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Nippon Reinz
2017 Lexus IS300 Spark Plug Tube Seal Nippon Reinz

P311-23511AC    W0133-1641121  New

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Nippon Reinz Spark Plug Tube Seal
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Nippon Reinz
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2017 - Lexus IS300
Ishino Stone
2017 Lexus IS300 Spark Plug Tube Seal Ishino Stone

P311-4B1418B    W0133-1641121  New

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Ishino Stone Spark Plug Tube Seal
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Ishino Stone
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2017 - Lexus IS300
Mahle
2003 Lexus IS300 Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket Mahle

P311-194793B    W0133-1643088  New

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Mahle Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket
  • ; This is actually an o-ring.
Brand: Mahle
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2003 - Lexus IS300
Mahle
2001 Lexus IS300 Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket Mahle

P311-194793B    W0133-1643088  New

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Mahle Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket
  • ; Production: 05/2000-, This is actually an o-ring.
Brand: Mahle
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2001 - Lexus IS300 Fr:05-00-00
Mahle
2005 Lexus IS300 Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket Mahle

P311-194793B    W0133-1643088  New

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Mahle Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket
  • ; Production: -07/2005, This is actually an o-ring.
Brand: Mahle
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2005 - Lexus IS300 To:07-00-05
Genuine
2001 Lexus IS300 PCV Valve Grommet Genuine

P311-4022730    W0133-1643833  New

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Genuine PCV Valve Grommet
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; Production: 05/2000-04/2001
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2001 - Lexus IS300 Fr:05-00-00 To:04-00-01
FAE
2017 Lexus IS300 Ignition Knock (Detonation) Sensor FAE

P311-5165B58    W0133-1742431  New

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FAE Ignition Knock (Detonation) Sensor
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2017 - Lexus IS300
Dorman
2020 Lexus IS300 Wheel Lug Stud Dorman - M12-1.50 Sold Each

P311-39989E7    W0133-1640507  New

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Dorman Wheel Lug Stud
  • M12-1.50 Sold Each
Brand: Dorman
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2020 - Lexus IS300
Dorman
2017 Lexus IS300 Wheel Lug Stud Dorman - M12 x 1.50 Box of 10

P311-39989E7    W0133-1640507  New

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Dorman Wheel Lug Stud
  • Autograde
  • M12-1.50 Serrated - 14.20mm Knurl, 40mm Length
  • M12 x 1.50 Box of 10
Brand: Dorman
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2017 - Lexus IS300
K&N
2005 Lexus IS300 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L K&N

P311-0F56602    HP-1002  New

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  • Oil Filter
  • ; Premium Oil Filter w/Wrench Off Nut; Spin On
  • K&N Wrench-Off oil filters are engineered to help ensure high flow rates and exceptional protection from contaminants. Each filter comes with a hex nut welded to the top of the canister, allowing for easy removal with a standard wrench.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Anti Drain Back Valve: Yes
    • Bypass Valve: Yes
    • Filter Material: High Flow Premium Media
    • Gasket Material: Viton Rubber
    • Height: 3.75 In (95 Mm)
    • Outside Diameter: 3 In (76 Mm)
    • Package Material: Paperboard
    • Package Type: Box
    • Product Style: Oil Filters
    • Prop 65 Yes/No: No
    • PSI Relief Valve: 11-14
    • Removal Nut: Yes
    • Removal Nut Size: 1 Inch
    • Style: Canister
    • Thread Specification: 3/4 In. - 16
    • Title: K&n Hp-1002 Oil Filter
    • Weight: 0.8 Lb (0.4 Kg)
  • K&N premium oil filters are meticulously engineered to offer outstanding filtration and engine protection. Designed to operate with all synthetic, conventional, and blended motor oils, K&N's pleated synthetic-blend filtration media helps to shield your engine from contaminants and ensure a consistent flow of oil. The heavy-duty canister is engineered to be exceptionally durable, and a one-inch welded hex nut can be used for quick and easy filter removal. Each filter is specifically designed to withstand the service intervals recommended by vehicle manufacturers, and is protected by the K&N 1-Year Limited Warranty.
Brand: K&N
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2005 - Lexus IS300 L 6 Cyl 3.0L - 2997

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Radiator Inlet Hose leak on '01 Lexus IS300

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Question From greasemonkey on Radiator Inlet Hose leak on '01 Lexus IS300

Hey guys,

I currently own a '01 Lexus IS300 sedan and have recently developed a coolant leak. After scrutinizing the cooling system and all of its related components, I was able to identify the source of the leak- the radiator inlet hose. (it's PNC #16571 in this IS300 radiator diagram: Link deleted.. not allowed
I was wondering if I can just simply remove and replace this inlet hose without removing any other cooling system component? Or would I have to remove the radiator fans/radiator in order to access the problematic inlet hose?

Thanks in advance for your help!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You just have to examine it and see of anything is in your way. Sometimes things that can't be reached from the top can be reached from below.

brake pads dragging

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Question From Guest on brake pads dragging

Hi, I have a 2002 lexus is300, with 82,000 miles on it. I just replaced the rear brakes, including rotors, calipers and pads. I bled the brakes good, and I have one of the pads dragging pretty bad. Any ideas what could be causing this? The calipers are also 2 pistons, and the pads are seated correctly in the calipers, i've checked that several times already. Thanks

Response From Guest

Take the wheel back off, remove the caliper, make sure the rotor is seated properly and grease the slider pins

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

There are basically 3 things that will cause that in only one wheel

  1. Caliper piston is binding in caliper
  2. One or more of the caliper slides is frozen
  3. rubber brake hose is ruptured internally and restriction return flow of the brake fluid

Car Radiator Help! URGENT~!

