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  2. Towing and towing package

    Hi Debbie133...welcome to the Forums I would probably entrust the installation to an authorised installer as the system would need to be wired correctly to work with the CanBus system. If it is wired incorrectly for the vehicle then it can interfere with the onboard electronics with disastrous effect.
  3. 2014 Prius V

    can only think that the radar is contaminated with dirt or dust which may be inhibiting the readings or alternatively, there could be some Radio frequency interference affecting it (if it occurs on the same stretch of road each time?)
  4. Foldable/breakaway mirrors

    I assume if the base plate fittings are the same dimension then they should fit
  5. 2000 solara radiator burst

    Sounds like the Coolant Temperature Sensor/ThermoSwitch is faulty or the wiring leading to one of the fans. I would bridge the connectors on the plug going into the sensor and if the fans run with the ignition on then it has to be the sensor at fault
  6. '07 XLE Phone Prob. Outgoing works, incoming doesn't.

    it sounds very similar to the issue I have with my 2007 Honda CRV which has the opposite problem. To make calls, I have to dial the number on the phone, hang up and then press the phone button on the wheel and announce 'redial' for it to then go through the cars' audio system. When an incoming call comes in then I can answer that straightaway through the cars' controls. The reason is that the call has to come through the cars' audio system and I think in your case it is not when you receive a call. You may be able to alter the settings but I don't think that will work. Maybe the only way is to hang up and dial the number so you end up making the call....a complete pain but 2007 was at the start of voice control and phone connectivity and as such the technology is quite primitive by today's standards. Let us know if you do find an alternative method to get it working sensibly.
  7. 98-99 turn/park front light question

    Can you upload the image so we can see which components you are referring to, thanks
  8. Newb Alert

    Hi blakehanna welcome to the Club Glad you're enjoying your Camry and feel free to ask any questions on here. Good to have you onboard
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  10. Hi folks, I have an absolutely beautiful JZX90 for sale! I purchased this Chaser in Japan recently because of the amazing condition. Unfortunately, I really can't justify keeping this and my other cars as well so it has to go. It was legally imported with all the proper paperwork. It was a Grade 4 car through the auctions and had one singular owner since new! So the details: 1993 Toyota Chaser 1JZ-GE/Auto 26,000 original kilometers! That works out to just 16,000 miles 100% stock and original Clean WA title with current registration/plates This Chaser is the cleanest I've ever seen. It has 0 modifications whatsoever and is in remarkable shape. The paint appears all original and is in great shape (minus needing a detail). It has the wool interior and factory fake wood trim, both in great shape as well. The little things about this car are what amaze me. The screws underneath the fender don't even have surface rust on them. The is no rust on the car whatsoever. It looks like no one has ever sat in the back seat. Someone really took spectacular care of this car. It would be a great platform for someone who would want a mint Tourer V (but doesn't want to spend $20k) to swap in a 1JZ-GTE into. It would also be a perfect first right hand drive car for someone looking to get into the import world. There are some small issues I will continue to address when I have time. There is a small dent on the front left fender which could easily be removed with PDR. There is a small scrape on the left side of the front bumper. The driver's seat will only move on one side (the gears underneath wear out), but I have a new set of gears ready to be put in (just no time at the moment). The hubcaps are pretty scraped up but have no cracks or anything like that. That's it, pretty remarkable for a 25-year-old car. Feel free to email me, dsscats@gmail.com, with any questions I'm asking $8500 OBO but am open to offers. Not interested in trades.
  11. Highlander- turn signal

    Sounds like the indicator relay at fault....maybe worth checking that before condemning the stalk.
  12. wheel alignment

    Hi Szergei...welcome to the Forum You may find that if you drive on the right hand side of the road the same as the Americans do then there should be no difference whatsoever and I would try to find an alternative garage that can realign your steering/suspension for you
  13. Newbie

    Hi Jamie....welcome to the Forums
  14. Hello

    Hi both....welcome to the Forums
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  16. I have looked all over the place for a replacement hood liner for my 1998 Corolla Sedan. The one I have is torn away from the right front attachment tab and the liner is also oil soaked. It needs to be replaced, and I cannot find one. Any suggestions where to look? Thanks!
  17. Have you got a name for you car?

    lol...you don't want to know what I call mine...but it does change on an almost daily basis...depending upon how reliable it is on the day
  18. Mine was 00744. It was totaled in an accident this past Thursday :-( I’ve been looking like crazy but can’t find another Paseo convertible, as expected. And I was 2 weeks away from doing an engine swap too :-(
  19. Selling genuine TRD Pro Toyota parts from we put on our 1794 Tundra, bronze mica. All parts are in excellent condition. TRD Pro Headlights - pair $375 CAD Black mirror caps 85.00 CAD. TRD Pro grill upper/lower colour match in bronze mica $500 CAD Seat organizer: $25 Contact via phone or text: 250-870-2392 or email dejoma@gmail.com
  20. tires

    Good Year Assurance for the Win!
  21. MR2 parts

    Check out https://www.toyotapartsprime.com/ for genuine OEM Toyota parts. I've ordered from them and they are legit. Why buy aftermarket when you can buy OEM parts at nice discounted prices. OEM quality is always better from my experience. These parts come with the Toyota factory warranty. Hope this helps.
  22. What insurance do you use?

    I've been with Mercury Insurance for over 15 years. No Issues. They've been great!
  23. 03 Corolla S - Radio and Clock Not Working

    Hi all, just wanted to add. I had this issue after the RFID chip in my key got damaged and I had it replaced. Turned out that when I was searching for the reason the car wasn't starting and I first checked the fuses I messed up. There's a blank space right next to the dome light fuse port. Very easy done, I accidentally put it in the empty space next to it so when I finally got the car running again, all of a sudden the radio, courtesy lights, key remote and the "key in Ignition" alarm weren't working. Followed the diagram under the panel, put the fuse back in the right place and away she went
  24. Greetings All! I'm a fresh recruit to the Highlander ranks, thought to check w/ the experts online. Doing the routine maintenance on a 2005 model, found a boatload of transmission filter kits (ranging from $12 - $60 online, several claim to be 'Toyota OEM'). Is there any real difference between these, any warning signs to avoid OR cues that one is the real thing? I'm in FL & have seen the fangs-out blatant predatory practices in many dealerships - but also know that true OEM is often best.. any advice to help me avoid the sharks (online and / or IRL).. Many thanks in advance, will be around to learn from others much as possible! Cheers all!
  25. While in Cruise Control, Dynamic (Radar) at about 70 mph, for no apparent reason a chime will ring 4 or 5 times and the car will slow down dramatically (brakes) to about 60 mph, only to aggressively speed back up to 70. It may repeat this several times until I just hold the accelerator to hold speed. Weather, sunny and dry. Traffic, often NONE! Sporadic. it may go months without a re-occurrence.
  26. Best Sites to buy auto parts in the USA

    You might be able to find the parts that you need at your local junkyard or on craigslist.
  27. Cruise not working

    My manual transmission requires me to pull up on the clutch pedal if the cruse won't work. Sometimes if the peddle is not all the way up cruse will not work. Once cruse is on you can stop pulling up and the cruse will work. Of course this is for a manual and may not be your issue.
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