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The wireless charger can be operated when
The engine switch is in ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode.

Portable devices that can be charged

Portable devices compatible with the Qi wireless charging standard can be
charged  by  the  wireless  charger.  However,  compatibility  with  all  devices
which meet the Qi wireless charging standard is not guaranteed.

The  wireless  charger  is  designed  to  supply  low  power  electricity  (5  W  or
less) to a cellular phone, smartphone, or other portable device.

If a cover or accessory is attached to the portable device
Do not charge a portable device if a cover or accessory which is not Qi com-
patible  is  attached.  Depending  on  the  type  of  cover  and/or  accessory
attached, it may not be possible to charge the portable device. If the portable
device is placed on the charging area and does not charge, remove the cover
and/or accessories.

If interference is heard in AM radio broadcasts while charging
Turn  off  the  wireless  charger  and  check  if  the  noise  is  reduced.  If  noise  is
reduced, press and hold the power supply switch of the wireless charger for 2
seconds. The frequency of the wireless charger is changed and noise may be
reduced.  When  the  frequency  is  changed,  the  operation  indicator  light  will
blink (orange) 2 times.

Charging precautions

If  the  electronic  key  cannot  be  detected  in  the  cabin,  charging  cannot  be
performed. When a door is opened and closed, charging may be temporarily
suspended.

While  charging,  the  wireless  charger  and  the  portable  device  will  become
warm. This is not a malfunction.
If a portable device becomes warm while charging and charging stops due
to  the  protection  function  of  the  portable  device,  wait  until  the  portable
device cools down and charge it again.

Sound generated during operation
When the power supply switch is turned on or while a portable device is being
identified, operation sounds may be heard. This is not a malfunction.

Cleaning the wireless charger
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Certification for the wireless charger

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WARNING

Caution while driving
When charging a portable device while driving, for safety reasons, the driver
should not operate the portable device.

Caution regarding interference with electronic devices
People  with  implantable  cardiac  pacemakers,  cardiac  resynchronization
therapy  pacemakers  or  implantable  cardioverter  defibrillators,  as  well  as
any other electrical medical device, should consult their physician about the
usage of the wireless charger.
Operations of the wireless charger may have an affect on medical devices.

To prevent damage or burns
Observe the following precautions.
Failure  to  do  so  may  result  in  the  possibility  of  fire,  equipment  failure  or
damage, or burns due to heat.

Do not put any metallic objects between the charging area and the porta-
ble device while charging.

Do not attach metallic objects, such as aluminum stickers, to the charging
area.

Do  not  cover  the  wireless  charger  with  a  cloth  or  other  object  while
charging.

Do not attempt to charge portable devices which are not compatible with
the Qi wireless charging standard.

Do not disassemble, modify or remove the wireless charger.

Do not apply force or impact to the wireless charger.

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NOTICE

Conditions in which the wireless charger may not operate correctly
In the following situations, the wireless charger may not operate correctly:

When a portable device is fully charged

When  there  is  a  foreign  object  between  the  charging  area  and  portable
device

When a portable device becomes hot while charging

When  a portable device  is  placed on  the  wireless  area  with its charging
surface facing up

When a portable device is not centered on the charging area

When  the  vehicle  is  near  a  TV  tower,  electric  power  plant,  gas  station,
radio  station,  large  display,  airport  or  other  facility  that  generates  strong
radio waves or electrical noise

When the portable device is in contact with, or is covered by any of the fol-
lowing metallic objects:
• Cards to which aluminum foil is attached
• Cigarette boxes that have aluminum foil inside
• Metallic wallets or bags
• Coins
• Metal hand warmers
• Media such as CDs and DVDs

When wireless keys (that emit radio waves) other than those of your vehi-
cle are being used nearby.

If in situations other than above the wireless charger does not operate prop-
erly or the operation indicator light is blinking, the wireless charger may be
malfunctioning. Contact your Toyota dealer.

To prevent failure or damage to data

Do not bring magnetic cards, such as a credit card, or magnetic recording
media, close to the wireless charger while charging. Otherwise, data may
be erased due to the influence of magnetism. 
Additionally,  do  not  bring  precision  instruments  such  as  wrist  watches,
close to the wireless charger, as such objects may malfunction.

Do  not  leave  portable  devices  in  the  cabin.  The  temperature  inside  the
cabin may become high when parked in the sun, and cause damage to the
device.

To prevent battery discharge
Do not use the wireless charger for a long period of time with  the engine
stopped.

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Fold down the armrest for use.

An assist grip installed on the ceil-
ing  can  be  used  to  support  your
body while sitting on the seat.

Armrest

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the armrest, do not apply too much load on the arm-
rest.

Assist grips

WARNING

Do not use the assist grip when getting in or out of the vehicle or rising from
your seat.

