Nasty

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About Nasty

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  • First Name
    Steven
  • Toyota Model
    Toyota verso
  • Toyota Year
    2010
  • Location
    Other/Non-UK
  1. Hello, i don’t know if many people here like to work on their verso like i do, but i definately want to share my experiences and learn about yours. i bought a standard verso. A really standard one, as i had no choice on that very moment. As i like working on cars i improved my Verso by the following: Cruise control My Verso came without cruise control. Studying the internet learned that many toyota’s came prewired, so i gave it a shot. Just buy a £20 cruise control switch on ebay. Make sure the connecting cable is included. Remove the airbag, drill a hole in the steering column trim. Install the switch and connect the cable and it works. Including the Cruise Control light in the dashboard. foglights No foglights as standard on my Verso. I bought the foglight trim and foglights on ebay, and connected it to the existing wire loom behind the foglights. I bought a different light switch for the steering wheel column , including the front foglight. They can be found on ebay or a car breaker. Wireloom plugs all fit perfectly! But they did not work! Fog light fuse is already installed so that is not the problem. You need to buy a simple relay and install it behind the gearstick trim beneath the radio. It works! Including the front foglight light in the dash. armrest Even a simple armrest was not installed. It’s plug and play. Try to make sure if you buy one, it includes the 12v socket and the ambient light. Your wireloom already has the neccessary plugs and it will work next to come: * heated seats * folding mirrors * leaving home module
  2. You are correct, H&R is the only one that supplies lowering springs for the Verso. I installed them last week. Stance is perfect for me. Not too high anymore like stock, but looks a bit sportier with the 17” alloys
  3. 215-50-17 front: Dunlop Sport Maxx RT2 rear: Dunlop Sport BluResponse Perfect tires with <69dB (silent), A-label wet performance and still a good fuel effencieny. I was blown away that an mpv like the verso still had a pretty good handling. Even better then my Honda Accords! So i’d like to keep/improve that with good tires 🙂
  4. Nasty

    Rear camera

    On ebay are special wire-harnesses for sale to add a universal rear camera to a oem toyota unit. A universal camera only costs £10-£30
  5. I added front foglights to my 2010 toyota verso 1.6 petrol. * added foglights and connected them to the original engine wireloom * added a new steering wheel stalk switch from a model WITH genuine fog lights. when i turn the front ones on, the lights themself don’t turn on. The little green light on the cluster does. i really think it’s the (missing?) fog light relay, as the genuine fog light fuse is already there. where is the fog light relay located? Thank you
  6. Nasty

    Rapid Flashing

    With led indicators just install a Led flasher relay, they are modified for leds. You can find them on ebay for cheap. did the same thing on my 2010 verso, now led indicators all round
  7. On my 2010 verso, it’s on the lhd side (steering wheel side). Put your head beneath the dash and it’s on your left. Closed with a black lid.