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2013 LEXUS - pictures
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LX 2013 Lexus Brochure Page: 2013_Lexus_LX_English_V2.indd 1 Document Page: cover 1 Job Number: L1-9474 MY13 LX Brochure 12-03-08 8:25 PM the 2013 LX Vehicle shown with available equipment. Brochure Page: 2013_Lexus_LX_English_V2.indd 2 Document Page: IFC 2 Job Number: L1-9472 L1-9474 MY13 GS Brochure MY13 LX 12-03-08 8:26 PM the pursuit of perfection. It is a philosophy that extends well beyond the confines of meticulously assembled sheet metal. An approach to the automobile not as a machine, but rather, an art form. Every curve, deliberate. Every detail, inspired. And where every aspect of the ownership experience is intended to be as rewarding and accommodating as the vehicles themselves. Because while there are certainly easier ways to build an automobile, pursuing perfection is the only way to create a Lexus. With outstanding craftsmanship and innovation in every 2013 LX, you can experience the comfort of owning a true luxury vehicle, and enjoy all of life’s perfect moments. Brochure Page: 2013_Lexus_LX_English_V2.indd 3 Document Page: 1 3 Job Number: L1-9472 L1-9474 MY13 GS Brochure MY13 LX 12-03-08 8:26 PM 2 Vehicle shown with available equipment. Brochure Page: 2013_Lexus_LX_English_V2.indd 4 Document Page: 2 4 Job Number: L1-9474 MY13 LX Brochure 12-03-08 8:26 PM Luxury on a Monumental scale Restyled and newly equipped inside and out, this is the driving experience taken to new heights. It’s the capability and confidence to deftly go where most vehicles dare not tread. It’s the indescribable feeling of supple leather trim and exclusive mahogany accents around you. And it’s the lasting impression left by bold design elements, including a new spindle grille and headlamps with LED daytime running lights. Presenting the eight-passenger LX: a vehicle that—once again—sets the standard in the luxury utility category it redefined nearly two decades ago. Brochure Page: 2013_Lexus_LX_English_V2.indd 5 Document Page: 3...

2011 LEXUS LX570 5.7L V8 SUV, 6 speed A/T - INKAS Armored ...

2011 LEXUS LX570 5.7L V8 SUV, 6 speed A/T Driver’s door overlap Back Seats Rear door B6 protection Rear door overlap BASE ARMORED EQUIPMENT • Vehicle Protection to B6 European Ballistic Standards EN1063 levels of protection • All doors protected to B6 European Ballistic Standards EN1063 levels of protection • All transparent armor protected to B6 European Ballistic Standards EN1063 levels of protection • Oblique, Roof, Front and Rear of vehicle Protected with B6 European Ballistic Standards EN1063 levels of protection • All pillar posts, side panels, kick-panels, firewall, and headers, cargo area, rear wheel arches, rear cargo doors will all be armored with B6 European Ballistic Standards EN1063 levels of protection • INKAS® Overlap System around each window will be used throughout the vehicle to ensure complete protection B6 European Ballistic Standards • Battery protected with to B6 European Ballistic Standards EN1063 levels of protection • Run-Flats installed in all tires with 1(one) spare • Underside of vehicle is protected with to B6 European Ballistic Standards EN1063 levels of protection • Rear door kept original with armored swing door directly behind original with glass measuring 36” X 18” for full viewing capacity. Euronorm EN1063 Level B6 / Equivalent NIJ 0108-01 Level III All ballistic armor is tested at the H.P. White Laboratory and is tested to defeat and withstand a range of ballistic requirements including B6 Euornorm Ballistic Standard EN1063 All ballistic transparent armor is tested and certified to defeat all requirements including B6 Euornorm Ballistic Standard EN1063 BALLISTIC MATERIAL All ballistic armor is tested at the H.P. White Laboratory and is tested to defeat and withstand a range of ballistic requirements including B6 Euornorm Ballistic Standard EN1063 All ballistic transparent armor is tested and certified to defeat all requirements including B6 Euornorm Ballistic Standard EN1063 WEIGHT Curb weight after armoring = 8500 lbs COMPLETION TIME 15-20 days after receipt of chassis SHIPPING Extra...

