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Davrav

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  • Toyota Model Rav4 XTR 2.2 D4D Manual
  • Toyota Year 2008
  • UK/Ireland Location Gloucestershire

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  1. 2.2 2006 Rav4 Bad Starting

    Tell him to drive to the next town/village to get his paper ............................
  2. Help Needed With Wheel Locks Please

    Double post
  3. Help Needed With Wheel Locks Please

    There are various locking wheel nut removal kits available. I'm sure a good local tyre fitters would be able to remove the offending lock nuts - you may well need to prove ownership though. Personally, I would get the old set off and replace with a new set, with 'key' and keep the key safe in the car. I doubt a recovery service would be impressed if you didn't have a key for the locking wheel nuts.
  4. Snow Socks

    Do you have bald tyres? Doubt you would need anything if tyres are in good condition........... Floats might be a good idea if we get what's forecast tomorrow though.
  5. Windscreen

    When was the pollen filter last replaced? If it is clogged, air will not circulate well. You will also be able to check if it is damp - in which case, moisture is getting in. Just have a look at the pollen filter to see if it is clean and dry.
  6. Windscreen

    Is this a recent problem or has it been like this for a while?
  7. Nudge Bar

    'This topic has been moved' Where to and why?
  8. Rav4 Nudge Bar

    Completely different Woody.
  9. Fitting Running Boards

    Thing is Martin, the 'Stylish side steps' instructions show 23kg so I'm guessing the true weight of the standard steps is 9.8Kg each making 19.6kg for the pair. Having fitted them I reckon that is nearer the truth.
  10. Fitting Running Boards

    According to the installation instructions - 9.8kg.........
  11. Fitting Running Boards

    Courier would be much cheaper...................
  12. Leaking!

    Contact Kingo: http://www.toyotaownersclub.com/forums/user/34014-parts-king/
  13. Leaking!

    Are we talking 4.2 or 4.3 RAV Gareth?
  14. Leaking!

    Have you checked the drain holes in the sunroof gutter? If they are blocked water will build up and seep in.
  15. Knocking Noise

    Think I would speak to his local trading standard before alerting the seller - they may already have him 'on the books'. I'd certainly want their advice as to how best to approach the situation. Whatever you do, put everything in writing and send by recorded delivery/signed for method.