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  • First Name
    Wayne
  • Lexus Model
    Is300h f sport
  • Year of Lexus
    2014
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Dublin

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  1. Hiya i found it looking straigh at me 😂 Thanks very much for your help mate.
  2. Cool i still have to chexk . I did see tge battery and punture kit but dont recall much room there for anything else . Il double check 🙂
  3. Perfect thanks Phil , il try pull the floor part up to check under it .
  4. Hi all, Do you know if the IS300H comes with a jack. I know there is no spare wheel but there is a wrench for opening the wheel nuts and what looks to be a metal long rod like u use to turn up the jack . I don't see a jack there in that area. I didnt check under that plastic panel as its stuck down amd i presume thata where the hybrid battery is so i dont want to mess about there. maybe its hidden else where ? Thanks
  5. Hi all , Any ideas if the attached wheel in the link will fit my is300h F sport ? https://m.ebay.ie/itm/163264650251?_mwBanner=1&ul_ref=https%3A%2F%2Frover.ebay.com%2Frover%2F0%2Fe12052.m43.l1123%2F7%3Feuid%3Db2272601a25c466881c377c387bf7f52%26bu%3D43762952567%26loc%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.ebay.ie%252Fulk%252Fitm%252F163264650251%26sojTags%3Dbu%3Dbu%26srcrot%3De12052.m43.l1123%26rvr_id%3D0%26rvr_ts%3Ddae120011660aad9a9f7db97fff48554&ul_noapp=true The original wheels are 18 and this is a 17 . As Greg made a good point would it fit over the f sport break calibers ? Or are the break calipers on the f sport the same as the executive models which have the 17 inch alloys ? I went to lexus and ur man in the parts hadnt a clue or no interest he just said we dont do spare wheels that's what the gels are for and took my number and never rang back. Thanks .
  6. Thanks Bob. I went up to Lexus this morning to get one and the parts department was closed . Was it a space saver wheel you got and if so what size to give me an idea when asking. Thanks .
  7. That's a very good question i have wondered that myself i read mixed reviews on that so i feel the easier and safer way is to have a spare in the boot .
  8. Perfect Gareth id be the same . Thanks again very helpful ad always 😊
  9. Cheers Gareth . Was it an alloy u got for that price or juat a normal wheel ?
  10. Thanks for the reply Gareth il check it out. I might see how much an original alloy will cost through Lexus , it will pay for itself in years to come for the piece of mind .
  11. Hi all, I am looking to put a spare wheel in the boot of my IS300H F sport as i don't want to be caught out some night if i get a puncture. So the question i have is can i use a spare wheel of a nissan that has the same size as in 114.3 but its a 16 inch wheel where the alloys on my F sport are 18 inch. Would it do damage to the drive train or anything by driving with a wheel that's not the same size ?? Thanks .
  12. Hi Gareth, i changed over to my first hybrid myself 3 months ago and i had the same concerns as you. the battery level goes up and down like a yo yo . i thought it would last longer driving on electric mode but it seems to all balance out when u drive it and by breaking, the battery meter goes back up fairly quick and ur ready to use the battery again. either way when it gets to 2 bars and of u are in traffic or driving in a 50k and the engine isn't on it will kick the engine in and recharge. i had the battery health check done by the lexus dealer and the report stated all was good. if u get ur car serviced by lexus the hybrid health check is free and once they pass it u will get a year or 15,000km warranty on ur battery . as the lads told me on this form don't worry about it just drive it and enjoy it the car knows what it is doing leave that to do the work it's designed to do and enjoy the comfort of ur new car 🙂
  13. not only are they costing us a fortune when mechanical problems fail now they are hitting us with stupid sensors in tyres that for years there was no need for them and now there is. its nearly a luxury to own a car these days to maintain them and it will keep getting worse with all there new tech and gadgets there putting in cars .