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Quick Links. Table of Contents. Indicator symbols on the instrument panel. Instrument cluster overview. Rear view mirror remote control levers 2. Side defroster outlets 3. Side vents 4. Instrument cluster 5. Center vents 6. Personal lights 7.
Electric moon roof switches and personal light 8. Power door lock switches 9. Page 3 Auxiliary box or power outlet VAC Power outlet 12 VDC or cigarette lighter Ignition switch Cruise control switch Tilt steering lock release lever Toyota vehicle intrusion protection system indicator light Tachometer 4. Fuel gauge 7. Trip meter reset knob 2. Service reminder indicators and 5. Low fuel level warning light 8. Odometer, two trip meters and outside indicator lights temperature gauge 6.
Engine coolant temperature gauge 3. Page 7: Table Of Contents Toyota vehicle intrusion protection system TVIP. Page 8: Keys If you should lose your keys or if you To unlock: Turn the key backward. Page 9 15 seconds and then fade out, even Toyota strongly recommends that all if the door is not opened.
Along with the proper use of seat belts, locking the doors helps prevent the driver and passengers from being thrown out from the ve- hicle during an accident. If the trans- mitter still does not operate properly, con- tact your Toyota dealer.
The window will fully open. This not only keeps the luggage from being thrown out but also prevents exhaust gases from entering the vehicle. Make sure that indicator light The side windows are tapped or bro- flashes. Then you may leave the ve- ken. Page Hood For rear side doors, unlock and ly while driving and an accident may then open the doors in step 3. If the system does not work properly, have it checked by your Toyota dealer.
Page 23 The indicator lamp goes off after driving neck if the cap is suddenly re- several times. If the indicator lamp does moved. They could use the moon roof switches and get trapped in the roof opening.
Unat- tended children can be involved in serious accidents. Front seats. Page Seats Do not put objects under the seats. Consult your Toyota dealer if with the seat—lock mechanism or you insist on modifications of this unexpectedly push up the seat posi- kind.
Then slide the seat to the desired the moving parts. The seat belts provide maxi- mum protection in a frontal or rear collision when the driver and the pas- senger are sitting up straight and well back in the seats. Failure to do so will prevent seat belt from operating prop- erly.
Check for cuts, fraying, and loose Persons should ride in their seats parts. Damaged parts should be re- placed. Page 35 " If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer.
Do not use the seat until the seat belt is fixed. It cannot protect an adult occupant or your child from injury. Keep the lap belt positioned as low on hips as possible.
Page 37 Failure to follow these instructions Please contact your local Toyota dealer so could reduce the effectiveness of the that the dealer can order the proper re- seat belt restraint system in case of quired length for the extender. Bring the Page 38 " If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. Page 39 Do not perform any of the following gas may be released. This gas is harm- changes without consulting your less and does not indicate that a fire is Toyota dealer.
Such changes occurring. Page 41 The driver or front passenger who is too close to the steering wheel or dashboard during airbag deployment can be killed or seriously injured. Toyota strongly recommends that: " The driver sit as far back as pos- This indicator comes on when the igni At this time a chemi- vehicle buckles.
Page 44 Toyota tems. The front seat occupants can be killed or seriously injured by the strongly recommends that all in- inflating airbags if they do not wear It is dan- gerous if the side airbags inflate, because the impact Page 46 Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or serious injury. Consult your Toyota dealer about any " " Do not allow a child to stand up or Do not put objects or your pets on repairs and modifications.
Page Srs Side Airbags Do not disconnect the battery cables system by the driver and front passenger before contacting your Toyota dealer. At this time a chemical reaction in the " The SRS side airbag system is de- inflators quickly fills the airbags with non— signed only as a supplement to the toxic gas to help restrain the lateral mo- primary Page 51 Toyota strongly recommends that all in- fants and children be placed in the rear seat of the vehicle and proper- ly restrained.
The rear seat is the safest for infants and children. Do not disconnect the battery cables before contacting your Toyota dealer. The laws of all 50 states in the U. Page 54 —Child restraint system A child restraint system for a small " " Toyota strongly urges use of On vehicles with side airbags, do child or baby must itself be properly proper child restraint system which not allow the child to lean against Run the lap and shoulder belt through " CAUTION Do not install a child restraint sys- or around the infant seat following the tem on the rear seat if it interferes instructions provided by its manufactur- " Page 58 2.
Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it 3. While pressing the infant seat firmly Toyota dealer immediately. Do not in the lock mode. When the belt is against the seat cushion and seatback, use the child restraint system until Page 61 Contact your 1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through Toyota dealer immediately. Do not " Do not install a child restraint sys- or around the convertible seat following use the child restraint system until tem on the rear seat if it interferes When the belt is firmly against the seat cushion and then retracted slightly, it cannot be ex- seatback, let the shoulder belt retract Push and pull the child restraint sys- tended.
The belt will ing position only. Page 65 Contact your Toyota dealer immediately. Do not use the child restraint system until the seat belt is fixed. To remove the booster seat, press the Follow the procedure below for a child buckle—release button and allow the restraint system that requires the use belt to retract. Open the lid of the anchor bracket.
Outside anchor brackets only— Anchor brackets are installed for each Remove the head restraint. Securely fasten the child restraint 4. Outside anchor brackets only— Lower anchorages for the child restraint system with the seat belt. Replace the head restraint. Widen the clearance between seat cushion and seatback a little and confirm the position of the low- er anchorages near the tag on the seatback.
Latch the hooks of lower straps onto the anchorages and tighten the lower straps. It may sure that there are no irregular ob- cause the driver to mishandle the jects around the anchorages and vehicle and an accident may occur Doing so may cause the driver to mishandle the ve- hicle and an accident may occur re- sulting in death or serious injuries. Use a spray de—icer to free the mirror.
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2005 Toyota Matrix - Owner's Manual (319 pages)
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Officially sold in North America until being discontinued, the Matrix was positioned as a sporty hatchback counterpart of the North American Corolla and was counted as a variant of it in Toyota's sales figures. Although identical mechanically, and nearly as much internally, the Matrix and Vibe had different sheetmetal and exterior trim designed by their respective brands. Both vehicles are narrow, tall station wagons styled in a quasi- SUV fashion called a crossover utility vehicle or "CUV" by Toyota and marketed to a fairly youthful market segment. First sold in February ,  the Matrix saw a minor facelift for the model year , and was redesigned completely in for the model year, following the tenth generation Corolla.