Lexus LX570 2008- BIKE RACK Part Number: PT278-53033

Lexus LX570 2008- BIKE RACK Preparation Part Number: PT278-53033 Kit Contents Item # 1 2 3 Quantity Reqd. 1 2 1 General Applicability Description Bike Rack Keys (in Bag) DIO Instruction Sheet Additional Items Required For Installation Item # 1 Quantity Reqd. 1 Description Adaptor Kit: P/N PT278-48033 Note: Fits on all Lexus Fixed Roof Racks together with an Adaptor Kit: P/N PT278-48033 Recommended Sequence of Application Item # 1 2 Accessory Adaptors Bike Rack *Mandatory Conflicts Legend None Recommended Tools Personal & Vehicle Protection Vehicle Protection Blankets Special Tools None Installation Tools Screwdriver Screwdriver STOP: Damage to the vehicle may occur. Do not proceed until process has been complied with. OPERATOR SAFETY: Use caution to avoid risk of injury. CAUTION: A process that must be carefully observed in order to reduce the risk of damage to the accessory/vehicle and to ensure a quality installation. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT: Used in Figures calls out the specific tools and equipment recommended for this process. Flat Blade(~1”) Philips #2 Special Chemicals None Issue: A 12/11/07 Page 1 of 11 pages DIO Lexus LX570 2008- BIKE RACK Procedure 1. STOP Installation Preparation (a) Protect vehicle sides and roof panel with protective blankets. (b) Clean the vehicle Roof Rack from dirt and dry. 2. Fig. 2-1 Installation of Adaptors (a) Open an Adaptor Assembly and slide it on one the vehicle Roof Rack Cross Bars with the opening facing backwards. (Fig. 2-1) NOTE: Place two Adaptor Assemblies on the vehicle Roof Rack Front Cross Bar and one on the Rear Cross Bar. (a) Adjust the position of the Adaptor Assemblies so that they are 5.75" (146 mm) apart center to center on the Front Cross Bar. (Fig. 2-2) Fig. 2-2 (1) The Adaptor Assembly on the Rear Cross Bar should be in line with the Adaptor on the Front Cross Bar that is closest to the outside of the vehicle. (Fig. 2-2) NOTE: When adjusting the position of the Adaptor Assemblies, make sure the rubber gasket remains in place. Fig. 2-3 (b) Fasten each Adaptor Assembly by spinning the plastic lever and folding it down. (Figs. 2-3 & 2-4) (1) Tighten the lever by hand until it is snug and the Adaptor Assembly will not slide by pushing and pulling by hand. Fig. 2-4 Issue: A 12/11/07 Page 2 of 11 pages DIO Lexus LX570 2008- BIKE RACK Procedure 3. Mounting the Bike Rack on the Adaptor Assemblies (a) Unlock the lever and move the frame holder to the side and rotate the arm forward (Fig. 3-1). Rear Wheel NOTE: Rotating the arm completely forward unlocks the front lever mechanism. Front Wheel Fig. 3-1 Upper Slots (b) Open the three levers on the bike rack and slide the rack into the slot on each adaptor. Note: P/N PT278-89061 has two slots on each of the Adaptor Assemblies: (1) The Bike Rack is mounted to the two upper slots of the front Adaptor Assemblies. (Fig. 3-2) (2) The Bike Rack is mounted to the upper slot of the rear Adaptor Assembly. (Fig. 3-3) Fig. 3-2 (c) Adjust the clamping force by spinning the levers in a vertical position then close the levers. (Fig. 3-4) NOTE: Arm must point forward almost parallel with the wheel track in-order for both of the two front levers to unlock. Upper Slot Fig. 3-3 Front Fig. 3-4 Issue: A 12/11/07 Page 3 of 11 pages DIO Lexus LX570 2008- BIKE RACK Procedure 4. Fastening the Bike (a) Place the bike in the wheel track. To facilitate, unlatch and fold the straps out of the way. (Fig. 4-1) (b) Rotate the arm towards the bicycle frame. Turn and adjust the frame holder to fit the frame. (Fig. 4-2) Fig. 4-1 STOP 3.15” (c) When the frame holder is adjusted to the frame, tighten by folding the lever up in the unlatched position as shown and spin it to set the correct clamping force. (Fig. 4-3) (1) When the frame is attached firmly, lock the lever ...

