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2007 Lexus RX 400h won't start

Lights turn on, dash lights turn on but the engine won't start. Doesn't make any noises.

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cansmo

Reynaldo Andico

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SOURCE: i have a 2006 is250 lexus push button start and it only starts sometimes....radio, lights, nav everything works but it won't crank....takes 3-4 times before it cranks and it doesn't happen eve

The first thing you want to check for is the brake signal,without this signal it will not crank,this is the easy one make sure you get brake light,the second is to have the starter tested by a direct method,this gives the indication of the health of the starter

Posted on Mar 23, 2012

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SOURCE: dash lights all flashed on then engine died on

It sounds like your battery is dead. Try recharging your battery:)

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Lexus sc400 electrical problem

the computer is bad and also these cars are known for the insturment clusters to go bad along with the computer. get them both fixed and it will solve your problem.

Posted on Oct 12, 2009

c1apton15

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SOURCE: I have a lexus Lx470.

There is NO button to turn off. You need to have the codes scanned and reset, Something triggered a fault and lights came on. Lexus can do it and any good shop can read the codes and reset your lights.

Posted on Jan 18, 2011

Anonymous

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SOURCE: 1991 Lexus 400 - engine

This could be a problem with your starter -- if you know a bit about engines try tapping the starter with a wrench while someone turns the key (not too hard so you don't damage it if this is not the problem). If your starter motor has a "dead spot" tapping it can get it to free itself up and might help. If this DOES help, please consider changing your starter so you don't have to keep going through this problem. If tapping the starter does not help, it might just be dead altogether. If you are doing your own work, try replacing it and hopefully that should help. If you are not going to do your own work on the car, a mechanic should be able to give you a proper diagnosis and repair the issue without too much hassle.

Posted on Jun 01, 2011

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