Question about 2007 Lexus LS 460 L Sedan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: electronic parking brake reset
sadly with the more exclusive cars as the lexus you have to go to a main dealer and they plug it in to a machine and reset it for you, sadly they charge you the earth
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
Maybe. How long brake pads last depends a great deal on the driver. Someone who rides around with one foot on the gas and another on the brake will wear brake pads out real fast. Other more common reasons to wear brake pads out are: a lot of stop and go city driving, waiting to the last second to brake for stop signs and stop lights, mountain terrain driving, a lot of up and down hill braking, heavily loaded driving, If you drive off with the park brake set it is damaging to your brakes. Also letting the teenagers drive your car. So, in short, there are a lot of variables in the life span of brakes. Your best bet would be to find a mechanic you can trust and have them inspect the brake pads. They should do that for little to no charge.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
Your battery may be dead, these new cars use motors instead of linkages, so when theres no power you will not be able to open the door, you will need to have the lock unlock from inside with a door lock tool, you may need to call aaa to get the door open, then have the battery checked.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
this vehicle uses bus line control system and doesnt have individuel wires but a single wire carrying the power and modules that recieve signals from the ECU telling the module to put the light on and the fault here is a parallel resistor somewhere in the circuit and it may be another module for something else thats causing the fault ,to find the fault will involve using a dwell meter in conjunction with a scope to find the fault ,just done a course on this and without the right equipment its impossible to repair so i would suggest the dealer who employs product mechanics compared to general mechanics who will have come across this before and will have a better idea what to check first.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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