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andyw114

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  1. On the UK car the alarm control unit is under the dash, just to the right hand side of the steering column. Its easy to get to. I have not had to deal with key coding or the immobiliser, so i can't help there. Andy.
  2. ^^^ This is correct. I had to disconnect my alarm until i sorted the issues as it kept going off at night. The immobiliser light continued to work while the alarm was disconnected. Andy.
  3. Yes you are correct, also the stability control that really does not bother me much if its there or not. Andy.
  4. Check the door light switch's and the wiring going to them. This might be a issue. I had the same problem on my T Sport. Andy
  5. Thanks for the information. None euro cars are different specs so the pin outs might be different. Andy.
  6. Thank you kennyken. I will study these and see if they can help me. I forgot about trying to get some autodata discs. I will be trying the paid section of Toyotatech to see what i can get there. The only thing that worries me is that it does not recognise the corolla T sport vin number. So if Toyota does not recognise the T sport through a vin number, will my payment to view its technical data be a waste of money? I will pay for a hour's viewing first and see what i can find. Andy.
  7. Can any point me into the direction of a 2002/2004 Corolla T sport wiring diagram or just ecu diagram also the same for the Celica T sport. Both UK models. The Corolla and Celica have slightly different ecu wiring. Andy.
  8. Yes. Same on many forums. It as destroyed good to information.
  9. I am thinking of getting a Apexi power fc for my 2003 Corolla T sport. The only power fc available for our 2zzge engine, is for the Celica T sport. The Celica and Corolla have different ecu pinouts, as far as i know. So i am looking for sources for a plug and play loom for Celica power fc to Corolla loom Also i am after a corolla T sport ecu pinout diagram. I have searched on here but there are many pictures missing on old posts. Thanks Andy.
  10. After a couple of weeks searching, i could not find the answer. 8 hours after posting this question, i found the answer😣 The answer is no. Andy.
  11. Hi Can the AEM f/ic controller, control/adjust lift setting? Thanks, Andy.
  12. I just apply extra wax to the area, just to try and preserve it as long as possible.
  13. Have you or a previous owner been using wheel clean or used a hand car wash, that does not mind where it sprays the wheel cleaner? I have see it before where the acid in the wheel cleaner as caused issues. My blue T-Sport as a few issues above the door on the roof. Not sure what as caused that. Andy.
  14. Cheers Ant. I will have a look at them. Andy.
  15. I can't see those wishbones on the Hardrace site. Where did you get them from? Andy.
  16. Thanks for the information. I can't see any internal sensors. I can't see a boot switch either. I hope to find the problem so i can connect up the alarm again. Its difficult trying to find the installation guide for the Corolla alarm. I can find them for other later Toyota's, but not for what i need. If i had that, then it would help with wire colours and connection plugs, etc. Andy.
  17. I might of sorted the issue. I am just having to wait now to see if the alarm goes off again. I have shuck the car and jumped up and down on the towbar and that as not set it off. After lots of internet time and coming up with nothing, i decided to pull a few panels off. Under the dash, by the foot pedal, behind the little pull open compartment there is a Theft Warning box. I disconnected this and and all seems good so far. Every thing else in the car works. 20 minutes so far and all is good. Thank you for you comment about the insurance. I do totally agree with you but, it was not helpful on a first comment when the alarm is sounding every 10 minutes, and annoying the neighbours. Last thing on my mind at that time was to call up the insurance to tell them that i might be disabling my alarm! Hope the information will be useful to others. Andy
  18. The alarm on my pre facelift Corolla T Sport as just started to go off on its own. After research on here i disconnected the under bonnet switch. 10 minutes later the alarm went off. I went around all the four doors and disconnected the door switches. I found one switch that fell apart and was all corroded. Brilliant, i thought! 20 minutes later the alarm went off again. So all switches are disconnected and there are no internal movement sensors that can cause issues. What to look at next? Is there a fuse to disconnect the alarm? Thanks, Andy.
  19. Thank you for the information. I will watch this build thread with great interest. Andy.
  20. I would be interested in knowing which Mazda wheels are 3kg lighter than the Toyota wheels. Andy.
  21. I very rarely drive the car, as i use motorcycles on a daily basis. The lift is addictive but i don't constantly rag the car. Its never got hotter than normal. The compressor model is a great vehicle and sadly out of my price bracket. :-(
  22. I am only on my second oil change. I change at 5K, with genuine filter. 5K is a over kill really, as i think the recommended change is every 10k. I use what ever fully synthetic is on sale at the time. Shell Helix Ultra Professional 5w30 last time and i think it will be the same this time. The car as just hit 65K.
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