITY NAME Touch the "Input City Name" switch. Touch the switch of the desired city name from the displayed list. Input the city name. Touch the switch of the desired city ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 164
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (b) Selecting from the categories Touch the - Destination input by "POI Category" The destination can be set by selecting the POI category and the search point. Touch the "POI Category" switch on the "Destination" screen. "Category" switch. When you touch ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 165
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (a) Selecting the POI category If the desired POI category is on the screen, touch the name to display a detailed list of the POI category. If the desired POI category is not on the screen, touch the "List All Categories" switch to list all POI categories. (b)...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 166
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE SETTING THE CURRENT POSITION AS THE SEARCH POINT Touch the "Current Position" switch. SETTING THE SEARCH POINT VIA THE MAP SCREEN Touch the "Map" switch. When you touch an arrow facing the desired point, the map scrolls in that direction. When you release ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 167
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE SETTING THE SEARCH POINT FROM THE DESTINATIONS Touch the destination switches at the bottom of the screen. (c) Selecting from a list You can select the desired destination from the listed POI names. - Destination input by "Emergency" By touching the "...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 168
    ... the memory points in alphabetical order. "Attribute": To list the memory points by the registered attribute. INFORMATION The navigation system does not guide in areas where route guidance is unavailable. (See page 12.) When you touch the switch of your desired memory point, the screen changes and...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 169
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE - Destination input by "Previous" Touch the "Previous" switch on the "Destination" screen. INFORMATION You can delete the list of previous destinations while your vehicle is stopped, if you no longer need them. (See page 91.) - Destination input by "Map" ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 170
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE - Destination input by "Intersection" Touch the "Intersection" switch on the "Destination" screen. Input the name of the two intersecting streets which are located near the destination to be set. Touch the switch of the desired item. After inputting the two ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 171
    ... "Destination" screen. Select the desired freeway by touching the switch. Be sure to use the complete name of the freeway or highway, including the hyphen, when entering the destination. Freeways and interstates use an "I" (I-405). US highways use the state designation before the number (CA-1...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 172
    ...no match for the telephone number inputted, a list of identical numbers but with different area codes will be displayed. D To set a memory point as a destination using the phone number, the number must be registered previously. (See page 72.) Input the latitude and the longitude. When the input is ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 173
    ... is already set, the "Add to " switch and the "Replace " switch are displayed. "Add to ": To add a destination. SCREEN B 3. To start guidance, touch the "Guide" switch. "3 Routes": To select the desired route from three possible routes. (See page 39.) "...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 174
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE D To change the route before starting guidance ROUTE PREFERENCE You can change route preference by touching the "Change" switch on SCREEN A. INFORMATION D Even if the "Allow Freeway" indicator is dimmed, the route cannot avoid including a freeway in some cases...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 175
    ... trip Toll road Freeway Ferry This screen displays the route that guides the driver to the destination. The route to the destination is indicated by a ... point where you need to maneuver the vehicle. 1 2 3 4 "Proceed about 5 miles." "In a quarter of a mile, right turn." "Right turn." (Beep sound ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 176
    ... on city streets in order to allow time to maneuver. 4.2 miles 0.25 miles One- way road One- way road 1 "Proceed about 4 miles to the traffic circle." "In a quarter of a mile, traffic circle ahead, and then 3rd exit ahead." "The 3rd exit ahead." "The exit ahead." (Beep sound only) ∗: 2 The...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 177
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE INFORMATION D If the system cannot determine the current vehicle position correctly (in cases of poor GPS signal reception), the voice guidance may be made early or delayed. D If you did not hear the voice guidance command, touch the "MAP/ VOICE" button to hear...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 178
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE 3. Input an additional destination in the same way as the destination input. (See page 20.) (b) Reordering destinations When more than one destination is set, you can change the arrival order of the destinations. 1. Touch the "Route" switch. 4. Touch the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 179
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (c) Deleting destination You can delete a set destination. 1. Touch the "Route" switch. "Delete All": To delete all destinations on the list. 4. A message appears to confirm your request to delete. To delete the destination(s), touch the "Yes" switch. If you ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 180
    ..." screen appears. Touch the "Add" switch where you wish to add a preferred road. 2. Touch the ferred road". "Delete" switch of "Pre- "Next" switch to use another 3. When more than one preferred road is set, a list will appear on the screen. Touch the switch of the preferred road to be deleted. ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 181
