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Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Operation Check

OPERATION CHECK

1. CHECK POWER DOOR LOCK OPERATION

NOTICE:

The operation check below is based on the non-customized initial condition of the vehicle.

(a) Check basic functions.

(1) Check that all doors lock when the lock side of the door control switch is pressed.

(2) Check that all doors unlock when the unlock side of the door control switch is pressed.

(3) Check that all doors lock when the driver door key cylinder is turned to lock using the mechanical key.

(4) Check that only the driver door unlocks when the driver door lock cylinder is turned to unlock once using the key and other doors unlock when it is turned to unlock consecutively once again.

(b) Check the key lock-in prevention function.

NOTICE:

In order to prevent the key from being locked in, the following inspection should be performed with the driver door window open.

(1) Turn the ignition switch to ON or ACC.

(2) With the driver door open, check that all doors unlock immediately after the door lock knob for the driver door is pressed.

(3) With the driver door open, check that all doors unlock immediately after the lock side of the door control switch (for manual operation) is pressed.

(4) With the driver door open, press the driver door lock knob and hold it for 2 seconds or more, then close the driver door and check that all doors unlock.

(c) Check the security function of the door lock control system.

(1) Close all doors and leave the driver door window open so that the door control switch can be operated from outside the vehicle. (Step 1)

(2) Open the driver door and remove the key from the vehicle. With the door still open, lock the door using the lock knob. Close the driver door. Then, check that the doors do not unlock when the unlock side of the door control switch (for manual operation) is pressed from outside the vehicle.

(3) Starting from Step 1, with the key outside the vehicle, close and lock the driver door using the mechanical key. Then, check that the doors do not unlock when the unlock side of the door control switch (for manual operation) is pressed from outside the vehicle.

(4) Starting from Step 1, with the key outside the vehicle, close and lock the driver door using wireless key operation or smart key operation*. Then, check that the doors do not unlock when the unlock side of the door control switch (for manual operation) is pressed from outside the vehicle.

HINT:

Check that the security function of the door lock control system is canceled under the following conditions:

  • The driver door is unlocked using the key.
  • The engine is running at 550 rpm or more.
  • The unlock side of the door control switch (for manual operation) is pressed after the door lock knob is unlocked manually.
  • The doors are unlocked by wireless operation.
    • *: w/ Smart Key System

(d) Check the key-linked 2-step unlock function.

(1) Lock all doors.

(2) Check that only the driver door unlocks when the driver door lock cylinder is turned to unlock once using the key and other doors unlock when it is turned to unlock consecutively once again.

(e) Check the driver door-linked automatic door unlock function.

HINT:

The default setting is off. If necessary, the function must be set to ON through the customize function.

(1) When the driver door is closed, turning the ignition switch from ON to off and opening the driver door within approximately 43 seconds will automatically unlock all doors.

(f) Check the shift linked automatic door lock function.

HINT:

The default setting for models without the daytime running light control is off. If necessary, the function must be set to ON through the customize function.

(1) With the shift lever in P and the ignition switch ON, check that all doors lock automatically when the shift lever is moved to any position other than P.

(g) Check the shift linked automatic door unlock function.

(1) With the shift lever in any position other than P and the ignition switch ON, check that all doors unlock automatically when the shift lever is moved to P.

(h) Check the speed-sensitive automatic door lock function.

HINT:

The default setting for models with the daytime running light control is off. If necessary, the function must be set to ON through the customize function.

(1) When any door is unlocked and the vehicle is driven at approximately 20 km/h (12 mph) or more, check that all doors lock automatically.

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