Silversalmon

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  • First Name
    Edward
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  • Lexus Model
    Lexus RX450h SEi
  • Year of Lexus
    2011
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    ---------SCOTLAND-----------

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  1. Mark, nothing needs refrigerated up here....... Just joking, I hope you haver a great time, it's a beautiful country, I'm in Glasgow but in a fortnight heading up to Sutherland for a week's fishing. Ed
  2. I think that was only fitted to the facelift 2012 onwards. I agree, i would find that extremely useful.
  3. I bought a Pure Highway 400 and it's excellent. Easy to install and cables easily hidden . Neat install. £60 or therabouts.
  4. One simple eradication is to fold down the middle 20% of the rear seat, that rear seat mechanism is clearly poorly designed. Just lower it and see if the majority of the noise goes away? Ed
  5. My car states towing package also but alas, no tow package existed. Have now fitted one, at not inconsiderable expense, all for a bike carrier. Car is too tall to manhandle e bikes from the roof.
  6. We had a CT and the same issue, was an exhaust heat shield in our case. Wouldn't be surprised if that's your issue.
  7. Really succinct and excellent summary by Herbie. Well done.
  8. The original subject stated it would be his last car, I'm not sure just how long he can wait.............
  9. Fiddly things, check the polarity, perhaps turning battery around? Not being patronising, just seems an easy oversight. Hope that's all it is, can't imagine anything worse. Ed
  10. I'll bet given the lockdown effect on car's batteries there'll be no deals from ECP and the like on replacement batteries for a while!
  11. I have a2010 RX, no TPMS fitted. I think it was fitted from 2012?
  12. Yup, even at full height the wheel isn't easy to remove. A block of wood is a good idea to give you some extra purchase. I suppose long travel suspension doesn't help on big 4 x 4s.
  13. Thanks Ray, problem is the supplied jack barely lifts the wheel off the gound. Project for another day. Did however spot a possible soultion using strong tape you put over the existing cap, let it bind to the cap and after ten minutes pull it back quickly and hopefully it takes the cap off with it? I need to get a life....
  14. Does anyone know if it's possible to pop off the centre caps of wheels without removing the wheels? Tried a small screwdriver but looks easy to scratch the wheel lacqeur. Is there a knack? Clearly bored to tears...
  15. Hello Jonathan, whilst my own RX is thus far dry my daughter who has a 2007 Honda Jazz has water ingress problems in the boot. Youtube pointed out the weld seams as the likely culprit. I sprayed on some sealant around the seams but she still has the problm. I noticed the issue raised in Honest John.He referred to a cabin vent flap? I havent seen her car but perhaps most cars have such a feature. I took a snapshot of the letter and am enclosing it. Just a thought? I'm very sympathetic to your cause, it would drive me crazier than 3 weeks isolation....