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  1. Lost Ignition Key 91 Ls 400

    Likely they are no longer available.
  2. Replaced front brakes, now 'clap'

    And most important what year of LS400?
  3. wipers have stoppe working '92 LS400

    So then the explanation was not very accurate then. And not electrical in nature, you should have said the wiper motor was running but the wiper on the diverside was not moving. Glad you got it sorted out. And for others asking for help, remember with out accurate descriptions of the problems us people trying to help can only guess. We do not see or hear the problems.
  4. wipers have stoppe working '92 LS400

    Check for power at the motor, when the switch is turned on. I don't remember if there is a relay for it and its own little ecu these cars seem to have lots of them.
  5. 92 LS400 running rough after seafoam?

    If you sprayed stuff in the thingy after removing the airfilter you then ruined the air meter. New ones if you can find them are $700. never ever spray anything in that hole behind the airfilter.

    The mechanicals is the easy stuff, if the body is ruined at all it makes fixing it a worthless money pit. If the body is perfect no dents and original perfect paint job then its worth fixing it. If the under side is messed up real bad kinda not worth the fixing either. Engines, transmissions, rear ends all wrecking yard items. And in the correct yard you could find them all for under meaning engine trans, rear end all together for under 1000. or just buy a 500 parts car and you got even more parts.
  7. A.C.problem 94.

    Since there are no schematics who knows. It is like something is connected wrong for that light.
  8. Messing with the Air suspension. :)

    With that as the problem the pump would work, the sensor just reads the wrong height. With more info I think we could have figured out the sensor deal, it is electrical but also a mechanical problem.
  9. For Sale 1993 LS 400 49,060 Original Miles

    Billy I have to disagree. The lower the miles the better. Old cars are old cars, yes a very low mileage car may need some work. But as long as it spent its life inside, it can't be beat for paint and interior condition. The things it will need compared to a high miles car is nothing, even if the low mile car needs every engine and transmission seal replaced, so would the high miles car plus so much more. I would much rather an old car with 3 miles on it than the same thing with 250K or more. There is just way more value to it especially when it becomes collectable the beat and road tattered high miles job loses the value with all the road grime and salt and what ever else has banged the bottom or top and started a corrosion spot here or there.
  10. 91 LS400 Stumble at Low Throttle

    Also check tps.
  11. Messing with the Air suspension. :)

    Grounds and electrical connections. And depends for sure what is happening. Any noise from the pump? It could be the ECU for the system as well, I'm sure if its like gen 1's its in the trunk and getting moist or hot depending on your climate. Need info like what is happening or not.
  12. For Sale 1993 LS 400 49,060 Original Miles

    Need pictures, need to know what kind of options, what color, is the body and paint pristine etc. An old car, or for that matter any car will depend on what someone will pay for it. The smart thing would have been to not drive it and keep the ultra low miles it had. Even so its still nice low miles and that's a good thing. I'd guess at about 8K to start.
  13. Timing Belt Replacement, Did You Do Your Own?

    For a non mechanic type the T belt is not a good diy deal. And can end up costing way more than having it done.
  14. What oil to use

    In hot climate yes.
  15. Timing Belt - Max Life on 98LS400 ?

    LS's seem to hold value over other cars. If you where driving a ford of some sort then no don't fix it, its not worth it. But a Lexus and a Mercedes are worth the fixing, they seem to both hold value longer than most others.