    ... "Short" switch and touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the "Search Condition" switch. The "Search Condition" screen appears. The entire route from the starting point to the destination is displayed. "Guide": To start guidance. "Route": To add or change a route. (For details, see pages 42 and 44.) 46
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 182
    .... "Whole Route": If you touch this switch, the system will calculate an entire new route to the destination. This picture shows an example of how the system would guide you around a delay caused by a traffic jam. 1 This position indicates the location of a traffic jam caused by road repairs or an ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 183
    ... preference You are given a number of choices on the conditions which the system uses to determine the route to your destination. 1. Touch the "Route" switch.... start the route guidance from the adjacent road. (ex. When the route guidance guides the route on the freeway, but you drive on the parallel ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 184
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Show POI icons Points of Interest such as gas stations and restaurants can be displayed on the map screen. You can also set their location as a destination and use them for route guidance. 2. Touch the "Show POI Icon" switch to display a ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 185
    ... AND ROUTE GUIDANCE D To set a POI as a destination You can select one of the Points of Interest icons on the map screen as a destination and use it as route guidance. When you select a Point of Interest type from either the limited list or the complete list, the screen will display symbols at ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 186
    ..." switch. The entire route from the current position to the destination is displayed. "Guide": To start guidance. "Route": To change the route. (For details,... list. The street name closest to the starting point will be displayed with a mileage to the next turn. These marks indicate the direction in ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 187
    ...to the next destination in fast-forward mode. : To stop the preview. : To review the route to the previous destination or starting point. 2. Touch the "Route Preview" switch. : To review the route to the previous destination or starting point in fastforward mode. : To...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 188
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Screen configuration You can choose any one of the screen configurations. Depending on the conditions, it may not be possible to select certain screen configuration switches. : To display single map screen. (See page 53.) : To display dual map screen. (See ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 189
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (b) Dual map (c) Compass mode The screen shows the dual map. The map on the left is the main map. You can edit the right side map by touching any specific point on the right side map. This screen can perform the following procedures. D Changing the map scale...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 190
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE (d) Turn list screen (e) Arrow screen (f) Freeway information screen The screen shows the turn list. You cannot scroll through the list of roads. The screen shows the current road name and the distance to the next corner. This screen displays the distance ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 191
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE INFORMATION When you drive on a freeway, the screen is automatically divided into two parts, with freeway information screen on the right side. (g) Intersection guidance screen/guidance screen on freeway D Intersection guidance screen This screen automatically ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 192
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Distance and time to destination INFORMATION When the vehicle is on the guidance route, the distance measured along the route is displayed. Travel time is calculated based on the set vehicle speed information. (For details, see page 79.) However, when the ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 193
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE Foot print map For the area which is covered by the foot print map (Some areas in the following cities; Detroit, Chicago, N.Y., L.A), you can switch to the foot print map on a scale of 75 feet (25 m). D To switch to the foot print map The switch changes into ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 194
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE 2. Using an eight-direction arrow, move the cursor to the position of the building you wish to display information. 3. Touch the "Building Info." switch. 4. Details of POIs in some buildings may be displayed. If you wish to see detailed POI information, touch ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 195
    DESTINATION INPUT AND ROUTE GUIDANCE 60
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS SECTION ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Descriptions of functions for more effective use III 62 63 63 66 73 76 77 79 79 81 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 Suspending and resuming guidance ...Volume ...User selection ...My ...
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    ... the "Resume Guidance" switch. Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen and touch the "Suspend Guidance" switch. INFORMATION When you do not have route guidance, the "Suspend Guidance" switch cannot be used. The screen will change to the current position map with route guidance. 62
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Volume You can use voice guidance when approaching a destination. You can adjust the volume of the voice or turn off voice guidance. User selection The system can memorize the following settings for up to three users. D Map direction D Map scale D Guidance mode D Setup D Volume ...
