This is a fairly common problem in Lexus cars. I have read quite a bit on this but have never done repairs since my lights and instruments work fine. I am suggesting that you follow this link which will take you to lexusownersclub.com You will have to copy and paste the URL into you address bar. I located the exact thread but there are also several others. LOC is the best source for any Lexus information and the members are extremely helpful. There is no charge to join, just make a user name and passwork. You DO NOT need to join to view but if you wish to post a question you do. IF you join please put my name vbdenny as your reference. http://us.lexusownersclub.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=878 vbdenny
A common problem cause by a failing connection or relay behind the instrument panel. I have not had this problem and have not done this repair but I will tell you where to find people who have and are willing to share that information with you. Go to lexusownersclub.com and search the workshop files. If you are a Lexus owner and do any repairs on your car you should view this website. Tell them vbdenny sent you!
If you are in the United States you cannot change the speedometer on the Mazda 3 from miles to kilometers. The only option available is miles.
what you see when you look at the speedometer is the average distance you have traveled. notice the speedometer says mph Miles Per Hour how many miles you have traveled per hour.
Then it is time to get it fixed.
Speedometer measure thing in mph (Miles Per Hour) or kph (Kilometers Per Hour).
km/h or miles per hour
The Lexus 250H by far gets the best gas milage, especially considering the cost. The base price runs approximately 35,000 and it gets around 34 miles per gallon.
how much is a 2006 lexus suv cost?
If the speedometer breaks, it effects the odometer. Check the speedometer cable it may be broken, even under the insulation.
if your speedometer says 60 miles per hour as you are driving down the highway and if you keep that constant speed up for one hour you will have travelled 60 miles, assuming your speedometer is calibrated correctly.
A speedometer measures the speed a vehicle is traveling in miles per hour (MPG) or kilometers per hour (KPH).
Lexus manufacturer recommend replace timing belt on Lexus rx300 every 105,000 miles.
The odometer is separate from the speedometer. The odometer counts how many miles you have driven total, while the speedometer shows how many miles you will travel in an hour if you maintain a given speed. You should immediately take you vehicle to a qualified service technician, and get the odometer fixed.
My '93 has 230,000 miles so far.
YES. Lexus recommends this changed at 90K miles
miles per hour
ive seen cars with 350,000+ miles
As the Lexus is Toyota's premium brand the parts to repair a Lexus will be more expensive than the same parts for a Camry. But the Lexus is one of the most reliable vehicles you can buy. At 90,000 miles the Lexus and Camry both have many miles left before they need any major repairs, assuming they were serviced regularly. Look closely at each car and see if it appears they were taken care of. I would pick the Lexus over the Camry although both are very dependable automobiles.
The easiest thing to do is to go to a speedometer shop and have them recalibrate the speedometer.
Any speedometer, on a bicycle, car, boat, or airplane, will read in either kilometers per houror else in miles per hour .
The Lexus RX 400H has a timing belt. I believe the replacement cycle is at 90k miles.