Been looking at the rear bumper for a long time. But the toad somehow managed to postpone the moment of purchase for later, she managed to do it for more than a year)
For my birthday, my brother gave me this useful contraption.
I went to the car wash. On a clean car, I wiped dry the bumper, picked out the caps from the native lining, degreased and pasted. Fortunately, at the time of installation, the street was hot at 30 degrees - there was no use of a hair dryer.
View from above
Closed door view
I had to buy and stick it for a long time)
Over the weekend, I accidentally got into the automotive complex - passing by the electronics department, I remembered that there was a second key fob for the signaling on the "Wishlist" list. The previous owner decided to save money during installation and bought a signalization with one key fob. I had two sets of keys on each car and each had a key fob.
In general, remembering the overlay, I decided not to put it off any longer and bought a second keychain. In the next building (the service center of this department), I was prescribed a key fob. He also asked to turn on the sound of arming and disarming. For some reason, it was turned off - either the previous owner wanted it so much, or it was stupidly not turned on during installation. In fact, during the operation of the RAV, I already got used to the fact that the car just blinks with turn signals, but my wife is soaring - the car is closed or not.
At home, I decided to take a closer look at the key fob and made a discovery for myself - it has feedback. When performing a particular operation, he squeaked, announcing its completion and, most interestingly, the main key fob duplicated the signal.
Someone will grin - what's wrong with that, but the signaling that was on my previous cars had a small key fob without feedback.
These are the joys of the little things)