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dash

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dash last won the day on June 19 2016

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    iQ2 1.0 silver
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    2009
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    Durham

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  1. Thanks to Talaga (Kuneha), who has been able to provide you some feedback
  2. Does this thread really belong in the Toyota iQ forum !!
  3. You can get Bridgestone Ecopia for less than £40 each (same as original fitment on our iQ)
  4. Mr

    Hi and welcome to the club With light footed town driving you will expect to achieve around 35 - 37mpg (depending on length of journey) This will go up above 45mpg out of town on longer journeys where the engine has had chance to fully warm up
  5. The new system doesn't encourage the purchase of low emission cars. The government have totally screwed things up !!
  6. Out of interest, how much did it cost you, and was it fixed at a Toyota dealership? Thanks Dave
  7. Is the tailgate seal intact? Just wondering if exhaust fumes are getting in the car... Dave
  8. Have a look here ... An iQ called Toya - horn upgrade Dave
  9. Maybe a piece of grit, or metal debris, from the road had got trapped behind one of the pads...
  10. Hi Nick and welcome Are you sure the beep wasn't sounding because a door/tailgate wasn't fully closed? The alarm doesn't detect electronic devices (apart from an iQ transponder key) I trust the spare key wasn't in the suitcase or somewhere in the car? I suggest you try again and check that doors and tailgate are closed properly. Dave
  11. Try here (David - "Tarquin" - can do an exchange unit with upgraded LED, you send him yours and he sends modified one by return post; he's refined it to avoid early failures) Link to Tarquin's work on interior light To remove, you push a round ended blade in from right hand side (between the headlining and light fitting), apply a little pressure and twist at same time to pop the fitting out. Very easy !! Dave
  12. Mpg

    Best wishes to the missus for a good recovery (and glad to hear mpg is going the right way) Dave
  13. Hi Ben and welcome I had this issue. I've now wedged each of the rear seatbelt buckles into the slot just below the quarter light window from where the belt is dispensed Dave
  14. Hi Rami and welcome Before you remove panels... Is it the rear seatbelt buckle rattling against the panel? I had this issue. I've now wedged each of the rear seatbelt buckles into the slot just below the quarter light window from where the belt is dispensed Dave