2005 Corolla CE
Got the new gaskets installed. They are much nicer than the 16 year old originals. So far so good and no leaks.
There are dozens of codes. Scan the P and C codes and see what you get. Erase and scan often until you figure out the trend.Hello Sarge -- Would like to know a bit more about what you did there. Have the same problem with my '05 I just bought with 249K on the odometer!
C codes are Chassis codes. Basic scanners only do P [Powertrain] codes.Thanks -- I got the P0071 and P0420 codes, not sure how to scan C codes. Will research. Merry Christmas!
All the functions are retained in the steering wheel, with the larger screen it shows how crappy the factory camera is, I need to upgrade that, it's liveable but could be a lot clearer. Two thoughts after the first week, I opted for the non navigation version thinking Google Maps or Waze would be my go to navi and it works fine but is definately not the Garmin in my wife's Odyssey. Second I lost the screen in the middle that shows the compass and the street which I thought I would really miss because that was my default but I have it on the speed/range screen and it's ok. I would be interested to find out if someone went aftermarket with nav if that screen is retained. As far as the Alpine unit itself, the "gauge" function is pretty useless as is "car info", it has a lot more features that I need to figure out, Android Auto works fine but only with a cable, that's stupid, it ought to be standard bluetooth. I bought the adapter and kept the factory GPS and Sirius antennas. In the end I accomplished what I wanted, a decent size screen, and Sirius showing the actual album covers of what's playing instead of the stupid artist pic that the factory entune showed. If I would change anything, I would have spent a bit more and gotten factory nav. That may be a future upgrade but I think speakers is my next addition.Very cool. All the stock Toyota functions/settings can be accessed still? Reverse camera?
2015 Platinum. Definitely going to stay a pavement princess/grocery getter since it's the wife's truck and family vehicle with baby #2 on the way. I'm particularly excited because as nice as it is (and man is it ever nice), it means that my Tacoma is now the smaller of the two, and I have more freedom to do to it whatever I please without having to worry about it staying the main vehicle for moving the whole family around.