Question about 2002 Lexus LX 470
The battery seems fine as all panels display. The starter seems to be clicking away as is should (doesn't sound slow). But, it doesn't even try to turn over. Tried about 4 times waited a while and then started. Later doesn't seem to start at all. No fuel smell under hood during process.
For 2002 LX470; after monthly starting failures each month, over seven month period. First, battery was replaced, then throttle assembly, then engine computer, then ignition module, then transmission, then problem was attributed to a cracked fuse module and entire module was replaced. Port for one of the fuses was supposedly cracked (although no final determination could be made because module is completely sealed and cannot be opened without destroying entire contents). Problem attributed to expansion/contraction in module that had crack, resulting in intermittent starting failures.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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