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FUEL FILLER LID AND CAP
To open the fuel filler lid, push the fuel filler lid opener
Type B
WARNING
switch located on the lower side of the instrument
Fuel is extremely flammable and highly explo-
panel.
sive under certain conditions. You could be
To lock the fuel filler lid, close the lid until it securely
burned or seriously injured if it is misused or
locks.
mishandled. Always stop the engine and do
not smoke or allow open flames or sparks near
FUEL FILLER CAP
the vehicle when refuelling.
Type A
Fuel may be under pressure. Turn the cap a
half of a turn, and wait for any “hissing” sound
to stop to prevent fuel from spraying out and
possibly causing personal injury. Then remove
the cap.
Use only an original equipment type fuel filler
cap as a replacement. It has a built-in safety
valve needed for proper operation of the fuel
system and emission control system. An in-
correct cap can result in a serious malfunction
and possible injury.
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OPENING FUEL FILLER LID
The fuel filler cap is a ratcheting type. Turn the cap
Fuel filler lid opener switch
anticlockwise to remove. Tighten the cap clock-
wise until ratchet clicks, more than twice, after
refuelling.
Put the fuel filler cap on the cap holder
A while
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refuelling.
CAUTION
To open the fuel filler cap, turn the key anticlockwise
If fuel is spilled on the vehicle body, flush it away
.
with water to avoid paint damage.
Turn the fuel filler cap anticlockwise after the cap
is unlocked.
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3-18
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
AdBlue® FILLER LID AND CAP
The fuel filler cap is a screw-on ratcheting type. Af-
LOCKING AdBlue® FILLER LID
ter refuelling, tighten the cap clockwise until more
The AdBlue® filler lid is locked and unlocked using
than 2 ratcheting clicks are heard. The fuel filler cap
the Keyless Entry System, see “Remote Control Key
locks automatically when it is tightened.
system (where fitted)” earlier in this section for ad-
ditional details.
AdBlue® FILLER CAP
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The AdBlue® filler lid is located on the right hand
side of the vehicle.
OPENING AdBlue® FILLER LID
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The AdBlue® filler cap is a non-ratcheting type. Turn
the cap anticlockwise to remove. Tighten the cap
clockwise until tight.
CAUTION
If AdBlue® is spilled on the vehicle body, flush it
away with water to avoid paint damage.
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To open the AdBlue® filler lid, push the AdBlue® filler
lid slightly and release.
To close the AdBlue® filler lid, close the lid until it
securely locks in place.
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-19
CARGO BED (where fitted)
Opening the tailgate
TIE DOWN HOOKS (where fitted)
WARNING
While driving, never allow anyone to ride in the
cargo area. Abrupt braking or stopping could
lead to personal injury or death.
Do not drive the vehicle with the tailgate down.
Properly secure all cargo with ropes or straps
to help prevent it from sliding or shifting. In a
sudden stop or collision, unsecured cargo
could cause personal injury.
TAILGATE
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Locking or unlocking tailgate
(where fitted)
To open the tailgate, pull the tailgate handle and
For your convenience, four tie down hooks are
lower the tailgate. The support wires will hold the
placed on the inside of the cargo bed. These may be
gate open.
used to help secure cargo loaded into the cargo
bed.
The weight of the cargo load must be evenly dis-
tributed over both the front and the rear axles.
The weight of the cargo load must be evenly dis-
tributed over both the front and rear axles.
All cargo should be securely fastened with ropes
or straps to prevent it from shifting or sliding
All cargo should be securely fastened with ropes
within the vehicle.
or straps to prevent it from shifting or sliding
within the vehicle.
WARNING
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Do not drive the vehicle with the tailgate down.
While driving, never allow anyone to ride in the
cargo area. Abrupt braking or stopping could
To lock the tailgate, insert the key to the tailgate key
lead to personal injury or death.
cylinder and turn the key clockwise.
To unlock the tailgate, turn the key anticlockwise
Closing the tailgate
.
When closing the tailgate, make sure that the
For Remote Control Key equipped models, see “Me-
latches or levers are securely locked.
chanical key” earlier in this section for removing the
mechanical key.
