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Nick2020

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  • First Name
    Nick
  • Lexus Model
    Rx450h
  • Year of Lexus
    2010
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Kent

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  1. I’m pleased to report that the fault on the power back door has now been resolved, although I’m still none the wiser as to what caused this failure. I had previously tried disconnecting the power back door lock connecter, then checking the mechanism and switches, but no problems were found. This weekend I took the car on a 20 mile drive to charge up the hybrid and auxiliary batteries, which I had not done since the auxiliary battery had been previously charged. I stopped the car and put it in park, with the ignition still switched on, then tried operating the boot release switch on
  2. Hi Mick, let me know how you get on and I will do the same. I’m hoping to get out to car this weekend to check the lifter motor and ecu, as this seems to control pbd lock mechanism and luggage lights
  3. Hi Herbs, Thanks for the information...this is very detailed and I’m sure it will be extremely useful in helping to diagnose the fault 😀
  4. Hi Ken, I’m glad to hear the switch in the glovebox fixed your problem, I just wish the fault on mine was as simple to resolve. If I get chance at the weekend I’m going to remove the PBD lock assembly, then get the multimeter out to check the motor and switches. I’m thinking that the sequence of operation is that the lock opens first, then the lift motor operates to open the back door. Perhaps the motor / switch has failed or the gearing is out or alignment?
  5. Can anyone help or advise me on a fault that’s developed with the Power Back Door (PBD) on my Lexus RX450h 2010 model. A brief background behind the issue……..The car had not been used for over a month, and the auxiliary 12V battery in the luggage compartment had become flat. I discovered this when I went to open the Power Back Door (PBD), using the remote fob (holding the boot release button for 2.5 secs), it made the usual audible sound but failed to open due to the low battery condition. I disconnected the auxiliary 12V battery and fully charged it, but now the PBD fails to open ei
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