Question about 2001 Lexus Gs 430
No floor heat or defrost airflow
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lexus ls 430 2001
are they not the same as the other cars where you will press a clip at the bottom of one of the post and you can slide out the headrest?
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Posted on Oct 14, 2008
The outer cone is where the problem is, right where the fiber/foam of the cone material attaches to the outside metal frame. if you look closely, you will find the speaker is torn along this line, at least at some point(s). I used ge silicone 2 clear, make a bead all the way around, took about ten minutes, could not be better. Great fix. Also check lexus owners club for more detail.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: Heating and AC problem.
I had the same thing on the same model car. Sounded like I had a gerbil living (running around in a little wheel) in my dashboard. I think the replacement part is called an accuator (it is relatively inexpensive) but the whole dashboard has to be removed to put it in. It controls the opening and closing of the vents. Apparently even taking the dashboard off is not as difficult as dealers often indicate - but they bill for a lot of time - so the job is an expensive one unless you do it yourself. I ended up having a friend do it for me.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
At the driver side junction box (DSJB), check the 10A FUEL OPN fuse which is the source of power for the fuel door. The power is applied to the fuel lid opener switch that, when closed, activates the fuel lid opener motor and...POP!
Also at the DSJB, check the 15A ECU-IG fuse which supplies power to BODY ECU 1. At the passenger side junction block, check the 20A P FR DOOR fuse. Next, at engine room relay block 1, check the 10A MPX-B fuse. These three fuses apply to BODY ECU 1 which controls luggage compartment door operation. TSW output from the ECU is applied to the luggage compartment dooe opener switch which, when closed, activates the luggage compartment door opener motor and...POP!
Posted on Sep 29, 2012
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