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2009 POWERED BY Quick Reference Guide MN 00505 - QRG09 - HH Printed in the USA 8 / 08
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2009r Highlande Hybrid Doors - Child safety locks Rear door OVERVIEW This Quick Reference Guide is a summary of basic vehicle operations . It contains brief descriptions of fundamental operations so you can locate and use the vehicle’s main equipment quickly and easily . Moving the lever to “ LOCK ” will allow the door to be opened only from The Quick Reference Guide is not intended as a substitute for the outside . the Owner’s Manual located in your vehicle’s glove box . We strongly encourage you to review the Owner’s Manual and Spare tire & tools supplementary manuals so you will have a better understanding Tool location of your vehicle’s capabilities and limitations . Your dealership and the entire staff of Toyota Motor Sales , Jack handle Towing eyelet U.S.A . , Inc . wish you many years of satisfied driving in your Socket adapter new Highlander Hybrid . Jack FEATURES / OPERATIONS Wrench Jack handle Spare tire A word about safe vehicle operations ! This Quick Reference Guide is not a full description of Highlander Hybrid operations . Every Highlander Hybrid owner Removing the spare tire Owner’s Manual that accompanies this should review the ( 1 ) ( 2 ) ( 3 ) vehicle . Pay special attention to the boxed information highlighted in Owner’s Manual . Each box contains safe color throughout the operating instructions to help you avoid injury or equipment SAFETY malfunction . AND All information in this Quick Reference Guide is current at EMERGENCY the time of printing . Toyota reserves the right to make ( 1 ) Remove the cover under the center deck board to find the spare tire changes at any time without notice . clamp bolt . ( 2 ) Assemble the jack handle . FEATURES ( 3 ) Put the socket adapter on the spare tire clamp bolt . Loosen the bolt by turning it counterclockwise with the jack handle . ’ s Manual Owner for tire changing and jack positioning efer to the R procedures . 29
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INDEX Engine maintenance 9 OVERVIEW Fuel tank door release and cap 8 Hood release 8 OVERVIEW Indicator symbols 4 - 5 Instrument cluster 4 Instrument panel 2 - 3 1 Keyless entry 6 Light control - Instrument panel 9 1,2 Smart Key system 7 Air Conditioning / Heating 20 - 22 FEATURES / OPERATIONS Audio 24 - 25 1 Auto lock functions 11 Clock 26 Cruise control 23 Cup holders 27 Door - Power back 19 EV - Drive Mode 12 3 ® Garage door opener ( HomeLink ) 23 Hill - start Assist Control ( HAC ) 27 Hybrid Synergy Drive System 10 1 Lights & turn signals 16 FEATURES / OPERATIONS Moonroof 22 2 Multi - information display 18 Parking brake 12 Power outlets - 12V DC 17 Power outlets - 115V AC 17 Rear seat entertainment system 26 Seat adjustments - Front 13 Seat adjustments - Rear 13 Seat heaters 22 Seats - Folding down second row seats 15 Seats - Head restraints 14 TM Seats - Removing Center - Stow 14 second row seat Seats - Stowing third row seats 14 12 Steering lock release Steering wheel switches 25 ® Telephone controls ( Bluetooth ) 19 Tilt and telescopic steering wheel 12 Transmission 11 SAFETY Windows - Power 18 Windshield wipers & washers 15 AND Doors - Child safety locks 29 EMERGENCY SAFETY AND Door locks 28 Seatbelts 28 EMERGENCY FEATURES Seatbelts - Shoulder belt anchor 28 FEATURES Spare tire & tools 29 ressure Monitoring ( warning ) System 28 ire P T 12 Visit your Toyota dealer for information on customizing this feature . . Refer to the Owner’s Manual for instructions and Programmable by customer more information . ® 3 HomeLink is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls , Inc . 1
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OVERVIEW Instrument panel Steering wheel controls Automatic Air Conditioning Manual Air Conditioning OVERVIEW Vehicles without navigation system Vehicles with navigation system FEATURES / OPERATIONS Tilt and telescopic steering lock release Steering wheel audio controls 1 Steering wheel climate controls Fuel filler door opener Multi - information display button Power back door button 1,2 Voice command button Instrument panel light control 1,2 1 Telephone controls 115V AC Power outlet ON / OFF switch 1 Headlight and turn signal controls / Headlight , turn signal and front fog Windshield wiper de - ice switch 1 light controls Power rearview mirror control SAFETY 1 Outside rearview mirror Wiper and washer controls / Back window defogger button Multi - information display Air Conditioning controls AND 1,2 Audio system or navigation system - integrated audio system 1 EMERGENCY Theft deterrent system / Immobilizer indicator 1 If equipped Emergency flasher button 2 For vehicles with a navigation system , refer to the “ Navigation System “ AIR BAG ON ” and “ AIR BAG OFF ” indicator and Owner’s Manual . ” FEATURES front passenger seatbelt reminder lights 1 Power back door main switch Power button Cruise control 2 3
