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Its in the fuel tank.

1999 Lexus GS | Answered on Jan 06, 2012

If it's a standard single din unit, one of these tools should work:



If it's not a standard shape, there will be a Lexus special tool that you can obtain from the dealer. Good luck.

1999 Lexus GS | Answered on Dec 01, 2009

Immobilizer unit is connected in series with the neutral safety switch.

Next time your Luxes GS fail to start.....put you foot on the brake,shift to NEUTRAL (N) and turn the key.

A shorting/shorted neutral will draw power and kill the battery.

Give it a try.

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1999 Lexus GS | Answered on Oct 27, 2009

move the seat all the way forward then all the way back, the adjust it to the position you want and hold the desired memory button until you hear a tone. the memory should be set if you hear the tone.

1999 Lexus GS | Answered on Oct 09, 2009

please check for dirty , battery terminals

1999 Lexus GS | Answered on Apr 15, 2009

I don't really know what it is you are having a problem with, please clear the question up and make it more detailed.

Lexus GS Cars &... | Answered on Sep 02, 2016

Hello Malena,

Here are some tips to try, to narrow the search for the fault.

1. check coolant niveau, refill to the mark, see if there are leaks anywhere from your car.

2. take out the thermostat (usually located inside a "house" where the rubber hoses from the radiator, meets the block), and put it in boiling water to see if it works(should open at a given temp). or replace with a new one.

3. Do you hear a whining or grinding noise from the waterpump? If so, the waterpump should be replaced.

4. It can also be trapped air in the system, squeese the rubber hoses, and refill coolant.

If there are none of the above, there might be a more serious problem, like head gasket or cracked head.

I hope this helped, and good luck, hope everything works out fine for you.

Best regards

Lexus GS Cars &... | Answered on Jul 12, 2011

The balancer has a rubber damper strip between two rings of metal . When the rubber gets old it can shrink and harden drying out and eventually coming loose . Harmonic balancers are most affordable on Rock Auto .

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Nov 01, 2019

Use a multimeter to test the motor electrical connector. When toggling the up/down switch you should see voltage toggle +12 volts to -12 volts and vice versa. If you see that, it confirms the switch is working and the problem is the motor/regulator. If you don't see those voltages, then the problem is in the wiring harness or the master switch. If you determine that the problem is the wiring harness or switch, you can jumper battery and ground directly to the motor to get it to raise the window. Just swap power and ground at the motor to reverse direction. But, if the switch is working and you're getting those voltages, the motor is dead. There's no way to raise the window unless you cut the cables and move it up by hand. Then tape it in the up postion or use a block of wood inside the door panel to lock it up.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Oct 28, 2019

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Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Oct 23, 2019

If the warning lights for the VSC and ABS system are illuminated while the vehicle is running, your vehicle is indicating a fault in the anti-lock brake and vehicle stability control systems. These systems utilize the same components to operate, so when a fault exists, it often causes both lights to illuminate.

A diagnostic test is required to troubleshoot these systems; I would suspect the "beeping" to be related to the lights being on, and the fault being present.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Oct 21, 2019

You’ll need to get the error code read first, but I’d hazard a guess that the SRS system is holding the fault code permanently till cleared, or there is a subsequent fault.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered on Oct 18, 2019

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