Question about 1999 Lexus LS 400
How much should this cost to replace sensor?
There are two or three possible answers.
1. Dealer repair- $100-200; requires labor to remove tank, replace sensor, then replace tank; cost of sensor.
2. Self-repair- $20-30; requires same labor.
3. Disconnect- $0; unplug sensor connector and do not replace sensor.
I recommend testing the sensor circuit. Unplug the sensor connector and determine if the alarm clears. If so, then it is a failed sensor. This is a link to others with the same problem, http://us.lexusownersclub.com/forums/topic/25833-low-washer-fluid-reminder-on/.
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
Level sensor failing, replace
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
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