LX 570 - Ira Lexus
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Lexus Personalized Settings Lexus Personalized Settings Your vehicle includes a variety of electronic features that can be programmed to your preferences. Programming of these features is performed once at no charge, provided you obtain the service at the 30 day/1,000-mile scheduled maintenance service. Programming of your Lexus Personalized Settings requires special equipment and may be performed only by an authorized Lexus dealership. Repair Order Number Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Door Lock Systems 1 Unlocking driver’s door/all passenger doors By pressing the remote key door unlock button, the following functions can be programmed: Pressing the unlock button one time will unlock all doors. (Rear included) Pressing the unlock button one time unlocks the driver door, and two times unlocks all doors. (Standard) 2 Flashing of signal lights Using the remote key, the following functions can be programmed: Press the LOCK/UNLOCK button on the remote key and the lights will not flash. Press the LOCK button and the lights will flash once. Press the UNLOCK button and the lights will flash twice. (Standard) 3 Unlocking of doors when placing vehicle into park While the engine is running and the vehicle is placed into park, the vehicle can be programmed as follows: When placing the vehicle into park, all of the doors will remain LOCKED. When placing the vehicle into park, ALL the doors will automatically UNLOCK. (Standard) 1 4 Auto locking of doors at 13 mph When the vehicle reaches 13mph, the vehicle can be programmed as follows: The doors will not lock. (Standard) All the doors will automatically lock. 5 Unlocking of doors when driver’s door is opened within 10 seconds When the vehicle is turned off and the driver’s door is opened within 10 seconds, the following options can be programmed: All of the doors will remain locked when opening the driver’s door. (Standard) All of the remaining doors will automatically unlock. 6 Locking of doors when shifting from park into another range While the brake pedal is being pressed and the vehicle is taken out of park and placed into another range, the doors can be programmed as follows: Remain unchanged. Automatically lock. (Standard) 2 Power Windows 7 Using the remote key to open all windows By pressing the UNLOCK button on the remote key for 3 seconds, the vehicle can be programmed as follows: The windows will not roll down. All the windows will roll down. (Standard) * Note: See moonroof for additional options. Moonroof 8 Using remote key to open /tilt moonroof By pressing the UNLOCK button on the remote key for 3 seconds, the following options can be programmed: The moonroof will not open. The moonroof will open. (Standard) * Note: Option #7 must be on. 9 Using the remote key to open/tilt moonroof When option #7 and #8 are active, the moonroof can be programmed for the following: Slide. (Standard) Tilt....

