You own a 1997 Lexus ES300 Yesterday the lights on the clock and radio went out Could you tell you which fuse went out and where it's located?
the fuse is under the hood and it is the fuse is under the label DOME and the amp is 7.5
What would cause the 'rear light failure warning' light to stay on in a 1996 Lexus ES300 even though no bulbs are burned out?
It may caused by a light installed that don't match the factory specifications, could be the wattage is a bit off or something of that nature. It could also be the lamp failure sensor. On the LS400 it is located in the trunk on the drivers-side just behind the backseat. The sensor activates the warning light when there is a break in the circuit for the brake lights or the tail-lights.
1992 Lexus ES300 It hasn't been driven for a few weeks and when I started it yesterday a plume of white smoke poured out for at least 10 sec It has never done that before Could it be a coolant leak?
IT IS LOCATED UNDER THE ENGINE COVER, THER WILL BE A HOSE CONNECTED TO IT. TAKE TEH ENGINE COVER OFF WITH 10MM SOCKET. IT IS LOCATED UNDER THERE NEAR THE FIREWALL. Have you heard the phrase a picture is worth 1000 words? The picture of this vehicle will help you find your pcv valve. Check it out: http://www.clublexus.com/forums/es300-and-es330-forum/418700-2001-lexus-es300-pcv-where-is-it.html
On my 1994 ES300, the gear selector would not budge from the Park position. In the interim, I could occasionally employ the override found on the front-right of the console: remove the rubber cover and press down on the nylon switch with a thin screwdriver. The real culprit was the brake-light switch found under the dash, triggered by the brake pedal assembly. Simple to replace for about $25 (at an aftermarket parts store). To test…