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There are so many possible causes: Worn/defective spark plugs, dirty fuel injectors, vacuum leak, ignition coil, sensor problem...Have you done any diagnostics at all?

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Lexus 1996 es 300 evap canister p0441

if you look at diagram below on top of tank it shows a line going to evap that would mean its located behind or next to fuel tank its a some what rounded canister about 8in long and 5 in wide .black plastic.

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Cruise control doesn't work on my lexus

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Frozen slide pins on front left calipur on a 94 lexus gs 300 how to loosen it or remove and replace it

Soak them with penetrating oil and let sit over night, or try heating them up with a torch and them try to remove them.

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the tire sensors should last for 3-4 years at least. if there is a problem you may want ot check the spare tire pressure but if all the tire pressures are ok you may have a bad sensor but you will have to take in to a shop to have the sensor initalize and programed to your vehical. if you have had tires put on and had the problem after that then i would go back to that tire store to have them make sure that they didn't break one by accident.

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Sep 25, 2009 | 1993 Lexus Es 300

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Lexus ls 400 - it's $25 for a year-long subscription and gives you troubleshooting charts, parts diagrams, exploded diagrams of every system on the car, etc - it's an online factory service manual. Excellent resource that is well worth the small cost.

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Timing belt tensioner

ok sounds simple
get under car with a big socket wrench and i mean big wrench the length of arm bigger the wrench less strain on arm to pulley
cause it might seem stuck but if apply opposite preasure to the tensioner with big socket wrench the tensioner will loose its grip
if u use a small socket wrench its like shooting tiny tiny target with a shirman tank
dont worry yours is not frozen its just the size of your wrench that is giving trouble

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