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By Cheen Oh
I have recently changed the front passenger side turn signal bulb on my 2000 Lexus Es300. there was a crack in the clear plastic housing which let some water in. I've since drained, dried, and sealed it. What i noticed when taking out the old bulb is where the bulb electrical connections had some chemical build up that i clean out as best as possible. What other options to i have in fixing this problem? Turn signal clicks abnormally and the dashboard still indicates light malfunction. HELP!
I have a 1992 Lexus es300.
All of my dash lights went out when I started my car, and the AC doesn't work, nor the cigarette
lighter. They do not flash or turn back on. The needles and gauges don't move either.
The car starts great! It can go on the highway and drive like a dream.
But when idling at a red light, stop sign, or pulling into the drive
way, I hear a small click (like a light bulb noise) and the car completely shuts off, engine and all.
When all of this happened, here is what we did:
I did have a loose battery cable, so we changed that and both are new and secure now.
I replaced the air filter, which had been rough/hardened and moderately dirty.
We replaced the fuse related to the dashboard (not sure which one, but
you experts probably already know), and it started working.... the lights, needles, and gauges, as well as the A/C and cigarette lighter... until (DUM DUM DUMMMM......♫)
about 10 mins later the fuse blew. And then we tried again and it blew
again. So I am guessing I have a short.
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I would appreciate it like nothing else.
Also, this doesn't look right... Don't know what it is or why it's like this. It's just behind the radiator. #Helpasistah
The seat belt warning light on my console remains on, and I believe its likely that a fuse needs to be replaced to make this light go out; does anyone know which fuse (location #) controls this warning light? And, if it's not the fuse, where to start looking for a remedy?
Hello everyone. I am new to car maintenance and when I bought this car, I noticed that both the fog lights were out. I'm guessing the problem would be either the fuse or the bulbs. If it was the bulbs, how much work is expected to be put in to change both of them? What bulbs would you guys recommend? What type of fuse does the 1995 SC400 use? Blade fuse or mini fuse? or are these two the same?
also, is the daytime running light fuse also the same sized fuse(not amperage wise but physical fuse size) as those lights also do not work and I suspect blown fuses.
Thank you for the help.
Well My DumbA%% Cousin Put my Battery on Charged BACKWARDS !!! for how many HOURS,Nobody knows(I was Outta Town)
I want to Beat him in the Head with a Hammer,Over and Over, Claw Side and !Removed!....
Anyway, Changed 150 amp fuse amongst others-prolly like 3-4.
New Battery...got it running.....Going to My Grandfathers Funeral,It Dies on the Expressway......Seeems the Alt light comes on,Managed to limp it to a gas station.....Well, the wires that run up the Middle of Block behind Supertine belt were pulled out of its Clip AND was rubbing on the Supertine BELT...shreadded.....I am going to literaly hurt this kid..
Hes the kind of a%%Hole that TOUCHES EVERYTHING...Never should he touch a a moped let alone MY LEXUS
tried splicing the Wires on the side of the road,thought they MUST be the ALT wires (also Gound SHIELDed) braided-coated and shrink wrapped.
Well, i couldnt do that...soo tried shrinkwrapping and seperating, soo not to ground out..... Come To find out, They are NOT ALT wires, They go into the Valve cover...IGNITION wire? anyone know?
Had to charge and Jump the battery all the way home(45 miles)
Charged battery, New ALT....NOW Battery DRAINS...I HAVE A POSITIVE CHARGED GROUND CABLE off Engine BLOCK to Battery AND POSITIVEly Charged ENGINE BLOCK.......went thru almost every Fuse with a Test Meter to NEG on Batt- Ground Cable as I Pulled Every Fuse..TILL I Got TO the 150amp...THEN IT reads to NEG... Stopped there for dinner Left Cables OFF the Battery for the Night