Toyota Venza is a stylish crossover sport sedan, and has flexibility as a multipurpose vehicle. Toyota launches three variants Venza at once, as part of a marketing strategy. 2012 Venza is available with models LE, XLE and Limited grades. LE and XLE models available four-cylinder powertrain combinations, V6, front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD), while the Venza Limited is equipped with a V6 engine, front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive configuration. In this Toyota car there is a system called CAN.

CAN is an abbreviation of the controller area network, which is a communication network which is now widely used in the car, not to mention electric cars around the world. CAN main function is to connect each part or function (control unit) in the car with the controller. The Control unit such as air bags, car doors, car glass (mirrors), audio systems, batteries and recharging systems and others, while the controller is the Engine Control Unit. Another function is as a liaison car with the internet. In some modern cars, there have internet facility where we can access the internet from a car for example for mapping purposes, or for browsing.

The following schematic illustrates the 2012 Toyota Venza Controller Area Network Wiring Diagram:

2012 Toyota Venza Controller Area Network Wiring Diagram

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