This lack of responsiveness leaves both the vehicle and passengers exposed to accident and injury. The first lasted a day making the car seem like the demo I test drove. I thought it was the throttle body at first cause it's done this before and my mechanic in ca cleaned the gunk out and it solved the problem till I arrived here. With Well Maintenence Will Last For A Long — We bouth lexus for our daughter as very first car one year ago , with 117000ml on it. Lexus denies any responsibility to fix the problem.
Could I have an air conditioning issue that would cause this it doesn't happen when the air is off. I just wanted to also update that now the car would not start when I tried it. I have taken the car to the dealer on at least two occasions for this issue. Here are step-by-step directions for changing:1. Almost had an accident because of the hesitation.
Being the owner of a '94 lexus, i am well aware of the car's propensity for power window problems. One thing I would recommend whether you decide to reuse your current sensor or a replacement sensor is to first buy a new O-ring to replace the old one on the outside of the sensor body. Check to see where the smoke is coming from. Replace the rivet in the trunk liner. For your info the speed sensor we are discussing is sometimes called a Vehicle speed sensor, a Speedometer speed sensor, or a Direct Clutch speed sensor. The second is also on the driver's side, inside the car, close to … the door; left side of steering wheel on the under side of the dashboard behind a hinged pocket-door that comes out if you open the pocket-door and pull gently it up and out, which allows the pocket-door to snap out of the hinge detents. Loss of compression in the engine will contribute to most of the major causes of smoke coming from either the tailpipe or the engine itself.
The sudden acceleration causes a rapid and jerky throttle response to mild accelerator pedal input. The current forum settings would not accept that. Follow the tube back up to the oil pump. I promptly returned the vehicle to the dealer for service. Also, if your transmission has very high mileage, been driven aggressively, or has not been maintained with proper fluid level or fluid changes, you may have other internal tranny problems. So, replace the cap and have the system checked by a professional mechanic.
Owner for 1 years, 2 months Miles Driven per Year:10,000 A Very Reliable Comfortable Car For Commuting To And From Work. The codes were P0500 and P0720. If not depressed, no flashing. We took it in for the update but that did not fix the problem. When it was reported to my dealer a few months ago they explained it away and took no action.
Add back water till it runs clean. In the spirit of full disclosure, the car is eight years old, is well maintained and has been driven 113,000 miles. Very dangerous condition exists when trying to enter lane, or make a turn, in front of fast-moving traffic. ????? Remove them with a 10mm socket or similar and you're good to go. If not depressed, no flashing. I have had 4 similar situations. It is a 14mm bolt head.
I don't know what the problem is any suggestions would help. Trying to change my speed sensor but do not know where its located. Answered on Oct 16, 2012 422 views Did you ask the mechanic to change the alternator,or did you tell him to fix it? The hardest thing was getting off the harmonic balancer. These problems do not seem to occur if you stomp on the accelerator from a stoped position. A Great Used Car With Comfort — A well built vehicle, solid. Also a problem with the car trying to decide what gear to be in when going around 20 to 25 miles per hour.
Shifts through all the gears fine just no over drive. Being the owner of a '94 lexus, i am well aware of the car's propensity for power window problems. The plastic bar above the ash try needs to be pryed out too. It goes into reverse immediately. Did your's shift fine through all the gears and overdrive for several days then not shift into overdirive say in the morning then after sitting work fine again??? Do not use a screw driver to prime it upwards as that can only damage it and will not help release the assembly.
But I've been told it's the transmission. Sometimes Reverse doesn't work and It would shut off on drive every time I pressed the gas. This is because it never left 3rd gear. Insert the replacement sensor into the tranny case gently by hand. But it will drive in 2nd gear fine I've been driving in 2nd to start then I switch to drive and it runs fine.
A failed radiator cap will keep the cooling system from doing its job. While the trans pan is off for filter change, add a bottle of Lucas trans conditioner to the pan before reinstalling the pan. Just wet the new O-ring with transmission fluid and slide it into place on the sensor body before you put the sensor back into the tranny. It will also give you an idea of the complexity of the repair, as well as the skills and tools required for the job. There is a bolt on one side and a clip on the other.