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|01-17-2019 05:15 AM|
|Sportcross200||thank you for your reply! The thing is i dont have an facebook account :/ but i will try to contact him somehow through my friends account... may i ask how much did it cost ? becouse i found one complete tonneau cover, but it costs around €200... and my other question is about the headlights on your car! im looking also for the ones with the clear glas/plastic. i cant find them for IS200 only for IS300 and im not sure if its fits correctly. thank you for your next answer and sorry for bothering you for those questions.|
|01-15-2019 05:11 AM|
|01-15-2019 04:30 AM|
|Sportcross200||Hi Nougatti i saw that you had the same problem as i have now.. I bought a tonneau cover without the plastic peaces in the middle...my Question is, how did you replace them ?|
|07-21-2015 12:50 PM|
|chashsportx||Great, thanks Nougatti! I checked it out yesterday and it looked easy enough based on what you said, but a pic is always the best, especially with the diagram. I searched the service manual before inquiring with you and didn't find anything helpful. I probably just didn't spend enough time searching. Using "clips" in the search may be the ticket.|
|07-20-2015 10:37 PM|
Here's a pic, along with clip positions from the service manual (Recommended! http://lexus.solar3.eu/ - Must be opened in Internet Explorer.)
|07-20-2015 04:23 PM|
|chashsportx||Got it, thanks! That sounds easy enough. I'll check it out later when it cools down, currently it's 102F with heat index. (38.8C)|
|07-20-2015 02:44 PM|
|Nougatti||There are three little clips at the rear of the headliner that can be removed for added flexibility. The stock light pops off with a flathead. I also undid the screw at the left hand side, where the tonneau cover hitches itself at the outer edge. Do all that, and the rest is just a matter of hidden clips which give when you pull on the panel, but do not break. Thus you can just pop it back into place when you're done. Got some pics as well, but I'm on my phone now and can't upload them. I'll do it in the morning.|
|07-20-2015 02:19 PM|
|chashsportx||Hey Nougatti, how did you get the wire from the LED bar down to the stock light? I thought I would ask before taking things apart for it looks like it will be a PITA.|
|04-29-2015 05:04 PM|
That is awesome, thanks for sharing!
I've hauled lots of things in my sportx, but nothing like all that firewood. But I suppose that liner would give me the confidence to do so.
And the hatchback light upgrade is next on my list. Much appreciated!
|02-25-2015 06:46 PM|
|davedave||so glad you posted the hatchbag!|
|02-23-2015 11:43 PM|
Let's talk about utilizing our cars to the fullest
Hauled some firewood a few months ago..
|02-23-2015 06:10 PM|
|marc6969||So would I. I'm lucky enough to have both options. My Ford is a 2000 F-250 Extra Cab. 5.4, Auto, with a Gear Vendor Overdrive set up. Effectively, a 6 speed.|
|02-23-2015 05:58 PM|
When it comes to trucks, only the bare necessities are important to me: 8' bed, 4WD and a torquey engine... The only reason I have one is because I need it.
Everyone is buying 4 door, short bed trucks now... I'd rather have a SportX.
|02-23-2015 05:44 PM|
As an ongoing update, of sorts: Sasha still has not run across a situation she can't handle, with aplomb.
My memory bank is devoid of a car that has passed us on the highway.
What a drive, indeed.
High praise, from a driving enthusiast.
|02-23-2015 05:32 PM|
I use the trunk space, every day. Not to put muddy stuff in, but still...winks...
Thus, the Ford...
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