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Installation of a fusible link on a 2006 Lexus iS 250

How to install a fusible link on a Lexus iS 250?

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SOURCE: 2006 LEXUS IS 250 OR 2003 LEXUS ES300

How does the ES 300 fit your driving style?
Conservative drivers your dream come true, Smooth, comfortable and quiet, easy to control and predictable. This car is the one to beat.

Sporty drivers Electronic throttle is very responsive, handles well for a car with such a cushy ride, Not as powerful as the other cars in this class.

Fast drivers Should opt for the Adaptive Variable Suspension. The firm setting provides this car with the character you are looking for as far as handling goes, but for all around performance, you may be happier with a Lexus IS300 or maybe an Acura TL Type S.

The answer to your question - the IS-250 is a luxury model, and the IS is sporty.

Both considered in the same CLASS of vehicle - near Luxury.

Who should buy this car? A person who is looking for a mid-sized sedan that is a cut above the average sedan in styling, comfort, luxury & performance.


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Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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Is it safe to drive a 2006 Lexus IS 250 with the VSC light on?


remove front wheels and check brake pads. If too thin, VSC will automatically turn off due to brake issues.

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What does fusible shortage affect


A fusible link is a short piece of insulated low-voltage cable within an automotive wiring harness that is designed to protect the harness in applications where a fuse is unsuitable. In an extreme current overload situation, the conductor within the link is melted while the ensuing flame and spark is contained within the link's insulation.

Fusible links are not rated in amps like fuses because each installation is unique and designed to meet specific circuit protection requirements.

The automotive service industry recommends using the same gauge and length as the blown fusible link after the cause of failure is corrected.

Typically, a given harness segment is protected by a fusible link that is four gauge numbers smaller. A 14-gauge wire would be protected by an 18-gauge fusible link. A 6-gauge wire would be protected by a 10-gauge link, and so on. Odd number wire gauge sizes like 19, 15, 13 and 11 are counted when sizing a link. The length of a fusible link should not exceed 9".

In general, a fusible link should never be used to replace an automotive fuse unless authorized by a vehicle factory service bulletin. Likewise, never replace a fusible link with an automotive fuse.

Fusible links are used in most starting circuit applications. For more technical info on fusible links, visit www.sae.org

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Power steering just stopped working on 2006 lexus is250. Apparently has electric motor somewhere on suspension. What can I do to correct short of taking to dealer


I have this exact same problem with my 2006 IS 250 as well. It happened just last week and it was sudden; I pulled out of a parking lot and noticed the steering wheel was very hard to turn. I wonder if this is going to end up being another recall for toyota.

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Changing the filter on the 2006 Lexus IS250


oil filter wrench
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Mar 14, 2009 | 2006 Lexus Is 250

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2006 LEXUS IS 250 OR 2003 LEXUS ES300


How does the ES 300 fit your driving style?
Conservative drivers your dream come true, Smooth, comfortable and quiet, easy to control and predictable. This car is the one to beat.

Sporty drivers Electronic throttle is very responsive, handles well for a car with such a cushy ride, Not as powerful as the other cars in this class.

Fast drivers Should opt for the Adaptive Variable Suspension. The firm setting provides this car with the character you are looking for as far as handling goes, but for all around performance, you may be happier with a Lexus IS300 or maybe an Acura TL Type S.

The answer to your question - the IS-250 is a luxury model, and the IS is sporty.

Both considered in the same CLASS of vehicle - near Luxury.

Who should buy this car? A person who is looking for a mid-sized sedan that is a cut above the average sedan in styling, comfort, luxury & performance.


Thank you for using FixYa - A FixYa rating is appreciated!!

Jan 22, 2009 | 2006 Lexus Is 250

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CHANGING BALL JOINTS


a balljoint removal tool is definately the proper way to remove the ball joints. harbour freight does carry them but there not the best tool provider. also if the ones your replacing aren't greaseable your better off putting greaseable fittings will defineatly make a difference.

i enclosed a link with more helpful tip and installation process for ball joint removal and installation

http://www.automedia.com/Replacing_Balljoints/ccr20021101bj/1

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