Lexus LX 570 Sports - Powerchip Australia

Powerchip Australia Pty. Ltd. Phone : (03) 9681 6888 Fax : (03) 9681 6999 sales@powerchipgroup.com Digital Adrenaline For Your… Lexus LX 570 Sports Powerchip technology enhances your Lexus to its ultimate level, delivering faster, smoother acceleration in all driving conditions. Whether you enjoy a leisurely weekend cruise or a hard racetrack drive – there is no easier and more effective way to release the potential from your LX 570 Sports . The following information is an overview of the performance the Powerchip will deliver. If you have any questions, your Power Consultant will assist you as best as possible. We look forward to giving you the best performance possible from your Lexus. Make Lexus Model LX 570 Sports Engine Year From Jan 09 Powerchip Code LEX0020 Power In standard form the Lexus LX 570 Sports produces 270 kw at the flywheel, and Powerchip improves the engine power to 291 kw. Power (kw) Standard Bronze/ Silver Gold Gold 98 270 N/A 286 291 Power Increases (kw) Bronze Silver Gold Gold 98 N/A N/A 16 21 The extra performance achieved by the Powerchip allows your vehicle to respond much better than stock LX 570 Sports s. You will notice an effortless push back into the driver’s seat, to give you a much more enjoyable and at times safer driving experience. The Powerchip will tap into your Lexus’s ‘hidden reserves’, to give you an immediately noticeable improvement from your vehicle – we guarantee it! Torque Torque is a measurement of your engine’s pulling power, and it is torque that pulls you up hills, allowing your engine a more linear and aggressive acceleration curve. With the Powerchip, you notice the increase in torque right throughout the rev range, which gives you far greater flexibility at low engine revolutions. Towing will become less demanding, and you will no longer feel the need to take the engine to the redline in each gear to get the performance you demand... It’s always there for you, when you really need it most! Torque (Nm) Standard Bronze/ Silver Gold Gold 98 530 N/A 561 572 Torque Increases (Nm) Bronze Silver Gold Gold 98 N/A N/A 31 42 Acceleration Increased Power and Torque results in faster acceleration. And it is not just standing start acceleration that is improved, your ingear acceleration is as well. If overtaking is important to you, you will feel safe knowing that you spend less time on the “wrong side of the road”, improving the safety of your car, for you and your family or passengers. Perhaps you feel that you need that extra bit of power when you are lined up at the "traffic light grand prix" against another car with similar (or more) power? If you want to have the unfair advantage that will give you more ‘GO’ away from the lights, you need a Powerchip performance software upgrade for your LX 570 Sports . Fitting Details Your car uses an ECU which has an embedded processor. This means that your car does not use a chip that can be modified. The Powerchip we provide for your car is an additional computer which alters the injector duty cycle of the vehicle for more power. Installation of the additional computer is an easy process as no wires need to be cut. Furtmore it only takes about 1 hour to install and can be performed by a Powerchip Authorised Fitter. There are authorised fitters in most areas. Please enquire at the time of order for your nearest fitting station. On Road Development Where Powerchip really shines out over its competitors is the emphasis and time spent refining the program for drivability and enjoyment. Much more a ‘real world’ gain than full throttle horse power runs on a dyno, part throttle refinement is a gain everyone uses every time they drive the vehicle. Flat spots and poor off the line performance are smoothed out in this process, and transient throttle conditions are made razor sharp for the ultimate in response. Real time changes to tables like throttle response and power enrichment are done on road to fine tune the driving...

Lexus LX 570 - Interior Upholstery - Lexus Australia

Lexus LX 570 - Interior Upholstery Applicable from January 2013 Production Vehicles are upholstered in synthetic materials unless specified below. FRONT SEATS SECOND ROW SEATS LX 570 model shown. LX 570 model shown. THIRD ROW SEATS DASH CONSOLE LX 570 model shown. LX 570 model shown. STEERING WHEEL - ENHANCEMENT PACK FRONT DOORS LX 570 Enhancement Pack model shown. LX 570 model shown. REAR DOORS LEGEND Leather Synthetic Materials Other Materials LX 570 model shown. lexus.com.au © Lexus Australia. VALID# 11124-1

