HellRider

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  1. no compromise on japanese cars - always petrol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. This is like advice of top up in my opinion, after putting 100g of refrigerant and 8 grams of oil air con was blowing cold air only on passenger side and compressor was quite loud. Filling up system with 430g of R134 and much more oil (but much less than spec sheet from my original post) aircon is blowing ice cold and compressor work is quiet.
  3. There is misleading label under bonnet that says to fill 100g of R134 and 8g of oil but this is pure bs. After top up 100g and 8g of oil cold air was blowing only passenger side.
  4. So nobody maintain AC, that would explain 0 grams of oil in the system in fully serviced car 🤣?
  5. Hi there, I did air con service and I could not find anywhere how much PAG 46 oil should be in system. All sources say "Refer To Manufacturers Specifications" or "n/a" "https://www.mahle-aftermarket.com/media/homepage/facelift/media-center/klima/thermokampagne/2-2-handbuch-fuellmengen-pkw-&-nkw-200120-gb-screen.pdf" The only one I found is from Australia "Lexus IS250 2006 2008 6 Cyl 2.5 Eng PAG46 7 14002951 R134a 16" but it is for years 2006-2008 source: http://www.austinbaker.net/downloads/2014/2014 ABI Oil Catalog.pdf Will this be relevant to 2010 model? Anyone have any confirmed quantity? Thank you
  6. I asked LEXUS dealer in Leicester 3 times for this and never had any replay.
  7. https://londoncarz.com/vehicle/name/toyota-mark-x-2-5-v6-automatic-fresh-import-only-20000-miles-guaranteed/
  8. !st issue is that you have is220d 🤣 Never buy diesel, especially japanese
  9. I had mine from there but they are based in Germany and it takes a week to get here https://www.autodoc.co.uk/car-parts/guide-sleeve-kit-brake-caliper-15092/lexus/is/is-ii-gse2-ale2-use2/19067-220d-ale20
  10. 06->07: Added shark fin Added X package option Moved gas/trunk buttons slightly and illuminated them Enabled TRAC button to disable TRAC/VSC 07->08: Improved steering feel Added rear legroom due to new shape of front seatbacks Illuminated scuff plate color changed from blue to white OEM 18s color changed to liquid graphite Coinholder added to dash 08->09: A bunch of facelift changes (some interior trim and color changes, bumpers and tails changed, the ugly turn-signal mirrors are added, and the hideous lobster claws become the standard 18" wheel) Paddles enabled to work in D 09->10: Bluetooth now available without nav Nav system updated to match what Garmin offered in 2006 (as opposed to the 1999 era one in the 06-09 models) USB port added for ipod interface, SAT radio now built in as well rather than optional A2DP streaming now possible 10->11: Another facelift with bumpers and whatnot Ugly LED headlamps added (which means AFS no longer offered) Passenger side memory seat no longer available PCS option no longer available X package no longer available Sport package no longer available F-sport package added 350 now offered with AWD Source: https://www.clublexus.com/forums/is-2nd-gen-2006-2013/625596-2nd-gen-is-facelift-refresh-what-when-was-it.html#post7108709
  11. Yes it takes a while, I came from toyota avensis 1.8 petrol and in Lexus I need to make double of the distance to warm up engine.
  12. Yes you can do protective maintenance like changing brushes and cleaning (usually dust is the main cause of electrical failure) same for motor starter However for 190k and 14 years it lasted long anyway.
  13. 21k ?? Not enough used XD, sorry I couldn't resist for 21k diesel
  14. Battery should be around 12.5V so this is ok, alternator has nothing to do with other connections as it is only for direct battery charge Unless you made short circuit somewhere during replacement, check all fuses
  15. It is only oil, filters and differential oil (every 60k miles). The most important is to put decent oil not like generic on from drum as most garages do.