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    john
  • Toyota Model
    auris
  • Toyota Year
    2010
  • Location
    Essex

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  1. Thanks.No,never saw that plate. But are you saying that I can get a new key regardless? Does that (lost) plate just speed up the process somehow?
  2. I have 2 keys .One is the main key and the other just opens the door. I want to get a second main key but cannot find the "key number plate" which the manual tells me I need for this purpose. What can I do? Does the Vehicle identification Number allow me to get a new key made? Is it cheaper to get this done through a Toyota dealer or can any garage do it? Can I even order a blank key and programme it myself? (can that be risky?)
  3. Aside from that thread ,I have noticed quite a lot of dampness in the boot and hope that thoroughly drying out the car will obviate any need to open up the steering wheel. I figure that any dampness in the air will make any corrosion more likely to cause a problem.
  4. Think I have found a thread that deals with this problem https://www.toyotaownersclub.com/forums/topic/156428-toyota-auris-indicator-problem/?tab=comments#comment-1317138 As usual ,good news and bad😩
  5. When I move the indicator lever it "sticks". ie the dashboard (and the actual) indicator lights don't flash. With a little gentle pressure ,they do ,but this is unsafe as it takes my eye off the road. Is there any way I can fix this or is it a garage job? Might I even need a new lever?
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