Automatic operation (if so equipped)

Tilt and telescopic operation

To adjust the steering wheel move the switch 1 in the following directions:

● Adjust the steering wheel forward or backward in direction 3 to the desired telescopic position.
● Adjust the steering wheel up or down in direction 2 to the desired tilt position.

CAUTION

For vehicles with automatic drive positioner: Failure to reset the tilt and telescoping functions of the steering wheel, after the vehicle’s battery has been discharged, may prevent the steering wheel position from being adjusted.

For vehicles with automatic drive positioner: Both the tilt and telescopic steering operation must be reset after the vehicle’s battery has been discharged in order to prevent the tilt and telescopic operation from locking in one position. When the battery has been recharged or replaced, perform the following:

● For telescopic operation: Adjust the switch 1 so the steering wheel moves to the most forward and backward position 3 that can be reached.
● For tilt operation: Adjust the switch 1 so the steering wheel moves to the highest position 2 that can be reached.

Performing these operations resets the range of the steering wheel’s tilt and telescopic function.

Entry/Exit function

The automatic drive positioner system will make the steering wheel move up automatically when the driver’s door is opened and the ignition switch is in the LOCK position. This lets the driver get into and out of the seat more easily. The steering wheel moves back into position when the driver’s door is closed and the ignition switch is pushed.

For more information, see “Automatic drive positioner” in this section.

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