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Found 8 results

  1. Lower Ball Jouint brands

    Morning folks, I hope we are all well? This is my first post since I owned a Corolla about four years ago. Now got myself a Vertex kitted RS200. The passenger side lower ball joint is knackered, and I'm trying to find a reliable replacement. Can anyone point me in the right firection to buy or recommend a decent manufacturer? Obviously there are loads for sale on E-Bay for the IS/Altezza but I don't want to buy some unreliable ebay special. Can anyone help me out? Cheers!
  2. Does anyone know if this is a viable option, in terms of adaptive cruise control? I can't find much more about it ...
  3. Hi fellow enthusiasts, I just ripped my spare unit. I am going to change some bulbs and LED lamps. I am wondering if someone can help me out here and confirm. I want to leave it as original as possible, new bulbs LEDs for old ones that is. I did some research and found out: Radio LCD back light IL901 + IL902 = micro lamp 2x (8V / 0,1A / 0,8W) - soldered - bulb head is about 4mm x 9mm - clear with green rubber cap that would be the same micro bulb as in a GS430 - 2000 - Radio LCD back light IL951 + IL952 = micro lamp (8V 100mA) Radio "key board" back light for the buttons = micro lamp 14x (8V / 0,06A / 0,5W) - soldered - bulb head is about 3mm x 5mm - clear with green rubber cap The 2 bulbs for the Radio LCD back light I've already soldered out. I did not know until now that the on/off button has its own micro bulb - must be getting real hot in there because in both units I have that same micro bulb is shot. AC / Heater control LCD 55900B BULB, AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL....LCD back light! OEM number: 84999-60450 (12V / 1.2W / 0,1A / 1/4 socket / 5mmx10mm- 3x - LCD screen - back light OEM number: 84999-60460 (14V / 1.82W / 0,13A / 1/4 socket / 4mmx09mm- 5x - AC control buttons - back light AC/Heater - key board - control lights for the buttons - clear LED lamps - green and orange - Luminous Intensity 30mcd-40mcd Button/switch - LEDs: 5x green - 3mm - 1.8V??? - soldered - I used 2,2V / 0,02A / 40mcd 2x orange - 3mm - 1,8V??? - soldered - I used 2,1V / 0,02A / 29mcd Not micro bulb! LED lamps!!! Bottom line - heat and age is the CULPRIT. TIA
  4. Just purchased a 2003 Lexus RX300 and every time I press the control panel buttons below the sat nav screen they beep every there any way of turning the beep off or turn the volume down as I have a dog who is frightened of high pitched beeps and will not get in the back of the car which is most annoying..
  5. Console Display

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  6. Hi Forumers, I'm lucky new owner of my Lexus IS200. Unfortunetly when I'm buying my Lexus I won't check mirrors control (setting and folding) and it doesn't work... Meanwhile after buy I also replace car battery, and first thought was fuses. I found something some manual: (I can't set it as image) And I check these two fuses : MIR HTR and RADIO NO.2 and both are OK. What else I should check? Anyone have similar problem? Big thanks for any clues.
  7. Hi, Does anyone have the pinout information for the IS200 AC\Heater dash control unit? Thanks :)
  8. Parking Sensors

    Hi everyone, I have a 2002 SC430 with parking sensors in the rear and front. The system is now beeping/barking from time to time, and sometime constantly....extremely irritating! First of all, anyone who knows where the fuses for parking sensors are placed? Second, how difficult is it to replace/loosen the sensor to start troubleshooting?