FROSTYBALLS

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    Mike
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    2015 Hyundai i20 1.4SE & 2016 Toyota Aygo X-Play with X-Touch
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  1. FROSTYBALLS

    The Word Association Thread

    Eastern
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    1990 Corolla 1.3 auto

    Moved to the For Sale section. Please provide an indicative price.
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    The Word Association Thread

    Nimrod
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    2015 Yaris 1.33 VVT-I Icon opinions?

    The 1.33 1FE-NR engine was fitted into the Auris from November 2008, and continued into the second generation Auris. The same engine was fitted into the Yaris from February 2009. It was also used in the IQ, the Urban Cruiser and the Verso S.
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    Toyota Auris 1,3 Petrol Code P0420???

    The OP's profile states 2009
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    The Word Association Thread

    Meteor
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    The Word Association Thread

    Planetoids
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    Toyota Auris 1,3 Petrol Code P0420???

    The 1.33 engine in the Auris was only introduced late 2008. Doesn't seem to be any particular issue with this engine and high oil consumption on sites like Honest John, etc. In the owners manual, 0W-20 is the preferred oil. 5W-30 may be used, but recommendation to replace with 0W-20 at next service.
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    P1340 Igniter Circuit Fault 8#

    Moved to the Yaris club.
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    Three Word Story...

    around their throat
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    Toyota Auris 1,3 Petrol Code P0420???

    The warranty is irrelevant. Under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 - "If you discover the fault within the first six months of having the product, it is presumed to have been there since the time you took ownership of it - unless the retailer can prove otherwise. During this time, it's up to the retailer to prove that the fault wasn't there when you bought it - it's not up to you to prove that it was." If bought within the last six months, go back to the dealer and request they repair the vehicle under The Consumer Rights Act 2015. The only proviso may be surrounding the work you have had done, and whether this can be seen to have been a contributory factor towards the issues.