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Toyota Sienna 2010-2018 Owners Manual: Canceling the rear moon roof operation (vehicles with the rear moon roof)

Toyota Sienna 2010-2018 Owners Manual / Operation of each component / Opening, closing the windows and moon roof / Moon roof / Canceling the rear moon roof operation (vehicles with the rear moon roof)

Toyota Sienna. Canceling the rear moon roof operation


Press the switch to disable the rear moon roof operation from the rear seat.

Pressing the switch again will enable the operation again.

The moon roof can be operated when

The engine switch is in the “ON” position (vehicles without a smart key system) or IGNITION ON mode (vehicles with a smart key system).

Operating the moon roof after turning the engine off

Jam protection function

If an object is detected between the moon roof and the frame while the moon roof is closing, travel is stopped and the moon roof opens slightly.

Sunshade

The sunshade can be opened and closed manually. However, both front and rear sunshades open automatically when the moon roof is opened.

When the moon roof does not close normally

  1. Stop the vehicle.
  2. Press and hold the close switch.* The moon roof will start moving after pausing for about 10 seconds. Continue to hold the switch.
  3. Release the button when the moon roof stops moving.

    Within 4 seconds, press and hold the close switch again. Continue to hold the switch as the moon roof opens and closes.

  4. Release the close switch when the moon roof completely stops.

*: If the switch is released at the incorrect time, the procedure will have to be performed again from the beginning.

WARNING

Observe the following precautions.

Failing to do so may cause death or serious injury.

Opening the moon roof

  • Do not allow any passengers to put their hands or heads outside the vehicle while it is moving.
  • Do not sit on top of the moon roof.

Closing the moon roof

  • The driver is responsible for moon roof opening and closing operations.

    In order to prevent accidental operation, especially by a child, do not let a child operate the moon roof. It is possible for children and other passengers to have body parts caught in the moon roof. Also, when riding with a child, it is recommended to use for vehicles with a
    rear moon roof.

  • Check to make sure that all passengers do not have any part of their bodies in a position where it could be caught when the moon roof is being operated.
  • When exiting the vehicle, turn the engine switch to the “LOCK” position (vehicles without a smart key system) or off (vehicles with a smart key system), carry the key and exit the vehicle along with the child. There may be accidental operation, due to mischief, etc., that may possibly lead to an accident.

Jam protection function

  • Never use any part of your body intentionally to activate the jam protection function.
  • The jam protection function may not work if something gets caught just before the moon roof fully closes.
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