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LEXUS ES 350 (2019 year). Instruction - part 11

 

 

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Certification

For vehicles sold in the U.S.A., Hawaii, Guam and Puerto Rico

For vehicles sold in Canada

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If a warning message is displayed on the multi-information display

A system may be temporarily unavailable or there may be a malfunction in the system.

In the following situations, perform the actions specified in the table. When the normal 

operating conditions are detected, the message will disappear and the system will 

become operational. 

If the message does not disappear, contact your Lexus dealer.

Situation

Actions

When the area around a sensor is covered 
with dirt, moisture (fogged up, covered with 
condensation, ice, etc.), or other foreign 
matter

To clean the part of the windshield in front of 
the front camera, use the windshield wipers 
or the windshield defogger of the air condi-
tioning system (

P.252).

When the temperature around the front 
camera is outside of the operational range, 
such as when the vehicle is in the sun or in an 
extremely cold environment

If the front camera is hot, such as after the 
vehicle had been parked in the sun, use the 
air conditioning system to decrease the tem-
perature around the front camera. 
If a sunshade was used when the vehicle was 
parked, depending on its type, the sunlight 
reflected from the surface of the sunshade 
may cause the temperature of the front cam-
era to become excessively high.

If the front camera is cold, such after the 
vehicle is parked in an extremely cold envi-
ronment, use the air conditioning system to 
increase the temperature around the front 
camera. 

The area in front of the front camera is 
obstructed, such as when the hood is open 
or a sticker is attached to the part of the 
windshield in front of the front camera.

Close the hood, remove the sticker, etc. to 
clear the obstruction.

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In the following situations, if the situation has changed (or the vehicle has been driven for 

some time) and the normal operating conditions are detected, the message will disappear 

and the system will become operational. 

If the message does not disappear, contact your Lexus dealer.
When the temperature around the radar sensor is outside of the operational range, such as 

when the vehicle is in the sun or in an extremely cold environment
When the front camera cannot detect objects in front of the vehicle, such as when driving in 

the dark, snow, or fog, or when bright lights are shining into the front camera

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The system can detect the following:
 Vehicles
 Bicyclists
 Pedestrians

Pre-collision warning

When the system determines that the 
possibility of a frontal collision is high, a 
buzzer will sound and a warning mes-
sage will be displayed on the multi-
information display to urge the driver 

to take evasive action.

Pre-collision brake assist

When the system determines that the 
possibility of a frontal collision is high, 
the system applies greater braking 
force in relation to how strongly the 
brake pedal is depressed.

Pre-collision braking

If the system determines that the possi-
bility of a frontal collision is extremely 
high, the brakes are automatically 
applied to help avoid the collision or 
reduce the impact of the collision.

Suspension control (if equipped)

When the system determines that the 
possibility of a frontal collision is high, 
the Adaptive Variable Suspension Sys-
tem (

P.236) will control the damp-

ing force of the shock absorbers to 
help maintain an appropriate vehicle 
posture.

PCS (Pre-Collision System)

The pre-collision system uses a 
radar sensor and front camera to 
detect objects (

P.169) in front o

the vehicle. When the system 
determines that the possibility of a 
frontal collision with an object is 
high, a warning operates to urge 
the driver to take evasive action 
and the potential brake pressure is 
increased to help the driver avoid 
the collision. If the system deter-
mines that the possibility of a frontal 
collision with an object is extremely 
high, the brakes are automatically 
applied to help avoid the collision or 
help reduce the impact of the colli-
sion.

The pre-collision system can be dis-
abled/enabled and the warning tim-
ing can be changed. (

P.171)

Detectable objects

System functions

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WARNING

Limitations of the pre-collision system

The driver is solely responsible for safe 

driving. Always drive safely, taking 

care to observe your surroundings. 

Do not use the pre-collision system 

instead of normal braking operations 

under any circumstances. This system 

will not prevent collisions or lessen col-

lision damage or injury in every situa-

tion. Do not overly rely on this system. 

Failure to do so may lead to an acci-

dent, resulting in death or serious 

injury.

Although this system is designed to 

help avoid a collision or help reduce 

the impact of the collision, its effective-

ness may change according to various 

conditions, therefore the system may 

not always be able to achieve the same 

level of performance. 

Read the following conditions care-

fully. Do not overly rely on this system 

and always drive carefully.

