Beast666

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    Rachel and Craig
  • Lexus Model
    is200
  • Year of Lexus
    2019
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Yorkshire

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  1. I did not know that they have gotten that fussy. I will have to investigate a potential leak. My mechanic is one of those who just wants simple in out jobs.. very much appreciated. Wonder if it's a manifold gasket or something.
  2. Hi all, This is bugging the hell out of me and my wife. Her is200 had the engine management light come on and it was reset a couple of times. The issue was/is bank 2 sensor 1 O2 sensor fault. This had been replaced, in fact all the sensors had been replaced and we kept the old ones as spares and for tests. Our mechanic has done everything he can think of and we even had an auto electrician have a brief look. It was all then reset etc but 15 minutes later...bam, back on. I then got my OBD2 code reader out and yep, same issue, same fault. Reset it and 30 seconds later back in. It reads the fuel mix as fine etc but it's just bugging us. Our mechanic has suggested we consider him taking the clocks out and pulling the bulb because he is flummoxed by it. Any suggestions?
  3. Hi all, Can't figure this one out so thought I would ask here. These stupid rear light bulbs, much prefer the old bayonet fitments but hey. So, I decided to totally upgrade all the bulbs to leds but the tail/brake lights are proving to be a right royal pain in the backside. They will work for the main red lights but the brakes won't light up as this is as standard a duel bulb. On the other hand, I have had it where one bulb (drivers side) will work on the brakes if the passenger bulb is unplugged and the lights are turned off, but then go out again and refuse to work when the headlights/tail lights are turned on? Box standard bulbs work perfect without issue no matter what and this is now the 3rd set form different sellers! Any idea what it could be or any recommendations for a set of bulbs that will work. Hope someone can help, Cheers
  4. bugger, I was hoping that wouldn't be the case. We only have one of those 2 ring, counter top cookers because our kitchen is that small. Thanks for the reply as it's very much appreciated.
  5. Hi all, my wife owns a pretty nice is200 and it has had a fair bit of money spent on it over the last 12 months, one being a new engine as the original just failed from multiple places for some unknown reason. For her birthday I am going to be tinting all her lights but wanted to surprise her with some sequential halos and Demon eyes, the problem is the headlights are a pain to remove and I wanted to ask if you can just remove the lens, if not, I still need some advice on how to remove the lens if possible please? are they glued or screwed? Thanks, Craig