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  1. ferrispedro

    Mystery plug.

    On inspecting my "new" car 2003 2.0GX I spotted an unplugged connector in the engine bay lose to the battery. I connected it up and nothing seems to have changed. Any ideas?
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    Badly scuffed Gray bumper/cladding.

    I don't know where you got that paint code, I will attach mine. Peter
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    Rav4.2 Windscreen Trim

    2003 Rav 4 2.0 GX. Looking at the car from head on I am missing a small bit of Windscreen Surround on the passenger side bottom right. It is about 5-6 inches long with a curve to match windscreen. Photos to follow.
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    Badly scuffed Gray bumper/cladding.

    When you said Crawfordsburn Road I take it you were referring to North Down Motors, they moved years ago to an industrial Estate on the Comber Road. Colin Adams are usually reliable, they asked me to bring in the log book so as they can try for a match. How is life in the valleys? My son and I drove down to Cardiff in 2015 for the Rugby World Cup game against Argentina (should have stayed at home!) lol. Peter.
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    Badly scuffed Gray bumper/cladding.

    Thank you Cliff, you seem to know the area well. lol
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    Badly scuffed Gray bumper/cladding.

    On my 2003 2.0 GX. Where can I get Gray Bumper paint to re furbish it?
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    Rav4.2 Trim Clips.

    Thanks for the reply, will have a look.
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    Rav4.2 Trim Clips.

    Hello, my first post and I'm looking for help already! I bought a very presentable Rav4.2 for my Daughter and one of the first things I noticed eas the missing circular clips that secure the panel below the windscreen (the panel you have to remove to get at the battery). Can anyone identify them and a source for me? Many thanks, Peter.