3-20
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
C-CHANNEL SYSTEM (where fitted)
The tie-down cleats must be installed so the clamp
is properly seated in the notches in the rail. If the tie-
down cleat is not seated in the notches, it will not be
WARNING
properly tightened. The bolt in the centre of the cleat
Properly install and tighten the tie-down
must be securely tightened.
cleats into the C-Channel system. Also, do not
Check the tightness of the tie-down cleat periodi-
attach any rope or straps directly to the chan-
cally during a trip to make sure the centre bolt has
nel. Failure to properly install the tie-down
not become loose.
cleats or attaching ropes or straps directly to
the channel can cause the cargo to become
unsecured. In a sudden stop or collision, unse-
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cured cargo could cause personal injury.
Properly secure all cargo with ropes or straps
2.
Insert the cleat into the channel perpendicular
to help prevent it from sliding or shifting. In a
to the channel as shown. Then rotate the cleat
sudden stop or collision, unsecured cargo
clockwise 90º and slide it to desired location.
could cause personal injury.
Do not place cargo higher than the seatbacks.
In a sudden stop or collision, unsecured cargo
could cause personal injury.
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Overloading not only can shorten the life of
your vehicle and the tyre, but can also cause
Side channels
unsafe vehicle handling and longer braking
Install the tie-down cleat as follows:
distances. This may cause a premature tyre
failure which could result in a serious accident
1. Loosen the centre bolt completely.
and personal injury. Failures caused by over-
loading are not covered by the vehicle’s war-
ranty.
Do not install accessories over the gap be-
tween the front and rear side channels. Doing
so could affect the rear structure in certain
rear impacts, which could result in serious in-
jury.
The C-Channel system allows you to move tie-down
clamps in the bed to the best location to secure a
load.
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-21
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3. Position the cleat so the nubs on the bottom fully
4. There should be no gap between the bottom of
seat into the channel detents.
the cleat and the top of the channel. Securely
tighten the centre bolt.
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Pre-driving checks and adjustments
STEERING WHEEL
MIRRORS
STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT
WARNING
Adjust the position of all mirrors before driving.
WARNING
Do not adjust the mirror positions while driving
Never adjust the steering wheel while driving so
so that full attention may be given to vehicle op-
that full attention may be given to vehicle opera-
eration.
tion.
INSIDE REARVIEW MIRROR
While holding the inside rearview mirror, adjust the
mirror angles until the desired position is achieved.
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Pull the lock lever down and adjust the steering
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wheel up or down until the desired position is
achieved.
Push the lock lever back firmly to lock the steer-
Manual anti-glare type
ing wheel in place.
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CAUTION
Install only one cleat per section of channel.
Applying loads at angles to the cleats that are
greater than 45° or loads greater than 90 kg
(200 lb) may cause damage to the channel or
the bed.
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Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-23
Pull the adjusting lever when the glare from the
Do not hang any objects on the mirror or apply
Do not hang any objects on the mirror or apply
headlights of the vehicle behind you obstructs your
glass cleaner. Doing so will reduce the sensitivity
glass cleaner. Doing so will reduce the sensitivity
vision at night.
of the sensor
C , resulting in improper operation.
of the sensor
C , resulting in improper operation.
Push the adjusting lever during the day for the
Automatic anti-glare type with
best rearward visibility.
Reversing Camera (where fitted)
Automatic anti-glare type
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For further details about the reversing camera
A,
The inside rearview mirror is designed so that it au-
see “Reversing Camera (where fitted)” in the “4. Dis-
tomatically changes reflection according to the in-
play screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio
tensity of the headlights of the vehicle following you.
system” section.
The anti-glare system will be automatically turned
The inside rearview mirror is designed so that it au-
on when you push the ignition switch to the ON
tomatically changes reflection according to the in-
position.
tensity of the headlights of the vehicle following you.
When the system is turned on, the indicator light
The anti-glare system will be automatically turned
B will illuminate and excessive glare from the head-
on when you push the ignition switch to the ON
lights of the vehicle behind you will be reduced.
position.
Push the
switch
A for 3 seconds to make the
When the system is turned on, the indicator light
inside rearview mirror operate normally and the in-
B will illuminate and excessive glare from the head-
dicator light will turn off. Push the
switch again
lights of the vehicle behind you will be reduced.
for 3 seconds to turn the system on.
