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  1. You will need a new head unit. Its not possible to convert the existing factory fitted radio to english. Some brands like pumpkin, xtrons etc do it with kits. Have a surf on the forum as people have posted wiring conversion kits on here.
  2. 3L is better. Not struggling up hills the fuel ratio works out the same. But longer trips the 3L handles it much better. If you convert to LPG you'll be laughing so many people opt for this. I haven't as there is not a LPG pump station anywhere near me.
  3. Yes, there is a topic to help you get that arranged. I've followed it and got the brake servo sorted within 2 weeks of my email.
  4. I would go for a 3L, there are some outstanding recalls on these (brake master cylinder, airbags). When you get one make sure or do 1. full service including timing belt, water pump. 2. change gearbox fluid 3. get the brakes bled 4. Underseal/wax the bottom of the vehicle. Other than that they are good vehicles.
  5. Halfords. Industry standard bulbs.
  6. The Question is can you get parts for these vehicles too? oh and welcome.
  7. This is the one i've got. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MRCARTOOL-ELM327-ODB2-V1-5-Bluetooth-Auto-Code-Reader-Diagnostic-Scanner-Tool/173859916862?hash=item287adbcc3e:g:R70AAOSwlf5ca7sI
  8. I found that when we went to IOW that Sainsburys were two pence cheaper than the mainland. Asda may be more but we didn't want the hassle of trying to get through all that traffic.
  9. Never used it. I used a simply chinese bluetooth adapter and torque pro for the 3L 2wd we have.
  10. no that's just a link they gave for them. I personally would have a google about them first.
  11. Toyota owners club pointed me to this. https://www.certificateofconformity.co.uk/coc/certificate-conformity-toyota
  12. tried this one? https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/757183/cars-mutual-recognition.pdf
  13. Toyota GB is really good. You just need the right department. Send an email to ask them or ring the switchboard and ask.
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