20 Most Recent 1998 Lexus LX470 Questions & Answers

maybe the engine coolant temperature sensor dont work properly , sometimes do not the check light come on

1998 Lexus LX470 | Answered on May 08, 2017


1998 Lexus LX470 | Answered on Oct 09, 2015

If Its under the hood
  • Raise the hood of your car and look near the battery for a black, plastic box. Unsnap the lid and raise the cover. On the inside of the lid there should be a schematic of the fuse orientation, and inside this box there should be an array of circuit breakers, fuses and relays arranged according to the schematic. One of the small, black relays is likely to control the fuel pump. Near the relay there is also typically a red, 10-amp fuse labeled "FUEL," "F/P" or "FUEL PUMP." If not, check under the dashboard.
If its under the Dashboard
  • Use a flashlight to look under the dashboard. In most cases, there should be a lower cover to access the fuse panel. Remove the cover with a small screwdriver and pull the lid off of the fuse panel. On the inside of the lid there should be a label that identifies the fuse arrangement, similar to the label on the power center under the hood. Look for the same lettering that designates the fuel pump fuse. If the fuse is not there, look in the specialty fuse panels.

1998 Lexus LX470 | Answered on Jun 11, 2014

On American SUV's, the Manufacturer includes a packet containing the extra flashers and harness "Pigs" to connect the rear of the SUV to the front power boxes.

You may be able to find this packet in the box or jacket that comes with your Jack. It is like they should label "some assembly required" on all Vehicles with Towing capabilities. Vehicles do not come with the Towing ****** or the trailer Ball either.

Since some trailers have Electric braking systems, most Manufacturers have left off the connections and provide the Owners with the packet containing underdash fittings and Extra heavy duty Flashers and turn signals.

If you look and have a cover on the Tow socket, the flap will have symbols for the function of the various terminals on the plug. Use a Voltmeter to test the output of each terminal when the turn signals or brakes are on. Depending on the number of terminals in the socket, there may be a power terminal used to recharge a boats' battery or a campers' battery

1998 Lexus LX470 | Answered on Jan 24, 2012

regas AC and clean or replace the pollen filter

1998 Lexus LX470 | Answered on Nov 06, 2010

go to any auto parts store and purchase a tow connector tester for about 9 dollars. Joe

1998 Lexus LX470 | Answered on May 23, 2010

For most Toyota vehicles, to be safe you should change the timing and accessory belts, associated belt tensioners, thermostat, water pump, coolant, plugs, fluids, and filters every 60,000 miles.

1998 Lexus LX470 | Answered on Jan 22, 2010

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