1998 Lexus LS400 - Electrical Components (28 pages)

Model: 1998 Lexus LS400
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Pages: 28 pages

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Checking and replacing blade type fuses, the battery produces flammable explosive hydrogen gas, the electrolyte contains poisonous corrosive sulfuric acid, d Avoid contact with eyes, skin clothes.

D Never inhale swallow electrolyte, d Wear protective safety glasses when working near, d Keep children away battery, d If electrolyte gets in your eyes, flush your eyes with clean.

Water for at least 15 minutes get immediate medical, or cloth while traveling medical office, d If electrolyte gets on your skin, thoroughly wash, d If electrolyte gets on your clothes, there possibility.

Its soaking through to your skin, so immediately take off, the exposed clothing and follow procedure above, beaten raw egg or vegetable oil, check the battery for corroded or loose connections, cracks.

D Make sure the engine and all accessories turned off, d When checking the battery, remove ground cable first, d Take care no solution gets into the battery when washing it, there are types of batteries: maintenance type.

A non–maintenance battery has ”MAINTENANCE FREE, check the fluid condition by the fluid level lines on side, check the battery condition by the hydrometer on top, (a) Checking by the fluid level lines (Maintenance type battery.

The fluid (electrolyte) level must be between upper, when checking the fluid level, look at all six cells, not just one, if the level is lower than the lower line, add distilled water, ”Adding distilled water” page 365.

Check the battery condition by hydrometer color, rED – Have the battery checked by your Lexus dealer, do not refill battery with water, if the side of your battery is covered, check water level by.

Looking down directly above the cell illustrated above, of the battery during heavy charging, causing corrosion, during recharging, the battery producing hydrogen gas, connecting the charger cables to battery when.

D Always charge the battery in an unconfined area, charge the battery in a garage or closed room where there, d Non–maintenance batteries: Only do a slow charge (5 A, maintenance type batteries: Be sure remove vent.

Never recharge the battery while the engine running, make sure all accessories turned off, determine which fuse may be causing the problem, fuse box shows the name of the circuit each fuse.

Suspected fuse straight out with the pull–out tool check it, if it has blown, push a new fuse into clips, suspected fuse with one of the same value that you know good, it is a good idea to purchase a set of spare fuses keep them.

If the new fuse immediately blows out, there is problem with, dispensable for normal driving, and use it if its amperage rating, as close as possible to, the amperage, that specified, the fuse might blow out again but does not.

Possible and return the substitute its original clips, never use a fuse with a higher amperage rating, any other, object, in place of a fuse.

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