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Hi My name is John Leishman and I am the proud owner of a 1996 Toyota Granvia. I have owned the Granvia for sometime now and love it. Being a “ grey import” identifying parts and gaining information on it can sometimes be a challenge.

It is my first Toyota and I am very impressed though my son has had a couple and has lived in Australia highly recommended Toyota.

Any pointers to gaining information on the Granvia for parts etc are most welcome.

Best regards,

 

John.

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Welcome to the forum

Any questions, post them in the relevant forum(s)

Parts wise, try blueprint

https://partsfinder.bilsteingroup.com/en

 

for oem parts numbers, there are sites like

https://www.toyodiy.com/

https://www.megazip.net/

https://7zap.com/en/catalog/cars/

 

If you can find the oem numbers, you can usually find aftermarket parts

 

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Welcome John...nice truck...I have an Estima import (over 5 years now)

I'd second the Blueprint/Bilstein route for parts...and if you get the OEM part numbers then ebay can be a good source.

All you need to ascertain is the Frame number (imports don't have VINs as we know them)..and that will be on a plate somewhere on the vehicle..probably under the bonnet on one of the inner wings...then head to toyodiy or megazip as Bob suggests.

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