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  1. Well in this economy, we can hardly blame them. Its better to get them done in home or in mechanic shops. Also as Kjz said make sure to check that you have good supplies.
  2. Did you grease them properly? And I agree with rajith, it takes some time for it to get smooth. Normally it takes around 2-3 weeks for them to get easy. So give it a try and then tell us if it doesn't solve your problems.
  3. You do have a point there vikram. That's probably the reason why Lexus created the option to have gas-only or electric only feature for the RX 450h.
  4. Just as Kaaze said, it would really help us out if you can describe when the overheating happens. This will help us in determining a solution better.
  5. I actually though your question was why you felt being a jerk whenever you drive your infinity ex35. Try to turn off your VDC and see if that works.
  6. When was the last time it worked properly? Also, did you do something specific when it suddenly turn off?
  7. Try using a fuse puller or a plucker but be careful not to force it though. If it is still not coming out, you might want to get that car to a repair shop. Better a professional fix it that you making it worse.
  8. Anyone heard about the RX hybrid? It has some pretty good reviews so I was just wondering what the others think and if the price of $45, 000 is worth the money at all.
  9. It seems like a pretty fair deal. I don't really like the exterior that much but safety and reliability seems to be worth the money.
  10. I don't really think there's much difference when buying either used or new one. Of course, you get to "feel" the car first before you buy it. Only thing to consider is if you buy a used one, you have to make sure you inspect it thoroughly.
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