2001 Lexus ES300 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2001 Lexus ES300
- THE BUSHINGS ARE SUPPOSEDLY CRACKED( ?)WAS ADVISED TO REPLACE BOTH CONTROL ARM
- HOW OFTEN TRANSMISSION SERVICE IS NEEDED FOR LEXUS ES 300 2001
- My car feel like it is misfireing and I have changed spark plugs got tune up
- How often or miles should you replace your air filter and the cabin air filter?
- Hard starting below 50 degree f. What is the problem
2001 Lexus ES300 Problems
The Check Engine Light may illuminate because a component of the oxygen sensor stops working. As a result the engine computer is unable to determine the proper ratio of air to fuel for the engine. Replacing the failed oxygen sensor should correct this concern.
On higher mileage vehicles, an engine misfire may develop and/or the Check Engine Light may illuminate due to a failed ignition coil. It is not uncommon to replace all the coils when the first one fails in order to prevent return trips to the repair shop.
2001 Lexus ES300 Questions
MY CAR LEXUS 300ES 2001 HAS ONLY 87000MILES.I WAS TOLD THAT MY BUSHINGS ARE CRACKED AND THAT I NEED THE REPLACEMENT OF CONTROL ARMS
1..WHAT MAY BE THE CONSEQUENCES OF DELAYING THIS REPAIR?
SO FAR I DID NOT EXPERIENCE ANY UNDESIRABLE SYMPTOMS WHICH COULD BE LINKED TO THE BUSHINGS PROBLEM.
MY CAR HAS 87000MILES.LAST TRANSMISSION SERVICE WAS 6 YEARS AGO, BUT SINCE THEN I DROVE ONLY 12000.
coils and plugs are good got a read and said knocking sensor wourld that cause a car to run bad and feel like its misfireing
2001 Lexus ES300 Reviews
Just bought a 2001 Lexus ES300. Beautiful car. Drove it for about a week then the check engine and trac off lights came on simultaneously, followed by a little stutter in the engine driving down the highway with the cruise control on. Followed some advice on the web by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery and then spraying the air intake port that's near the air horn with some electronic'...
I bought this 2001 ES-300 from a Lexus Dealer in July 2010 with only 55,000 miles ! I owned a 1994 ES-300 for several years and it was a great car with 150 k when I sold it to a college student. I bought the same car only a newer version. It's not as "tight" as a BMW - but it's a superb overall vehicle - with plenty of power when you need it. I have 64,000 miles on it and haven't had ANY proble...
2001 ES300, just hit 100,000 miles, she runs like a champ! I love this car! Change the oil every 3000 miles, and it's great. Setting appointment to flush transmission fluid and other basic service items, overall, I LOVE this car. Solid, dependable good ride. Not to mention it's sexy..