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Lexus RX L (2022 year). Manual in english - page 20

 

 

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Operation condition

The engine switch is in IGNITION ON 

mode.

When the air conditioning system is 

operating in front seat concentrated air-

flow mode (S-FLOW)

If a passenger is not detected in the front 

passenger seat, the seat ventilator of the 

front passenger’s seat will be turned off if 

on. (

P.422)

Customization

Some functions can be customized. 

(

P.592)

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5-4.Using the interior lights

Outer foot lights
Instrument panel ornament light (if equipped)
Shift lever light (if equipped)
Front interior light (

P.433)

Front personal lights (

P.433)

Door trim ornament lights (if equipped)
Rear interior light (

P.433)

Rear personal lights (

P.433)

Door courtesy lights
Footwell lights
Scuff lights (if equipped)
Front center console light

Interior lights list

Location of the interior lights

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Front interior light

Turns the lights on/off (touch the light)

Turns the door position on/off

On
Off

Rear interior light

The rear interior light turns on/off 
together with the front interior light.

Front personal lights

Turns the lights on/off (touch the lights)

Rear personal lights

Turns the lights on/off

Illuminated entry system

The lights automatically turn on/off accord-

ing to the engine switch mode, the pres-

ence of the electronic key, whether the 

doors are locked/unlocked, and whether 

the doors are opened/closed.

To prevent the battery from being dis-

charged

If the interior lights remain on when the 

engine switch is turned off, the lights will go 

off automatically after 20 minutes.

When front interior light or front per-

sonal lights do not respond as normal

In the following cases, the interior lights and 

front personal lights may not respond as 

normal.

When water, dirt, etc., have adhered to 

the lens surface

When operated with a wet hand

When wearing gloves, etc.

Operating the interior lights

Operating the personal lights

A
B

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5-4. Using the interior lights

The interior lights may turn on automati-

cally when

If any of the SRS airbags deploy (inflate) or 

in the event of a strong rear impact, the inte-

rior lights will turn on automatically.
The interior lights will turn off automatically 

after approximately 20minutes.
The interior lights can be turned off manu-

ally. However, in order to help prevent fur-

ther collisions, it is recommended that they 

be left on until safety can be ensured.
(The interior lights may not turn on auto-

matically depending on the force of the 

impact and conditions of the collision.)

Customization

Some functions can be customized. 

(

P.592)

NOTICE

Removing light lenses

Never remove the lens for the front inte-

rior light and front personal lights. Other-

wise, the lights will be damaged. If the 

lens need to remove, contact any author-

ized Lexus retailer or Lexus authorized 

repairer, or any reliable repairer.

To prevent battery discharge

Do not leave the lights on longer than 

necessary when the engine is not run-

ning.

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5-5.Using the storage features

Vehicles with bench-type second-row seats

Glove box (

P.437)

Auxiliary boxes (if equipped) (

P.440)

Door pockets (

P.439)

Bottle holders (

P.439)

Console box (

P.437)

Cup holders (

P.438)

Coin box (

P.439)

Smartphone holder (

P.437)

List of storage features

Location of the storage features

A
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C
D

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F

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436

5-5. Using the storage features

Vehicles with separate-type second-row seats

Glove box (

P.437)

Auxiliary boxes (if equipped) (

P.440)

Door pockets (

P.439)

Bottle holders (

P.439)

Console box (

P.437)

Cup holders (

P.438)

Coin box (

P.439)

Smartphone holder (

P.437)

A
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C
D

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F

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WARNING

Items that should not be left in the 

storage spaces

Do not leave glasses, lighters or spray 

cans in the storage spaces, as this may 

cause the following when cabin tempera-

ture becomes high:

Glasses may be deformed by heat or 

cracked if they come into contact with 

other stored items.

Lighters or spray cans may explode. If 

they come into contact with other 

stored items, the lighter may catch fire 

or the spray can may release gas, 

causing a fire hazard.

437

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1

Open (press the button)

2

Unlock with the mechanical key

3

Lock with the mechanical key

Glove box light

The glove box light turns on when the tail 

lights are on.

When cleaning the interior

Remove 

 to clean it.

When installing 

, engage the left and 

right claws and then engage the center 
claw.

Push the knob.

Lift by hand to fully open the console box.

Console box light

The console box light turns on when the tail 

lights are on.

Pen holder

A pen can be stored in the pen holder on 

the underside of the lid.

WARNING

When storage compartments are not 

in use

When driving or when the storage com-

partments are not in use, keep the lids 

closed.
In the event of sudden braking or sudden 

swerving, an accident may occur due to 

an occupant being struck by an open lid 

or the items stored inside.

Glove box

Smartphone holder

Console box

A

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5-5. Using the storage features

Tray in the console box

Remove the tray to access a storage space 

under the tray.

Front seats

Bench-type second-row seats

Pull down the armrest and then press 
down the button.

Separate-type second-row seats

Press in the button.

The depth of the front cup holder can be 

changed.

1

To store a water bottle, push down the 

bottom of the cup holder.

2

To return the bottom to its original posi-

tion, press the button.

Cup holders

WARNING

Items unsuitable for the cup holder

Do not place anything other than cups, 

aluminum cans, or water bottles in the 

cup holders. Other items may be 

thrown out of the holders in the event 

of an accident or sudden braking, pos-

sibly causing injury. If possible, cover 

hot drinks to prevent burns.

