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  • Rob
    Rob - 2000 Lexus RX300 - Body & Interior - 12/24/2011
    How do I wire the antenna?
    0 answer
  • candelaria
    candelaria - 1996 Lexus ES300 - Body & Interior - 12/17/2011
    Water going inside my car when it rain for the roof window, how do I stop it??
    Water building up in my car from the rain help me stop it?
    0 answer
  • atillc
    atillc - 2010 Lexus RX450h - Body & Interior - 12/16/2011
    The shop replaced my headlight unit, but headlight does not rotate when turning my steering wheel anymore. Any ideas?
    The complete headlight unit was replaced as well as the computer panel located just below the headlight. The AFS is "On" and the left side turns, but the right side does not, which is the side where I hit a deer.
    • don
      12/16/2011 don
      if it did it before you took it to the shop,take it back and tell them to fix it.
  • dobsontiger
    dobsontiger - 2004 Lexus ES330 - Body & Interior - 12/14/2011
    Where can I buy headlight covers for a 2004 Lexus ES330, and get instructions on how to install them?
    Just want to replace them, and not pay the dealer hundreds of $
    • don
      12/14/2011 don
      ebay or just put in headlight cover and hit enter
  • mitch
    • Spoon Sports
      12/13/2011 Spoon Sports
      Good day Mitch, sorry to hear about your Dash, now i believe it can be fixed, but unfortunately im not there to see the damage let alone know what you mean by hollow.

      I believe this has to be inspected by a mechanic, however dont fret, im not asking you to get it fixed by a mechanic, all you have to do is get an opinion and post it here and ill see what i can do.
  • Bruce
    Bruce - 2009 Lexus RX350 - Body & Interior - 12/12/2011
    How do I replace a rear passenger corning light on the bumper.
    • Spoon Sports
      12/9/2011 Spoon Sports
      There is just one bolt that fastens the corner light that can be accessed from underneath the bumper. You may only have to pop one or two of the plastic bumper tabs to get better access.
      Spoon Sports
      12/9/2011 Bruce
    • Spoon Sports
      12/12/2011 Spoon Sports
      Youre welcome and good luck
      Spoon Sports
      12/13/2011 Bruce
      Found that an extension with a 10mm swivel does the trick.
  • tigershark203
    tigershark203 - 1998 Lexus GS400 - Body & Interior - 12/12/2011
    Why is my heater not putting out heat through the vents?
    Vehicle has approx 100k miles. I can feel some heat but its not what you would expect and it seems to not be directed through the proper vents. It can be adjusted on drivers/passengers side. I had the "Heater core" replaced about 2 years ago.
    0 answer
  • Bruce
    Bruce - 2009 Lexus RX350 - Body & Interior - 12/9/2011
    How do I replace the rear passenger cornering lens
    • Spoon Sports
      12/9/2011 Spoon Sports
      There is just one bolt that fastens the corner light that can be accessed from underneath the bumper. You may only have to pop one or two of the plastic bumper tabs to get better access.
  • roy
    roy - 2001 Lexus ES300 - Body & Interior - 12/5/2011
    Cruse control doesn,t work
    I have a 1994 nissan pick-up and when I turn on the cruse control, the speed is not setting, acts like it is still in off mode. What might be the problem? The fuse is good...
    • theo
      10/23/2011 theo
      check vacuum line and wires to cruise does the light come on indicating cruise is engage
    • roy
      12/5/2011 roy
      On the brake pedal up, by the brake light switch, there are two plastic stops, one turns on the brake lihgts
      the other turns off the cruse control when the brakes are pressed. Change those stops. I used the same
      sized plastic screw and nut combo to replace those stops or you can run to the dealership and grab a set of them. Also do not rule out that the cruse stop may just be missing all together. This will stop the cruse conrol
      from working at all.
  • buckeye
    buckeye - 1992 Lexus ES300 - Body & Interior - 11/30/2011
    • anjp
      11/30/2011 anjp
      What does it smell like and have you ever changed your cabin air filter? I'm not sure if the the 1992 is the same as the 97 ES300, but these links may help.
      12/1/2011 Spoon Sports
      Great links
    • Jay Giron
      11/30/2011 Jay Giron

      Things You'll Need
      Foaming coil cleaner
      Garden hose
      Locate your air conditioner's condensation drain line.

      Remove this line and flush it with bleach water to kill mold and mildew. Allow this to dry thoroughly before you replace it.

      Find the drip pan located near the heat exchange on your furnace. Remove this tray and clean it thoroughly with hot, soapy water. Allow it to dry and then put it back.

      Lift the top of your air conditioning unit to expose the inside.

      Use a flashlight and visually inspect every area of the inside of your unit. Look for anything that would cause odor or smells such as rotting vegetation or dead animals. Remove all debris.

      Spray foaming coil cleaner and allow it to sit for five to ten minutes. This will soften and loosen dirt, grime and oil.

      Hose out the unit. Continue to run the water through the unit until the water runs clear.
    • Spoon Sports
      11/30/2011 Spoon Sports
      This is a common problem for all air conditioners (in a car or not), and is caused by mildew growth. In cars it often happens when people run their A/C on the recirculation all of the time, or the drain gets clogged. The system doesn't dry out completely and mildew starts to grow.

      You should be concerned about your health, especially if you have allergies. Just imagine all that mildew and god knows what else growing in there and being spewed in your face every time you turn the A/C on... Here's a link to US EPA page describing how mold may affect health, if you are still not convinced.

      The things you should do to remove the cause of your problem and prevent it from happening again:


      Run it on recirculation only when something stinks outside, or you want it to cool down quickly. Fresh air from outside will help it dry out better.

      Make sure that your A/C drain isn't clogged and there is no water building up.

      And this is what you could do to remove the unpleasant effects:


      Run the heater on full for a while, that will dry out the system and might 'cook' the mildew.

      Change your cabin air filter (if you have one).

      There are special sprays sold to remove the mildew from the A/C system (read the instructions carefully before using them). Just using Lysol or some other stuff like that will work too, but the smell will be more unpleasant.

      I suggest that you do all of this, and in the specified order.
  • Jim Stephens
    Jim Stephens - 2007 Lexus RX350 - Body & Interior - 11/30/2011
    Water leaks on to floor
    water is collecting under the floor mats in the front and rear
    • Jay Giron
      11/30/2011 Jay Giron
      The heater core maybe leaking coolant or the evaporator condensation drain line is plugged.
      make sure to check your coolant level it needs to top off
  • James McMnus
    James McMnus - 1991 Lexus LS400 - Body & Interior - 11/30/2011
    Moon roof is leaking in left forward corner. Rubber seal is good, left forward drain is open.
    This leak appears after extended downpour of rain. The water soaks the headliner panel above left door and offers slow-forming drop once a minute. Drain appears to be open.
    0 answer
  • Rene
    Rene - 2005 Lexus RX330 - Body & Interior - 11/30/2011
    How do you convert a regular headlamp to a high voltage headlamp?
  • philip harnois
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  • Chris rx350
    Chris rx350 - 2007 Lexus RX350 - Body & Interior - 11/23/2011
    Is there a mechanic that specializes on Lexus in NYC who is not a dealer ship?
    My car is taking in water whenever it rains, on the passenger floor. I need to stop the leak and possibly replace the carpet, not to mention removing water that is probably underneath the carpet.
    • Jimm
      11/23/2011 Jimm
      Try the 'Find-A-Shop' feature on this website to locate a mechanic and repair shops in your area. The water leaking maybe related to; faulty wnidshield or window gasket / weatherstripping.