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  1. Check you don't have a fly buzzing around in the car. The ultrasonics will pick this up... Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  2. I agree with you to a certain extent, however the main component is real leather regardless if it has been colour treated etc. The leather still needs essential oils to keep it supple. I wouldn't recommend something if I didn't feel it was worth it. Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  3. That's good news. I must confess it's difficult to really see the issues from the pics. However once you get your car treat yourself to some Gliptone leather conditioner. I use it on all my car's leather seat's. Easy to use and gives the car a lovely leather car smell. Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  4. That looks similar to my car when I purchased mine. Mines a 64 plate and had just under 21k on the clock. What mileage has yours done as I don't see it mentioned... Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  5. This is why I do my own servicing, you can't trust any dealerships to do a proper job. I would be having a very serious conversation with the service manager! Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  6. Wow that's disappointing to see after only 9 years! If that was mine I'd get a wire brush or drill with a wire wheel and give that a good clean up. Then spray it with some ACF50... Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  7. It's plug and play. Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  8. It's only a small sub box, which I made removable, so worst comes to the worst can remove it when I'm there... Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  9. Thanks for the video, so it looks like it's done by plugging in their diagnostic machine. I will leave my sub in the boot and see if they say anything about getting access to the hybrid battery.... [emoji6] Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  10. Ok I have been meaning to get my is300h a hybrid health check up since I bought it in March 2019... However the dealership isn't exactly on my door step so a special trip is needed. I have now booked my car in for a health check while I pick up a spare part for the Mrs ct200h. My question is, what exactly do they do? Do they need access to the hybrid battery? Because at the moment my sub is sitting in the boot... Or will they just plug in their computer and run a load of tests... Any insight would be appreciated. Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  11. Yeah this is what I was thinking. Does the seat back have a fan unit or is it channelled up from under the seat? Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  12. Just had a look at my front seats, they are indeed perforated which I never considered. I also checked under the seat and there are a couple of channels which appear to run to the top of the seat ie where I sit... Just wondering how difficult it would be to retro fit the ventilated cooling part? If it's just a fan how hard can it be..... Got plenty of space on the dash to fit a switch.... Anyone retro fitted the ventilated parts? Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  13. I wonder how effective the seat ventilation actually is. The heated seats work a treat but trying to get air through the perforations while sitting on the seat must be none existent... Anyone actually got the ventilated seats? Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  14. That's a simple mod assuming we have a fan bolted beneath our seats. I assume that will apply to people who have the ventilated seats, not standard on the executive edition.... [emoji853] Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk
  15. Ooh do share the mod, this sounds very interesting? Sent from my G8142 using Tapatalk