? How anyone can come up with a figure that high for fixing is a joke, you can buy a new car Albeit it a very basic one for slightly more than that. Maybe a little more detail would help. Lexus has refused our request to reimbursement or even to consider that the mirror could have exploded. Sure enough when I got the car home I took the connector apart and found that there was moisture still within it. Engine Oil This is the oil pressure engine light. If you have a wavy line underneath the oil can, it means the engine oil is low. If somehow the contacts are worn or damaged, they could make the same type of contact they make when you turn the key on, thereby starting the computer self check sequence when it is not supposed to.
Have you had it done? If the light is blinking for a noticeable amount of time about 30-60 seconds before turning solid, bring your vehicle to our service center, as there may be an issue with the monitoring system itself. What is annoying is buy a toyota and the service costs, spare parts, fixing etc will all be reasonable prices yet they share a lot of the same bits. I immediately changed my plans and went to the dealership. Read how to do it yourself. Sure enough when I got the car home I took the connector apart and found that there was moisture still within it.
So, what should I do, what can this warning mean, and is there a way for me to self-diagnose? If you are interested in advertising a for-profit service,. The most I would suggest you get is around 320 miles on a long run from your tankful. Another possibility is the connector to the ignition switch. Surely an '05 must be under warrantee yet, if so, it's their responsibility to fix it, not just tell you they can't find the problem. £2085 for the wiring loom and £1725 for the pump add to that the labor and Tax. I raced out and made a crude rubber gasket for the filler cap replaced the cap drove the car 200yrds and the lights went out and have not come back on since. I personally doubt that it would be serious to drive that way, once they come on.
It failed, less than 10 pence worth of metal, but a new drive shaft was required. This light indicates low or abnormal oil pressure in the engine. To be honest I am unlikely to buy another Lexus. My thought about the ignition switch remember, the ignition switch has 2 parts, the lock cylinder and the actual contacts It would not be the lock cylinder, it would be the actual contacts. Nothing else, just stays on when I turn on the car. The picture shows a bad corrosion; well that is what it looks like to me from the black and white photo copy.
This engine-shaped light is important to look at if it kicks on. As the car has been serviced as required at Lexus dealerships and was only six months out of warranty you can imagine how I felt when the Dealer told me that Lexus were not interested in contributing towards what to me seems like a design fault. Took it to my regular garage mechanic, and he replaced the Oxygen sensor and the rear fuel sensor. Is this a sign of things to come. Hope you manage to resolve without too much expense! When the fault occurred the car only had 31k on the clock. I have no idea how many cars could be effected with this issue.
Hi Martin, Very sorry to hear of the problems you are having! The flashing light, in this case, is simply telling you the systems are operating and keeping you from skidding out on the road. They also could not duplicate the lights going on--neither could I--it is so random. If you have any questions please call 608-821-6000. Would the extended warranty have covered this huge bill? Until I had this problem my opinion of the Lexus Dealership I have been using was very high, but now I rank them rightly or wrongly along with the other main dealer who have tried to rip me off in the past both Ford and Vauxhall. If it comes on while the emergency brake is not engaged, it's indicating that there's a problem with the vehicles braking system. Nothing else, just stays on when I turn on the car. When this light turns on, it could be a sign that tire pressure is low in at least one tire.
These are the warning lights that come on when you start the car and usually go out. Has anyone else experienced this? With the faulty sensor the car ran perfectly apart from a very slight increase in fuel consumption. The lights did not come on after a restart. The more components a car has, the more potential there is for things to go wrong. I've had a good look at mine and the cables are nice and dirty so heaven knows if salt and water has got itself in there. £250 for a drive shaft would have been a bargain! And despite the services having been carried out and Lexus honoring the remainder of the warranty, replacing corroded wheels and roof rails and replacing the battery when it failed , they did not want to know about this problem as the warranty period was up, stating that the purchase from a non franchised dealer as the reason.
Then when I put in fuel, there is no problem. Here's a quick guide to. Makes you wonder how necessary it actually is. Sometimes it comes on after we have been driving for a while. Best of luck and I hope this helps someone.
This occurs after driving for some time or even a long time--again, no pattern or rhyme or reason for it to occur. May be this is a bit unfair as the problem is with the car, but my natural distrust based on experience just makes the £5k quote hard to swallow. It seems we are starting to discover a few more failings than wheel corrosion and lurching gearboxes! I figure the airbag will not work if we were in an accident. This occurs after driving for some time or even a long time--again, no pattern or rhyme or reason for it to occur. I've had a good look at mine and the cables are nice and dirty so heaven knows if salt and water has got itself in there. If this was the case the car would cost about 200K to buy. I have searched Internet and find that the coils code 90919-02251 vary in price from £ 8.
This has been occurring for the last two 2 years. No need to worry since this is simply telling you the feature is operating no malfunction. At the time I checked to forums and searched the rest of the web and could not find anyone else who has suffered the same sort of issue but it sound like you may be another victim. May be this is a bit unfair as the problem is with the car, but my natural distrust based on experience just makes the £5k quote hard to swallow. When you purchase a New or Lexus Certified Pre-Owned your vehicle will be delivered by one of our specialists.