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    Jasper
  • Toyota Model
    2021 Yaris hybrid Excel.
  • Toyota Year
    2021
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    West Midlands

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  1. I bought the same cable when experiencing the exact same problem and it worked for me too...👍
  2. Yes a few years back , ex Toyota dealership lads , were very good 👍
  3. I had a very similar experience when I had my Rav 4 serviced by Toyota several years ago and upon collecting my car was told by the receptionist that the air con needed repairing as it didn't work. I informed her that it did indeed work when I'd dropped it off with them. When I got home I took photos of a digital thermometer inside and outside the car to prove that it did work and sent these to the service manager followed by a rather heated phone call. I had a grovelling apology and an offer of a free service next time.
  4. Yep , had to drill holes when I fitted mine..😊
  5. No I didn't disconnect it , I simply removed the nut whilst carefully holding the terminal in place , slipped on the ring terminal and replaced the nut and tightened it...
  6. Hi Russ , I recently fitted the Ctek ring terminal leads to my Yaris and had to lift the seat base to gain access to the battery terminals. It lifts with a very firm 'yank' and I thought I was going to break something when doing it but it was all good. I also had to remove part of the insulation from the positive terminal in order to get to the battery post , this is like a Chinese puzzle but is easy enough after a little head scratching. I then carefully undid each battery terminal and slipped the ring terminal under the nut and tightened it back up. Take great care when doing the positive terminal not to short it out with the spanner though. Then fiddle the plastic insulation piece back over the positive terminal , from memory I had to remove a small piece of it with a Stanley knife so it fit nicely with the ring terminal in place. I then cut a 46mm hole in the black plastic seat base trim to allow access to the charging plug without dismantling the seat to use the charger and purchased a black silicone rubber bung from ebay to fill this hole when not in use. I hope this helps....
  7. I had the reminder in the post..
  8. I've had no notification from Toyota yet regarding this and mine is a 2021 model , it came up on the recall checker too...
  9. I think I'll do the same 👍
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