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Speed_Chaser

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    Auris 1.6 MMT
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  1. Hello my friend!

    I would like to ask you a question.

    If i buy this product

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-Shipping-and-Fast-Delivery-New-Steering-Wheel-Control-Button-switch-For-Toyota-corolla-OEM-84250/32718266469.html?spm=2114.10010108.1000014.8.2QB4ne&scm=1007.13338.47797.0&pvid=40a9d699-c60b-45d1-89ce-88c0cc527360&tpp=1

    it will works on my auris 1.33?

    I' m interesting for the phone control. My audio is W13830.

    Thank you for your answer!!

  2. So it's done. There are "hooks" on both sides of the sensor cover. I "lifted" them a bit with a small flat screwdriver, one side at a time. Finally the cover popped off without damage. I put some black electric tape on the inside, mounted the cover back and lights started to work as I wanted them to. In AUTO mode they turn on every time the engine starts and turn off when engine is off.
  3. Here are colour codes for non-UK model. Left lamp: Yellow - blinker Light blue - fog light (on UK model this one is on the right I guess) Red - reverse Green - parking light Blue - brake Right lamp: Light blue - blinker Red - reverse Green - parking light Blue - brake
  4. I will post on here after I've tried.
  5. Yes thanks that trick seems to work. Was just wondering if it's possible to remove the cap and put some tape on the inside then put the cap back on so that it won't be that noticeable.
  6. Long time since I visited the forum last time. Now some updates: Full dark optics done. Now have smoked side blinkers installed. Tried HKS muffler but did not like it because it's louder and not as classy as my Remus. If someone's interested it's for sale now. Installed darker tints on all front windows, even the windshield. Now they're done with 50% Crystalline instead of 70%. Also have 5% dark stripe on top of my windshield. 50% is really dark compared to 70% as the old one had a blue-ish hue and more of the mirror effect. This one is just dark. But I like it! Installed a new horn set with compressor. The new kit works together with the old horn. Loud and nice!
  7. No it can be left to AUTO as the lights will turn off with the ignition in AUTO mode now even it's dark outside and they are on while driving. To answer my own question the sensor is inside the car close to the windshield air vent. It's the black "button". I found out by covering it during the daytime and the lights came on. During the night I was pointing it with LED torch and the lights went off. So solution seems to be simple, just cover the sensor with something. Could look better and more stealth if I'd be able to remove the cover and put the tape on the inside, then put the cover back on. Anyone know how to remove it without braking anything? Thanks in advance.
  8. No that's not necessary thanks. Yaris is just a second car for some time, still got my Auris and enjoying it!
  9. Hello! Have been mostly on the Auris forum, but now got a 2013 Yaris from France and the positions on the stalk are "OFF", parking lights, ON, AUTO. In AUTO mode the headlights light up when it's dark enough, but in Finland the headlights need to be used all the time. The problem is that it's easy to forget to switch the lights manually on during the sunny day. Is there any way to mod the car in order to make the lights turn on and off with the ignition without the need to do anything? The possible ways to achieve this could be: - make adjustments through onboard computer. Once they adjusted the auto lock delay for the doors on my Auris through this. But they're saying it's not possible the adjust headlight functionality on this Yaris now. - add some sort of wiring kit - play with sensor for headlight AUTO mode. Maybe put some tape on it to make it think it's always dark? This could be the easiest option but I'm not sure if it will work. Also don't know where that sensor is located. Thanks in advance guys!
  10. Here's a video of acceleration with Remus exhaust and custom intake. At the end of the next run police arrived :D
  11. No snow but I'm ready. Pics of the current winter look:
  12. Yes the motors will be just taken off but openings still there. It is compulsory for the headlights on Auris to be adjustable.
  13. No you can pull them out just like bulbs. Just twist a bit and then pull. But not straight, you need to be the end a bit up or down because there is a rail in which the ball joint is slipped. When putting back in make sure the rail is as close as possible to the hole and then slip the ball joint back in and after that push the motor back in place and twist to lock.
  14. Nice install and write up. Glad you got it all sorted out and happy with the result!
  15. Any pics of that sub install please?