Sunroof (if equipped)

You can tilt or slide the sunroof by operating the “TILT” part of the sunroof switch or the “SLIDE” part of the sunroof switch when the ignition switch is in the “ON” position.

There is a system to prevent being pinched by the sunroof.

When the system senses that something is pinched when the sunroof is sliding forward, the sunroof will automatically reverse direction and slide rearward. This system will operate when the sunroof is closing automatically. This system does not operate when tilting the sunroof down.

Make sure there are no hands or other obstructions in the path of the sunroof when you close the sunroof even though there is a system to prevent being pinched by the sunroof.

• The system to prevent being WARNING:
• The system to prevent being pinched by the sunroof does not work in the area where the sunroof is almost completely closed.

• The system to prevent being pinched by the sunroof may not work if the battery is not sufficiently charged.

To tilt the sunroof up, slide the sun shade


To tilt the sunroof up, slide the sun shade rearward by hand and push the “TILT UP” part (1) of the sunroof switch. To tilt the sunroof down, push the “SLIDE OPEN” part (2) of the sunroof switch.

If you push the switch for more than a second, the sunroof will automatically tilt up or down fully. To stop the sunroof halfway, push the switch briefly.

To slide the sunroof rearward, push the


To slide the sunroof rearward, push the “SLIDE OPEN” part (2) of the sunroof switch. To side the sunroof forward, push the “TILT UP” part (1) of the sunroof switch.

If you push the switch for more than a second, the sunroof will automatically slide fully rearward or forward. To stop the sunroof halfway, push the switch briefly.

The sun shade will open automatically and


The sun shade will open automatically and cannot be closed when the sunroof is slid rearward.

How to reactivate the system to prevent being pinched by the sunroof

When you disconnect the negative (–) terminal from the battery or change the fuses, the features below will not operate.

• The system to prevent being pinched by the sliding sunroof.

• The system to automatically open or close the sunroof fully.

In this case, you must reactivate the features using the following procedures.

1) Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.

2) Push and hold the “TILT UP” part (1) of the sunroof switch, the sunroof will tilt up fully and then down slightly. After the movement stops completely, release the switch. The features are reactivated.

3) Make sure you can open or close the sunroof automatically by pushing the sunroof switch for more than about a second.

WARNING:


• Never allow any part of your body WARNING:
• Never allow any part of your body such as hands or head to get out of the sunroof opening while the vehicle is moving.

• Be sure there are no hands or other obstructions in the path of the sunroof when you close the sunroof.

• Always remove the ignition key when leaving the vehicle even if for a short time. Also do not leave children alone in a parked vehicle.

Unattended children could use the sunroof switches and get trapped by the sunroof.

CAUTION:
Do not put your body weight on the roof around the sunroof such as by sitting on it.

• Be sure to close the sunroof when you leave the vehicle unattended.

• Periodically inspect the guide rail for dirt and clean it if any dirt has accumulated.

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