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  1. 2 points
    That to me is totally unacceptable from the dealer and Toyota Greece. Who did you contact at Toyota Greece...... go higher up the management chain...... to a high level. Dont ask if 4mm is acceptable.....TELL them it is NOT acceptable
  2. 1 point
    See https://blog.toyota.co.uk/toyota-corolla-gr-sport-and-trek-models-to-debut-in-geneva
  3. 1 point
    Definitely, or if something else that’s better comes along. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 1 point
    I have already contact TOYOTA Greece and the answer is that the gap betwwen 3-4mm is inside the manufacturer specs !!!!
  5. 1 point
    I would have thought that a dealer actually saying 'assembly problem' is a round about way of admitting it is a problem. 4mm is a pretty big gap. If this really bothers you then I would contact Toyota in your country and send them a copy of the image and the dealers response.
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    Yes Its well known now that with ever more powerful lights like HIDS we all get dazzled now I dont understand why it is legal when in the old days u get nicked for too bright lights ...
  7. 1 point
    I did same just spray all the bushes you can find and the bush on top of shock when you lift bonnet with silicone grease sorted mine
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    We order every inflator/air bag to chassis number, if we let you know it is in and you fail to turn up for the appointment, we only hold the parts for a short time after and then allocate that part to somebody else, (for people in for service for instance) this is probably why your dealer had an airbag available
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    Hi, It was indeed the same problem. This is what I found after removing the air filter box: No gear position sensor as far as the eye can see! After some searching I found it a bit further to the left and down, below the grey cable: (you can see the attachment point lit up in the bottom part of the picture). After reconnecting it the error vanished and everyone is happy :)
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    New video is up today, thank you for watching.
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    I fitted a new steering wheel the other day, so here's a little video about me bolting it on. Thanks for everyone that takes a look at my videos, many thanks.
  12. 1 point
    Let me start by saying a big 'thank you' to Suzuki! Nine months ago I took delivery of a Suzuki Vitara and in that nine months it's been back in the workshop nine times (it's in there now and has been for the last two weeks). Anyway I got so fed up with the hassle that I decided to get a new car. I live in the High Lands of Scotland and I need a car that isn't going to break down all the time. Anyway I ended up in a Toyota dealership and taking a C-HR for a test drive. I fell in love with it straight away and have ordered a new one, which I get on the 1st March. The dealer has kindly loaned me one until mine arrives and in the last few days I've come to love the car. It's just so comfortable, easy to drive and does amazing M.P.G. My grand daughter calls it a 'teddy car' because the back lights stick out like a teddies ears! If my last car hadn't been so rubbish I would never have found this amazing vehicle. I just hope that you other guys who own these cars feel as I do about them? Ian
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    If the sensor's gone, only resetting the ECU won't cut it. Even if the warning light goes off for a while, eventually it will be back on when the O2 sensors sends funny info to the ECU. You would need to get the sensor replaced. Looks like this and is situated somewhere along the exhaust


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