Question about 2002 Lexus ES 300
The acceleration of the car get louder at 55mph and higher. At lower speed the cars sound normal. It's not a strange noise just louder.
Means your transmission is slipping . that would be your over drive and 3rd and 4 th shift solenoid
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you fell the engine missing i seen a lot of distributor cap crank normal acceleratin not bad but act up on heavy acceleration in the front of the cam the distributor cap there try to remove the front plastic cover distributor cap under start thecar spray some water on the cap if it crack you should see the spark jump take a look let me now pierre
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
SOURCE: there is noise when the
I think you should take your car to a local tire shop.
If you happen to have a Pep-boys around where you live try them first.
The tire could have lost a weight and is out of balance.
Your car isn't very old and the Japanese have really good bearings in their products.
Even still the wheel bearing can be tightened if that is the case.
Shouldn't cost more than 20 bucks.
If I've been any help give me a vote.
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
SOURCE: Car sat in parking lot
It likely had water on the ignition system. The check engine light will flash for misfire. The VSC light is on just because the check engine light is on. You likely have it dried out now and its fine. You just need to clear the codes. Autozone will do this for free.
Posted on May 30, 2011
SOURCE: my check engine light and
This is a transmission problem. Both your Traction Control and Engine light are on because of an issue with your transmission.
I would take it to an authorized transmission repair shop immediately. Avoid driving it there. I suggest a tow.
Sorry to hear about your issue and I hope everything gets resolved quickly.
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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