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About McTyke

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    LS460 SE L
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  1. Up-date: Piston still sticking and causing vibration so ordered refurbished caliper from company in USA at very reasonable price. Now just hope as its only front to bleed my local garage can do it and clear any error codes with their diagnostic equipment.
  2. All went pretty easy. Only thing noticed rubber seal round one of pistons was split. The piston went back in OK but I am guessing the piston is corroded and so not getting equal force on the disc as I am starting to feel vibration again. This may have been cause of vibration all along as old discs did not look too old. Easy enough to remove caliper and get it rebuilt but have read that bleeding this system is specialist job. Any thoughts?
  3. Thanks folks. Will be fitting over Xmas so let you know.
  4. Hi all First post here - new to Lexus - all good so far. Need to replace discs and pads - recommended by my local independent to cure vibration. I've done this quite a few times over years on various cars but anything I need to watch out for/tips? All help gratefully received Jeff