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    Dave
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  • Toyota Model
    iQ2 1.0 silver
  • Toyota Year
    2009
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    Durham

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  1. Hi Louise and welcome to the forum. From what I've read you have to access this from underneath the car. A previous poster attached 3 inches of garden hose to the plastic overflow spout to resolve the issue. I can't say exactly where the spout is located, but it should hopefully become obvious when you look from under the car (it will be protruding through the bulkhead).
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    Which Model IQ?

    Stay away from Pearl White. Lots of issues with peeling paint on this particular colour.
  3. Are you sure about €720? That seems excessive. The UK dealer price is €110 maximum.
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    Key fob not working

    Does the fob unlock/lock the car using the buttons? Is the fob next to a mobile phone in your pocket?
  5. Hi Nick Thanks for running those tests. Not too big a problem really; once vol is set where required (for phone calls), it generally stays there. Dave
  6. Hi Nick Unfortunately changing that setting has made no difference. I must still use the buttons on the bluetooth interface to change volume. Dave
  7. Another thought... If, when your iQ had been kept in a garage, it was left unlocked, then there would have been no battery drain.
  8. The iQ battery is small capacity compared with most cars and is susceptible to drainage if the car is left for unused for some time (the keyless ignition transceiver is constantly 'looking' for the key and consequently slowly drains the battery). I find I need to trickle charge ours every couple of weeks (mainly in winter when the engine oil is thicker) if we haven't done a 15 minute (5 mile) journey in the interim to 'top up' the battery (this is a second car and it does less than 2000 miles per year). 6 years ago the battery failed when one of the anodes collapsed (possibly a consequence of all those short journeys of 2 miles). New battery has been ok since we've been more careful with maintaining its charge.
  9. Hi and welcome to the forum. I've also got the factory fitted bluetooth kit. I don't recall ever being able to adjust volume with the steering wheel button. I use the up/down buttons on the bluetooth interface. Let me know if you find a setting.
  10. Hi Mark Looks good. Do you have to push hard to operate or just a touch? Dave
  11. If it's a wheel bearing, it won't be affected by engine revs. Wheel bearing vibration will be related to road speed (mph). Also, if you press the clutch pedal while the vibration is present does it stop? If it's a wheel bearing the vibration will still be there.
  12. Mine's the same, so I would suggest this is normal.
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    Car mat clips!

    I bought a pack of 4 of these a while back. Part No. on the pack is PZ410-I0350-02 (the character after the first dash looks like a capital 'i' not the number 1; all the '0's look like zeros)
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    IQ3 1.33 Coolant

    The green coolant temperature light comes on and stays lit until the engine has warmed up. This is normal and it will stay on for the first couple of miles.
  15. Have a look here... Luggage area