I don't know the features for the original battery I have to buy for this car
I bougth my car 2 years ago with a 300 amp battery , I don't know which is the best battery for my car now because I have to replace it , sellers don't know which is the original battery. the question is: May I buy a 400/700 amp now?
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Jump starting a Lexus (I have one too) only gives enough power to start the car and a modest run will top up the battery. What you need to do is buy a battery charger and FULLY charge the battery. If the battery goes flat after this, there can only be three things wrong.
1.The battery needs replacing due to age or a defective cell.
2. you have a voltage drain somewhere.
3. The alternator isn't charging the battery. Is the charge light on?
I replaced the original OEM battery on my 2005 ES330 about 3 years ago.
I'm pretty sure that the charging system was checked by now & they should have checked it for an electrical short & the ignition system should have been checked. It may be an electrical short in the ignition system, bad/ erratic starter or relay. I advise u to get in touch w the dealer & inform them the problem is still happening & see what they have to say, or get a auto tech to check it & get a warrantee w the work. The dealer should be standing behind their work already. Good Luck. CALL BACK THAT DEALER, U PAID THEM TO FIX THIS PROBLEM ALREADY. Ive dealt w consumers for 21 years & auto repair.
On the front you can use an old pad &
4" c-clamp,not so on the rear
It will go back in, if you open the bleeder valve
You have to flush all 4 corners, on all your vehicles,
every 2 years anyway. Didn't know that -right !
Now to your part of the puzzle
Buy a small tool at parts store that looks like a
1 1/4" cube with pins on it
That is to turn in the caliper parking brake feature
inside & behind the pistion you where trying to push on
Push in by hand while turning clockwise with the cube
using a 3/8" extension & ratchet
Once the pads are on ratchet up the parking brake
lever by hand
Now your changing your brake fluids every 2 years
you start doing the power steering & trans EVERY
30,000 Miles,ALWAYS on ALL Vehicles
Sand off ALL rust on caliper & pad abutements &
sliding surfaces & use anti-seize ,or you may as well
not do the job in the first place. The pro don't do that,
but you can do a nice job, so the brakes actually work
They probably had a series of batteries that were bad, and unfortunately, you got 2 of them. Take a credit (as it must still be under warranty) and get another one, or buy another brand. I don't think it has anything to do with your car.