kullyb

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About kullyb

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  • First Name
    Kuljit
  • Gender
    Male
  • Lexus Model
    IS 220d se-l
  • Year of Lexus
    2007
  • UK/Ireland Location
    West Midlands
  1. Hi Roy Thanks for your reply. My winter tyres were budget tyres Triangle i think and even as a budget tyre they were excellent in snow. I am decided now definitely going with Michelin
  2. I will most likely go michelin as goodyear don't do rears on mine in Vector4 seasons
  3. What model do you have? The first year of owning my 220d i got stuck in snow. After which i put winters on in winter. They served me well never got stuck. But hassle of storing and changing too much now. So looking for all seasons just wanted reassurance that all seasons can handle the snow. But yes i am most likely going with michelin cross climate.
  4. Hi PCM Thanks for your reply. I was looking at going with Goodyear Vector4 all seasons but they only do them in 225 45 17 for front but not 245 45 17 at the rear. I have considered the Goodyear Vector 4 seasons on front and Michelin cross climate on rear. But not 100% sure as i prefer same brand all round. In which case i may go with the michelin cross climate all round. Just wanted to get some opinions before i decide. Thanks again
  5. Any recommendations on All season tyres for Lexus IS220d please. Fed up changing summer to winter and vice versa. Thanks for your replies in advance
  6. But can only rotate the wheels if like it says all wheels are same size but my fronts are 225 and rears 245.
  7. Thank you I have come to the same conclusion that the tyres are rubbing hence worn on the insides. Cheers
  8. All possible causes checked by friend mechanic nothing is amiss So only obvious issue is wheels which are worn on the outsides is only contributing factor not going to replace them as tyres are still legal ie well above 1.6mm on centre 3/4 of tyre
  9. Hi Thank you for your reply. I have only just experienced this over the last month. Further internet searches led to a possible issue. I had brake pads and discs replaced around the time this started and I have read on other sites that the back plate had been pushed inwards by something and touching disc on full lock Will check this out if it it could be this in morning.
  10. Hi I am experiencing a grinding rubbing noise when moving forward or reverse at low speed in full lock on.my 2007 lexus is 220d Has anyone experienced this problem and had a resolution to this issue please Thank you as always
  11. Hi I own a lexus is230d se-l 2007 model Recently my front sensors are not bleeping and nor are they showing in lexus park assist screen Only rear are showing The green park assist light is on It is fully loaded model so it does have front sensors as I have used them to get close to front wall of house before for parking Any ideas guys Thanks as always Kully
  12. Thanks Beamish i will try that thanks
  13. Egr was cleaned a fortnight ago as part of the service dpf is not the issue I know that definitely how can you tell if mad sensor is faulty I have no warnings or codes on diagnostic machine dontvwant to pay over the odds at garage if it’s not faulty
  14. Hi it's around 2000 rpm in gears 2/3&4 virtually maf saensor was cleaned and egr
  15. Something new Colin did a full service but didn’t change the fuel filter not sure if this can contribute to the problem its been happening past 3/4 months