Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Customize Parameters

CUSTOMIZE PARAMETERS

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.

HINT:

The following items can be customized.

Air Conditioner

Display (Item)

Default

Content

Setting

Set Temperature Shift

Normal

Function to control with the shifted temperature against the displayed temperature

+2C, +1C, Normal, -1C, -2C

Evaporator Control

Automatic

Function to set the evaporator control to the AUTOMATIC position (AUTO) to save power, or to the coldest position (MANUAL) to dehumidify air and to prevent the windows from fogging up

Automatic or Manual

Compressor Mode

Automatic

Function to automatically turn the A/C on by pressing the AUTO button when blower is on and the A/C is off

Automatic or Manual

Foot / DEF Auto Mode

ON

Function to automatically turn the airflow from FOOT/DEF on when AUTO mode is on

ON or OFF

Foot / DEF Automatic Blow Up Function

ON

Function to automatically increase the blower level when the defroster is on

ON or OFF

Ambient Temperature Shift

Normal

Function to control the shifted ambient temperature in relation to the displayed ambient temperature

+3C, +2C, +1C, Normal, -1C, -2C, -3C

Outside Air Mode Auto Switch Function

ON

Function to automatically change the air inlet to FRESH mode when the vehicle is parked

ON or OFF

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