I think it's called Adaptive Front Steering?? There are several reasons why your Lexus is showing warning lights. Hi Normski Thanks for the info. Now I cannot sell or trade-in for another and am not sure I even would buy another one. You are not the 'Dance Energy' Normski are you? There are two different types of lights that can appear. In fact never found the engine easy to start compared to other cars. 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. Display items can be switched by, displays the elapsed time after engine starts, when the engine is started, driving time counted, displays the average vehicle speed since engine.
In this case, stop your vehicle and contact your local Lexus dealer. Check the power steering fluid level; if it's full, contact your dealer. Although admittedly the connector does not look like a cheap under specked part. Would the extended warranty have covered this huge bill? Just as an aside, it would be nice to hear back from the Posters on how they managed to resolve the issues. If you have a wavy line underneath the oil can, it means the engine oil is low.
I asked the cost of fixing the problem if it arose again and they quoted £950. Call your local Lexus dealer for further inspection. The Lexus is a very technologically advanced vehicle. If your Lexus vehicle's dash lights are not working, there could be two possible issues: the dash light bulbs or the dash light fuse. Oh and you are right. My connector however does not show any corrosion that I would consider should cause a problem. Or has the problem gone away? I came to learn about the issue June 1, 2017.
This was the cause of my problem. The lights stayed on, but when I turned off the car and restarted it, the lights are gone. It is recommended to contact your dealer when a serious warning light comes on, and drive as little as possible during that time. It will come on to indicate that the emergency brake is engaged. Here's a quick guide to.
Here's a quick guide to the most common warning lights. Does it monitor the spare? Try not to drive with it on for a long distance. Hope this helps ps I get 240 miles from a full tank if just commuting and have got from 450-500 miles on a pure motorway run not using the trip computer Thanks Ditcher and Tel for your imput. You never want to drive with low engine oil. However if I do that and the problem persists, logically meaning that the problem is actually with a faulty pump rather than with the connection, I am stuffed and will face the prospect of having both replaced.
Simply connect the scanner tool, or a computer if with scanner software downloaded to it. It seems we are starting to discover a few more failings than wheel corrosion and lurching gearboxes! To be honest I am unlikely to buy another Lexus. Call your local Lexus dealer for further inspection. Otherwise, you could just take them to the dealership. There is nothing more annoying or potentially troubling than the dreaded check engine light.
I think it's called Adaptive Front Steering?? But that would be based the assumption that the problem is with the female part of the connector, as there is no significant corrosion on the male pump side. They now say the program has ended on May 2017. Switches between odometer and trip meter displays, the button will reset the trip meter when the trip meter being displayed, the brightness of the instrument panel lights can be adjusted, to prevent damage to the engine its components. Seems like a more costly approach to me. Anyway, this button turns it off.
My warning light comes on when it feels like it, but now when you pull up at the traffic lights, its like a disco with the lights moving up and down all the time. That would then go through the system when the fuel level is low, causing one fo the exhaust sensors to go off. 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. There is nothing more annoying or potentially troubling than the dreaded check engine light. If it doesn't, searching Clublexus. It is not next to the reset.
If you see the same exact symbol, only in blue instead of red, it indicates that the coolant level is below what it needs to be. They said that they had found water in the connector, had tried to dry it out but the problem remained. Yuck if yes, since spare is mounted under car - valve stem up! So, what should I do, what can this warning mean, and is there a way for me to self-diagnose? Sure enough when I got the car home I took the connector apart and found that there was moisture still within it. With that approach I am still looking at a bill for just over £2K. I bought it in June 2008 They suggested it was a problem with the catalytic convertor I'm totally illiterate when it comes to cars so they could have told me anything and the car needed a good run out on a motorway I'm a 5 mile through the city commuter which was handy as I was making a weekend trip to Manchester.