Ive been a Lexus owner for almost 7 years, there just isnt anything that comes close to its quality and comfort. If no voltage there, try disconnecting the condenser. Take all 4 bolts out, remove the black plastic cover and you will see the spark plug wires. I ran regular in mine for 4 years and 120k miles with no problems. It takes a lot less time to talk to someone on the phone. Have you had your timing belt serviced? Verify that the voltage reading is 2.
If you want an in-car phone an upscale electronics center might have digital in-car phones that you could install in place of the existing analog unit. Remove the rubber gasket and the spring lock. This process takes around an hour and a half. This code is basically identical to P0385. The distributor rotors are both good and the tune-up is in good condition. They are obsolete analog devices.
And you can have him fix it for a lot less fee. Correct timing setting is very easy to set, but one cannot tell you what you must set it to, especially if you want to fine tune it. It is about 30 minutes of work to do. Answer - local and hiway vary. There is a Box Area to include this information. If not as specified, repair or replace the wiring as necessary and continue the test. He said it would be ready tomorrow.
Don't think premium fuel will fix your problem but it won't hurt to try. The heated seats are also known to fail and are not really fixable. Apart from all of that be under no illusions about a Lexus like any car basically anything can go wrong but it is a quality product and if well maintained it is a good starting point and I still love mine I still do in 2016. Once things start breaking on older cars, they don't seem to start. You have to remove the black plastic cover that is in the center of the valve cover.
Some of these cars have covered a high mileage and if servicing has not been done on schedule it can cause major problems. Here's a tutorial on removing the handle - he also has a tutorial on removing the inner door panel, which is a necessary first step. It has spark, starts, and runs intermittently. If not, repair open or short in the wiring to the crank sensor and re-check. Engine on this car is strong. This should be 5 volts dc. It's simply easy once you have your hand behindand twisting the plastic prong behind the light! You have to remove the black plastic cover that is in the center of the valve cover.
Many owners just put up with this, the rear vision mirror is also known to suffer with a similar fault. Brakes are not the best on this car. I have the same prob with seat belt---loose, toooooooo much loose, donno how to fix it yet. Has anyone had the seat belts fixed before, so i can know what price range im looking at? Remove the bolts to the alternator and replace it. Measure the resistance across the A and B terminals Fig.
If you do not, then, obtain a resistance reading of your crank sensor from a repair manual. There'sgood info and diagrams on the Clublexus forums. Take all 4 bolts out, remove the black plastic cover and you will see the … spark plug wires. Finally,I had it repaired at LexusTech. He also pointed out to my dad that because the seat belts are electric that the car could actually be a 95 and not a 94? This rules out any wiring problems from the start.
Need to pull the check engine code to see what it's trying to tell you. A retro fit to standard shocks is apparently possible but is unlikely to be financially worth while now. Dec 18, 2011 Hi, it can be either of those or possibly a shorted condense or a bad crank sensor. And recently i tried to give it alittle gas to get up and go and the rpms dropped, i let off the gas and started slower and it ran fine. When the vehicle is sparking, it also runs perfectly.
Considering your problem, In older systems I would have said that the timing is advanced but with ls400 I would not dare. An aftermarket repair is available but it it is still over £200. Type in ls400 antenna in the search field. The distributor rotors are both good and the tune-up is in good condition. Testing Crankshaft Position Sensor 2.
Antenna: There is a plastic wire with teeth which get stripped. Fuze box 1 is located next to tour battery and manages bigger electronic functions. There are so many different types of crank sensors that there's no way to put here which resistance reading is correct. Resistance cold should read 1630-2740 ohms and hot; 2060-3225 ohms. Answered on Mar 06, 2015. Remove the top protector cover to the radiator so you can see what you need to. Second, the other guy is way to overpriced.