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the assist grip, do not put a heavy load on the assist
grip.

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Coat  hooks  are  provided  on  the
rear assist grips.

Coat hooks

WARNING

Do not hang coat hangers or other hard or sharp objects on the hook. If the
SRS  curtain  shield  airbags  deploy,  these  items  may  become  projectiles,
causing death or serious injury.

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The HomeLink

®

 wireless control system in your vehicle has 3 buttons

which can be programmed to operate 3 different devices. Refer to the
programming  methods  on  the  following  pages  to  determine  the
method which is appropriate for the device.

HomeLink

®

 indicator light

Garage  door  operation  indica-
tors
HomeLink

®

 icon

Illuminates  while  HomeLink

®

  is

operating.

Buttons

Before programming the HomeLink

®

● During programming, it is possible that garage doors, gates, or

other devices may operate. For this reason, make sure that peo-
ple and objects are clear of the garage door or other devices to
prevent injury or other potential harm.

● It  is  recommended  that a  new  battery  be placed in  the  remote

control transmitter for more accurate programming.

● Garage  door  opener  motors  manufactured  after  1995  may  be

equipped with rolling code protection. If this is the case, you may
need  a  stepladder  or  other  sturdy,  safe  device  to  reach  the
“Learn” or “Smart” button on the garage door opener motor.

Garage door opener

: If equipped

The garage door opener can be programmed to operate garage
doors,  gates,  entry  doors,  door  locks,  home  lighting  systems,
security systems, and other devices.

HomeLink

®

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Programming the HomeLink

®

Steps 

 through 

 must be performed within 60 seconds, other-

wise the indicator light will stop flashing and programming will not
be able to be completed.

Press  and  release  the  HomeLink

®

  button  you  want  to  program

and check that the HomeLink

®

 indicator light flashes orange.

Point  the  remote  control
transmitter  for  the  device  at
the rear view mirror, 1 to 3 in.
(25  to  75  mm)  from  the
HomeLink

®

 buttons.

Keep  the  HomeLink

®

  indicator

light in view while programming.

Program a device.

Programming  a  device  other  than  an  entry  gate  (for  U.S.A.
owners)

Press  and  hold  the  remote  control  transmitter  button  until  the
HomeLink

®

 indicator light changes from slowly flashing orange to

rapidly  flashing  green  (rolling  code)  or  continuously  lit  green
(fixed code), then release the button.

Programming an entry gate (for U.S.A. owners)/Programming
a device in the Canadian market

Press and release the remote control transmitter button at 2 sec-
ond  intervals,  repeatedly,  until  the  HomeLink

®

  indicator  light

changes  from  slowly  flashing  orange  to  rapidly  flashing  green
(rolling code) or continuously lit green (fixed code).

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Test  the  HomeLink

®

  operation  by  pressing  the  newly  pro-

grammed button and observing the indicator light:

● Indicator  light  illuminates:  Programming  of  a  fixed  code  device

has completed. The garage door or other device should operate
when a HomeLink

®

 button is pressed and released.

● Indicator light flashes rapidly: The garage door opener motor or

other  device  is  equipped  with  a  rolling  code.  To  complete  pro-
gramming, firmly press and hold the HomeLink

®

 button for 2 sec-

onds then release it.

● If the garage door or other device does not operate, proceed to

“Programming a rolling code system”.
Repeat the steps above to program another device for any of the
remaining HomeLink

®

 buttons.

Programming a rolling code system
2 or more people may be necessary to complete rolling code pro-
gramming.

Locate the “Learn” or “Smart”
button  on  the  garage  door
opener motor in the garage.

This button can usually be found
where the hanging antenna wire
is  attached  to  the  unit.  The
name  and  color  of  the  button
may  vary  by  manufacturer.
Refer  to  the  Owner’s  manual
supplied  with  the  garage  door
opener motor for details.

Press  and  release  the
“Learn” or “Smart” button. 
Perform 

  within  30  sec-

onds after performing 

.

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Press  and  hold  the  desired
HomeLink

®

 button (inside the

vehicle)  for  2  seconds  and
release  it.  Repeat  this
sequence 

(press/hold/

release)  up  to  3  times  to
complete programming.
If  the  garage  door  opener
motor  operates  when  the
HomeLink

®

 

button 

is

pressed,  the  garage  door
opener motor recognizes the
HomeLink

®

 signal.

Enabling 2-way communication with a garage door (only avail-
able for compatible devices)
When enabled, 2-way communication allows you to check the sta-
tus of the opening and closing of a garage door through indicators
in your vehicle.
2-way  communication  is  only  available  if  the  garage  door  opener
motor used is a compatible device. (To check device compatibility,
refer to www.HomeLink.com.)

