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Missing buttons - Toyota Yaris Mk3 XP130 (2017)


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Hi all, does someone know what option there would be for these places? (Toyota Yaris Mk3 XP130 (2017).

I Know that on the left side (LHD) beside my headlight tilt knob the missing button is "PWR HEAT" (That one was shown in a picture in the manual) (pic 1)

But what about in the center console? (Pic 2)

Top right is start stop, lower right is TCS off, lower left is heated seats (which I don't have) but what is the top left for? Because I have a blue connector (pic 3) under there so there could be a possibility for me to install another option.

Also, what is the missing button on pic 4 for? When I took out the dash I found alot of connectors just sitting there, but I don't know for what.

Thanks in Advance

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  • mmisch changed the title to Missing buttons - Toyota Yaris Mk3 XP130 (2017)

There are many options depending on the spec and engine, down by the handbrake you can have the heated seat switch, VSC off, Stop/start off, sports switch, EV mode and eco mode (the latter 2, hybrid only) - earlier cars had the optional front parking sensors off switch

centre console by the 12v socket is for the AUX in and/or USB

space next to the headlight level switch is for the PTC heater switch (cold climate electric or fuel heater)

 

TBH i haven't seen a yaris with no options like yours

 

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Mine is like almost barebone, no foglights, no LED headlights/taillights from factory (now it is full LED because I installed LED bulbs for all things)

 

For the heater switch I don't have wiring there.

What do U think the blue connector is for? I don't know about the sport switch because it is just a 1.5l engine (2NR-FKE).

 

I don't know if this tells something but the wiring with the blue connector goes besides the gear lever and into the dash, so it's 100% not for heated seats.

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Here is a video with the connectors tucked behind the dash, the grey one and the white big one,  and down there behind the cigarette lighter is that black connector with the purple cable, for ?(maybe the usb for the missing button?)

 

Pic 2/3 shows the wires of the blue connector at the handbrake

Here again for order (clip facing u) :

First pin no wire, Brown, Dark Blue, Pink, Purple, Baby (light) Blue, Green, Black

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Behind the heater controls

top left grey square plug is the USB plug that plugs into the radio, the white 24 pin connector is for a reverse camera a/v in and AUX in No.2

bottom right (black plug with grey centre - plugs into the Aux/usb socket, eg. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/403659799472

 

The blue plug is indeed for the heated seats, it goes into the main instrument loom and comes out in the passenger footwell have a look under your front seats

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So my seats do have heating elements in them or not?

Because if they do have it, I can buy that switch, connect it and it should work right? 

Video shows bottom of passenger first, then driver seat

 

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I doubt it, It may be wired up to KF1 but not in the body loom and definitely will not have the elements

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under the front seat you should find a 5 pin plug and socket is attached to the seat frame like this (top white plug)

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Thanks for the explanation, no, I don't think I have that plug, I only have the yellow one and I think that's for the airbag.

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If the 5 pin is for the seatbelt buckle switch, than the big white connector is for your heating element? Is that what u mean? (Which doesnt exist in my car)

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12 hours ago, mmisch said:

If the 5 pin is for the seatbelt buckle switch, than the big white connector is for your heating element? Is that what u mean? (Which doesnt exist in my car)

no, its the small white 5 pin that does both, the large white plug is for the audio amplifier - had a look on mine today and it's not wired, mine is the top of the UK range (Excel with premium pack) minus the pano roof

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So the seatbelt buckle switch and (if u got it) the heating element is combined in the small 5 pin plug.

The big white plug is for an audio amp?

 

Because I was hoping for some options that I can add just like the cruise control I did, so this yaris doesn't feel that empty

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I only see this one, is that for the seatbelt? I don't want to remove it because I don't know if thats also for the airbag.

 

Pic 1 is driver seat, pic 2 is passenger seat

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you have the wiring up to the seats !!

Release the white plug and count the pins in the socket, DO NOT touch the yellow one

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Okay, I will count the pins when I got the time, does that mean I maybe do have a possibility for heated seats?

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Pic 1 is driver seat, pic 2 is passenger seat.

 

Also, are these the heating elements??

Pic 3 is the underside of driver seat

Pic 4 is underside of passenger seat

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I thought those metal bars under the seats were the heating elements? (Pic 3/4 in my last post)

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Just now, mmisch said:

I thought those metal bars under the seats were the heating elements? (Pic 3/4 in my last post)

Those are the metal springs that support the seat cushion. 

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