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Lauren

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  • Birthday 07/07/1971

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    Cars, racing, my dog, music, cars and racing.
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  1. Yeah sorry getting you confused with someone else. It's a Toyota recall, they have to fit OEM parts. Do what you want I guess.
  2. A years warranty for the recall and a years warranty anyway on any parts fitted. Though obviously his boot problem isn't under warranty, though they can at least have a look and see what is going on and give a cost to fix.
  3. He's got a TRD, so it is 2013, built in 2012 or early 2013, so it will definitely fall within the recall range.
  4. It's a Toyota dealer they will use genuine parts and OEM oil. I'm not sure where you get this notion that they will put cheap parts in? One a week is what most dealers are doing, it's quite enough with the other service work they have to do.
  5. Lauren

    Optimism

    Pretty much the same as a top spec non yellow car. I.e., a car with the leather/heated seats option. Around £27.5K.
  6. Edited for you, but as others have said you can do it yourself. Stuck it at the same price you have on the other forum.
  7. Not meaning to be pedantic, but the tax won't transfer. You'll be refunded on complete months remaining, but the new owner will have to tax the car as soon as ownership transfers.
  8. Great pics as always, Will. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Lauren

    NW-Jap2Jap Warrington 21 July

    We are off to Jap2Jap's monthly meet in Warrington Sunday 21st July. We may go for food after depending on interest. Location: Warrington's Favourite Car Boot Sale Townfield Lane Winick WA2 8TE Details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2240489719535861/ 1. Lauren and Indy 2. Richard 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
  10. Event Title: NW-Jap2Jap Warrington 21 July Event Author: Lauren Event Date: 21.07.2019 We are off to Jap2Jap's monthly meet in Warrington Sunday 21st July. We may go for food after depending on interest. Location: Warrington's Favourite Car Boot Sale Townfield Lane Winick WA2 8TE Details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2240489719535861/ 1. Lauren and Indy 2. Richard 3. @Mark-in-Stoke 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. NW-Jap2Jap Warrington 21 July
  11. You seem to have priced them at £299 on the OC. Change your price to £299, or I will remove your post. https://www.gt86ownersclub.co.uk/forum/62-sale-gt86-brz-parts-upgrades/17277-toyota-gt86-subaru-brz-17-inch-alloys-michelin-tyres.html Just posted this up so members don't get misled, not that you've got a chance in hell of selling them at that price anyway.
  12. Lauren

    Newbie From Derbyshire

    The standard warranty replacement for those of us that did is 65Ah.
  13. Lauren

    Newbie From Derbyshire

    @PhilR try here: https://www.toyota.co.uk/owners/vehicle-information/recall-checker
  14. Lauren

    Newbie From Derbyshire

    Welcome. If the battery is a black top, white body then it will be the 45Ah one. It should say it on it though. Also check your VIN on the Toyota recall checker to see if you're affected by the valve spring recall.
  15. Lauren

    Wiltshire Newbie

    I've just got back from RRG and had a good old natter about the recall. Richard said that he is booked till November and is not taking any more bookings yet, but has a waiting list that you can be added to. There is no cut off date to get the recall done by, there won't be as there will always be cars that years down the line will not have had it for one reason or another. The problem for RRG is that, if say they do the recall on a car which will likely be modded all the way from say Essex or something and there is a problem post recall, how will it be recovered and all that. It makes it quite complicated. Obviously he has had to prioritise customers who bought their car from RRG and those that are regular customers for service. That alone has taken the list to November! For those with stock cars the advice is, use your local dealer.
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