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The Lexus ES300, part of the ES series, is a mid-size executive car from Toyota's luxury division, Lexus, a multinational Japanese automobile manufacturer renowned for its quality vehicles. Introduced in 1991 for the 1992 model year as the second generation of the ES series, the ES300 transformed the series with a more curvaceous and stylish design. It shared its design with Toyota's Windom (XV10) and was assembled in the Tsutsumi plant. Notably larger than its predecessor, the ES300 included new auto parts like projector headlamps in a curved housing, a three-slat grille, and the emblem positioned on the hood. The interior was luxuriously furnished with walnut trim on the center console, leather seats, and an eight-speaker premium sound system. In terms of performance, the ES300 carried a 2.5-liter 4VZ-FE engine and later transitioned to a 3.0-liter V6 that could produce 200 hp and go from 0 to 60 mph in 7.7 seconds. The vehicle's body was 30 percent stiffer, and its interior felt more upscale. The ES300's successful launch saw a significant boost in sales, with 39,652 units sold in the first full year. Despite evolving through multiple generations since 1989, the Lexus ES series continues to be a best-seller in the US, offering comfortable luxury with a focus on interior amenities, quietness, and ride quality.

The Lexus ES300, like any vehicle, is prone to wear and tear and eventual breakdown. Among its common issues is transmission failure, often reported around 100,000 miles, with symptoms like slipping or jerking, gear indicator mismatch, inability to turn off the vehicle, and unresponsive gear changes. Whirring and whining noises, and delayed reversing further signal the need for a possible replacement of the shift cable, automatic overhaul kit, and automatic transmission filter. Engine, braking, and suspension issues rank second in complaints, characterized by stalling while idling, reduced performance, overheating, and decreased power, acceleration, and fuel economy. Suspected faulty parts include the spark plug, oxygen sensor, air filter, drive belt, idle control valve, oil filter, throttle body gasket, EGR valve gasket, and camshaft seal, while for braking and suspension failures, the strut housing, ball joint, and brake pad set require scrutiny. Routine maintenance is key to preserving the vehicle's quality, with seat belts requiring particular attention due to their role in occupant safety. Regular upkeep of parts such as door locks, handles, and hood cables is also necessary.

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Lexus ES300 Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and install both the front and rear bumpers of a Lexus ES300?
    A: For front bumper removal, apply the parking brake, raise the vehicle, and securely support it on jackstands. Disconnect the negative battery cable, followed by the positive battery cable, and wait for two minutes before proceeding. On Avalon models, remove the headlights, parking lights, grille, and cover. For installation, reverse the removal process, ensuring that tabs on the bumper cover fit into corresponding body clips before attaching bolts and screws. An assistant's assistance is recommended at this point.For rear bumper removal, work beneath the vehicle to detach plastic clips and screws securing the lower edge of the bumper cover. Remove nuts securing the bumper cover in each corner of the trunk interior. Open the trunk lid and remove clips or pins securing the upper edge of the bumper cover. Pull the bumper cover away from the vehicle. Installation involves reversing the removal steps.
  • Q: How do you remove and install front and rear window regulator/motor assemblies in Lexus ES300?
    A: To remove the front window regulator/motor assembly, start by taking off the door trim panel, plastic water shield, and window glass assembly. Disconnect the electrical connector from the window regulator motor for power windows. Remove the regulator/motor assembly mounting bolts, lower roller guide bolts, and six screws holding the regulator/motor to the door. Pull out the equalizer arm and regulator assemblies through the door frame service hole. For installation, reverse the removal process and lubricate the rollers and wear points with white grease. The rear window regulator/motor assembly removal follows a similar process. Note that procedures may vary based on the vehicle model and year. Always refer to the service manual or consult a mechanic for accurate instructions.