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Greg and Richard from CARiD team were super excited to start the new...
Shopped all over the country for the absolute best deal I could find and am flying out to New Jersey in a few days to drive it back to Arizona. New car = new cross country road trip!
Thanks to so many in this forum that helped guide me to this great car. so excited!
yesterday i retro fitted an auto dimming rearview mirror to my ct,as i have had enough of being blinded by hid
headlights,i purchased a mirror out of a honda accord 2008-2014 model the glass mount is the same as the lexus
mount so it slides straight on.
only 2 wires are needed switched live and...
I was going to go bags, but ive decided to save the money for Aero/body work, tires, and various other mods. Now I need to decide on which brand. Theses are the ones I have been looking at.
Fortune Auto 500 series
Fortune Auto 500 series - Fortune Auto North America
Tanabe Sustec Pro S-0C...
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So as the title implies, my auto sensor for my headlights and interior gauges is not working. By not working I mean it will auto dim everything on a bright sunny day, and not dim at night. I've had to use the toggle on the side to adjust it, but only since I got the car back from my dealers...
I recently purchased a 2014 Lexus CT200h with standard headlights and upgraded fog lights and low beams to HID. I went with the Morimoto kit for the low beams but following the install my auto on feature no longer works....I have to turn them on 'manually'. Is there a resolution for this to...
The New York Auto Show kicks off Tuesday night with a series of pre-show events followed by the press days on Wednesday and Thursday.
There are certainly surprises coming, but even some of the already-announced debuts are exciting. Here's what AutoGuide.com is looking forward to most next week...