Old Red Celica

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About Old Red Celica

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  • First Name
    Bryan
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    Male
  • Toyota Model
    1983 Avon Celica Convertible, 1985 RA61 Celica Liftback, 2006 TF300 Number 57 called Heinz, 2001 Corolla 1.6vvti SR, 2007 Avensis T180 Est
  • Toyota Year
    1983
  • Location
    Norfolk

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  1. Replied to PM. Username tankslapper is available.
  2. Will there be one in September/October time?
  3. Another update. One of the Air Con pipes leaked and needed replacing, so the garage removed the battery. they had the same issue come up, 5 beeps and the screen opening up. Removed the sat nave disc and put it back in, Sat nav would not boot up, so back to main agents. they had some kind of master boot up disc and it's now working fine. They've charged my local garage £50 to insert a disc and a quick text drive.
  4. Further update. I purchased a secondhand unit off EBay for under £200, plugged it in and it works fine. I've listed my old one on Ebay as spares or repair, you never know someone might need the touch screen module or a new screen.
  5. I'd love to go for the Clarion with Added DAB and Reversing camera, but that makes it a £1100 stereo. The £200 secondhand option leaves me with £900 in my account for when I want to upgrade the car. (If and when)
  6. This was the price they quoted from the "External" specialist. The local Car Audio Specialist shop has quoted approx. £800 for a Clarion 7" Sat Nav Stereo, Bluetooth with an option to fit DAB and Reversing camera later, supply and fit with all the adapters etc. Ebay has a secondhand original unit for £188, I might go down this option in the short term.
  7. Well, here's an update. One of the circuits in the head unit has fried/failed. Cost to repair would be £486, cost to replace with new is £3800. So options are find a second hand unit or see if it's possible to fit a double Din Sat-Nav Radio combo.
  8. I took my car to the main dealer. They inform me I failed to carry out the correct shut down procedure when disconnecting the battery. Having looked through the owners manuals provided with the car I see no set out shut down procedure. Can anyone advise me of such a thing or where to find it? Dingles in Attleborough, Norfolk tell me it will cost £60 to have it removed, sent away and have it rebooted.
  9. If it helps anyone, you need to prize away the curved end and slide the insert towards the front or rear of the car (to front for front, etc)
  10. Well, I'm having the same issue. Last week we removed a Parrot Phone kit and now I have the "Contact Dealer" message nothing on the radio/CD/Satnav works and 5 beeps when I remove the ignition key. I tried inserting the Sat nav disc, that did not solve anything. So next plan of action is double check the wiring behind the stereo.
  11. Just buy new, for what they cost not worth trying to save a few quid. Don't forget NEW drop links whilst you're at it.
  12. Hi Welcome to TOC. 140's are meant to be decent cars, giving decent MPG, with good looks. the 190's are meant to the same but with a bit more ooomphh. If you want more power the cheapest way is buy a 190 from the start.
  13. That could be a possible solution. But again I'm not sure.Some of the guys on www celica club co uk would know
  14. Not that I've ever heard of. PS it's not a Mk6 it will be a Gen6
  15. You'll be very lucky to find one. They all tend to rust behind the plastic trim that protects the inlet pipe. One option is wash the tank out, then line it with a liquid tank sealant. http://www.rust.co.uk/0004-tank-re-new-kit/p413137/ Something I might have to do in the future with my RA61's Could a Moderator move this to the Celica section