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OVERVIEW 1 Malfunction / Check Engine indicator Instrument cluster Low fuel level warning OVERVIEW Open door warning 1 Airbag SRS warning Master warning 1 Low Tire Pressure Warning 1 Electric power steering system warning Theft deterrent / Engine immobilizer system indicator Headlight low / high beam indicator Turn signal indicator Power meter Engine coolant temperature FEATURES / OPERATIONS READY indicator Service indicator and reminder Fuel gauge EV Drive Mode indicator Speedometer Trip meter reset knob Eco Driving Mode indicator Odometer and two trip meters Transmission shift position indicator Front fog light indicator 1 Slip indicator / Hill - start Assist Control indicator Indicator symbols 2 Cruise control indicator For details , refer to “ Indicators and warning lights , ” Section 2 - 2 , 2009 1 Owner’s Manual . Anti - lock Brake System warning 1 Brake system warning Variable economy zone indicator 1 Brake system warning light ( yellow indicator ) Driver seatbelt reminder SAFETY ( alarm will sound if speed is over 12 mph ) Front passenger seatbelt reminder AND ( alarm will sound if speed is over 12 mph ) EMERGENCY 1 Charging system warning Front passenger occupant classification or front passenger airbag 1 ON / OFF indicator FEATURES 1 2 If indicator does not turn off within a few seconds of starting engine , there may If this light flashes , refer to “ Cruise control , ” Section 2 - 4 , 2009 Owner’s Manual . r . oyota deale be a malfunction . Have vehicle inspected by your T 4 5
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OVERVIEW Keyless entry Smart Key system Start function Locking operation OVERVIEW Green indicator ON Depresspedal Push brake Carrying Push NOTE : Gear shift lever must be in Park and brake pedal depressed . Unlocking operation Power ( without starting Hybrid System ) Without depressing the brake pedal , pressing the “ ENGINE START STOP ” switch will change the operation mode in succession from : Accessories such as the radio will operate . ACCESSORY FEATURES / OPERATIONS Power ON ; Hybrid System is not engaged . ON Push ONCE : Driver door TWICE : All doors All systems OFF . OFF NOTE : If a door is not opened within 30 seconds of unlocking , all doors will Locking operation Unlocking operation relock for safety . Front door unlock * Front door lock Power back door operation ( if equipped ) Push Grasp Carry remote to lock / unlock Carry remote to lock / unlock Push and hold Back door lock / unlock Glass hatch unlock SAFETY Panic button Lock AND Push EMERGENCY Unlock Push Push FEATURES Carry remote to lock / unlock Carry remote to lock / unlock * Driver door unlocking function can be programmed to unlock driver door , or all doors . Grasping passenger door handle will unlock all doors . only Push and hold NOTE : Doors may also be locked / unlocked using remote . 6 7
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OVERVIEW Fuel tank door release and cap Light control - Instrument panel OVERVIEW Turn + Brightness control - * It may take up to 10 seconds after Push * pushing button for the door to Engine maintenance open if the internal tank pressure Store is high . NOTE : Tighten until one click is heard . If the cap is not tightened FEATURES / OPERATIONS enough , Check Engine “ ” indicator may illuminate . Hood release Pull Pull up latch and raise hood Windshield washer fluid tank Engine oil level dipstick Engine coolant reservoir SAFETY Engine oil filler cap Note : Regularly scheduled maintenance , including oil changes , will AND help extend the life of your vehicle and maintain performance . EMERGENCY Please refer to the “ Owner’s Warranty Information Booklet , ” “ Scheduled Maintenance Guide ” or “ Owner’s Manual Supplement . ” FEATURES Engage support rod 8 9
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS Hybrid Synergy Drive System Auto lock functions The Hybrid Synergy Drive System utilizes a computer - controlled gasoline Automatic door locks can be programmed to operate in two different OVERVIEW engine and electric motor to provide the most efficient combination of modes , or turned OFF . power for the vehicle . To conserve energy , when the brakes are applied - Doors lock when shifting from Park . the braking force generates electricity which is then sent to the traction - Doors unlock when shifting into Park . battery . In addition , the engine shuts off when the vehicle is stopped . The benefits are better fuel economy , reduced vehicle emissions and improved Owner’s Manual for more details . Refer to the performance . Transmission Note : Fuel consumption and energy information of the Hybrid System are shown on the multi - information display and / or navigation system screen ( if equipped ) . 1 Park Tips for improved fuel economy Reverse - Ensure tire pressures are maintained at levels specified in the Owner’s Neutral l . Manua Drive - When possible , link trips to reduce engine cold starts . 