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  1. Sorry - it was a passenger who adjusted them and I never attempted it (that was about 11 years ago and I think she moved to Dubai)
  2. I used to have a 2006 5 door and it sounds like your controls have been set to send all the sound to the front
  3. the link seems to be working but you could search for this 16pin Mini VCI Toyota Lexus TIS TechStream OBD2 Diagnostic Interface Scanner
  4. If my old Aygo wouldn't start the problem could usually be solved by turning the key until the dashboard lights came on and waiting a few seconds before turning to start
  5. I'm no expert but I think the problem is caused be a loose connection under the seat, The link below may help - it even includes a pdf of the airbag wiring. The airbag warning light was flashing on my 2006 and a garage which was working on unrelated issues phoned me to check before correcting the airbag warning light issue without charging for doing so hopefully it is not too difficult to sort. Best of luck with that!
  6. My 2006 had reversing sensors and, if rainwater had settled on the sensors while the car was parked, the sensors would get a bit over excited I went into reverse - there would be a lot of beeps.
  7. Mine is an Excite and I often plug in a USB stick and have no problem playing music stored on it
  8. I don't know if posting links is permitted but, if it is, I hopw this helps: https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1DSGP_enGB648GB649&sxsrf=ALeKk03oloiRlWzSAteEEK1g-SlP9spV9A:1599915842078&source=univ&tbm=isch&q=mk1+Aygo+wiring+diagram&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjy3b_71uPrAhVReMAKHW5NA74QsAR6BAgJEAE&biw=1024&bih=705
  9. I had an email for a roadside rescue company which included "If you're not driving during the coronavirus crisis don't forget to start your car and leave it running for 20 minutes every week." I had not driven for 6 weeks and was pleased when my car started first time - and I left it running for 20 minutes. Is anyone else doing this? (strange I have stopped receiving emails re this forum and I haven't changed the settings (unless in error) and I have checked my junk mail)
  10. I was hoping you would have had a reply by now. The only thing which I can offer is, whenever my 2006 Aygo failed to start, I'd turn the ignition key until the dashboard lights came on and wait a few seconds (maybe 5) before starting the engine. Best of luck to you
  11. I don't think I've reversed into anything but, if that's all it is, great. I have had a look and couldn't spot anything which had come undone - I'm far from an expert but will have another look tomorrow. Thanks
  12. Even I can see that doesn't look right
  13. When turning left I noticed a noise from the rear left - like a 'rubbing' noise. I am guessing they won't do much at my local Toyota Dealer on a Sunday but I might drop in
  14. one thing which used to work for me whenever there was a starting problem with my 2006 Aygo was to turn the ignition key until the dashboard lights were illuminated then wait a few seconds before turning to start the engiine
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