Toyota 2009 Tundra Automobile User Manual

User manual for the device Toyota 2009 Tundra Automobile

Toyota 2009 Tundra Automobile User Manual

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2009Quick Reference GuideMN 00505-QRG09-TUNPrinted in the USA 7/08

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2009TundraThe Quick Reference Guide is not intended as a substitute forthe Owner’s Manual located in your vehicle’s glove box. Westrongly encourage you to review the Owner’s Manual andsupplementary manuals so you will have a better understandingof your vehicle’s capabilities and limitations.Your dealership and the entire staff of Toyota Motor Sales,U.S.A., Inc. wish you many years of satisfied driving in yournew Tundra.Rear doorOVERVIEWThis Quick Reference Guide is a summary of basic veh

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INDEXOVERVIEWTelephone controls (Bluetooth®)SAFETY ANDEMERGENCY FEATURES123Doors-Child safety locksSeat beltsSeat belts-Shoulder belt anchorSpare tire & toolsTire Pressure Monitoring (warning) System261111241919152928282928Visit your Toyota dealer for information on customizing this feature.Programmable by customer. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for instructions andmore information.HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls, Inc.1SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURESTilt and telescopic st

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OVERVIEWInstrument panelBench seat with manualAir Conditioning SystemOVERVIEWSteering wheelcontrols (if equipped)Separate seat with manualAir Conditioning systemFEATURES/OPERATIONS2Seat heater controls1Front passenger airbag manual ON/OFFswitch1 (in glove box)Air Conditioning controls12V DC Power outletAUX audio jackCigarette lighter“TOW/HAUL” button1Two-wheel/Four-wheel drive selector1Cruise control1Tire Pressure Warning System resetInterior light/Personal light main switchInstrument panel

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OVERVIEWInstrument clusterCharging system warning1Low engine oil pressure warning1Malfunction/Check Engine indicator1OVERVIEWFront passenger occupant classification or front passenger airbagON/OFF indicator1Without multi-information displayEngine oil replacement reminder1Low fuel level warningOpen door warningAirbag SRS warning1With multi-information displayMaster warningAutomatic Transmission fluid temperature warning1Low windshield washer fluid level warningTheft deterrent/Engine immobilizer s

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OVERVIEWKeyless entryFuel tank door release and capLocking operationPullPushUnlocking operationOVERVIEWTurnStoreNOTE: Tighten until one click isheard. If the cap is not tightenedenough, Check Engine “”indicator may illuminate.NOTE: If a door is not opened within 30 seconds of unlocking, all doors willHood releaseFEATURES/OPERATIONSPush ONCE: Driver doorTWICE: All doorsrelock for safety.Panic buttonPullPush and holdBrightnesscontrol+SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURESLight control-Instrument panelP

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OVERVIEWEngine maintenance6 cylinder (1GR-FE) engineFEATURES/OPERATIONSAutomatic TransmissionFloor shift typeOVERVIEWPark*ReverseNeutralDrive“S” “D”4.7L 8 cylinder (2UZ-FE) engineColumn shift type“S” mode+(“S” mode)ReverseNeutralDrive5.7L 8 cylinder (3UR-FE/3UR-FBE) engine- (“S” mode)“S” modeFEATURES/OPERATIONSPark** The engine switch must be set at “ON” and the brake pedal depressed toshift from Park.“S” (Sequential) modeShift the shift lever to “S” position

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSTilt and telescopic (if equipped)steering wheelFour-wheel drive (if equipped)Tilt steering wheelTurnWDAngleTilt and telescopic steering wheelAngleLengthOVERVIEWManualTurnPushand turnHigh speed (2WD)Low speed (4WD)Shift to “N” position when stopped, then push and turn to “4L.”Hold wheel, push lever down, set angle and length, and return lever.PowerUpAway fromthe driverFor best fuel economy and performance under normal driving conditions,keep in “2WD” position.Mirror

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSMoonroof (if equipped)Sliding operationOpenCloseTiltPush once to open/close completely. To stop partway, press theswitch lightly.Seat adjustments-FrontSeparate seat-Regular cab modelSeparate seat-Double cab and CrewMax modelsPositionSeatback angleSeat cushion angleSeat heightLumbar support (if equipped)Seatback angle (side)Seatback angle (center)Leg supportPosition, cushion angle and heightFEATURES/OPERATIONSManual seatOVERVIEWCloseTilting operationPower seatSeat adjustments-R

