Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: On-vehicle Inspection

ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION

PROCEDURE

1. CHECK POWER SOURCE MODE CHANGE FUNCTION

(a) Check the function of the engine switch.

(1) Check that power source mode changes in accordance with the conditions of the shift position and brake pedal.

Brake Pedal

Shift Lever

Power Source Mode Pattern

Depressed

P or N

When the engine switch is pushed once.

  • off → engine start

Not depressed

P

Each time the engine switch is pushed.

  • off → on (ACC) → on (IG) → off

Except P

Each time the engine switch is pushed.

  • off → on (ACC) → on (IG) → on (ACC)

-

P

When the engine switch is pushed in the on (IG) condition (engine running).

  • on (IG) → off

-

Except P

When the engine switch is pushed in the on (IG) condition (engine running).

  • on (IG) → on (ACC)

(b) Check that the power source mode changes without pressing the engine switch.

(1) With power source mode on (ACC) and the shift lever in P, wait for at least 1 hour. Check that the power source mode changes from on (ACC) to off automatically.

2. CHECK INDICATOR CONDITION


(a) Check the indicator light on the engine switch.

(1) Check that the engine switch indicator turns on and changes color according to the table below.

Power Source Mode/Condition

Indicator Light Condition

Brake Pedal Released

Brake Pedal Depressed, Shift Lever in P or N

off

off

Turns on (Green)

on (ACC, IG)

Turns on (Amber)

Turns on (Green)

Engine running

off

off

Steering lock not unlocked

Flashes (Green) for 30 sec.

Flashes (Green) for 30 sec.

System malfunction

Flashes (Amber) for 15 sec.

Flashes (Amber) for 15 sec.

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