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Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Road Test

ROAD TEST

HINT:

'SET' and '-', 'RES' and '+', 'ON-OFF' functions share the same switch. Operate the cruise control main switch according to the directions indicated on the switch.

1. INSPECT 'SET' FUNCTION

(a) Push the ON-OFF button on (A).

(b) Drive at the vehicle at a desired speed 40 km/h (25 mph) or higher.

(b) Drive at the vehicle at a desired speed 40 km/h (25 mph) or higher.

(c) Push down the control switch lever to "-/SET" to set the cruising speed (B).

(d) After releasing the lever, check that the vehicle cruises at the set speed.

2. INSPECT '+' FUNCTION

(a) Set a desired speed as in step 1.

(b) Check that the vehicle speed increases while the control switch lever is

(b) Check that the vehicle speed increases while the control switch lever is pushed up to "+/RES" (C).

(c) Check that the vehicle cruises at the newly set speed when the switch is released (D).

(d) Momentarily (approximately 0.6 seconds) push up the control switch lever to the "+/RES", and then release it. Check that the vehicle speed increases by approximately 1.0 km/h or 1 mph with each lever operation (Tap-up function).

3. INSPECT '-' FUNCTION

(a) Set a desired speed as in step 1.

(b) Check that the vehicle speed decreases while the control switch lever is

(b) Check that the vehicle speed decreases while the control switch lever is pushed down to "-/SET" (E).

(c) Check that the vehicle cruises at the newly set speed when the switch is released (F).

(d) Momentarily (approximately 0.6 seconds) push down the control switch to "-/SET", and then release it. Check that the vehicle speed decreases by approximately 1.0 km/h or 1 mph with each lever operation (Tap-down function).

HINT:

  • The cruise control system automatically cancels when the vehicle speed decreases to below 40 km/h (25 mph).

4. INSPECT 'CANCEL' FUNCTION

(a) Set a desired speed as in step 1.

(b) Check that the system cancels cruise control when one of the following is

(b) Check that the system cancels cruise control when one of the following is conducted:

(1) Depressing the brake pedal.

(2) Shifting into any position except D and S while driving.

(3) Pushing the cruise control main switch ON-OFF button off (G).

(4) Pulling the cruise control switch lever to "CANCEL" (H).

5. INSPECT ' RES (RESUME)' FUNCTION

(a) Set a desired speed as in step 1.

(1) After canceling the cruise control according to any of the above operations

(1) After canceling the cruise control according to any of the above operations except (G), push up the switch lever to "+/RES" at a speed of 40 km/h (25 mph) or higher (I).

(2) Check that the vehicle resumes the previously set speed.

HINT:

The 'RES' function does not resume the set speed when the vehicle speed decreases to below 40 km/h (25 mph).

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