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TurboSingh12 wrote:Any fram oil filter # for the 2014 Aqua?
cryotec wrote:TurboSingh12 wrote:Any fram oil filter # for the 2014 Aqua?
2014 aqua uses the 1NZ-FXE engine which uses Toyota 90915-YZZF2. Plugging this in FRAM's site, we get PH4967.
https://www.fram.com/parts-search/?ref= ... XfvHuwC6QA
*$kїđž![emoji769] wrote:U have 4 salermspower wrote:2017-2018 model Toyota Aqua crossover edition is $85,000-$90,000 if anyone interested.
agent007 wrote:Can anyone link these for me:
1. Auto dimming rear view mirror
2. LED tail lights from the 2015 version
3. Original 16" rims
4. Front and rear mud guards
5. Center console with lid
6. Rear cargo cover assembly
Can the aqua accommodate a rear disc brake setup and a front strut tower brace? Also, did anyone explore any upgrades to the intake and exhaust system? Curious as to who pushing more than the stock 99hp in these cars.
Its the facelift model. Same front as what Toyota Trinidad selling. I have one coming in, will be here by beginning of March. Call me if you want to view it.Kronik wrote:This is a new version or something?rmspower wrote:2017-2018 model Toyota Aqua crossover edition is $85,000-$90,000 if anyone interested.
TurboSingh12 wrote:*$kїđž![emoji769] wrote:I am lookin for a good aqua to buy...can anybody recommend a seller or can import 4 me ?
Achievors best quality and price i see so far
salty_dawg wrote:Poor poor after sales service and technicians clueless. Made me purchase a battery after I carried the car to check, got an appointment one week after the check was done and the battery was already bought and activated ... error message went away the day before I had to go in to change it,..... they said ...” sorry these things does happen”
So what I supposed to do with an activated battery that I paid 500 plus for?... nothing...
O and mind you , when you call and say you have an issue, they will NEVER call you back ..., you have to go in and tell them you trying to book a service to check an issue.
Scamps... that’s my 2c.
I have other issues and examples, but I’ll stop here for now...
And just imagine , 3 months I bought the vehicle and the secondary battery not covered under warranty eh...
Pm sentvvenum wrote:agent007 wrote:Thanks for the response venom but I am not on fb.
they have a whatsapp group too, inbox me your number if you wanan get added
Thanks bro....ramishrrr wrote:Once the battery in the smartkey is low or dead, the smartkey has to be placed near the Start/Stop pushbutton for the sensor there to communicate with the transponder in the smartkey. The lit key symbol on the dash is normal for that.
The hybrid system and its ancillaries are different from a gasoline-only powered vehicle. There are lots of sounds that you will hear and will have to get accustomed to. You have no control over these systems, except by powering the vehicle off.
If the 12V AGM battery under the seat has to be charged, HV from the battery pack goes to the inverter, breaks down to about 14.5V and charges the battery. You have no control over that.
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