Laura

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    2000 RX 300
  1. OK, here is the low down. The problem is the AF sensor, aka, the air fuel ratio sensor. It's covered under my warranty with Warrantech, so I only have a $50 deductible, which is fine with me. At least I get my car washed. HA!
  2. Autozone pulled P1130. I took the car to the dealer today and found out that is a sensor that I can not for the life of me think of the name for(FAS or AFS, something like that) but, it should be covered under my warranty through Warrantech. The guy at the lexus dealer said the Trac Off light is linked to the CEL light and will flash or come on and go off with the CEL light. I will post an update when I find out the exact name of the sensor.
  3. Well, the CEL and Track off lights came on again yesterday. The track off light is no longer on, but the CEL is, so I am going to try to go to an autozone today to have them do the diagnostic. I checked my warranty, and even though I have the deluxe warranty, the charcoal cannister, aka the vacuum cannister, is not covered :cries: Hopefully this is not the problem. However, if it is, at least I have a friend coming to town who is a mechanic who can fix it for me. I am not paying the dealer crazy money to do it. Thanks all for your help!
  4. On Friday my track off light and CEL lights came on. I was going to take it to the dealer, but after driving it twice, the lights went off. I have read other postings stating this could be the charcoal cannister. The MAS was already replaced about 2 years ago. I have an extended warranty from a 3 party, Warrantech, who covered the sensor, so should I take it into the dealer anyway? I have a the warranty for another year. I have read on here that Autozone will do a diagnostic for free, but if the light is not on anymore, will anything register? Any info is appreciated. I hate to waste money at the dealer!