I have the same problem on my white 040 painted corolla, but on the outside edge of the rack channel and other spots on the side of the car. The roof had the same issue, quite severely and has already been resprayed at our cost, but now it's starting to appear all over the rest of the car's factory paint. It's frustrating because other than the paintwork the car is immaculate for a 2012 model.
I hope Toyota Australia eventually agree to recall these affected cars as they have in USA and Canada.
More of an unstated discount for this sale. I have enough on hand to wait for a better discount sale @ 30%;= $36+
I also have enough engine oil on hand so I can afford to be particular and wait for 40% or 50% discount price.
After a bit of recent research, I am now using full synthetic 5W-30 engine oil in the four stroke mower engines.
This morning, I checked the armrest insert and how the rear of this insert connects into the covering panel at the back of the boot. As I recall , I detached the the armrest insert from the boot back panel by working inside the boot. Once you have done that, then the seat back rest lifts out very easily.
After I refitted the rear seat, I left refitting that armrest insert to the boot panel for another day.
Hey all, new guy here
I'm new to owning a Hilux and a 4x4, and I'm having an issue with my truck. The auto-locking hubs won't engage. I've done a bit of a diagnosis and found that the button on the high/low range selector works, the relay works and I've pulled the electrical connector out of the front of the steering rack/transfer case area and when I push the tip in of the connecter (pretending to lock the hubs together) the light in the dash will indicate that the 4x4 system is engaged. So the problem area is in and around the vacuum diaphragm itself. Has anybody had any experience with repairing these parts or would be able to help me out? Everything in the transfer case is all good too. If you need more info or some photos I can post them.
My model is a 1998 Hilux 4x4 SR5 LN167R