Doing any of these may cause sudden operation of the front seat belt pretensioners or disable the system, which could re-sult in death or serious injury. Then lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. General directions are also provided under the following illustrations. D After adjusting the seat position, try sliding it forward and backward to make sure it is locked in posi-tion. The airbags are designed to inflate only once. D Avoid reclining the seatbacks too much.
Remember, your Toyota dealer It contains carbon monoxide, which converter may cause it to overheat knows your vehicle and its three- is a colorless and odorless gas. By filling in the form below, your question will appear below the manual of the Toyota Celica 2000. All the turn signal lights will flash. Push the switch once again to turn the defogger off. Any object seen in a convex mirror will look smaller and farther away than when seen in a flat mirror. Unless the front passenger fastens the belt, the light stays flashing. Be careful not to damage the belt webbing or hardware.
Check the area around the vehicle be-fore entering it. For better hold-ing power, first depress the brake pedal and hold it while setting the parking brake. The light goes off when both side doors and back door are closed. Always move the seat as far back as possible, because the force of the deploying airbag could cause death or serious injury to the child. Since the side doors and back door can be locked without a key, you should al-ways carry a spare master key in case you accidentally lock your keys inside the vehicle.
Do not leave the transmitter on places where the temperature becomes high such as on the dashboard. In this case, con- tact your Toyota dealer as soon as pos- sible. Operation in foreign countries If you plan to drive your Toyota in another country. Position 1—Parking, tail, license plate, side marker and instrument panel lights Type B only—The tail light indicator green light on the instrument panel will tell you that the tail lights are on. Control switch—To move the mirror Push the switch in the desired direc-tion.
Do not attach a cup holder or any other device or object on or around the door. When replacing the transmitter bat-tery, be careful not to lose the com-ponents. In vehicles with a pas-senger airbag the windshield may also be damaged by absorbing some of the force of the inflating airbag. If the elongation is greater than maximum, replace the chain. Accord-ing to accident statistics, the child is safer when properly restrained in the rear seat than in the front seat. The open door warning light should go off.
On vehicles with side airbags, do not allow the child to lean against the front door or around the front door even if the child is seated in the child restraint system. Simply restart it, using the correct proce-dure given in normal starting. A starter safety device will prevent the starter from operating if the selector lever is in any drive position. This vents the hot air, allowing the air conditioning to cool the interior more quickly. Position the lap belt as low as possible on your hips—not on your waist, then ad-just it to a snug fit by pulling the shoulder portion upward through the latch plate. To turn the overdrive on again, push the switch again. Do not insert coins, clips, etc.
Have it tion, or the light remains on. Manual transmission gear shift lever or automatic transmission selector lever 7. You can use one trip meter to calculate the fuel economy and the other to measure the distance on each trip. Also, do not let the child sit on your lap. Toyota recommends the use of a seat belt. Depressing the brake pedal on slippery road surfaces such as on the manhole cover, the steel plate under the construc-tion, joints in the bridge, etc.
During the first three generations, American market Celicas were powered by various versions of Toyota's R series engines. Closing the side door with the lock knob in the lock position will also lock the side door. If a door is not opened by then, both side doors and back door will be automatically locked again. When not using the child restraint system, keep it secured with the seat belt or place it in the trunk or somewhere other than the passenger compartment. Exhaust: N T+ A- 0. It can cause the transmission to over-heat. D Avoid vehicle speed increases when driving downhill.