2005 Toyota Highlander Owners Manual

2005 Toyota Highlander Manual

2005 Toyota Highlander manual table of contents:

  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 1
    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) SECTION Overview of instruments and controls 1− 1 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Instrument panel overview ...2 Instrument cluster overview ...10 Indicator symbols on the instrument panel ...11 1 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 2
    ...3. Center vents 4. Electric moon roof switch and personal lights 5. Garage door opener 6. Auxiliary boxes 7. Side vents 8. Power door lock switches 9. ...remote control switches 19. Hood lock release lever 20. Parking brake pedal 21. Window lock switch 2 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 3
    ...3. Center vents 4. Electric moon roof switch and personal lights 5. Garage door opener 6. Auxiliary boxes 7. Side vents 8. Power door lock switches 9. ...remote control switches 18. Hood lock release lever 19. Parking brake pedal 20. Window lock switch 3 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 4
    ... and washer switches 3. Emergency flasher switch 4. Clock 5. Front passenger's seat belt reminder light 6. Rear window and outside rear view mirror defogger ... switch 16. Tilt steering lock release lever 17. Tire pressure warning system reset switch 4 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 5
    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) 18. Power outlet (115 VAC) main switch 19. Rear heater main switch 20. Theft deterrent system/engine immobilizer system indicator light 21. Power rear view mirror control switches 5 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 6
    ... switches 3. Emergency flasher switch 4. Clock 5. Front passenger's seat belt reminder light 6. Air conditioning controls and multi −information display 7. ... switch 16. Tilt steering lock release lever 17. Tire pressure warning system reset switch 6 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 7
    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) 18. Power outlet (115 VAC) main switch 19. Rear heater main switch 20. Theft deterrent system/engine immobilizer system indicator light 21. Power rear view mirror control switches 7 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 8
    ... separate "Navigation System Owner's Manual".) 5. Front passenger's seat belt reminder light 6. Navigation system including air conditioning controls (See the ...models) 14. Cruise control switch 15. Ignition switch 16. Tilt steering lock release lever 8 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 9
    ...VAC) main switch 19. Rear heater main switch 20. Theft deterrent system/engine immobilizer system indicator light 21. Power rear view mirror control switches 9 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 10
    ... (L/O 0409) Instrument cluster overview 1. Tachometer 2. Service reminder indicators and indicator lights 3. Speedometer 4. Fuel gauge 5. Low fuel level ...Trip meter reset knob 8. Odometer and two trip meters 9. Instrument panel light control knob 10 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 11
    ... (four −wheel drive models) SRS warning light∗1 Front passenger's seat belt reminder light∗1 Discharge warning light∗1 Low engine oil... warning light∗1 or Malfunction indicator lamp∗1 Low windshield light∗1 washer fluid level warning 11 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 12
    ... indicators and warning buzzers" on page 135 in Section 1−6. If this light flashes, see "Cruise control" on page 165 in Section 1−7. Turn signal indicator lights or Automatic transmission indicator lights Overdrive−off indicator light 12 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 13
    ... system ...Wireless remote control ...Side doors ...Power windows ...Back door ...Hood ...Theft deterrent system ...Fuel tank cap ...Electric moon roof ... 13 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 14
    ...if you need additional keys, duplicates can be made by a Toyota dealer using the key number. We recommend writing...(black)-These keys work in every lock. Your Toyota dealer will need one of them to make a new...key (gray)-This key will not work in the glove box. 14 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 15
    ... the system or start the engine. To protect items locked in the glove box when using valet parking, leave the sub key with the attendant. ... keys of other vehicles) from the ring or while gripping or covering them with your hand to start the engine. 15 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 16
    ... should lose your keys or if you need additional keys, duplicates can be made by a Toyota dealer using the key number. We recommend writing down the key number and storing it in a safe place. z Do not bend the key grip. 16 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 17
    ... indicator light will start flashing to show the system is set. In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer. D The indicator light stays on. D The indicator light does not start flashing ... enables the engine to start. The indicator light will go off. 17 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 ...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 18
    ... not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. 1. "LOCK" switch 2. "UNLOCK" switch 3. "PANIC" switch 18 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 19
    ... lose your transmitter, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to avoid the possibility... transmitters for the same vehicle. Contact your Toyota dealer for detailed information. NOTICE: This equipment... by one or more of the following measures: 19 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 20
    ... locked simultaneously. At this time, one beep will be heard, and the turn signal lights flash once. ... beep can be disabled. For details, contact your Toyota dealer. To unlock: Push the "UNLOCK" switch ... device. Unlocking operation Locking operation 20 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 21
    ..., and the turn signal lights flash once. The timing for the automatic door lock function can be changed. For details, contact your Toyota dealer. If the ... beep does not operate as expected, repeat this procedure from step 1. 21 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 22
    ... to lose the components. z Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by a Toyota dealer. z Dispose... and tail lights. The "PANIC" switch is used to deter vehicle theft when you witness... the ignition key from the "LOCK" to "ON" position. 22 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 23
    ... transmitter battery by ballpoint pen. Insert the tip of ballpoint pen at the guide groove and lift as shown in the above illustration. 3. Put ...z Do not touch or move any components inside the transmitter, or it may interfere with proper operation. 23 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 24
    .... This double key turning operation to unlock all the side doors and back door can be changed to a single key turning operation. For details, contact your Toyota dealer. 24 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 25
    ... door. Be careful not to lock your keys in the vehicle. The door cannot be locked when either front door is open and the key is in the ignition. Passenger's side 25 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 26
    ... and locked, especially when small children are in the vehicle. Along with the proper use of seat belts, locking the doors helps prevent the driver and passengers ... knob, and then unlock all the doors and back door with the power door lock switch. 26 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 27
    ... it. The window will fully open or close. To stop the window partway, lightly move the switch in the opposite direction and then release it. Jam ...window frame. If the window receives a strong impact, this function may work even if nothing is caught. 27 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 28
    .... To open: Push down the switch. To close: Pull up the switch. If you push in the window lock switch on the driver's door, the passengers' windows cannot be operated. 28 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 29
    .... To stop the window partway, release the key. This feature can be disabled. For details, contact your Toyota dealer. CAUTION To avoid serious personal injury,... use of the switches. D Be sure to remove the ignition key when you leave your vehicle. 29 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 30
    ... closing the back door, try pulling it up to make sure it is securely closed. See "-Stowage precautions" on page 313 in Section 2 for precautions when loading luggage. 30 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 31
    ... Before driving, be sure that the hood is closed and securely locked. Otherwise, the hood may open unexpectedly while driving and an accident may occur. 31 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 32
    ...are closed and locked. CAUTION After inserting the support rod into the slot, make sure the rod supports the hood securely from falling down on to your head or body. 32 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 33
    ... becomes discharged due to the vehicle being unused for a long time, etc., when the battery is recharged or replaced, the system will give the alarm. If this ... system has been alarmed. Check to see if there is any abnormality with your vehicle. 33 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 34
    ... and then reconnected. If the system does not work properly, have it checked by your Toyota dealer. This indicates that the fuel filler door is on the left side of your ... out of the filler neck if the cap is suddenly removed. 34 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 35
    ... driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as ... the event of an accident. D Use only a genuine Toyota fuel tank cap for replacement. It is designed to regulate fuel tank... the cap. Do not pull or pry it. 35 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 36
    ...roof To operate the moon roof, use the switch between the personal lights. The moon roof works when the ignition switch is in the "... switch is depressed and stop when released. Tilting operation The sun shade will be opened together with the roof. 36 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 37
    .... If the moon roof cannot be operated properly, have it checked by your Toyota dealer. CAUTION To avoid serious personal injury, you must do the ...up fully. If the moon roof receives a strong impact, this function may work even if nothing is caught. 37 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 38
    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) D Be sure to remove the ignition key when you leave your vehicle. D Never leave anyone (particularly a small ... The jam protection function may not work if something gets caught just before the moon roof is fully closed. 38 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 39
    ...Seats ...Front seats ...Rear seats ...Flattening seatbacks ...Seat heaters ...Head restraints ...Armrests ...Seat belts ...SRS airbags ...Child restraint ... 39 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 40
    ... provides you with a clear margin of safety. This distance is measured from the center of the steering wheel to your breastbone. ...you can change your driving position in several ways: D If your steering wheel ... still reaching the pedals comfortably. 40 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 41
    ... the side airbag system from activating correctly, disable the system or cause the side airbag system to inflate accidentally, resulting in death or serious injury. 41 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 42
    ... and release the lever. 2. SEAT CUSHION ANGLE ADJUSTING KNOB To change the angle of the seat cushion on the front side, turn the knob either way. 3. ... Lean forward and pull the lever up. Then lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. 42 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 43
    ...are sitting up straight and well back in the seats. If you are reclined, the lap belt may slide past your hips ...SWITCH ANGLE ADJUSTING Move the adjusting switch in the desired direction. Releasing the switch will stop the seatback at that position. 43 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 44
    ... back against the seat to make sure the seat is locked in position. Press either side of the switch. The amount of lumber support will change while the switch is pressed. 44 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 45
    ... Hold the center of the lever and pull it up. Then slide the seat to the desired position with slight body pressure and release the lever. 2. ... that the seat does not hit a passenger or luggage. Vehicles with third seat Vehicles without third seat 45 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 46
    ... forward with the luggage cover hooks attached. CAUTION After putting back the seat, try pushing the seat forward and rearward to make sure it is secured in place. 46 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 47
    ... seat. This prevents the shoulder belt from being damaged. CAUTION The seat belt must be removed from the hangers when they are in use. Vehicles without third seat 47 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 48
    ... rearward on the top of the seatback. Failure to do so will prevent the seat belt from operating properly. CAUTION Be careful that the seat does ... not twisted or caught in the seatback and are arranged in their proper position and are ready to use. 48 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 49
    ... forward with the luggage cover hooks attached. D Make sure the seat belts are not twisted or caught in the seatback and are arranged in... is secured in place. See "-Stowage precautions" on page 313 in Section 2 for precautions when loading luggage. 49 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 50
    ... adjusting the seatback, push your body back against the seat to make sure the seat is locked in position. D Be careful that the seat does not hit a passenger or luggage. 50 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 51
    ... tabs into the slot as shown above. Make sure the tabs are securely locked in the slot. NOTICE The seat belt must be stowed before you fold the seatback. 51 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 52
    ..." on page 313 in Section 2 for precautions when loading luggage. RETURNING THIRD SEAT Pull the seatback adjusting lever to unlock the seatback and fold up the seatback to its upright lock position. From rear 52 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 53
    ...locks. 2. Remove the head restraint. Hold the center of the lever and pull it up. Then slide the front seat further forward than the front −most lock position. 53 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 54