CABIN AIR FILTER - Baldwin Filters
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CABIN AIR FILTER IDENTIFICATION / INSTALLATION IMPORTS PA4327 Lexus CT200h, GS300, GS350, GS430, GS450h, GS460, IS250, IS350, IS-F, LF-A; Scion xB, xD; Toyota Avalon, Camry, Camry Hybrid, Corolla, Highlander, Highlander Hybrid, Matrix, Prius, RAV4, Sequoia, Sienna, Tundra, Venza, Yaris OE: Fits: Size: 87139-YZZ08 2011-on Lexus CT200h, Toyota Sienna, Tundra 2006 Lexus GS300, GS430, IS250, IS350 2012 Lexus GS350, GS450h, GS460, LF-A 2008-09 Lexus IS-F 2008-on Scion xB, xD, Toyota Highlander, Sequoia 2005-on Toyota Avalon 2007-on Toyota Camry, Camry Hybrid 2009-on Toyota Corolla, Matrix 2010-on Toyota Highlander Hybrid, Prius 2006-on Toyota RAV4 2009-10 Toyota Venza 2006-10 Toyota Yaris 8 9/16 x 7 11/16 x 1 1/8 (217.5 x 195.3 x 28.8) Filter Housing Cover 6. Flip down glove compartment. 7. Remove filter housing cover. Left Side Damper Rod Filter Housing Cover Right Side 1. Open passenger side door. 2. Open glove compartment. 3. Remove screw holding damper rod in place on right side of glove compartment. 4. Detach damper rod from glove compartment. 5. Push in on left and right sides of glove compartment to release glove compartment. Notice: 8. Replace filter and reassemble. The information provided is based on the latest authoritative information available at press time. However, due to manufacturers’ changes, and year and model variations, Baldwin Filters cannot be responsible for misapplications and instruction errors. Form 420-PA4327 (473532) (R 4/12) © 2012 Baldwin Filters, Inc. Printed in U.S.A.

Elec15 Diagnosing Body Electrical Problems.pdf - Autoshop 101

Section 5 Diagnosing Body Electrical Problems Learning Objectives: 1. Examine the diagnostic strategies for: • Open Circuit Problems • High Resistance Problems • Unwanted Parasitic Load Problems • Short−to−ground Problems • Feedback Problems 2. Look at the advantages and disadvantages each diagnostic tool has when isolating a particular circuit problem. 3. Show how to apply the DVOM, jumper wire, and EWD in the diagnostic process for each circuit. 4. Perform practice case studies and on−car diagnosis worksheets for each type of circuit problem. Body Electrical Diagnosis - Course L652 1 Section 5 2 LEXUS Technical Training Diagnosing Body Electrical Problems Introduction In step #3 of the six−step troubleshooting plan, you analyzed all the symptoms that were confirmed through your preliminary checks. Based upon these symptoms, you could make a conclusion as to the type of electrical problem that the circuit has: • An open circuit • A high resistance problem • An unwanted parasitic load or short−to−ground • A feedback from another circuit Diagnosing Open Circuit Problems In this section, we will concentrate on diagnostic strategies and techniques that should be used to isolate each of these problems. You’ll find that using the right" tool for each type of problem will save you a lot of time when working to pinpoint location of the circuit problem. Of all the types of electrical problems, open circuit problems are the most common. Open circuits are typically caused by: 1. Disconnected connectors 2. Bad switches 3. Poor terminal contacts 4. Cut wires 5. Blown or defective fuses You can assume that you have an open circuit problem whenever there is no visible sign of operation. You can use a number of tools to find the location of an open circuit. Each of the tools has its advantages and disadvantages, so it’s probably best to use a combination of the three, depending on the situation. Body Electrical Diagnosis - Course L652 3 Section 5 Using a Voltmeter An open circuit voltage test (positive probe at terminal, negative on Open Circuit probe connected to a known good ground) will verify continuity in the Problems circuit to the +B source. If the negative probe of the meter is grounded through the ground wire of the circuit (meter is connected in series to the circuit), it will verify continuity of the ground side as well. 1. Use the EWD to determine where to make the checks and if any switches/relays need to be closed. 2. Connect the negative probe of the voltmeter to ground, and use the positive probe to check the various pin voltages with the circuit ON. Remember that the EWD will not tell you how...

