Sometimes when I drive at night, the lights will just go out. We also explain what's involved with installing them. Car only has 75K miles. How Is it a wear and tear issue when your headlights go out when your driving at high and low speeds at night? The recall began on February 1, 2017. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. It happened again tonight and I plan on contacting my local Lexus dealer tomorrow morning.
The vehicle was not repaired. This has been happening intermittently for a couple of years. The problem seems to alternate between both headlights. I am fine as long as it is daytime, but at night, this is quite scary. Please assist me with getting results before I am involved in an accident. I can be driving at night, and the lights will just go out.
I have to turn the lights off and right back on, then they will stay on. Dealership states it's a wear and tear issue. My husband was able to manipulate the window to get it to stay up. Also sometimes when I'm driving at night my headlights turn off in the pitch black driving down the road. Basic hand tools are required and installation can be completed in a matter of minutes. Q: What exactly do the headlights come with? Car was long past warranty; god bless Toyota! I need to turn them on and off several times before they come back on.
. Then I am left to drive in the dark. A few times, both lights turned off at the same time, so that I was completely in the dark and I had to pull over and stop the car. I have to turn it off and back on before I can change settings on it myself and sometimes it still won't let me change them. I have appointment with Lexus to fix, but should be a recall safety item. So I bought a new light hid bulb and it keeps turning on and off.
I was also shocked to see that the dealers wanted to replace the headlights before checking the electrical system or computer. To add to the matter. Inside are high-quality materials, a hushed cabin, and a refined-sounding engine. The failure mileage was 90,000. This is a safety hazard.
I would have believed that if I had not seen so many complaints regarding the same thing. The car would not start. Something needs to be done. The failure recurred on several occasions. If they come on, it is only briefly. You can switch them on and off several time and they usually come back on but when they both went off at the same time at 70mph they restored a 8 times! Dave decided it would be better to go directly home and take his always reliable Subaru to the ocean.
I have to turn the lights off and right back on, then they will stay on. This has happened several times since the first incident. Auto electricians said that they would be chasing a ghost trying to find what is causing all the problems. My dealer told me I probably needed new headlights since there computers couldn't find a problem. I immediately logged on and ordered the mirror. It had cracked and boiled over and ever since I have had nothing but problems.
The nuts that fasten the wiper arms may be insufficiently torqued such that if the wiper arms are restricted by an external load, such as a buildup of heavy snow, one or both of the wipers may become inoperative. I can't help but to tell you that dash melted. I'd have to pull the car over and check the pressure with a tire gauge. I have taken the vehicle to several Toyota dealers and mechanics and they have said that I need to replace the light bulb but it can't be the light bulb because the light turns on so it must be something else. I¿ve heard of people replacing their entire headlights and the same problem persists. Daves plan had originally been to drive from ithaca to ocean city, Maryland to spend time with his children and grandchildren.