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  1. I am curious to see what everyone's thoughts and opinions are of the 2019 models from the Toyota lineup. I was reading some reviews online for the Corolla, RAVE4, Avalon, and Camry and they either go into too much detail and sound biased or they don't seem to know what they are talking about. I want to hear from people I know are driving the cars.
  2. We had one of our bigger scrap yards close a few years back. Now we only have a few smaller ones. I am not sure if it is worth checking these spots for car parts or selling them there if I don't need them. Anyone still work with scrap yards?
  3. I have heard of some issues pertaining to how car seats fit in the new Corolla hybrids and I have my concerns if I decide to get one. I currently have a small child still in a car seat as well as one on the way. I need to make sure all sizes of car seats can fit properly, safely, and securely.
  4. Nearly 1 million (over 900,000) vehicles are being recalled due to faulty airbags. The models that need to have their airbags replaced are the following: 2010-2016 Toyota 4Runner 2003-2013 Toyota Corolla 2009-2010 Toyota Corolla Matrix 2004-2005 Toyota RAV4 2002-2007 Toyota Sequoia 2011-2013 Toyota Sienna 2003-2006 Toyota Tundra 2007-2012 Toyota Yaris 2008-2012 Scion xB 2007-2012 Lexus ES350 2008-2009 Lexus IS-F 2010-2017 Lexus GX460 2002-2010 Lexus SC430 2006-2012 Lexus IS250 and IS350 2010-2015 Lexus IS250C The issue this time is the driver and/or passenger Takata airbags may propel metal pieces upon deployment which can result in a serious injury or death. They will need to be taken in to get replaced with a safer non-Takata airbag.
  5. I am not sure what they are attempting with this but rumor has it that Toyota is working on a 2021 Mirai that will run on cow poop. I have a lot of questions when it comes to something like this but if it is possible, this is something that can impact the future of cars. Thoughts?
  6. I know quite a number of people who started with Toyota and stuck with it. I was not one of them. My first vehicle was actually a beater truck. I believe it was a 1987 Silverado. It was in a blue shade and had some issues. I didn't get my Corolla until 2004 and bought it brand new. So from 1998 till then, I drove the truck.
  7. Without knowing what kind of car and year model you are dealing with, I can only offer a few things to try: Drive at 50 mph for 10 miles. Use Your Vehicle's TPMS Reset Button. (I am assuming this is not working for you?) Deflate & Reinflate the Tires Disconnect and Reconnect the Car's Battery
  8. The forum functions great from what I can tell. It looks nice too. It feels very smooth in comparison to some other dated forums I have been on. I am not too familiar with this forum software but I do like it.
  9. I am way to late to be requesting anything, not that I would know if anything would be compatible with mine at this point but that is a great deal. I hope whoever you sold to or gave to made good use out of the parts. These cars are said to be one of the best to tinker with.
  10. I was checking out this car last week and I must admit, it is very impressive on paper. I have not actually gotten to see one in person much less drive one but if I was going to go with a two-seater sports car, this would be up there on my top 2020 list for new releases. It looks very attractive in red and features a BMW-sourced turbocharged 3.0-liter engine.
  11. Dealerships have a tendency to get things like this mixed up by not marking down parts taken out or parts replaced. As mentioned, contact your dealer first and if all else fails, try contacting Toyota.
  12. I am considering updating and getting a 2004 Corolla running as I mentioned in another thread. Does anyone know of a good place to find decently priced parts online? I would prefer to buy online so I can get most of what I will need in one place. Keeps it easy.
  13. What is your favorite classic Toyota model? I am talking about models that are 30+ years old. I have always had a sweet spot for the 1983 Toyota Celica Supra myself. My step father owned one. It was in really good condition as well but he unfortantly had to sell it.
  14. Spotted this in a news article under business. Thought it was worth sharing for anyone in the Kentucky area looking to find some work with the company. Wages starting at $18 with benefits is pretty darn good!
  15. Does anyone have a comparison of both models with details of what is new, changed, or just different from the 2019 model? I want to compare both and see what they have done for the latest RAV4 but I can't find all the specs and such in one place.
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