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davecullen6

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    avensis T3S
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    2006
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    WestLothian

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  1. That's true, I think a lot of US models have them but not many in UK, apparently the phone works wirelessly, its the audio player and maps that require the USB cable going by what I read
  2. OK I may have fixed it I removed the phone from the cars list of devices and added it again it seems to have worked, fingers xd. Thanks for all help
  3. Thanks the only way it is connecting is by deleting pairing and repairing but it then disconnects again when ignition off. Once my wife finishes her shift in daylight I will try it with her car. Might have to go to 02 shop if it persists
  4. I just want to play music and answer phone as normal via Bluetooth. Will post results with wife's car system
  5. Just weird this has happened after 2 years? tmrw I need to see if it is doing same with wife's car, that would tell if it is phone or car that's the problem. I could use android auto I suppose but cable is a nuisance
  6. Hi, suddenly my Samsung galaxy is refusing to reconnect to my 20.reg Aygo. I have to struggle to get it to pair each time I turn off the ignition. This has never happened before and I am stumped. It works with Android auto but that means connecting it with a USB cable, any help appreciated. Thanks Dave
  7. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/293626944099?epid=10024522106&hash=item445d879a63:g:Um0AAOSw-tBfz~xn Hi If you go onto ebay, type in Toyota avensis yaw sensor, look for the ones from a seller called yaw.car.solutions, he sells guaranteed ones, and if you send him your VIN number he will make sure you get the right one, they are a bit dearer than one from a breaker but he offered to take mine back if it wasn't the fault, it wasn't as it turned out. Apparently a simple fit according to the previous posts Dave
  8. Got a proper Toyota paint and lacquer touch up kit in Kielder green metallic, tiny drop used, just want £2 for postage, can email a pic, file too big to upload
  9. Further to this topic, having just returned from a wee trip up to oban, 270 miles return, I have to say the A/C seems to kick in a lot, you audibly hear it coming on and off with this !Removed! annoying noise. Ok, with radio on, or A/C off it's quiet, but never come across this before, it's really annoying, do I have a fault? Thanks Dave
  10. I find this post interesting, I had K11 Micras as a commuter for years, did around 200k miles in them, and they were a doddle to drive anywhere then after my Avensis failed MOT spectacularly I got the Aygo on the scrappage scheme. There is definitely a knack to smooth take offs etc as per my clutch burning post, I do think it is something to do with the clutch pedal position, so i am trying to master it! Also the A/C kicking in definitely causes a drag effect when accelerating as I found out on my 500 mile trip this week, it is a little city car I suppose, BTW I averaged 55mpg over the trip, motorway, A and B roads, the lot. Dave
  11. Thank Thanks Mike, I must have just been too heavy on the right foot, I did read with interest on another post that the aircon kicking in can produce a slight drag effect when driving, I definitely noticed something like this today coming up the A68 and all its hills as it was very muggy and a/c on most of the time, I must get used to fact it is a little car without a turbo, apart from that, it is great
  12. yes, there are no restrictions, just oor Nicola still threatening to close the border!!
  13. Hi I just wanted to ask about this again as I saw various posts in the past, so my new Aygo and I had a run down to Yorkshire dales this week, (around 500 miles covered), and on two occasions when I found myself having to do a tricky turn/pull out from a spot with poor visibility in these wee back roads, I did pull out sharpish, and maybe slipped the clutch slightly on doing so., but nothing ridiculous. So i was a bit concerned to notice a distinct smell from the clutch, now in my defence I have owned at least two cars in which I covered over 100,000 miles on original clutch plus all my others and never had this happen, so I am wee bit worried about this given there seems to be a history of Aygo clutches failing?? Apart from that, it was fine, I did a few hill starts etc without any further problem, be interested in up to date views on this. Thanks Dave
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