Question about 1999 Lexus LX470
Cant get this info anwhere everyone keeps goin back to timing belt its th bit before that
Posted by Anonymous on
Looking from the front of the engine , the pulley mark on the LH cam pulley lines (12o'clock) up with the centre of the 2 notches and the RH lines up (12 o'clock) with the single notch. On the crank one mark will be lined up with a single notch at about the 1 o'clock position and another at the 3 o'clock position lined up with a series of dots. Ensure that you have the piston on TDC no1 first and align the crank marks first.
Posted on Jul 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My information shows that your vehicle has High beam lamps and Low beam lamps .. they are different . which one did you buy?
1) If you bought 1 that is looks like this
It is the High beam lamp
2) If you bought 1 that looks like this
It is the Low beam lamp
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
There are a few thing's, one thing is to not accidentally touch the positive terminal with the negative battery cable or touch the negative terminal with the positive battery cable when your removing or installing the battery, if one of the cable's do touch the other post it may blow some fuse's, on some vehicles with radio anti theft systems when you remove the battery the radio will lock out, if you don't have the code you'll have to take it to a service dealer to have them reset it, other than that it's pretty much straight forward. good luck.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
Lexus lx470 1999 Starter
Look at the "rear" of the engine where it joins the transmission. Follow the positive cable from the battery to it. Cog with the 'teeth' you see engages the flywheel to start the motor.
It looks similar to this.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Simply remove the plastic cover over the headlights and radiator. This is easy to remove by removing the plastic clips. On the headlamp assembly, there are three bolts that need to removed, two under the plastic cover and one at the top of the fender. Once this is done, gently pull it out, it will tend to hold onto the fender as it is grooved to do this...then reverse the steps to reinstall the headlight assembly
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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