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For heavy machinery cars etc. luckily there are many websites
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for eg site like reliable-store is very active in this.. instant help, emails and all that's fantastic

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 14, 2019


Turning over and cranking are the same thing. Starting or firing is what your Lexus is not doing.

Tow it to a Lexus dealership. They have the electronic diagnostics to find which of the hundreds of parts that could cause this has failed. Correct diagnosis is the key, and you replaced two parts that probably didn't need changing as it still doesn't work. To check the fuel pump, you put a pressure gauge on the fuel rail and turn the car over, then compare the pressure on the gauge with the nominal pressures mentioned in the workshop manual. One faulty coil pack would not cause your engine not to start.

My ES330 has had all of its 8 month services at the Lexus dealership since 2007.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 13, 2019


Sounds like the battery is no good (not holding a charge)

2007 Lexus ES... | Answered on Feb 12, 2019


This may be helpful:
I just did my timing. Didn't mark the belts before taking them off. Doesn't matter how the belt goes on as long as the timing marks line up after the belt is on. Make sure you get the crank pulley to top dead center (TDC). There are markings on the both the cam shaft wheels that have to line up with marks on the engine. The spots that need to line up are probably marked with paint, if not, don't worry there are small grooves on the cam pulleys themselves that line up with a small ridge on the engine behind the wheels. Once you get those lined up, you should probably figure out a way to keep the wheels from turning while you put the belt on. It isn't easy to get it on without them turning. You can try zip ties around the belt on the inside of the cam pulley or a pin or something to hold them in place. I'm assuming you bought a new tensioner. When you pull the pin on it to tension the belt, if you are not extremely lucky, the cams will turn if they aren't held in place. I know because this happened to me when I did it. My cams advanced so I had to advance the timing on the crank pulley to make up for it and pull the belt back on to the crank. Once you get the belt on with the tensioner pin pulled and tension on the belt, turn the crank pulley by hand and all of your timing marks should line up perfectly every other rotation. Don't try to start the car if the marks don't line up. I rotated my crank pulley by hand a total of 6 complete rotations to make sure they all lined up every other full rotation. If they don't line up, you have to get them lined up. Most importantly, assuming you took the rotors off, make sure you put them on right. There is a tab on the back of the rotor. Look at the back side of the rotor and you'll see by looking where they go on how it goes on. If you put them on wrong, your rotors will be off by 180 degrees, you'll put everything back together your car won't start and you'll have no idea why since the timing marks line up. I know because it happened to me. I was following online instruction with pics and the pics of the rotors had them 180 degrees off. Once I finally figured out what was wrong, had to take it all apart again down to the rotors. Not fun and not a good feeling to do all that work and finally finish, turn the key and nothing happens. If your timing marks line up and you make sure you match the tab on the rotor with the slot on the cam pulley, it will start right up once it's all back together. This is not an easy job but you'll be able to get it done and you'll be a much more confident mechanic when you do. Good luck and get a repair manual from James well worth the$20.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 12, 2019


Try resetting the tire pressure sensors. The reset is located underneath the dash just above where your right knee would be while sitting in the drivers seat.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 11, 2019


here's a website that has all this in formation about all this and manuals everything totally free there are many actually but I personally like few .. let me know if u need help
thanks

Lexus ES 350... | Answered on Feb 07, 2019


I got this free Pdf manual from reliable-store for free and I don't think Ive visited a mechanic or fixya for help for more than 3-4 times out of the 20 times I fixed the chipper in these 4 yearsmust try this bitman and reliable-store. Both are good

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 06, 2019


I got this free Pdf manual from reliable-store for free and I don't think Ive visited a mechanic or fixya for help for more than 3-4 times out of the 20 times I fixed the chipper in these 4 yearsmust try this bitman and rel iable-store. Both are good

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 06, 2019


You found the right place right time buddy.. i know a lot of websites for repairs and manuals that can really help u..

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019


You found the right place right time buddy.. i know a lot of websites for repairs and manuals that can really help u..

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019


https://toolsnyou.com you will get the service and repair manual from the given link with diagram to fix the problem on your own

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019


2008 Lexus IS250 AC low pressure charging port is located on the driver side close to brake booster. I accidentally saw it while changing the O2 sensor.

2008 Lexus IS... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019


I suggest you get the car to a good mechanic who knows Lexus cars.
  • C1201 = Engine Control System Malfunction (VCS lamp ON-RX3) or ECM/TCM malfunction / 51
  • C1441 = ?(Code not listed so please recheck it).
  • P0300 = Random/multiple cylinder(s) - misfire detected.
  • P0302 = Cylinder 2 - misfire detected.
  • P0303 = Cylinder 3 - misfire detected.
The first one is a possible problem with the engine management system, (the car's brain). This could be a cheap or an expensive fix.
The last three are the cylinders not firing properly. It could be a problem with fuel or spark into those cylinders.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019


This is a misfire on cylinder 6.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019


You need a Lexus dealership or a good auto-electrician. There is likely a lot of damage including the ECU and other electrical components.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

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