Selling my car. Located in So Cal. Message me if interested. Here's the link to my CL listing:
113000 original miles
3rd owner (friend of 1st and 2nd owner)
All original, no mods.
Driver window needs to be fixed.
Minor head gasket leak into engine compartment
Keep in mind this is a 20 year old car so the original paint and interior are not perfect and reflect being parked outside all of its life.
Dent behind passenger door.
Driver seat torn.
Tape deck and factory sub don't work.
Auto antenna grinds, but works.
No key fobs.
Passenger rear view mirror housing is loose, temporarily fastened in place.
22-26 mpg average.
AC blows cold.
12 disc Lexus CD changer in trunk.
Electric driver and passenger rear view mirrors work.
Power seats work.
New tires with approx 5000k miles.
Major service 30k miles ago: timing belt/tensioner/pulley, water pump, coolant, serpentine belt & tensioner, transmission filter & fluid, front/rear rotors & pads, brake fluid flush, rear struts, spark plugs, fan clutch, distributor o-ring.
Serviced by Toyota/Honda mechanic every 5k miles... no known issues aside from head gasket leak.
Recently rebuilt starter.
I've replaced both low and high beam headlight bulbs in my RX330. The high beams are fantastic. Low beams are pathetic.
I've tried 3 different brands of bulbs, and both LED and HID. They have all been poor. I'm wondering if maybe the lens over the low beams might be fogged? Since it's not clear glass, it's difficult to say... I was wondering if there is a known issue with the RX330 low beams? If anyone else has experienced this, and can share their thoughts or ideally their solution?
I have been searching online recently for more details about the headlight alignment procedure, as I would like to check and re-align the headlights on my 1991 LS 400. However, I have been quite confused by the results and would like some more clarification about the process.
As described in the shop diagram image I attached, the A-bolt is for horizontal adjustment, and the B-bolt is for vertical adjustment. Do both of these bolts move the actual headlight lens or just the bulb inside? What I mean by this is, when you turn the A-bolt, can you see a visible change in the headlight moving left or right (with the lights off), and when you turn the B-bolt, can you see the headlight itself moving up or down?
Of course, I will be aligning the lights based off of where the beams are hitting a wall, opposite the front of the car, but I don't want to make the lenses look crooked as a result.
Also, when removing the rubber cover on the radiator support for the A-bolt, I'm assuming you can pull it from the top using your fingers(?).
Any clarification on this subject would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Note, the second picture of the actual headlight is from this thread.