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TOYOTA EPC (Electronic Parts Catalogue)... ON-LINE!!!

Discussion in '70-Series Tech' started by lulo, Sep 2, 2008.

  1. oldblue

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    Your Diff lock won't work unless you are in low range plus if you have electric hubs the hub switch must be on.
     
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    Thanks old blue has manual hubs up front so that's that I guess.But for academic interest do manual hubs work a LOT better or is the difference marginal?
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    They both do the same thing, as long as they are working OK
     
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    Ok I have fianlly got toyodiy.com working again...
    I am using Chrome as a browser and installed Hola as an extension... Its a proxy hide thing...
    Told it to use Russia for browsing toyo and boom ! all the diagrams are up again.... Yeeehaaaaaaaaa
     
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    Thanks @kbushnz, this was the ticket! I'm a visual person, and the text was just not doing it for me. ;)
     
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    Hi all

    in case you don't wanna mess (or don't know) with proxies and other kind of similar "hacks" you can use this: https://partsouq.com/en/catalog/toyota they also have Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Lexus and Nissan cars listed over there. Enjoy!
     
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    I know the VIN of my 80 series, but what does 'frame number' mean? Is that the full HZJ80R-xxxxx designator?

    I was going to install that Hola app into Chrome, but it wants to be able to change data for all websites I view through chrome (which includes FB) so I don't know if I want to do that just yet.

    For people who've tried it, how do you configure it to only be used with a single website, if that's even possible?

    Craig.
     
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    Thank you very much, it works!
     
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    Hey, Salut Yvan! How are you doing, long time no hear, hope you're doing well, thinking about you every time I'm sandwiched between semis ;)

    ! Glad you got it working. For me it's just a matter of finding a working russian proxy using an extension for Firefox such as Proxy Selector and use that's it, that all ;)
     
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    Funny, I was thinking about you too the other day. I was passing north of Montreal and seen the Morin Heights sign and the chug, chug, chug sound came to my head thinking back to CD-ROM forum site. lol!
     
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    Funny, I was thinking about you too the other day. I was passing north of Montreal and seen the Morin Heights sign and the chug, chug, chug sound came to my head thinking back to CD-ROM forum site. lol!
     
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    Ahhhhh!!! Those were the Ages of Heroes, so long ago it seems! Are you talking about the cdrom-guide.com? I haven't been there for at least 10 years! Things got so easy after Lite-On came out with its ultrabuffer, whereas before it was almost voodo to make a successful burn on a CD! Now the technology is basically obsolete and I still got a couple 100 Kodak Gold (yeah, real gold reflective surface, 35µ thick, 100 years archival quality) and also a few spindles of Tayo Yudens as well ;) Used to be the 'Best of the Best', hopefully the dies on the blank disks will still be useable when I finally get to archive my best stuff onto them ;) Or maybe not, multi-terabyte drives have made me lazy as heck and besides, I just don't have the time anymore...
     
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    I see the site is still alive and well. I still have a cake and a half left over too of Tayo Yudens...... I've been away for awhile and slowly coming back so finding out the TOYODIY.com can be seen with graphics is a major PLUS! Keep on chugging along my friend, 85bj60!
     
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