Gonefishin

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About Gonefishin

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  • First Name
    Gon
  • Gender*
    Male
  • Toyota Model
    Verso SR 2-2 litre D4d
  • Toyota Year
    2008
  • Location
    Kent
  • Interests
    Computers & Electronics
  1. Hi Bigvern10, No I never got to the bottom of the problem BUT it has gone away, at least until next time whenever that will be!
  2. Well, last thing before bed last night I tried it again and got nothing. First thing this morning i tried it again and it worked just fine and has continued to function correctly all day in a number of locations including home! Puzzled.
  3. Well, last thing before bed last night I tried it again and got nothing. First thing this morning i tried it again and it worked just fine and has continued to function correctly all day in a number of locations including home! Puzzled.
  4. Thanks Lee, I will try it at work tomorrow and post the outcome good or bad!
  5. Hi all. Advice needed please. Today the remote locking on my 08 Verso decided to be silly and not work at all on either key. Drove to the local T dealer to get new batteries fitted (FOC). On arrival there the remote decided it would work just fine so I locked and unlocked the car a half dozen times no problem. However, to be on the safe side I got new batteries in both keys and in the dealers car park they again worked fine and dandy n (sorry about the Forest Gump bit). After the 30min drive home the remote just ignored me and would not respond at all. The door mounted internal central locking button worked OK. Note. The indicators did not flash and the red flashing alarm "activated" light is flashing constantly irrespective of whether the doors are locked or not. The alarm does not sound when I unlock the door with the key. Where do I start looking for the solution please. Where is the sensor fitted,I was told once it is behind the interior mirror mount ,not that holding the key fob within 6 inches of it or anything else causes it to work! Thanks in advance
  6. I lost one a couple of years ago and my eyes are still watering! Not sure it was as much as you have been quoted though. Shop around if at all possible. Please note that the replacement key needs to be programmed to work on your car so there will be about 15mins of work shop time at silly money.
  7. Hi all. My 08 plate verso has condensation inside the clear outer cover of the O/S rear light cluster.Please can someone guide me to removing this outer and re sealing it. Thanks ps. I am assuming that the light assembly is a 2 part effort with the all the lights in a sealed? unit that is then covered by a further clear "glass" which is the outer surface that we see from the outside of the car.
  8. Looks good and is well priced. Where the heck would I look in order to fit one?
  9. How much did the replacement injectors cost? Just shy of £2300. Thank goodness for the extended warranty!
  10. Thanks Uncle Buck, I had to ask just in case I was being a numpty
  11. I do a lot of leisure activity out of the boot of my 08 SR.and 1 Would like to be able to park up, remove the key and still be able to listen to the radio. 2 Lock the side doors whilst having the boot open without having to perform contorsionist tricks like reaching in and rolling the individual internal door lock "buttons " . Thanks
  12. I've never heard my indicator warning beeper from new. Unless I remember to cancel them Wife has to tell me that I've left the indicators on
  13. What are these Side Deflectors please?
  14. Driving to the instantaneoud MPG computer, for the first 2 years of its life my 08 SR rdid a daily commute of 100 mixed motorway and side road rat run miles and returned a true 52 mpg tank to tank, whilst registering 60+ on the computer. No saintly driving, only a light right foot, sensible gear changes and 5th gear up to 50mph. I actually pocketed £100 per month over and above the company MPG / expenses allowance!! No point in sprinting to the next hold up is there