    ...: 1. Hold the center of the lever and pull it up, sliding the second seat to the rear −most position. Then pull the seat forward slightly until it locks. 54 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 55
    ...its original position, and seatback to make sure Be certain to try pushing forward and it is secured replace head the seat rearward in...flatten the seatback. After returning the seat to its original position, be certain to replace the head restraint. 55 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 56
    ...seat and "R" switch for the right front seat). At this time, the indicator light will illuminate to indicate the seat heater is operating. To turn off...not use the seat heater with a blanket, cushion, or other insulating objects which cover the seat. 56 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 57
    ...such adjustment is desired, pull or push the base of the head restraint. make sure it is locked in position. D Do not drive with the head restraints removed. Second seats 57 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 58
    ..., pull it down as shown in the illustrations. Seat belts- -Seat belt precautions Toyota strongly urges that the driver and passengers in the vehicle be properly restrained at all times with ... putting heavy loads on it. Front seats Second seat 58 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 59
    ... possible over the hips and not on the waist. Injured person. Toyota recommends the use of a seat belt. Depending on the injury, first check with your doctor for ...a severe impact. The entire assembly should be replaced even if damage is not obvious. 59 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 60
    ... through the latch D If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat until the seat belt is fixed, because it...protect an adult occupant or your child from injury. 60 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 61
    ...as possible. der your arm. D Do not place the shoulder belt un- Seat belts with an adjustable shoulder anchor- Adjust the shoulder anchor ... lock release button and slide the anchor down. After adjustment make sure the anchor is locked in position. 61 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 62
    ... belts are 3 −point type restraint with 2 buckles. Both seat belt buckles must be correctly located and securely latched for proper operation. Make... place. Buckle 1-Properly matches with concave end tab Buckle 2-Properly matches with round end tab 62 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 63
    ... 1 and allow the belt to retract. CAUTION Do not use the third seat seat belt with either buckle released. Fastening only the shoulder belt or lap belt may cause severe personal injury in case of sudden braking or a collision. 63 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 64
    ...The second and third seat seat belt buckles can be stowed when not in use. Seat belt buckles must be stowed before you fold the seatback. (See ...Section.) Second seat (vehicles with third seat) Second seat (vehicles without third seat) Third seats 64 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 65
    ... securely because they are not long enough, a personalized seat belt extender is available from your Toyota dealer free of charge. Please contact your... vehicle, for another person, or at a different seating position than the one originally intended. 65 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 66
    ... (L/O 0409) D Make sure the "AIRBAG ON" indicator light is illuminated when using the seat belt extender for the front passenger seat. If the "AIRBAG ..., not on the seat belt. This helps prevent damage to the vehicle interior and extender itself. 66 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 67
    ... tab and buckle. D If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat until the seat belt is fixed, because it ... protect an adult occupant or your child from injury. 67 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 68
    ... following changes without consulting your Toyota dealer. Such changes can interfere with proper operation of the seat belt pretensioners in some cases... injury. Consult your Toyota dealer about any repair and modification. 6. Airbag sensor assembly 68 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 69
    ... seat belt pretensioners are operating properly. If any of the this indicates or seat belt Toyota dealer following conditions occurs, a malfunction of the ... pretensioner. D The seat belt pretensioner assembly or surrounding area has been damaged. 69 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 70
    ... serious injury or being thrown out of the vehicle. For instructions and precautions concerning the seat belt system, see "Seat belts" on page 58 in this Section. 70 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 71
    ... or child who is too small to use a seat belt should be properly secured using a child restraint system. Toyota strongly recommends that all infants and children be ...the vehicle, deployment of the SRS front airbags may occur. 71 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 72
    ... the designed threshold level, the system triggers the airbag inflators. At this time a chemical reaction in the inflators very quickly fills the airbags with non−...) 6. Front passenger's switch seat belt buckle 7. Driver's seat belt buckle switch 72 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 73
    ...too close to the steering wheel or dashboard during airbag deployment can be killed or seriously injured. Toyota strongly recommends that: D The driver sit as far back as possible from the steering wheel while... and always use your seat belt properly. 73 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 74
    ... serious injury. D Toyota strongly recommends that all infants and children be placed in the rear seat of... follow these instructions can result in death or serious injury. Consult your Toyota dealer about...Child restraint" on page 91 in this Section. 74 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 75
    ..., this indicates a malfunction of the airbags or seat belt pretensioners. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. D The light does not come on ... on for more than 6 seconds or flashes. D The light comes on or starts flashing while driving. 75 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 76
    ...classification system. In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible: NOTICE Do ...before contacting your Toyota dealer. D The SRS front airbags have been inflated. D The front ...) is scratched, cracked, or otherwise damaged. 76 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 77
    ... the curtain shield airbags on both sides work with the seat belts to help reduce injury by inflating. The curtain shield airbags help ... passenger and second outside passengers in addition to the primary safety protection provided by the seat belts. 77 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 78
    ... or child who is too small to use a seat belt should be properly secured using a child restraint system. Toyota strongly recommends that all infants and ... and precautions concerning the seat belt system, see "Seat belts" on page 58 in this Section. 78 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 79
    ... from the side. Always wear your seat belts properly. The SRS side airbags are not generally designed to inflate if the vehicle is involved in a ... area suffers a severe impact from the side or vehicle rollover. Always wear your seat belts properly. 79 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 80
    ...SRS curtain shield airbags may inflate if the angle of vehicle tip−up is marginal or if the skidding vehicle's tires hit a curb stone... deploy if a serious impact occurs to the underside of your vehicle. Some examples are shown in the illustration. 80 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 81
    ... side airbag inflators and/or the curtain shield airbag inflators. At this time a chemical reaction in the inflators quickly fills the airbags with non−toxic .... D Remain properly seated with their backs upright and against the seats at all times. 81 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 82
    ...'s side door, since the side airbag and curtain shield airbag could inflate with considerable speed and force. Otherwise, he/she may be killed or ... a side airbag, and to the front pillar, rear pillar and roof side rail with a curtain shield airbag. 82 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 83
    ..., roof side rail and assist grips. When the curtain shield airbag inflates, the microphone or other device or object will be thrown away with great force or the curtain shield airbag may not activate correctly, resulting in death or serious injury. 83 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 84
    ... perform any of the following changes without consulting your Toyota dealer. Such changes can interfere with proper operation of the SRS side airbag ...the system or cause the side airbags to inflate accidentally, resulting in death or serious injury. 84 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 85
    ... a malfunction of the airbags or seat belt pretensioners. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. If the light stays on, it indicates ...or remains on for more than 6 seconds or flashes. D The light comes on or starts flashing while driving. 85 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 86
    ... your hands or feet on the front passenger seat seatback from the rear passenger seat. NOTICE Do not disconnect the battery cables before contacting your Toyota dealer. 86 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 87
    ... front passenger seat and front passenger's seat belt pretensioner. The "AIRBAG OFF" indicator light will be illuminated when the ignition switch is in the ... to the rear seat, or if that is not possible, move the front passenger seat fully rearward. 87 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 88
    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) The SRS warning light and "AIRBAG OFF" indicator light will come on if there is a malfunction in the front passenger occupant classification system. 88 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 89
    ... OFF" Not illuminated "AIRBAG OFF" Front passenger's seat belt reminder light Flashing∗4 Flashing∗4 Off Off Deactivated Deactivated ... installing the child restraint system.) ∗4 : In the event that the front passenger does not wear a seat belt. 89 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 90
    ...the following. D Make sure the "AIRBAG ON" indicator light is illuminated when using the seat belt extender for the front passenger seat. If the ... seat by putting your hands or feet on the front passenger seat seatback from the rear passenger seat. 90 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 91
    ... seat or subject it to severe impact. Otherwise, the SRS warning light may come on to indicate a malfunction of the detection system. In this case, contact your Toyota dealer immediately. 91 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 92
    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) D Toyota strongly urges use of a proper child restraint system which conforms to the size of the ... if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, and the impact could cause death or serious injury to the child. 92 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 93
    ...with the lap portion of the lap/shoulder belt. You must carefully consult the manufacturer's instructions which accompany the child restraint ... with child restraint lower anchorages" on page 107 in this Section. (A) Infant seat (B) Convertible seat 93 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) -Installation with seat belt (C) Booster seat (A) INFANT SEAT INSTALLATION An infant seat must be used in rear... injury to the child if the rear −facing child restraint system is installed on the front passenger seat. 94 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through or around the infant seat following the instructions provided by its manufacturer and insert the ...not allow sufficient space for safe installation, install the child restraint system on the right second seat. 95 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... While pressing against the seat let the shoulder it will go to hold ly. the infant seat firmly cushion and seatback, belt retract as far as the infant seat secure- 96 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... instructions provided by its manufacturer. 4. To remove the infant seat, press the buckle release button and allow the belt to retract ...about the applicable age and size of the child as well as directions for installing the child restraint system. 97 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... side airbag on the passenger side may deploy in an accident. Do not drive the vehicle in this condition. Remove the child restraint system and contact your Toyota dealer. 98 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the "AIRBAG OFF" indicator light is illuminated. In the event of an accident, the impact of the rapid inflation of the front passenger airbag could ...inflate with considerable speed and force. Otherwise, the child may be killed or seriously injured. 99 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... It is dangerous if the side airbag and curtain shield airbag inflate, and the impact could cause death or serious injury to the ... does not allow sufficient space for safe installation, install the child restraint system on the right second seat. 100 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...death or serious injury. Contact your Toyota dealer immediately. Do not install the child restraint system on the seat until the seat belt ... hold the convertible seat securely, make sure the belt is in the lock mode before letting the belt retract. 101 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the installation instructions provided by its manufacturer. 4. To remove the convertible seat, press the buckle release button and allow the belt to retract ... belt will move freely again and be ready to work for an adult or older child passenger. 102 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... possible even if the "AIRBAG OFF" indicator light is illuminated, because the front passenger airbag could inflate with considerable speed and force. Otherwise, the child may be killed or seriously injured. 103 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... seat. Run the lap and shoulder belt through or around the booster seat and across the child following the instructions provided by its manufacturer and ..., etc. in the buckle as this may prevent your child from properly latching the tab and buckle. 