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  2. So I think I need part no 48934-30010 can someone please double check this Also where in the UK can I get one a Google search only offers American or some other places not uk Many thanks Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  3. I couldn't be bothered with having to do extra wiring just to change my indicators, especially as I haven't got a clue what a PMW module is! I replaced my centre brake light bulb with an LED and it was worse than a normal bulb so I took it back out.
  4. As long as you're keeping the 'Set' button held in while pressing 1, 2, or 3 and keeping them both pressed until you hear a beep, you're doing it right. Maybe something needs tweaking with Techstream?
  5. You're allowed to say eBay and even link to the parts, so that it may help others
  6. Hi thanks for the quick responses I ordered the shock from nippon auto spares from a well known auction site they say it's a new genuine lexus Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  7. did you order your air strut from Amayama or Rockauto or straight from Lexus ? Malc
  8. It’s taxed and motd, wonder if someone has fallen ill at work as so has had a prolonged period off work without needing the car Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. if this warranty just simply covers the batteries then reading the USA posts there are some serious other issues surrounding the hybrid set-up that can fail too The Inverter at $24,000 and whatever this Carbon Switch might be at $7,000 all a bit scary to be sure and for me to " invest " in a much later car and to take out comprehensive Lexus insurance ( is it really that comprehensive ) seems a bit of a financial nonsense to me quite frankly I enjoy my Ls400, and my previous two too at their time. I also have my quite superb 56 plate AWD Honda Legend that I have trouble driving, the seating, steering rake and all else totally fails to allow my legs to be comfortable after 10 mins driving BUT it really is the gf's car so that's all ok Never been a petrolhead nor impressed with status symbols nor 'wanting to have ' the latest or very best of anything tbh, just enjoying good simple quite comfy safe reliable easy driving with plenty of oomph to get me out of any challenging situations .......... oh, and to sometimes race the s..t out of boy racers at the lights I'll take my time to change cars, there's never any rush and there's ALWAYS an opportunity to buy another at some time down the line ...... the world's not short on V8s or V12's for sure My next door neighbour has just changed his 2004 Bentley at 78k miles for a 10 plate at 25k miles, doing his usual few hundred miles a year in it and parking it outside ........ now is that a status complex or what ! His other main car is his Audi S8 ( is it, it's big bugger ) ...................... and his old but beautiful looking Jensen Interceptor might be the alternative car for me BUT I guess that's potentially full of bills if I was to do my usual 12 / 15k miles a year Now a brand new Ls400 to commemorate the 30th anniversary would be a good car for Lexus to produce provided it retained much of it's Old School technology I'd seriously consider buying one of those or sure 19 years in the saddle of a Ls400, so maybe my psyche and ' will ' isn't in bothering to cope with potential car nightmares Thanks for all your help in getting me to this point Malc
  10. its a shared car park - just thought i would ask, doesn't do any harm.
  11. So, very impressed with the ES300h, I’ve had mine since mid September, however on the memory seat function, the tilt and slide steering wheel positions are held in memory, but the seat itself is not retained in the memory. The smart entry and exit works fine, but when setting seat positions and pressing set and 1, 2 or 3 the seat isn’t held in memory. Has anyone else had this issue? I hadn’t read the book until today and thought it was something to do with having both a card key and car key on me at the same time, having left one of the keys indoors, this hadn’t resolved the issue either. A minor niggle so far, but something I’d rather have a bash at sorting before going back to Lexus as I don’t know if I am missing something obvious.
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  13. Have a look on https://www.toyodiy.com/parts/ And for anyone wondering what 'Connector No.2' looks like (like me 😀) it's this:
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  15. Hi all I have a 2004 rx300 on of the rear air suspension units has had it I have got a new one on order my question is has anyone got the part number for the little white fork piece for the air pipe that lexus recommend you change (connector 2 as the diagrams state) Is this an only lexus supplied part or where can I get on in the UK Many thank Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  16. Doesn`t say much about your Security people, does it? Looks more like Clackett Lane Services car park to me !
  17. I replaced my battery 3 weeks ago and have a usb with volt meter in the car and after 14 days with only short trips i did go for an 1 hour trip, the charging volt was 14.2v allmost all the way and did go down to not charging after 55min. So if you use the car like me with only 10 min trips, charging the battery maybe once a month will make your battery happy and last longer. Quote Send Sticky Note
  18. Anyone missing a car or know of this one It has been sitting in the company car park now for nearly 2 months - has a flat tyre and hasn't moved during this time.
  19. AS we've had a dry Sunday today, I managed to flush the system: not much dirt, but it seems it was enough to slow down the flow in the matrix. I now have hot air too. Curious fact: emptying the system from the radiator only (i.e. without undoing the engine block tap I mentioned previously) resulted in approx. 4.5lt of coolant mix. Considering a dry fill is 7.1lt, it means a fair amount of old coolant/antifreeze has remained inside. Worryingly, it means filling with a 50% mix would results in a diluted mix, since I flushed the system with a cleaner mixed with water (empty system, fill with water and the 250ml of cleaner, empty again and fill with antifreeze mix). (litters - LOL)
  20. Fitted them when I had a 2016 NX, easy enough to do. Turn the front wheels to full lock to give you clearance for the screws and clips. For the rears, it easier to Jack the car up a bit to give you more space. You’ll need a small dump screwdriver if I remember correctly.
  21. Jeff. The charger you have listed is a very good charger I have to say somewhat expensive, but does come with some useful attachment leads other than crocodile clamps. At the other end of the price scale is a similar offering from Aldi at £12-95 still with the smart functions. It has a liquid crystal display screen, settings for motor bike, car,and cold weather, and comes with a three year guarantee. It's down side is that if the electrical supply is interrupted it does not turn back on automatically. I have two of these. One keeps my sit on mower battery charged over the winter, and the other keeps my caravan battery fully charged over long periods of non use. This is important because the caravan is fitted with remote control electric motor movers allowing the van to be moved by hand held remote control from outside to get it out of it's tight parking area. I do not have experience of any jump packs. I have fitted a system in my car "basically a 300v to 12 volt inverter" that can be turned on to charge the 12volt battery from the HV traction battery if the 12 volt battery should become discharged for some reason. This is a bit of overkill as I also have a 110 AH 12 volt battery fitted, but although being disabled I like to be independent. John.
  22. Agree with John above - more important to stay on top of the front in recognising when they require replacing. That said, i have just been out in mine after replacing all the pads, and along with the re-greased pins, what a difference in the braking - Replaced them all with Mintex pads, I have never gone for the fancy green or red pads etc, just made sure the ones i have used have been a recognised brand. The brakes are a lot more sharper than before and stop very very well.
  23. This is rather interesting too. https://www.clublexus.com/forums/ls-4th-gen-2007-2017/903381-reliability-ls-460-vs-ls600h-l.html
  24. A good used 2010 LS600H (post upgrade with RSR and 3 rear seats) for about 15k with 6 years warranty on hybrid components would, in my opinion, represent great value
  25. And remember that Lexus now warrants its Hybrid Batteries for 15 years from date of manufacture and still offers Annual Hybrid Battery checks. Did not notice any of that in U.S. Forum.
  26. This very short clip plays sound as now boosted by two sounders with radio on and shows the small amount of cable from Tomtom now visible when the TT screen is not in place. IMG_0202.MOV
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