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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Hi

Can anyone answer the following questions definitively?

On my 3 door the passenger seat tilts and slides in one operation.
Should it return to its original position when pushed back? And should
the driver's seat be capable of the same operation, ie single tilt /
slide move?

I can move the rear bench seat back and fore by pulling on the bar at
the front of the bench. Should I be able to move the seat back / fore
using the bar at the back of the bench, the one that enables you to lift
the bench and fold the seats?

On the trip computer I can get Av speed, av consumption, momentary
consumption - but not the estimated remaining range. Is that normal?

Thanks in advance
Mike
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
"AB" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Hi
>
> Can anyone answer the following questions definitively?


I can't provide definitive answers, but I can provide answers based on the
100 or so Toyotas I am familiar with.

>
> On my 3 door the passenger seat tilts and slides in one operation. Should
> it return to its original position when pushed back? And should the
> driver's seat be capable of the same operation, ie single tilt / slide
> move?


If the car is billed as having "memory seats" I believe that the seat will
slide back to where it was set before it was pushed forward but the seat
back returns to a "default" angle.

The driver's seat is not capable of the same operation.
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> I can move the rear bench seat back and fore by pulling on the bar at the
> front of the bench. Should I be able to move the seat back / fore using
> the bar at the back of the bench, the one that enables you to lift the
> bench and fold the seats?


No, the bars operate different mechanisms.
>
> On the trip computer I can get Av speed, av consumption, momentary
> consumption - but not the estimated remaining range. Is that normal?
>
> Thanks in advance
> Mike


Other Toyotas I've seen have an estimated remaining range, but they were not
entry level cars. Do you normally fill the tank during refueling or do you
put in less than a full tank?
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Ray O
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Thanks for those answers - most helpful.

To answer your question, I would usually refill to the top of the tank.

Regards
Mike

Ray O wrote:
> "AB" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> Hi
>>
>> Can anyone answer the following questions definitively?

>
> I can't provide definitive answers, but I can provide answers based on the
> 100 or so Toyotas I am familiar with.
>
>> On my 3 door the passenger seat tilts and slides in one operation. Should
>> it return to its original position when pushed back? And should the
>> driver's seat be capable of the same operation, ie single tilt / slide
>> move?

>
> If the car is billed as having "memory seats" I believe that the seat will
> slide back to where it was set before it was pushed forward but the seat
> back returns to a "default" angle.
>
> The driver's seat is not capable of the same operation.
>> I can move the rear bench seat back and fore by pulling on the bar at the
>> front of the bench. Should I be able to move the seat back / fore using
>> the bar at the back of the bench, the one that enables you to lift the
>> bench and fold the seats?

>
> No, the bars operate different mechanisms.
>> On the trip computer I can get Av speed, av consumption, momentary
>> consumption - but not the estimated remaining range. Is that normal?
>>
>> Thanks in advance
>> Mike

>
> Other Toyotas I've seen have an estimated remaining range, but they were not
> entry level cars. Do you normally fill the tank during refueling or do you
> put in less than a full tank?
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
"AB" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Thanks for those answers - most helpful.
>
> To answer your question, I would usually refill to the top of the tank.
>
> Regards
> Mike


You're welcome! It sound like your Yaris's trip computer does not have a
"distance to empty" function.
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Ray O
(correct punctuation to reply)
 
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