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  • First Name
    Sponchie
  • Toyota Model
    Toyota Auris
  • Toyota Year
    2010
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    Other/Non-UK

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  1. You can remove that front cover plate and put a new one on if it bothers you too much. You can also find them with chrome strips on them.
  2. The problem with this method is you are most likely to bend the pinch welds. If you know a place underneath the car that is safe to place jack stands on besides the pinch welds let me know.
  3. Do you mean the location that's marked in the red circle , on top of the round opening? Also would that mean that I can only use one jack stand?
  4. Thank you for your reply. There seems to be no visible "chassis leg". Just lots of plastic unfortunately.
  5. What is the best place to put a jack stand on a Auris Hybride 1.8 from 2010? The factory advised jack point in the front of the car is were the carjack goes to lift the car up so can't put a jack stand there. Tried to place the jack stands on the pinch welds on the side of the car (see picture) but those just bend very easily, not sure if that happened because of the jack stands or when trying to lift the car from there using a different car jack instead of the emergency jack that comes with the spare wheel which I think the pinch welds are designed for. I will try again with new car stands wi
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