Push the
button
C to turn the system on or
off
3-24
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
OUTSIDE REARVIEW MIRRORS
2. Adjust each mirror by pushing the switch until
Remote control type:
the desired position is achieved.
WARNING
Defogging (where fitted)
Never touch the outside rearview mirrors
The outside rearview mirrors will be heated when
while they are in motion. Doing so may pinch
the rear window defogger switch is operated.
your fingers or damage the mirror.
Folding
Never drive the vehicle with the outside rear-
view mirrors folded. This reduces rear view vis-
Manual type:
ibility and may lead to an accident.
Objects viewed in the outside mirror are closer
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than they appear (where fitted).
The picture dimensions and distance in the
outside mirrors are not real.
The outside rearview mirror remote control oper-
ates when the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON
Adjusting
position.
Remote control type:
The outside rearview mirrors automatically fold
when the outside rearview mirror folding switch is
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pushed in. To unfold, push to the switch again.
CAUTION
Fold the outside rearview mirror by pushing it to-
Continuously performing the fold/unfold opera-
ward the rear of the vehicle.
tion of the outside rearview mirror may cause the
switch to stop the operation.
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The outside rearview mirror remote control oper-
ates when the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON
position.
1. Turn the switch to select the left <L> or right <R>
mirror.
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-25
PARKING BRAKE
VANITY MIRROR (where fitted)
To apply the parking brake, pull the parking brake
WARNING
lever up.
Never drive the vehicle with the parking brake
To release the parking brake, depress and hold the
applied. The brake will overheat and fail to op-
foot brake pedal. Pull up the parking brake lever
erate and will lead to an accident.
slightly, push the button and lower the lever com-
Never release the parking brake from outside
pletely.
the vehicle. If the vehicle moves, it will be im-
Before driving, be sure that the brake warning light
possible to push the brake pedal and will lead
has turned off.
to an accident.
Never use the shift lever in place of the park-
ing brake. When parking, be sure the parking
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brake is fully applied.
To help avoid risk of injury or death through
To use the front vanity mirror, pull down the sun
unintended operation of the vehicle and/or its
visor and pull up the cover.
systems, do not leave children, people who re-
quire the assistance of others, or pets unat-
tended in your vehicle. Additionally, the tem-
perature inside a closed vehicle on a warm day
can quickly become high enough to cause a
significant risk of injury or death to people and
pets.
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Pre-driving checks and adjustments
4 Display screen, heater and air
conditioner, and audio system
Safety precautions
4-2
Manual air conditioner and heater (Type A)
4-22
Centre multi-function control panel (models with
Manual air conditioner and heater (Type B)
4-24
navigation system)
4-2
Automatic air conditioner
4-26
How to use touch screen display
4-3
Servicing air conditioner
4-28
How to use brightness control/display on·off
Audio system (where fitted)
4-29
button
4-4
Audio operation precautions
4-29
How to use <ENTER>/Scroll dial
4-4
Antenna
4-32
How to use BACK button
4-4
USB (Universal Serial Bus) connection port
4-33
Vehicle information and settings (models with
AUX (Auxiliary) input jack
4-33
navigation system)
4-4
CD/USB memory care and cleaning
4-33
How to use INFO button
4-4
FM AM radio with compact disc (CD) player
How to use <SETUP> button
4-4
(Type A)
4-34
Reversing Camera (where fitted)
4-7
Audio main operation
4-35
How to read the displayed lines
4-7
Radio operation
4-35
Difference between predictive and actual
SETUP button
4-37
distances
4-8
Compact Disc (CD) operation
4-38
How to adjust the screen
4-9
AUX (Auxiliary) socket
4-40
Operating tips
4-10
USB (Universal Serial Bus) connection port
360° Camera (where fitted)
4-11
(where fitted)
4-40
Operation
4-13
iPod player operation (where fitted)
4-41
Guide lines
4-14
Bluetooth® operation
4-42
Difference between predictive and actual
FM-AM radio with compact disc (CD) player
distances
4-16
(Type B)
4-48
How to adjust the screen view
4-18
Audio main operation
4-48
Operating tips
4-18
Touchscreen Navigation (where fitted)
4-53
Vents
4-19
Steering wheel switch for audio control (where
Centre vents
4-19
fitted)
4-54
Side vents
4-19
Audio control
4-54
Rear vents (where fitted)
4-20
Phone control buttons
4-54
Heater and air conditioner
4-20
Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System (without
Operating tips (models with automatic air
navigation system and colour display)
4-55
conditioner)
4-21
Bluetooth® mobile phone feature
4-55
Hands-free telephone control
4-57
Phonebook
4-62
Steering wheel switches (where fitted)
4-60
Making a call
4-63
Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System (with
Receiving a call
4-63
navigation system)
4-61
During a call
4-63
Regulatory information
4-61
Ending a call
4-63
Control buttons and microphone
4-62
Bluetooth® settings
4-63
Pairing procedure
4-62
Telephone setup
4-63
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CENTRE MULTI-FUNCTION CONTROL PANEL (models with
navigation system)
WARNING
Do not adjust the heater and air conditioner
controls or audio controls while driving so that
full attention may be given to vehicle opera-
tion.
