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Mick F
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I have the key, I sit down in the driving set and drop the key into the central pocket.

I press the footbrake and the green key symbol lights up on the dash.

I press the Start button, and all the lights on the dash come on as normal, then go out except for the handbrake and the seatbelt light (coz I haven't fastened it yet) and then the Ready light comes on.

I fasten my seatbelt (light goes off), select Drive, drop the handbrake ( light goes off), release the footbrake and off I go.

Why does the green key symbol light go out ......................... when I could have sworn that it used to remain on whilst driving?

Mick.

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14 minutes ago, Mick F said:

I have the key, I sit down in the driving set and drop the key into the central pocket.

I press the footbrake and the green key symbol lights up on the dash.

I press the Start button, and all the lights on the dash come on as normal, then go out except for the handbrake and the seatbelt light (coz I haven't fastened it yet) and then the Ready light comes on.

I fasten my seatbelt (light goes off), select Drive, drop the handbrake ( light goes off), release the footbrake and off I go.

Why does the green key symbol light go out ......................... when I could have sworn that it used to remain on whilst driving?

Mick.

My Auris has a key symbol between the clocks. As far as I am aware it comes on to say it recognises the key. So I guess it’s much the same in your Yaris.

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No. The display it’s on is multifunctional. You can select all sorts of feed back, whether the car is using petrol of electric, a compass or even KPH. The key symbol comes on when I press the brake pedal, then goes out when I press the on button.

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