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How to disable idling stop in premio?

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On cars where this can be turned off, you will see a button with an "A" encircled by an arrow. The button should be located close to your steering wheel on the dashboard.

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According to the user manual it is on the side of the center console (user manual page 214)...

 

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Hi Experts, one of my friends has a Toyota Premio, the car's 'idling stop' is not working. the car engine keeps running when it's idil where it should cut off. 

  • The 'Auto cut off ' button is on.
  • Car's battery has 65% energy left

What might be the cause? any similar experience? please share

 

Thankx

 

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25 minutes ago, Emac said:

Hi Experts, one of my friends has a Toyota Premio, the car's 'idling stop' is not working. the car engine keeps running when it's idil where it should cut off. 

  • The 'Auto cut off ' button is on.
  • Car's battery has 65% energy left

What might be the cause? any similar experience? please share

 

Thankx

 

This happens if you keep the a/c temp too low, car will run the engine to keep the a/c compressor running

Low battery can be a cause as well, will disable the system to conserve the battery.

Personally i find this feature annoying as you can feel the car stop and start every few meters when you are in bumper to bumper traffic. Little worried over the fact that the wear and tare also might be high due to frequent stop starts.

System will be ideal in situations were you drive for substantial distance may be from one intersection to another and keep the car idling for a minute or so, and not in case where you move few meters every few seconds.

 

 

 

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19 hours ago, kush said:

This happens if you keep the a/c temp too low, car will run the engine to keep the a/c compressor running

Low battery can be a cause as well, will disable the system to conserve the battery.

Personally i find this feature annoying as you can feel the car stop and start every few meters when you are in bumper to bumper traffic. Little worried over the fact that the wear and tare also might be high due to frequent stop starts.

System will be ideal in situations were you drive for substantial distance may be from one intersection to another and keep the car idling for a minute or so, and not in case where you move few meters every few seconds.

 

 

 

True. It's a headache in severe traffic

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