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About GTRX3

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  1. Coming from a Subaru Impreza, it makes that thing look like a bargain.
  2. If it is that would be great because brake actuators are b****y expensive!
  3. I've had it since January, it was bought from Arnold Clark. They said it had 2 months warranty from them. Didn't get the extended full year warranty 🤦🏾‍♂️
  4. No left the obd scanner at the parents home. I may have to go to a mechanic/lexus garage. The car has had full lexus service history so far, but its out of warranty at over 80k miles and is 5 years old. I'd imagine thery would charge a diagnostics fee.
  5. Yes, seems like there are more pulses when the brake pedal is pressed lightly or one bigger one when it's pressed more firmly. Tried doing some emergency stops as well just because it had been raining heavily the past few days. I wonder whether its an issue with the brake actuator?
  6. Here's a video of the sound. The battery appears to have charge in it.
  7. Yes that was great. Thank you for the very detailed explanation! I did always wonder how a starter motor would cope with the hybrid system but that makes sense. And did not occur to me about the alternator wouldn't be able to function normally either. Cheers
  8. What is the traction battery? That’s news to me, so there’s no benefit in keeping the car in neutral at the lights? My journeys are on the short side, so that be very plausible.
  9. Hello, I’m new to owning the nx, a 2015 model. Drove it for the first time after 2 days and it’s developed an odd braking sound. There is no noise during the process of braking but when I’m sat at the lights with my foot on the brake (regardless of being in drive or in neutral) there a weird electrical vibration noise which pulses. Almost sounds like a farting noise. I can also feel light pulsating in the brakes for a few seconds. It then is usually gone until the next time I come to a stop. Is anyone familiar with such problems? Thanks
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