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    Good afternoon All

    I wanted seat belts installed in the rear of my Extended Cab. I specified this when I ordered. The workshop however had a reason why they could not do it. All excuses to my ears. So I said I will sort it out.

    Has anybody found a rear seatbelt kit for the 2018 Extended Cab yet?
    Apparently a kit can be ordered for the Legend 45 model, from some aftermarket installers.

    I took my Extended Cab to an installer of the Legend 45 kit.
    They quickly stripped and confirmed. Threaded mounting points are already installed in the rear pillars by the factory, for a three-point safety belt. I took pictures of the one side. Did not confirm the middle as that is easy, if no mounting points are there.

    I have asked a dealer for pricing on the two covers and the two seatbelt mechanisms of a 2018 double cab.
    The bottom, dark gray, covers will need to be modified to allow for the belt to pass through. These covers look different to the Double Cab covers.

    Any info will be appreciated. Otherwise I will report back once the job is done.

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Sorry, forgot the photos.
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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HJG View Post
    I ended up going with the auto. I drive in city traffic in the mornings so that was the deciding factor. The auto is also better for when my wife has to drive it, since she is used to driving an auto Fortuner. The auto is also great for towing. I have a offroad caravan with a tarra of 1200kg and the Hilux tows it effortlessly in comparison to my previous 2.5 diesel Triton. The Hilux now has 7000km on the clock and according to Fuelio the avg consumption sits at 9.5km per liter. This includes a lot of city driving. Overall I am very happy with the Hilux. my only regret is not waiting 3 months to get the facelift with the better radio and reverse camera.
    Quote Originally Posted by SamM View Post
    Hi Blinkfan, I've only done 3,321 km in past 3.5 months. Overall average is 9.03 lt/100km (I personally fill to make sure the tank is full and do my own calculation). The onboard computer is as near as dammit accurate.
    Driving has been mainly short town trips plus one round trip of 650 km through the Cederberg.

    At this stage I am more than happy (but I still miss the Defender - guess this is a landy thing which some may not understand ). I will be back into the Cederberg again next month, this time towing my Metalian for the first time with the Hilux.
    I went with the auto. The facelifted model would have been nice, but with the discount they offered me on pre-facelift I couldn't say no.

    Initial impression:
    - Feels rock solid. Maybe too solid, but I'm coming from a Forester which feels like a luxury sedan so all bakkies will feel hard I guess.
    - Auto will take some getting used too for me, but in sedated town driving it is effortless and does what you expect.
    - Very quiet cabin.
    - I miss a volume knob on the radio
    Last edited by Blinkfan; 2018/09/27 at 03:12 PM. Reason: Added initial impression

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    2017 2.4GD6 SRX D/c 4x4
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    No rattles
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    Almal kry die voorreg om onnosel te wees, net jammer party maak misbruik daarvan

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Anybody know how to turn off that stupid buzzer when keyes in ignition and car off??

    Most annoying thing ever.

    Cheers for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by swainsons View Post
    Anybody know how to turn off that stupid buzzer when keyes in ignition and car off??

    Most annoying thing ever.

    Cheers for now
    Just close the door

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    Quote Originally Posted by swainsons View Post
    Anybody know how to turn off that stupid buzzer when keyes in ignition and car off??

    Most annoying thing ever.

    Cheers for now
    The dealer can turn it off with their laptop
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    Quote Originally Posted by swainsons View Post
    Anybody know how to turn off that stupid buzzer when keyes in ignition and car off??

    Most annoying thing ever.

    Cheers for now

    Here you go:

    https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum...uzzer%2C+Hilux
    Everything is a hammer.
    Unless it is a screw driver.

    Then it it a chisel.

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Coming from a 3.0 D4D I'm very happy with the 2.4

    Bought the facelift so don't have the buzzer as it have the "Auto" lights

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Took delivery of a 2017 Hilux SRX Raider yesterday. Unfortunately it has only one key, anyone have an idea what a spare key costs?

    With my Chev Utility I had the best consumption on Sasol petrol. Any suggestions regarding diesel?

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    When I bought my SRX earlier this year, I got 3 keys :
    2 keys that fold into the remote
    1 "wet" key ie no remote and you can take it with you when you go swimming / surfing etc

    I would demand these from the dealer
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamM View Post
    When I bought my SRX earlier this year, I got 3 keys :
    2 keys that fold into the remote
    1 "wet" key ie no remote and you can take it with you when you go swimming / surfing etc

    I would demand these from the dealer
    I bought from Inspecta car. Will find out from the dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MORNE CLAASSEN View Post
    Sorry, ek het 2 ure gewag.
    Hi Morne,
    Kan jy vir my foto stuur van die install van die cruise control ek wil ook in my 2018 2.4 SRX 4x4 in sit.
    dankie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandveld View Post
    Dis n halfuur joppie gewees op my 2018 model!
    Hi Sandveld
    Het jy fotos van die install van die cruise control wil myne ook doen face lift 2018
    Dankie
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    Quote Originally Posted by KAAS NC View Post
    Hi Sandveld
    Het jy fotos van die install van die cruise control wil myne ook doen face lift 2018
    Dankie
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    Kaas hy lyk presies soos die op die 2.8 bakkies. Jy het regtig nie n foto nodig nie. Dit werk 100% en is beslis die mooite werd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandveld View Post
    Kaas hy lyk presies soos die op die 2.8 bakkies. Jy het regtig nie n foto nodig nie. Dit werk 100% en is beslis die mooite werd.
    Dankie

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    I had a look at the manual and the oil filter and oil is changed every 10000kms, why are the air and fuel filters only changed at 30000 and 40000kms?

    With my previous vehicles, petrol and diesel I changed all the filters at every service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hennie84 View Post
    I had a look at the manual and the oil filter and oil is changed every 10000kms, why are the air and fuel filters only changed at 30000 and 40000kms?

    With my previous vehicles, petrol and diesel I changed all the filters at every service.
    But their manuals most likely did not specify that to be necessary.

    Change all the filters at every service if you want. It won't do damage, it can only be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hennie84 View Post
    I had a look at the manual and the oil filter and oil is changed every 10000kms, why are the air and fuel filters only changed at 30000 and 40000kms?

    With my previous vehicles, petrol and diesel I changed all the filters at every service.
    We can argue about it all day if we want - the 3.0DE and old 2.4D was serviced every 5000km - oil change. If you want to the argument that air and diesel filter must be changed every 10 000, then may consider changing them every 5000 like we used to do in the old days.

    The fact of the mater is that engines last. Long! Very long compared to older tech engines. I would imagine that filter changes are determined scientifically and empirically - not just thumb sucks. So I trust Toyota they they know what they are doing.
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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Not arguing or want to argue, asking to clarify.

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