Toyota Yaris: Dinghy towing (vehicles with a manual transmission) - Driving information - When driving - Toyota Yaris XP130 2010–2019 Owner's ManualToyota Yaris: Dinghy towing (vehicles with a manual transmission)

Your vehicle can be dinghy towed in a forward direction (with 4 wheels on the ground) behind a motor home.

Towing your vehicle with 4 wheels on the ground

Towing your vehicle with 4 wheels on the ground

To prevent damage to your vehicle, perform the following procedures before towing:

Shift the shift lever to N.

Shift the shift lever to N.

Turn the engine switch to the “ACC” position. Ensure that the audio system and

Turn the engine switch to the “ACC” position. Ensure that the audio system and other powered devices are turned off.

Release the parking brake.

Release the parking brake.

After towing, leave the engine in idle for at least 3 minutes before driving the vehicle.

■Necessary equipment and accessories

Specialized equipment and accessories are required for dinghy towing. Contact the service branch of the motor home manufacturer regarding recommended equipment.

NOTICE

■Dinghy towing direction

Do not tow the vehicle backward. Doing so may cause serious damage.

Do not tow the vehicle backward. Doing so may cause serious damage.

■To prevent the steering from locking

Ensure the engine switch is in the “ACC” position.

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