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    ... screen will appear. To register, touch the "Yes" switch. To return to the previous screen, touch the "No" or "Back" switch. When you touch the switch already registered, this screen appears. To replace, touch the "Yes" switch. To cancel the replacement, touch the "No" or "Back" switch. 64
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change user D To delete user Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen. Then touch the "Select User" switch. Touch the "User wish to change. number" switch you Touch the "Delete" switch of "User number" you wish to delete. The above message appears, then the ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS My places You can register and keep your own memory points (like restaurants, sports facilities, etc.) and use the memory points to input a destination. (a) Registering memory points The confirmation screen appears. To delete, touch the...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 2. Touch the "Register" switch of the "Memory Points". A screen similar to the destination input screen appears. Input the desired point in the same way as inputting a destination. (See page 20.) When you finish memory point registration, the memory point data screen will ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS (b) Editing memory points The icon, attribute, name, location and/or telephone number of a registered memory point can be edited. 1. Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen and touch the "My Places" switch. 2. Touch the "Edit" switch of the "Memory Points". The ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change "Icon" Touch the desired icon. You can turn the page by touching "Page 1", "Page 2" or "With Sound" switch. "With Sound": To display sound icons. When your vehicle approaches the memory point, the sound which you chose will sound. Touch the desired sound icon. The ...
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    ..., set the attribute of the memory points as Home or Quick access 1 to 5. To replace the attribute, touch the "Yes" switch. To return to the previous ... "No" or "Back" switch. Touch the desired attribute. It is possible to replace a registered attribute. To delete the attribute, touch the switch. "...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change "Name" D To change "Location" To delete an attribute, touch the "Yes" switch. To return to the previous screen, touch the "No" or "Back" switch. Touch the alphabet and/or numeral keys. When the entry has been completed, touch the "OK" switch on the screen. The ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change "Phone #" (telephone number) (c) Deleting memory points 1. Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen and touch the "My Places" switch. Touch numeral keys. When the entry has been completed, touch the "OK" switch on the screen. The previous screen will be ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Area to avoid Areas you wish to avoid because of traffic jams, construction work or other reasons can be registered as areas to avoid. Push the "MENU" button to display the "Menu" screen and then touch the "My Places" switch to display the following screen. (a) Registering area...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS (b) Editing area to avoid 1. Touch the "Edit" switch of the "Areas to Avoid" to display the "Edit Area to Avoid" screen. 4. Touch either or switch to change the size of the area to avoid. 3. Touch the "Name" , "Location" or "Area Size" switch on this screen. 2. To edit an ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS D To change "Name" D To change "Location" D To change "Area size" Touch alphabet or numeral keys. When the entry has been completed, touch the "OK" switch on the screen. The previous screen will be displayed. D "Show Name" The avoid area name can be set to be displayed or not...
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    ... the previous screen will be displayed. "Default": This switch initializes all of the settings. "Calibration": You can adjust the current vehicle position mark manually. "Distance": You can select "km" or "miles" as the distance unit. "Estimated Travel Time": You can set the system to display the ...
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    ... calibration When driving, the current vehicle position mark will be automatically corrected by GPS signals. If GPS reception is poor due to location, you can manually adjust the current vehicle position mark. 2. Touch the ibration". "Adjust" switch of "Cal- 1. Push the "MENU" button to display ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 213
    .... Touch the "Enter" switch and the map screen will be displayed. D Tire change calibration The tire change calibration function will be used when replacing the tires. This function will adjust the mis-calculation caused by the circumference difference between the...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Distance unit 1. Push the "MENU" button. Estimated travel time You can set the speed that is used for the calculation of the estimated travel time. 2. Touch the "Setup" switch. 3. Touch the "km" or "miles" switch of "Distance" to choose the distance unit. The selected switch ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS INFORMATION D The displayed time to the destination is the approximate driving time that is calculated based on the speeds you selected and your actual position along the guidance route. D The time shown on the screen may vary greatly depending on your progress along the route, ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Auto reroute When the "Auto Reroute" feature is turned on, the system will automatically search for a new route to the destination if you strays from the guidance route. This feature does not operate while you are driving on roads where guidance is not available. To turn the "...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Auto voice guidance When the "Auto Voice Guidance" feature is turned on, the voice guidance can be heard automatically. When the "Auto Voice Guidance" feature is turned off, the voice guidance can be heard only if you push the "MAP/ VOICE" button. To turn the "Auto Voice ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 218
    ...on, you can hear the voice guidance in all modes. When the "Voice Guidance in All Modes" feature is turned off, voice guidance cannot be heard when you using the audio system. To turn the "Voice Guidance in All Modes" on: 1. Push the "MENU" button. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Auto Voice Guidance"....
