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  2. Stevie J

    Yaris tail lights issue

    I had this issue with the front sidelights on my 06 Mk2 Yaris, and it was the bulb holders that were making bad contacts on the small wedge push in 5w bulbs. The bulb would work if wiggled about in the holder, but not stay alight. I bent the contacts in the holder inwards with a small screwdriver, and the bulbs have worked since then. The rear lights I think use the same holders and 5w small push in bulbs, so maybe try wiggling the bulbs in their holders to see if there is a bad connection. Its unusual for both bulbs to stop working and for the bulbs to be good though, usually one side goes faulty first, but it may be that one side did go faulty without you knowing, and now the other side has done the same.
  3. Bob110023

    Auris Dash Cam Wiring

    I think you will find your fuses behind the glove box. Very easy to get at.
  4. Hi, I have a 2009 plate auris with about 48,000 on the clock. It went to flashing N in a traffic queue and would not move. Had to get towed. The toytat repair place in Haynes say new clutch, new flyweel and new acuators, £2200. This is possibly not economic. What is the suggested course of action? It has previously appeared to drop out of gear on other occasions, somtimes with the flashing N, other times not.
  5. Has anyone found a solution to this issue??? No MIL light showing, No Error codes stored. I am thinking this might be something mechanical like the vacuum pump causing the issue as this along with the vacuum regulating valve part number 25819-27040 regulate the variable veins on the turbo.
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  7. FROSTYBALLS

    Auris Dash Cam Wiring

    If one downloads the full owners manual from https://www.toyota.co.uk/tme#/my-toyota/eManual the location of the fuses should be detailed in the manual.
  8. Claypole

    New Aygo Coming!

    I've got the owner's manual now, cheers.
  9. FROSTYBALLS

    EPB problem -Again!!!!

    The standard Toyota new car warranty is three years/100,000km. For cars sold by Toyota GB in the UK, Toyota GB provided the two year/40,000 mile new car warranty extension, which is administered by Toyota GB. I would imagine that as you have effectively exported the car to Ireland, the new car warranty reverts to the standard Toyota new car warranty.
  10. David Lu

    Auris Dash Cam Wiring

    Thanks, I will look again at the assembly. Regarding a piggyback into a fuse, admittedly the Nextbase - recommended solution, all the fuses on my Auris hybrid model seem to be in the engine bay. I would need to run the wire through the bulkhead (and parallel with the wiring loom), which I would be concerned could easily get damaged.
  11. Nantglyn

    4.3 Toyota Cruise Control Retro-Fit

    Can confirm works on 2006 XT4 auto. Simple install, cutout a bit fiddly, used a hole saw eventually, worked a treat. Stalk came with cable and screws. Uncanny that everything is just already there.
  12. FROSTYBALLS

    Which Brake Fluid to use

    Gave the info from the owners manual earlier
  13. FROSTYBALLS

    New Aygo Coming!

    No - new cars only come with an abbreviated owners manual. One can download the full owners manual from https://www.toyota.co.uk/tme#/my-toyota/eManual Do a generic search rather than input the VIN
  14. FROSTYBALLS

    Sum it up in 3 words

    Pleasant enough afternoon
  15. FROSTYBALLS

    Hello all

    Hello Han - welcome to Toyota Owners Club.
  16. furtula

    Which Brake Fluid to use

    Check owners manual, should be listed in there. I'd go with dot4.
  17. Claypole

    New Aygo Coming!

    Thanks for the replies, I'm looking forward to driving it in manual, hopefully my misses will like it in auto. There seems to be a lot of technology packed into new cars these days, would it be a bit sad and geeky to download the driver's manual and do my homework before we get the car?
  18. Mr lei

    Hello all

    i have brought my first Toyota 3 months ago and the engine light has been on/off but does not affect the performance :) love the car
  19. M3Lad

    Carina E keeps cutting out

    I meant,driving around the first 10 miles or so it’s fine,after that it starts to shudder and engine cuts off. I’ve checked the air filter which looks clean and have just bought a new exhaust cat. Old cat could be blocked by years of gasses so I’m hoping the new cat will fix the problem
  20. TP49

    Sum it up in 3 words

    Nice all day
  21. TP49

    Three Word Story...

    Nought to sixty
  22. PaulinhoT

    Carina E keeps cutting out

    When it runs for 10 mins, how does it run ?
  23. Devon Aygo

    Corolla Verso 2003 query

    Car was built on the 4th December 2003, it did not have Cruise control and Timing belts are readily available from Toyota part # 13568-29035. Cruise control may be difficult as it was not an option on the MK1 Corolla Verso
  24. Heidfirst

    EPB problem -Again!!!!

    ask the question to Toyota UK. https://www.toyota.co.uk/contact-us/ or if that doesn't work cr@toyota.co.uk
  25. Sean B

    EPB problem -Again!!!!

    Tried that. It has a 5 year warranty from Toyota.I rang the dealership in Ayr,where I bought it last year and the head of servicing etc. reckoned because it is now technically an Irish car the warranty won't extend that extra two years over the normal Toyota 3 year warranty. You would think that the warranty was a Europe wide one wouldn't you but apparently Toyota only do a 3 year Europe wide warranty and the 5 year one my car has only applies to the UK. Having said that that is just his opinion on it.I haven't actually rang any dealers in N.Ireland to check.I'll wait to see what the issue actually is first and if it's a major fix then i'll ring a dealer in N. Ireland and see.It's only a two hour drive from Dublin too!.The other point he made was that there was never a re-call (or whatever that secret notice is they put out to dealers) put out on the EPB. I'm at the mercy of the Gods - say a prayer for me :) Maybe it isn't a big job.I won't know until tomorrow.Keep you posted.Thanks Scott
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