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Question From KevinTakai on Car Radiator Help! URGENT~!

I've owned a 2004 automatic Lexus IS300 for about 2 years now and not too long ago I ended up getting into an accident where my radiator and fan got pushed up resulting in my hood sticking out a bit. I finally got around to taking my car apart and lowering the inside base to get the radiator and fan lower to get my hood back in place which was a success. I then put everything back into place but I completely forgot I drained out the radiator before doing so and I forgot to completely fill in the radiator with fluid/water. I then decided to drive out of town for about an hour. I was 30mins into my destination and next thing you know I came to a sudden brake, I was driving about 65-80 for a good half hour. Once I slightly tapped on the brake next thing you know my car started to steam like crazy from the hood and I pulled off onto the side of the freeway immediately. It was steaming so much it looked like cheech and chong's was smoking in my hood @.@ As I tried to pull over on the side of the road I could feel my wheel stiffening up. As soon as I pulled over I opened up my hood to let it air out all the steam. (The steam was white) I waited a bit for a tow truck to come pick up my car and let the car cool down to check the results. There was white residue of some type all over the insides and i noticed that the hose connected to the radiator that was lightweight slipping off the radiator. I tried to tighten it and it didnt work so next thing I did was unhook the hose. What I discovered when I unhooked the hose the piping from the radiator was cracking and chipping off and the pipe seemed to be flaking. I was wondering if anyone knows the results of driving on low radiator fluid and what I may have to do to fix this up. I probably missed out on some key facts but everything I could think of was off the top of my head. Can someone help me and tell me what I could possibly do to fix this?? Sorry for this being all over the place I'm really worried about my car One last thing I forgot to mention while I was pulling over the steam was coming out of the hood, I couldnt tell if there was steam coming out of my exhaust or if it was because so much steam was coming from the hood. I was wondering If you could also give me an estimate on a blown head gasket if that is the situation here thank you~

Response From Hammer Time

This is not going to have a good result. Driving a car until temperature makes it stop usually results in severe internal damage. They can handle a lot of things but extreme heat is not one of them.

Response From nickwarner

You need a new engine. You melted this one down. Its an expensive mistake unfortunately.

Response From KevinTakai Top Rated Answer

Would driving on minimum radiator fluid really cause my engine to completely get melted resulting in internal damages? Ill make sure to get it checked by a professional ASAP though.
You need a new engine. You melted this one down. Its an expensive mistake unfortunately.

Response From Hammer Time

Everybody thinks that getting to their destination is more important than the overheating of the engine. This is usually a few thousand dollar error in judgment. Once it reaches a certain temp, it only takes seconds to ruin the engine.

Response From Sidom


Everybody thinks that getting to their destination is more important than the overheating of the engine. This is usually a few thousand dollar error in judgment. Once it reaches a certain temp, it only takes seconds to ruin the engine.

What I have seen is just a lack of understanding.....Some people just don't realize how much serious damage can be done in such a little time when the engine is overheating......I would say the danger zone is when they are between 5 to 10 miles of whereever they are going....They think it's just a short distance so no need to tow and they couldn't be more wrong........It's actually better if they are 100 miles or more away because most reasonable people would never drive a car that far with a problem and will pull over and deal with it right then and there.......kinda like they should've when there were 5 miles out........This one is a bit different....I really feel for they guy....It wan't done on purpose.....It was an oversight.....granted an exspensive one

Response From nickwarner

I don't think anyone feels this was done intentionally. Obviously the poster feels foolish for such a small oversight that is now a big money item. Even us pros have had some epic fails at some point in time in our careers. We've overlooked some small thing and it came back to bite us bad. Really hits your pride. If you think of it, with low enough coolant level the temp sensor might've read low since it was in air not water. I'm shocked he made it as far as he did before meltdown. But now the damage is done and the lesson is costly.

We have all seen this same type of scenario many times as we all work in shops. I'm sorry to tell you that the hopeful answer of a head gasket is not likely to be on the table. You locked up a red-hot motor. This is a goner. Its the details that make the difference in a job done right and a disaster, as you now see. Its checking your work over prior to startup that stops a lot of that. Real similar to the carpenter's saying "measure twice, cut once."

Response From Discretesignals

We have a Hyundai in the shop right now that was overheated, but the driver didn't want to stop. Engine wouldn't start, removed the radiator cap and the radiator was empty. Filled it up and left the cap off. Cranked the engine and Old Faithful came out the radiator neck. Engine trashed and the customer doesn't have the money to fix it.

Response From Hammer Time

Of course it would. I change engines for that reason every day and they always say, "I couldn't stop. I had to get somewhere". $4000 later, they got to their destination.

Response From nickwarner

$12 in coolant and ten minutes of your time would've averted this entire problem. Like HT, I also have replaced engines like this for the same reasons. As I said, its an expensive mistake.