Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Customize Parameters

CUSTOMIZE PARAMETERS

1. CUSTOMIZE LIGHTING SYSTEM (EXT)

HINT:

The following items can be customized.

NOTICE:

  • When the customer requests a change in a function, first make sure that the function can be customized.
  • Be sure to make a note of the current settings before customizing.
  • When troubleshooting a function, first make sure that the function is set to the default setting.

(a) Customizing with the Techstream

(1) Connect the Techstream to the DLC3.

(2) Turn the ignition switch to ON.

(3) Turn the Techstream on.

(4) Enter the following menus: Customize Setting / Light Control or Illuminated Entry.

(5) Select the setting by referring to the table below.

Light Control

Display

Default

Content

Setting

Relevant ECU

Disp Ex ON Sen

NORMAL

Changes the ambient brightness level required to dim the lights such as the indicator lights of the combination meter, A/C indicator light and clock.*A

LIGHT2, LIGHT1, NORMAL, DARK1 or DARK2

Main Body ECU (Driver Side Junction Block Assembly)

Disp Ex OFF Sen

NORMAL

Changes the ambient brightness level required to cancel the dimming of the lights such as the indicator lights of the combination meter, A/C indicator light and clock.*B

LIGHT2, LIGHT1, NORMAL, DARK1 or DARK2

Light Auto OFF Delay

30 s

Keeps the headlights on for a certain period of time after turning the ignition switch off and closing all doors with the low beam headlights on.

OFF, 30 s, 60 s or 90 s

Sensitivity

Normal

Adjusts the sensitivity of the automatic light control system.*C

Light2, Light1, Normal, Dark1 or Dark2

DRL Function

ON

ON/OFF of the DRL function

ON or OFF

Automatic High Beam*

ON

ON/OFF of the automatic high beam function

ON or OFF

  • *: w/ Automatic High Beam

HINT:

The sensitivity adjustment may be difficult to confirm. Check by driving the customer's vehicle.

*A

Brightness level required to dim the lights

Setting

DARK2

DARK1

NORMAL

LIGHT1

LIGHT2

*B

Brightness level required to cancel the dimming of the lights

Setting

DARK2

DARK1

NORMAL

LIGHT1

LIGHT2

*C

Sensitivity of the automatic light control system

Setting

Dark2

Dark1

Normal

Light1

Light2

Illuminated Entry

Tester Display

Default

Content

Setting

Relevant ECU

Mirr-Foot-Lgt Approached

ON

Lights up the door mirror foot lights when a key enters any actuation area around the doors.

ON or OFF

Main Body ECU (Driver Side Junction Block Assembly)

Mirr-Foot-Lgt Unlocked

ON

Lights up door mirror foot lights when doors are unlocked using a mechanical key or door control transmitter.

ON or OFF

Mirr-Foot-Lgt w/Master SW

ON

  • Lights up door mirror foot lights when driver side door control switch on the multiplex network master switch assembly is pushed to unlock position.
  • Lights up door mirror foot lights when front passenger side door control switch on the power window regulator switch assembly is pushed to unlock position.

ON or OFF

Mirror Foot Lighting Time

15 s

Changes the lighting time of the door mirror foot lights.

7.5 s, 15 s, 30 s or 0 s

Exterior Light Control

ON

Changes the door mirror foot light control.

ON or OFF

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