J Henderson

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    IS 250 F-Sport
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    2011
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    WestLothian
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  1. The function is only on cars that have memory seats. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  2. J Henderson

    Power Steering Failure - Adjusting Belt

    Sorry mate, never got around to fitting them before I sold my car. PM sent Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  3. J Henderson

    Power Steering Failure - Adjusting Belt

    I have a full set of belts for an IS200 that I need to get shot of. £20 if you're interested.
  4. Yes, I noticed a small improvement. the 20% brighter claim seems accurate
  5. I fitted Osram Cool Blue Intense bulbs to my car a few months back and find them to be pretty decent. They're said to be 20% brighter than regular bulbs, which sounds about right.
  6. No. They're not plug and play on a faceflift. You'll have to fit an additional wire as outlined in the guide I posted earlier.
  7. Does your car have memory seats, or is it a MY2011 face-lift model, like mine? On a 2010 F-Sport, they're plug and play, so you can just test fit them. The wiring/connector for them is already in place so it's literally a 5min job to pull off the OEM plates and connect up an illuminated one to check if it works or not. If you have a later car, a small and simple mod is needed to make them light up This guide shows you what needs to be done - Illuminated Sill Retrofit
  8. J Henderson

    Lexus Essential Care servicing

    Yes, I always take advantage of the Essential program. Your car doesn't seem to get treated any differently and genuine parts, high quality oil etc is used, so why not. Whether the book gets stamped or not seems to be dealer-dependent. Lexus Edinburgh have always stamped the book for me.
  9. Yep, the "GFX" kit Is/was an official Lexus product, not a third party effort. As normski says, finding any of it brand-new from a dealership might be a tall order. It was fitted as standard to the short-lived SR model, however, so there's a small chance of one showing up on eBay etc. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  10. Is this what you're looking for? Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  11. Here's my effort. [emoji3] Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  12. J Henderson

    My IS250 F-Sport

    Yeah, I did. If left parked up for a weekend or so, the car would struggle to start. The battery eventually died in August so I had to buy a new one. I just disconnect the camera now when I leave the car parked up for a while. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  13. J Henderson

    My IS250 F-Sport

    Its the A119S I have, but not a V2. It's been in my car and working fine for over a year now. A couple of things to mention. The reliability issues you've heard about might be down to the type of SD card being used as I had some bother with a SanDisk one. After swapping it for a Samsung card though, problem solved. Another thing is that the optional GPS module doesn't fit very snugly which can make captured footage shaky. You can solve the problem by packing something between the two surfaces to ensure it doesn't move. I use a small zip tie. I believe the V2 version of the camera fixes the problem as it has a redesigned GPS mount. So, go for that one (if you want GPS functionality). Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  14. J Henderson

    New owner of 2006 IS250 SE-L - My project thread

    No problem. The flasher relay is up underneath the dashboard, on the driver's side above the pedals. Its not too far from the fusebox. It can be a bit awkward to get to, but removing the lower dashboard panel where the OBDII port is, makes things much easier. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk