Does anyone know if there is a cumulative list of how to perform some of the customizable features that are outlined in the owners manual yourself? The manual has a fairly extensive list of customizable features and a search revealed the steps for how to disable the seat belt alarm (see link below) but I'm curious if there was something similar for the other features so I don't have to go to the dealer as the manual advises. Specifically I'm interested in changing the functionality of the moon roof to tilt rather than slide when you press and hold the unlock button on the FOB to open all the windows. Advanced/keyword search helped me find how to disable the seatbelt chime but not the moonroof one - TIA.
@rselby - yeah, there are quite a few customizable features (I think Lexus refers to them as Lexus Personalized Settings or LPS) but what I'm interested in is figuring out if it's possible to DIY vs taking the car to the dealership?
I've also seen/heard about the Carista app but it doesn't appear that our cars (ISF) are supported, yet.
There isn't one place where it is documented and it changes from MY to MY. I did a consolidated PDF for the 2006 IS350 (I spent a lot of time in TIS to derive all the info), and it was of negligible value in 3 MYs. I have not done this for the F, and I can guarantee you, the list is going to be very different for '08 &'09, '10 & '11, '12 & '13. Just the nature of the relentless pursuit of features.
Most performance mods need a watch and timed course to demonstrate actual improvement. Few deliver the advertised claims. Many are actually worse than stock. The best performance mods are made to the driver.
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Cant you just have the dealership make the adjustments for you. I remember my SA asking me if I wanted anything tweaked. I would like to have all doors open on the first press of the key FOB. I might have them adjust that when I take her in for oil next
2010 LEXUS ISF / F Sport rear Sway Bar / Michelin PSS
The ISF......The perfect car for an enthusiast. It can be driven to the track, run hard all day , and then transport me hundreds of miles home in luxury and comfort to pick up the wife for dinner and a movie....
The User's Manual for mine specifies the steps required for setting the door locking and unlocking actions. I managed to get the ones for unlocking set correctly, but couldn't get it to accept the one for locking the doors when the speed reached 20km/h instead of doing it immediately when the gear lever is taken out of P position. The dealer did it at the last service, though.