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Where exactly is the fuse panel 07 IS250

 
Old 11-02-11, 11:47 PM
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I am looking for the fuse panel for my console cigarette lighter. I know it says kick panel by driver. Is it under the dash, below the steering wheel or it is somewhere on the floor?

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passenger side, under glove box.

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Should be in your manual, on page 305.

http://drivers.lexus.com/t3Portal/do.../sec_04_03.pdf
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Dam you got told lazy boy lol
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Thanks guys...

I did search and look but my ADD kicked in.
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Hi, need some major electrical help. Replaced battery and starter on ls 400 and it still won't crank or turn, but now, there is no power to the ignition, dash, mirror, turn signal, radio, seats, etc. The dome light and hazard do turn on. I've tested the "Main/ALT 120 fuse" and it seems to be ok. However, there seems to be limited power to the car. At the moment, I need to know what to do and/or where is the "fuse" that would get electricity to the driver's side/foot fuse box. Thank you in advance.
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Originally Posted by sysawat View Post
Hi, need some major electrical help. Replaced battery and starter on ls 400 and it still won't crank or turn, but now, there is no power to the ignition, dash, mirror, turn signal, radio, seats, etc. The dome light and hazard do turn on. I've tested the "Main/ALT 120 fuse" and it seems to be ok. However, there seems to be limited power to the car. At the moment, I need to know what to do and/or where is the "fuse" that would get electricity to the driver's side/foot fuse box. Thank you in advance.
hows the starter relay?
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Great thing I did the search! I would be flamed at!
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The power outlets (cigar and aux) are 10 and 11 on the PASS Side Instrument Panel below the Glove box. 15A.
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My horn and front cig lighter isn't working. I tried to find the horn fuse, but wondering which one is it ?



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What year car do you have? It should be in the manual. There is one more fuse box in the engine compartment that has a fuse labeled HORN.
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Originally Posted by nosurprise View Post
What year car do you have? It should be in the manual. There is one more fuse box in the engine compartment that has a fuse labeled HORN.
It's Lexus Is250 and I have posted the pictures from the fuse box of the engine compartment as well. My car doesn't comes with a manual
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There are 2 fuse boxes. I assume it's in the other one you didn't take picture of.
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Originally Posted by nosurprise View Post
There are 2 fuse boxes. I assume it's in the other one you didn't take picture of.
You are possibly correct. I will check it today. Why dont they put all the fuses in one place :@
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Originally Posted by nosurprise View Post
There are 2 fuse boxes. I assume it's in the other one you didn't take picture of.


The other side is covered. I guess i have to visit a mechanic to get it removed
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