104 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... protect your child from death or serious injury. Contact your Toyota dealer immediately. Do not install the child restraint system on the seat until the seat ...a child restraint system that requires the use of a top strap. 105 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... of user ready anchor brackets. TO USE THE ANCHOR BRACKET: 1. Remove the head restraint. 2. Open the anchor bracket cover with the symbol as shown in the illustration. 106 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ..., and check that the child restraint system is secure by pushing and pulling it in different directions. Follow all the installation instructions provided by its manufacturer. 107 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... until it locks into place. Adjust the seatback to the 3rd lock position. Make sure the seatback is locked securely. Canada only Type A Canada only Type B 108 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ..., be sure that there are no irregular objects around the anchorages or that the seat belt is not caught. D Push and pull the child ..., the child or front seat occupant(s) may be killed or seriously injured in case of sudden braking or a collision. 109 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...1− 4 112 112 114 115 116 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Tilt steering wheel ...Outside rear view mirrors ...Anti−glare inside rear view mirror ...Auto anti−glare inside rear view mirror ...Sun visors ... 111 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... wheel, try moving it up and down to make sure it is locked in position. To change the steering wheel angle, hold the steering wheel, push down... and outside rear view mirror defoggers and windshield wiper de−icer" on page 128 in Section 1 −5.) 112 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... (left) or "R" (right). 2. Control switch-To move the mirror Push the switch in the desired direction. Mirrors can be adjusted when the key is in the "ACC" or "ON" position. 113 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... can just see the rear of your vehicle in the mirror. To reduce glare from the headlights of the vehicle behind you during night driving, operate the lever... and passenger side rear view mirrors must be extended and properly adjusted before driving. 114 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...is on. In automatic function mode, if the mirror detects light from the headlights of the vehicle behind you, the mirror surface darkens slightly ...the "MIRROR" switch. Adjust it before driving so that the rear view is in the best condition. Type B 115 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... 1). To block out glare from the side-Swing down the sun visor, remove it from the hook and swing it to the lateral side (position 2). If glare comes from obliquely behind you, extend the plate at the end of the visor (position 3). Type B 116 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... To use the vanity mirrors, swing down the main sun visor and slide the cover. Type A only-The vanity light comes on when you slide the cover. Type A Type B 117 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) SECTION Lights, Wipers and Defogger 1− 5 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Headlights and turn signals ...120 ... ...128 Rear window and outside rear view mirror defoggers and windshield wiper de −icer ...128 119 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... on the windshield to block this sensor. Position 3 ("AUTO")-Headlights and/or all of the lights in position 1 They automatically turn on or off... on the headlights if they are needed immediately when entering a dark tunnel, parking structure, etc. 120 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... Position above 2-Headlights and all of the You can flash the high beam headlights with the knob turned to "OFF". The lights automatically turn off when the .... If you are going to park for over one week, make sure the headlight switch is off. 121 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... rear turn signal bulb is burned out. See "Replacing light bulbs" on page 400 in Section 7 −3. You can flash the high beam headlights with the knob turned to "OFF". 122 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... where it might be a traffic hazard. Always pull as far off the road as possible. The turn signal light switch will not work when the emergency flashers are operating. 123 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... light switch has the following positions: "ON"-Keeps the light on all the time. "OFF"-Turns the light off. "DOOR"- Center: Turns the ... control transmitter simultaneously, the light will come on and remain on for about 15 seconds before fading out. 124 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... (L/O 0409) Personal lights The following adjustments can be made in this system. For details, contact your Toyota dealer. The personal lights operate separately with each lens. ... are Without moon roof locked when the light is still on. 125 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
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    ... can be made in this system. For details, contact your Toyota dealer. D All the side doors and back... can be made in this system. For details, contact your Toyota dealer. D Cancelling the door key or wireless remote... doors and back door are closed. 126 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the washer nozzles do not become blocked. If a nozzle becomes blocked, contact your Toyota dealer to have the vehicle serviced. NOTICE If a nozzle becomes blocked, do not ... of the windshield, push the lever up and release it. 127 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... after you release it. The rear window wiper operates while the washer squirts. For instructions on adding washer fluid, see "Adding washer fluid" on page 399 in Section 7−3. Without navigation system (type B) 128 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... or the wiper blades have de−iced. Leaving the defoggers on for a long time could cause the battery to discharge, especially during stop−and−go driving..., since the mirror surfaces can get hot, do not touch them when the defogger switch is on. 129 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Gauges, Meters and Service reminder indicators Fuel gauge ...Engine coolant temperature gauge ...Tachometer ...Odometer and two trip meters ...Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers ... 131 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...after driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. The gauge indicates the approximate quantity of fuel remaining in the ... air conditioning on in stop−and−go traffic. 132 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...2. Two trip meters-Show two different distances independently driven since the last time each trip meter was set to zero. You can use one trip meter ...NOTICE Do not let the indicator needle get into the red zone. This may cause severe engine damage. 133 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...trip meter A to trip meter B, then back to the odometer each time you push. To reset the trip meter A to zero, display the meter A reading...hold the knob until the meter is set to zero. The same process can be applied for resetting the trip meter B. 134 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... brake is off, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer. (b) (indicator and buzzer) Fasten driver's seat belt. (c) Fasten front passenger's seat belt. (d)... or Take vehicle to Toyota dealer. (g) Low fuel level warning light Fill up tank. 135 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...Toyota dealer immediately. (l) Take vehicle to Toyota dealer. (m) Adjust tire inflation pressure and turn off warning light by pushing reset switch for a few seconds. If warning light remains, contact Toyota dealer. (n) Add washer fluid. 136 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. Replace engine oil. (o) (p) Key reminder buzzer Remove key. 137 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... up the driver's seat belt. Once the ignition key is turned to "ON", the reminder light flashes and ... buckle up the seat belt. Once the ignition key is turned to "ON", the reminder light flashes if a...key is turned on with the parking brake released. 138 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
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    ... place and stop the engine immediately. Call a Toyota dealer or qualified repair shop for assistance. The light may occasionally flicker when the engine is ... does not go off even after several trips, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. 139 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... a malfunction somewhere in the components monitored by the warning light system. Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle. D The light does not come on when... will become extremely unstable during braking. 140 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... when applied, there is no problem to continue your driving. In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer: This light warns that the automatic ...ON". D The warning light comes on while driving. D The light comes on or flashes while driving. 141 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... every second, have the low tire pressure warning system checked at your Toyota dealer. If the light blinks twice every second, the low tire pressure warning system ...door with the ignition key in the "ACC" or "LOCK" position. 142 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...a few seconds.) If any service reminder indicator or warning buzzer does not function as described above, have it checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. 143 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... switch, Transmission and Parking brake Ignition switch with steering lock ...Automatic transmission ...Traction control system ...Vehicle stability control system ...Tire pressure warning system ...Parking brake ...Cruise control ... 145 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... with steering lock "LOCK"-Engine is off and the steering wheel is locked. The key can be removed only at this position. You must push in ...the "ON" position if the engine is not running. The battery will discharge and the ignition could be damaged. 146 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... on the instrument cluster. P: Parking, engine starting and key removal R: Reverse N: Neutral With the brake pedal depressed, shift while holding the ... while holding the lock release button in. Shift normally. Overdrive switch Snow mode button 147 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... switch again. The "O/D OFF" indicator light should go off. Always drive your vehicle with the overdrive on for better fuel economy and quieter driving. If the ...wheel drive models ...103 km/h (63 mph) Four −wheel drive models ...93 km/h (57 mph) 148 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... Do not continue hill climbing or hard towing for a long time in the "2" or "L" position. This may cause severe automatic transmission damage ...careful when downshifting on a slippery surface. Abrupt shifting could cause the vehicle to spin or skid. 149 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... engine braking efficiency, do not use overdrive. CAUTION Always keep your foot on the brake pedal while stopped with the engine running. This prevents the vehicle from creeping. 150 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... "P" position even though the brake pedal is depressed, use the shift lock override button. For instructions, see "If you cannot shift automatic transmission selector lever" on page 354 in Section 4. 151 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... on the instrument cluster. P: Parking, engine starting and key removal R: Reverse N: Neutral With the brake pedal depressed, shift while holding the ... engine braking L: Maximum engine braking Shift normally. Overdrive switch Snow mode button 152 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... switch again. The "O/D OFF" indicator light should go off. Always drive your vehicle with the overdrive on for better fuel economy and quieter driving. If ... drops down to or lower than 83 km/h (51 mph), and stronger engine braking will be enabled. 153 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...mph) z Do not continue hill climbing or hard towing for a long time in the "3", "2" or "L" position. This may cause severe automatic transmission damage from ... the vehicle is moving. Serious mechanical damage and loss of vehicle control may result. 154 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... pedal is depressed, use the shift lock override button. For instructions, see "If you cannot shift automatic transmission selector .... Do not attempt to hold the vehicle using the accelerator pedal, as this can cause the transmission to overheat. 155 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...turned to "ON". If the indicator light does not come on when the ignition is turned on, contact your Toyota dealer. CAUTION Under certain slippery road conditions, full ... −check mode, but does not indicate a malfunction. 156 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... to turn off the system. In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer: D The indicator light does not come on when the ignition key...problem to continue your driving. D The indicator light comes on with the normal driving mode while driving. 157 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...) Traction control system (four −wheel drive models) In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer: The traction control system automatically helps prevent the spinning of 4 wheels when ..., but does not indicate a malfunction. 158 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... following cases, contact your Toyota dealer: D The system controls the spinning of the 4 wheels. At this time, the slip indicator light blinks. D The .... However, as conventional braking operates when applied, there is no problem to continue your driving. 159 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (...
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    ... stability control system may not function correctly. When replacing the tires or wheels, contact your Toyota dealer. (See "Checking and replacing ... If the indicator light does not come on when the ignition is turned on, contact your Toyota dealer. 160 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... pressure warning system In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer: The tire pressure warning system is designed to provide warning when tire inflation pressure is ... operates when applied, there is no problem to continue your driving. 161 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (...
