master B

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    ES 350
  1. Has anyone found a good match for the paint on the stock wheels for an ES-350? Have a couple of scratched up wheels that I would like repair. Dealers offered the name of service that reconditions at about $175 each. A bit of an overkill based on the conditions of the wheels
  2. Has anyone else experienced and been able to resolve the time delay and audio quality problems on the bluetooth. I've checked with Lexus and Verizon and nobody seemed to have an answer. Does anyone know of a particular phone that works well with the bluetooth interface in the car?
  3. B)--> QUOTE(master B @ Jun 27 2007, 06:46 AM) ← Hi, I use a Motorola Razr V3 phone also (with Cingular, but I don't know if that makes any difference). I checked http://www.lexus.com/models/RX/accessories/bluetooth.html and then navigate to the ES-350 site. It has a list of phones, including the Motorola Razr V3 and what features are available. The Motorola Razr V3 is compatible with the ES-350, but the phone book addresses can only be downloaded one at a time (other Bluetooth phones may let you download all at once). Since I have a small address book, it was no big deal. If you have a large address book, it'll take some time). I don't know of any other method except one at a time. Sorry I couldn't help further.
  4. Hi, I use a Motorola Razr V3 phone also (with Cingular, but I don't know if that makes any difference). I checked http://www.lexus.com/models/RX/accessories/bluetooth.html and then navigate to the ES-350 site. It has a list of phones, including the Motorola Razr V3 and what features are available. The Motorola Razr V3 is compatible with the ES-350, but the phone book addresses can only be downloaded one at a time (other Bluetooth phones may let you download all at once). Since I have a small address book, it was no big deal. If you have a large address book, it'll take some time). I don't know of any other method except one at a time. Sorry I couldn't help further.
  5. Do you have a time delay problem with the audio and does it sound like the person in the car is talking into a tunnel?
  6. Just wondering if anyone else has had the problem with their cell phone's audio performance with the bluetooth function thru the ES-350 audio system. Although the phone links ok, the person speaking in the car via the bluetooth function sounds like they are on a speakerphone at the end of a short hallway. I have a 2006 model silver Motorola RAZR that uses Verizon service and regardless of the signal strength, there is a delay in the audio and the person speaking in the car sounds like they are on a speakerphone at the end of a short hallway or tunnel. I tried Lexus service and the Verizon store, but no help. Although they both acknowledge the problem, they have not offered any recommendations or solutions. Verizon will no longer try different model phones in the car, in an attempt to remedy the problem - apparently at the direction of their corporate offices. Wondering if anyone has a specific phone model (preferrably with Verizon service) that works really well with the ES-350 bluetooth that runs thru the audio system. I did not get the navigation system on my car. Would appreciate any suggestions!