Toyota and Lexus vehicles are some of the most reliable vehicles on the road, and rarely have common issues. This leaves you in a similar position as the first two failures, with no access to the climate control. One thing I did differently, was to reinforce the back of the flex cable with some epoxy. Lexus Navigation Unit Screen Repair and Replacement has over 20 years of experience maintaining and repairing Japanese vehicles. Sounds like the screen itself needs to be replaced, However there could be more internal damage. What is the replacement cost? It will be reset to its original factory condition and sent back to you within 24 hours. You must send us your part to us for repair.
Looking at the screen, you can only see a small part of the screen because it looks like the liquid leaked in the screen, I can see a big black stain in the screen. I am not responsible if you break, destroy or injure yourself, please take you're time. Circuit writer ink broke while I was messing with the flex cable. You perform the whole job with the window still in the car. There's also a ribbon connector and a power cable that need undone.
I was planning on having the dealer do it. It was working one night, and the next morning, nothing. Has anyone gone through this? So I designed and started manufacturing this aluminum replacement window clip. Remember, the repair is as simple as can be. I had the same car.
Should I just put the circut writer stuff on and hope it touches? It was a real bummer, I just got married in January so all my money was spent paying for the wedding. Any advise would be great. In this case the screen will light up as usual, but it will not respond to your touch. The genius title isn't accurate, but solving the problem did require a broad range of knowledge and skills. I googled the problem and figured out how to fix it. Please include in the package a short list of symptoms and your return mailing address.
So nearly 200k miles its really not too much to deal with. Has anyone gone through this? What is the replacement cost? I didn't know how to troubleshoot the screen, and your ohm measurements were right on! This issue was all over the web even at that time and Lexus acted like touch screen failure was a rare occurrence. Yes, I have a nav screen for you. I repaired it following your instructions and it's been working for 2 months now! Thanks jlang for your instructions and pictures. You only need very little exposed. Parts are not merely replaced to restore operation, but upgraded to prevent failure from occurring again.
A little advice would be appreciated. The unit fired up and worked perfectly. Once the display unit is out, there are again four screws that hold the housing together. Here is a list of our current services. Before the internet I would have had to pay dealer prices to fix this. I have tried and tried to wedge the probe tool and have scraped the stuff off up to the glass, but I cannot see or touch the connection under the glass.
I took it back to my in-laws and they thought I was a genius. Simply stated — The screen does not turn on. Here is a thread I started on the repair when I did it, I tried to post as many photos as I could. Yes, I have a nav screen for you. Everything else works except the touch screen.
It is cheap and will help bridge the copper on the glass side. So yes my Lexus's have had some issues. I took it apart and did it all again and got good readings on the meter after the repair. I referred to this forum. My starter died, another huge expensive repair. You might find yourself frustrated by the fact that Lexus does not sell a replacement for the simple plastic window clip. There was about 15 different companies selling this digitizer so prices were low.
When I put the unit all back together probably about two hours, being cautious, using the right screws, not forgetting any connectors, etc. None of the physical buttons above the radio work now. . Charge was half of what Lexus would have charged. I am a total newbie with this just bought my first multi-meter for this project. I bought a used gauge cluster from a junk yard and took it to a local shop and they programmed it with my exact mileage. We are able to repair cracked screens on just about any factory Toyota or Lexus unit.
And cheap replacement windows still use plastic clips. Sunday had been a hot day here, and upon further mental digging, my wife recalled hitting a pothole a few days before. Our goal is to always deliver a cost effective repair solution. Is it possible to just get the touch screen replaced without having to buy the entire system? I am having trouble even getting a reading at all from any of the connections. Once this is off you will see the screen unit is held in place with 4 screws. Just to add to the thread. If you ever have the same problem you can fix it yourself.