Toyota Yaris: Power windows - Keys and Doors - Toyota Yaris XP90 2005–2010 Owner's ManualToyota Yaris: Power windows

The windows can be operated with the switch on each side door.

The windows can be operated with the switch on each side door.

The ignition key must be in the “ON” position.

Key off operation: The driver’s window works for about 45 seconds even after the ignition switch is turned off. They stop working when either of the front door is opened.

OPERATING THE DRIVER’S WINDOW

Use the switch on the driver’s door.

Normal operation: The window moves as long as you hold the switch.

To open: Lightly push down the switch.

To close: Pull up the switch.

Automatic operation (to open only):

Automatic operation (to open only):

Push the switch completely down and then release it. The window will fully open. To stop the window partway, lightly pull the switch up and then release it.

OPERATING THE PASSENGERS’ WINDOWS

OPERATING THE PASSENGERS’ WINDOWS

Use the switches on the each passenger’s door or the switches on the driver’s door that control each passenger’s window.

The window moves as long as you hold the switch.

To open: Push down the switch.

To close: Pull up the switch.

If you push in the window lock switch on the driver’s door, the passenger’s windows cannot be operated.

CAUTION.

CAUTION.

To avoid serious personal injury, you must do the following.

Before you close the power windows, always make sure there is nobody around the power windows.

You must also make sure the heads, hands and other parts of the bodies of all occupants are kept completely inside the vehicle. If someone’s neck, head or hands get caught in a closing window, it could result in death or serious injury.

When anyone closes the power windows, make sure he or she operates the windows safely.

When small children are in the vehicle, never let them use the power window switches without supervision.

Use the window lock switch to prevent them from making unexpected use of the switches.

Be sure to remove the ignition key or turn the ignition switch to the “LOCK” position when you leave your vehicle.

Never leave anyone (particularly a small child) alone in your vehicle, especially with the ignition key still inserted. Otherwise, he/she could use the power window switches and get trapped in a window. Unattended person (particularly a small child) can be involved in a serious accident.

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