If you noticed any foreign objects entering the
system hardware, spilled liquid on the system,
or noticed smoke or fumes coming out from
the system, or any other unusual operation is
observed, stop using the system immediately
and contact the nearest approved dealer or
qualified workshop. Ignoring such conditions
may lead to an accident, fire or electric shock.
Do not disassemble or modify this system. If
you do, it may lead to an accident, fire, or elec-
tric shock.
CAUTION
Do not use the system when the engine is not
running for extended periods of time to prevent
battery discharge.
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1.
Phone button (P. 4-61)
8.
For navigation system control buttons refer to
the separate Navigation System Owner’s
2.
Power/VOL (volume) dial
Manual.
3.
Display screen (P. 4-3)
9.
Brightness control/display ON·OFF button
4.
<BACK> button (P. 4-4)
(P. 4-4)
5.
<ENTER>/Scroll dial (P. 4-4)
10.
<SETUP> button (P. 4-4)
6.
Audio control buttons
11.
<INFO> button (P. 4-4)
7.
<CAMERA> button (P. 4-7)
4-2
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
HOW TO USE TOUCH SCREEN
Touch screen operation
[Delete]:
DISPLAY
Deletes the last entered character with one
touch. Touch and hold the [Delete] key to delete
all of the characters.
WARNING
[OK]:
The glass display screen may break if it is hit
with a hard or sharp object. If the glass screen
Completes the character input.
breaks, do not touch it. Doing so could result in
Touch screen maintenance
an injury.
To clean the display screen, use a dry, soft cloth. If
To clean the display, never use a rough cloth,
additional cleaning is necessary, use a small amount
alcohol, benzine, thinner or any kind of solvent
of neutral detergent with a soft cloth. Never spray
or paper towel with a chemical cleaning agent.
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the screen with water or detergent. Dampen the
They will scratch or deteriorate the panel.
cloth first and then wipe the screen.
Do not splash any liquid such as water or car
Selecting items:
fragrance on the display. Contact with liquid
Touch an item to select. For example, to select the
will cause the system to malfunction.
[Treble] key, touch the [Treble] key on the screen.
To help ensure safe driving, some functions cannot
Touch the up or down arrows on the screen to
be operated while driving.
display the previous or the next page.
The on-screen functions that are not available while
Adjusting items:
driving will be “greyed out” or muted.
Touch the [+] or [-] key to adjust the settings of an
Park the vehicle in a safe location and then operate
item.
the navigation system.
Entering characters:
CAUTION
Touch the letter or number key on the keyboard
ALWAYS give your full attention to driving.
screen. Options below are available when inputting
characters.
Avoid using vehicle features that could dis-
tract you. If distracted, you could lose control
[123/ABC]:
of your vehicle and cause an accident.
Changes the keyboard between numbers and
letters.
[Space]:
Inserts a space.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
4-3
VEHICLE INFORMATION AND SETTINGS (models with navigation
system)
HOW TO USE BRIGHTNESS
Vehicle information can be checked and various
HOW TO USE <SETUP> BUTTON
settings can be adjusted on the display.
CONTROL/DISPLAY ON·OFF
BUTTON
NOTE
Push the brightness control/display on/off <
>
Designs and items displayed on the screen may
button to change the display brightness between
vary depending on the models and specifications.
day mode and night mode. While the mode is being
HOW TO USE INFO BUTTON
displayed, the brightness can be adjusted using the
scroll dial.
