Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Auxiliary boxes

Type A (driver’s side instrument panel)


Push down the knob.

Type B (front console)


Lift the lid.

Type C (front console)


Lift the lid.

Type D (front passenger’s side instrument panel)


 - Coin holder (type A)


Nickels, quarters and dimes can be stored separately.

 - Cable pass-through (type B and C)

Type B


The auxiliary boxes of the front console are provided with a hole that allows cables to be passed from the power outlet and AUX port/USB port.

For type B, push in the push bar before routing the cables. Otherwise the connector end may get stuck.

Type C


CAUTION

 - While driving (type A, B and C)

Keep the auxiliary boxes closed.

Injuries may result in the event of sudden braking, sudden swerving or an accident.

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