2 Engine braking B - Avoid driving at speeds that are higher than necessary , especially on the highway . FEATURES / OPERATIONS - When possible , avoid sudden stops to maximize regenerative braking energy . 1 The “ POWER ” switch must be “ ON ” and the brake pedal depressed to - Minimize use of the Air Conditioning . shift from Park . 2 The engine brake is the equivalent of downshifting . Shift to “ B ” when Starting the Hybrid System engine braking is desired ( i.e . downhill driving , coasting to a stop , etc . ) . Eco Driving Mode Push ( 1 ) Put the selector lever in “ P . ” SAFETY ( 2 ) Depress the brake pedal , and press the “ POWER ” switch briefly and firmly . Eco Driving Mode helps achieve low fuel consumption during trips that AND ( 3 ) The “ READY ” light will blink . After a few seconds , when the light involve frequent accelerating and braking . EMERGENCY remains steady and a beep sounds , you may begin driving . Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details . FEATURES 10 11
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS EV - Drive Mode Seat adjustments - Front Manual seat Power seat Push OVERVIEW EV - Drive Mode allows the electric motor ( traction motor ) , powered by the hybrid battery ( traction battery ) , to be used to drive the vehicle . Seat position ( forward / backward ) Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details . Lumbar support ( driver side only ) Height crank ( driver side only ) Steering lock release Seatback angle Turn Seat position , cushion angle and height Driver seat leg support ( if equipped ) Seat adjustments - Rear FEATURES / OPERATIONS Second row seat Without third seat With third seat Push Tilt and telescopic steering wheel Angle Length Lock release lever Hold wheel , push lever down , set angle and length , and return lever . SAFETY Note : Do not attempt to adjust while the vehicle is in motion . AND Parking brake EMERGENCY Seat position ( forward / backward ) FEATURES Seatback angle Third seat access lever Seatback release Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details . Set : Depressepress Release : D again 12 13
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS Seats - Folding down second row seats Seats - Head restraints ( if equipped ) Front Rear OVERVIEW From outside Left side remote seat Lock release button Lock release button Right side remote seat release TM Seats - Removing Center - Stow ( 1 ) Pull up second row seat From inside ( 1 ) ( 2 ) ( 3 ) ( 2 ) Fold down FEATURES / OPERATIONS ( 4 ) ( 5 ) Windshield wipers & washers Front Single wipe Adjust frequency * ( 1 ) Remove the second row console from the front center console box . ( 2 ) Lower the center head restraint . ( 3 ) Pull the strap , then fold down the seatback . Interval wipe ( 4 ) Pull the lever behind the second center seat and lift the rear of the Slow seat to remove . ( 5 ) Stow the seat in the front center console box . Fast Pull to wash and wipe NOTE : The second - row console can now be installed between the second * Intermittent windshield wiper frequency adjustment row seats . Rotate to increase / decrease wipe frequency . SAFETY Seat - Stowing third row seats Rear ( if equipped ) AND Wash and wipe EMERGENCY Wipe Pull Fold down Interval wipe Wash and wipe FEATURES Pull Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details . 14 15
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS Lights & turn signals Power outlets - 12V DC Headlights Instrument panel ( with seat heater ) Instrument panel ( without seat heater ) OVERVIEW Without DRL OFF switch With DRL OFF switch Auto Headlights Headlights Parking lights Parking lights Auto DRL OFF Luggage compartment Center console Low beam High beam flasher High beam FEATURES / OPERATIONS - Daytime Running Light system ( DRL ) ( if equipped ) Automatically turns Power switch must be set at “ ACC ” or “ ON ” position to be used . on the turn signal lights at a reduced intensity . - Automatic light cutoff system Automatically turns lights off after a delay of 30 seconds . Power outlets - 115V AC ( if equipped ) Beside second row seat ON / OFF switch Front fog lights ( if equipped ) Turn Front fog lights come on only when the headlights are on low beam . SAFETY Turn signals AND Right turn EMERGENCY Lane change Power switch must be set at “ ACC ” or “ ON ” position to be used . FEATURES Lane change Left turn 16 17