Push the <INFO> button to display the following
menu items on the display screen.
Push and hold the brightness control/display on/
off <
> button for more than 2 seconds to turn
Available items:
the display off. Push the button again to turn the
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[Traffic Messages]
display on.
Example
[Eco Score]
HOW TO USE <ENTER>/SCROLL
Designs and items displayed on the screen may vary
[Traffic Messages] (where fitted)
DIAL
depending on the models and specifications.
Traffic Messages can be displayed on the display
Turn the <ENTER>/Scroll dial to select items on the
Push the <SETUP> button to view and adjust the
screen when available. Refer to the separate Navi-
screen and to adjust the levels of setting items. Push
following setting items.
the dial to confirm the selected item or setting.
Available items:
[Eco Score] (where fitted)
HOW TO USE BACK BUTTON
[Audio]
The [Eco Score] feature analyses driving behaviour
Push the <BACK> button to return to the previous
[System]
and provides an overall score. Refer to the separate
screen.
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[Display]
[Clock]
[Language]
[Camera Settings]
[Temperature Unit]
[Touch Click]
[Beep Tones]
[Factory Settings]
-
[Software Licenses]
4-4
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
[Navigation]
[System settings]
[Clock Mode]:
[Telephone & Bluetooth]
Various system settings can be adjusted from the
Select the clock mode from [Manual], [Time
system settings.
Zone] and [Auto].
[Traffic Messages]
1. Push the <SETUP> button.
When [Manual] is selected, you can set the clock
[Radio]
mode manually with the [Set Clock Manually]
2. Select the [System] key.
[Audio] settings
key.
3. Select the item you wish to adjust.
Audio settings can be adjusted from the audio setup
Select [Auto] to automatically maintain the time
screen.
[Display]:
using GPS.
This item is available only when the audio system is
Select the corresponding keys to adjust the set-
[Set Clock Manually]:
turned on.
tings.
Mode (AM/PM) (where fitted), Hours, Minutes,
1. Push the <SETUP> button.
[Brightness]:
Day, Month and Year can be set manually if
2. Touch the [Audio] key.
Adjusts the brightness of the display.
“Manual” is selected in the Clock Mode setting.
3. Select the item you wish to adjust.
[Display Mode]:
[Daylight Savings Time]:
Adjusts to fit the level of lighting in the vehicle.
Turns the daylight savings time ON or OFF.
[Bass]/[Treble]/[Balance]/[Fade]:
Touch the [Display Mode] key to cycle through
Touch the adjustment bar next to the correspond-
[Time Zone]:
options of the mode ([Day], [Night] and [Auto]).
ing keys on the display to adjust the tone quality
Select the applicable time zone from the list.
and speaker balance.
[Scroll Direction]:
[Language]:
The levels of these features can also be adjusted
Adjusts the direction of the menu scroll. Choose
Select a language to be displayed on the screen.
with the <ENTER>/Scroll dial.
either the up arrow or down arrow.
[Camera Settings] (where fitted):
[Speed Sensitive Vol.]:
[Clock]:
See “How to adjust the screen” later in this section
Speed sensitive volume function increases the vol-
Select the corresponding keys to adjust the set-
for details.
ume of the audio system as the speed of the vehicle
tings.
increases. Choose the desired effect level from 0
[Temperature Unit]:
[Time Format]:
(OFF) to 5. The higher the setting, the more the vol-
Select the temperature unit from °C and °F.
The time format setting can be selected from 12
ume increases in relation to vehicle speed.
hour and 24 hour formats.
[Touch Click]:
[AUX Level]:
Turns the touch screen click feature on or off. When
[Date Format]:
This feature controls the volume level of incoming
turned on, a click sound will be heard every time a
The day, month and year display can be selected
sound when an auxiliary device is connected to the
key on the screen is touched.
from five formats.
system. Select the level from [Quiet], [Medium], and
[Loud].
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4-5
[Beep Tones]:
[Traffic Announcement]:
Turns the beep tones feature on or off. When turned
Traffic Announcement (TA) related messages can be
on, a beep sound will be heard as a pop-up mes-
turned ON or OFF. When this item is turned ON, the
sage appears on the screen.
received traffic announcement information will be
tuned to automatically when received.
