However, I would be pleased to know if the figures I've been quoted by the dealer are about right. Check that the cables are still slack when hand brake is off, if not do step 2 again. After contacted the dealer - two weeks' ago - I finally got a response today. Les did give me some useful guidance at the time of my original posting 2006 - including the advice to use a 90 degree cranked screwdriver I'd had one for years but never used it on those darned access screws!! I am a bit old school and prefer to take said book to car when I wish to service or repair or replace things on it, and was wondering if anyone can help me? Please be aware of this when viewing. Have I really exploited all avenues? They have enabled me to fix a few problems on my car, do modifications including a rev 3 Turbo Conversion, and help many others on these forums, by quoting Toyota Mechanic text in solving problems. Add a link to your Reader's Ride in your signature for easy access! This is the place to write about your preparations and experiences. Many claim that this car was inspired by Porsche Boxster which was released in 1996, due to its similar appearance.
The ones in Bedford or Attleborough, Norfolk. Start a thread per case, set a bet amount and beneficiary club or charity and members place your bets! The parts rep was unable to tell me if that also included the wiring diagrams. Dave C Hi Dave Speak to the lads on Spyderchat. Wow now that does make Haynes' manuals look cheap!!! Ah well, the search goes on. Welcome to the club Gofaster I hope you stay with us and can contribute to the forum. I have looked everywhere I can think in an effort to buy a Hard copy Haynes , but to no joy. But, who wouldn't pay £5.
Wow now that does make Haynes' manuals look cheap!!! Just for info: Workshop manuals price guide for 2003 model Have finally had feedback from the Group Parts Manager at West Riding Motor Group the Toyota dealer in Bradford following an email sent around two-weeks-ago! Only Admins can post here. Think of the money you could save yourself, and infomation you could gain! Thanks for the info Bob. Dave C Thanks for the welcome Les. Thanks again Kind regards Dave C. When the adjustment is correct the lever will come up 6 to 8 clicks. Can anyone assist in my task.
But, who wouldn't pay £5. Press the foot brake 4 times 4. With the handbrake off, slaken off the adjuster until both the cables are loose. In buying them I've been told some porky's like 'They're only available to Toyota' or 'I'm not allowed to sell them to the public' - Which is a load of rubbish, just move on to the next Toyota dealer. Thanks for the info Gofaster.
Good morning everyone, My name is Guy and I am new to the club. It will be interesting to see if my posting here has any more success. My own roadster will easily lock up both rear wheels on the 7th click, remember, any less than 6 clicks and the adjustment is wrong. In desperation I also pursued the dealership route. Dave C Hi Dave Speak to the lads on Spyderchat. Only Admins can post here.
Thanks Gofaster - well spotted! Any views expressed within this forum do not necessarily represent the views of the club. Ah well, the search goes on. The parts rep was unable to tell me if that also included the wiring diagrams. Or is there someone out there with a magic lamp? It will be interesting to see if my posting here has any more success. Pull up handbrake 4 times 5. It will be interesting to see if my posting here has any more success.
Remove center console 4 screws, front 2 pigs to reach 2. They are a great buy, a complete set can be had for less than a tank of fuel, making them a great bargain. Have I really exploited all avenues? Thanks for the welcome Les. In desperation I also pursued the dealership route. As a journalist I know it's not cost-effective to produce full-blown paper-based manuals for limited production models. After contacted the dealer - two weeks' ago - I finally got a response today. .
Or is there someone out there with a magic lamp? I can however, tell you how to adjust the handbrake correctly, 1. All content is of a technical nature. However, I would be pleased to know if the figures I've been quoted by the dealer are about right. Les Thanks for the info Gofaster. Then, a long wheelbase to achieve high stability and fresh new styling; a mid-engine design to create excellent handling and steering without the weight of the engine up front; a body structure as simple as possible to allow for easy customizing, and low cost to the consumer.
Brand new condition would be preferable, obviously, but a Hard copy for a 2001 model manual would be great good condition. But what code is it? They come in quite big books, very easy to understand and follow. As a journalist I know it's not cost-effective to produce full-blown paper-based manuals for limited production models. . .
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