• Conditions under which the system 

may operate even if there is no possi-

bility of a collision: 

P.173

• Conditions under which the system 

may not operate properly: 

P.174

Do not attempt to test the operation of 

the pre-collision system yourself. 

Depending on the objects used for 

testing (dummies, cardboard objects 

imitating detectable objects, etc.), the 

system may not operate properly, pos-

sibly leading to an accident.

Pre-collision braking

When the pre-collision braking func-

tion is operating, a large amount of 

braking force will be applied.

If the vehicle is stopped by the opera-

tion of the pre-collision braking func-

tion, the pre-collision braking function 

operation will be canceled after 

approximately 2 seconds. 

Depress the brake pedal as necessary.

The pre-collision braking function may 

not operate if certain operations are 

performed by the driver. If the acceler-

ator pedal is being depressed strongly 

or the steering wheel is being turned, 

the system may determine that the 

driver is taking evasive action and pos-

sibly prevent the pre-collision braking 

function from operating.

In some situations, while the pre-colli-

sion braking function is operating, 

operation of the function may be can-

celed if the accelerator pedal is 

depressed strongly or the steering 

wheel is turned and the system deter-

mines that the driver is taking evasive 

action.

If the brake pedal is being depressed, 

the system may determine that the 

driver is taking evasive action and pos-

sibly delay the operation timing of the 

pre-collision braking function.

When to disable the pre-collision sys-

tem

In the following situations, disable the 

system, as it may not operate properly, 

possibly leading to an accident resulting 

in death or serious injury:

When the vehicle is being towed

When your vehicle is towing another 

vehicle

When transporting the vehicle via 

truck, boat, train or similar means of 

transportation

When the vehicle is raised on a lift with 

the engine running and the tires are 

allowed to rotate freely

When inspecting the vehicle using a 

drum tester such as a chassis dyna-

mometer or speedometer tester, or 

when using an on vehicle wheel bal-

ancer

When a strong impact is applied to the 

front bumper or front grille, due to an 

accident or other reasons

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Enabling/disabling the pre-colli-
sion system

The pre-collision system can be 
enabled/disabled on 

 (

P.72) of 

the multi-information display.

The system is automatically enabled each 
time the engine switch is turned to IGNI-
TION ON mode.

If the system is disabled, the PCS warn-
ing light will turn on and a message will 
be displayed on the multi-information 
display.

Changing the pre-collision warn-
ing timing

The pre-collision warning timing can 
be changed on 

 (

P.72) of the 

multi-information display.

The warning timing setting is retained 
when the engine switch is turned off. How-
ever, if the pre-collision system is disabled 
and re-enabled, the operation timing will 
return to the default setting (middle).

1

Early

2

Middle

This is the default setting.

3

Late

Operational conditions

The pre-collision system is enabled and the system determines that the possibility of a frontal 

WARNING

If the vehicle cannot be driven in a sta-

ble manner, such as when the vehicle 

has been in an accident or is malfunc-

tioning

When the vehicle is driven in a sporty 

manner or off-road

When the tires are not properly 

inflated

When the tires are very worn

When tires of a size other than speci-

fied are installed

When tire chains are installed

When a compact spare tire or an 

emergency tire puncture repair kit is 

used

If equipment (snow plow, etc.) that may 

obstruct the radar sensor or front cam-

era is temporarily installed to the vehi-

cle

Changing settings of the pre-col-
lision system

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collision with a detected object is high.
Each function is operational at the following speed

Pre-collision warning

Pre-collision brake assist

Pre-collision braking 

The system may not operate in the following situations:

If a battery terminal has been disconnected and reconnected and then the vehicle has not 

been driven for a certain amount of time

If the shift lever is in R

When the VSC OFF indicator is illuminated (only the pre-collision warning function will 

be operational)

Object detection function

The system detects objects based on their 

size, profile, motion, etc. However, an object 

may not be detected depending on the sur-

rounding brightness and the motion, pos-

ture, and angle of the detected object, 

preventing the system from operating prop-

erly. (

P.174) The illustration shows an 

image of detectable objects. 

