Question about 2005 Lexus Ls 430
I have an 2005 LS430 & now when I use the garage door opener, I have to be right next to the door. Is there a battery that needs to be replaced?
Hi. Your in-car integrated door opener button in your LS430, is powered by the vehicles electrical assembly. There's no battery to change. this may be an issue that concerns the garage door openers sensor unit, that is located on the actual garage door unit. Locate the sensor wire on the garage door opener inside your garage. use caution. You may need to use a small step ladder to reach and remove the cover. The sensor wire will be hanging down, on most units. Inspect the wire to make sure that it is not loose, or damaged. make sure the wire is hanging freely. If the wire is OK, and connected to the opener securely, this will indicate that the in car button is the culprit. Try relocating the sensor wire on the opener, before replacing the in car button circuit. NOTE_ If the in car button is located on the visor, the culprit will be a damaged sensor in the visor, itself. This will require you to have the entire visor replaced. the sensor is not repairable.
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