Lexus Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Lexus Expert
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Did you find that the fuse was bad for the cig fuse and replace it .
did you change anything else like fit a fuse that was missing .
Is the Cig aux plug now working .
So now the ABS and Brake warning lights are ON with the engine running .
Okay good first what i need you to do is just disconnect the battery for a few minutes and press on the brake pedal for a few seconds ,this will clear codes in the management system .
Reconnect then start the engine and test drive .
If the two lights come on then please let me know .
Which fuses, in the car or under the hood.
Okay under the passengers and drivers side fuse box are no fuse to interfere with the ABS system .
Normally when we see with these cars a issue where the ABS and brake light is on is a problem with the ABS module .
So what you need to do first is check the fuse under the hood .the fuse box on the passengers side .
Check this first ,you find all fuses and relays good you will need to be hooked up to a diagnostic scan tool
and check for ABS malfunction codes .
From the codes you will then know what has failed and tripped on the warning lights.
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Okay the steering system has tripped the warning lights and the no speedometer issue also .
You will need to be hooked up to a diagnostic scan tool as said above .this is the only way you will find out what your problem is .seen this happen before when one tried to jump his car and got the jump leads crossed .
ended up blowing the main fuse and causing the ABS module to fail.
If all fuses are good you need to be hooked up to a diagnostic scan tool and gather all codes that may be stored.
Don't think there tool will cover ABS system but if the check engine light is on go ahead and get me the codes
The only other options is the dealer or a brake shop like midas that have the equipment to check this out for you..