Registered Member
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

8 Neutral

About JarnoSe

  • Rank
    Club Member

Profile Information

  • First Name
  • Gender*
  • Toyota Model
  • Toyota Year
  • Location

Recent Profile Visitors

1,897 profile views
  1. I got the notification when oil level was too high because of dpf problems on my old 2011 1.4 D4D Auris.
  2. No, you would also need the rest of the loom under the bumper, control unit, speaker and cut-off switch. You can look the part numbers from japan-parts.eu, and with your own frame number you can see if they should be there or not.
  3. The wires are there even if the car never had the sensors. They used the same wiring loom for every car.
  4. I think it's for rear parking sensors.
  5. Find the pinout of the radio connectors, pins that fit the correct connector, and stick the wires to the correct places.
  6. Search ebay.de for fussmatten. There is several shops who sell tailor made mats. Easier to find lhd mats from Germany.
  7. D4D covers pretty many motor types. CD, ND, AD, KD etc. D4D is just Toyota's name for common rail direct fuel injection, it's not a specific motor type.
  8. I had to replace dpf on mine at approximately 150tkm. Price for the dpf itself was somewhere between 400-500e.
  9. DPF doesn't lower the co2 -emissions, but burning the soot in the filter consums diesel, so emissions will be higher.
  10. There's language option in the setup menu. I got my t&g second hand from ebay, and changed the language to finnish from the menu.
  11. I wired my mic directly to the radio.
  12. In my mk1 Auris lights on the switches etc goes on when I turn the headlights on.
  13. No, can't be done. Buy an Android HU if you wan't another nav software, but you can't change the one on the factory unit. It's very tightly locked system.
  14. No, it's not simple job. You need the computer box controlling the ac, temperature sensors, wiring harness etc etc. Even the heater/ac unit is different on the auto and manual versions.