Detectable objects

Vehicle speed

Relative speed between your 
vehicle and object

Vehicles

Approx. 7 to 110 mph (10 to 
180 km/h)

Approx. 7 to 110 mph (10 to 
180 km/h)

Bicyclists and pedestrians

Approx. 7 to 50 mph (10 to 
80 km/h)

Approx. 7 to 50 mph (10 to 
80 km/h)

Detectable objects

Vehicle speed

Relative speed between your 
vehicle and object

Vehicles

Approx. 20 to 110 mph (30 
to 180 km/h)

Approx. 20 to 110 mph (30 
to 180 km/h)

Bicyclists and pedestrians

Approx. 20 to 50 mph (30 
to 80 km/h)

Approx. 20 to 50 mph (30 
to 80 km/h)

Detectable objects

Vehicle speed

Relative speed between your 
vehicle and object

Vehicles

Approx. 7 to 110 mph (10 to 
180 km/h)

Approx. 7 to 110 mph (10 to 
180 km/h)

Bicyclists and pedestrians

Approx. 7 to 50 mph (10 to 
80 km/h)

Approx. 7 to 50 mph (10 to 
80 km/h)

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Cancelation of the pre-collision braking

If either of the following occur while the 

pre-collision braking function is operating, it 

will be canceled:

The accelerator pedal is depressed 

strongly.

The steering wheel is turned sharply or 

abruptly.

Conditions under which the system may 

operate even if there is no possibility of a 

collision

In some situations such as the following, 

the system may determine that there is a 

possibility of a frontal collision and oper-

ate.

• When passing a detectable object, etc.

• When changing lanes while overtaking a 

detectable object, etc.

• When approaching a detectable object 

in an adjacent lane or on the roadside, 

such as when changing the course of 

travel or driving on a winding road

• When rapidly closing on a detectable 

object, etc. 

• When approaching objects on the road-

side, such as detectable objects, guard-

rails, utility poles, trees, or walls

• When there is a detectable object or 

other object by the roadside at the 

entrance of a curve

• When there are patterns or paint in front 

of your vehicle that may be mistaken for a 

detectable object

• When the front of your vehicle is hit by 

water, snow, dust, etc.

• When overtaking a detectable object 

that is changing lanes or making a 

right/left turn

• When passing a detectable object in an 

oncoming lane that is stopped to make a 

right/left turn

• When a detectable object approaches 

very close and then stops before entering 

the path of your vehicle

• If the front of your vehicle is raised or low-

ered, such as when on an uneven or 

undulating road surface

• When driving on a road surrounded by a 

structure, such as in a tunnel or on an iron 

bridge

• When there is a metal object (manhole 

cover, steel plate, etc.), steps, or a protru-

sion in front of your vehicle

• When passing under an object (road 

sign, billboard, etc.)

• When approaching an electric toll gate 

barrier, parking area barrier, or other 

barrier that opens and closes

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• When using an automatic car wash

• When driving through or under objects 

that may contact your vehicle, such as 

thick grass, tree branches, or a banner

• When driving through steam or smoke

• When driving near an object that reflects 

radio waves, such as a large truck or 

guardrail

• When driving near a TV tower, broad-

casting station, electric power plant, or 

other location where strong radio waves 

or electrical noise may be present

Situations in which the system may not 

operate properly

In some situations such as the following, 

an object may not be detected by the 

radar sensor and front camera, prevent-

ing the system from operating properly:

• When a detectable object is approaching 

your vehicle

• When your vehicle or a detectable object 

is wobbling

• If a detectable object makes an abrupt 

maneuver (such as sudden swerving, 

acceleration or deceleration)

• When your vehicle approaches a detect-

able object rapidly

• When a detectable object is not directly 

in front of your vehicle

• When a detectable object is near a wall, 

fence, guardrail, manhole cover, vehicle, 

steel plate on the road, etc.

• When a detectable object is under a 

structure

• When part of a detectable object is hid-

den by an object, such as large baggage, 

an umbrella, or guardrail

• When multiple detectable objects are 

close together

• If the sun or other light is shining directly 

on a detectable object

• When a detectable object is a shade of 

white and looks extremely bright

• When a detectable object appears to be 

nearly the same color or brightness as its 

surroundings

• If a detectable object cuts or suddenly 

emerges in front of your vehicle

• When the front of your vehicle is hit by 

water, snow, dust, etc.

