Quote Originally Posted by CTScott Yes. You can remove the knobs from the heater control panel. With the black vertical pieces removed you simply pull back on the panel to remove it. The controls are inserted into the back of the panel and there are small plastic tabs that hold them in. Just be gentle when releasing them to prevent snapping the frame that the tabs connect to. For the steering wheel
Quote Originally Posted by stevens_uk Cheers CTScott Ill get it off over the weekend as have to install an adapter from the cars original radio antenna to the new head unit radio antenna port. Ive posted elsewhere about the lights in this climate control unit am I able to change the colour of them There are actually both bulbs (like the green one you asked about it that other thread) and LEDs. The
I have a 2007 RS 5door and it has black knobs I am not impressed that toyota has made the parts buy the whole unit not just the part you need. I was questioning the door power window switches and asked if one stoped working can I buy the switch the dealer said it is the whole unit or nothing. toyota sells the car cheap than robes us on replacing parts like I shouldnt realize this conspiracy.
Quote Originally Posted by Rick Its additional power wiring for the PTC heater element. Aha PTC is the magic search term. I was searching for ceramic earlier. It appears that it has three settings and two associated fuses a 30A and a 40A. The schematic they give makes it difficult to tell whats happening. But I think that it might have a setting to pull through both fuses simultaneously (two separate
The dealer fixed the mouse problem for my sister under warranty on her Eclipse. The nest actually wrecked the blower by unbalancing it. Mice should not get in there from the OUTSIDE but they can get in from the INSIDE of the car. Adding a cabin filter would help from outside invasion - I think we have a suck through heater ... You could hot glue melt or epoxy a wire mesh screen over the inlet surface if you make a frame from polymer or wood. Sonjas bro
just last night i took my yaris in because of a funny noise when i put my heater fan on-no mice but there was a mcdonalds napkin in there that service pulled out. they said too many napkins in the glovebox and it isnt the first time they have found this problem. and there wasnt that many napkins in there so just a heads up for everyone
Most stuff in your heater box gets put there by the animal - but is there a screen on the re-circ door Didnt think of that. Can it suck your oil filter and servicer receipts out of the service booklet in the glove box and shred it in the heater the Dealer must LOVE that. Me Gee- I KNOW I had proof of that oil change at 10K Where did it GO Dealer Sorry Lad engine warranty service is DENIED due to your lack of proof of proper service maintenance.
I put one in last winter for my 08 liftback. As I recall it cost thirty some bucks. It was a real pain to install for me. I had to take a couple bolts and brackets out to be able to slide the unit into the sleeve in the engine block.. Prob the worst part was not being able to see what you were doing laying on your back. Not pleasant. It did make a really big difference for starting and warm up--worth the pains and bloody knuckles
Ok for the last time it was for 2 different cars. HERE is my cut and pasted invoice - I was off by 2.00.. ItemDescriptionQTY unit PriceExt. Price TOYAFCAU2008 toyota yaris-SEDAN Cabin Air Filter (for heater AC and Ventilation System)(particulate 1-piece glove box install 5 min)5 5.5327.65 TORAFCAU2007 SCION tC Cabin Air Filter (for heater AC and Ventilation System)(particulate 1-piece)4 3.6714.68
Quote Originally Posted by nookandcrannycar I wonder if 07s with the Cold Weather Package (heavy duty heater DRLs etc) have better luck re headlight bulb longevity than 07s that dont have the Cold Weather Package. I live near Houston but I purchased my yaris in Rhode Island while on a trip ((The steering rack on my 2001 Suzuki Swift only had about 500-600 more safe miles on it--the car had 151k and
When I submitted my car to company they replaced the AC Evaporator as per what they have said only because they did not showed to me the new AC Evaporator intended for replacement. Instead they showed me the Old AC Evaporator (full of dirt --- within 2 years and 7 months period of normally using the Car with AC) right after they have removed it and I saw the dashboard being removed all the way. When
Keep in mind that my Car or your Car is not talking whatever has been done unlike Doctor&8217s Patient --- so that in times of confusion as to which or where to start doing repair works again --- you will need to know and understand the details of the circumstances and surroundings for which you can squeeze a point and eventually make the exact solution to my or your problem. On November-27-2013 I
Im thinking it might be the coolant reacting with scalerustparticulatewhatever in the heater core for the hvac unit.....least thats what I always notice when I turn the heater on for like the two or three days out of the year I use it....just give it a few days to flush it out if it doesnt go away then its off to the dealer.... unless the hvac doesnt use coolant for the heater part I dunno I havent messed with this cars hvac yet....
Quote Originally Posted by Mordarvia Does It Smell Electrical Nope. Unless its literally under the dash checked everything I could see and all seems to be well. Quote Originally Posted by PetersRedyaris Have you hit your exhaust on speedbumps I suppose you could damage the seal between the header and midpipe creating a leak... I have two times in terms of hearing something but dont believe it did.
Quote Originally Posted by IllusionX things ive already known... but keep in mind that you are also disconnecting the ceramic heater built into the system. I know you live in Cali and dont need any heat.. but other might want to know. what ceramic heater yikes. the heat still works. the hot air comes from the heater core which is a mini-radiator powered by engine coolant. whats the ceramic unit for
Quote Originally Posted by mikeukrainetz I installed a Volfenhag sub amp system in my hatch not the most high quality stuff but what the heck. I built the box myself and ran all the electrical myself. From what I understand I cannot add anything else without first going to a larger alt. The power wire is 4 guage and run through the firewall just left of the heater core inlet above the gas pedal down