Lexus ES 300 Model Overview
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Dome Light For 1999 Lexus E300
I need to know how to get the dome light to come on when I open the door on my 99 Lexus E300. The door lights come on but the light by the rearview mirror does not come on.
I Have Burning Rubber Smell And There Is Some Oil Drops Leaking On My 2003 ...
I took it back to the mechanic where I got my oil changed and they said that the crankshaft seal is leaking, and to replace it, it would take about 11 hours of labor (about ($1,100) to just replace a ...
How Often Does The Ballast Needs To Be Replaced?
The driver side light bulb went out and because it was not noticed in time, I am now needing to replace the ballast? Since I don't want the same happening to the passenger side, I am thinking of repl...
Where Do You Put Windshield Wiper Fluid? I Can't Find The Reservoir.
How Do I Change The Bulb In The High Level Stoplight In My 2003 Es300
Bulb is burned out.
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About the Lexus ES 300
The ES 300 falls into the second, third, and forth generations of the ES series. In 1992, Lexus replaced the 2.5 liter V-6 with a more potent 3.0 liter version, hence the badge change. With the arrival of the SC series sports coupes in 1992, the ES became known as the entry-level Lexus. The new 300 was fitted with a larger and sleeker exterior, and the features and options lists were gradually increased overs its run. The popular five-speed manual transmission was discontinued after 1993.
The new V-6 supplied nearly 30 additional horsepower, bringing the count up to 185. Changes to performance specs were marginal: the ES traveled 0 to 60 in 8.6 seconds and through the quarter mile in 16.6. The new ES had bulked up by about 200 pounds, but fuel economy remained in the same range, at 19/25 mpg (manual) and 19/24 (automatic). Sluggish performance was a frequent target of criticism. It was during this second generation of ES that Lexus introduced GS 300, to fill the sports sedan void left by the ES series.
While the ES 300 was unable to compete with the German offerings for performance, its quality, reliability, and comfort were unquestioned. During this generation, the ES 300 became the top selling Lexus.