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    ...warning system checked at your Toyota dealer. LOW TIRE PRESSURE WARNING LIGHT This light comes on ...Contact your Toyota dealer. If the warning light blinks twice every second: The low tire pressure ... sharp turns is continued. or D Towing a trailer. 162 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... pressure to the specified level as soon as possible. D Avoid abrupt steering wheel maneuvering and braking. If the vehicle tires ... or rotating tires or wheels When initializing the system, the present tire condition is stored as a standard. 163 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... and hold the reset switch, have the low pressure warning system checked at your Toyota dealer. When the warning light blinks twice every second while ..., smooth and straight. D The number of passengers is 1 or 2 (including driver). 164 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...remind you that the parking brake is set, the parking brake reminder light in the instrument panel remains on until you release the parking brake... cancel the cruise control then downshift the transmission to use engine braking to slow down. Type B 165 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... than for the above cases, have your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer at the earliest opportunity. "CANCEL" CAUTION To avoid accidental cruise control engagement, keep the "ON−OFF" switch off when not using the cruise control. 166 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... light does not come on. D The indicator light flashes again. D The indicator light goes out after it comes on. If this is the case, contact your Toyota dealer and have your vehicle inspected. 167 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...seat entertainment system ...Audio/video system operating hints ... For vehicle equipped with Navigation system, please refer to the separate "Navigation System Owner's Manual". 169 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... system- -Some basics This section describes some of the basic features on Toyota audio systems. Some information may not pertain to your system. Your audio system works ... radio/cassette player/compact disc player with changer 170 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... antenna: To prevent damage to the antenna, make sure it is removed before driving your Toyota through an automatic car wash. z On−glass antenna: Attaching the film (... insert anything other than compact discs into the slot. 171 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... cause damage to the compact disc changer. Insert only one compact disc into slot at a time. z Never try to disassemble or oil any part of the compact disc player. Do not insert anything except a compact disc into the slot. 172 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) -Controls and features "Type 1 Details of specific buttons, controls and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows. 173 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... (Tone and sound balance adjustment function) Each time you push the "AUDIO CONTROL" knob, the mode changes. To adjust the tone and balance, turn... FAD: Adjusts the sound balance between the front and rear speakers. The display ranges from F7 to R7. 174 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the disc or magazine again. "ERROR 4": Over −current. Toyota dealer to inspect. Ask your Dolbyr B NRମ. still exists, take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer. Ɲ DISC Ɯ With compact disc changer only- ...off. Turn "PWR·VOL" to adjust the volume. 175 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...When " the track ends, it will automatically replay. To turn off the repeat feature, push this button again. With compact disc changer only- Repeating a... 5 seconds, and then scan again to the next station. To stop scanning, push this button again. 176 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the current track, quickly push the down side of the button one time. Vehicles with rear seat entertainment system- While the DVD player is in ... the radio switches from stereo to mono reception. TAPE Push the "TAPE" button to play a cassette tape. 177 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... "TEXT" button while the compact disc is playing. The display changes in the order from the elapsed time to disc title to track title, then ... "TUNE" knob clockwise to step up the frequency. Turn the knob counterclockwise to step down the frequency. 178 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) "Type 2 Details of specific buttons, controls and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows. 179 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... button will be ejected first. If the ejected disc is not removed for a long time, the eject function will be cancelled. (Program) Push " " (preset ... Push the "AM" button to turn on the radio and select the AM band. "AM" will appear on the display. 180 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the disc or magazine again. "ERROR 4": Over −current. Toyota dealer to inspect. Ask your If the malfunction still exists, take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer. Ɲ DISC Ɯ Use these buttons to select...open. Close the compact disc changer lid. 181 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... display. When " the track ends, it will automatically replay. To turn off the repeat feature, push this button again. If no compact disc is inserted, the ... Push "PWR·VOL" to turn the audio system on and off. Turn "PWR·VOL" to adjust the volume. 182 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... back to the first track on the disc and replay. To turn off the repeat feature, push this button again. SCAN Radio You can either scan all the ... play. In addition, the feature may not work well with some spoken word, live, or classical recordings. 183 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... track, quickly push the down side of the button one time. Vehicles with rear seat entertainment system- While the DVD player is ... a traffic program station. After the traffic announcement program is over, the display returns to the previous mode. 184 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...When the system is left untouched for 6 seconds, the program type display will change to the frequency display. D D D D D D ROCK EASY LIS (Easy listening) CLS/JAZZ (Classical music and Jazz) R&B (Rhythm and Blues) INFORM (Information) RELIGION 185 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the switches on the steering wheel. Details of the specific switches, controls, and features are described below. 1. "+ −" switch 2. " ƜƝ" switch 3. "MODE" switch 186 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... before the song you are listening to, push the "Ɲ" side of the switch three times. If you push the track switch further than you ...you select is not valid if it is higher than the number of the tracks remaining on the current side of the cassette. 187 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...to is set. Vehicles with rear seat entertainment system- While the DVD player is in operation, the chapter or track can be changed by pushing the "Ɯ" or "Ɲ"...To turn the audio system off, push and hold the "MODE" switch until the system turns off. 188 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... 1. Headphone volume control dials 2. Headphone input jacks 3. DVD player 4. Rear seat entertainment system display 5. Rear seat entertainment system ... 6. Input terminal adapter 7. Power outlet 8. Power outlet main switch 9. Front audio system 189 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... are loaded in the front audio system. The play text, disc rear seat entertainment system can DVD video, audio CD, video CD, CD... connected to the input terminal adapter on the rear console box. For details, refer to the manufacturer's instructions. 190 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...screen is automatically turned off when the display is closed. However, the rear seat entertainment system is not turned off. NOTICE The screen...of injury in case of an accident or sudden stop while driving, close the display when it is not in use. 191 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...running. The rear seat entertainment system can be operated with the rear seat entertainment system controller and buttons on the DVD player... heat and high humidity. These conditions could cause the case to deform or the battery to explode or leak. 192 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) 1. Remove the cover of the controller as shown. 2. Remove the insulating sheet. 193 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the chance of injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop while driving, stow the controller in the console box or front seatback pocket when it is not in use. 194 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... buzzer may not sound. FCC Information Caution: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved ... device must accept any interference received, Including interference that may cause undesired operation. 195 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... fast forwards a screen when the DVD player is operated. 8. "RETURN" button This button skips to the predetermined scene for the disc when the DVD player is operated. 196 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... player is operated. 11. "SUB TITLE" button This button indicates the changing subtitle screen when the DVD player is operated. 12. "DISPLAY" ... 22. "VIDEO" button This button causes the display to use the video signal from an external video device. 197 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... button ejects a disc. 2. "SOURCE" button This button turns on the rear seat entertainment system and selects the mode. 3. "TUNE/... controller. 6. Joystick This joystick selects a control switch, mode switch on the screen or the menu for the disc. 198 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... is not loaded on the front audio system or the DVD player, only the radio mode can be selected on the rear seat entertainment system. Controller DVD player unit 199 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...on the front and rear audio systems at the same time, AM and FM modes cannot be changed on the rear seat audio system. Controller To turn off ...turned off, the rear audio system and the DVD player will be turned off simultaneously. DVD player unit 200 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... by the joystick is colored blue. When the "ENT" button is pushed, the mode display changes to green. If the mode display is gray, it cannot be selected. ... is selected on the front audio system. Radio Cassette tape player and compact disc player 201 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... Radio You can scan only the preset stations for the band of the front audio system. (For instructions, see "-Controls and features" on page ...next preset station up or down the band. The station frequency will appear on the screen. DVD player unit 202 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... be turned off. the track button screen reaches want to skip. If times, the skip For the skip feature to work correctly a blank space of at least 3 ... play. In addition, the feature may not work well with some spoken, live, or classical recordings. 203 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ..., be careful not to lose the components. z Replace only with the same or equivalent type of battery recommended by a Toyota dealer. z Dispose of used... the battery according to the following procedure: 1. Remove the cover of the controller as shown. 204 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... properly. If the controller still does not operate properly, contact your Toyota dealer. The DVD player can play audio CDs, DVD video discs, CD ... disc. Set the disc again. If the malfunction still exists, take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer. 205 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... compact disc into the slot with the label side up. "DISC" indicator light turns on while the disc is loaded. If the label faces down,... adaptor for compact disc singles-it could cause tracking errors or interfere with the ejection of compact discs. 206 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...The "DVD Hint!" screen appears when the DVD mode is first selected after you turn the ignition key to the "ACC" or "ON" position. Push the "OK" switch when you read the message. 207 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... screen by touching them directly. When the switch is selected by the joystick, the outline of the switch changes to blue. Push the "ENT" button, and the switch will be ..."SEARCH" button 9. "TOP MENU" button 10 AA" and """" buttons DVD player unit 208 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...switches, push the "CURSOR" button on the controller. Controller Page 1 (DVD video operation switch) DVD player unit Page 2 (DVD video operation switch) 209 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... (L/O 0409) There are operation switches "Page1" and "Page2" screens. on the To change the screen, push the "Page1" or "Page2" switch on the screen. Page 1 (... switch) Page 1 (video CD) Page 2 (DVD audio operation switch) Page 2 (video CD) 210 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) On the screen DVD player unit If " " appears on the screen when you select a switch, it indicates that the switch cannot work. Controller 211 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... playing and then activate playback. The title/chapter number and playback time display may not appear while playing back certain DVD video...significant impact on the human body or pose a driving hazard. Keep this in mind when you adjust the volume. 