Lexus RX350 owners have reported 3 problems related to tire pressure monitoring system (under the tire category). The most recently reported issues are listed below.
The tire pressure monitor system on my 2007 Lexus Rx350 is on all the time can't be reset. Still only had 29k mile on the original tires. I know Toyota was recall some SUV for the same problem but, my Lexus is not on the list.
See all problems of the 2007 Lexus RX350.
Tire pressure sensors appear to be overly sensitive in Lexus vehicles. I own 2009 and 2010 Rx350s and both have issues with false alarms, and I was told that the dealer sees at least 20 cars a day with false alarms and they are selling nitrogen inflation gas to reduce the rate of false alarms. Although it's not very serious issue as far as direct safety is concerned, it can lead into the situation where the drivers will start ignoring the warning light that can cause dangerous conditions. If the equipment has high false positive rates, the manufacturer should address the issue, but there is no indication that it's doing one.
See all problems of the 2010 Lexus RX350.
2007 RX 350. Consumer states problems with installation of running boards on vehicle the dealer was unable to produce the running boards after eight months of the consumer making calls to them. In July 2007, the consumer began experiencing problems with the hazard lights and sensors. On several instances, the tire light would illuminate. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and they found a nail in one of the tires which caused the hazard sensor to activate. In October 2007, the rear passenger window would not roll up at times. Additionally, the tire hazard sensor also continued to exhibit problems. The dealer was unable to replicate the window malfunction and the tire sensor was reset. In late December 2007, the consumer began experiencing problems with the air bags and sensors. The dealer reset the air bag sensor. Shortly thereafter, the consumer continued to experience the same air bag malfunction. Upon inspection of the vehicle, it was determined that the entire air bag system had shut down and was inoperable. Over the course of the next seven months, she continued to experience issues with the tire hazard sensors and was frequently unable to use the automatic seat adjust feature on the driver's side. Passengers also complained that they could not adjust the seat and that the seat belt felt tight and would not extend outward. The dealer sated the seat belt was caught in the passenger seat track, which caused the malfunction of the passenger seat and seat belt. Several months later, the consumer complained of steering problems, but the dealer was unable to find a problem. The consumer stated she continued to have problems with air bag light. In July 2009, the consumer began experiencing problems with the remote lock and door locks. Currently, the passenger door only locks manually. The problems with the passenger seat and seat belt was never corrected. In addition, the rear of the truck was making a rattling noise.