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516232 52345-SOX-A01 Control arm bushing. ACURA MDX ... 516387 53685- S3N-013 Control arm bushing ... VW golf, jetta A-2 A-3 1.8y 2.0 lts.y derby 95-99. INDEX ACURA …………………………………………………………. AUDI-SKODA-SEAT-VOLKSWAGEN ………………….. BMW …………………………………………………………… CHRYSLER …………………………………………………….. CITROEN-PEUGEOT ………………………………………….. DACIA ………………………………………………………….. DAIHATSU …………………………………………………….. DODGE ……………………………………………………….. FIAT …………………………………………………………… FORD ………………………………………………………….. BUICK-CHEVROLET-GENERAL MOTORS …………… GREAT WALL……………………………………………………. HONDA ……………………………………………………….. HYUNDAI …………………………………………………….. INFINITI ………………………………………………………. ISUZU ………………………………………………………… KIA ……………………………………………………………. LADA ………………………………………………………….. LAND ROVER ………………………………………………… LEXUS ………………………………………………………… MAN …………………………………………………………… MAZDA ……………………………………………………….. MERCEDES BENZ ……………………………………………. MITSUBISHI ………………………………………………….. NISSAN ……………………………………………………….. OPEL-DAEWOO ……………………………………………… PORSCHE ……………………………………………………… RENAULT ……………………………………………………… SSANGYONG …………………………………………………. SUBARU ………………………………………………………. SUZUKI ……………………………………………………….. TOYOTA ……………………………………………………….. VOLVO …………………………………………………………

Section 5 BRAKE BOOSTER - Autoshop 101

Lesson Objectives 1. Explain the function of engine vacuum in providing brake assist to the master cylinder. 2. Perform the following booster tests using the brake pedal: − operating test − air tightness check − air tightness under load 3. Using a brake booster push rod gauge SST, measure booster push rod clearance and determine needed adjustment. 4. List the symptoms of an improperly adjusted booster push rod. Section 5 Brake Booster The brake booster is designed to create a greater braking force from a minimum pedal effort, using a difference in atmospheric pressure and the engine’s manifold vacuum. It increases the pedal force 2 to 4 times depending on the size of the diaphragm. The brake booster is located between the brake pedal and the master cylinder. When pressure is applied to the brake pedal, pressure is exerted on the booster air valve. With pressure created by the booster the master cylinder is applied. Should the booster malfunction, the normal mechanical braking force of the master cylinder is maintained. Construction The brake booster consists of the body, booster piston, piston return spring, reaction mechanism, and control valve mechanism. The body is divided into a constant pressure chamber and a variable pressure chamber. The chambers are separated from each other by a diaphragm. The control valve mechanism regulates the pressure inside the variable pressure chamber. Single Diaphragm Booster The body is divided into a constant pressure chamber and a variable pressure chamber separated from each other by a diaphragm. 42 LEXUS Technical Training Brake Booster Basic Booster The basic principle of the brake booster is pressure differential. When Operation vacuum is applied to both sides of the piston, the piston is pushed to the right by the spring and remains there. Control Valve Closed When vacuum is applied to both sides of the piston, the piston is pushed to the right by the spring. When atmospheric air is allowed into chamber B the piston starts to compress the spring, due to the difference in pressure, and moves to the left. This causes the piston rod to move the piston of the master cylinder, generating hydraulic pressure. Control Valve Open When atmospheric air is allowed into chamber (A), the piston starts to compress the spring due to the difference in pressure. Booster Air Valve In the OFF position, the Air Valve (connected to the Valve Operating Operation Rod) is pulled to the right by the Air Valve Return Spring. The Control Valve is pushed to the left by the Control Valve Spring. This causes the Air Valve to contact the Control Valve. Therefore, the atmospheric air that passes through the air cleaner element is prevented from entering the Variable Pressure Chamber. Section 5 The piston’s Vacuum Valve is separated from the Control Valve in this position, providing an opening between passage A and passage B. Since there is always vacuum in the Constant Pressure Chamber, the opening allows vacuum into the Variable Pressure Chamber. As a result, the piston is pushed to the right by the piston return spring. Booster Air Valve Brakes Not Applied The Vacuum Valve is open allowing vacuum on both sides of the booster piston. In the ON position, when the brake pedal is depressed, the Valve Operating Rod pushes the Air Valve to the left. The Control Valve which is pushed against the Air Valve by the Control Valve Spring, moves to the left until it touches the Vacuum Valve. This blocks off the opening between passage A and passage B (Constant Pressure Chamber (A) and Variable Pressure Chamber (B)). Booster Air Valve Brakes Applied The vacuum valve is closed, cutting off the vacuum source to the variable pressure chamber....

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