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Notifying traffic restriction When the "Notify Traffic Restriction" feature is turned on, the system notifies you of traffic or seasonal restriction. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Voice Guidance in All Modes" and touch the "OK" switch. To turn the "Notify Traffic Restriction" ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Intersection guidance When the "Intersection Guidance" feature is turned on, the system will display the intersection guidance screen if you drive with route guidance. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Notify Traffic Restriction" and touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the "Setup" ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Guidance screen on freeway When the "Guidance Screen on Freeway" feature is turned on, the system will display the lane guidance screen if you drive on a freeway with route guidance. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Intersection Guidance" and touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the "...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Street name on scroll map When the "Street Name on Scroll Map" feature is turned on, the system will display the name of a street where the cursor is positioned on the scroll map. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Guidance Screen on Freeway" and touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Display of building shape When the "Display Building Shape" feature is turned on, the system will display the building shape on the map screen using a scale of 150 feet (50 m) to 300 feet (100 m). 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Street Name on Scroll Map" and touch the "OK" switch....
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Screen layout function Function) ( You can set display or hide each switch and current street name on the map screen. 1. Push the "MENU" button. 3. Touch the "On" switch of "Display Building Shape" and touch the "OK" switch. 3. Touch the "Change" switch of the " Function". 2....
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS POI category change (Show POI Icons) You can choose 6 icons displayed on the "Show POI Icons" top screen, so that you can easily set which icons to display on the map screen. 2. Touch the "Setup" switch. Then switch twice to display page 3 of touch the "Setup" screen. 3. ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Delete previous point You can delete your previous destination. 1. Push the "MENU" button. 5. Touch the switch corresponding to the desired category. Then touch the "OK" switch. 2. Touch the "Setup" switch. Then touch switch twice to display page 3 of the "Setup" screen. 3. ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Map color 1. Push the "MENU" button. 4. Touch the switch you want to delete. For efficient previous point search, previous points can be sorted by the "Date" or "Name" switch. 5. To delete the point, touch the "Yes" switch. To cancel the deletion, touch the "No" switch. 2. ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 3. Touch the desired color for day and/or night map color and then touch the "OK" switch to return the map screen. Touch the "Normal" switch to return to the default map color. Screen animation When the "Screen Animation" feature is turned on, some switches and screens become ...
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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 94
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS SECTION OTHER FUNCTIONS Other functions IV Maintenance information ...96 Calendar with memo ...101 Screen adjustment ...108 Screen setting ...109 95
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS Maintenance information This system informs you when to replace certain parts or components and shows dealer information (if registered) on the screen. (See "Information items" on page 97.) When the ...
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    ...When your vehicle needs to be serviced, the icon color will change to orange. Information items Oil change Replace oil filter ...scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement". D Depending on the driving or the road conditions, the...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (a) Register dealer Replace engine coolant You can register the dealer name, staff, location and phone number. Replace brake fluid Replace ATF 2. Enter the location of ... Touch the "Set Dealer" switch on the "Maintenance" screen. Replace air filter Scheduled maintenance Personal ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (b) Edit dealer After you input the dealer, the screen changes and displays the map location of the dealer. If it is OK, touch the "Enter" switch. The screen changes to "Edit Dealer" screen. (See "(b) Edit dealer".) You can edit the dealer name, staff, location and phone number. ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS D To edit "Dealer" or "Contact" D To edit "Location" D To edit "Phone #" (telephone number) To input the name, touch the alphabet, numeral and/or umlaut keys. You can input up to 24 letters. After inputting, touch the "OK" switch at the bottom right of the screen. The previous ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (c) Delete dealer (d) Set as destination Calendar with memo 1. Touch the "Delete Dealer" switch on the screen. 2. A message will appear on the screen. To delete, touch the "Yes" switch. To cancel the deletion, touch the "No" or "Back" switch. Touch the "Enter " switch on "Set ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (a) Inputting a memo To display the "Information Menu" screen, push the "INFO" button. Then touch the "Calendar" switch. The current date is circled in yellow. If the current date is not displayed on the screen, touch the "Today" switch to display the current month calendar. 1. ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS D Memo D Location Touch the "Memo" switch to enter text. Enter text using the keys. You can enter text up to 24 letters. After entering the text, touch the "OK" switch at the bottom right of the screen. Touch the "Location" switch to set location. A screen similar to the ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS D Mark color D Date color The date inputted is marked as shown above. You can choose the desired mark and/or date color. Touch the "Mark" switch. Touch the "Date" switch. Touch your desired color for the mark. 104
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (b) Adding a memo (c) Deleting a memo Touch your desired color for the date. You can set a color of the mark and/or date for the date you added the memo and/or location. To default the date color, touch the "Delete" switch on the screen. After you choose the date and/or mark ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (d) Editing a memo (e) Memo list To edit the memo, touch the corresponding date, and then touch the memo you wish to edit. Touch the switch. "Memo" or "Location" 1. To list the memos you added, touch the "List" switch. 106
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS 2. Touch the desired search condition to list the memos. The "Memo list" is displayed on the screen. To display the memos listed in a desired period, touch the "Period" switch. Touch the number keys. After setting the period, touch the "OK" switch. The "Memo list" screen will be ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS Screen adjustment The brightness or contrast of the screen can be adjusted depending on the brightness of your surroundings. You can also turn the display off. To display the "Display" screen push the "DISPLAY" button. The screen goes off when you touch the "SCREEN OFF" switch. To...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS Screen setting 1. Push the "INFO" button to display the "Information Menu" screen. (a) Automatic transition You can select a function that enables automatic return to the navigation screen from the audio screen. Depending on the position of the headlight switch, the screen ...
