Question about 2002 Lexus ES 300
What is that means code c 1336
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If its lock it wont operate unless you unlock it. To do that you need the master key. The valet key wont unlock it.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
according to the manual i have... it has three.... one in the exhaust manifold.... and two in the exhaust pipe..... slightly vauge on the exact location of the last two sensors... but looks like it is after the catylitic converter.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 es 300 lexus
There is one before each catalytic converter (usually up right near the exhaust manifolds), and one after each cat (or if you have a Y-pipe exhaust that brings the two sides together to one pipe and one converter, then there's one after that single converter). Why do you want to change them? Have you gotten failure codes or are you having poor gas mileage? Or have they just been in there a long time? They're usually good for about 60k miles, although of course they can fail early. Usually the symptoms are poor fuel economy, running rich (seen by black smoke out the tailpipes and some rough idling, as well as blackened spark plugs), or fault codes dealing with system-lean or system-rich descriptions. Those symptoms are indicative of bad primary O2 sensors (the ones closest to the engine). If your secondary sensor(s) are failing (the post-cat sensor or sensors) you'll trip a check-engine light warning you of poor catalytic converter efficiency.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
SOURCE: lexus 300 es code 0446
Code 0446 is evaporative purge and vent control malfunctions.
Typically it is a vacuum leak in the evaporative system hose, bad cannister, or bad vsv valve (vacuum switching valve) on the cannister.
To fix the issue, start by checking the vacuum hoses to the canister; if one is bad replace it. If not, inspect the vsv valve by un-hooking the vacuum lines one at a time and check for vacuum. Last inspect the canister for damage, or broken connections. Replace any and all damaged or malfunctioning parts.
I hope this helps you, and I wish you luck on your repair.
I did post this solution to your first request, I hope you get it this time.
Posted on May 10, 2009
1. I presume your button on the dash (which opens the trunk) is not working. You could take that button out of the dash panel and manually activate the circuit by using the wires themselves.
2. If the "valet" key doesn't fit the trunk lock, see if the keys are visible through the center back seat access 'hole', make a wire hook attached to a broom handle, etc. and try to catch the ring the key is on. If the view is blocked by other things you can't move, figure out at way to move things in the trunk so you can get something to reach the key(s). Do you have other metal keys on the same keyring? If so, use a magnet to grab the whole set.
3. Have you considered taking out the rear seat? Do the bottom seat cushion first, then the back.
4. By now you have hopefully already gotten your keys back out of the trunk, but if not I hope one of these suggestions works. MW
Posted on May 12, 2009
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