Toyota 4RUNNER 1997 Owner Manual

Part 1, OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Part 1, OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Part 1
Keys
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OPERATION OF
INSTRUMENTS
AND CONTROLS—
Chapter 1-2
Keys and Doors
D
Keys
D
Side doors
D
Power windows
D
Power back window
D
Back door
D
Hood
D
Fuel tank cap
D
Electric moon roof
Your vehicle is supplied with two
kinds of key.
1. Master key—This key works in every
lock.
2. Subkey—This key will not work in the
glovebox.
To protect things locked in the glovebox
when you have your vehicle parked, leave
the subkey with the attendant.
Since the doors can be locked without a
key, you should always carry a spare
master key in case you accidentally lock
your keys inside the vehicle.
KEY NUMBER PLATE
Your key number is shown on the
plate. Keep the plate in a safe place
such as your wallet, not in the vehicle.
If you should lose your keys or if you need
additional keys, duplicates can be made
by a Toyota dealer using the key number.
You should also put a copy of the key
number with your important papers.