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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Apparently, the most common cause is a loose gas tank cap. It has to be tightened until it clicks. Other, more serious faults can cause this indication, but the loose cap issue is widespread. Hopefully, that's all it is in your case!
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
The outer cone is where the problem is, right where the fiber/foam of the cone material attaches to the outside metal frame. if you look closely, you will find the speaker is torn along this line, at least at some point(s). I used ge silicone 2 clear, make a bead all the way around, took about ten minutes, could not be better. Great fix. Also check lexus owners club for more detail.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
you can try feeding the switch direct but you will need to find out which wire carries the power to the switch,this can be accomplished using a test light or small meter. when you find which wire carries the power to the switch then you by-pass the switch and put the power to the other side of the switch manually instead of using the switch and the door lock will undue ut self. then you can change the door lock actuator.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
About the only way to try to remove all the coolant from the trans is to do several power flushes. But, whether flushing the system or repeatedly draining and refilling the system, odds are very good that damage is done to the transmission. This is because the coolant washes off the transmission fluid which is vital to keep the bands and gears properly lubricated, much the same as when coolant washes oil off engine bearings from a blown head gasket and causing internal engine damage.
At this point, ask them to use a transmission flush machine to flush out the system and see how transmission is, but you very well may be looking at either a trans overhaul or replacement.
I wish I didn't have to be the bearer of bad news, but the above has been my experience in dealing with transmissions that get coolant in them.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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