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    03,C2,Cab,Tip, Midnight blue metallic
    2011 RX350 Lexus
  1. I think I am missing something. At the last step with plug in wires, do we cut wire from pin plug say black/green , cut wire then reconnect old cut wire plus the new wire? In other words 2 wires( new wire plus original} in one end of butt splice and wire from pin plug on other end of butt splice? thanks
  2. thanks for the replies. Amazon has some that are inexpensive but seem to have good reviews. I guess i will get a 1/2 inch to 150 lb. and should be good. http://www.amazon.com/TEKTON-24335-2-Inch-Torque-10-150-Foot/dp/B00C5ZL0RU/ref=sr_1_6?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1388204521&sr=1-6&keywords=torque+wrench rbc
  3. What size torque wrench in ft lbs. should I get inorder to do most of the DIY projects? Any recommendations on make etc? I just purchased a craftsman 3/8 but upon closer reading it only goes up to 250 in lbs which is about 20 ft lbs. Probably not right size. rbc
  4. Not in owners manual, can't post picture as I cannot figure out how to get back to it. It is not speed alarm.
  5. No photos, no third party nav. system. Was just poking around and it popped up. Assumed I could get to it again but..........
  6. Purchased an 02 C2 cab a couple of weeks ago. Great car! When I was exploring buttons on dash I found a display that showed about 6 pictures of gauges including a speedo that said Max speed 130 MPH. I cannot figure out how to get back to that display. Anybody know how to find this display?? thanks rbc
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