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  1. Time ago I began to feel my car vibrating, especially at low revs. Driving another car with same engine confirmed this, older IS 300h was much quieter. I've noticed my car's engine start up is much harder than before, it feels like there is some resistance. Usually i drive only in urban areas, speeds below 100km/h. Today i drove on a highway and it was really problem to keep 130 km/h. My car for sure has lost a lot of power, or there really is some part making serious resistance in the drivetrain.
  2. Hi, I've been having this problem for a while now. There are similar post but not found a definitive answer yet. Here's the problem: When I accelerate hard in third or fourth gear the engine hesitates or feels like there is a loss of power at about 3000rpm. If you keep you foot down then the engine never picks up properly again. It feels like the Rev limiter is kicking in or one of the cylinders has stopped firing. It is not every time but happens more frequently when warm. I have had the DPF filter removed and the EGR valve cleaned which improved the MPG and I hoped it would solve the hesitation but unfortunately didn't. Can anyone help?
  3. Hi, I'm new on here but hope someone can help identify a solution to an odd problem with my IS220D. The car is a 2010 reg with around 80k miles on the clock. Fully serviced on schedule by Lexus. Recently needed to have the EGR valve replaced but since then, and progressively getting worse, when the engine is warm there is a marked hesitation when accelerating beyond around 2000 rpm and a complete loss of power. When the car is stationary the engine can be revved throughout its range without hesitation but the problem always occurs when the engine is under load. I can accelerate away from a junction in 1st and through 2nd gear with no problem but when the car is on the move and a similar maneuver is attempted then the problem occurs. It feels like a misfire but I'm at a loss to understand why it would only happen while driving and not when stationary or pulling away. Any thoughts or suggestions? Many thanks
  4. Hi, I've been having this problem for a while now. There are similar post but not found a definitive answer yet. Here's the problem: When I accelerate hard in third or fourth gear the engine hesitates or feels like there is a loss of power at about 3000rpm. If you keep you foot down then the engine never picks up properly again. It feels like the Rev limiter is kicking in or one of the cylinders has stopped firing. It is not every time but happens more frequently when warm. I have had the DPF filter removed and the EGR valve cleaned which improved the MPG and I hoped it would solve the hesitation but unfortunately didn't. Can anyone help?
  5. Hi I have a is220d and when it is hot it judders when pulling away in 1st gear, the fuel consumption is also poor. Like many on here I thought that it was either the clutch or DMF. However thinking about the fault it felt like when I used to have a really old car with a manual choke ( I know old fart) which gets left out too long and it wants to stall . Thinking about how it could be over fueling or the mixture was not correct I thought that the MAF had never been cleaned or replaced so I gave it a good clean with contact cleaner and ran the car through Birmingham in the rush hour and it was like a different car and the MPG increased by 5 MPG. I know that this might not be the cure for all clutch judders but as it only involves removing 2 screws and £5 worth of contact cleaner it might be a first place to start.