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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: shifter knob removal
the shift knob is glued and pressed on, the best way to remove it intact is to heat the knob with a heat gun and pull straight up with a lot of force, please be very careful because when the knob finally releases there is very good chance that you can hit yourself in the face, if the knob is not to be used again you cut a **** up the side with a dremal tool,
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
It Is My Experience that there is Only Methods to "HOLDING" the FLASHER in place. #1 is a SMALL Steal BAR that goes from one side to the Other and it "CLIPS" onto the CENTER OF FLASHER,
#2 IS 2 PLASTIC CLIPS down LOW that clip onto the BOTTOM EDGE. These you simply Spred Apart and PULL HARD on Flasher to REMOVE. "MOST FLASHER UNITS" have NO RETAINING DEVISE AT ALL and You just PULL IT OUT with a FIRM GRIP as the Spade Connector have a VERY GOOD GRIP on the FLASHER . This May be the Delima you are Experiencing now. Seems that YOU are ASKING A GOOD QUESTION as it is possible to really EASY to Damage Parts if One is UNAWARE of The Correct Procedures. , Aldata shows NO SPECIAL Procedure for flasher removal . I hope this Helps you, PLEASE remember to RATE me as Most folks Forget and THANK YOU ! Good Luck ! ! !
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
go with standard pads.they wear a little faster than ceramics.but they dont wear down brake rotors.ceramics pads are hard and they cause brakes to squeak.also your car is under warranty with lexus dealership.i would use what they said. because you have future brake problem. they will void out warranty for not using their brakes.
Posted on May 29, 2009
Rear brakes similar to fronts except that caliper piston must be screwed back instead of compressed (due to use of parking brake).
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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