how to replace water pump on a 1991 es250 lexus
How do I Reset dashboard warning lights on 90 Lexus ES250
on the exhaust
you should be able to find a shop manual at the local library with the right information on this -- make copies of the pages, as they are usually for REFERENCE only...:)
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it is located in the fuel tank
replace upper radiator hose and install a new thermostat. see what happens. or turn it on without the thermostat for a while and see if it still overheats.
To remove the radio from the 1990 Lexus ES250, first pry the face plate from the dashboard. Then remove the clips that hold each side of the radio. Then, remove the wires to release the radio.
Under the rear seat. Pull your rear seat bottom out, and there is a circular access panel with two plugs. Unplug and the remove bolts, lift out, and replace.
== It's the medium sized black box located under the drivers seat...
under the air filter box assy on drivers side(under the hood)
fuel pump or fliter
Without seeing the 1991 Lexus es250, it is impossible to know exactly the cause of the fuel pump problems. A mechanic will be able to look at the car and let you know whether it is a bad pump, relay, or a clog.
if you are talking about the HV/AC blower motor then the resistor pack is bad.
same as a toyota, same as any car go to your public library and look up the step by step instructions from the manual there
how can you delete the video for sansa e250R?
You have to take the intake manifold off in order to do this. Both sensors (there are 2 of them) are on top of the heads. A dealer will typically charge $1100-$1500 for this service because it is time intensive. The sensors themselves are around $170 each. I would recommend a top end rebuild to get more value out of the time/money spent on this procedure.
It could be a number of different problems. The first thing to do is go to an auto parts store that offers free power-train error code readings, the scanner may answer the question. If not, possible causes are: dirty radiator, bad coolant temperature sensor, bad thermostat, bad waterpump, bad cooling fan or cooling fan relay/fuse. Or it could be a blown head-gasket, which will make your oil light brown and foamy like chocolate milk or make your coolant recovery tank smell like exhaust fumes.
dude flashing o/d means problems to your trans check it out No it doesnt. I own a 90 es250 and the o/d flashes when the car is in o/d. There is a small button on the back of the shifter where you can turn it on and off. You might want to look for this button elsewhere if it is not on your shifter.
In the ES250 model, the fuses are located in 2 primary places. In the engine compartment, on the drivers side, along the top outside wall, in a black compartment. Just pop open the snap on hinge to gain access to these fuses. Secondly, inside the car, drivers side floor panel area. Remove panel door to access these fuses.
Often it's an alternator diode. Check the battery first. When batteries start to go bad they can often start to discharge over a couple hours. Take it to an auto parts retailer and have them test the battery and alternator for you. I had the same problem with my '92 Windom (ES 300). It was a faulty trunk mounted CD changer that was draining the battery.
Yes it does, I have a 1990 Lexus es250 and it had the 2.5 2vzfe and I swapped for a 2.0 1vzfe and it bolts right up swapped all the stuff of the old motor on to the new motor, I did however buy a seal kit timing kit water pump for the 1vzfe motor because some of the seals are only for the 1vzfe and will not work on the other, you get the point. I have 50k on this motor in my car and it works great.
I currently own a 1990 es250 nad the other day my son set our alarm off. All I had to do was stick the key in the door and unlock the door.