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  1. Hi Joe....welcome to the Forum I fondly remember the Cressida and it was a great car back in the day. Glad to hear that one is still on the road and would love to see some pictures of it. Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
  2. I would probably upgrade as the value is in the secondhand market to resell but not viable to continue ownership taking into account annual depreciation
  3. It depends on vehicle use, e.g. town driving versus freeway driving, the town driving is considered to be more degrading to the engine oil and would need changing sooner than say if you just drove around town
  4. Hi....welcome to the Forum Good to have you onboard
  5. Sounds very much like a software update is needed regarding the fast idle issue....hassle your supplying dealer to get this resolved (at no cost!) Let us know what they find
  6. I have always fitted Gates belts and never had any issues with them before
  7. Would be interested to know how good it is if you upgrade to the LED lamps
  8. Hi Bob K....welcome to the Forums I always believe that a well maintained car will go on indefinitely as long as you replace any components with quality parts and also keep on top of any issues that may arise. Otherwise, it should do you proud for many years and thousands on mlles to come Good to have you onboard
  9. It looks rather like an interior temperature sensor grille used to take measurements for the climate control
  10. I think it would be worth probing the live wire back as far as when it has power and look for a connection block in the area...corrosion in the block is more than likely the cause
  11. many thanks for posting the guide....very useful indeed !
  12. I would think it would be a faulty alternator. Try disconnecting various fuses (starting with the larger capacity fuses) and see if the battery is then discharging May take some time to work through them all but when you find the one that is running a circuit drawing high current
  13. not sure it would with the many differences in the drivetrain setup. Hopefully someone who may have carried out this mod can answer more specifically