SteveAudioX

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    Is 200 sport Navigator

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  1. Did you search the LOC forums? http://www.lexusownersclub.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=9184&st=0&p=85055entry85055 The photo links are still there. I still have a unit never used wrapped up in a box in my loft, but you'll need a sat nav unit to connect to it which has video composite output (yellow phono) and someone to wire it. .
  2. I let Fargo (Paul) know so he can come on and answer, as I have his number Just texted Paul, he said he'll come on LOC and answer...
  3. I let Fargo (Paul) know so he can come on and answer, as I have his number
  4. Hi Gavin, Following this thread is great. I am sure you've seen these links below, but add your thread to this and it makes a very very interesting read for those who are keen and interested in these engine mods. I can't wait to see your car up and running again with new photos. http://my.is/forums/f114/building-aristo-s...-driver-329091/ http://my.is/forums/f114/2jzgte-vvti-dyno-...45/index28.html Blinding...
  5. Try http://www.greenlightinsurance.co.uk/
  6. Follow the OEm cable routing and tie the new cable along side it, the Oem seats have cables in them on both sides for the seat belt tensioner (SRS) just follow and tie alongside that loom, it will allow your seat the same movement without disturbing your existing or new cables.
  7. You can always shut yourself inside the boot, have a friend outside (key ready off course) run water from a hose pipe around the boot lid and rear screen (upper) region and see where the water is getting in from, also pour buckets of water as sometimes the leak needs pressure (i.e. travelling on rainy day on motorway and water is pushed into the seams with force) I had a simular thing going on many many years back on a peugeot 406, and found it was the seal. just removed it, and put it back on, solved the problem, seems to have sunk too low, well worn in fact. it was an old car so never thought of replaceing any thing on it.
  8. Take it to a friendly mech, and see if it can be soldered/welded, obviously would need the pipe off first. But Tigerfish idea should normally work, bear in mind it is a high pressure pipe. I remember the one on my 530d had a loose end bold (after changing the engine and forgetting to torque up), liquid leaked completely in no time at all!!
  9. Sounds like you need a replacement battery...especially if never been changed. you could test it first or re-charge it and see if it holds the float before you spend.
  10. Glad you got it sorted, you should dip the ballast the other way round when mounting them so water will not enter the cable section.
  11. Mr Aido., must i remind you what I used to do. Could have given u one for free b4 i left the Uk that is for a car and works on the move. If it the model in the photo, it sould work from car battery right, as it looks like a car model the antenna looks like it is only designed to work whilst stationary though....... Steve
  12. I can do you a 30AMP or 50 AMP or 80A or even a monster 250A one, email me csdesignsteve@aol.com
  13. If you are to get 1, ensure it's the clifford one, Intellistart model.. This will also work on Manual gear cars. Also the chip in the key will eed to be bypassed as said above. All other brands of remote start are not worth the effort, I promise you.