randy20g

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About randy20g

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    04 gx470
  1. I have done many of these. They are EASY. Where are you located?
  2. The only other way, would be to use the ATEQ quick set tool. I have used it twice with success now registering new sensors.
  3. Had that same problem with the radiator a few years a go. Found a new OEM on ebay for less than half. Replaced it myself and no leaks since. I am now hearing a FR wheel bearing noise. It looks like the job is not that bad, as long as you get the bearing pressed out/in to the hub by a machine shop. I would love to find a hub/bearing combo ready to bolt in. That would be a huge time saver.
  4. ALL the switches have little bulbs that are replaceable. Some have green caps, some dont. I had detailer blow out a bunch on me with liquid. I got all the part numbers, and bought them from Lexus. They were all very easy to replace.
  5. Bobsgx470, where are you located? I am in Orange county. Takes no time at all to do this install. email me: randy20ggg@optonline.net
  6. Overtaxing the electrical system? Reduced power consumption XENON HID lamp systems draw significantly less power from your vehicles electrical system. More light output A 35-Watt XENON HID lamp produces up to 3x the lumens at the light source when compared to a 55-Watt halogen bulb. As for the install, it took 20 min. to mount the ballasts and plug in a few wires. $400 in labor? I'll charge ya $50 for the 20 min.
  7. Next time do a search. This has been discussed many times on a few boards. http://www.clublexus.com/forums/showthread...9&highlight=hid www.xenondepot.com
  8. do a search and you will find out your answers. Threre are several of us who have done HID conversions. They are about $400 and are plug and play. No cutting or splicing. http://www.clublexus.com/forums/showthread.php?t=114059
  9. HID's?????? http://www.clublexus.com/forums/showthread.php?t=114059
  10. The Vaistech unit is what allows you to see the MD function. It is in the software but not seen unless you have a device that access it like the Vaistech. If you were to unplug the CD changer, you would no longer see CD. The Vaistech unit fools the unit into thinking it has a MD plugged in to it. You will see exactly what everyone else sees on the nav display, channels, names, etc...
  11. thats the problem....there doesn't seem to be ANY winter tires in the right size.
  12. My height control pump failed a few months ago. They replaced it under warranty.
  13. I have tried to find "snow" tires in the GX size. Nobody seems to make any. Anyone come up with any?
  14. http://www.clublexus.com/forums/showthread...&threadid=87880