Question about Lexus RX 300
Replace a bulb light is on. Can I do this without involving a mechanic?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the no data error can be contributed to a bad interface cable or the scaqn tool was configured wrong and therfore could not connect to the ecm. I would recommend having a scan done again by a certiefied volkswagon tech chances are the mechanics used the wrong adapter cable or reader card. your smog problem could be that your evap canister is clogged therfore gives a bad reading.unfortunately you have to have a scan done but try an independant small shop that delas exclusively with foreign cars such as porche andd mercedez. the will have the correct scan tool and will be much cheaper than a dealership. your cost should be no more than 50 dollars US ... please rate this. thanks
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
Working on one right now and hooked it up with a Snap On Solus scanner - It gives P0135 for 0/2 sensor bank 1 sensor 1. Check the 0/'2 sensor function and replace as necessary
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Not positive on this so consider only. The o2 sensor is what actually tells everything else what is going on with emmission and everything else adjusts to what info it relays. The o2 is also subjected to extreme temps and cooling cycles. So, instead of spending money on no answer diagnostism give replacement of o3 sensor so consideratio. If you choose to replace, wd40 and let exhaust cool down. Good Luck.
Posted on May 07, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 chevy tahoe. check engine
The vehicle need to be timed.If you had a intake done this should have been done at that time.you will need a scan tool to time this vehicle as there is no timing marks and the computer uses the cam sensor in the Distributor to time the vehicle.IT is locaqted in the scan tool under cam ******.you must rev the vehicle once for the computer to detect a timing change.every time you adjust the distributor you must rev the vehicle once.(you only need to get to 1500 rpm for this to occur).
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
I had the same issue with mine. Unscrew your instrument panel and pull it out as far as it will go. The lights are held in place from behind so you will need to slip your hand in and rotate the pastic clip that is fixed to the light to take it off. I never saw behind the panel but I heard it's fragile so be carefull. I replaced it with the ABS light (I already know my ABS doesn't work :P).
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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