• When a very bright light ahead, such as 

the sun or the headlights of oncoming 

traffic, shines directly into the front cam-

era

• When approaching the side or front of a 

vehicle ahead

• If a vehicle ahead is a motorcycle

• If a vehicle ahead is narrow, such as a per-

sonal mobility vehicle

• If a preceding vehicle has a small rear 

end, such as an unloaded truck

• If a preceding vehicle has a low rear end, 

such as a low bed trailer

• If a vehicle ahead has extremely high 

ground clearance

• If a vehicle ahead is carrying a load which 

protrudes past its rear bumper

• If a vehicle ahead is irregularly shaped, 

such as a tractor or side car

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• If a vehicle ahead is a child sized bicycle, 

a bicycle that is carrying a large load, a 

bicycle ridden by more than one person, 

or a uniquely shaped bicycle (bicycle with 

a child seat, tandem bicycle, etc.)

• If a pedestrian/or the riding height of a 

bicyclist ahead is shorter than approxi-

mately 3.2 ft. (1 m) or taller than approxi-

mately 6.5 ft. (2 m)

• If a pedestrian/bicyclist is wearing over-

sized clothing (a rain coat, long skirt, 

etc.), making their silhouette obscure

• If a pedestrian is bending forward or 

squatting or bicyclist is bending forward

• If a pedestrian/bicyclist is moving fast

• If a pedestrian is pushing a stroller, wheel-

chair, bicycle or other vehicle

• When driving in inclement weather such 

as heavy rain, fog, snow or a sandstorm

• When driving through steam or smoke

• When the surrounding area is dim, such 

as at dawn or dusk, or while at night or in 

a tunnel, making a detectable object 

appear to be nearly the same color as its 

surroundings

• When driving in a place where the sur-

rounding brightness changes suddenly, 

such as at the entrance or exit of a tunnel

• After the engine has started the vehicle 

has not been driven for a certain amount 

of time

• While making a left/right turn and for a 

few seconds after making a left/right turn

• While driving on a curve and for a few 

seconds after driving on a curve

• If your vehicle is skidding

• If the front of the vehicle is raised or low-

ered

• If the wheels are misaligned

• If a wiper blade is blocking the front cam-

era

• The vehicle is being driven at extremely 

high speeds.

• When driving on a hill

• If the radar sensor or front camera is mis-

aligned

In some situations such as the following, 

sufficient braking force may not be 

obtained, preventing the system from 

performing properly:

• If the braking functions cannot operate to 

their full extent, such as when the brake 

parts are extremely cold, extremely hot, 

or wet

• If the vehicle is not properly maintained 

(brakes or tires are excessively worn, 

improper tire inflation pressure, etc.)

• When the vehicle is being driven on a 

gravel road or other slippery surface

If VSC is disabled

If VSC is disabled (

P.237), the pre-col-

lision brake assist and pre-collision brak-

ing functions are also disabled.

The PCS warning light will turn on and 

“VSC Turned OFF Pre-Collision Brake 

System Unavailable” will be displayed on 

the multi-information display.

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LTA (Lane Tracing Assist)

When driving on highways and 
freeways with white (yellow) lane 
lines, this function alerts the driver 
when the vehicle might depart from 
its lane or course

*

 and provides 

assistance by operating the steer-
ing wheel to keep the vehicle in its 
lane or course

*

. Furthermore, the 

system provides steering assistance 
when dynamic radar cruise control 
with full-speed range is operating 
to keep the vehicle in its lane.
The LTA system recognizes white 
(yellow) lane lines or a course

*

 

using the front camera. Addition-
ally, it detects preceding vehicles 
using the front camera and radar.

*

: Boundary between asphalt and the 

side of the road, such as grass, soil, or 
a curb

WARNING

Before using LTA system

Do not rely solely upon the LTA sys-

tem. The LTA system does not auto-

matically drive the vehicle or reduce 

the amount of attention that must be 

paid to the area in front of the vehicle. 

The driver must always assume full 

responsibility for driving safely by pay-

ing careful attention to the surround-

ing conditions and operating the 

steering wheel to correct the path of 

the vehicle. Also, the driver must take 

adequate breaks when fatigued, such 

as from driving for a long period of 

time.

Failure to perform appropriate driving 

operations and pay careful attention 

may lead to an accident, resulting in 

death or serious injury.

When not using the LTA system, use 

the LTA switch to turn the system off.

Situations unsuitable for LTA system

In the following situations, use the LTA 

switch to turn the system off. Failure to do 

so may lead to an accident, resulting in 

death or serious injury.

