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yaap

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    yaris 1.0 16v vvt-i
  1. I am very fond of Sinus Live. They might not be the best, but you get outstanding value for money, and their aftersales-service is tremendous !!!
  2. I found a y-cable at a local Toyota-dealer, here in the Netherlands, but they ask 35 euro's for it (about 23 quid), which is far too steep for me. Possible solution: Please have a look at the following picture: I'll translate it for you: Upper right text: Connector of CD-player TF0411 Lower left text : Original Connectors on the K7-car radio. You can see that the female connector in which you want to put the male connector from the TF0411 is already taken. But the connector only carries 2 wires. According to DPM on this forum in Topic: Yaris Compatible Cd-players the 2 wires only bring a signal to the display and can be easily connected in parallel to the wire loom from the CD-player TF0411. Only problem is that the wire loom, coming from the CD player, is far too short. Myself, I am planning to try and lengthen it by splitting it and insert wire by means of soldering.