The collision and the dealer said it was the air sensors that are failing. I only have 50miles on the car and now an additional repair bill of $1000. Could the accident have caused the sensors to fail. I was it in the rear this time with rear fender replacement and some other damage and then I was hit in the front the last time... what junk if this is what happens at 50k miles..
I had 2 accidents both time the track light and the air fuel sensor light came on 2004 Lexus IS300
by Betty30328 in Atlanta, GA on October 11, 2012
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ANSWER by globalhelper , October 11, 2012
i would contact insurance co and ask questions about needed repair they may cover it
COMMENT by Betty30328 , October 12, 2012
If Lexus says it is not a result of the both collisions then the insurance company is not going to step up. My question is can the "track light and check engine light" be effected by a collision.
COMMENT by globalhelper , October 12, 2012
the track light depending on which component could be and def the the air flow sensor because its a very delicate part and a good jolt could damage it.