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Chris AU

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About Chris AU

  • Rank
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Would you be interested in attending club meetings?
    Yes
  • Toyota Model
    Aurion
  • Toyota Year
    2007
  • Location
    New South Wales
  • Annual Mileage
    0 to 5000

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  • First Name
    Chris
  1. Can't get a replacement VVTI Oil line?

    Hi morphski, yes it was replaced free of charge. I've submitted a claim for the tow in - this should hopefully be refunded too. Good luck - I know how much it sucks to have these car problems :-)
  2. Sticky Dashboard?

    My dash seems fine at the moment - should I still take it in to Toyota to replace?
  3. Can't get a replacement VVTI Oil line?

    I had the oil cooler hose go recently and it was fixed under recall with a metal hose, however the VVTi line was just replaced with another rubber hose. Toyota claimed that it only needed a rubber replacement hose because the oil through the VVTi line is not pressurised. Was just wondering if this is true?
  4. Hi everyone I was hoping to get some advice doing my first detail of a white 2007 Aurion. I have owned it for a year and only wash it about once a month. I would like to add an extra step or two to keep the car better looking and protected. Basically I'm looking for a simple and budget friendly process, with products I can pick up and use easily, e.g. from Super Cheap. After the wash, maybe just the following: Clay - maybe using Meg's clay bar kit that comes with the quick detailer Wax - maybe using Meg's Quick Wax or Meg's Cleaner Wax and some microfibre cloths? Ideally the wax would last a while so that if I only get a chance to do it twice a year, it would still be okay. Thanks for your help