Fig

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About Fig

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  • Lexus Model
    GS300
  • Year of Lexus
    2005
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Staffordshire

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  1. I have my wipers in the up position currently and they behave normally (GS300 2005)
  2. Professional Detail

    is that Euro carparts stoke if it is it will be autobrite that did the work
  3. Have you tried getting a picture of your car and then using photoshop type program and creating different colour masks for the calipers . I did this when considering wheel colours
  4. I have had it for the last 4years Oh and the wheels are badly corroded
  5. Have 12 yr old mk3 2005 GS300, engine fine no oil consumption. Have had sticking rear calipers though.
  6. Hmm https://www.toyota-tech.eu/GTS/Wizard/Step2-intro.aspx it would seem you need an activation license Oh well it looked promising but back to plan A
  7. techstream can be downloaded from toyota directly https://www.toyota-tech.eu/GTS/Wizard/Step5-Software.aspx i think you have to register it and will need a suitable connector. i havent got round to using it yet so dont know for certain it works
  8. My 2005 GS300 uses about 0.5l every 8000miles(ie per year)
  9. I have taken the liberty of talking to the congleton store manager about this. He is aware of the cards and there are similar cards for other clubs/associations and certainly when the card is presented they have no problem with it. the store manager is my son
  10. Tyre pressures

    1 bar = 14.5psi
  11. consider a sony z3 compact good phone works well with 2005 gs300. although phonebook was transferred from an old nokia
  12. HID Light failed while away in devon went to Lexus exeter. didnt have bulb so ordered for next morning . Then fitted while waited charged £5 for fitting (+ cost of bulb)
  13. Nearside rear box heat shield came off few months ago (GS300 2005) no apparent ill effect so far David
  14. DNS numbers become 12 digit when padded with zeros