Vehicle is driven on a road surface 

which is slippery due to rainy weather, 

fallen snow, freezing, etc.

Vehicle is driven on a snow-covered 

road.

White (yellow) lines are difficult to see 

due to rain, snow, fog, dust, etc.

Vehicle is driven in a temporary lane or 

restricted lane due to construction 

work.

Vehicle is driven in a construction 

zone.

A spare tire, tire chains, etc. are 

equipped.

When the tires have been excessively 

worn, or when the tire inflation pres-

sure is low.

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WARNING

When tires of a size other than speci-

fied are installed.

Vehicle is driven in traffic lanes other 

than that highways and freeways.

During emergency towing

Preventing LTA system malfunctions 

and operations performed by mistake

Do not modify the headlights or place 

stickers, etc. on the surface of the 

lights.

Do not modify the suspension etc. If 

the suspension etc. needs to be 

replaced, contact your Lexus dealer.

Do not install or place anything on the 

hood or grille. Also, do not install a 

grille guard (bull bars, kangaroo bar, 

etc.).

If your windshield needs repairs, con-

tact your Lexus dealer.

Conditions in which functions may 

not operate properly

In the following situations, the functions 

may not operate properly and the vehicle 

may depart from its lane. Drive safely by 

always paying careful attention to your 

surroundings and operate the steering 

wheel to correct the path of the vehicle 

without relying solely on the functions.

When the follow-up cruising display is 

displayed (

P.181) and the preceding 

vehicle changes lanes. (Your vehicle 

may follow the preceding vehicle and 

also change lanes.)

When the follow-up cruising display is 

displayed (

P.181) and the preceding 

vehicle is swaying. (Your vehicle may 

sway accordingly and depart from the 

lane.)

When the follow-up cruising display is 

displayed (

P.181) and the preceding 

vehicle departs from its lane. (Your 

vehicle may follow the preceding vehi-

cle and depart from the lane.)

When the follow-up cruising display is 

displayed (

P.181) and the preceding 

vehicle is being driven extremely close 

to the left/right lane line. (Your vehicle 

may follow the preceding vehicle and 

depart from the lane.)

Vehicle is being driven around a sharp 

curve.

Objects or patterns that could be mis-

taken for white (yellow) lines are pres-

ent on the side of the road (guardrails, 

curbs, reflective poles, etc.).

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WARNING

Vehicle is driven where the road 

diverges, merges, etc.

Repair marks of asphalt, white (yellow) 

lines, etc. are present due to road 

repair.

There are shadows on the road that 

run parallel with, or cover, the white 

(yellow) lines.

The vehicle is driven in an area without 

white (yellow) lines, such as in front of a 

tollgate or checkpoint, or at an inter-

section, etc.

The white (yellow) lines are cracked, 

“Botts’ dots”, “Raised pavement 

marker” or stones are present.

The white (yellow) lines cannot be 

seen or are difficult to see due to sand, 

etc.

The vehicle is driven on a road surface 

that is wet due to rain, puddles, etc.

The traffic lines are yellow (which may 

be more difficult to recognize than 

lines that are white).

The white (yellow) lines cross over a 

curb, etc.

The vehicle is driven on a bright sur-

face, such as concrete.

If the edge of the road is not clear or 

straight.

The vehicle is driven on a surface that 

is bright due to reflected light, etc.

The vehicle is driven in an area where 

the brightness changes suddenly, such 

as at the entrances and exits of tunnels, 

etc.

Light from the headlights of an oncom-

ing vehicle, the sun, etc. enters the 

camera.

The vehicle is driven on a slope.

The vehicle is driven on a road which 

tilts left or right, or a winding road.

The vehicle is driven on an unpaved or 

rough road.

The traffic lane is excessively narrow 

or wide.

The vehicle is extremely tilted due to 

carrying heavy luggage or having 

improper tire pressure.

The distance to the preceding vehicle 

is extremely short.

The vehicle is moving up and down a 

large amount due to road conditions 

during driving (poor roads or road 

seams).

When driving in a tunnel or at night 

with the headlights off or when a head-

light is dim due to its lens being dirty or 

it being misaligned.

The vehicle is struck by a crosswind.

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Lane departure alert function

When the system determines that the 
vehicle might depart from its lane or 
course*, a warning is displayed on the 
multi-information display, and either a 
warning buzzer will sound or the steer-
ing wheel will vibrate to alert the driver.

