Toyota Avalon Owners Manual: Using the interior lights

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Interior lights list

Using the interior lights

  1. Front interior/personal lights
  2. Shift lever light
  3. Ambient lights (if equipped)
  4. Door courtesy lights
  5. Rear personal lights
  6. Footwell lights
  7. Front center console light

Interior light

The rear personal lights turn on/off together with the interior light.

  1. Turns the lights on/off linked to door positions
  2. Turns the lights on/off

Using the interior lights

Personal lights

■ Front

Turns the lights on/off

Using the interior lights

■ Rear

Turns the lights on/off

Using the interior lights

Ambient lights (if equipped)

Each time the "MOOD" switch is pressed, the brightness level changes.

Using the interior lights

  • Illuminated entry system: The lights automatically turn on/off according to the engine switch mode, the presence of the electronic key, whether the doors are locked/unlocked, and whether the doors are open/closed.
  • If the interior lights remain on when the engine switch is turned off, the lights will go off automatically after 20 minutes.
  • If any of the SRS airbags deploy (inflate) or in the event of a strong rear impact, the interior lights will turn on automatically.

    The interior lights will turn off automatically after approximately 20 minutes.

    The interior lights can be turned off manually. However, in order to help prevent further collisions, it is recommended that they be left on until safety can be ensured.

    (The interior lights may not turn on automatically depending on the force of the impact and conditions of the collision.)

  • Some functions can be customized.
    Heated steering wheel/ seat heaters/ seat ventilators

    Using the storage features

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