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Parts-King

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  • Birthday 01/01/1959

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  • First Name Kingo

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  • Toyota Model Auris Hybrid Touring Business Edition
  • Toyota Year 2015
  • UK/Ireland Location Cheshire

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  1. Satnav dvd update for auris

    Hi I have no idea, it will depend on what you have. Check it out at the following link, this is the only "official" place you can buy them http://www.toyota-mapupdates.eu/
  2. Switch Blank / Cover for 2007 Auris

    Hi Ollie, PM me your Reg number and I will check for you Kingo
  3. Timing Belt/Kit For 1998 Toyota Corolla 1.3

    Hi Please send me a PM with your registration number, thanks, Kingo
  4. Lindop Chip

    Yes it will be Bod
  5. Lindop Chip

    Hi Craig Yes we can certainly help you with one of those. Our kit will increase performance to around 180 BHP but more importantly you get around 70 NM extra torque which is significant. If you want any more information, just drop me a private message and I will get back to you Cheers, Kingo
  6. Lindop Chip

    No sadly not sorry :-((
  7. Lindop Chip

    No need to remove it unless you specifically want to, some people like to but your choice
  8. MOT Failure Corroded Breakpipes

    It depends which pipes, the front to rear pipes are common and is quite a big job, I suspect at £55 it will be the two from the flexy hose to the caliper, probably an hours job to fit and bleed the brakes Kingo
  9. Vibrations Over 60mph Sr180

    That would be hard to imagine, I doubt it, im sure you would see considerable wear in the bush for that, and there is not such wear from your initial investigation??
  10. Vibrations Over 60mph Sr180

    Vibrations are always tricky to find, there can be so many places they can start from. Always eliminate the easiest things, swap tyres around, check rack and column UJ's / joints, CV joints etc, it is not common for vibrations to be coming through wishbones and subframes, plus they are normally the most expensive components to change. If you are not careful you could end up throwing a lot of money at it and still find no cure, which im sure you have already thought of Has the car had anything replaced recently? New clutch? anything removed and fitted again? I had a RAV recently that caused problems with a vibration, it ended up with a gearbox change, as it turned out a faulty gearbox bearing, very difficult to find
  11. Is It Possible To Programme A Used Remote Fob

    I dont think you can re-programme a remote fob that has already been programmed to another car. You buy the fob and the key separately. They are £223 but you would need it programmed locally at your dealer. There is very little margin in keys for me, I could shave a bit off the price for you. You need to bite the bullet and sort something because if you lose that key you are up the creek and the paddles are very expensive LOL
  12. Toyota Avensis 2005 Reg, Key Not Working

    The battery in the remote is 3V, as soon as the voltage dips, your remote will not operate properly. Try putting a new battery in it first, they are only £3 odd
  13. Workshop Manual

    It is €3 per hour, for that you can download or print all the information you need, it is the actual factory workshop manual too, so very informative, most people find what they need and save it within an hour
  14. Screen Wash Pump

    Mrs Kingo uses her washers like they were going out of fashion on the Corolla. I always use a ready mixed screenwash in it in the summer, but it is useless when winter arrives, the fluid always freezes at the nozzles, so I use a decent quality concentrated version when winter arrives, we never have a problems with a concentrated version. It can often be bought at supermarkets / Costco / Factors for a decent price
  15. Engine Oil

    The 0w 20 oil is a premium oil, it has much better lubrication and fuel efficiency characteristics, hence that is reflected in the price