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS Multi - information display Door - Power back ( if equipped ) Instrument panel Back door ( close only ) OVERVIEW Push Open : Push and hold Push and hold Close : Push and hold again NOTE : If battery is disconnected , the power back door needs to be reinitialized . Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details . ® Telephone controls ( Bluetooth ) ( if equipped ) Push “ DISP ” to change information in the following : Audio unit Microphone ( 1 ) Average gas mileage after refueling ( 2 ) Current gas mileage FEATURES / OPERATIONS ( 3 ) Miles left on remaining fuel ( 4 ) Driving distance from engine start ( 5 ) Average gas mileage ( 6 ) Average gas mileage history ( 7 ) Current tire pressure ( 8 ) Energy monitor Steering wheel telephone switches Push and hold “ DISP ” to set up the displays and the rearview monitor displays . Windows - Power Driver side Window lock switch Volume Up SAFETY Voice command button AND Down End call EMERGENCY Start call ® Bluetooth technology allows dialing or receipt of calls without taking Automatic operation ( driver’s window only ) Push the switch completely FEATURES hands from the steering wheel or using a cable to connect the telephone o stop down or pull it completely up and release to fully open or close . T and the system . window midway , lightly push the switch in the opposite direction . s window r ’ Window lock switch Deactivates all passenger windows . Drive Refer to “ Hands - free phone system ( for cellular phone ) , ” Section 3 - 4 in remains operable . Owner’s Manual for more details . the 18 19
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS Front automatic Air Conditioning Air Conditioning / Heating With rear Air Conditioning Without rear Air Conditioning Front manual Air Conditioning OVERVIEW Fan speed Outside rearview mirror ( if equipped ) / Back window defogger FEATURES / OPERATIONS Temperature selector Fresh or recirculated cabin air Automatic climate control ON Airflow vent Adjusting the temperature setting will cause the airflow vents , air In “ ” or “ ” mode , use fresh air ( “ ” indicator OFF ) to intake and fan to adjust automatically . reduce window fogging . Windshield airflow / defogger Air Conditioning ON / OFF Rear Air Conditioning ON / OFF Use fresh air to quickly cool interior , then change to recirculate for Fan speed cooler air . Outside rearview mirror ( if equipped ) / Back window defogger Use for quick cooling . MAX A / C changes air intake to recirculate . Fresh or recirculated cabin air Rear Air Conditioning ON / OFF “ DUAL ” / “ SYNC ” button Indicator ON : Separate temperature settings for driver , front Rear manual Air Conditioning ( if equipped ) passenger and rear passengers . Indicator OFF : Synchronize temperature settings for driver and all passengers . Temperature selector ( front passenger side ) SAFETY Air Conditioning ON / OFF Temperature selector ( rear passenger ) AND Airflow vent In “ ” or “ ” mode , use fresh air ( “ ” indicator OFF ) to EMERGENCY reduce window fogging . Climate control OFF Temperature selector ( driver side ) FEATURES Airflow vent Temperature selector Fan speed 20 21
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS Rear automatic Air Conditioning ( if equipped ) Cruise control Turning system ON / OFF OVERVIEW System ON / OFF Fan speed Temperature selector Functions Airflow vent 2 Automatic climate control ON Resume Increase speed Climate control OFF FEATURES / OPERATIONS Seat heaters ( if equipped ) 1 Cancel Driver seat Decrease speed Set 12 The set speed may also be cancelled by depressing the brake pedal . The set speed may be resumed once vehicle speed exceeds 25 mph . Turn Push Push ® Garage door opener ( HomeLink ) * ( if equipped ) Front passenger seat Push knob to pop the controller out . Turn clockwise for heater . Moonroof ( if equipped ) Sliding operation Tilting operation Push once to open partway ; SAFETY again to open completely . Open Tilt AND ® EMERGENCY Garage door openers manufactured under license from HomeLink * can be programmed to operate garage doors , estate gates , security lighting , etc . efer to “ Garage door opener , ” Section 3 - 7 in the ’ s Manual R Owner for FEATURES more details . For programming assistance , contact the Toyota Customer Experience Close Close Recommended driving Center at 1 - 800 - 331 - 4331 , or visit http : / / www.homelink.com . position to minimize ® wind noise . is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls , Inc . * HomeLink 22 23
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS RADIO Audio To preset stations Tune in the desired station and hold down a preset Preset buttons - functions in other OVERVIEW Type 1 button ( 1 - 6 ) until you hear a beep . Push desired preset button ( 1 - 6 ) to modes indicated above number select . To scan stations Push and hold “ SCAN ” to scan preset stations . Push again Eject CD to hold selection . Mute View CD Station / CD AUX audio jack text track scan Without seat heater With seat heater Push to Push to turn Seek station / adjust tone ON / OFF Push to skip Mode CD track select & balance up / down folder and radio category type Type 2 additional functions Load CD ( s ) FEATURES / OPERATIONS By inserting a mini plug into the AUX audio jack , you can listen to music from a portable audio device through the vehicle’s speaker system while in AUX mode . Steering wheel switches Audio control Climate control ( if equipped ) AM / Satellite Radio ® Type 3 ( with JBL speakers and Bluetooth function ) Temperature Volume control selector System OFF Auto A / C ON SAFETY CD PLAYER v “ ” v AND To scan tracks on a disc Push and hold “ SCAN . ” Push again to hold - In radio mode Push to select a preset station ; push and hold to seek selection . EMERGENCY the next strong station . CD changer ( Types 2 and 3 only ) - In CD mode Push to skip up or down to next / previous track . - To load one disc Push “ LOAD ” and insert one disc . “ MODE ” - To load multiple discs Push and hold “ LOAD ” until you hear a beep . FEATURES Push to turn audio ON and select an audio mode . Push and hold to turn Insert one disc . Shutter will close and then re - open for next disc . the audio system OFF . . To select a file ( MP3 / WMA only ) Turn “ TUNE FILE . ” To select a folder ( MP3 / WMA only ) Push either side of “ FOLDER . ” 24 25
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FEATURES / OPERATIONS Rear seat entertainment system Hill - start Assist Control ( HAC ) ( if equipped ) OVERVIEW Brakeal ped HAC helps prevent rolling backwards on an incline . To engage , push further down on brake pedal while at a complete stop until a beep sounds and slip indicator illuminates . HAC holds for approximately 2 seconds after releasing brake pedal . Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details . Cup holders FEATURES / OPERATIONS Front Remote control DVD player Headphone volume control and headphone jacks DVD screen 115V AC Power outlet ON / OFF switch Console box Front audio system A / V input adapter 115V AC Power outlet Wireless headphones Clock SAFETY AND Rear Side table EMERGENCY FEATURES Press and hold “ DISP ” button . Select “ CLOCK ” on menu screen . Adjust as indicated on screen . 26 27
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SAFETY CANDY EMERGEN FEATURES Seatbelts Take up slack Too high Keep as low bonle hips as possi If belt is fully extended , then retracted even slightly , it cannot be re - extended beyond that point , unless fully retracted again . This feature is used to help hold child restraint systems securely . To find more information about seatbelts , and how to install a child Owner's Manual . restraint system , refer to the Seatbelts - Shoulder belt anchor Push up , or wsqueezeer lock release to lo Door locks Unlock Lock Tire Pressure Monitoring ( warning ) System If tire pressure becomes critically low on any of the tires ( including the spare ) , indicator light illuminate . Correctly adjusting tire inflation will turn off the light after a few minutes . If the light does not turn off , have the system checked by your Toyota dealer . Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details . 28
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2009r Highlande Hybrid Doors - Child safety locks Rear door OVERVIEW This Quick Reference Guide is a summary of basic vehicle operations . It contains brief descriptions of fundamental operations so you can locate and use the vehicle’s main equipment quickly and easily . Moving the lever to “ LOCK ” will allow the door to be opened only from The Quick Reference Guide is not intended as a substitute for the outside . the Owner’s Manual located in your vehicle’s glove box . We strongly encourage you to review the Owner’s Manual and Spare tire & tools supplementary manuals so you will have a better understanding Tool location of your vehicle’s capabilities and limitations . Your dealership and the entire staff of Toyota Motor Sales , Jack handle Towing eyelet U.S.A . , Inc . wish you many years of satisfied driving in your Socket adapter new Highlander Hybrid . Jack FEATURES / OPERATIONS Wrench Jack handle Spare tire A word about safe vehicle operations ! This Quick Reference Guide is not a full description of Highlander Hybrid operations . Every Highlander Hybrid owner Removing the spare tire Owner’s Manual that accompanies this should review the ( 1 ) ( 2 ) ( 3 ) vehicle . Pay special attention to the boxed information highlighted in Owner’s Manual . Each box contains safe color throughout the operating instructions to help you avoid injury or equipment SAFETY malfunction . AND All information in this Quick Reference Guide is current at EMERGENCY the time of printing . Toyota reserves the right to make ( 1 ) Remove the cover under the center deck board to find the spare tire changes at any time without notice . clamp bolt . ( 2 ) Assemble the jack handle . FEATURES ( 3 ) Put the socket adapter on the spare tire clamp bolt . Loosen the bolt by turning it counterclockwise with the jack handle . ’ s Manual Owner for tire changing and jack positioning efer to the R procedures . 29
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2009 POWERED BY Quick Reference Guide MN 00505 - QRG09 - HH Printed in the USA 8 / 08
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