Adam-Up

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About Adam-Up

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  • First Name
    Adam
  • Gender*
    Male
  • Toyota Model
    Rolla T-Sport
  • Toyota Year
    2005
  • Location
    BlaenauGwent
  1. You don't help yourself do you? nobody is going to want to help you with the attitude you have. You can't stop anyone from posting.
  2. Hi If your not afraid to take things apart and are good with your hands you can do it, if you have any doubt though take it to a garage. You'll have to remove the drivers door card to change the seal as it goes into the door as it's the runner for the window. Yes you can get a replacement seal from parts king. Here's a guide on how to take the door card off, Door card removal. Once off you'll need to remove the foam padding to get to the window. Secure the window from dropping by wedging some cardboard inbetween the door and window glass. Im not sure on a corolla cause I haven't stripped a door down on one yet, but usually the window will be held in place by some plastic pegs that go through the bottom of the window. You'll need to get these out be very carefull not the break the glass! Once you've removed the pegs feed the window back up through and out of the door and set aside safely. Remove and replace the new window seal. Re-fit in reverse order making sure everything still works, the window goes up and down and seats as it should before putting it all back together!.
  3. Adam-Up

    Heating Controls

    As nrgizer says it's the resistor pack thats gone, not sure on a corolla but you'll normally find it in the ducting by the blower motor somewhere.
  4. Adam-Up

    Radio Seek

    I think the problem is either the stereo it's self or there's a break in the connection from the aerial to the stereo. I would try pulling the stereo out, checking the aerial connection at the stereo and the connector plug of the aerial it's self. Try wriggling the connection whilst trying to pick up a station. Also I would try using a length of copper wire as an aerial off the connection on the roof and to the back of the stereo just to rule out an aerial problem.
  5. Lol i'v posted this in the wrong thread.
  6. I think the problem is either the stereo it's self or there's a break in the connection from the aerial to the stereo. I would try pulling the stereo out, checking the aerial connection at the stereo and the connector plug of the aerial it's self. Try wriggling the connection whilst trying to pick up a station. Also I would try using a length of copper wire as an aerial off the connection on the roof and to the back of the stereo just to rule out an aerial problem.
  7. I think the problem is either the stereo it's self or there's a break in the connection from the aerial to the stereo. I would try pulling the stereo out, checking the aerial connection at the stereo and the connector plug of the aerial it's self. Try wriggling the connection whilst trying to pick up a station. Also I would try using a length of copper wire as an aerial off the connection on the roof and to the back of the stereo just to rule out an aerial problem.
  8. Trouble with trying beakers is that they want to sell a door complete. Plus with seals IMO its better to go brand new, no chance of it being deformed or perished.
  9. Ye it goes round the window frame and into the door it's the window runner rubber.
  10. I have the same issue as you... you can get one new from toyota for about £69.
  11. Chri5t they are cheap, could be worth a punt for that price. 20mm lower on the back aint enough for me though.
  12. Yes mate doesn't matter if your stationary or not... Gearbox bearing is the cause. I'm wondering if I have a similar problem. My T Sport makes a sort of rattling growl noise sometimes when I pull away in first. It doesn't happen all the time, depends how well I blend in the clutch LOL!!! There's not really any vibration through the clutch pedal though. Would you think that it's also this bearing? And when you say "gearbox bearing" is this actually the clutch release bearing? No mate thats a different thing, what I think you may be hearing is noise from the Auxillary belt and tensioner. How many miles has your t sport covered? When I say a gearbox bearing it's not the thrust bearing/clutch release bearing I'm talking about. It's an actual bearing within the gearbox, possible input shaft bearing.
  13. Cheers for that mate! think I might go for a set of these.
  14. Where did you manage to find those springs for £58 mate? cheers
  15. Yes mate doesn't matter if your stationary or not... Gearbox bearing is the cause.