pj8708

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About pj8708

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  • Birthday 07/26/1948

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    Paul

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  • Lexus Model
    RX350-ES350
  • Lexus Year
    2016
  • Location
    Iowa (IA)

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  1. New LF 1 Crossover

    Here is a new photo array of the new LF -1 Crossover which will apparently replace the RX. What I noticed was the selection of power plants that will be available. Gas, fuel cells?, all electric, and hybred. Paul https://lexusenthusiast.com/2018/01/15/introducing-the-lexus-lf-1-limitless-flagship-crossover-concept/
  2. Hi Danny, It might be that the mirror switch is toggled in the middle position. This turns off the up/down function for the mirror. Move the switch to either the left or right. This might fix your problem, Paul
  3. Thanks for the posting! We always like new information. Paul
  4. MAJOR Lexus electric/fuel cell announcement

    Hi Trevor, It feels like this market will remain fluid for sometime yet. In the US I think that one of the factors for this market are the need to meet ongoing mandates for pollution emission, fuel economy and safety regulations. I'm pleased that the major makes are taking the lead for these technical challenges. Here in Des Moines a few of the downtown parking ramps have installed just a few electrical charging stations. I wonder who will pick up the tab to install many more connections. Some time ago I read an article that said Hawaii had begun testing hydrogen fuel cell cars and the experience of recharging our changing empty cells at a retrofited Paul
  5. MAJOR Lexus electric/fuel cell announcement

    Hi Trevor, It feels like this market will remain fluid for sometime yet. In the US I think that one of the factors for this market are the need to meet ongoing mandates for pollution emission, fuel economy and safety regulations. I'm pleased that the major makes are taking the lead for these technical challenges. Here in Des Moines a few of the downtown parking ramps have installed just a few electrical charging stations. I wonder who will pick up the tab to install many more connections. Some time ago I read an article that said Hawaii had begun testing hydrogen fuel cell cars and the experience of recharging our changing empty cells at a retrofitted gas station. Paul
  6. Just saying hi

    Hi Jeff and welcome. We look forward to hearing more from you. Paul
  7. Barometric Pressure

    Hi Neil, This is a new one! I would suggest going to the Toyota tech site, TIS.com. The site has very in depth tech information for Toyota, Lexus, and Scion. There are schematics, text, and pictures for every component. The charge is $15.00 for 48 hours of use. Let us know if you solve your question. Paul
  8. Hi Jags and welcome. Gene has some excellent advice. Your posts do not show your location so I will assume your asking about the USA. States have individual counties or Parishes and the County Treasurers office should show a record for each time the car was titled, licenses plate issued. I believe a service from the insurance industry or something like Car Fax may show any accidents or claims may have been shown per the vehicle ID or VIN number. It's easy to get excited when thinking of a new car. But, try to follow your needs and do the homework. Paul
  9. Lexus has announced they will not develop anymore hybrids. Instead, they will move directly to electric and fuel cell technology. This announcement follows with new Lexus models probably in the LS price bracket. I'm anxious to hear if there is any response from the German folks. I would imagine there will be a lot of questions from current hybrid owners. Read the article below. What do you think the future Lexus market will look like? Paul https://lexusenthusiast.com/2017/10/02/lexus-to-skip-plug-in-hybrids-move-directly-to-fuel-cell-and-full-electric-po
  10. Wow! I feel your pain! I have never heard of such strange cluster of symptoms. I wish I could offer more help. Paul
  11. New ES next year !!

    This site predicts Lexus will bring out a whole new ES sedan next year with a possible sport version to follow. This is a break from tradition for Lexus as over the years the ES has always been revised every 5 years. The photo included shows a much more aggressive appearance with lines and angles putting a look of power from bow to stern. Tell us your thoughts. Paul https://lexusenthusiast.com/2017/09/29/rendered-the-next-generation-lexus-es-sedan/
  12. Hi Skippy and welcome. Most of the fuses are located on the left driver side kick panel and more located under the hood. on top of the drivers side fender. There is a large 140a fuse on top of the alternator. However, I can't recall ever hearing of the alternator fuse tacking out all of the electric system. Try going to an Auto Zone store and have them read out the codes. They do this for free. Paul
  13. Hi Nathan. I apologize for not connecting with you sooner. I am always amazed at the depth of friendship and caring that can be built with someone you have never met nor never knew what they looked like. The LOC is a place where those who enjoy their hobby can find others who like swapping stories with like minded friends. Landar was a great part of the LOC and was a great source of Lexus info and technical help. Thank you for letting us share your journey. Paul
  14. Hi Deadbolt and welcome. When all else fails this spite should give you what you want. Toyota,Lexus,and Scion,are supported at this site that is posted for Toyota auto products. The cite cost is $15.00 for 48 hours. You can go on from there. Its worth the $15. Hear is the site info. "toyotalexusscion.org. " tls.com ) Paul
  15. Summer Holidays / Vacation

    Incredible shots Steve!!. Looks like a wonderful trip.