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jemram

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    Silver 1991 LS400

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  1. Come on guys, this is a bargain!!!
  2. My wife posted this on my behalf earlier (I've been busy all day, drove to Yorkshire in this car and it was faultless as always). Even with a family member helping out, the car still needs to go:cry: So it's still for sale at £900 ono. A stunning bargain!!!
  3. Car no longer for sale, due to a very generous member of my wife's family.
  4. It's got Toyota service stamps up until 120,258miles. And then indpendent stamps up until 146,127miles. I changed the oil for Castrol Edge full synthetic when I bought it (about three months ago) at 158,000 miles. The really does drive like new. The cambelt was changed at 68,250miles and again 127,631miles, so is not due for another 26,000 miles. It is a UK car, not import. Lexus don't have any problems with the chassis number on their parts system.
  5. Hi guys, I need to get a good working power steering pump for my 1992 series 1 LS400 urgently. I'm going to need a new one to get the car through the MOT, which runs out on Friday I'm not worried if it's got the usual leak, but it must work as my pump is worn and the PAS does not work at a warm idle of 650rpm. I'm in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, but prepared to travel to collect one. Please help me!
  6. Well I removed the soloniod today. The strainer was quite gunked up with black crap, but not totally covered. I removed the strainer from the soloniod gave it a very good clean with carb cleaner. I then refitted and flushed the PAS fluid folowing THIS guide. All went back together fine. BUT my PAS is just as heavy at idle as before, so I guess I need a new PAS pump
  7. Thats the pump though, not the solonoid on the rack. Arrr! I realised that after posting sorry, This link may help http://us.lexusownersclub.com/forums/index...c=12024&hl= Fantastic, thank you very much :)
  8. Is this the infamous PAS soloniod? If so how do you remove it to get at the strainer?
  9. Yeah thats a good point! I think in a way I was expecting too much. All my previous cars have been darker colours so it really shows when it's been polished. Stupidly I expected more from the silver paint. There is some orange peal etc which I will correct in time though.
  10. Is this the infamous PAS soloniod? If so how do you remove it to get at the screen?
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