When the warning buzzer sounds or the 
steering wheel vibrates, check the area 
around your vehicle and carefully operate 
the steering wheel to move the vehicle 
back to the center of the lane.
Vehicles with Blind Spot Monitor: When 
the system determines that the vehicle 
might depart from its lane and that the pos-
sibility of a collision with an overtaking 
vehicle in the adjacent lane is high, the lane 
departure alert will operate even if the turn 
signals are operating.

*

: Boundary between asphalt and the side 

of the road, such as grass, soil, or a curb

Steering assist function

When the system determines that the 
vehicle might depart from its lane or 
course

*

, the system provides assis-

tance as necessary by operating the 
steering wheel in small amounts for a 
short period of time to keep the vehicle 
in its lane.

If the system detects that the steering 
wheel has not been operated for a fixed 
amount of time or the steering wheel is not 
being firmly gripped, a warning is displayed 
on the multi-information display and the 
function is temporarily canceled.
Vehicles with Blind Spot Monitor: When 
the system determines that the vehicle 
might depart from its lane and that the pos-
sibility of a collision with an overtaking 
vehicle in the adjacent lane is high, the 
steering assist function will operate even if 
the turn signals are operating.

*

: Boundary between asphalt and the side 

of the road, such as grass, soil, or a curb

WARNING

The vehicle is affected by wind from a 

vehicle driven in a nearby lane.

The vehicle has just changed lanes or 

crossed an intersection.

Tires which differ by structure, manu-

facturer, brand or tread pattern are 

used.

Snow tires, etc. are equipped.

The vehicle is being driven at 

extremely high speeds.

Functions included in LTA system

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Vehicle sway warning function

When the vehicle is swaying within a 
lane, the warning buzzer will sound and 
a message will be displayed on the 
multi-information display to alert the 
driver.

Lane centering function

This function is linked with dynamic 
radar cruise control with full-speed 
range and provides the required assis-
tance by operating the steering wheel 
to keep the vehicle in its current lane.

When dynamic radar cruise control with 
full-speed range is not operating, the lane 
centering function does not operate.
In situations where the white (yellow) lane 
lines are difficult to see or are not visible, 
such as when in a traffic jam, this function 
will operate to help follow a preceding 
vehicle by monitoring the position of the 
preceding vehicle.
If the system detects that the steering 
wheel has not been operated for a fixed 
amount of time or the steering wheel is not 
being firmly gripped, a warning is displayed 
on the multi-information display and the 
function is temporarily canceled.

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Press the LTA switch to turn the LTA 
system on.

The LTA indicator illuminates and a mes-
sage is displayed on the multi-information 
display.
Press the LTA switch again to turn the LTA 
system off.
When the LTA system is turned on or off, 
operation of the LTA system continues in 
the same condition the next time the 
engine is started.

LTA indicator

The illumination condition of the indicator 
informs the driver of the system operation 
status.
Illuminated in white: 
LTA system is operating.

Illuminated in green: 
Steering wheel assistance of the steering 
assist function or lane centering function is 
operating.
Flashing in orange: 
Lane departure alert function is operating.

Operation display of steering 
wheel operation support

Displayed when the multi-information dis-
play is switched to the driving assist system 
information screen
Indicates that steering wheel assistance of 
the steering assist function or lane center-
ing function is operating.
Both outer sides of the lane are displayed: 
Indicates that steering wheel assist of the 
lane centering function is operating.
One outer side of the lane is displayed: 
Indicates that steering wheel assist of the 
steering assist function is operating.
Both outer sides of the lane are flashing: 
Alerts the driver that their input is neces-
sary to stay in the center of the lane (lane 
centering function).

Follow-up cruising display

Displayed when the multi-information dis-
play is switched to the driving assist system 
information screen
Indicates that steering assist of the lane 
centering function is operating by monitor-
ing the position of a preceding vehicle.
When the follow-up cruising display is dis-
played, if the preceding vehicle moves, 
your vehicle may move in the same way. 
Always pay careful attention to your sur-
roundings and operate the steering wheel 
as necessary to correct the path of the 
vehicle and ensure safety.

Lane departure alert function dis-
play

Displayed when the multi-information dis-

Turning LTA system on

Indications on multi-information 
display

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