That's a bit of a fluke. See if you can get the engine running knowing the fuel pump is pumping. The easiest way to get at it to do the change is to go at it from underneath, remove the serpentine belt, then the alternator. I suspect that that will be the last culprit in the chain? Put contaminated fuel in the tank, the filter will plug. Often, they will read higher due to lead resistance. The proper procedure for replacing the fuel filter will remove latent pressure in the line, so you needn't worry about that.
Lift wiper arm away from the glass to the up position. I am on there quite often and learned most of what I know about the Lexus from that website. Jonathan answered 8 years ago Drain the fuel tank, drop the fuel tank, clamp fuel lines or drain them into a gas can after you disconnect them from the old fuel pump, disconnect the wiring harness from the old fuel pump, pull out the old fuel pump, assemble and install new fuel pump, reconnect everything and re-install fuel tank. There are also adapters that allow some hand-held cell phones to be inserted so that they become an in-car phone. At some point you need to confirm or reject theories or you be stuck running in circles. Now, since you are getting a higher reading than spec.
All the electrical appears to work fine, but given that no fuel is getting to the engine, that appearance is deceiving. All you really need to do is disconnect the battery terminals, unbolt the starter wrestle with it…. You will have to remove your back seat to gain access to fuel pump. Just put a wrench on the nut of the pulley shaft and you can move the pulley to relieve the tension do not to loosen the nut and slip the old belt off. Put only good clean fuel in the tank and it will last almost forever, regardless of the car the filter is attached to. Sometimes you have to rotate and flex the blade to make clearance for the hook to pass through. The Aisan guatamala Does anyone know what the difference is, and why? Spoke to my Lexus service tech at Lexus of Marin.
To replace the new bulb, never touch it with your bare fingers, as this will greatly shorten the bulb's life… You need to remove the side marker first. The pics do indicate the fuel filter is dirty. You may want to consider replacing both left and right at the same… Open up the hood, and go in behind the fixture where the light is located. The filter doesn't care what car it is attached to. What I would like to know is whether you had a problem that replacing the fuel filter fixed? That cut filter picture does look like it's been through a lot but if you really wanted to prove that it was that unusable you should test how well fuel flows through it rather than basing your judgements on what you can visually see. I tried to get my local Lexus dealer to change my filter since I've heard of so many people changing them as maintinance percautions, and they said no, we don't do that service unless you notice something wrong with your car, and they further diagnose the filter as the problem. Open it and reach down inside and grab the bulb's socket.
Do not bend or turn the nylon tube forcefully. Just remove the air intake duct above the radiator. The hard part about it is that the fuel tank is located above the fuel filter, so gravity does it's job and lets fuel flow. The tension pulley is spring loaded. You'll find that cars built within the last couple of years probably have 2 ports with sock filters attached. Be sure to perform the disconnection with your hands. Since I am having the same hesitation problem occasionally, I am going to give it a shot tonight and report back! Or do I bite the bullet and call a tow company?? Finally,I had it repaired at LexusTech.
Paul I will spare you the whines relating to the difficulty I experienced while changing out a burned-out headlight did both : but henceforth, I will pay more attention to the words molded into the plastic stating approx. I rather not muck with high pressure fuel lines if I don't have to. It turned out to be quite simple. I tried to get my local Lexus dealer to change my filter since I've heard of so many people changing them as maintinance percautions, and they said no, we don't do that service unless you notice something wrong with your car, and they further diagnose the filter as the problem. As there is retained pressure in the fuel line, prevent it from splashing inside the vehicle compartment. First of all, jack up the car and remove the passenger side wheel to have more access to the sensor, which is located on the exhaust pipe before the converter.
Under the dash by the pedals, there is a fuse block. Thanks for your prompt response. Has anyone had experience with this, who has successfully changed their fuel and return lines? Tension pulley is behind the radiator and a little left of center. Yeah right, and I've got this bridge you might be interested in buying. For those who are wondering about the Denso - it appears to be working well, but I am concerned about its longevity, simply because of the apparent cheapness in construction. Tells me something about how often they must be replacing it! All data I can find, including the numbering on the thing itself says that it has to be 0,73 ohm, and when i measure it with my digital multimeter, the value is 1,9 - 2,0 ohm.
It's job is to increase the idle when load is added. Put only good clean fuel in the tank and it will last almost forever, regardless of the car the filter is attached to. Take advantage of the people that carved an industry. Since I am having the same hesitation problem occasionally, I am going to give it a shot tonight and report back! The upper port never clogs, and the lower port simply sucks the deritus on the bottom of the tank into the sock. The particulates that are stopped by that sock would damage the filter, but the sock won't strain out the same impurities that the filter will. See if you can get the engine running knowing the fuel pump is pumping. They are obsolete analog devices.