• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

5 Neutral

About mikes5

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • First Name
  • Gender
  • Lexus Model
    IS 250
  • Year of Lexus
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Greater London
  • Interests
    Classic Cars

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. My IS250 2006 70k miles Just changed spark plugs always keep engine and suspension clean
  2. I have a IS250 2006 with rear camera only any one know if sensor wiring loom is fitted in FRONT bumper area as i would like to fit sensors Thanks
  3. Thanks for all your advice Mike
  4. have had car since 55k miles, service history not clear if they were replaced, the box was ticked at 30k no indication why. Will check when we come out of isolation and can get home.
  5. When would you advise to change spark plugs? 70k miles IS250 petrol , engine running smoothly, fantastic car do i spend £140 +DIY or leave it alone, only do about 5k miles per year Thanks Mike
  6. SL did it myself not too difficult if you have replaced disks and pads before.
  7. My IS250 2006 calipers 56k miles were seized when I purchased car. could not free seized sliding pins. Replaced calipers with Lexus parts were not too expensive. OEM pads and disks were replaced at same time. Job was not too difficult. I now grease sliders every year.
  8. Fantastic car had it for five years It has always been like that. I think it must be me feeling colder old age 80 Thanks for your replies
  9. Lexus IS250SE 2006 Do I need a new THERMOSTAT Outside Temp 5C Temp gauge takes 8 min to reach centre of gauge driving at 30mph Is this normal ?
  10. There are a number of these on +bay,with different "system" numbers, which one did you purchase?
  11. Model without electric moon roof. How do I get at Bulbs. model not shown on Youtube. Do I just pull off defuser or the panels sunglases holder, not fitted, just blank panel Thanks for any advice.
  12. Good luck when you get manual. I have never been able to master mine, far to complicated. Main problem being only accepts first three letters/number of post codes. Using my simple tried and tested Garmin