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  1. Agreed. I can definitely feel it in my car.
  2. Looking at this set of diagrams and looking at the '01959' marking on your rubber bung, it looks like the full part number might be 90950-01959. http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/eu/2010/aygo/kgb10l-agggkw/2_101510_001_302W/body/5701_hole-plug/1 Searching that part number or just '01959 Toyota' on google does give some results on ebay. Hopefully that set of diagrams will help you locate your part.
  3. Glad it's sorted. Hopefully it was just a glitch and with a fully charged battery you won't see the light again! I had the same problem with the power steering warning light once after starting the car several times in short succession, I think the ECUs are quite sensitive to battery voltage.
  4. After a month of sitting, I would take it for a long-ish drive to recharge the battery. The light might clear automatically. After this, if it doesn't clear, disconnect the battery negative terminal for half an hour or so then reconnect. If it still doesn't clear after this, get the code read/cleared and see if it re-occurs.
  5. The thing is, I don't think it's the refrigerant level or the pressure switch because your cooling fan runs and your engine speeds up when you turn on the AC. If you simulate low refrigerant level by disconnecting the pressure switch connector, you'll find that the engine cooling fan does not run and the engine speed stays the same when you turn on the AC. The green light will light up in both cases.
  6. Definitely. If they've just changed some engine/exhaust parts and there's now an engine light that wasn't there before the work, then the only thing to do is to take it back and ask them to have a look. A decent garage should be happy to.
  7. Interestering! I didn't think that the engine would speed up/engine cooling fan would run if the pressure switch was faulty or there was low refrigerant. You could disconnect the pressure switch and see if the engine still speeds up and the fan runs when you switch AC on. If it does, then you could short the two pins on the connector for the pressure switch and see if the mag clutch engages.
  8. My Aygo is a 2010 car with about the same mileage as yours, 110,000. If I fill right to the max mark on the dipstick I have to add oil approx every 1500-2000 miles. Toyota state that the max consumption is 1L/1000km which is about 1L/620 miles. It's on the high side, but I just top it up and forget about it, making sure to check it regularly. I don't have any noticeable smoke from the exhaust though.
  9. You should hear it click when the A/C is switched on, but even then it might not be working properly. Here is the toyota workshop manual test for it (I had to pay for access a little while ago, for a similar issue, but mine is the clutch coil blowing the 7.5A fuse behind speedo): As for getting it out, it should pull out but is probably seized in there.
  10. Hi there, If the green light illuminates, the engine speeds up and the cooling fan operates but there is no power going to the compressor then I would check this relay, it is the A/C mag clutch relay:
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