Toyota RAV4 manuals

Toyota RAV4 Owners Manual: Towing related terms

The maximum allowable gross combination weight. The gross combination weight is the sum of the total vehicle weight (including the occupants, cargo and any optional equipment installed on the vehicle) and the weight of the trailer being towed (including the cargo in the trailer).

Toyota RAV4. Gcwr (gross combination weight rating)


The maximum allowable gross vehicle weight. The gross vehicle weight is the total weight of the vehicle. When towing a trailer, it is the sum of the vehicle weight (including the occupants, cargo and any optional equipment installed on the vehicle) and the tongue weight.

Toyota RAV4. Gvwr (gross vehicle weight rating)


The maximum allowable gross axle weight. The gross axle weight is the load placed on each axle (front and rear).

Toyota RAV4. Gawr (gross axle weight rating)


The maximum allowable gross trailer weight. The gross trailer weight is the sum of the trailer weight and the weight of the cargo in the trailer.

Twr is calculated assuming base vehicle with one driver, one front passenger, hitch and hitch systems (if required).

Toyota RAV4. Twr (trailer weight rating)


Additional optional equipment, passengers and cargo in the vehicle will reduce the trailer weight rating so as not to exceed gcwr, gvwr and gawr.

The trailer weight rating for towing a trailer without a trailer service brake system.

Toyota RAV4. Unbraked twr (unbraked trailer weight rating)


The load placed on the trailer hitch ball.

Toyota RAV4. Tongue weight


Trailer towing
Your vehicle is designed primarily as a passenger-and-load-carrying vehicle. Towing a trailer can have an adverse impact on handling, performance, braking, durability, and fuel consumption. For y ...

Weight limits
The gross trailer weight must never exceed 1500 lb. (680 Kg). The gross combination weight must never exceed the gcwr described below. 2Wd models: 5985 lb. (2715 Kg) awd models: 6100 lb. ...

Other materials:

Rear center seat outer belt assembly
Components Removal Caution: Wait at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal to prevent airbag and seat belt pretensioner activation. Remove shoulder belt anchor cover rh Using a screwdriver, remo ...

Steering angle sensor zero point malfunction
Description The skid control ecu learns the steering sensor zero point every time the ignition switch is turned on and the vehicle is driven at 35 km/h (22 mph) or more for approximately 5 seconds. The ecu also stores the previous zero point. If front wheel alignment or the steering wh ...

Battery current sensor circuit
Description The battery current sensor installed on the positive (+) battery terminal detects the amount of current supplied from the generator. The battery current sensor changes current to voltage (at the positive (+) battery terminal) and sends it to the ecm. The ecm controls th ...

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