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    OTHER FUNCTIONS (b) Back ground color You can select a back ground color. Select the desired back ground color and then touch the "OK" switch. 110
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    AUDIO SYSTEM SECTION AUDIO SYSTEM Audio system V Quick reference ...112 Using your audio system ...113 Car audio system operating hints ...128 V 111
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    ... 6 7 Function switch display screen Touch the switches displayed on the screen to control the radio and compact disc player. For details, see page 114. "TUNE..., see pages 114 and 126. "SCAN" button Push this button to scan radio stations or scan the tracks on a compact disc. For details, see pages ...
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    ...off, and turn it to adjust the volume. For details, see page 113. Using your audio system - - Some basics This section describes some of the.... Turn this knob to adjust the volume. The system turns on in the last mode used. "AUDIO": Push this button to display switches for audio system (audio control...
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    ... was previously playing, it will come on again. The switches for radio and compact disc player operation ... control mode is selected. Touch them lightly and directly on the screen. The selected switch is... dimmed D Wipe off fingerprints on the surface of the display using a glass cleaning cloth. 114
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    AUDIO SYSTEM (b) Tone and balance How good an audio program sounds to you is largely determined by the mix of the treble, ...and vocal programs usually sound better with different mixes of treble, mid-range, and bass. A good balance of the left and right stereo channels and of the front and rear sound...
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    ... play from track 1 again. - Radio operation NOTICE Never try to disassemble or oil any part of the compact disc player. Do not insert anything other... about satellite radio broadcast, see "- Radio operation (XM satellite radio broadcast)" on page 119. Turn the knob clockwise...
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    ...fuse. (c) Selecting a station Tune in the desired station using one of the following methods. Preset tuning:..." switch or push the "SCAN" button again. (d) Radio Data System Your audio system... messages from radio stations, - search for a stronger signal station. RDS features are available for the use...
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    ... on the display. "MSG" (MESSAGE) switch If the system receives a radio text from RDS station, "MSG" appears on the display. Touch the "... the "MSG" switch, indication on the display changes from the band to the station name, a radio text in this order. After six seconds passes, indication returns to ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 254
    ... radio broadcast) To listen to a satellite radio broadcast in your vehicle, an additional genuine Toyota satellite receiver and antenna must be purchased ... provided, which are subject to the terms and conditions of the XM radio customer service agreement. Customers should have their ...
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    AUDIO SYSTEM Satellite tuner technology notice: Toyota's satellite radio tuners are awarded Type Approval Certificates from XM Satellite Radio Inc. on... the radio ID when activating XM service or when reporting a problem. If you select the "CH 000" using the "TUNE" ...
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    AUDIO SYSTEM Turn this knob to select the next or previous channel. If you turn continuously, you can rapidly scroll forward or down through the channels. (d) Channel category When the channel category appears, touch either "TYPEA" or "TYPE"" switch to switch to the next or previous category. ...
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    AUDIO SYSTEM (f) Selecting a channel Tune in the desired channel using one of the following methods. Preset tuning: Touch the switch (1 - 6)..." switch or push the "SCAN" button briefly. "SCAN" appears on the display. The radio will find the next channel in the same channel category, stay there for a ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 258
    ... XM antenna cable is attached securely. A short-circuit occurs in the antenna or the surrounding antenna cable. See a Toyota certified dealer. You have not subscribed to the XM satellite radio. The radio is being updated with the latest ...
