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  1. The "gasket" is part of the rear bulb holder, part numbers 81555-0H080 & 81565-0H080, see pic
  2. Have you checked for recalls? Here as there was one for possible leak from fuel pump
  3. Looking at your pics you don't appear to have the GPS module ( see ) without this there is no Nav, Bluetooth is integrated in the head unit, it sounds like the head unit is looking for a previous paring have a look at the owners manual and see if you can get a new phone paired ( head unit manual )
  4. Its not pre wired see:
  5. P0400 Relates to Exhaust gas flow and indicates a restriction/blockage in the EGR system which is more than just an EGR valve especially on the 180 engines. if the main valve 25620 is clean and moving freely, the intake manifold is clean then there is likely a blockage further up the EGR pipe work, see picture attached there is another valve 25630 however the likely point of blockage is the EGR cooler ( a water/air cooler ) which is buried under the Turbo at the back of the cylinder head
  6. What is the fault code as there are issues especially gunk in the fuel/tank/lines that the car detects as a faulty fuel pump?
  7. The "two white lines" denote the injectors are phase ll type injectors to accept these new injectors your engine ECU needs updating with minimum software version 305B4000 or higher & then the "injector learnt values" need to be reset
  8. Are you looking for uprated or standard shocks as genuine Toyota shocks are reasonably priced £47 ea
  9. Part # PW156-02000-CA from your local Toyota dealer
  10. Devon Aygo

    Mud guards

    Accessory fitting guides here Fronts here Rears here
  11. If the car is a manual then there are no warnings for clutch only the X-shift (MMT Auto) has a clutch overheat warning.
  12. No the FHV engine will not work with your FTV setup, the number given is the engine number and could be either FTV/FHV the easiest way to tell them apart is: FTV engine the injectors are internal to the rocker cover the fuel feed pipes pass through holes and only the top plug is visible FHV engine the injectors are external to the rocker cover and the injector clamps are visible along with a good few inches of injector
  13. There are a couple bulletins from Toyota regarding engine noise on start up: 1) EG-0056T-0711 Subject: Tapping noise after cold engine start Models: AURIS; PRIUS; PRIUS +; PRIUS PHV Model codes: ZWE150; ZWE186; ZVW30; ZVW40; ZVW35 DESCRIPTION OF PHENOMENON Some customer may experience and report a tapping type of noise from the engine after cold engine start. There are 2 different conditions in which this type of noise can occur, each with a different cause and repair method: 1. After parking at temperatures equal or higher than -10°C and the noise is occurring less than 5 seconds. 2. After parking at temperatures lower than -10°C and the noise is lasting more than 5 seconds PRODUCTION CHANGE 1. For tapping noise at temperatures above -10°C:  The intake manifold shape has been changed to reduce risk of water entering in outer cylinders. 2. For tapping noise at temperatures below -10°C:  The engine ECU software has been changed to improve the ignition timing retard  A special coating has been applied on the injectors to improve the injection system efficiency (for F/Fix only) REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. For tapping noise at temperatures above -10°C:  Replace the „Manifold Assy, Intake‟ according to repair manual. 2. For tapping noise at temperatures below -10°C:  Replace all 4 „Injector Set, Fuel‟ according to the repair manual.  Check / Update the “Computer, engine control” software to the minimum required calibration ID, according to the procedure described in TSB EG-6006 for Intelligent Tester or TSB G-0002 for Global Techstream. I have seen this issue before and there are lots of examples on Youtube, see: 2) EG-0020T-0213 Subject: DTC P0401 and/or vehicle vibration, tapping noise Models: AURIS; PRIUS; PRIUS +; PRIUS PHV Model codes: ZWE150; ZVW30; ZVW40; ZVW35 DESCRIPTION OF PHENOMENON Some customers may experience and report vehicle vibration due to rough idle and/or tapping noise from HV transaxle. The engine warning light is on and DTC P0401 “Exhaust gas recirculation flow insufficient detected” is stored in the engine ECU. Excess carbon build up in the valve assembly, EGR will cause the valve to stick and engine rpm to fluctuate. PRODUCTION CHANGE The EGR valve is modified and the engine ECU software is updated. REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. Before starting the specified repair, perform a basic vehicle check-up to confirm if there is any other factor negatively contributing to the reported phenomenon. Repair according to the procedure in the repair manual. 2. Perform an active test to check the EGR valve for correct operation. 3. If the EGR valve is found to be stuck, replace the EGR valve according to the procedure in the repair manual. 4. Modify the wire harness to relieve any excess stress on the wire harness according to below procedure. 5. Reprogram the "computer, engine control" with the latest available software (Calibration ID) and apply a new label sticker with the correct "computer, engine control" part number and new calibration ID. Have seen this one as well although the EML lamp is usually on or DTC P0401 has been stored .
  14. Manual or Auto ( MMT ) transmission?