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lani100

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    Lani
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    Yaris T-Sport Turbo
  • Toyota Year
    2003
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    Other/NonUK

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  1. Clogged scuttle panel or dirt build up behind the fender liner.
  2. The clips are very easy to make yourself, they are a simple Z shape The side with the hole mounts to the spoiler. And then use either automotive 3M tape or quality sealant in combination with the brackets
  3. TTE has long been shut down, also the Yaris TS turbo doesn't have anything to do with TTE. The partnumber for the turbo is 17201-YW602 they can be rebuilt IHI VF18/19 from Subaru can be used for rebuild.
  4. Go for the Teins, they make the car sit nice and level. Teins have been proven many years ago no too stiff and excellent build quality
  5. Assuming you are from the US? go for a 2zr 1.8 it's a very well documented swap if you google around. In europe we got a Yaris model with this engine so you know it fits 🙂
  6. If bluetooth is all you need a decent single din headunit will do the job. Then all you need is a Toyota Yaris to ISO adapter and you can fit the unit where currently the storage cubby sits, or spend a bit more and get a nicer looking facia frame. Does your model have steeringwheel radio control buttons? if so you will need a special adapter to make that work.
  7. The one linked is wrong pins don't line up to their corresponding functions. I have the correct diagrams here but can't upload them.
  8. Let them soak in a hot bucket with laundry softener works brilliant and will last years!
  9. Best to get a double din for the lower section Double din frame can be bought through Toyota dealer with the exact same, texture, colour and fitment etc. I can find the partnumber if you need it. If you fit a aftermarket system you will lose the existing features of the top screen, temperature, time, mpg etc.
  10. Reliable and cheap to maintain, not much that goes wrong with them. Just check for rust etc. Aux input is possible but you need a module for that or a FM transmitter but even better would be a cheap aftermarket headunit with Bluetooth.
  11. Stock T-sport wheels are 5,5j wide, 195/55 or 195/50 are a common upgrade but 205 are too wide for such a narrow alloy.
  12. Could look into T-Sport bumpers, there are some bumpers out there but most are old school tuning fiberglass crap
  13. Get a proper backbox designed for the car or get something professionally made
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