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    ...'s right to operate the equipment. NOTICE This XM tuner supports "Audio Services" (Music and Talk) of only XM satellite radio and "Text Information"* linked to the respective "Audio Services". *Text Information includes, Station Name, (Artist)...
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    AUDIO SYSTEM - Compact disc player operation (a) Playing a compact disc The slot for the compact disc player is behind the display. To insert a compact disc, push the "OPEN" button to lower the display. Put the compact disc in the slot with the label side up. The player will automatically start ...
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    AUDIO SYSTEM To stop and eject the compact disc, push the "OPEN" button to lower the display. Push the " button. "DISC Push the "DISC" button if a compact disc is already loaded in the slot. "CD" appears on the screen. 126
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    ... Selecting a desired track "SEEK/TRACK" button: Use for a direct access to a desired track. Push ... compact disc player functions "RPT" switch: Use it for automatic repeat of the track you are currently ... the switch once again. "RAND" switch: Use it for automatic and random selection. When the switch ...
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    ... other than a Compact Disc into the slot. z The use of a cellular phone inside or near the vehicle may ... reception does not mean there is a problem with your radio - it is just the normal result of conditions ... problems that probably do not indicate a problem with your radio: FM Fading and drifting ...
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    ... DISCS D Your compact disc player is intended for use with 12 cm (4.7 in.) discs only. D Extremely high... compact disc player from working. On hot days, use the air conditioning to cool the vehicle interior before... disc from the player and wait until it dries. D Use only compact discs marked as shown ...
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    ...- NOTICE To prevent damage to the player or changer, do not use special shaped, low quality or labeled discs such as those ... could cause the player to skip or to repeat a section of a track. (To see a pin hole, hold the disc up to the light.) D Remove discs from the compact disc player when you are ...
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    ... To clean a compact disc: Wipe it with a soft, lint-free cloth that has been dampened with water. Wipe in a straight line from the center to the edge of the disc (not in circles). Dry it with another soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use a conventional record cleaner or anti-static device. V 131
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    ...manual carefully to ensure proper use. Keep this manual in your vehicle at all times. The Navigation ... that is unfamiliar to you in an efficient manner. The system uses the maps of DENSO. The calculated routes may ... will guide you there. The system will provide both a visual map and audio instructions...
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    Important information about this manual For safety reasons, this manual indicates items requiring particular attention with the following marks. ..." or "Français" to select a language. Read Touch and follow the instructions. When you touch the "I Agree" switch on the screen, the map screen appears. ...
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    Safety Instruction Prior to the actual use of this system, learn how to use it and become thoroughly familiar with it. Read the entire...you understand the system. Do not allow others to use this system until they have read and understood the instructions in this manual. For your safety, some functions...
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    ... do not totally rely on voice guidance. Use it just for your information. If the system .... Therefore, before you follow any instruction from the system, look to see whether you ... is this system a substitute for the driver's personal judgement. Use this system only in locations where it is legal to do ...
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    Your navigation system - - Quick reference North-up or heading-up symbol This symbol indicates a map view with north-up or heading-up. Touching this symbol changes the map orientation...9 2 Scale indicator This figure indicates the map scale...9 3 "INFO" button Push this button to display the "...
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    "Map View" switch Touch this switch to obtain information regarding the route to the destination and information about the POI (Points of Interest) on map screen...49, 51, 52 9 "AOFF" switch Touch this switch to obtain a broader view, some of the switches on the screen are not displayed. They ...
  • 2004 Toyota Solara | Navigation Manual - Page 274
    ... 1 "Address" switch You can input the house number and the street address by using the input keys...22 2 "POI Name" switch You can select one of ...33 6 "Emergency" switch You can select one of the three categories of emergency service points that have been already stored in the system's database...32 ...
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    ...access switch You can select one of 5 preset destinations directly. To use this function, it is necessary to set the "Attribute" for each memory point. (...select your own home without entering the address each time. To use this function, it is necessary to set the "Attribute" for the memory point. (To...
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    - "Menu" screen The switches below perform the following operations. 1 "Map DVD" switch Displays information regarding the disc version or covered area...12 2 "Select User" switch Enables recall of up to three memorized user setting patterns...63 3 "Setup" switch Enables various settings for the ...



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