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Toyota RAV4 (XA50) 2019-2024 Owners Manual: Intuitive parking assist

The distance from your vehicle to objects, such as a wall, when parallel parking or maneuvering into a garage is measured by the sensors and communicated via the multi-information display or Multimedia Display and a buzzer. Always check the surrounding area when using this system.

System components

■ Location and types of sensors

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  1. Front corner sensors
  2. Front center sensors
  3. Rear corner sensors
  4. Rear center sensors

■ Display (Multi-information display)

When the sensors detect an object, such as a wall, a graphic is shown on the multi-information display depending on the position and distance to the object.

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  1. Front corner sensor detection
  2. Front center sensor detection* 1
  3. Rear corner sensor detection* 2
  4. Rear center sensor detection* 2

*1:Displayed when the shift lever is in a driving position
*2:Displayed when the shift lever is in R

■ Display (Multimedia Display)

When the sensors detect an object, such as a wall, a graphic is shown on the Multimedia Display depending on the position and distance to the object.

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A simplified image is displayed on the upper corner of the screen when an obstacle is detected.

Panoramic view

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A graphic is shown when the panoramic view monitor is displayed.

Except panoramic view

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A simplified image is displayed on the upper corner of the screen when an obstacle is detected.

Turning intuitive parking assist on/off

The Intuitive parking assist can be enabled/disabled on the
screen of the multi-information display.

When the intuitive parking assist function is disabled, the intuitive parking assist OFF indicator illuminates on the multi-information display.

To re-enable the system, select
on the multi-information display, select and turn it on.


If the system is disabled, it will remain off even if the engine switch is turned to ON after the engine switch has been turned off.

WARNING

■Cautions regarding the use of the system

There is a limit to the degree of recognition accuracy and control performance that this system can provide, do not overly rely on this system. The driver is always responsible for paying attention to the vehicle's surroundings and driving safely.

■To ensure the system can operate properly

Observe the following precautions.

Failing to do so may result in the vehicle being unable to be driven safely and possibly cause an accident.

■When to disable the function

In the following situations, disable the function as it may operate even though there is no possibility of a collision.

■Notes when washing the vehicle

Do not apply intensive bursts of water or steam to the sensor area.

Doing so may result in the sensor malfunctioning.

■The system can be operated when

■If "Parking Assist Unavailable Clean Parking Assist Sensor" is displayed on the multi-information display

A sensor may be covered with ice, snow, dirt, etc. Remove the ice, snow, dirt, etc., from the sensor to return the system to normal.

Also, due to ice forming on a sensor at low temperatures, a warning message may be displayed or the sensor may not be able to detect an object. Once the ice melts, the system will return to normal.

If a warning message is displayed even if the sensor is clean, there may be a sensor malfunction. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer.

■If "Parking Assist Unavailable" is displayed on the multi-information display

Water may be continuously flowing over the sensor surface, such as in a heavy rain. When the system determines that it is normal, the system will return to normal.

■Sensor detection information

■Objects which the system may not properly detect

The shape of the object may prevent the sensor from detecting it.

Pay particular attention to the following objects:

People may not be detected if they are wearing certain types of clothing.

■Situations in which the system may not operate properly

Certain vehicle conditions and the surrounding environment may affect the ability of a sensor to correctly detect objects. Particular instances where this may occur are listed below.

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■Situations in which the system may operate even if there is no possibility of a collision

In some situations, such as the following, the system may operate even though there is no possibility of a collision.

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■Certification (Canada only)

This ISM device complies with Canadian ICES-001.

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