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I have just embarked on the restoration of a '71 MS55 Crown four door. It is missing s stack of stuff and this is the first of the parts list I need.
* LHF guard.
* RHR lower quarter panel, wheel arch, last eight inches of sill
* Bottom of spare wheel well.
* wiper arms
* ash tray for centre of dash
* Manual Pedal assembly and steering column
* front guard indicators (both sides)
that will do me me for now, I know there will be more as I go through it but that is the list that it have made this arvo.
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The casing around my gear shifter (automatic car) is broken, so i decided to get a new one from the wreckers.. whilst trying to remove the gear knob so i could easily slide the old housing off and slide the new housing on i've realised that the Overdrive cord actually goes up into it the knob and therefore even though i can pull the knob off it will only go so far as the cord is attached inside of it to the button.. any ideas? do i really have to replace the whole gearstick ect just for a little bit of housing? is there somewhere i can just disconnect the o/d cord from temporarily just so i can get this little bit of plastic over my gearshifter?
Picture of the broken casing so everyone knows what i'm talking about lol
My 2003 Camry Altise clock, automatic gear shift lights and climate control lights don't turn on.
Now all that I have tried is checking the instrument panel fuses to see if any had blew out but they are all fine.
There has been a few times where they would all work fine but this only lasts until I turn the car is completely off.
The lights and clock haven't turned on for about a month now and was wondering if anyone had a solution to this?
By The Levinator
The topic title says it all, really.
If I top up when the fuel light comes on, I can put in only 40 litres. But the spec I've seen on-line is 55 litres.
So firstly, does my car really have a 55 litre tank?
And if so, why would the fuel light come on with 200 km of range left?
PS: my first post, and my first corolla!
My 2010 Corolla hatch's interior used to automatically light up (interior lights), whenever:
the engine was stopped, or if the doors opened. Now, it doesn't light up automatically, and I must manually turn them on (passenger lights and interior lights) - they work when I set them on, manually.
I have checked to see that the interior lights are set to DOOR...
Any ideas on why this may be happening?
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