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  1. Just go down to your dealership and sit in a bunch of the 21s and see what you find. My wife raves about the seats in both the 18 and 20. Being a bicycle rider, my butt is so hard I couldn't tell the difference between seats in a Lexus RX or a ford Pinto, which sadly to say I once owned. Called it a Splint-o, or a Bic lighter, and other bad names... The 20 and probably the 21 RX now have air-conditioned seats, where as the 18 did but hardly cooled your seat at all. We called it Faux Air...
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  2. Dawg gonnit. That does not sound good at all. Very good description by the way. It sounds like your car was supposed to have inflated seats and the air leaked out. Just kidding but my gosh. Keep pestering Lexus.
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  3. Any particular window? Or all of them? I gotta ask: is anybody sleeping in the car that you may not know about? In my dads non climate control garage if there's a big change in weather, especially warm to cool where inside is in say a humid 80's but then quickly falls to the 50's or 60's when a cold front passes through, everything has a coating of condensation so it could be as simple as weather changing.
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  4. I have owned this car since new. It has been garaged all its life, low mileage and in excellent shape. I have been parking it outside now for a bit and noticed condensation forming on the windows? Any idea what may be causing the condensation? Sunroof drains are clear and not an issue. Thought maybe the door seals may not be sealing correctly? I would appreciate any thoughts on this subject. Thanks
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  5. piston slap was a problem with 90's GM cars like Caveliers and Skyhawks but I'd not heard of it in any Toyota made cars.
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  6. I just started driving an 019 Explorer XLT for work. I chuckled at all the stuff my 2004 GS300 does this one does not. My work is dusty so I kept the windows up while out of it. Well, I held the unlock button down for 5 seconds hoping the windows would roll down to let it begin cooling. Nope. Later I needed to put stuff in the back but there was no "pop the tailgate" button, no "pop the filler door" button when I needed fuel, the electric seats are only 4 way, no memory for seat and steering wheel settings, no dual climate control etc. Now it's a fairly nice riding, well handling vehicl
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  7. Here's what I found about the one in Colorado https://www.ksedenvervenues.com/event-locations/ball-arena/club-lexus/ Looks like a cool spot to enjoy a nice meal with friends or colleagues. Welcome to the site.
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  8. Hi, I swaped my 2012 honda civic at 92,000 kms to 2004 Lexus rx 330 with 146,000 kms. Did I got a bad deal. I first drive the Lexus Rx and fallen in love with it. TYhe RX has no accident,riming belt and water pump replaced 126,000 kms on 2015 and it is immaculate condition for his. My honda been driving for 5 years and had no problem. But when I bought rx300 I fell in love with it but I sold it make a little money. When I came upon RX 330 selling for 10,900 $ I have to get it. So I swapped with the dealer no money involved. Now I am full ownership of RX 330 with out any issues so far.....guys
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  9. Ok, now I feel like an idiot. The wife took the car to a repair shop this morning, verdict: both headlights are burned out. I had checked fuses, relays, wiring, never even thought of the bulbs! New lamps being installed and the RX300 will once again have lights to see and drive by ! Just thought i'd post and let you know.
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