Avensisitis33

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About Avensisitis33

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  • First Name
    Colin
  • Gender*
    Male
  • Toyota Model
    AVENSIS 2004 t-spirit Estate , 1998, petrol
  • Toyota Year
    2004
  • Location
    ---------Ireland-----------
  • Interests
    Classic Cars
    General Automotive
    Car Restoration
  1. That's really great , thanks , great to have all the part numbers
  2. Magnatec 5W 30 A1 is the one specified in halfords specifically for fords but also for toyotas and it's on special offer in halfords and more expensive anywhere else I checked .
  3. Mintex , ok , thanks , will price them this week , hopefully handbrake pads are ok , don't really fancy doing them also , tricky job .
  4. Bought the four plugs today for €80 , happy enough with that price , just have to wait for the rain to stop now :)
  5. Thank you , will shop around now , sometimes price does denote quality :) though not always :) Appreciate all the advice
  6. MY ENGINE IS THE 1AZFSE AND I WAS TOLD BY TOYOTA THAT THE PLUGS I NEED ARE NIPPON DENSO SK20BR11 AND THEY ARE €35.10 EACH . I believe in only buying the best and using the best to look after the engine but I'm fairly sure they MUST be cheaper online .
  7. Thanks . Someone mentioned "green stuff" pads on a post before and not sure if they are better , I fitted TOYOTA genuine pads and they seem to be atrocious , very little stopping power .
  8. Thanks for that info . I will ring Toyota tomorrow , give them my chassis number and find out exactly which engine I have . Then I can get the correct plugs .
  9. Yes I saw them locally here in Dublin for sale for around €25 . I'm sure a genuine Toyota price would be about twice if not treble that .
  10. AVENSIS 2.0 petrol BRAKE PADS 2003-2009. Need brake pads but need advice as to the best ones and make available Any advice appreciated Thanks
  11. AVENSIS 2.0 litre petrol ( manual ) PLUGS Need to buy a set of plugs , anyone know which are the best type , I have seen ones with one , three , and four electrodes , so I'm a little confused what to buy . The iridium ones being the most expensive and maybe the best . If anyone can tell me the exact type and make and model number I will buy them but need advice :) Thanks
  12. Ha ha ha , thanks , I will keep the one hour download as an option when I simply can't find the correct info . If you have the link to that £3 an hour data site I would be truly grateful . Thanks all
  13. Because these little plastic rivets that hold the wheel arch in place I do call it expensive to pay ( I'm living in Dublin ) over €6 for 6 tiny plastic pieces :)
  14. Warning , don't FULL lock , please , try as I do ti do gently planned turning as when it does rip it off EVERYONE will be looking at you and it will be embarrassing in the financial sense also :)