The cruise control switch consists of the ON-OFF button and the +RES, MODE, -SET and CANCEL switches. The +RES, MODE, -SET and CANCEL switches are operated by moving the lever in the 4 directions indicated.
The switches in the cruise control switch are of the automatic reset (normally open) type that turn on only when the switch is being operated and turn off as soon as the driver releases the switch. Furthermore, the functions of the switch are active only when the cruise control system has been turned on using the ON-OFF button on the cruise control switch.
|*1||Cruise Control Switch||*2||
STEERING PAD SWITCH ASSEMBLY
|*a||+RES Switch||*b||MODE Switch|
|*c||ON-OFF Button||*d||-SET Switch|
|*e||CANCEL Switch||*f||This illustration is an example.|
While the vehicle is being driven in vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode, the vehicle-to-vehicle distance setting changes as follows each time the distance control switch is pressed: long → middle → short.
If the engine switch is turned off and back on (IG), the system will default to "long".
The vehicle-to-vehicle distance is as follows:
|Long||Approximately 50 m (160 ft.)|
|Middle||Approximately 40 m (130 ft.)|
|Short||Approximately 30 m (100 ft.)|
*: While driving at a speed of 80 km/h (50 mph).