Within 5 seconds after programming the garage door opener has
been  completed,  if  the  garage  door  opener  motor  is  trained  to
HomeLink

®

, both garage door operation indicators will flash rap-

idly  green  and  the  light  on  the  garage  door  opener  motor  will
blink twice, indicating that 2-way communication is enabled.

If the indicators do not flash, perform 

 and 

 within the first 10

presses  of  the  HomeLink

®

  button  after  programming  has  been

completed.

Press  a  programmed  HomeLink

®

  button  to  operate  a  garage

door.
Within  1  minute  of  pressing  the  HomeLink

®

  button,  after  the

garage door operation has stopped, press the “Learn” or “Smart”
button on the garage door opener motor. Within 5 seconds of the
establishment  of  2-way  communication  with  the  garage  door
opener, both garage door operation indicators in the vehicle will
flash rapidly green and the light on the garage door opener motor
will blink twice, indicating that 2-way communication is enabled.

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Reprogramming a single HomeLink

®

 button

When the following procedure is performed, buttons which already
have devices registered to them can be overwritten:

With one hand, press and hold the desired HomeLink

®

 button.

When the HomeLink

®

 indicator starts flashing orange, continue

to  hold  the  HomeLink

®

  button  and  perform  “Programming  the

HomeLink

®

” 

 (it takes 20 seconds for the HomeLink

®

 indicator

to start flashing).

Press  the  appropriate  HomeLink

®

  button.  The  HomeLink

®

  indicator

light should turn on.

The  status  of  the  opening  and
closing of a garage door is shown
by the indicators.

Opening
Closing

This function is only available if the
garage door opener motor used is
a  compatible  device.  (To  check
device  compatibility,  refer  to
www.HomeLink.com.)

The indicators can operate within approximately 820 ft. (250 m) of
the  garage  door.  However,  if  there  are  obstructions  between  the
garage door and the vehicle, such as houses and trees, feedback
signals from the garage door may not be received. To recall the pre-
vious  door  operation  status,  press  and  release  either  HomeLink

®

buttons 

 and 

 or 

 and 

 simultaneously.

The last recorded status will be displayed for 3 seconds.

Operating the HomeLink

®

Garage door operation indicators

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Color

Status

Orange (flashing)

Currently opening/closing

Green

Opening/closing has completed

Red (flashing)

Feedback signals cannot be received

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Press and hold the 2 outside but-
tons  for  10  seconds  until  the
HomeLink

®

 

indicator 

light

changes  from  continuously  lit
orange to rapidly flashing green.

If you sell your vehicle, be sure to
erase  the  programs  stored  in  the
HomeLink

®

 memory.

Codes stored in the HomeLink

®

 memory

The  registered  codes  are  not  erased  even  if  the  battery  cable  is  discon-
nected.

If  learning  failed  when  registering  a  different  code  to  a  HomeLink

®

  button

that already has a code registered to it, the already registered code will not
be erased.

Before programming

Install a new battery in the transmitter.

The battery side of the transmitter must be pointed away from the Home-
Link

®

.

Certification for the garage door opener

For vehicles sold in the U.S.A.

Erasing the entire HomeLink

®

 memory (all three codes)

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For vehicles sold in Canada

When support is necessary
Visit on the web at www.homelink.com/toyota or call 1-800-355-3515.

WARNING

When programming a garage door or other remote control device
The  garage  door  or  other  device  may  operate,  so  ensure  people  and
objects are out of danger to prevent potential harm.

Conforming to federal safety standards
Do  not  use  the  HomeLink

®

  compatible  transceiver  with  any  garage  door

opener or device that lacks safety stop and reverse features as required by
federal safety standards. This includes any garage door that cannot detect
an interfering object. A door or device without these features increases the
risk of death or serious injury.

When operating or programming HomeLink

®

Never allow a child to operate or play with the HomeLink

®

 buttons.

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System components

Microphone
LED light indicators
“SOS” button

Safety Connect

: If equipped

Safety  Connect  is  a  subscription-based  telematics  service  that
uses Global Positioning System (GPS) data and embedded cel-
lular technology to provide safety and security features to sub-
scribers.  Safety  Connect  is  supported  by  Toyota’s  designated
response  center,  which  operates  24  hours  per  day,  7  days  per
week.
Safety  Connect  service  is  available  by  subscription  on  select,
telematics hardware-equipped vehicles.
By  using  the  Safety  Connect  service,  you  are  agreeing  to  be
bound  by  the  Telematics  Subscription  Service Agreement  and
its Terms and Conditions, as in effect and amended from time to
time, a current copy of which is available at Toyota.com in the
United  States,  Toyotapr.com  in  Puerto  Rico  and  Toyota.ca  in
Canada. All use of the Safety Connect service is subject to such
then-applicable Terms and Conditions.

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