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05 lexus rx330 after rack and pinion stering wheel tun by it self

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Under braking? Have calipers inspected. They may be binding on the slides.

going down the road? Have a four wheel alignment done.

Posted on Oct 26, 2012

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SOURCE: brake pads in lexus RX330 2004 model

If you email me at bad_dog1@comcast.net i can attach instructions. Please remind me of your make, model and concern. thank you

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Cracked screen on 2004 lexus rx330 nav unit

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Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 Lexus RX330 Battery Replacement

You just had to disconnect the negative off the old battery first. Then you disconnect the positive and it happens to touch metal it won't short anything out. Make sure you can not wiggle the cables, that the connectors at the battery can't spin or move at all. Tighten them more if necessary, try to start it. Let me know if you still have problems.

Posted on May 11, 2009

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SOURCE: lexus rx330 electronic computerized key broke off. chip is ok

I got key shell for cheap on e-bay, replaced the chip from broken shell and locksmith cut me the key from original. Works great for total around $35

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: How to replace Lexus RX330 headlights.

replacing the headlights is easy. There is no need to adjust the afs, is is automatically done within the vehicle. Changing the bulbs doesn't affect the afs system at all.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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Change power steering pump


Play in the steering wheel is likely from worn tie rod ends. Have your inner and outer tie rods checked. The outer tie rods are connected to the rod ends coming out of the rack on each side, and are connected to the wheels. The inner tie rods are not visible-but are on the rods under the protective boots on each end of the rack and pinion assembly.
You may need a new rack assembly, but first check if you just need new tie rods.

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Play in stering linkage


The most common of all problems in a steering system is excessive steering wheel play. Steering wheel play is normally caused by worn ball sockets, worn idler arm, or too much clearance in the steering gearbox. Typically, you shou Id not be able to turn the steering wheel more than 1 1/ 2 inches without causing the front wheels to move. If the steering wheel rotates excessively, a serious steering problem exists.

An effective way to check for play in the steering linkage or rack-and-pinion mechanism is by the dry-park test. With the full weight of the vehicle on the front wheels, have someone move the steering wheel from side to side while you examine the steering system for looseness. Start your inspection at the steering column shaft and work your way to the tie-rod ends. Ensure that the movement of one component causes an equal amount of movement of the adjoining component.

Watch for ball studs that wiggle in their sockets. With a rack-and-pinion steering system, squeeze the rubber boots and feel the inner tie rod to detect wear. If the tie rod moves sideways in relation to the rack, the socket is worn and should be replaced.

Another way of inspecting the steering system involves moving the steering components and front wheel BY HAND. With the steering wheel locked, raise the vehicle and place it on jack stands. Then force the front wheels right and left while checking for component looseness.

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Leaking sterring rack boot. Would like an idea of how much this should cost?


You'll need to replace the rack and pinion. It will likely cost about 600 bucks.

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There is a ticking noise in the dash in front of


The ticking/buzzing noise is a common problem on the RX330. There is a plastic pin that is attached to the instument panel which inserts into a plastic housing on the firewall. This holds it in place to the firewall. It is a design problem that model year. In the 2006-models on have a piece of felt covering the plastic pin to reduce the vibration noise. The same noise can occur on the passenger side behind the glove box. You can try to access the white pin and stuff some felt/cloth, but it is difficult with out dissassembling the dash or glovebox.

Jul 02, 2010 | 2004 Lexus RX 330

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Freeplay on stering wheel


Too much play in the wheel?? Steering gear, or rack and pinion failure, or starting to fail. Have a visual check done by a mechanic. Hope this is helpful.

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05 silverado hard to turn. new pump! is it a bad rack?


since the rack is used it could be defective. aligning the vehicle will not loosen the steering up

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Front differential leaks 05 lexus rx330 how much it will cost is that common problem


Its not a common problem and its probably going to be expensive. Id say probably 5-8hrs labor. parts shouldnt be too expensive its just rtv silicone.

Nov 11, 2009 | 2005 Lexus RX330

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My steering wheel just "free-wheels" I have lost all steering capibilities.


sounds like a bad "Rag Joint ', that;s a piece of tire carcass material (a two inch circle at the bottom of the steering collumn) where the steering wheel connects to the rack and pinion(It;s to kill vibration)
It's fairly easy to replace, also easy to get your steering wheel upside down

if the rag joint's good the steering rack and pinion assy must have a stripped gear.
This is rare, check the rag joint firstit's a small ***** to replace but not impossible usualy you have to unbolt the collumn inside the cab (Two bolts under the bottom of the dashboard, there's a cover to remove beneath the stering column)

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