Toyota Corolla Cross Owners & Service Manuals

Toyota Corolla Cross: System overview - PKSB

If the PKSB (Parking Support Brake) determines that a collision with a detected object is possible, the engine output will be restricted to restrain any increase in the vehicle speed. (Engine output restriction control: See figure 2.)

Additionally, if the accelerator pedal continues to be depressed, the brakes will be applied automatically to reduce the vehicle speed.

(Brake control: See figure 3.)

  • Figure 1 When the PKSB (Parking Support Brake) is not operating

Using the driving support systems

  1. Engine output
  2. Braking force
  3. Time
  • Figure 2 When engine output restriction control operates

Using the driving support systems

  1. Engine output
  2. Braking force
  3. Time
  4. Engine output restriction control begins operating (System determines that possibility of collision with detected object is high)
  • Figure 3 When brake control operates

Using the driving support systems

  1. Engine output
  2. Braking force
  3. Time
  4. Engine output restriction control begins operating (System determines that possibility of collision with detected object is high)
  5. Brake control begins operating (System determines that possibility of collision with detected object is extremely high)

■If the PKSB (Parking Support Brake) has operated

If the vehicle is stopped due to operation of the PKSB (Parking Support Brake), the PKSB (Parking Support Brake) will be disabled and the driving assist information indicator will illuminate. If the PKSB (Parking Support Brake) operates unnecessarily, brake control can be canceled by depressing the brake pedal or waiting for approximately 2 seconds for it to automatically be canceled.

Then, the vehicle can be operated by depressing the accelerator pedal.

■Re-enabling the PKSB (Parking Support Brake) system

To re-enable the PKSB (Parking Support Brake) when it has been disabled due to operation of the PKSB (Parking Support Brake), either enable the system again, or turn the engine switch off and then back to ON.

Additionally, if any of the following conditions are met, the system will be re-enabled automatically and the driving assist information indicator will turn off:

  • The P shift position is selected
  • The object is no longer detected in the traveling direction of the vehicle
  • The traveling direction of the vehicle changes

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