212 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... by pushing the "TOP MENU" switch on the controller. For the operation of the menu screen, see the separate manual for the DVD disc. DVD audio To turn on the selecting switch, push the " " switch. 213 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...turn on the switch again, push the "ON" switch on the screen. To return to the previous screen, push the "Back" switch on the screen. DVD video DVD audio 214 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... display the screen by pushing the "RETURN" button on the controller. For further details of the predetermined screen, see the separate manual for the DVD disc. DVD audio 215 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ..., push the "Search" switch on the screen. You can also display the screen by pushing the "SEARCH" button on the controller. DVD audio DVD video DVD audio 216 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...the screen. The player starts playing the disc from the selected bonus group number. CHANGING THE STILL PICTURE DVD audio only- Push the "Still Prev." or "Still Next" switch on the screen to forward or reverse the still pictures. 217 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... pushing the "SUB TITLE" button on the controller. DVD audio Each time you push the "Sub Title" switch, another language stored .... Push the "Back" switch to return to the previous screen. The selected subtitle language will appear on the screen. 218 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... display the screen by pushing the "AUDIO" button on the controller. Each time you push the "Audio" switch, another language stored on... The selected audio language will appear on the screen. Push the "Back" switch to return to the previous screen. 219 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... or the "AUDIO" button on the controller and the changing audio format screen will appear. Each time you push the "Audio" switch, another audio format stored on the disc is selected. Push the "Back" switch to return to the previous screen. 220 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... when the " " mark appears on the screen. Each time you push the "Angle" switch, the angle changes. The angle number which you can select will appear on the screen. Push the "Back" switch to return to the previous screen. 221 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...the screen by pushing the "SET UP" button on the controller. You can change the initial setting. After the setting is done, the player plays from the beginning of the chapter or the track. DVD audio Setup Menu 1 screen Setup Menu 2 screen 222 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...Default" switch on "Setup Menu 2" is pushed, all menus are initialized. CHANGING THE AUDIO LANGUAGE Push the "Audio Language" switch on the ...list are pushed, appear. to hear To return to the "Select Audio Language" screen, push the "Back" switch. 223 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... number, push "Clear" switch to delete the number. you the lanlist. the CHANGING THE DVD LANGUAGE To display the "Select DVD Language" screen, ... to read again. To return to the "Select Subtitle Lang." screen, push the "Back" switch on the screen. 224 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... angle mark can be turned on for discs that are multi −angle compatible. Each time you push the "Angle Mark" switch on the screen, the ... you want to read again. To return to the "Select DVD Language" screen, push the "Back" switch on the screen. 225 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... SETTING THE DISPLAY MODE Each time you push the "Display Mode" switch on the "Setup Menu 2" screen, the display mode is changed from wide mode to auto mode. 226 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...Irish Scots −Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hindi Croatian Hungarian Armenian Interlingua Interlingue Inupiak Indonesian Icelandic Hebrew Yiddish Javanese 227 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1923 2001 2005 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2014 2015 2018 Slovak Slovenian Samoan ... Serbian Siswati Sesotho Sundanese Swahili Tamil Telugu Tajik Thai Tigrinya Turkmen Tagalog Setswana Tonga Turkish 228 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... " side of the (TUNE/TRACK) button on the controller until the number of the chapter/track you want to select appears on the screen. DVD video DVD audio 229 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... When the track ends, it will automatically replay. To turn off the repeat feature, push this switch again. 3. "RAND" switch (DVD audio only) ... " to fast forward or reverse a disc. When you release the switch, the DVD player will resume playing. 230 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the "RETURN" button on the controller. For the operation of the menu screen, see the manual for the video CD. " " switch: Push this switch to pause the disc... the """" switch/button while pausing, the video CD plays the slow−motion video replay. 231 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) CHANGING MENU (video CD only) PAGE OR TRACK CHANGING A MULTIPLEX TRANSMISSION (video CD only) Push the "Main/..."Next Page" switch while the player is playing video. The next or previous track will be searched and played. 232 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the "RPT" switch while the track is playing. When the track ends, it will automatically replay. To turn off the repeat feature, push this switch again. Audio CD 233 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... screen may turn purple to deflect the sunlight. This is not a malfunction. Each time you push the "+" or " −" switch, you can adjust the color, ... disc. When you push the switch again, the DVD player will resume playing. CONTRAST TONE BRIGHTNESS 234 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... video mode. To select the video mode, push the "VIDEO" button on the controller. You can also select the video mode on the mode selection screen mentioned above. 235 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... you enjoy the more advanced technology of DVD video. Viewer restrictions: This feature limits what can be viewed in conformity with the level of restrictions of the ... in which this video disc can be played. ALL: all countries Number: region code 236 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... All types of DVD video discs can be played. Multi −angle feature: You can enjoy the same scene at different angles. ... sound when your audio system is connected to the input terminal adapter. For details, refer to the manufacturer's instructions. 237 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... power outlet, push the main switch on the instrument panel. An indicator light will illuminate to indicate that the power outlet is ready for use. Push ... than an appropriate plug that fits the adapter may cause electrical failure or short circuit. 238 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... outlet is not in use. Inserting anything other than an appropriate plug that fits the outlet may cause electrical failure or short circuit. The... etc. cise data: medical equipment, measuring instruments, etc. D Measuring devices which process pre- 239 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... is from 16 Ω to 32 Ω. Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details. z The use of a cellular ...not indicate a malfunction. RADIO RECEPTION Usually, a problem with radio reception does not mean ... result of conditions outside the vehicle. 240 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
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    ..., making it possible for two signals to reach your antenna at the same time. If this happens, the signals will cancel each other out, causing a ... to it, especially if it is hot outside. D Store cassettes in their cases and out of direct sunlight. 241 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) D Avoid using cassettes with a total playing time longer than 100 minutes (50 minutes per side). The tape used in these... SACD dts −CD Copy −protected CD CD−R (CD−Recordable) CD−RW (CD−Re−writable) CD−ROM 242 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...ˆ’ROM DVD−R DVD+R DVD+RW DVD−RW DVD−ROM DVD−RAM DVD video discs DVD audio discs Special shaped discs Video CDs Transparent/translucent discs 243 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...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 not listening to...them. Store them in their plastic cases away from moisture, heat, and direct sunlight. Labeled discs 244 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... 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. 245 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) 246 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...254 257 257 260 261 262 OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Front manual air conditioning system Controls ...Air flow selector ...system of a vehicle equipped with Navigation system, please refer to the separate "Navigation System Owner's Manual". 247 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) Front manual air conditioning system- -Controls 1. Air intake selector 2. "A/C" button 3. Air flow selector 4. Temperature selector 5. Fan speed selector 248 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... 3. Floor-Air flows mainly from the floor vents. 4. Floor/Windshield-Air flows mainly from the floor vents and windshield vents. Turning ... to the floor/windshield position turns on the defogging function with the purpose of clearing the front view. 249 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... system. To prevent fogging up of the windshield, the air intake mode may change automatically to FRESH depending on the condition of the air conditioning system. 250 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... selector settings -Operating tips D To cool off your Toyota after it has been parked in the hot sun, drive with the windows open for a few minutes. This ... air intake selector be set to FRESH and the fan speed selector to any setting except "OFF". 251 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... defogging the windshield. D For quick cooling, turn the temperature selector knob fully towards COLD and change the air intake selector mode to RECIRCULATE. 252 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...flow. choose D On humid days, do not blow cold air on the windshield-the difference between the outside and inside temperatures could make the fogging worse. 253 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...air conditioning system- -Controls 1. Air intake selector 2. "MODE" button (air flow selector) 3. Fan speed selector 4. "A/C" button 5. "OFF" button 6. Windshield air flow button 7. "AUTO" button 8. Temperature selector 254 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... 0409) "AUTO" button For automatic operation of the air conditioning, press the "AUTO" button. An indicator light will illuminate to show that the automatic ... vents. 4. Floor/Windshield-Air flows mainly from the floor vents and windshield vents. 255 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... resume. To prevent fogging up of the windshield, the air intake mode may change automatically to FRESH depending on the condition of the air conditioning system. 256 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... selector settings -Operating tips D To cool off your Toyota after it has been parked in the hot sun, drive with the windows open for a few minutes. This ... air intake selector be set to FRESH and the fan speed selector to any setting except "OFF". 257 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... Air intake-FRESH (outside air) Air conditioning-ON For manual operation- Fan speed-To the desired fan speed Temperature-Towards COLD (to ...D Choose floor/windshield air flow to heat the vehicle interior while defrosting or defogging the windshield. 258 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...) Air intake-FRESH (outside air) Air conditioning-OFF For manual operation- Fan speed-To the desired fan speed Temperature-Towards COLD (to the ... operation- Temperature-Towards WARM (to the right) Air intake-FRESH (outside air) Air flow-WINDSHIELD 259 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... vents For manual operation- Fan speed-To the desired fan speed Temperature-Towards WARM (to the right) Air intake-FRESH (outside air) Air flow-.... D To heat the vehicle interior while defrosting the windshield, floor/windshield air flow. choose 260 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... decrease. When the rear heater system is off, the fan speed selector will not operate. 3. Rear heater vents Air flows from the vents when the rear...system is operating. CAUTION Do not place feet near the vents for long periods as burns may result. 261 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...maintenance information, please refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement".) The air conditioning filter information label is ... the vehicle through the air conditioning vent. The air conditioning filter is behind the glove box. 262 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod...
