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astol87

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About astol87

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  • Toyota Model
    2004 Camry Sportivo 2.4l
  • Toyota Year
    2004
  • Location
    Western Australia
  • Annual Mileage
    50,001 upwards

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    brad

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  1. in that case, replace the AUX cable and you should be right. Dont think my tweeters ever worked, and sadly still have all 4 stock speakers, 3 of which are blown...
  2. ha! thats amazing. I have an 04 camry with a DPX-5140BT. that sort of static is usually bad connections speaker <> stereo if its coming from all speakers. if a single speaker, that speaker may be dying
  3. they often need a security code entered, the code is usually in the manual. Also could be a dead/dying fuse either in the fuse box or dedicated one in the back of the stereo.
  4. All but one of the globes(or LEDs?) in the air selector unit have died. I had a quick look the other day, but the panel seem hard to get out, looks like the heating/cooling lines are stopping it. 1. how do you disconnect the hot/cold lines (or whatever they are holding it in, one on each side at the rear of the panel) 2. is it possible to replace the globes, and what would you recommend replacing them with (ideally coloured LEDs?) Cheers
  5. If I were you, I would pull the headunit out (its literally 4x 10mm bolts), find a wiring diagram online (google) and figure out which wires are for the tweeters (or front speaks as you alluded to) and test with a LED light if the connection is working. theres plenty of tutorials on youtube how to go about it. Diagnose from there.
  6. Here is a bunch of screenshots of my settings: http://imgur.com/a/DnRXZ
  7. cheers campbeam, will check the PCV next weekend
  8. I ended up getting Nulon 5W-30 as it was on sale, <$40 for 6L. Probably should have done a oil flush as well, but happy I at least did the change (and filter), it was getting a bit slugey
  9. Awesome, thanks mate
  10. Hi all, What oil would you suggest for me, 2004 manual sportivo with 210,000kms. I have been using Penrite 5W-40 Full Synthetic, and have some oil burn as noticed in the exhaust.
  11. I have the same issue, for me, the cones are dead. FYI, there are 6x9's front and rear, so grab 2 packs of decent 6x9's if you're going to replace them
  12. Im running El Cheapo tyres... Hifly HF201. great bang for buck, recommended by a mechanic mate. They seem to have really bad reviews online, but my experience as a fairly heavy footed driver on the camry: they grip well in wet weather and under heavy braking, not great on road noise but acceptable, very cheap, i think i paid $75ea, but saw them online for $66ea. I average 8.5L/100km as per my OBD2
  13. very tidy! got details of the build? Ignore me, its in your signature!
  14. Does anyone else daydream about the mods they would love to do to their car but dont have the resources (time, money etc) to do so? I do, and here's my list. I'd love to hear yours! 2004 2AZ-FE Sportivo... engine rebuild (burning oil a bit) (possibly swap for newer model engine, havent looked into it, suggestions?) custom turbo install small garrett turbo possibly mounted below battery box, or relocate battery to that space below it and put turbo in factory battery position Haltech ECU fuel pump upgrade injector upgrade e-throttle upgrade calipers and rotors front and rear tail light swap for 05/06 style lights fix/replace headlights and foglights (cloudy) full re-spray or plastidip swap interior bezels/accessories and seats with 05/06 Azura change LEDs (colours and brightness) for instrument panel and accessories replace factory (blown) speakers and get amp and sub looking at this list, maybe i should get/swap the sportivo for an azura and then I wont have to mess around as much. I wont be able to do much (or any) of this as I dont have the funds to do so, but still fun to dream about.
  15. i also have a tasker profile set up around it, so that when my phone connects to the stereo bluetooth, it starts the Torque app, sets appropriate volume levels, has a plugin to read sms's aloud and clears the lockscreen password, and do the reverse when it disconnects from the OBD