Unless you can get zero percent financing on something new! Has always been garaged and well maintained. In case Allstate is reading this! While I used the parking brake to control the vehicle the pedal did not unlock. Although I kept pressing on the brakes nothing happened and I ended up crashing into the car ahead of me and causing a chain reaction involving four 4 other cars, then swerving onto the side of the road and finally coming to a stop by hitting the traffic light pole. After 2 hours I was told that in an effort to gas up my vehicle, my brake booster failed at the gas station and was being transported to the dealership but I was told that the vehicle was too dangerours to drive and that I would be provided a loaner. Checked abs sensors and tried reseting ecu by disconnecting battery terminal however issue was still there and annoying. Call your local Lexus dealer for further inspection.
Replaced sensor and working perfect for 10k miles now. Papaobewon answered 4 years ago Since it is not a warranty item I would not go to Dealer to repair! By the computer at the dealer, I mean that the service guy told me that they had hooked it up to the diagnostic computer and could not find anything wrong. The engine oil life and the maintenance item code will blink. Depending on the model, this may not work. If the computer is loosing the signal from the switch that the car is running although it is it might cause that.
I just tried it and yes I had the whooshing! These guides serve a few purposes. It could be anything from a loose gas cap to a serious engine problem. Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide. Keep holding the button until the indicator goes off. These are the warning lights that come on when you start the car and usually go out. I will ask my mechanic to perform what Papobewon suggested.
Fortunately, it took only four days to be repaired. Every time a indicator light comes up it costs me money! If you have recently filled your tank, unscrew and tighten the gas cap till it clicks. And each time it cost me a few hundred to get it sorted. Another possibility is the connector to the ignition switch. Can anyone suggest me what to do? I currently have the car parked. And other advice interestingly enough was to just ignore it since we live in Florida and it most likely deals with handling the vehicle on slick icy roads! Here is the interesting thing, during the hot months, all lights disappear and all three lights appear in the winter. This article applies to the.
My pedal locked after two days of the service!. None of the air bags deployed. When I wasn't driving it, it was parked in the garage. When the car was picked up I asked the truck driver if he picked up many Lexus's for brake problems the answer was yes. I took it to my mechanic and said as long the lights do not bother me I can drive it.
Answer these questions for me, please? Look for anyplace the voltage is different. Then start the engine and check for a driver signal to the 4 coil. Started the engine and all lights went off. A Lexus transmission is worth thousands of dollars, so it is best to contact the dealer immediately. I do have after market audio system in my Lexus too.
Thanks Chris, I feel a little easier now although it is now getting interesting and frustrating! Instead of buying a new alternator, My brother had open the old alternator up and changed out the alternator brush? Dose anyone have any suggestions? If there is no continuity repair the open or short to ground in the circuit. They told me they couldn't find a error code. It mainly happens during very cold weather. More likely you'll find battery voltage staying near 12. Gamebaaz answered about a year ago I am hoping someone can help me here. I should have realized then that this is not a rare problem. If it doesn't, searching Clublexus.
My local garage said nothing to worry for these lights but i think these lights on means there's a problem. If there is no voltage on the driver circuit, then turn the ignition off. I am buying another car and want to sell this one, but want to make sure it disappears before selling it. I would try this before going to the dealer, try to save some money. The only way to make them go off is to stop the car and turn it off and restart. I am afraid that this is something major and dangerous. Prior to purchasing my Lexus Rx330, I owned a Toyota Cressida for ten years.