Last post on Jan 22, 2009 at 6:14 AM
You are in the Lexus RX 300/330/350
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Lexus RX 300, Lexus RX 330, Lexus RX 350, Electrical, SUV
#2 of 9 Re: battery change, then problems [motiv8rnc]
Jan 21, 2009 (4:02 pm)
I could be wrong, but from the symptoms you suggest the new battery is not yet charged or is faulty. I'd check the battery, even if it is new.
When you turn it "on" and the engine is not running, it's perfectly normal to have all the warning lights on, in a "check" mode.
I'm unclear if you tried to jump it with the new battery .
#3 of 9 Re: battery change, then problems [la4mead]
Jan 21, 2009 (4:16 pm)
well it is a brand new battery, but no i havent tried to jump it yet with the new battery in it. i will check the battery to see if there is a charge on it, but there is no reset to be done after a new battery is put in on this vehicle correct?
#4 of 9 Re: battery change, then problems [motiv8rnc]
Jan 21, 2009 (4:47 pm)
alright, now i checked the battery and it has a full charge. i took the cover off the fuse box under the hood to the right of the battery and it smells like something burnt in there. i dont have my owners manual to show what fuses are what. anyone know where to find which fuse controls ingnition or something with starting the car. i would pull them out one by one but the car is outside and cant see anything. thanks
#5 of 9 Re: battery change, then problems [motiv8rnc]
Jan 21, 2009 (5:08 pm)
I thought they were labelled on mine. But if you burned out a fuse or relay, you will find that in the same engine compartment fusebox. Bummer.
My manual is for an RX300. I doubt their in the same order (by number) but my owners manual shows one of the small 20 amp fuses "starting system" called "AM2" and a square 50 amp (relay, I'm pretty sure, but the manual lists it as a fuse) labelled "starting system" called "Main" in the engine compartment fuse box. Sniff those out, first. Good luck.
And careful with those jumper connections...
#6 of 9 Re: battery change, then problems [motiv8rnc]
Jan 21, 2009 (5:27 pm)
if it's not the battery, then the next culprit on the list would be the starter...
#7 of 9 Re: battery change, then problems [xGuessWhox]
Jan 21, 2009 (5:36 pm)
now is there a fuse for the starter. im trying to get all my input tonight, soo i can work on it tommorow morning, when i have some daylight.
#8 of 9 Re: battery change, then problems [motiv8rnc]
Jan 21, 2009 (7:50 pm)
Does your car have a security system? It may need to be reset after a battery discharge.
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#9 of 9 Re: battery change, then problems [tidester]
Jan 22, 2009 (6:14 am)
just the factory security system..