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  1. Bit of progress on sourcing parts today! I was able to buy the lights assembly from this webshop: http://toyotaoriginal.com/ Their web page isn't exactly fancy, but they were pretty quick on keeping their promises and the part arrived just fine and in no time at all. So that looks like the trickies part sourced, now waiting for some more to arrive from https://www.amayama.com/en After that, thing will have to be put on hold for a little while, while cash flow improves.
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  2. Hi everyone I'm a new member from sunny Scotland ,,this is my first club recently bought a Toyota Corolla verso t2 vvti 2003 been a nice family car so far and thought joining the club would make things a lot easier if I have trouble when repairs need done also to give advice to the best of my knowledge maybe some assistance if near by, Thanks
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  3. given where he is I'll take a Fleming's Steak & Gravy Pie or maybe a Bridie. Welcome to the forum, Jimmy.
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  4. Could the fuel consumption have been affected by the high winds prevalent throughout the UK today - we had gusts of up to 65mph
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  5. Can some one tell me how to delete songs from HDD prius 2007 ? and it's with japanese language, so that i can't understand that. please can some one help me using screen shots ? ?? i'm in a big trouble
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  6. Using the iPod & USB on the B9017 Unit iPod I tried a Generation 5 (Apple Video iPod 30GB) and a Generation 6 (iPod Classic 80GB) on the Interface. Both Devices acted in the same way, so there seems to be no difference in that respect The iPod connected without issues on every attempt. As is normal with this type of connection, the display reverts to a message like "connected" and the iPod controls themselves are disabled, so there is no value in having the iPod visible. I have not tried an iPhone on the unit yet, but will do so with a iPhone 3GS this evening. The sound quality was good. And this is where the positives tend to end now :o As with previous generations of add-on iPod interfaces, the only selection of music is first by Playlist - From the Head Display, you can select only the first six, from the Steering Wheel control you can cycle up past 6. It seems once the playlists are exhausted by using the "UP" on the steering wheel , it goes into Album name and you then cycle up those in alphabetical order - Not that great if you fancy a bit of "ZZ Tops Greatest Hits" Once in a Playlist or Album, you can do a direct Track Selection same as on the CD or HDD, which is good. In the screen shot above the "Disc" is actually a Playlist Name I tried for comparison playing an MP3 encoded CD and that worked great! You can select any folder in the CD by direct selection and any track in that folder by direct selection. Why the iPod interface - which appears as CDs in a changer effectively - cannot have the same level of control as is provided for an MP3 CD I do not understand and to be honest I see as an indication of laziness and lack of effort by the developers of this product, especially considering that out there in the marketplace are both aftermarket Head Units (I had a Kenwood as an example) and OEM Head Units (I had the Nissan Connect as an example) that had full iPod and USB Memory Stick Control when it came to audio track control and at a far lower price then the Toyota Solution. The only reason I can see to have this iPod Adapter unit installed is if you want to play something that cannot be supported directly on the Head Unit as it stands - and the only example I can think of (and actually the reason why I looked at fitting this initially) - are Spoken Books in AAC format, which I have from Audible. Having said that, you could, if you have an iPhone or iPod touch connect via bluetooth, or connect via the headphone jack anyway; Also, I think the Audible books can be downloaded in MP3 format anyway (been a while since I was an Audible member) so the reasons for having the adapter diminishes further. Conclusion: Ease of Installation of Kit - 8/10 (not easy finding the good place for the controller box due to the limited length of supplied cables) Quality of Implementation and Integration - 2/10 (not sure if I am being a little generous!) Would I buy again? Not a chance.
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