We took the car back to the dealer, who said he turned the afs off and it would be ok. If I carry a heavy load or tow a caravan am I likely to dazzle oncoming traffic? It sounded pretty serious--axle or suspension, I thought. I have read to use felt and jam it between the window. One Lexus dealer said the reason is because the rear air bags that are not leaking do not fill up fast enough when going move bumps and that can cause the bottoming out feeling. Took about 10 mins to take it off and test its resistance according to the chart - Mins was in the 100's of Kohms, so manual recommends replacement.
According to service manual and internet search, this combo may be a problem with the rear height control sensor sub assembly or rear No. Above the line is what can only be described as a black wall. I could feel it in that spot. I consider myself lucky to have made it home safely both nights that I have driven this car. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. Lexus has replaced the trans with no change.
At the rear of the vehicle is a sensor that measures the angle of the vehicle, that then causes the lights to move up or down depending on the angle. As useful as this post is, this bit stuck out for me. Using the air suspension computer you can activate one corner at a time to raise or lower, read the height level sensor, see how much air is pumped into a strut and see it all leak out if you have a leak like me at the mo! How safe is that to take your eyes off of the road and not looking at oncoming traffic because your blinded? But I don't know where to go next. He doesn't have any up there at the mo, but I'll bet they come up regularly. A manual sequential-shift feature allows the driver to enjoy a more involved driving experience when desired.
The headlights are unacceptable because we can barely see with them at night. This is a safety hazard. The tops of the steps each beam produces the same pattern should be at the same level. The low beam height can be adjusted with a philips screwdriver, by turning the adjusting knobs just inside of the yellow warning label on top of each light. .
At about 40 mph and above the clunking will increase and can be fairly rapid. He said the company did not allow them to adjust the headlights. The manufacturer was not contacted. There is absolutely no driveability issues at all, just the clunk when braking to a stop in the rain. I look forward to hearing from you and thank you in advance for any assistance you can give Best wishes Godfrey. I have done it about 2 turns and will see what difference it makes.
I turned them off and on quickly and they came back on. I was going to repack them, but didn't feel like pulling the caliper, so I just re-seated them. The old bushing will not come out. On other cars I've had with auto-levelling the default in the absence failure of height data was extreme low i. I couldn't understand why when I was driving I could no longer view vehicles in the lanes next to me and then I realized my mirrors had changed.
The failure and current mileages were approximately 19,700. This has been going on for about 6 months. Have an 07 Mazda6 with 110k miles. This week my driver side window has done the same thing. I didn't bother to pull the tire on the passengers side. When I found out that I needed more power, I took out my spare tire and mounted a second battery in where the tire is supposed to go. This is unacceptable - just for headlight bulbs.
To calculate the correct number of turns, multiply the number of times you turned the screwdriver in step 1 by 1. The failure mileage was 112,000. Front occupants enjoy the comfort of 10-way, power-adjustable heated seats. Please help me before someone gets hurt. Well worth a bash if you have height sensor trouble. I just started noticing this. How do I get my doors open? This problem is recent and only happens when it rains.