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    ...box and push each side of the glove box to disconnect the claws. 3. Pull the filter cover toward you and remove it. 4. Remove the filter case toward you. 263 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... The air filter should be installed properly in position. The use of air conditioning with the air filter removed may cause deteriorated dustproof performance and then affect air conditioning performance. 264 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... ...Cigarette lighter and ashtrays ...Power outlets ...Power outlet ...Glove box ...Garage door opener ...Auxiliary boxes ...Container ...... a vehicle equipped with Navigation system, please refer to the separate "Navigation System Owner's Manual". 265 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the display. If "−−_F" (" −−_C") appears on the display, contact your Toyota dealer. There may be a case that "−−_F" (" −−_C") appears..."INFO" button for more than 1 second. Air conditioning system on- Air conditioning system off- 266 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... a long slope applying the engine brake. (The display will indicate the extremely low fuel consumption.) The calculation is reset when the ignition switch is turned off. 267 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... D The compass does not adjust while the vehicle is stopped. D The ignition switch is turned off immediately after turning. D The vehicle is on an inclined surface. 268 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... mirror. NOTICE Do not put magnets or a metal object on or near the inside rear view mirror of the vehicle. Doing this may cause malfunction of the compass sensor. 269 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... it to the compass mode. CAUTION Do not adjust the display while the vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust the display only when the vehicle is stopped. Zone number 270 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... just after you have purchased your Toyota. And then always perform circling calibration ... of the magnetized vehicle etc., take your vehicle to Toyota dealer. D During calibration, do not operate ..., etc.) as they may interfere with the calibration. 271 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...not running, the key must be in the "ACC" position. Do not hold the cigarette lighter pressed in. Use a Toyota genuine cigarette lighter or equivalent for replacement. Front ashtray 272 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...ACC" or "ON" position for the power outlets to be used. NOTICE z To prevent the fuse from being blown, do not use the electricity over the total vehicle ...an accident or sudden stop while driving, always completely close the ashtray after use. Rear 273 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the power outlet, push the main switch on the instrument panel. An indicator light will illuminate to indicate that the power outlet is ready for use. Push the...off. When the power outlet is not in use, make sure that the main switch is turned off. 274 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... security systems, etc. CAUTION To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop, always keep the glove box door closed while driving. 275 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... programming process is complete. If the door does not open, press and release the button a third time. This third press and release will complete the programming process by opening the garage door. 276 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... as home security systems, home door locks or lighting, contact your authorized Toyota dealer for assistance. Reprogramming a button buttons cannot be Individual HomeLinkR erased, ... 20 seconds, you can release both buttons. 277 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...opener that lacks the safety stop and reverse feature as required by federal safety standards. (This includes any garage door opener model manufactured...very hot. Do not leave anything flammable or deformable such as a lighter, glasses, etc. inside. 278 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) Type A (ceiling) Type C (rear console) Type E (luggage compartment) Type B (instrument panel) Type D (rear console) 279 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... stops or accidents. Objects which come out of the container can create a safety hazard due to interference with pedal operation or driver distraction. D Do not store drinks or cans which could easily roll out. Type F (luggage compartment) 280 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... container. D Do not store objects which are larger than the width of the container. Type A (rear console) Type B (luggage compartment) Type C (second seat armrest) 281 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ..., open the lid. Type C-To use the holder, pull down the second seat armrest and push the button on the armrest. CAUTION D Do not ... A only- The cup holder can be adjustable to the size of the cups or drink−cans by changing the holder position. 282 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...Vehicles with the third seat-When using the tie−down hooks, the third seat must be folded down. (See "-Folding down third seat" on page 51 in Section 1−3.) 283 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... out the forward luggage cover and hang the hooks to the hook brackets on the second seat seatback. 2. Pull out the rear luggage cover and secure it to ... third seat must be folded down. (See "-Folding down third seat" on page 51 in Section 1 −3.) 284 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... in the event of a sudden stop or accident. STOWING LUGGAGE COVER To stow the luggage cover, do the following. 1. Remove the side deck boards and open the center deck board. 285 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... consists of roof rails and sliding cross rails. ADJUSTING THE POSITION OF CROSS RAILS: 1. Turn the upper and side knobs counterclockwise to loosen the cross rails. 286 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...) Follow the manufacture's instructions and precautions when installing the attachments or their equivalent. CAUTION When you load cargo on the roof ... only-Do not remove the cross rail stoppers, or the moon roof may be damaged when it is tilted. 287 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... speeds, stop the vehicle now and then during the trip to make sure the cargo remains in its place. D Do not exceed 45 kg (100 lb.) .... If the floor mat slips and interferes with the movement of the pedals during driving, it may cause an accident. 288 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... engine oil consumption ...Iridium−tipped spark plugs ...Brake system ...Brake pad wear limit indicators ...Your Toyota's identification ...Theft prevention labels ... 297 297 301 301 302 303 304 312 313 315 INFORMATION BEFORE DRIVING YOUR TOYOTA 289 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the driver and all passengers should fasten their seat belts whenever the vehicle is moving. D Avoid sharp turns or abrupt maneuvers... otherwise it may result in loss of control or vehicle rollover due to failure to operate this vehicle correctly. 290 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... new vehicle must use only unleaded gasoline. To help prevent gas station mix −ups, your Toyota has a smaller fuel tank opening. The special nozzle on pumps with ... tip over sideways much more easily than forward or backward. 291 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... speed on level roads, consult your Toyota dealer. However, occasionally, you may notice light knocking for a short time while accelerating or driving ... fleets, and customer satisfaction through better vehicle performance. 292 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... driveability, try changing gasoline brands. If this does not rectify your problem, then consult your Toyota dealer. FUEL TANK CAPACITY 72.5 L (19.1 gal., 16.0 Imp. gal.)... of repair. In this case, do not restart the engine. 293 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...(L/O 0409) Operation in foreign countries If you plan to drive your Toyota in another country...First, comply with the vehicle registration laws. Second, ... over anything that might burn easily such as grass, leaves, paper or rags. 3MZ−FE engine 294 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... required by the Toyota Maintenance Schedule. For scheduled maintenance information, refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide"... should be checked from time to time. If you hit something, or notice a change in the sound... system to force outside air into the vehicle. 295 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04...
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    ...this oil is sucked into the combustion chamber together with the intake air and is burned along with the fuel. High temperature exhaust gases also burn the oil used to lubricate the exhaust valve stems. 296 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... be impaired. Therefore, it is essential that the oil level be checked regularly. Toyota recommends that the oil level be checked every time you refuel the vehicle. Brake...gaps for your engine performance and smooth driveability. 297 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... system operating and feel the brake pedal pulsating and the vibrations of the vehicle body and steering wheel. You may also hear the motor sound in ... At the end of the anti−lock brake system activation, the brake pedal may move a little forward. 298 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...of you, because there are limits to the vehicle stability and effectiveness of steering wheel operation even with the anti− lock brake system on....in a longer stopping distance. Type A D Driving on rough, gravel or snow− covered roads. Type B 299 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to service the vehicle. D The light comes on while ...and/or drums are replaced. Have your Toyota dealer perform the bedding−down. D The light does... key is turned to the "ON" position, or remains on. 300 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
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    ...Brake pad wear limit indicators Your Toyota's identification- -Vehicle identification number The brake ...have the brake pads checked and replaced by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. Expensive ...) is also on the Certification Regulation Label. 301 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
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    ...is designed so that once it is applied to a surface, any attempt to remove it will result in destroying the integrity of the label. Transferring these labels ...theft prevention labels as it may violate certain state or federal laws. 3MZ−FE engine 302 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) Suspension and chassis CAUTION Do not modify the suspension/chassis with lift kits, spacers, springs, etc. It can cause dangerous handling characteristics, resulting in loss of control. 303 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... tire quality grading" on page 307. 4. The location of the tread wear indicators- For details, see "Checking and replacing tires" on page 388. 5. ...- A radial tire has "RADIAL" on the sidewall. A tire not marked with "RADIAL" is a bias −ply tire. 304 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... 8. Load limit at maximum cold tire inflation pressure- For details, see "Checking and replacing tires" on page 388. 9. Maximum cold tire... mark 4. Tire size code 5. Manufacturer's optional tire type code 6. Manufacturing week 7. Manufacturing year 305 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...(alphabet with one letter) 306 1. Section width 2. Tire height 3. Wheel diameter 1. Bead 2. Sidewall 3. Shoulder 4. Tread 5. Belt 6. Inner liner 7. Reinforcing rubber 8. Carcass 9. Rim lines 10.Bead wires 11. Chafer 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation. It provides the purchasers and/or prospective purchasers of Toyota vehicles with information ... tests and does not include cornering (turning) traction. 307 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...a level of performance which all passenger car tires must meet under the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No.109. Grades B and... loading, either separately or in combination, can cause heat buildup and possible tire failure. 308 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...; and production options weight Cold tire inflation pressure Curb weight Intended outboard sidewall Maximum inflation pressure Maximum loaded vehicle weight 309 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... distance between rim flanges the rated cargo and luggage load plus 68 kg (150 lb.) times the vehicle's designated seating capacity the ... Rim width Vehicle capacity weight (Total load capacity) Vehicle maximum load on the tire 310 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... dividing by two the surface area of the rim not covered by the inflated tire Table 1-Occupant loading and distribution for vehicle... number of occupants 2 3 Occupant distribution in a normally loaded vehicle 2 in front 2 in front, 1 in second seat 311 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
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    ... apply the load more than each load limit. That may cause not only damage to the tires, but also deterioration to the steering ability and braking ability, which may cause an accident. 312 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... event of sudden stops or accidents. Objects which come out of the container can create a safety hazard due to interference with pedal operation or driver distraction. 313 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...be transferred to your vehicle. Consult this manual to determine how this reduces the available cargo and luggage load capacity ... lb. - 366 lb. = 494 lb.) With third seat Total load capacity: 526 kg (... 166 kg = 360 kg. (1159 lb. - 366 lb. = 793 lb.) 314 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... load unevenly. That may cause not only damage to the tire but also deterioration to the steering ability due to unbalance of the vehicle, causing an... snow and to be adequate for driving in most winter conditions, as well as for use all year round. 315 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... tires in heavy or loose snow. Also, all season tires fall short in acceleration and handling performance compared with summer tires in ...other than the manufacturer's designated tires, and never mix tires or wheels of the sizes different from the originals. 316 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (...
