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jbrooker1990

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    LS430
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    2000
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    Victoria

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  1. Does anyone have a climate control panel with the facia kit for an early 2000-2001 LS430 I could buy off them? I have seen a few overseas, but they do not have the "Rear air conditioner" settings and I am concerned, as they are mainly from the US and Europe, there may be compatibility issues even if a Toyota/Lexus dealer codes them in for me. Photo of what I need is attached. [This photo is obviously of a car for a LHD set up, but you get the gist.] Thanks!
  2. Does anyone have a climate control panel with the facia kit for an early 2000-2001 LS430 I could buy off them? I have seen a few overseas, but they do not have the "Rear air conditioner" settings and I am concerned, as they are mainly from the US and Europe, there may be compatibility issues even if a Toyota/Lexus dealer codes them in for me. Photo of what I need is attached. [This photo is obviously of a car for a LHD set up, but you get the gist.] Thanks!
  3. Hi everyone! I am the very proud new owner of a 2000 LS430 Ultra Luxury. I dabbled in European cars for all of my twenties and they bankrupted me. Total money pits. The Lexus is hands down, THE most amazing car of all of my vehicles I have owned. 165,000km and full service history. Metallic silver with black leather. Photos will be coming soon when it is detailed! The steering wheel on it has quite badly cracked wood. It was going to cost me more to have the wood refurbished than buy a replacement steering wheel from a wreckers. I was lucky enough to find one with flawless wood for $200.00, so quite a bargain. It is off a 2004 LS430, so the 04 update with the screen and the Bluetooth for calls. As a result, it has an 'answer phone' button on the steering wheel. I have had an aftermarket head unit installed in the car. All the buttons on the steering wheel work with the head unit except the 'answer phone' button. Ideally, I would like to get this answer phone button working. Can anyone shed some light for me on what wiring/adapter/whatever I would need to purchase to get it working?
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