[Factory Settings]:
Select this key to return all settings to default.
Traffic Announcement (TA) information can be re-
ceived only in areas where the service is available.
[Software Licenses] (where fitted):
Select this key to view software licence information.
[System Software Version:]:
This key shows the current software version num-
ber.
[Navigation] settings
Navigation settings can be changed. See Naviga-
[Telephone & Bluetooth] settings
Telephone & Bluetooth settings can be changed.
See “Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System (with
navigation system)” later in this section for details.
[Traffic Messages] settings
Traffic information guidance, announcement and
warning settings can be adjusted.
Traffic Announcement (TA) information can be re-
ceived only in areas where the service is available.
[Radio] settings
[RDS Reg]:
RDS messages can be turned ON or OFF. When this
item is turned ON, the received RDS information will
be shown on the audio screen.
RDS information can be received only in areas where
the service is available.
4-6
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
REVERSING CAMERA (where fitted)
Do not put anything on the reversing camera.
The reversing camera is installed at the top of
the tailgate.
When washing the vehicle with high pressure
water, be sure not to spray it around the cam-
era. Otherwise, water may enter the camera
unit causing water condensation on the lens,
a malfunction, fire or an electric shock.
Do not strike the camera. It is a precision in-
strument. Otherwise, it may malfunction or
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cause damage resulting in a fire or an electric
Reversing Camera displays
shock.
A Camera
The system is designed as an aid to the driver
CAUTION
in showing large stationary objects directly
When the shift lever is shifted into the R (Reverse)
Do not scratch the camera lens when cleaning dirt
behind the vehicle, to help avoid damaging the
position, the monitor display shows the view to the
or snow from the lens.
vehicle.
rear of the vehicle.
The system cannot completely eliminate blind
HOW TO READ THE DISPLAYED
The system is designed as an aid to the driver in
spots and may not show every object.
LINES
detecting large stationary objects to help avoid
damaging the vehicle. The system will not detect
Underneath the bumper and the corner areas
small objects below the bumper and may not de-
of the bumper cannot be viewed on the re-
tect objects close to the bumper or on the ground.
versing camera because of its monitoring
range limitation. The system will not show
WARNING
small objects below the bumper, and may not
show objects close to the bumper or on the
Failure to follow the warnings and instructions for
ground.
proper use of the reversing camera could result in
serious injury or death.
Objects viewed in the reversing camera differ
from actual distance because a wide-angle
The reversing camera is a convenience but it is
lens is used.
not a substitute for proper reversing. Always
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turn and look out the windows, and check mir-
Objects in the reversing camera will appear vi-
rors to be sure that it is safe to move before
sually opposite than when viewed in the rear
view and outside mirrors
Guiding lines which indicate the vehicle width and
operating the vehicle. Always reverse slowly.
distances to objects with reference to the bumper
Make sure that the tailgate is securely closed
line
A are displayed on the monitor.
when reversing.
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4-7
Distance guide lines:
Reversing on a steep uphill
Reversing on a steep downhill
Indicate distances from the vehicle body.
Red line: approx. 0.5 m (1.5 ft)
Yellow line: approx. 1 m (3 ft)
Green line: approx. 2 m (7 ft)
Green line: approx. 3 m (10 ft)
Vehicle width guide lines:
Indicate the vehicle width when reversing.
Setting the guide lines (where fitted)
When the reversing camera is displayed, you can
switch the vehicle width guide lines and distance
guide lines on/off by pushing the <CAMERA> but-
ton.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PREDICTIVE
AND ACTUAL DISTANCES
The distance guide line and the vehicle width guide
line should be used as a reference only when the
vehicle is on a level, paved surface. The distance
viewed on the monitor is for reference only and may
be different than the actual distance between the
vehicle and displayed objects.
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When reversing the vehicle up a hill, the distance
When reversing the vehicle down a hill, the distance
guide lines and the vehicle width guide lines are
guide lines and the vehicle width guide lines are
shown closer than the actual distance. For example,
shown further than the actual distance. For
the display shows 1 m (3 ft) to the place
A , but the
example, the display shows 1 m (3 ft) to the place
actual 1 m (3 ft) distance on the hill is the place
B.
