FROSTYBALLS

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  1. Have you accidentally pressed the window isolation switch on the driver's door switch panel - which stops the non-driver's windows operating??
  2. Presumeably if it was reset, it would be counting down to the next service. I'd go back to the dealer who did the service and get them to sort it. Unless you can reset it yourself through one of the car's menus - the owners manual or full owners manual may include information on this. You should be able to download the full owners manual via My Toyota.
  3. Was the service check reset at service?
  4. In the UK servicing is every 12 months or 10,000 miles, whichever occurs first. In mainland Europe servicing is every 12 months or 15,000km, whichever occurs first. Have you had the car for one year or have you exceeded either of the above number of miles/km?
  5. See: https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/helicopters-redeployed-around-uk-help-in-fight-against-covid-19/
  6. As regards the water dying, the 'lagoon' in question is supposedly toxic and dying the water there is a regular action to deter swimmers, so not just an action undertaken since the lockdown : https://www.derbyshiretimes.co.uk/health/coronavirus/police-dye-water-buxton-blue-lagoon-deter-swimmers-during-coronavirus-lockdown-2521350
  7. The Toyota recommendation is 5W-30 - see
  8. This could give people the hump
  9. Toyota Owners Club is UK based. Europe doesn't have this version of the Yaris, which is based on the Vios, so may be difficult for members to advise. Topic title edited.
  10. Toyota European plants, with the exception of Russia, will remain closed until 20th April at the earliest - see: https://europe.autonews.com/automakers/toyotas-european-plants-remain-closed-until-april-20
  11. We've had auto locking or drive away locking on each of our 3 i20's (2012, 2015, 2020) so doubt there is any EU legal obstacle preventing this being fitted by a manufacturer. Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Turkey has been building cars since 1994 - versions of the Corolla since 1994, Corolla Verso 2004-2009, 3 door Auris 2007-2012, Verso 2009-2018, and the C-HR since 2016. The UK market had each of these models except the Corolla saloon between 2007-2019.
  12. Moved to the Yaris club to generate responses.
  13. Depending which specification you have, parking sensors may have been a dealer fit option.
  14. No. They're a legal requirement on all new cars first registered from November 2014.
  15. Driving lights?? Do you mean daytime running lights?
  16. The topic will be 12 years old later this year, and the OP hasn't visited the club since October 2008 .....
  17. Hello Mason - welcome to Toyota Owners Club.
  18. At this stage, the OP hasn't said whether they have had a new or rebuilt engine, and also who did the repair. The new car warranty covers manufacturing defects, which this issue doesn't appear to be as it seems the problem was fuel contamination. If a new engine has been installed, that will be covered for manufacturing defects. If the engine has been rebuilt, the repair may have a limited warranty (ie. one year)._The OP needs to clarify what work has been done, and by whom, and if the engine has been rebuilt, what warranty the repair will have.