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Front

The door pockets can be opened and 
closed.

Rear

Bottle holders

When storing a bottle, close the cap.

The bottle may not be stored depending 

on its size or shape.

Press in the button.

WARNING

Rear cup holder: When not in use, 

keep the cup holders are closed. Inju-

ries may result in the event of an acci-

dent or sudden braking.

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the rear cup 

holder

Stow the cup holder before stowing the 

armrest.

Door pockets

WARNING

Caution while driving

Front door pockets: Keep the door pock-

ets closed while driving. Injuries may 

result in the event of an accident or sud-

den braking.

Bottle holders

NOTICE

Items unsuitable for the bottle hold-

ers

Do not place open bottle, glass or paper 

cups containing liquid in the bottle hold-

ers. Otherwise, contained liquid may be 

spilled. Glass cups may break if used in 

the bottle holders.

Coin box

440

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Type A (if equipped)

Press in the lid.

Type B (if equipped)

Pull up the lever to release the lock, 
and lift the lid.

WARNING

Caution while driving

Keep the coin box closed while driving. 

Injuries may result in the event of an acci-

dent or sudden braking.

Auxiliary boxes

WARNING

Items unsuitable for storing (Type A)

Do not store items heavier than 200 g 

(0.44 lb.). 

Doing so may cause the auxiliary box to 

open and the items inside may fall out, 

resulting in an accident.

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Pull down the hook to use.

The cargo hooks are provided for securing 
loose items.

RX300/RX350

RX350L

To hang the cargo net, use the cargo 
net hooks and rear cargo hooks.

To use the grocery bag hook, push it in.

RX300/RX350

Luggage compartment fea-
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Cargo hooks

WARNING

When cargo hooks are not in use

To avoid injury, always return the hooks 

to their stowed positions when not in use.

Cargo net hooks

WARNING

When the cargo net is not in use

To avoid injury, always return the hooks 

to their stowed positions when not in use.

Grocery bag hooks

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5-5. Using the storage features

RX350L

Removing the luggage cover unit 
(RX350L)

Remove the deck board and side auxil-
iary box cover and take out the lug-
gage cover unit. (

P.443)

Using the luggage cover

RX350L: Before installing the luggage 
cover, fold down the third-row seats. 
(

P.208)

1

Insert either end of the luggage 
cover into the recess, then com-

press the other end of the luggage 
cover and insert it into the recess.

2

Pull out the luggage cover and 
hook it onto the anchors.

Removing the luggage cover

1

Release the cover from the left and 
right anchors and allow it to retract.

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the grocery 

bag hooks

Do not hang any object heavier than 4 kg 

(8.8 lb.) on the grocery bag hooks.

Luggage cover

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Compress the end of the luggage 
cover and lift the luggage cover up.

RX300/RX350: After removing the lug-

gage cover, place it somewhere other than 

the passenger compartment.
RX350L: Stow the luggage cover under 

the deck board and side auxiliary box 

cover.

1

Pull the lever up and fold the flap of 
the deck board.

2

Lift the deck board and disengage 
the hook on the underside of the 
deck board.

3

Attach the hook to the upper edge 
of the back door opening as shown.

WARNING

Luggage cover

Do not place anything on the luggage 

cover. In the event of sudden braking 

or turning, the item may go flying and 

strike an occupant. This could lead to 

an unexpected accident, resulting in 

death or serious injury.

Do not allow children to climb on the 

luggage cover. Climbing on the lug-

gage cover could result in damage to 

the luggage cover, possibly causing 

death or serious injury to the child.

Auxiliary boxes 
(RX300/RX350)

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5-5. Using the storage features

Vehicles with a compact spare tire

Deck floor box

Deck side box

Vehicles with a full-size spare tire

Deck floor box

Deck side box

Vehicles without a spare tire

Deck floor box

Deck side box

WARNING

If the deck board is folded or 

removed

Return it to its original position before 

driving. In the event of sudden braking, 

an accident may occur due to an occu-

pant being struck by the deck board or 

the items stored in the deck under tray.

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Pull up the lever, lift the deck board 
and pull out the hook from the 
underside of the deck board.

2

Attach the hook to the upper edge 
of the back door opening as shown.

Deck floor box (if equipped)

Deck side box

NOTICE

When closing the back door

Do not leave the deck board hook 

hooked on the edge of the back door 

opening. The deck board hook may get 

damaged.

Auxiliary boxes (RX350L)

WARNING

If the deck board is folded or 

removed

Return it to its original position before 

driving. In the event of sudden braking, 

an accident may occur due to an occu-

pant being struck by the deck board or 

the items stored in the deck under tray.

446

5-5. Using the storage features

WARNING

When installing the deck side box and 

side auxiliary box cover

Make sure that the third-row seat 

seatbelt is positioned correctly. If the 

seatbelt is positioned incorrectly, the 

seatbelt may be damaged when a pas-

senger uses the seatbelt. Also, in the case 

of sudden braking, the side auxiliary box 

cover may come off and things stored in 

the deck side box may fly about and 

strike an occupant, possibly resulting in 

death or serious injury.

NOTICE

When closing the back door

Do not leave the deck board hook 

hooked on the edge of the back door 

opening. The deck board hook may get 

damaged.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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