PRECAUTION FOR DISCONNECTING CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL
When disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal, initialize the following systems after the terminal is reconnected.
|System Name||See Procedure|
|Stop and Start System|
|Intelligent Crearance Sonar System|
|Parking Assist Monitor System (w/ Parallel Parking Assist Function)|
|Parking Assist Monitor System (w/o Parallel Parking Assist Function)|
|Panoramic View Monitor System|
|Power Door Lock Control System|
|Pre-Crash Safety System|
|Power Back Door System|
|Lighting System (EXT)|
|Adaptive High Beam System|
PRECAUTION FOR WHEN USING WIRELESS CHARGER
When charging a rechargeable device while driving, for safety reasons, the driver should not operate the rechargeable device.
People with implantable cardiac pacemakers, cardiac resynchronization therapy pacemakers or implantable cardioverter defibrillators, or any other electrical medical device, should consult their physician about usage of the wireless charging system. Operation of the wireless charging system may have an affect on medical devices.
Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in a fire, equipment failure or damage, or burns due to over heating.
Do not put any metallic objects between the charging area and the rechargeable device while charging.
Do not attach metallic objects, such as aluminum stickers, to the charging area.
Do not cover the rechargeable device with a cloth or other object while charging.
Do not attempt to charge rechargeable devices which are not compatible with the Qi wireless charging standard.
Do not disassemble, modify or remove the mobile wireless charger cradle assembly.
Do not apply force or impact to the mobile wireless charger cradle assembly.
In the following situations, the wireless charging system may not operate correctly:
When the rechargeable device is fully charged.
When there is an foreign object between the charging area and rechargeable device.
When a non-Qi-compatible cover or accessory is attached to the Qi-compatible rechargeable device.
When the rechargeable device becomes hot while charging.
When a rechargeable device is placed on the charging area with its charging surface facing up.
When a rechargeable device is not centered on the charging area.
When the vehicle is in an environment where it may be affected by strong radio waves or electrical noise.
When the rechargeable device is in contact with, or is covered by any metallic object.
When wireless keys (that emit radio waves) other than those of the vehicle are being used nearby.
Do not bring magnetic cards, such as credit cards, or magnetic recording media close to the mobile wireless charger cradle assembly while charging. Otherwise, data may be erased. Additionally, do not bring precision instruments, such as wrist watches, close to the mobile wireless charger cradle assembly, as such objects may malfunction.
To prevent the battery from discharging, do not use the wireless charging system for a long period of time with the engine stopped.