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Lexus IS 300 Questions


Witch Cylinder Is The First Cylinder


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Harold Lemus

Car Won't Start. Lexus Is300

I have a Lexus is300 So I ran my car out of gas and I put some new fuel in(premium) and it still wouldn't start so I replaced the fuel pump and check if it was getting a park and it is and it just...

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Ok I Have A 2001 Es300 And Just Had Alternator Belt And Power Steering Belt...

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Harold Lemus

Bleeding Air Out The Fuel Lines

I don't know where or how to bleed out air out of the fuel lines. I ran it out of gas and already checked my fuel pump but it still won't start and it is getting a spark.

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Harold Lemus

Lexus Is300 Won't Start After Being Run Out Of Gas

I ran my car out of gas and the same day 4 hours later I put new premium gas in and it would turn of but won't start. The fuel pump is fine I think because I can hear it work but I don't think it's...

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Lexus IS 300 Overview

The IS series first appeared in 2001 as the entry-level offering from Lexus, priced just below the Camry-based ES. The IS was classified as subcompact, and it was conceived as a sports sedan. For half the price of the high-performance Lexus GS series, the IS 300 offered a stiffer suspension and manual transmission. However, many critics felt that Lexus luxury was a casualty of this new pursuit to combine performance with affordability.

Throughout its first generation, the IS was powered by a 3.0-liter inline six. This engine generated 215 horsepower and 218 pound-feet of torque. While the IS was considerably fast, moving from 0 to 60 in 7.5 seconds, many owners felt the 19/25 mpg fuel efficiency was considerably low for such a small car. Indeed, it was the smallest sedan Lexus ever built. The manual transmission became available in 2002, and it featured a limited slip differential through 2004. In the second year of production, Lexus also offered the IS as a compact wagon called the SportCross. It never ascended beyond limited production, and low sales led to its discontinuation after the first generation.

In 2006, the IS was redesigned and split into two engine options: the V6 IS 250 and the V6 IS 350. All-wheel drive became available on the car for the first time. With the second generation, Lexus aimed to create an IS that could keep pace with the comparably priced BMW 3-Series and the Mercedes Benz C-Class, with respect to both luxury and peformance.