Kineticsteve

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About Kineticsteve

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  • First Name
    Stephen
  • Toyota Model
    Auris Touring Hybrid
  • Toyota Year
    2014
  • Location
    Somerset

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  1. I got them from horizon led. I ordered the Phillips hir2 but they offered me an upgrade to newer ones as the Phillips have been discontinued. Just checked on there website they’ve still not put them up. £125
  2. Hey everyone I’ve put led hir2 bulbs in my 2014 Auris touring hybrid a few weeks ago and not had any problems with people flashing me. The other day I took the car into work to put on the beam setter to see if it would pass an mot and the beam image is spot on. That is a picture of the left and right headlamp. The kick up is ok and the image is the same as the halogen bulbs that would of been fitted as standard. As an mot test myself and looking at the book many times I still can’t see any reason why they should fail.
  3. I’ll have a tomorrow tomorrow morning see with we have a wiring diagram
  4. Well from what everyone is saying maybe I’ll give them another go. To be far tho I’ve not put them on my Auris.
  5. Cc are soft and don’t last as long. Personally I would go for the primacy 4 less road noise. Good in the wet and the heat. Ok not as good in snow but the way I look at it is rather not drive In the level of snow they are good at. Yeah you have grip and stopping power but it’s everyone else that doesn’t have descent tyres driving about that will crash into you.
  6. If you have give me a year, engine type (if not size ) I can see if I can post up a wiring diagram tomorrow
  7. Hi have you tried unplugging everything on the fuse windows, radio, bulbs and disconnecting that starter (tape up the ends) then trying to start? (Obviously it won’t start 🙄) well first replace the fuse just go to start it to see it the fuse blows straight away. If it does start with radio the try unplugging things one at a time leaving them unplugged.
  8. If you still had bonnet open I would wedge window /door use lock out kit to press power button and undo window. If the bonnet was closed if would be a case of going fishing for the keys
  9. No not steel. Disc cutter we cut though that like butter.
  10. Like this have you tried looking for some 2nd ones off a scarp one. ?
  11. Wouldn’t like to say. What I would do is call Toyota ask in parts for a favour give them both the regs to double check
  12. Going to look at making a big plate to go over my CAT. Nice bit of alloy plate. The problems is the cat lock cables can be cut easy once they cut the CAT off, I’ve fitted loads on Merc sprinters I always fit them so you can’t get to the cables to cut them. The problem with Auris and loads of other cars for that matter is it’s easy to get to. If you had a alloy plate cover over it disc cutters take a bit longer to cut alloys and they would have to cut the plate out. Would take to long. That’s my plan
  13. The mot is worse now than it was. The pass criteria Is all over the shop. Just on Friday I was carrying out an mot power steering level was well below minimum, has always been a failure now it’s a minor 🤷🏼‍♂️
  14. Easy mid 50s plus no road tax and more reliable