Tayota Kamri's repair since 2001
1. Operation manual and to maintenance of the car
1.1. Description of the car
1.2. Dashboard, governing bodies and combination of devices
1.2.1. Dashboard
1.2.2. Devices, counters and control indicators
1.2.3. Understeering switches and system of lighting
1.2.4. Equipment of salon, wheel and rear-view mirrors
1.2.4.1. Hours
1.2.4.2. Display of external temperature
1.2.4.3. Multipurpose display
1.2.4.4. Lighter and ashtrays
1.2.4.5. Sound signal
1.2.4.6. Food sockets
1.2.4.7. A box for gloves
1.2.4.8. Auxiliary ware boxes
1.2.4.9. Box of the back console
1.2.4.10. Forward and back holders for cups
1.2.4.11. A grid for freights
1.2.4.12. Back sun-protection blind
1.2.4.13. Inclination of a steering wheel
1.2.4.14. External rear-view mirrors
1.2.4.15. Control of the electric drive of external rear-view mirrors
1.2.4.16. Folding of external rear-view mirrors
1.2.4.17. Internal rear-view mirror
1.2.4.18. Individual mirrors
1.2.5. Seats
1.2.6. Systems of passive safety
1.3. System of heating and air conditioning
1.4. Use of the car to destination
1.5. Elimination of the malfunctions which arose in way or before a start of motion
1.6. Maintenance of the car
1.7. Tables
2. Engine
3. Transmission
4. Running gear
5. Steering
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
9. Schemes of electric equipment




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1.2.4.17. Internal rear-view mirror

Fig. 1.89. Scheme of adjustment of an internal rear-view mirror


Adjust a mirror so that only a back part of the car (fig. 1.89) was well visible.
For reduction of dazzle light from headlights behind the going car during night driving use a control lever on the lower edge of a mirror.
Driving at daylight – the lever is in situation 1. In this situation reflection in a mirror more accurate.
Driving – the lever is at night in situation 2. Remember that with reduction of dazzle light the clearness of a rear view decreases a little.

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