Ever … since I changed the timing I have gotten way better gas mileage too. Did you disconnect the battery before disconnecting the ecu's? So check that and see if that is the problem. Its not like the old Briggs points days. But I found a good mechanic or simply an honest mechanic He said both cars has the return ho … se leak. If you don't think the car was bumped usually from the rear perhaps there is some malfuction in the cutoff switch in which case I suspect the default would be off.
Regarding the computer, very well could be causing problems. Remove the screw and pull hard perpendicular to the car to remove the side marker. Take bottom back seat cushion out. And depending upon when the last timing belt was done, I suppose it is possible the belt jumped. Remove the connector by pulling it straight out.
If you talk about the sub O2 sensor, located behind the converter, you can use the same way of changing it. Replacement brand parts are the most affordable solution for all of your replacement needs! In my '92 there is a plastic cover, and yours may be similar. Installation will be the reverse of what mentioned above. If not that can cause problems. Or if you can do it you will save even more money. A slightly bad battery can cause all kinds of problems. It would stall completely and idol funny too.
I would not fixate on the computer at this point because it may very well be something else like ignition or fuel delivery. We've worked hard over 11 years designing a website experience that makes it easy for anyone to idenify whether parts fit their car. If you approach this in any other way, you are merely guessing and that only serves to replace unnecessary parts and wastes money. Every engine requires spark, fuel and compression to run. These are the basics that need to be tested and will give us the info required to isolate a cause.
Ignition coils also go out after a lot of mileage. There is an igniter test procedure on youtube. You also mention hitting the dash and getting the gauges working again. But if your swapping ecu's hot then you could be causing problems. I went down this road this past winter and was able to solve the problem thanks to the assistance of Curious B.
At some point you need to confirm or reject theories or you be stuck running in circles. In my '92 there is a plastic cover, and yours may be similar. Ignition coils also go out after a lot of mileage. You need to start from scratch. Every engine requires certain functions to be able to run. Maybe fuel pump is shot.
Remove the pulley no special tools needed. I believe that somewhere on the car is a reset button for this. Hopefully you still have the old computer. There are two bolts that can be reached from front. Can you hear any noise in the fuel tank when you power the fuel pump? Push the new bulb into the socket, put the socket back into the housing, and twist a quarter turn clockwise to secure the socket into the fixture.
There is a very detailed description of how … to fix this on the lexusownersclub. Any other time and they will simply test good because the problem isn't present at the moment. Open it and reach down inside and grab the bulb's socket. Since the fuel tank is located in the trunk the fuel drained into the cabin of the vehicle and also was spilling out on the drive of the dealership when I arrived. Here at Advance Auto Parts, we work with only top reliable Fuel Pump product and part brands so you can shop with complete confidence.
Some of our top Fuel Pump product brands are , and. At some point you need to confirm or reject theories or you be stuck running in circles. I removed the door panel pretty easy but haven't removed the door handle yet - not sure that I shouldn't remove window glass first, but then again, I don't know exac … tly how to do that. The system is kinda odd. I contacted Lexus to notify of the situation, received an incident number. Tejas Toyota in humble, tx. If you remove the seat bottom you will find a 6 inch or so cover.
I had to replace the timing belt because of that. I have one 91 and one 90 ls400. Under the cover there is a pla … stic, threaded collar that locks the fuel pump into the tank. A slightly bad battery can cause all kinds of problems. Research what these codes are and how they relate to your symptoms. A common problem on these cars.