Question about 2006 Lexus Gs 300
AFS off light on dash what does it mean and how do I correct it
Or open the little control panel and press the afs button.
Posted on Jun 26, 2011
This is a possible sensor malfunction - related to Suspension Height circuit.
Whenever a warning light of this nature is displayed, your vehicle's onboard diagnostic OBDII will have store the appropriate Trouble Codes.
Your local Lexus Dealership will be able to connect their handheld scanner to your vehicle's computer, which will then tell them where the problem lies (this would take less than 30mins to diagnose - marvellous machines they are!)
Lexus will then direct you on the appropriate action.
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Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: What does AFS of mean????
Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS) is used when for example if it was day time and you entered a dark parking garage the lights would detect and adapt to the lighting environment which will then automatically trigger the Bi-xenon headlights to turn on themselves in order to illuminate the road ahead when the vehicle anticipates it is necessary. It is an automatic feature which turns on by itself for your convenience therefore you wont have to induce any actions, the car does it all for you. And most Importantly (I quote) "the Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS) automatically controls the headlight lighting pattern according to steering angle and vehicle speed to help provide better visibility at night."
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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