Question about 2002 Lexus LS 430
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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
There are two fuse boxes on this car.
The first is located inside the car, it is in a pocket compartment located near to the driver side door.
The other one is under the hood on the driver's side, it is a black box with a removable cover.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
SOURCE: Lexus LS 430 2003
Bank 2 is on the passenger side. Bank 1 is the driver side. Sensor 1 is before catalytic converter. Sensor 2 is after catalytic converter. You can get Bosch part at Autozone for half of the OEM part price. I recommend to buy this first so you know that it looks like and how the connector is mated. There are two wrenches they sell for this job. The socket one works better but requires 1/2" drive. You need to jack the car up as high as you can and use a headlamp so you can see better. Loosen the screws (about 6) to remove the cover so you can see sensor 1 (sensor 2 is visible by looking at the exhaust system). Open the sensor first and then use a flat head screwdriver to pry open the mating connector while pulling the sensor down (side of sensor connector that has a ramp is the side you need to pry). Once old sensor is out, you can replace with new sensor. Remember to disconnect the ground cable on the battery and reconnect it to reset the check engine light before you start the engine. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
When this comes on as it has it means: When the center differential is locked, VSC control turns off and the VSC OFF indicator illuminates. This is straight from the Lexus diagnostic chart.
The system is faulted in some way so you will need to have the fault memory read out, and then depending on what fault code or codes are stored will determine the type of diagnosis that will need to be performed.
A dealer would be your best bet to get the cause determined. Their scan tool, when hooked up to you vehicle will give them all of the information they need to rectify your condition. After the scan results are found, replacement parts or adjustments can be performed.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 04, 2012
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