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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: System description

1. OUTLINE OF THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM

  1.  When the theft deterrent system detects that the vehicle is being tampered with, the system sets off the alarm, causing the horns to sound and the lights to light up or blink in order to alert people around the vehicle to the theft.
  2.  The theft deterrent system has 2 modes; one is the active arming mode (see ACTIVE ARMING MODE) and the other is passive arming mode (see PASSIVE ARMING MODE). The passive arming mode can be switched ON/OFF using the specified method.
  3.  Each mode has 4 states; a disarmed state, an arming preparation state, an armed state and an alarm sounding state.
  1.  Disarmed state:
  1.  Arming preparation state:
  1.  Armed state:

Alarm time: Approx. 60 sec.

Refer to table below for alarm method and time:

Refer to table below for alarm method and time

HINT: If any of the doors are unlocked with no key in the ignition key cylinder during the armed state, a forced door lock signal will be output (see FORCED DOOR LOCK CONTROL).

2. ACTIVE ARMING MODE

HINT:

  1. Active arming mode

ACTIVE ARMING MODE

ACTIVE ARMING MODE

3. PASSIVE ARMING MODE

HINT:

  1. Passive arming mode

PASSIVE ARMING MODE

HINT:

PASSIVE ARMING MODE

PASSIVE ARMING MODE

HINT: *1: When any door is opened while all the doors are closed during passive arming mode, the entry delay time starts. If the switch condition (armed state → disarmed state (1) or (2)) is met during the entry delay time, the theft deterrent system will return to disarmed state (1) or (2). However, if the switch condition for disarmed state (1) or (2) is not met, the theft deterrent system will recognize it as a theft and set off the alarm.

Entry delay time of 0, 14 or 30 sec. can be selected by the customizing function.

4. FORCED DOOR LOCK CONTROL

  1.  The forced door lock control prevents the vehicle from being tampered with. Immediately after a door is unlocked (alarm starts), the door is forced to lock by a forced door lock signal.
  1.  Conditions that force the doors to lock: No key is in the ignition key cylinder and both of the following conditions are met.

5. ALARM MEMORY FUNCTION

  1.  If the alarm is set off (tampering is detected) while the theft deterrent system is armed, it will be recorded by the alarm memory function. Whenever you cancel the theft deterrent system, the alarm memory function causes the taillights to light up for 2 seconds in order to inform you that the alarm has been set off.
  1.  Conditions of the alarm memory function that cause the taillights to light up: When the theft deterrent system has entered into the alarm sounding state (tampering has been detected) even once, the taillights will light up for 2 seconds if any of the following conditions is met.

HINT: Active arming mode: See ACTIVE ARMING MODE.

Passive arming mode: See PASSIVE ARMING MODE.

6. PANIC ALARM CONTROL

  1.  The panic alarm control makes it possible to voluntarily set off the panic alarm by pressing the PANIC switch on the wireless transmitter.
  1.  Conditions that cause the panic alarm control to set off the panic alarm: The panic alarm control sets off the panic alarm by pressing the PANIC switch on the wireless transmitter for over 2, 4 seconds under the following conditions:
  1.  Conditions that cause the panic alarm control to shut off the alarm: The panic alarm control shuts off the panic alarm when any of the following conditions is met during panic alarm operation:

HINT: Active arming mode: See ACTIVE ARMING MODE.

Passive arming mode: See PASSIVE ARMING MODE.

7. SECURITY INDICATOR OUTPUT

  1.  The multiplex network body ECU outputs a signal to light up the security indicator, according to the state of the theft deterrent system. However, some of the actual lighting conditions of the security indicator are different from the output signals of the multiplex network body ECU.

Output:

Output

Blinking cycle:

Blinking cycle

HINT:

Theft deterrent system
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