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  • Lexus Model*
    IS250 SL
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    2010
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    Queensland
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  1. 1. You can get it programmed at an independent. It's an easy process, the dealer/lock smith just hooks up Techstream and adds the fob as a new key via the computer. 2. Yes, you have to bring your car in for a new key to be added. 3. Yes, if you lose all keys then it's a lot harder to reset the system vs. adding in a new key. 4. Yes, just tell them not to delete the old key fob off your system.
  2. What happens if someone buys a car advertised as a Sports Luxury and it's a Prestige/F-Sport (like most are advertised on carsales)? Isn't that false advertising?
  3. Hi Guys, Has anyone replaced the rear yellow indicator bulbs to LED ones? Will it cause hyper-flashing? I was just wondering if I needed to buy an additional resistor to stop this or not. Cheers.
  4. Hi PMD008, It is possible to reprogram a used key although a lot of hassle. If it's a new key, OBDII with Techstream is a piece of cake - you just have to press add a new key and hold it to your button. Used keys are a bit more work. The info's definitely out there, I just can't recall how to do it but more than likely you'd have to go to the dealer for that one (and even then I think most of them wouldn't know how to do it).
  5. Isn't the tick-tick noise the engines direct injection system? Does it sound different from normal?
  6. Thinking of purchasing a 300h, can any IS300h owners comment on real life fuel economy figures here at all?
  7. Hey K2sty, I was actually heading in the opposite direction - I was looking to upgrade to a 335i because I wanted to try something new. Would you consider the new F30 335i? Apparently the new N55's are a lot more reliable than what they were? or would you suggest I stay with Lexus?
  8. Is it worth going sports tyres (something like the Advan V105) over normal tyres on an IS250?
  9. Hey Yeah, I assume they're genuine - purchased them from Amazon directly for $$$. I sent Osram some pictures and they said it was all good too. I was just expecting a whiter light. They're slightly whiter than the LED DRL's but the DRL's are kind of yellow when they're on 50% intensity. I was really wanting that new Mercedes LED look with them haha.
  10. How are you finding the CBI's - I installed a set into mine 3 weeks ago and they still seem kind of yellowish.
  11. Yes, prestige optioned with EMV2 had ventilated seats. Woodgrain trim would be the easiest way to tell if it was a Sports Luxury. Haven't driven the 2IS IS350 but had the 3IS IS350 for a day the other day and I noticed that it was noticeably more bumpy over bumps but I still loved the way it drove.
  12. I've seen a grey import IS350 on carsales before. You could potentially bumper swap the newer model.
  13. 1. Should be fine - personally I wouldn't purchase a car with over 100k km for peace of mind but that's just me. 2. I don't think the oil burning problem is as common in Australia when compared to the US - if you look on clublexus it's well documented while over here it's barely mentioned. 3. Servicing is once a year or 15,000km. I paid $550 for my last minor service, major you're looking at $1.2k. Even my Accord Euro is $400 for a minor service, $800 for a major so servicing costs don't seem too bad.