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About ford212.809

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  • Birthday 12/29/1963

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    1999 LS, 1998 ES
  1. Thanks for the reply - HOWEVER, I need the instructions for the removal of the shifter trim ONLY, if anyone can help......Thanks
  2. -------------- Thanks, but, I actually need help just getting the plastic cosmetic covers off of the shifter base and then that whole plastic cover underneath the shifter base - where the ashtray sits into. Any ideas? I've seen nice step-by-step photos but ofcourse can't find em' now :-). Jay Do these same instructions apply to a 1999 LS? If not, can someone post istructions for me? Much appreciated.......
  3. This EXACT problem has occurred on my '99LS today. I have check all fuses to no avail. Any ideas/suggestions????
  4. Thanks for the link(s). Since my wife has warped the rotors that are on the car, Time for plan B. How about this..... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Lexus-LS400...emZ270328235849
  5. Can someone provide me with the Toyota part #'s for front and rear brake pads and shim kit for my '99 LS? I really appreciate your help.
  6. 100% Lexus OEM pads only, You will never have any problems. ;) DC, never say never. Find a Toyota dealer, spend $50-60, and you are ready to go.
  7. Come on - 28 MPG, are you serious? REALLY? I drive mine conservative and can get no better than 24 combined city/hwy.
  8. Double check all the battery terminals, And the neg. battery cable to the body, The terminals should be cleaned well and they have to be tight. Use a wire brush or sand paper. I went through a similar ordeal w/ my GS a few years back and it was the battery terminal contacts. I concur with Mr. Fish - After 30 years of driving, I believe you have a battery connection problem, NOT a starter problem.
  9. The car is 18 years old - with apparantly no problems. I would leave it alone if it were mine.
  10. Thanks for the replys. Anymore suggestions?
  11. I addition to my pair of Lexus' I own, I also own a 2002 Ford Explorer 2WD and guess what? - NO TRANNY DIPSTICK !!! However, I can get underneath the vehicle and check the fluid level. There is a plug that is removable located about two inches below the top of the fluid pan. I unscrew the plug, insert finger, if I "feel" fluid, it is full. Go figure!!!!!!
  12. Can someone post a link as to where is the best place/price to purchase an additional key w/remote? I have just one key and a "credit card" key. Thanks.
  13. My thoughts are the same. 203,000 miles (ES) and always 87 octane. B)
  14. <<<<<< I bought this one (to the left) on ebay a couple of months ago. It is my 2nd Lexus from ebay - both cars come from Florida.
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