TIDYWAZZA

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About TIDYWAZZA

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    CAMRY ATARA SL
  • Toyota Year
    2015
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    Victoria
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    10,001 to 15,000
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  1. Being an ex auto parts interpreter (API) I have sold many Polyurathane bushes of varying brands. Nolathane is one of the first and better brands. Positive feed back had been similar for many makes of cars. Polyurethane bushes do help in suspension control, cornering, braking ect but they also firm up the ride of the vehicle a little. Need to be installed correctly using the lubricant supplied with them. Many customers started with bushes on front or rear sway bars as they are usually easy to access then, after having good results went on to install more involved suspension bushes. Most Polyurethane bushes are long lasting and trouble free.
  2. Why not use a broker without committing to them, just to se what discounted pricing they can show you. Then use that pricing as a guide to do your own negotiations directly with a dealer.
  3. I have spotted this... I know you don't need the references to swapping out the steering wheel but there is relevant information regarding your issue in here. https://www.toyotanation.com/threads/i-added-paddle-shifters-to-my-2015-toyota-camry-xle-v6-and-it-worked-heres-a-guide-on-how-to-do-it.1664644/ As described in this above post, have you tried to change gears via the new paddles with the shift lever in sport mode ?
  4. I doubt that any dealership would be involved in your modification. You possibly would pay for a service advisor to say to you "we don't do that modification" Have you searched through all the postings to find the same modification ? You mention you know of others having done this have you questioned them ?
  5. Or Ebay search for something like this.... Universal Trunk Cargo Storage Bag Folding Organizer Box or try https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Universal-Trunk-Cargo-Storage-Bag-Folding-Organizer-Box-Saddlebag-for-Jeep-Ford/202748771853?hash=item2f34c4be0d:g:nF8AAOSwz5peAs0Q
  6. When you ask after wing tips do you mean canards that fit to the front splitter / bumper of your car ? if yes there are many universal canards on Ebay some saying specific to use on a Corolla. https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=canards+corolla&_sacat=131090&LH_TitleDesc=0&_osacat=131090&_odkw=canards Also these specif to 2005 Corolla ... https://www.andysautosport.com/canards/toyota_corolla.html
  7. Well presented review however, I do not want to see so much of the presenter. I research vehicle reviews for the all the visual details. All I want to see are the cars with voice over not so much of the reviewers face & animated actions.
  8. may I suggest you research these I purchased mine at Bunnings for $119 each. Gives you access from anywhere via your phone or pc in live / real time. Timer to turn on / off the light or light on with movement detected. Cloud access recording for free for previous 24hrs also low cost access for longer periods. Too many features to say here. Check them out. They look like a para flood light but have some high tech features. Sengled Snap Smart LED Light And Wi-Fi Security Camera
  9. Maybe a BSC outlet or similar can match and upgrade the gears. They supply power transmission parts like gears, bearings, seals ect.
  10. Just to be clear the engine never actually failed it just stopped running at the time then restarted afterwards ?
  11. does this help ? https://www.toymods.org.au/forums/threads/54262-Clutch-wont-bleed
  12. And MB Insurance is underwritten by QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited
  13. Or perhaps modify the TCR10 bar fit ?
  14. Is the Tarago currently unregistered or just changing owners ? Most workshops know where to look for vehicle ID's. What is missing the VIN plate or the compliance sticker or another ? Perhaps your Toyota dealer could be of help for you.
  15. Glad the family is enjoying the new Rav. Hopefully the annoying rattle issue is resolved at service time. I like the concept / size ect, but still cannot come to grips with CVT gearboxes.