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stevecrvn last won the day on November 29 2015

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    Own a 2015 Auris d4d Sports Tourer and a 2004 Yaris 1.3 Auto

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  1. I have a 65 plate Diesel Auris but it is the 1.4 D4D . I bought ther 1.4 as I had Auris and a Yaris previously with this engine and both were very reliable. This Auris is doing 55.4 average to the gallon.
  2. I had done 147k in my Yaris d4d and was still on the original clutch when I sold it
  3. I had a water leask on my 2010 Auris and these I belive was the problem in the boot on the back lights . It was done under warranty at about 4 years old Genuine Toyota Duct Assembly Quarter Vent Auris/Hybrid/Corolla/Verso 629400F010
  4. I( have fitted Optiwhite bulbs to my Auris It is a worthwhile upgrade as the std lights are so poor. The lights are now brighter but the obviously the range or direction does not change due to the design of the highlight itself. There are a few features I think the MK1 Auris I had previously done much better than this MK2 . Highlights being one of them
  5. I have them fitted to my 2015 Auris they are noticeably much better than the standard bulbs but the lights on my MK 1 Auris were still better ( 4 bulbs set up)
  6. Chris maybe delete them all and re load from the new phone.
  7. I failed to get the Grill off my Mk2 facelift , but I found if you take all the clips and the one bolt out the top plastic panel can jiggled about and made to flip up . It cannot be removed fully due to a bolt bracket. I was able to access the horn and replace with a pair of low and high tone horns. I did not cut the wiring on the car but made a jump lead that fitted into the original horn connector. Works really well no more Noddy Horn.
  8. I have managed to get to the horn as with a bit of jiggling about the plastic trim above the grill can be moved to allow access to the horn . I gave found that the wire going to the single horn looks very thin . Will this be a problem if i fit the dual horns off a avensis or another Toyota
  9. Is this the same for the Facelift Auris Touring ( 2015) . the Horn is shocking to be honest , I think the dog breaks wind louder 🙂
  10. I have the same concerns on my Auris Sports tourer big flat panels . £100 to have the side strips fitted or take a change and repair if needed
  11. We didnt get the Verso-S diesel in the uk , I did fancy one as a good practical size car . My Auris Touring 2015 1.4 d4d also vibrates at similar revs when under load . I have put it down to be slightly underpowered for the weight of the car as my previous auris MK 1 1.4 d4d did it to a lesser extent and my Mk1 Yaris 1.4 d4d pulled like a train on hills and never suffered from the vibration. Is the Verso S 6 speed ?
  12. I appear to have the hatch on the steering wheel on my 2015 Auris tourer Active . Its the facelift model with the 1.4 d4d engine. Does anyone know if the Cruise control fix will fit and work