The all new Scion tC RS Hood is here for the 2005-2010 models! Make your Scion tC stand out with this unique hood with functional hood scoop!
- Functional hood scoop to lower engine bay temperatures
- Uses factory mounting points
- Built in hood latch
- Uses factory hood prop
- Windshield washer holes are NOT pre-drilled
- Weighs approximately 10lbs lighter than the OEM hood
- Made out of durable fiberglass
- Designed by André Jeanpierre (aka Aurora)
As with all hand made fiberglass products, some adjustment and modification may be necessary for optimal fitment. We always recommend hood pins to secure aftermarket hoods down.
2015 Scion tC 2.5L Start Up, Tour, and Review
Hey Scion fans! Here we have a 2015 tC.
A BIG thanks to Miller's Apple Valley Chevrolet, Toyota, Scion, for letting
me film their vehicles today!
650 Foxcroft Ave, Martinsburg, WV
DETAILED Review | 2014 Scion FR-S on Everyman Driver
http://www.everymandriver.com/ - 2014 Scion FR-S DETAILED Review and 0-60
MPH Test on @EverymanDriver @IMDaveErickson
2014 New Car Buyer's Guide: Top 10 Sedans and SUVs Reviewed: Buy it here:
Rudy Project Sunglasses 25% Off at this link: http://bit.ly/rudy-emd
Enter the code 'EMD' during checkout at http://www.xx2i.com/ to receive a
Everyman Driver Monthly Newsletter - http://eepurl.com/Pv651
Subscribe now to receive new Everyman Driver videos in your feed:
Listen Weekly to the Everyman Driver Podcast on iTunes:
Listen Weekly to the Everyman Driver Podcast on Stitcher:
Like Everyman Driver on Facebook:
Follow Everyman Driver on Twitter:
Dave Erickson is a Multi-Media Producer, Freelance Reporter, Videographer,
Podcaster and Host. Before Everyman Driver, Dave spent 15 years working as
a TV News Anchor and Reporter.
2015 Scion FR-S Monogram Full Review, Start Up, Exhaust
HAPPYRIDER2011 OFFICIAL SITE: http://www.happyrider2011.com
An In depth review of the 2015 Scion FR-S Monogram. We'll Start up the
engine, Listen to the Exhaust, and
take a detailed view of the interior and exterior.
SUBSCRIBE & LIKE for more videos! New Videos coming every week.
2015 Scion FR-S Monogram Prices: Standard: $28,170
The one Featured in this Video is $29,500 + $3,200 on Mods
2011 Scion tC - Customized by Five Axis
A behind the scenes look at the 30-day build of Five Axis' customized 2011
Scion tC called Bloodshot. Go to http://gtchannel.com for more videos. The
all-new 2011 Scion tC will be available in dealerships this fall. For more
information on the tC, visit www.ScionDimension.com.
Scion Tc Car Show
Detroit, MI Dream Cruise 2009
Check out this Video guys, and please comment on it! I own the black tc
with the blue lights.
No Hood Pins at 100 MPH
#34 Saturn of Jeff Lawton shows what happens at 100 MPH when you forget to
put the hood pins in!
05-2008 Scion tC M3 Front Bumper Body Kit Install
Viniati team installs a Scion tC front bumper body kit onto a customer's
2005-2008 Scion tC. Video shows ease of installation and fitment quality.
Bumper is available on custom order only, price is $365. 888.846.4284 to
2014 Scion tC (TRD Exhaust) - WR TV POV Test Drive
For the best video experience, we encourage you to wear headphones or
earbuds. The audio in this video was recorded with in-ear binaural
microphones. Because these microphones record sound from inside the ear,
playing the sound through headphones gives the sensation of 3D sound. All
of this translates to a very realistic listening experience.
If you haven't already, subscribe to our channel! We post new car videos
like this every week.
WINDING ROAD RACING is here, carrying the gear you need to go faster.
Scion tC broken rear hatch handle panel repair tutorial
**UPDATE** AFTER YEARS OF COMPLAINTS, Toyota in late May 2013 finally
acknowledged the problem and notified registered owners that these panels
would be replaced free of charge with a warranty extension that expired in
March, 2014. If you were unfortunate enough to miss this narrow window for
factory repair, then this tutorial should help. At least, that's my hope.
Scion tC's are great little cars. Lots of fun to drive and very popular.
Unfortunately, they seem to suffer from a common defect. With enough use,
the rear hatch release panel will break off due to the flimsy plastic
anchor points beneath the panel that get brittle with age and weakened with
use. I've seen several tC's around my own town that have had the panels
broken. New, color matched replacement panels are available online as of
this posting for $108 plus shipping, but of course, you need to be able to
disassemble the handle switch, logo, etc. and re-install on the new panel,
which is not only throwing money down the tubes, but time consuming and a
I created this vid as a DIY tutorial if you want to repair it yourself for
around $5 and about a half hour to hour of your time. A little more care
with future use as described in the vid and the repair should hold
One thing I failed to mention in the vid is to be sure that the release
switch wire that goes to the handle grip is tucked out of the way before
refastening the panel. You don't want to pinch these wires for obvious
In order for the simple repair shown in the video to last, you need to
retrain yourself on how to open the rear hatch. If you have a spoiler,
simply squeeze the handle release with one hand and use the other up under
the spoiler to lift the rear hatch. Otherwise, reach underneath the hatch
and lift the panel via the lower lip of the panel (as shown in the vid).
If you don't open the hatch this way as a habit after the repair, you will
probably want to reinforce the repair as shown in this vid with some
plastic wire ties, to firmly hold the repaired release panel snug against
the hatch panel. It's just extra insurance that your panel will STAY
DISCLAIMER AND CONCLUSION: The repair as shown in the video lasted about a
year, but did not hold up to the elements and eventually failed. A better,
and more permanent solution was to remove all the double sided tape, clean
all surfaces with alcohol, remove the large inner plastic rear panel cover,
and use plastic wire ties to cinch the hatch release panel to the inner
metal shell of the hatch lid, after smearing clear silicone adhesive to the
left and right sides of the hatch release panel where it comes into contact
with the hatch lid itself. In other words, just the contact areas I point
out in the vid on the left and right edges of the hatch panel - NOT the
strip behind the third taillight. This repair has lasted so well, in fact,
that I managed to miss the window to have the factory perform the repair.
The wire ties looped through the openings of the anchor points on the panel
and back through the sheet metal of the hatch panel, were the key to
effecting what is so far, a permanent repair.