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    ... conditions ...Off−road driving precautions ...Winter driving tips ...Dinghy towing ...Trailer towing ...How to save fuel and make your vehicle last longer ... 3 318 318 319 320 321 322 323 328 317 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... Adjust seat position, seatback angle, seat cushion angle, seat height, head restraint height and steering wheel angle. 3. Adjust the inside and outside.... If the engine will not start...See "If your vehicle will not start" on page 332 in Section 4. 318 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...not crank for more than 30 seconds at a time. This may overheat the starter and wiring ...side of the road and call a Toyota dealer for assistance. D Be careful when accelerating, upshifting, downshifting or braking... cause the vehicle to skid or spin. 319 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
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    ...take unnecessary risks by driving in dangerous places. D Do not grip the steering wheel D Do not continue normal driving when the brakes ... State Motor Vehicle Bureau D Recreational Vehicle Clubs D U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management 320 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... through rough terrain, sand, mud, or water. For scheduled maintenance information, refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement". Make sure your coolant is ...NOTICE Do not use plain water alone. 321 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...7−3 tells you how to visually inspect the battery. Your Toyota dealer and most service stations will be pleased to check the level of charge. Make...not tow your vehicle with four wheels on the ground. This may cause serious damage to your vehicle. 322 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... safety and the safety of others, you must not overload your vehicle or trailer. Toyota ... NOTICE When towing a trailer, be sure to consult your Toyota dealer for further information on additional requirements ...tongue load are all within the limits. 323 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
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    ...hitch manufacturer can cause an accident resulting in serious personal injuries. D The trailer cargo load should be distributed so that the tongue load is 9 to 11%... engine Without towing package 90 kg (200 lb.) With towing package 158 kg (350 lb.) 324 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... consult with your Toyota dealer. D Never tow a trailer without using a safety chain securely ... and king pin should have a light coat of grease. D Toyota recommends removing the trailer hitch ... manufacturer in respect to the total trailer weight. 325 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...SCHEDULE PRE−TOWING SAFETY CHECK D Toyota recommends that you do not tow a trailer ...information, please refer to the scheduled maintenance information in the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement".... until you learn the feel. 326 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
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    ...to that when backing without a trailer.) Also, just turn the steering wheel a little at a time, avoiding sharp or prolonged turning. Have someone guide you when backing to... maintain engine braking efficiency, do not use overdrive. 327 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... tips on how to save money on both fuel and repairs: D Keep your tires inflated at the correct pressure. Underinflation causes tire wear ...ˆ’7.) slowly and smoothly. Avoid jackrabbit starts. Get into high gear as quickly as possible. D Accelerate 328 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... (For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement".) D Avoid heavy traffic or traffic jams D Do not rest ... your speed, you will cut down on fuel consumption. 329 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... you cannot increase engine speed ...If your vehicle overheats ...If you have a flat tire ...If your vehicle becomes stuck ...If your vehicle needs to be towed ... your wireless remote control transmitter ... 4 332 335 336 336 337 348 349 354 355 355 331 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...333 for further instructions. If the light is O.K., but the engine still will not start, it needs adjustment or repair. Call a Toyota dealer or qualified repair ... for more than 30 seconds at a time. This may overheat the starter and wiring systems. 332 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...minutes. During jump starting, run the engine at about 2000 rpm with the accelerator pedal lightly depressed. NOTICE The battery used for boosting must be...sponge or cloth while en route to the medical office. D If you should accidentally get acid 333 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...battery. The recommended connecting points are shown in the following illustrations: Connecting point for 2AZ−FE engine Connecting point for 3MZ−FE engine 334 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...cause of your battery discharging is not apparent (for example, lights left on), you should have it checked at your Toyota dealer. CAUTION If the engine is ... brakes and steering will not work so steering and braking will be much harder than usual. 335 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the moving fan and engine drive belts. 4. If the coolant is leaking, stop the engine immediately. Call a Toyota dealer for assistance. 5. If there are no obvious leaks, check the ... hot fluid and steam blown out under pressure. 336 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the system. You should have it checked as soon as possible at your Toyota dealer. 1. Reduce your speed gradually, keeping a straight line... and put the transmission in "P". Block the wheel diagonally opposite to the one being changed if necessary. 337 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...alone. D Use the jack only for lifting your vehicle during wheel changing. D Do not raise the vehicle with someone in the vehicle...an emergency, you should familiarize yourself with the use of the jack, each of the tools and their storage locations. 338 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... storing the jack, make sure it is securely held by the tightening strap. To remove the jack, rotate the jack joint by hand until the jack ... the jack is firmly secured. This prevents the jack from flying forward during a collision or sudden stop. 339 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) To detach the spare tire: 1. Vehicles with aluminium wheels- Remove the inside spare tire cover by turning it ... third seat- If the third seat is upright, hang the center deck board on the right −side head restraint. 340 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...shown in the illustration. 5. Put the adapter socket (for removing a spare tire) on the spare tire clamp bolt. 6. Threading the jack handle ... turn the jack handle counterclockwise. Continue until the spare tire is lowered completely to the ground. 341 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
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    ...8. Remove the holding bracket. Vehicles with aluminium wheels- Remove the spare tire cover. 2. Block the wheel diagonally opposite the flat tire to ... wheel, place a wheel block in front of one of the front wheels or behind one of the rear wheels. 342 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) -Removing wheel ornament 3. Remove the wheel ornament. Pry off the wheel ornament, using the beveled end of the ... does not slip off the nut. Do not remove the nuts yet-just unscrew them about one −half turn. Type B 343 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... oil or grease on the bolts or nuts. The nuts may loose and the wheels may fall off, which could cause a serious accident. -Raising ... it clockwise. As the jack touches the vehicle and begins to lift, double −check that it is properly positioned. 344 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... wheels without good metal −to −metal contact at the mounting surface can cause wheel nuts to loosen and eventually cause a wheel to come off while driving. 345 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...them more. -Lowering your vehicle 9. Lower the vehicle completely and tighten the wheel nuts. Turn the jack handle counterclockwise to lower the vehicle. ...such as a hammer, pipe or your foot. Make sure the wrench is securely engaged over the nut. 346 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) -Reinstalling wheel ornament Tighten each nut a little at a time in the order shown. Repeat the process until all... place. CAUTION Take due care in handling the ornament to avoid unexpected personal injury. Type A Type B 347 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) -After changing wheels 11. Check the air pressure of the replaced tire. Adjust the air pressure to ... vehicle may suddenly move forward or backward as it becomes unstuck, causing injury or damage to nearby people or objects. 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...not race the engine and avoid spinning the wheels. z If your vehicle remains stuck after rocking the vehicle several times, consider other ways such as ...truck- -From front -From rear -From rear Two−wheel drive models Four−wheel drive models 349 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...) If towing is necessary, we recommend you to have it done by your Toyota dealer or a commercial tow truck service. In consultation ...a vehicle from the rear with the front wheels on the ground, as this may cause serious damage to the transmission. 350 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... damage. If towing is necessary, we recommend you to have it done by your Toyota dealer or a commercial tow truck service. If towing service is not available in... or chain may break and cause serious injury or damage. 351 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the brakes and steering will not work so steering and braking will be much harder than usual. 1. Remove the front towing eyelet cover on the front... (For the towing eyelet location, see "-Required tools and spare tire" on page 338 in this Section.) 352 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... can hardly move, do not forcibly continue the towing. Contact your Toyota dealer or a commercial tow truck service for assistance. CAUTION When installing the eyelet... possible. D Keep away from the vehicle during towing. 353 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... to override the "P" the but- 6. Start the engine. For your safety, keep the brake pedal depressed. Be sure to have the system checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. 354 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... numbers of your transmitters deleted from your vehicle by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to avoid the possibility of theft or ...the wireless remote control system with the new transmitter. Contact your Toyota dealer for detailed information. 355 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) SECTION CORROSION PREVENTION AND APPEARANCE CARE Corrosion prevention and appearance care 5 Protecting your Toyota from corrosion ...358 Washing and waxing your Toyota ...359 Cleaning the interior ...361 357 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...paint or protective coatings as soon as possible. To help prevent corrosion on Toyota, follow these guidelines: your D The accumulation of road salt,... humidity accelerates corrosion especially when temperatures range just above the freezing point. 358 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...and the area where the shields are installed be treated to resist corrosion. Your Toyota dealer will be happy to assist in supplying and installing the shields if ... ornament. It may fly off the wheel and cause accidents while the vehicle is moving. 359 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... becomes blocked, contact your Toyota dealer to have the vehicle serviced. NOTICE Do not use ... damage to the antenna, make sure it is removed before driving your Toyota through an automatic car wash... pin or other object. The nozzle will be damaged. 360 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... cleaners are also available which work well. Follow the manufacturer's instructions. D Vehicles with side airbags and curtain shield airbags: Be ... body corrosion. NOTICE Do not use solvent, thinner, gasoline or window cleaner on the interior. 361 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the carpet as dry as possible. Read the shampoo instructions and follow them closely. Seat belts The seat belts may be cleaned with mild soap and water or ... or bleach on the belts-it may weaken them. z Do not use the belts until they become dry. 362 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... of the leather upholstery could result in discoloration or staining. If you have any questions about the cleaning of your Toyota, your local Toyota dealer will be pleased to answer them. 363 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) 364 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... (I/M) programs ... 6 366 367 369 370 For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement". 365 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ..., or if you prefer, your Toyota dealer will be pleased to do them at a nominal cost. Scheduled maintenance The scheduled maintenance ... a few basic automotive tools. Simple instructions for how to perform them are presented on page 371 in Section 7. 366 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...yourself mechanic, the Toyota service manuals are recommended. Please be aware that do−it −yourself maintenance can .... Battery electrolyte level Your Toyota has a maintenance free battery. You do... 399 in Section 7 −3 for additional information. 367 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
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    .... OUTSIDE THE VEHICLE Items listed below should be performed from time to time, unless otherwise specified. Fluid leaks Check underneath for leaking fuel, oil, ... secures the hood from opening when the primary latch is released. 368 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... schedule. (For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement".) See page 390 in Section 7 ... to one side when braking D Engine coolant temperature continually higher than normal 369 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...test and need to be repaired. Contact your Toyota dealer to service the vehicle. Even does pass have ...indicator lamp does not come on, contact your Toyota dealer to prepare the vehicle for re−testing. Readiness... vehicle may not pass the I/M test. 370 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) SECTION DO−IT−YOURSELF MAINTENANCE Introduction 7− 1 372 374 375 376 377 Engine compartment overview ...Fuse locations ...Do −it−yourself service precautions ...Positioning the jack ...Parts and tools ... 371 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...0409) Engine compartment overview "2AZ−FE engine 1. Engine coolant reservoir 2. Power steering fluid reservoir 3. Engine oil filler cap 4. Engine oil level ... 9. Condenser 10. Electric cooling fans 11. Windshield and rear window washer fluid tank 372 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) "3MZ−FE engine 1. Engine coolant reservoir 2. Power steering fluid reservoir 3. Engine oil level dipstick 4. Engine oil filler cap ... 9. Condenser 10. Electric cooling fans 11. Windshield and rear window washer fluid tank 373 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) Fuse locations Spare fuses With daytime running light system 374 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... period may affect your warranty coverage. Read the separate Toyota Warranty statement for details and suggestions. This Section gives instructions only for those .... Always use automotive jack stands or other solid supports. 375 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... it from damaging the parts or paint. z Do not allow dirt or anything else to fall through the spark plug holes. Front Rear (two−wheel drive models) 376 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... you will need to perform do−it −yourself maintenance. Remember all Toyota parts are designed in metric sizes... in "P". Block the wheels on the opposite side of the jack up point if necessary. D "Toyota Genuine ..., or your vehicle may be damaged. 377 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)...
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    ... II or III D Bulb with same number and wattage rating as original (See charts in "Replacing light bulbs" on page 400 in Section 7−3.) Tools: D ...D Screwdriver D D D D Warm water Baking soda Grease Conventional wrench (for terminal clamp bolts) 378 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 379
    ... condenser ...Checking brake fluid ...Checking power steering fluid ...Checking tire inflation pressure ...Checking and replacing tires ...Rotating tires ...Installing snow tires and chains ...Replacing wheels ...Aluminum wheel precautions ... 379 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (...
