Thanx in advance for any suggestions you may have. My local garage said nothing to worry for these lights but i think these lights on means there's a problem. Hopefully this has solved the problem and I won't have to make the 3 hour trip to a Lexus dealer in Toronto. I'm having an issue that the Lexus dealership simply cannot track down and find the cause. The fix: on the right-hand-side of the engine compartment behind the big plastic housing that holds the air filter you will find a black rubber hose that is not connected to anything. I screwed the cap past the one click, but that does not make the dash light disappear.
Did that all lights went off, until I went through a water puddle. I will be driving along at a reasonable speed and then I may give it a bit of gas and then boom, it happens. Anything at all When it happens to me, the error goes away if I stop the engine and start it again. Ensure it is clean and making a good contact, check the wiring for continuity. Hopefully that's all it was.
I should have said after you've tightened the cap, it takes under 200 miles. Sometimes the battery has enough juice sometimes not when this occurs. The car that will fit your needs will need to be more reliable than that! I don't think I can handle all of that, for sure. My husband has a 2013 and his gas cap doesn't even click. Put the post on retighten be careful not to overtighten or you could snap post off, just get it snug so it doesnt move! I took it to the dealer the next day and they could find nothing wrong and just reset the diagnostic computer.
In 2 years a 60,000 miles that is the first mechanical issue to ever happen. For our money, however, the best bit of gear in the car is the high-end Mark Levinson 5. The fix: on the right-hand-side of the engine compartment behind the big plastic housing that holds the air filter you will find a black rubber hose that is not connected to anything. Two are located after the catalytic converters, and another two are accessible from underneath the hood. The powertrain warranty is 70,000 miles or 6 years. I'm assuming this happens because when I turn the vehicle off and back on again, the warning lights go off and the car is operating normally. Hi all, I've also got this problem, but it only happens rarely.
Our car is outside of Warranty, but going by replies on this forum it looks like Lexus may cover the cost - did anyone have this problem recently, and was it dealt with satisfactorily by Lexus?? Posted on Sep 14, 2010 Is you vsc light on by itself, or is it on with a Check Engine Light as well. Lexus claims 13 world firsts in this department and reckons it's the best thing since sliced bread, in fact the best car to come out of Japan yet. The dealership can't pinpoint the problem because when they go to pull the error codes from my car's computer, there's nothing there - it's blank. The dealership can't pinpoint the problem because when they go to pull the error codes from my car's computer, there's nothing there - it's blank. The dealership determined that they caused this problem when they did some recall work on my vehicle. Interestingly I have not seen one post or thread from anyone who has used what I used despite the considerable success that I enjoyed with it.
Took the car to the Toyota dealer no Lexus dealer where I live and they got 2 codes out of the computer P0172 and P0175. It is important to replace the battery if this is happening, because it can deteriorate to the point where it can ruin the alternator as well. The car has 34000 miles on it. On the graph itit shows sensor one flat lining but sensor 2 seems to be working fine. Ah well, I did try to help. The question is why should all of these lights come up for something minor? That was happening very intermittently but with more frequency at the time I saw the warning lights go on. Any one else have a similar experience?? I was also told that in all likelihood it was a charcoal canister that needed replaced.
So you do the Math. Dont want to spend a fortune trying to figure out the problem then pay to fix it! I have full warranty till 100k. If there is no continuity repair the open or short to ground in the circuit. I will be driving along at a reasonable speed and then I may give it a bit of gas and then boom, it happens. Took to dealer and they told me it was a misfire checked the plugs and said one of the plugs had something on it.
A 2014 model should be much cheaper than a 2015 and may be better equipped! Turn the ignition switch Off. The dealer checked and said that no codes were registered. The warning lights went away but within a few k's of driving they appeared again. Next thing I know, I received a call from the same service people and they told me their was some sort of manufacturing issue with the valves that was covered under warranty that they would replace. Anyone can tell me what for Lexus corporate I should call to leave a notation? I also plan on keeping the vehicle after my lease is up. I also plan on keeping the vehicle after my lease is up. What I would suggest is that you get in touch with him by email and see what develops from there.
I took it to the dealer the next day and they could find nothing wrong and just reset the diagnostic computer. I will be driving along at a reasonable speed and then I may give it a bit of gas and then boom, it happens. This problem occurs maybe once every 3-4 weeks and usually while driving on the highway. By the way, service consultants are not mechanics. I'll let ou know what happens to me. This time the dealer did find a code they didn't tell me what it was which indicated something wrong with the fuel I only use premium. The car doesn't register any error codes.