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You have tripped the security system in the vehicle. More than likely your Lexus thought someone was trying to steal your stereo & quite likely the vehicle itself. You'll have to contact your Lexus or Toyota dealer and ask them how to correctly reset it. You may have to have it taken in so they can hook there computer up to it and clear the security code. Have u tried disconnecting the car battery positive wire for a few mins and then reconnecting it? Sometimes this will reset CPU. Good Luck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds a lot like just a bad connection.
While it could be a relay that is preventing the starter from kicking in, often this kind of problem stems from corroded terminals.
If the starter was fouled internally (it happens), you should at least hear the solenoid clicking.
Remove the negative battery terminal first, then trace it down to where it connects to the block or chassis; remove and clean all contact points, including the battery terminal itself.
Then, before reinstalling, remove and clean the positive cable at both ends; one of which is probably attached to the main starter terminal or the solenoid. Again, don't forget the battery terminal.
Some protection against recurrence of this problem can be had using dielectric grease or at least, petroleum jelly on all contact surfaces when reassembling.
Put it all back together remembering to connect the negative terminal last.
While most power loads draw only a few amps, they are often unaffected by poor contact but the starter draws from 100-200 amps and this drain won't tolerate even a few tenths of an Ohm in the circuit.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
SOURCE: jammed cd player
it started and stopped the cd player in the middle of all that kyoss now it doesn't know that disc are in there.. in plug the power source and plug it back in that should kick them out..
good luck ray
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
The only way to fix your problem is to have a radio repair shop take it apart. You cannot fix this on your own. Remove the radio or get a quote from a repair shop first. If you cannot find a repair shop , talk to the parts guys at you local ford dealer about sending it out for repair.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
recently had this problem, take two credit cards or id, and use them as tweezers to pull out cd(s). It works better, faster, and does little to none scratches on your cd(s).
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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