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ChrisInRaleigh

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  • Lexus Model
    GS300
  • Lexus Year
    2001
  • Location
    North Carolina (NC)

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  1. Just got the news: The whole assembly is needed. That will be used, for sure. New it's over $3K. Or, a friend suggested spraying contact cleaner liberally on the existing assembly's various contacts. Will try that next.
  2. Thanks, I'll check it out! Quick update: The service personnel may have gotten the part wrong: The full assembly (called ABS Modulator Valve, https://parts.lexus.com/p/Lexus__/ABS-Modulator-Valve/63090874/4705030220.html) costs $3K But the actual repair needed was cited as just the "brake booster" which is a part of the assembly When I called them back, my service rep said he would make sure which part was actually needed based on the pulled codes. It may just be the "brake booster" part, and that's considerably less expensive. I'll find out more on Monday. I'm re
  3. Just got back from the dealer. Diagnosis: Brake booster malfunction. When foot goes off the pedal, the actuator is taking a long time to disengage. This does not allow the gas pedal to work, because the computer is confused into thinking the driver has one foot on the brake and the other foot on the gas simultaneously. The brake pedal always wins that contest. Note: I only drive with one foot, with the exception cars with manual transmission! I learned to drive in a Volkswagon Squareback. The dealer quoted close to $4,000 to do the entire repair. The quote did not break out labor fro
  4. Not yet. Taking it to the dealer tomorrow morning for a diagnosis.
  5. Thanks for the reply with other things to look into. I have an appointment with a Lexus dealer service this Saturday, but am still holding out hope that someone here might be able to shed some light on the issue beforehand.
  6. Hello friends, I have a 2001 GS300 that has a problem with acceleration hesitation. When it has the problem, I see the traction control warning light flash on the dash for a few seconds. I also hear a "thunk" from the rear of the car. This happens most often when stopped, and especially when facing uphill. If I touch the accelerator too lightly, the car may not accelerate at all, even with the pedal pushed to the floor. I have take my foot off the accelerator pedal and wait until the traction light stops flashing before trying again, otherwise no response. When I press more assertive
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