Toyota Tacoma manuals

Toyota Tacoma Owners Manual: Access doors (Access Cab models only)

The access door (rear door) can be opened using the inside handle.

Open the front door widely

Pull (from the outside) or push Open the front door widely

(from the inside) the inside handle of the access door. Pull (from the outside) or push (from the inside) the inside handle of the access door.

You can open and close the access door only when the front door is widely opened. Open the access door

You can open and close the access door only when the front door is widely opened.

NOTICE

■When opening or closing the front door and access door

The front door and access door could be damaged if they hit each other when being opened or closed.

Side doors
The vehicle can be locked/unlocked using the wireless remote control, key or door lock switch. ■ Wireless remote control (if equipped) ■ Key Regular Cab models Locks the door U ...

Tailgate
The tailgate can be opened. Pull the handle Open the tailgate slowly The support cables will hold the tailgate horizontal. After closing the tailgate, try pulling it toward you to make sure it ...

Other materials:

If your vehicle has to be stopped in an emergency
Only in an emergency, such as if it becomes impossible to stop the vehicle in the normal way, stop the vehicle using the following procedure: Steadily step on the brake pedal with both feet and firmly depress it. Do not pump the brake pedal repeatedly as this will increase the effort required ...

Auxiliary boxes
Front Pull the lid down. Under the rear seats (Access Cab models) Pull up the lever. Raise the bottom cushion up. Turn the knob counterclockwise. Open the lid. Press the lid against the bottom of the lower cushion until it is supported by the hookand- loop fastener. Make sur ...

Four-wheel drive system
Use the front-wheel drive control switch to select the following transfer modes. H2 (high speed position, two-wheel drive) Use this for normal driving on dry hard-surfaced roads. This position gives greater economy, quietest ride and least wear. H4 (high speed position, four-wheel drive) ...

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