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    ... same type as already in the engine. Remove the oil filler cap and add engine oil in small quantities at a time, checking the dipstick. We recommend that ... Be careful not to touch the hot exhaust manifold. Add oil O.K. Too full 3MZ−FE engine 380 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... or could be damaged. the engine ENGINE OIL SELECTION "Toyota Genuine Motor Oil" is used in your Toyota vehicle. Use Toyota approved "Toyota Genuine Motor Oil" or equivalent to satisfy the following grade ... again after adding the oil. Outside temperature 381 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 382
    ...the front of the container. API service symbol To ensure excellent lubrication performance for your engine, "Toyota Genuine Motor Oil" is ... contact your Toyota dealer for further details about "Toyota Genuine Motor Oil". ILSAC certification mark 382 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 383
    ...water. This coolant provides protection down to about −35_C ( −31_F). For Canada-"Toyota Super Long Life Coolant" is a mixture of 55% coolant... cooling system malfunction on Toyota vehicles. Please contact further details. your Toyota dealer for 383 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... are not sure of their condition, take your vehicle to a Toyota dealer. Checking brake fluid Remove and replace the reservoir cap by hand. Fill ... sure to wipe it off to prevent it from damaging the parts or paintwork. 384 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... To reinstall it, turn it clockwise. After replacing the reservoir cap, visually check the steering box case, vane pump and hose connections ...hot so be careful not to burn yourself. NOTICE Avoid overfilling, or the power steering could be damaged. 385 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... once a month. And do not forget the spare! The following instructions for checking tire inflation pressure should be observed: D The pressure should .... In case of applying too much air, press the center of the valve and release the air to adjust. 386 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... a gauge and air pump are not available, have your vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer. ..., have it checked by your Toyota dealer. CAUTION Keep your tires properly inflated. Otherwise, the ...Uneven wear D A greater possibility of tire damage from road hazards 387 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod....
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    ... (L/O 0409) Checking and replacing tires Tread wear indicator The tires on your Toyota have built −in ..., it should be replaced. If you are not sure, consult with your Toyota dealer. If air loss occurs ... " marks, etc., molded on the sidewall of each tire. 388 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 389
    ...cause dangerous handling characteristics resulting in loss of control. Toyota recommends all four tires, or at least both of the front or rear tires be replaced at a time ...tire, the air valve should also be replaced with a new one. 389 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 390
    ...tire wear and help extend tire life, Toyota recommends that you rotate your ...refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement".) However, the most appropriate timing for tire ... handling characteristics resulting in loss of control. 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
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    ... (0.98) When installing chains on your tires, carefully follow the instructions of the chain manufacturer. If wheel covers are used, they will be scratched... vary according to location or type of road, so always check them before installing chains. 391 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... height, vehicle ground clearance, and tire or snow chain clearance to the body and chassis. Replacement with used wheels is not ... may cause characteristics control. wheels of different and types, as this dangerous handling resulting in loss of 392 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... tight after driving miles). D When using tire chains, be careful not to damage the aluminum wheels. D Use only Toyota wheel nuts and wrench designed for... check your aluminum wheels for damage. If damaged, replace immediately. 393 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... 397 398 399 400 Checking battery condition ...Battery recharging precautions ...Checking and replacing fuses ...Adding washer fluid ...Replacing light bulbs ... 395 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... necHold−down clamp D Do not cause a spark from the battery with tools. D Do not smoke or light a match near the battery. The ... medical attention. If possible, continue to apply water with a sponge or cloth while en route to the medical office. 396 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 397
    ... Good Charging necessary. Have battery checked by your Toyota dealer. Have battery checked by your Toyota dealer. Type A Green Dark Clear or light yellow Battery recharging precautions... all accessories are turned off. Clear or light yellow Red 397 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod....
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 398
    ... fuses. If any of the fuses are blown, they must be replaced. See "Fuse locations" on page 374 in Section 7−1 for locations of the fuses.... for each fuse. See page 410 in Section 8 for the functions controlled by each circuit. Good Blown Type B 398 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 399
    ... emergencies. If the new fuse immediately blows out, there is a problem with the electrical system. Have your Toyota dealer correct it as soon as ...stores. Follow the manufacturer's directions for how much to mix with water. 399 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... the lens, or if there is water pooled inside the light, contact your Toyota dealer. CAUTION D To prevent burning yourself, do not replace the light bulbs while they are... hands. NOTICE Only use a bulb of the listed type. 400 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...end bulbs 168 - 7443 7440 921 - - - - - #74 5 21 21/5 21 16 5 8 5 2 5 1.2 E D E E E E F E F E E 1. Open the hood. Turn the bulb base counterclockwise to the front of the vehicle as shown. 401 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ...any of the following lights burns out, contact your Toyota dealer. D Front fog lights D Front turn signals/parking and front side .... Aiming is not necessary after replacing the bulb. When aiming adjustment is necessary, contact your Toyota dealer. 402 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) -Rear turn signal, stop/tail and back −up lights -High mounted stoplight a: b: c: d: Stop/tail light Rear turn signal light Stop/tail light Back−up light 403 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) -License plate light Use a Phillips−head screwdriver. 404 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) SECTION SPECIFICATIONS Specifications Dimensions and weights ...Engine ...Fuel ...Service specifications ...Tires ...Fuses ... 8 406 406 407 407 410 410 405 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) Dimensions and weights Two−wheel drive models Overall length Overall width Overall height∗1 Wheelbase Front tread...third seat With third seat 2AZ−FE engine 3MZ−FE engine Without towing package With towing package 406 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 407
    ...filter Without filter 3.8 (4.0, 3.3) 3.6 (3.8, 3.2) 4.7 (5.0, 4.1) 4.5 (4.8, 4.0) Spark plug gap, mm(in.): 1.1 (0.043) Drive belt tension measured ... 3MZ−FE engine 125"10 "Toyota Genuine Motor Oil" is used in your ..." or ILSAC multigrade engine oil 407 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U...
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 408
    ... in your Toyota vehicle at factory fill. In order to avoid technical problems, only use "Toyota Super Long Life Coolant" or similar high quality ... Do not use plain water alone. Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details. Coolant type: 408 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... is driven under one of the Special Operating Conditions listed in your "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement". When changing the automatic transmission fluid,...Automatic transmission fluid DEXRONr II or III 409 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... on tires (e.g. replacing tires or replacing wheels), see "Checking tire inflation pressure" through "Aluminum wheel precautions", pages 385 through 393, in Section 7 −2. Engine compartment 410 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 411
    ...daytime running light system) 18. H−LP LH UPR 10 A: Left −hand headlight (high... Spare fuse Fuses (type A) 1. A/F 25 A: Air fuel ratio sensor 2. CRT 7.5 A: Rear seat entertainment ... 12. HORN 10 A: Horns 13. SECURITY 15 A: Theft deterrent system 411 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... panel lights, trailer lights 48. DRL 7.5 A: Daytime running light system Fuses (type B) 49. AM2 30 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport .... RR DEF 30 A: Rear window defoggers 55. CDS 30 A: Electric cooling fans 412 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 413
    ..." and "H−LP LH UPR" fuses 57. AM1 40 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, starting system 58. POWER 30 A: Power seat Fuse (type ... RR DOOR" and "PWR OUTLET1" fuses 60. RDI 50 A: No circuit 413 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) SECTION Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners 9 REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS FOR U.S. OWNERS Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners ...416 415 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying Toyota Motor Sales, ... become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or Toyota Motor Sales, ... information about motor vehicle safety from the Hotline. 416 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod....
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    ... you may require. If there is not a Toyota dealer near you, or you need ... and specifications in this manual are current at the time of printing. However, because of Toyota's policy of continual ... part, without the written permission of Toyota Motor Corporation. i 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. ...
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    '05 HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) Important information about this manual Safety and vehicle damage warnings Throughout this manual, you will see ... you must or must not do in order to avoid or reduce the risk of damage to your vehicle and its equipment. ii 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 419
    ...HIGHLANDER_U (L/O 0409) Important information about your Toyota Occupant restraint systems Toyota encourages you and your family to take the time to read Section 1−3...the head and chest with interior portions of the vehicle. iii 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... of the transmission selector lever D Whether the driver and front passenger wore the seat belts or not D Driver's seat position D Front passenger's occupant classification iv 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 421
    ...However, if necessary Toyota will: D Use the data for research on Toyota vehicle safety performance D Disclose the data to a third party for research purposes without...refer to the "Owner's Warranty Information Booklet" or "Owner's Manual Supplement". v 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    ... For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the "Scheduled Maintenance Guide" or "Owner's Manual Supplement". Important health and safety information about ... skin by washing thoroughly with soap and water. vi 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 423
    ... control system, vehicle stability control system, SRS airbag system and seat belt pretensioner system, be sure to check with your Toyota dealer for precautionary measures or special instructions regarding installation. vii 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 424
    .... Be sure to have the systems of the SRS airbag and seat belt pretensioner removed and disposed of by the qualified service shop or by your Toyota dealer before you dispose of your vehicle. viii 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 425
    ... 3. Leak detection pump (2AZ −FE engine) This pump performs fuel evaporation leakage check. This check is done approximately five ... hear sound coming from underneath the luggage compartment for several minutes. It does not indicate a malfunction. ix 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
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    .... See page 381 for detailed information. Tire information: See pages 385 through 393. Tire inflation pressure: See page 410. Publication No. OM48570U Part No. 01999-48570 Printed in Japan 01 −0411 −00 C ( U) 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 428
    ... as much about the quality and importance of proper maintenance of your new vehicle as the people who built it. The Toyota authorized Repair Manual tells you how to ... to know to perform your own maintenance in virtually every area of your new vehicle. 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 429
    ...clearance adjustment and engine oil and filter replacement. Where to obtain the Repair Manual The repair manual for HIGHLANDER may be purchased from any Toyota dealer or the... Distribution Center toll−free at 1−800−622−2033. 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)
  • 2005 Toyota Highlander | Owners Manual - Page 430
    ... ABOUT YOU Ċ PLEASE BUCKLE UP Toyota has made a special effort to encourage use of seat belts. Toyota belts are: D Comfortable D Easy to use D Convenient We encourage you to use your belts every time you drive. U 2005 HIGHLANDER from Nov. '04 Prod. (OM48570U)



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