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  1. I had this issue a couple of weeks ago with a Kia Sportage, virtually same issues.....ended up changing the alternator and sorted it. However, the alternator was trying to charge so I checked all the leads, especially the earth leads to ensure there was continuity throughout the charging circuit before committing to a new/rebuilt alternator. If the alternator is hot then chances are it is more than likely faulty. Let us know how you get on with it
  2. Can you clean up the connection or make an external connection with some wire and splice it into the loom? If not, then breakers yard is the other option I suppose but possibly has the same issue if it is a common fault Let us know how you get on with it
  3. Let us know if it fits okay, cheers
  4. Hi ..... welcome to the Forum Good to have you onboard
  5. Hi Pob....welcome to the Forum I personally would go for the older version solely because they were free of any issues and not so sure about the newer spec ones. The CDTi engine is sound and should never give any issues so no worries there. Just make sure that if it is the older model that it has been maintained correctly and at the specified times. Let us know how you get on with finding one
  6. I think you'll find once you use the system (Sat Nav and Radio) that it will take the time from these signals and update the time/date automatically
  7. yes, same area but seperate when removed the retaining screws
  8. Hi....welcome to the Forum from memory and replacing control unit on a CRV a few weeks ago, carefully remove the fascia plate and the panel stays in place with a couple screws retaining it. Replaced the panel and the A/C worked fine after that. Let us know what you find
  9. Hi....welcome to the Forum Not entirely sure of accessing sub-menus in the vehicle system and indeed what levels are available in the dealer software/hardware to be able to initialise this feature. As you say, it is functional in the States and also other countries where insurance specifies it has to occur for reasons of personal safety. It is worth asking your local dealer if they can 'switch it on' for you. Let us know what you find out
  10. One from a Toyota owners club news page but the principles are the same https://www.toyotaownersclub.com/news/articles/tips-on-how-to-keep-your-car-germ-free-r117/?fbclid=IwAR13lZqb_h4a90IwUtOwnnBMaEOg29r8g0XT8R22Obxbpjr6ndIu70zbDpA
  11. From 30 March 2020, MOT due dates for cars, motorcycles and light vans will be extended by 6 months. This is being done to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. https://autoevoke.com/index.php?/news/forums/from-30-march-2020-mot-due-dates-will-be-extended-by-6-months-r119/
  12. Hi....welcome to the Forum Usually DAB requires an additional aerial to pick up digital stations. https://www.halfords.com/technology/car-audio/stereo-fittings/autoleads-dab-film-antenna-smb---dab-aa1-338357.html Worth trying for £20 to see if that improves things
  13. Hi Nick....welcome to the Forum I believe there are a few other early Accord owners on this site. Many miles on it? Good to have you (and your wife's car) onboard
  14. Hi....welcome to the Forum I'm not sure personally but if local then I would be tempted to try them for size, if not then I suppose if they have a returns policy then maybe this is the way forward?
  15. Hi....welcome to the Forum Sorry to hear about the FRV as the diesel engine is usually so reliable Look forward to seeing some pics of the Stream
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