I'll let you know how it turns up. Thanks~ I've had my oil changed there at the place at Rio, they do an okay job but they always make me nervous, those Jiffy Lube like places. At Toyota I had to get my wife to drive the other car to pick me up taking up the time of two productive people for one task. You can have maintenance done anywhere. I really feel sorry for the poor guy who has done everything he knew should be done, but no one told him to change it or someone told him that changing it would cause the problem.
Thanks for the heads up Steve~ I'll definitely ping this guy as I'm coming up to 31k and I need to do the complete tune up. Motoring experts advice that the Lexus' power steering fluid be replaced at between 30,000 to 60,000 miles. Then you'll get a factory-recommended schedule including a list of intervals and auto services that will keep your car in great shape based on the information you provided. Log in to schedule your next service appointment with a Lexus certified technician. The filter keeps contaminants and debris out, but can get clogged over time, so replacement is necessary every 10,000 miles. If you suddenly brake and your Lexus takes time to stop, it's another indicator a need to change it or the braking system has moisture.
Thats about what my dealer charges. Vehicle maintenance is important to ensuring that car runs for years to come. Motoring experts advice the filter be replaced after your Lexus clocks 30,000 miles. Second, you don't have sit in your car while somebody can come to your car. .
Oh yeah, I forgot, now someone has to take me there to pick it up when it is ready! The guide explores self diagnostic measures that ensure you catch any minute mechanical problems before they becomes. The Power steering system in your Lexus is also compromised when air is trapped into it. The guide explores self diagnostic measures that ensure you catch any minute mechanical problems before they becomes. As I bought the car I took the maintenance costs into account before I purchased. Now, I am at work and I can't go anywhere, I have no car. Log in to schedule your next service appointment with a Lexus certified technician.
But since wear and tear may be uneven, rotating the tires after 5,000 to 7,000 miles evens them out according to Bridgestone Tires. I ran that car 8 years and over 275,000 miles without a problem. If you look in your lease agreement you'll see that you did agree to maintain the vehicle as per the manufacturer's reccomendations. Lexus owners advise going to a credible garage to have your fuel filter changed since a Do It Yourself is not easy. You can have maintenance done anywhere. To help your Lexus perform to its full potential, trust its care to those who know it best. But the shop is small, cramped and no loaner.
Power Steering Fluid Figure 7. Now, if you have a good working relationship with your dealer they will go to bat for you should you and Lexus have a disagreement about something being covered, but you don't have to use Lexus or even Toyota for maintenance Thanks for your reply. To access it, set your Lexus is on a ramp to create room below. No reason not to use an independent shop. A mechanic by trade, he shows us what he's done. Now, if you have a good working relationship with your dealer they will go to bat for you should you and Lexus have a disagreement about something being covered, but you don't have to use Lexus or even Toyota for maintenance Absolutely not. Dealer is not responsible for any errors but should be consulted in person to confirm the information on this page.
Car Brakes: How Do You Know When to Change Them? I've been trying to do the minor service intervals at indy shops I actually hit that 10minute place next to Rio the last 2 times but I don't really know if I'm getting the proper service levels done. All prices, specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Daily Slideshow: Club Lexus forum member mmade22 is no stranger to wrenching Lexus vehicles. I enjoyed using the dealer and when I get a new Lexus I may use them again, but my service guy left so maybe not. A mechanic by trade, he shows us what he's done.
Does the seat belt system operate, do the seat controls operate properly, the lock system works properly, is there any leakage after parking. Problems with the oil filter can be detected if your Lexus rough idles, slow accelerates, over consumes fuel or is difficult to start. Forum Member mmade22 shows us the way. Thanks, Charlie I am not at all sure about what you were told by Toyota. Depending on the car, there is either a drain plug in the transmission pan, or the pan can be dropped add the cost of a new pan gasket to the procedure , or the mechanic can hook a flushing machine to the transmission cooler lines. To get the best performance from any Lexus models, routine and timely maintenance is key. It goes without saying that these pieces wear out, but they do so slowly, meaning you may not notice they need attention until.