Lexus ES 300 - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals - Page 8


sorry to say my alldata doesnt list no1 cylinder ,but engine can be timed to any cylinder ,1 to 6 without any timing marks but you would need to have studied at college for 6 yrs like me to do this but trust me its not complicated ,bring up any cylinder to top then look at the cams ,if in doubt ask a local mechanic to have a look dont play as if its wrong you could bend the valves and in extreme circumstances knock a hole in a piston crown

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Well, an engine needs 3 things to run....fuel, spark, and compression. But they also have to happen in the right time in the right amounts. If you are sure that you have fuel getting into the engine, and you are sure that you have spark at the plugs. I think I would be checking the timing and the compression. And remember, just because you have fuel pressure at the fuel rail doesn't nesissarily mean that the injectors are opening.

2002 Lexus ES... | 82 views | 0 helpful votes


My cars relay fuel and fan were stolen by a guy was fixing my door. Right?????? So caused my car to be jumped started then hesitate and stop when trying to drive alternator fuse was all tore up cause the jerk didnt know you needed to unscrew it from the bottom. So he cracked it. I am going to pick up the pricy relays today let you know what happens

1996 Lexus ES... | 634 views | 0 helpful votes


This is a method of specifying how many additional degrees of rotation to turn a bolt after reaching a specified torque value.

1993 Lexus Es... | 71 views | 0 helpful votes


The problem could be:

- Dirty or low engine oil
- Valve timing
- Oil control valve
- Variable Valve Timing controller assembly
- Engine Control Module (ECM)

There is an oil control valve on the head that allows oil pressure to change the cam timing. If it gets dirty or sticks, you have this error.

2001 Lexus ES... | 334 views | 1 helpful votes


It may be a good idea to have an experienced AC person take a look at the problem. It may be as simple as recharging the system or a seal problem. Whatever it may be, you don't want any Freon leaking into the environment if you can stop it. Have them take a look and see if they can find the problem for you.

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Also what no one is mentioning is to make sure you have oil pressure, or that the oil pressure sensor is working, alot of newer vehicles run the fuel pumps off of them oil pressure sensor so if your vehicle stops pumping oil and lubricating, it shuts the fuel pump off to protect itself from damage or further damage

1993 Lexus Es... | 197 views | 0 helpful votes


Possibly a defective speed sensor

2000 Lexus ES... | 1,533 views | 1 helpful votes


There are several all around the engine block and cylinder heads.

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I thought it was my fuel pump. It's likely your ECU.
The capacitors may have begun leaking.
I redid mine and fixed the problem.

See here:
http://www.clublexus.com/forums/ls400/656360-all-my-crazy-lexus-issues-solved-ecu-leaking-capacitor.html

1996 Lexus ES... | 148 views | 1 helpful votes


There are so many possible causes: Worn/defective spark plugs, dirty fuel injectors, vacuum leak, ignition coil, sensor problem...Have you done any diagnostics at all?

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2001 Lexus ES... | 104 views | 2 helpful votes


Google the codes and their general meanings ..read tips...have you released your manual break?

2000 Lexus ES... | 296 views | 0 helpful votes


Your owners manual will let you know for sure. It should be in the underhood fuse / relay center

1998 Lexus ES... | 73 views | 0 helpful votes


have the OBD I codes read ,it might just need a reset but will also tell you if there is an issue with any sensors/switches etc

1992 Lexus Es... | 34 views | 0 helpful votes


A noisey fuel pump can be an indication of a worn pump. You have to do a fuel pressure test to determine if the pump is supplying proper pressure and volume

1998 Lexus ES... | 56 views | 0 helpful votes


There isn't a fuse. Clocks are very low voltage and ampere draw. Access the plug. Pull it and replace it(corrosion). If it starts working agian, you are good to go. Otherwise replace the clock module.

2000 Lexus ES... | 694 views | 2 helpful votes


It doesn't have one. That function is done by the Powertrain Control Module directly to the coils.

1999 Lexus ES... | 542 views | 1 helpful votes

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