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  • About salimshah
    Austin, TX
    Lexus Car
    GS400, RX300
    Year of your Lexus
    Steering ECU


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  • Last Activity: Today 11:39 AM
  • Join Date: 04-04-01


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  1. raylor4
    01-11-19 07:29 PM
    I'm sorry...I just got this message today...A year and a half after you wrote it...Anyway, I don't know how to access the camera.
    Ray A.
  2. 07-29-18 08:13 AM
    Hi, Salim.
    At Toyotanation, tires became a pest question. It sorta is same here, example - you have 3 consecutive tire posts in NX forum. What I did at TN, I consolidated all tire questions into one thread, posted note to post all tire questions there and had them moved, all of them, into that thread. new ones also. It sorta worked.
    Just a suggestion.
  3. BearsLexus
    04-11-16 06:16 AM
    Just wanted to say thank you and goodbye - You've been a huge help over the past years, allowing me to keep the RX on the road. Just wanted you to know you're appreciated.
    I've traded in the 2000 RX...
    Stay well, my friend!

  4. 01-28-15 02:51 PM
    Hey Salim,

    I like your bridge idea for the knock sensor harness. What type of hanger did you use? Any suggestions on what material I would purchase to make the bridge?

  5. 05-29-12 04:36 AM
    Salim, You moved the Gambit RX350 posting last night to the wrong forum. You moved it to the 1st generation forum. --Bob
  6. hypervish
    10-11-11 01:44 PM
    Congratulations on becoming Moderator! You deserve it!
  7. 10-05-10 08:12 AM
    hi, i'm new to the forum and think your post about the rx300 knock sensor replacement was excellent! i'm about to accomplish the same and was wondering about the reset of the P0330 code. do i have to use the handheld reader to reset or will the computor clear it after a few start ups.
    i have to get it through the emissions lane and don't want any issues.
    thanks for your help on this, "al"
  8. 07-10-10 08:01 PM
    Hello salimshah, thank you for the advice regarding my RX300 earlier today. I am attempting to tackle the three rear cylinders and am wondering the whole time who was the evil genius that designed this engine. Somehow I managed to get the right rear (looking at the car from the front) spark plug out, test the cylinder and put it all back without losing any socket extensions in the spark plug cavity. You mentioned the difficulty in dealing with this cylinders and I was wondering if there are any tricks or tips in removing the remaining two. As I look at them I can't possibly see how this can be done without removing the intake manifold, and even with that gone it seems like you would hit the firewall in removing spark plug wire, and any ratchet extensions. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  9. 04-12-10 12:08 PM
    I took out the servo, opened the case, and cleaned the contacts. Now for the life of me I can't seem to get the servo correctly re-installed. I have tried a dozen times, but I can't get the thing to work correctly. The air coming from the vents does not correspond to the arrows on the display. There seem to be unlimited options for positioning the white plastic arm on the servo into the arm that works the air flow to the car. How do you know where to position the gear before snapping the case back together?

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