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Old 05-29-13, 08:14 AM   #1
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Error C1336. I used the reset procedure with a paperclip and with a shop computer. it comes back after 2 seconds of driving each time. The title is what it reads out on the shop computer.
The car is on flat ground and the steering wheel is aligned.


This happened after I got a front end alignment and my wheels rotated. Is there a cable that may have become disconnected? any hints on where to look?
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Just went to the dealer over lunch, they fixed me up in 30 seconds. no charge from my service advisor.
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I drove into the service bay, went to go eat a cookie and when I came back my car was fixed. 2 min total.

I was told it cannot be reset with a snap-on tool and it has to be the Lexus computer.

The tech said that the Yaw sensor can go a little crazy duing an alignment. no other details.
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I drove into the service bay, went to go eat a cookie and when I came back my car was fixed. 2 min total.

I was told it cannot be reset with a snap-on tool and it has to be the Lexus computer.

The tech said that the Yaw sensor can go a little crazy duing an alignment. no other details.
wow good thing i know about this now ill know what to do if it ever happens
i have had 2 alighments on the 07 since i bought it just had the 2nd one done day before yesterday i get them done every 5-6k just for maintnance i have the package for 5 years with tire kingdom and NTB so i figured ill get my use out of it lol

so far havn't had this issue but ill know what to look out for
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wow good thing i know about this now ill know what to do if it ever happens
i have had 2 alighments on the 07 since i bought it just had the 2nd one done day before yesterday i get them done every 5-6k just for maintnance i have the package for 5 years with tire kingdom and NTB so i figured ill get my use out of it lol

so far havn't had this issue but ill know what to look out for
Alignments every 5k-6k miles? Wow,

I guess if you've already paid for them, you might as well get it done even if not needed.

I traded in a 2010 ES350 with 30k miles, original tires and never needed an alignment.
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Alignments every 5k-6k miles? Wow,

I guess if you've already paid for them, you might as well get it done even if not needed.

I traded in a 2010 ES350 with 30k miles, original tires and never needed an alignment.
well the way i figure it i paid 179.00 when they had a sale going on last year and i needed an alighment on my old Cadillac 179.00 sale for 5 year alignment package free rotations and vehicle inspection anytime i want it or feel i need it
i decided id go for it it also included a 1 time transfer of the program to another vehicle so when i got the Lexus i was able to transfer it

im also lucky that the Tire Kingdom not far from me knows how to do a propper alighment right now my steering wheel is dead perfect no turned even a MM to the left or right it's perfect straight on and aslong as im not driving on a road that is crowned to a specific way and im one a well build road the car runs straight perfect and smooth

i just know i used to go threw so many sets of tires when younger and they always told me my alighment was off and or a bad part caused the tires to wear un even so my tire warranty was voided
ever since i started getting alighment's all the time every 5-6 k i can ussualy with no issue get the full mile warranty out of a set of michelin tires my last set on the cadillac i actualy got 70k on a set of Michelin Hydroedge tires before that i would use Symmetry tires i get around 50-60k on those
im exspecting atleast 50-60k on my primacy
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