200h

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About 200h

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  • Birthday 06/03/1968

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  • Lexus Model
    IS300h
  • Year of Lexus
    2013
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Cheshire

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  1. puncture repair kit replacement

    there have been topics on here regarding cutting down the compartment so it will fit in, with the space saver in the wheel well
  2. just change the batteries and the remote will still work without any further action taking place.
  3. if your key isn't detected place the lexus emblem on the back of the remote against the start button and then press the button as normal the key will be recognised then. the most annoying pop ups i am seeing at the moment are the black friday ads every time i come onto the lexus / toyota forums
  4. it looks ok . for me the rear is too low i dont like the look when the you lose the gap between the tyre and arch i'd rather have an even gap between the tyre and arch but thats just me
  5. puncture repair kit replacement

    is this the same part number for your refill https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-OEM-Lexus-Seal-Tyre-Repair-250-300H-04-2013-Onwards-C604847051-/263174733950?hash=item3d466fc07e
  6. puncture repair kit replacement

    using the tyre repair goo is the biggest mistake you made due to the cost of replacing it i always buy a can of tyre weld and have that in the boot as its the cheapest option to use, but i would now keep the empty can because you can now use the compressor to inflate your tyres with this empty can fitted to the compressor, you can then get to a tyre centre and have the puncture repaired.
  7. here is a link with an exploded view of the exhaust system i know the link is pointing to the rc300h but the 200t isnt listed the part numbers are listed with a price in $. http://jp-carparts.com/lexus/partlist.php?maker=lexus&type=245120&cartype=4&fig=1702 parts 17408 No1 & No2 are the needed parts
  8. yes it does ,its just a pity that once you reset it ,it doesnt stay off until the next time you start the car rather than every few minutes the alarm re-appears
  9. pop up hood failure like the sensor warning you'd clear it then it would come back on again.
  10. i have just made a quick sketch of a cheap mod for the tail pipe, if you cut off the down turned tail pipe on the 300h then had a flat plate with 2 bolt holes and a length of tube welded onto the original tail pipe you could then mount the oem tail pipe finisher onto the oem exhaust.
  11. Retro Fitted Cruise Control

    this just goes to prove the difference in knowledge between dealerships liverpool said the same to me it cant be done whilst chester fitted CC to my Ct its a pity the dealerships aren't owned by lexus so all dealers would be as knowledgeable as one another.
  12. Audio Upgrade

    isn't that the same as a crossover as it supresses the signals going to the speaker so the speaker only receives the frequency's it was designed to reproduced
  13. Audio Upgrade

    is the acoustic correction filter similar to a crossover that has preset levels.
  14. if you where driving on batteries you would have the blue arrows being displayed showing the batteries where powering the wheels.
  15. yes there is the face lifted mk3 thats on sale now