A , but the actual 1 m (3 ft) distance on the hill is the
Note that any object on the hill is viewed in the
place
B .Note that any object on the hill is viewed in
monitor further than it appears.
the monitor closer than it appears.
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Reversing near a projecting object
Reversing behind a projecting object
HOW TO ADJUST THE SCREEN
Adjusting screen (for models with
navigation system)
1. Push the <SETUP> button.
2. Select the [System] key.
3. Select the [Camera Settings] key.
4. Select the item you wish to adjust.
[Display Mode]:
Adjusts to fit the level of lighting in the vehicle.
Touch the [Display Mode] key to cycle through
options of the mode ([Day], [Night] and [Auto]).
[Brightness]:
Adjusts the brightness of the display.
[Contrast]:
Adjusts the level of contrast.
[Colour]:
Adjusts the level of the colour.
When
[Brightness],
[Contrast], or
[Colour] are
selected the system will change to the camera view
to modify the settings using the <ENTER>/Scroll
dial.
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The vehicle may seem to nearly clear the object in
The position
C is shown further than the position
the display. However, the vehicle may hit the object
B in the display. However, the position
C is actually
if it projects over the actual reversing course.
at the same distance as the position
A .The vehicle
may hit the object when reversing to the position
A if the object projects over the actual reversing
course.
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Adjusting screen (for models without
OPERATING TIPS
Do not use alcohol, benzine or thinner to clean
navigation system)
the camera. This will cause discoloration. To
When the shift lever is shifted to the R (Reverse)
clean the camera, wipe with a cloth dampened
position, the monitor screen automatically
with diluted mild cleaning agent and then wipe
changes to the reversing camera mode. How-
with a dry cloth.
ever, the radio can be heard.
Do not damage the camera as the monitor
It may take some time until the reversing cam-
screen may be adversely affected.
era or the normal screen is displayed after the
shift lever has been shifted to R (Reverse) from
Do not use wax on the camera window. Wipe off
another position or to another position from R
any wax with a clean cloth dampened with mild
(Reverse). Objects may be distorted momen-
detergent diluted with water.
tarily until the reversing camera screen is dis-
played completely.
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When the temperature is extremely high or low,
the screen may not clearly display objects. This
1.
Push the <ENTER/SETTING> button.
is not a malfunction.
2.
Turn the <TUNE·FOLDER> dial to highlight the
When strong light directly enters the camera, ob-
[Brightness] or the [Contrast] key.
jects may not be displayed clearly. This is not a
3.
Push the <ENTER/SETTING> button.
malfunction.
4.
Adjust the level using the <TUNE·FOLDER> dial
Vertical lines may be seen in objects on the
and then push the <ENTER/SETTING> button
screen. This is due to strong reflected light from
to apply the adjustment.
the bumper. This is not a malfunction.
The screen may flicker under fluorescent light.
NOTE
This is not a malfunction.
Do not adjust the Brightness or Contrast of the
The colours of objects displayed by the revers-
reversing camera while the vehicle is moving.
ing camera may differ somewhat from those of
the actual object.
Objects on the monitor may not be clear in a
dark place or at night. This is not a malfunction.
If dirt, rain or snow attaches to the camera, the
reversing camera may not clearly display ob-
jects. Clean the camera.
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360° CAMERA (where fitted)
NOTE
At first operation, the corner lines are blinking yel-
low for about 3 seconds. This is not a malfunction
but a reminder to be cautious.
Available views:
Bird's-eye View
The surrounding view of the vehicle.
Front-side View
The view around and ahead of the front passen-
ger’s side wheel.
Front view
The view to the front of the vehicle.
Rear view
The view to the rear of the vehicle.
The system is designed as an aid to the driver in
situations such as slot parking or parallel parking.
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A Left Hand Drive
Front or rear view
B Right Hand Drive
<CAMERA> button
Warning message
With the ignition switch in the ON position, push the
<CAMERA> button or move the shift lever to the R
Front or rear view indicator
(Reverse) position to operate the 360° Camera. The
Bird's-eye view corner lines
monitor displays various views of the position of
Bird's-eye view corner indication
the vehicle.
Bird's-eye view or front-side view
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