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No windscreen issues No battery issuess (3 weeks standing still...) Do hate the stupid useless inflate kit, but hey toyota mobility covers that... No leather, Had leather seats when my kids were small, and needed easy to clean seats. Back to way more comfortable cloth now. Have fun with your test dr...
Well, I did get to terms with my satnav. Is not the fastest, takes forever to recalculate if you miss an exit, and is not always up to date with traffic , but using it with a dose of common sense and it'll get you there.
Don't believe that, A hardware change was necessary my dealer told me, so pre 2020 models are out of luck. However if you are right, it makes me quite happy indeed to be wrong
Don't get it.... My Hybrid has been standing outside for 3 weeks. Go to the car this morning, keyless go, car opens. push the starter and off I go. No issues at all with battery.
Its weird to hear this. My hybrid has been sitting in front of my house for weeks on end. Only get it out for a medical check-up (not Corona related) every 2 weeks. No issues (but also no alarm, which I think in the UK is mandatory ?). Same was true for my GT86 of which in the end the battery (the s...
Quite simple I guess, you WILL blow up the clutch/gearbox/driveshafts when adding power to this car. My previous car was a GT86, and even that one you needed to be careful not to push power with more than 20% or other bits (including conrods) would start failing. Simply not woth the effort, and a CH...
- Fri Apr 03, 2020 3:00 pm
- Forum: Main Toyota C-HR chat
- Topic: Flat battery. Manual key does not work
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1308
If you can get in with the blade, holding the key against the start button should allow it to start (if the flat battery is in the key, not the car itself). Running a 2018 model myself, and even after sitting still for a week or 2, it starts just fine (no alarm system though...)