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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is located behind the glove box. the glove box has a compartment separator inside of it. you must pull up and out to remove it. the back of the glove box has a removable panel. remove it. the filter tray will have a cover over it with two snap clips or the fresh air circulator on the dash will have to be set to recirculate to open the cover for the filter.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
If your is exhibiting the same signs as a dead battery it really sounds like your alternator is bad. If you are handy, you can remove the alternator and take it to an autoparts store like autozone and they will test it for you. This is not a hard job to do, usually 2 electrical connections, 3-5 mounting bolts and you have to pop the belt off. Just reverse it to install a new one. Good luck! - Nick
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
your battery is dead!! Even if jumped, if the battery is dead celled it will not have sufficient power to crank. Dead celled batteries will hold a charge momentarily then slowly die again. I recommend temporarily swapping a battery from another vehicle to try and start your ES300. This is to make sure it isnt the starter or alternator thats the problem. To test the alternator, use a voltmeter at the battery terminals (w/car started and running) to check voltage should be (13.5-14.5 volts). If you do not have a voltmeter,(old school way) simply start the car, while engine running pull the positive terminal off the battery(make sure NOT to ground the positive terminal). If the vehicle dies, possible alternator or alt circuit failure. Bring it to autozone or advance auto to test for free. Hopefully this helps...please rate...thanks
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
Make sure the connections are good at the battery and starter. Make sure the new battery is fully charged. It should read at least 13-14 volts. Just because lights come on doesn't mean the connection is good enough to start the engine nor does it mean there is enough charge to start the engine. The only other thing it would likely be is the starter solenoid itself. Kind of doubt it on an '04 Lex though.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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