Pete Zahut

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About Pete Zahut

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  • First Name
    Pete
  • Lexus Model
    RX450h
  • Year of Lexus
    2013
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Lancashire

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  1. That dash cam is way too low and just screaming for some bored Plod to walk past it to aid him in his daily targets.
  2. The bad capacitor issue of LS400 ECUs is very well documented and has a range of dozens of possible symptoms, so you really need to bite the bullet and get that done first to give you a stable baseline to work from.
  3. Herbie's first post above links to a very well-written and detailed guide on how to carry out the coolant flushing and replacement procedure on a 1999 LS400. He even states that "if you're not going to do the job yourself, skip to item 7". Having looked myself (just out of curiosity as I don't have an LS400) I can confirm that "Item 7" lists the quantity you require. If people are going to take time out of their day to help you, the least you can do is to read what they post. And just to pick up Herbie's point about 'googling', if you enter "1999 Lexus LS400 owners manual" as the search phrase (without the quotes) then the first result that comes up is a sponsored advert by 'emanualsonline'. The next result (the first 'real' one after the advert) goes to drivers.lexus.com where you can download a free pdf version of the owners manual. Alright, it's the USA/Canadian version but close enough and may be of use to you in the future.
  4. So let me get this straight. You pull out the 15A Dome fuse from the "main fuse box" - where is this main fuse box? You seem to think that this 15A fuse feeds the whole of the fuse box in the driver's footwell Is the fuse box in the driver's footwell the same as the picture that @runsgrateasanut has posted above? If so, there is absolutely no way whatsoever that a 15A fuse can be supplying the power to that whole fuse box and all the devices it feeds, so you need to do more investigation.