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  • First Name
    Lee
  • Lexus Model
    IS300H
  • Year of Lexus
    2014
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Northumberland

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  1. Actually I ended up finding it and the code is 1J4
  2. Thanks Halfords did cross my mind so thanks for that! I think mine is 'silver lining met' but a google search of those different silvers doesn't bring up many results. Are those the official colour names?
  3. What's the B pillar? I've found the VIN number on the bottom right of the windscreen but I can't see any paint code there.
  4. Looking for advice about the best place to buy Lexus touch up paint from and also where do I find my car's paint code (silver IS300h) or does anybody happen to know it anyway?
  5. How much did the kit cost from the dealer?
  6. Looking for advice about the best place to buy Lexus touch up paint from and also where do I find my car's paint code (silver IS300h) or does anybody happen to know it anyway?
  7. Thanks this is what I was trying to use but the to Tomtom cable was a bit too thick for it but I sort of tried to make it work anyway
  8. I'm not that much of a DIY person with cars so routing the cable anywhere sounds a bit complicated. It seems a bit silly that they wouldn't have designed a way for the cables to come out naturally since the sockets are under the arm rest!? I did manage to fit the cable to the top left side (in your pictures it's the bottom left I think) and close the arm rest without the cable being squashed as I thought maybe that's what I'm supposed to do and there seemed to be a tiny gap in that area. I assume this wasn't correct?
  9. So the socket for charging any device is under the arm rest (as far as I'm aware?) but what if I need the wire sticking out of the arm rest, like when using a tomtom, but also want the arm rest closed? I assume there must be a way to do this without squashing the wire.
  10. Are there any differences between the initial years of 2005 and 2011 for example? Which years should I potentially look for or avoid?
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