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ok guys our direct injectors, if you look at lexuspartsnow.com shows you for example 23209-39155-B0, that is for "mark black" but they also list as being compatible, mark brown mark yellow etc.... what exactly does this mean?

1. Why is there this difference?
2. I assume I cannot mix and match?
3. But can I for example swap all my mark black for mark browns?
4. I read that different colours are different flow rates?
5. And also i was told that 23250-31020 and 23209-39055 are interchangeable with 23209-39155 how doI find out more about this?

I need some definitive information before I purchase.

 

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Where have you cut and pasted this from?

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my own post? cmon seriously you have nothing else to do but to comment on something like that? how is it relevant or important?

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How did you get the shaded background to the text in your first post and not in your second post? Genuinely curious..

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1 hour ago, NemesisUK said:

How did you get the shaded background to the text in your first post and not in your second post? Genuinely curious..

no seriously, i copied my own post from another forum and posted it here thats all.

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None of those part codes appear to be used on UK/European vehicles. Where are you based? You may get better assistance from one of our sister sites.

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if i had i would not be posting here. but that is not the main point of the post, it is about the colour codes and the availability of multiple part numbers anyways someone needs to know something in depth about engines to answer the question.

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Not looking to buy new parts. But thanks

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Your exact model number should be used found on the VIN plate, for example UCF41-AEGPL.

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2 hours ago, steve2006 said:

Your exact model number should be used found on the VIN plate, for example UCF41-AEGPL.

 Sorry but I don't understand how what you are saying is relevant to what I am asking, care to enlighten ?

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What I am trying to say is that there are many variants of the same car which may use different types of injectors, below is an example of the many LS430 model types.

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6 hours ago, steve2006 said:

What I am trying to say is that there are many variants of the same car which may use different types of injectors, below is an example of the many LS430 model types.

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Ah Ic USF41L-AEZGHA however I know what part is supposed to be in there but maybe the system you see might show if alternative part might fit 

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USA spec model, only one variant listed.

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Jay

Having followed this post from your original inquiry and seen the replies from our best and most learned members it seems your required answer is not on this club forum.

The lead info you gave and took exception to a question on its origin is obviously from a specialist engine tuning site and would have little or no cross information with Lexus specifications at origin .

Lexus only publish authentic information relevant to their specifications and not for third party  applications that can be applied to their engines.

There is a engine tuning site Lextreme that covers the subject you seem to be searching information on .

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26 minutes ago, ambermarine said:

Jay

Having followed this post from your original inquiry and seen the replies from our best and most learned members it seems your required answer is not on this club forum.

The lead info you gave and took exception to a question on its origin is obviously from a specialist engine tuning site and would have little or no cross information with Lexus specifications at origin .

Lexus only publish authentic information relevant to their specifications and not for third party  applications that can be applied to their engines.

There is a engine tuning site Lextreme that covers the subject you seem to be searching information on .

ive already posted there before I posted here, I'm posting everywhere to try and get some confirmation or information. 🙂 thanks

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