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    Default ]]]]] Problems in New 2009 Corolla

    NOTE: Only 2009 Corolla Owners


    Discuss the problems that you have faced with your 2009 new corolla. I am not here to solve them but let's see how many 2009 corolla owners are satisifed with their car. Only Corolla owners comments will be accepted not honda fan boys or anti-corolla peoples.













    [toofast edit] This is not a Corolla/Civic comparison thread. This thread will help future car buyers. I would recomemend same type of threads for Civic, Baleno or any other car owners too. All Civic or non Corolla owners please stay out of this thread. i will delete any stupid/unrelated replies from this thread. We need input from current gen. Corolla owners only. Thanks
    It is impossible to please everybody.

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    ^ 1.8 and still you feel that its underpowered?
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    Yea man it is, i really have to push on the accelerator
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    ^ Can you post some pictures?
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    i have 2009 altis cruisetronic SR . . its a good car but its ac is not performing well . . have to drive above 60 to make it cool . . i got it checked from toyota walton and they told kaa due to leather it does not performs well . .

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    ^what leather ???
    http://www.darsequran.com/

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    leather seats which look more like rexene

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    how are the brakes of gli? plz tell me because i like the car which has the best brakes, as gli has abs, ebd with brake assist.

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    @afan

    Brakes of GLi are quite good. There is no skidding issue with GLi. Also the brake feel is way better than the previous model. When I drive cultus or datsun 120y after driving GLi, I feel that if the brakes have failed in these cars .

    One more thing; one issue was reported with the ABS of GLi sometime ago by a pw member. The ABS stopped working and toyota mechanics and technicians could not diagnose the problem. As car was in warranty so they replaced the car with a new one (i think 200k or 300k were paid for the new car). Other than that I haven't heard of any issue with the brakes of GLi.

    Thanks,

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    Friens i own a 2009 GLI,1st problem is its gear shifting especially the reverse gear which is stiff mostly,TOYOTA ppl dont hsve sny dstidfsctory reply except blah blah.But steering and drive is very light which i like.Robudt suspension.Silver handles yeeeeakh.Good stability.Good body contours.ABS is ok,at least it works.Recommend it for bumpy and jumpy Pakistani roads.

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    @all is there anyway to get the ECU to a safer place so that we can wash the engine?
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    thanks rizi

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    @daniyalahmad

    I think to move the ECU, you have to alter the wiring so you should not move the ECU.

    If the engine bay is dirty then you can use engine bay cleaners to clean it. And if you want to wash the engine then just cover the ECU completely with some plastic bag. Please make sure that ECU is covered completely. Also don't use high pressure hose to wash the engine bay. And don't use excessive water where electrical components (Sensors) are located.

    Thanks,

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    ^^ Thanks for the info,
    But if one covers the ECU with a plastic bag, there still would be chances of moisture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniyalahmad View Post
    @all is there anyway to get the ECU to a safer place so that we can wash the engine?
    get it serviced form toyota it will be their head ache if something happens
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    ^ You are clever
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertypoiu View Post
    get it serviced form toyota it will be their head ache if something happens
    they will claim a faulty ecu and charge you for it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by OptimusSS View Post
    they will claim a faulty ecu and charge you for it !
    I dont think so.

    assume i have new corolla its running fine and i am getting its work done from authorized dealer and i tell them to service it and take care of the Ecu. so in this case if something happens they are responsible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertypoiu View Post
    I dont think so.

    assume i have new corolla its running fine and i am getting its work done from authorized dealer and i tell them to service it and take care of the Ecu. so in this case if something happens they are responsible.

    If you'er so confident, try it out.

    A few years back i sent my honda city to the dealership for the regular maintainence, when i got the car back there was a scratch on the dashboard the dark brown panel near the stereo, and i was charged for its repair( when i say repair i mean a little touchup so its not too visible).

    This is just my experience, i was once told that someones steering wheel apparently locked up on the motorway, and the car was totalled. Indus motors took no responsibility.

    They dont give a damn once the car is sold, even if they mess it up.


    And actually an authorized dealer would never spray water in the engine bay.

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    Hmmmm
    so the verdict is not to trust these so called "Autherized Dealers" aswell?
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    ^^ Didnt you read the starting post?
    I guess you didnt,
    So here Im repeating it for you.

    Quote Originally Posted by internal_auditor View Post
    Only Corolla owners comments will be accepted not honda fan boys or anti-corolla peoples.


    [toofast edit] This is not a Corolla/Civic comparison thread. This thread will help future car buyers. I would recomemend same type of threads for Civic, Baleno or any other car owners too. All Civic or non Corolla owners please stay out of this thread. i will delete any stupid/unrelated replies from this thread. We need input from current gen. Corolla owners only. Thanks
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