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Old Red Celica

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Old Red Celica last won the day on November 12

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About Old Red Celica

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  • Birthday 24/06/1964

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    Wymondham, Norfolk
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    Toyotas! Oh and my family
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  1. I've been told that wheel wax reduces the amount of brake dust that can stick to rims. Got the wheel wax, maybe I should use it !!
  2. I think the cats in hybrids have some extra valuable metal in the basic petrol cars. As a new cat for a celica starts at about £50, can't see a scrap one being worth the hassle.
  3. Hmmm. Interesting, I only joined TEC in '99, so the JAE at Billing in '99 was my first JAE.
  4. Z Club started it. My first on was in 1999 and it was well established by then.
  5. As far as I know, just running smaller wipers is legal.
  6. Small update, bit the bullet and bought this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SALE-Car-Fault-Code-Reader-Engine-Diagnostic-Scanner-Reset-Tool-OBD2-EOBD-OBDII/254233252735?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 Far better bit of kit.
  7. I had the Avon under car covers 3 of them. one soft one on the paintwork, then 2 waterproof ones to keep it dry. The bonnet came up with micro blistering, so now I just let it sit in it's car port/shelter and wash the dirt and dust off in the spring.
  8. Unfortunately the area around the valve is a place they go, on any alloy.
  9. Did they remove the decorative studs (look like 12 point Allen key bolt heads) If not there is contamination coming out. If they did remove them, did they use Stainless Steel and use something like epoxy resin to seal the holes that the bolt goes into up.
  10. Bought one of those cheap ones myself. It did not read codes so contacted the seller and got a full refund, without the expense of return postage.
  11. Why not make a drive out of picking them up? A weekend away with someone special. Saves the kit getting damaged.
  12. With cross bracing (noggins) that would be fine.
  13. On Ebay OBD2 code readers are about £12- £15. The one I have is now only £9 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Car-Fault-Code-Reader-Engine-Diagnostic-Scanner-Reset-Tool-OBD-2-CAN-BUS-EOBD/223031484977?epid=0&hash=item33edb66231:g:rkgAAOSwCA5baCHy
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