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSSeats-Head restraintsFront-Separate seat (type B)Front-Separate seat (type A)(2)(1) Stow(1)Lock release buttonLock release buttonFront-Bench seatPull(2)Rear (double cab model)(3) Pull andfold downWindshield wipers & washersWith intermittent wiperAdjust interval*Single wipeInterval wipeLock release buttonLock release buttonSeats-FoldingPull to washand wipeFEATURES/OPERATIONSRear (CrewMax model)(3) Lift upRear (CrewMax model)(1) StowLock release buttonOVERVIEW(2)Rear (double cab

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSLights & turn signalsHeadlightsPower outlets-12V DC (if equipped)Separate seatsHeadlightsParking lightsHigh beamInstrument panelInside of the center console boxBack of the center console boxBack of the center console box(CrewMax model)Low beamHigh beam flasherBench seatInstrument panelUnder the seat cushionof the front center seatBack of the front center seatBack of the front center seat(CrewMax model)Front fog lights (if equipped)TurnFEATURES/OPERATIONS-Daytime Running Light

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSMulti-information display (if equipped)Windows-Power (if equipped)Regular cab modelUpPush “SETUP US/M” to customize to the following settings:(1) UNIT (US/M)(2) KEYLESS ENTRY FEEDBACK(3) KEYLESS ENTRY RELOCK TIMER(4) KEYLESS ENTRY ALL DOORS UNLOCK(5) DOOR AUTO LOCKING(6) DOOR AUTO UNLOCKING(7) HEADLAMPS AUTO OFF TIMER(8) COURTESY LAMPS OFF TIMER(9) DEFAULT SETTINGAutomatic down operation (driver side only)Push the switch completely down and release to fully open. To stopwi

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSAir Conditioning/HeatingManual Air ConditioningAutomatic Air ConditioningOVERVIEWGarage door opener (HomeLink®)*(if equipped)Refer to “Garage door opener,” Section 3-7 in the Owner’s Manual formore details.For programming assistance, contact the Toyota Customer ExperienceCenter at 1-800-331-4331, or visit http://www.homelink.com.* HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls, Inc.21SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURESGarage door openers manufactured under license f

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSPush to turnON/OFFPreset buttons - functions in othermodes indicated above numberEject CDSeek station/CD track selectPush to adjusttone, balance& ASL*Type 2 additional functionsPush to skipup/downMP3 folderModeStation/CDtrack scanSteering wheel switches (if equipped)Volume controlView CDinformationFEATURES/OPERATIONSView MP3folder and/orSatellite Radiocategory type“”-In radio modePush to select a preset station; push and hold to seek the next strongstation.-In CD modePush

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSRear seat entertainment system(if equipped)Separate seatsAccessory meter (if equipped)OVERVIEWBench seat115V AC Power outlet ON/OFF switchFront audio systemDVD playerDVD screenRemote control115V AC Power outletA/V input adapterRefer to your Owner’s Manual for complete details on this system beforeattempting to use it.Cruise control (if equipped)Turning system ON/OFFFEATURES/OPERATIONSOutside temperature/Cruise information displayClockHour setMinute setChange information (if

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FEATURES/OPERATIONSTelephone controls (Bluetooth®)(if equipped)MicrophoneSteering wheel telephone switchesVolumeCenter consoleBench seatFront center seatVoice commandbuttonEnd callBack of the center console box(double cab model)Back of the front center seatback(double cab model)Bluetooth® technology allows dialing or receipt of calls without takinghands from the steering wheel or using a cable to connect the telephoneand the system.Refer to “Hands-free telephone system,” Section 1-8 in the

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SAFETY ANDEMERGENCY FEATURESSeat beltsTake up slackToo highTa bKeep as low onhips as possibleB u c k leIf belt is fully extended, then retracted even slightly, it cannot bere-extended beyond that point, unless fully retracted again. This featureis used to help hold child restraint systems securely.To find more information about seat belts, and how to install a childrestraint system, refer to the Owner's Manual.Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor(CrewMax and double cab models)Push up, or squeezelock

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2009TundraThe Quick Reference Guide is not intended as a substitute forthe Owner’s Manual located in your vehicle’s glove box. Westrongly encourage you to review the Owner’s Manual andsupplementary manuals so you will have a better understandingof your vehicle’s capabilities and limitations.Your dealership and the entire staff of Toyota Motor Sales,U.S.A., Inc. wish you many years of satisfied driving in yournew Tundra.Rear doorOVERVIEWThis Quick Reference Guide is a summary of basic veh

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2009Quick Reference GuideMN 00505-QRG09-TUNPrinted in the USA 7/08

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