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A lean code means there is too much oxygen in the exhaust as detected by an oxygen sensor. This could be due to several possible issues. 1.) You could have a bad oxygen sensor, 2.) you could have a broken exhaust manifold and it's letting in air (oxygen), 3.) you have sticky injectors that aren't allowing proper amounts of fuel into the cylinders. If you have no power issues and acceleration and driving seems normal, it probably isn't injectors. I had a similar problem and it turned out to be a broken exhaust manifold. Only found it when up on a lift. Oxygen sensors are relatively inexpensive, so replacing them won't cost too much.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 5 hours ago


Lexus IS250 repair manuals are available at the click of a mouse! Chilton's Lexus IS250 online manuals provide information for your car's diagnostics, do-it-yourself repairs, and general maintenance.
Chilton's Lexus IS250 repair manuals include diagrams, photos, and instructions you need to assist you in do-it-yourself IS250 repairs. ChiltonDIY online IS250 repair manuals cover automotive service and repairs, from diagnostic trouble codes and probable causes, electronic engine controls, and maintenance schedules, to brake and suspension issues, wiring diagrams and engine repairs, tune-up procedures, specifications, clutch and gearbox diagrams, and more.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered 5 hours ago


You will need to check for power with a test light or multimeter, and confirm a good earth with the same.

Check tbe switch is working correctly and has power to it.


Mazda Cars &... | Answered 5 hours ago


Your post is so misspelled, but I do get that the fuel pump won’t engage. Start with the fuel pump relay, and go from there.

Buick Terraza... | Answered 6 hours ago


Are you brake lights coming one when you press the brake pedal? If not, the issue is probably a dead battery. If the lights are coming on, it is probably a defective brake switch (which tells the car when you are pressing the brake).

Cars & Trucks | Answered 7 hours ago


Igot a code Eng - # 1 5323 spin fail 13 on my 2014 Freightliner Cascade DD15 will not start up

Cars & Trucks | Answered 7 hours ago


Sounds like a ignition control module failure. Check for spark at a spark plug wire. No spark then suspect module failure. Good spark-- Suspect possible fuel delivery problem. If spark is good then fuel pump may have failed.

1992 Oldsmobile... | Answered 8 hours ago


you can not me mate loads on line but you have to pay for them I got a site called Vauxhall radio its not free if you live in Birmingham uk theirs a place in green lane they recode for £15 other than that take it to a shop near you good luck

Cars & Trucks | Answered 8 hours ago


07 is likely to be fully computerised and digital and just as likely leaving it switched on until the battery ran down has confused the management system as a faulty sensor - the fans and temperature gauge likely driven by computer from data gathered by the computer(s) from the various sensors... Likely it needs a clever person with a laptop and the right software to restore the management default settings. I might be wrong but that is still the best starting point.

Buick Cars &... | Answered 9 hours ago


1565 cc engine and in 1973 introduced a 1647 cc engine

Renault Cars &... | Answered 9 hours ago


The dealer will need to replace the actuator latch. If you can get a latch, you can probably do it, but I would check on the location and if you can easily reach it to replace it before you buy a new latch mechanism.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 10 hours ago

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