Suggestions on headlight issue
My passenger most days will not turn on. Once in a while it will turn on when I turn the car on, most days it’s off. But sometimes if I’m lucky I can turn the headlights off for bout 20 seconds then turn them back on and they will both be on.
I’ve changed the bulb twice and the ballast once
I haven’t taken the headlight completely out but nothing looks wrong with it from outside or in the engine bay. no cracks or water in it
Any help would be great thanks
I am thinking of buying this one and got one OTD price back from the salesmanMSRP + DPH: $58,255
Tax 4.15%: 2230
Doc fee: $500
2.49% for 48 months.
Is this the best deal? Should it be lower?
I am new, thanks.
I recently bought a 2013 Lexus GX460 it is in great condition with only 41,000 miles on it. The only issue I am having with it is that it does not sync well with my and my wife's iphones through the blue tooth. I have a 2014 Tundra DC SR5 and the audio system software is some much better. Is their way to upgrade the software of the 2013 Lexus touch screen and audio system to a newer version? I was wondering if anyone had ever done something like this without changing out the screen and audio unit? I appreciate any help you could give. Thank you
The more gadgets that are in the cars, the more can possibly go wrong.
Went through Sahara in a VW Beetle (very long time ago) and whatever went a bit out of order could be fixed with a screwdriver and a piece of wire.
In order to determine speed of car there are little sensors on each wheel plus probably a lot of other little things that are needed in order to have the computers accepting the data they receive.
A neighbour has a very beautiful 2016 model of the IS250 and is happy with it. The CT we have is also OK. Still use Lexus for service in order to have hybrid battery warranted and they also give me a document that car is good for next year every time, so though service can be made cheaper other places, they have us as customers as long as battery is warranted or we no longer have the car. If the higher price for the service includes fixing little things, I find it is something I can live with.
It's probably not the battery.
Likely the power steering switch going bad. It reads the speed you are driving and adjusts the amount of effort required to steer. Going slower requires more pressure in the system to provide easier steering. Going faster requires less pressure.