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I was driving along the motorway on Thursday and after about 60 miles or so, I heard a loud screeching type of noise coming from the passenger side of the car. I have a 2010 Auris 1.33. I was doing about 70mph, and when I slowed down to about 60mph the noise stopped. After about 10 miles or so the noise stopped completely. I kept it to about 60mph for the rest of the journey and I heard nothing more. We're on holiday in West Wales and I have done another 40 miles since the noise, but have still heard nothing more, and believe me when I say that I'm listening out for it! OK I haven't gone much over 50 given the roads I've been driving on.
I have looked under the car and checked the suspension as much as I could (if anything, some of the roads around West Wales are testing it for me!). I can only think that some element of the braking system could be sticking, but why does it only become apparent at high speed?
Any thoughts or suggestions would be welcome.
2007 corolla stereo/clock issue?
Hello, I'm Gedas and I'm new here :)
Just bought my corolla few months ago with 165k km on tacho.
It's a 1.6 3-door hatch, but i've been bugged by this one thing..
I noticed that there is no clock and temperature displayed in my stereo system, but in the manual it says it should be.
My stereo number is W58814.
I checked the fuse for clock and cig, but its alright, cig slot works.
The separate clock display works, and temperature is displayed correctly
Is it a function that might not be included in some toyotas?
Is it a setting problem maybe?
Anyone else had similar issues?
Toyota yaris rear wheel bearing replacement cost
Took my car (Toyota Yaris 1.2 2008) to a Toyota garage for its MOT, engineer failed it as the rear wheel bearings, on one side, need replacing.
They quoted me £500.
£225 parts + 2.5 hours labour + vat
£500 sounds a bit on the high side, doesn't it to you?
Is it normal or something wrong with my car?
Last week I bought myself a Toyota Corolla 1.6 SR on a 56plate.
Now I have never driven a petrol before but sometimes when I start the car up(cold start) the car revs up to 2k rpm for like a few minutes and then it won't do it again.
The other thing is when I sit in traffic and the car is in neutral, at times I can feel the car vibrating (for a few moments), it feels like it wants to stall but it won't. I believe the revs drop just to under 1k rpm at that moment.
Is it normal? or not?
thanks in advance for your help
My MK1 Aygo 2012 Modified, List of Mods in Thread
Getting a few photo shoots soon so more professional ones will be added to this thread + any new mods I get, ill try my best to keep it up to date :P
Mods listed below,
ü Team Dynamic Jet 15” Alloy Wheels.
ü Custom made Team Dynamics Center Cap Badges
ü KW Coilovers.
ü Wiper Delete (Rear wiper removed).
ü HEKO Tinted Wind Deflectors.
ü Custom Twin Exhaust Tips.
ü Custom Pressed Plates.
ü Bosch White Xenon Headlights.
ü White LED Side Lights.
ü Factory Tinted Windows (Rear Windscreen and Back Two).
ü Gloss Carbon Fiber Wing Mirror Caps (Upcoming).
ü Gloss Carbon Fiber Door Pillars (Upcoming).
ü Small discrete Aerial (Bad for reception but looks much neater).
ü Red painted Break Callipers (Currently Blue) (Upcoming).
ü K&N Air Filter Element.
ü TMC Motorsport Autoflash (+8-10ps) :P
ü Single Din Flip Out DVD Player/Radio/SatNav/Freeview TV etc (Xtrons 7”).
ü Edge Speakers and Tweeters on Rear Parcel Shelf.
ü Genuine Leather TRD Gear Knob.
ü Custom Genuine Leather Gear Gaitor with Red Stitching .
ü Maybe a underseat sub (Upcoming).
ü Tailor Made Armster Arm Rest.
ü Carbon Fiber Air Vent Surrounds.
I'm happy to answer any questions