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service mechanic are mk2 and mk3 ls 400 paerts for engine the same ithink they are

I don't have the slightest idea what you are talking about, it could be one of there things

#1 I don't have enough knowledge about Lexus to understand your question. or

#2 Maybe you folks in the UK have different ways to describe things that we yanks don't understand. or

#3 Maybe you are having trouble putting your question into a form that we can understand and maybe a friend can help you rephrase the question

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service mechanic are mk2 and mk3 ls 400 paerts for engine the same ithink they are

I don't have the slightest idea what you are talking about, it could be one of there things

#1 I don't have enough knowledge about Lexus to understand your question. or

#2 Maybe you folks in the UK have different ways to describe things that we yanks don't understand. or

#3 Maybe you are having trouble putting your question into a form that we can understand and maybe a friend can help you rephrase the question

#4 Maybe it's a matter of perception. Perhaps you can have a friend read and interpret for you. :lol:

It appears he's asking if the motor parts for the Mk2 and Mk3 LS400 are the same.

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service mechanic are mk2 and mk3 ls 400 paerts for engine the same ithink they are

I don't have the slightest idea what you are talking about, it could be one of there things

#1 I don't have enough knowledge about Lexus to understand your question. or

#2 Maybe you folks in the UK have different ways to describe things that we yanks don't understand. or

#3 Maybe you are having trouble putting your question into a form that we can understand and maybe a friend can help you rephrase the question

#4 Maybe it's a matter of perception. Perhaps you can have a friend read and interpret for you. :lol:

It appears he's asking if the motor parts for the Mk2 and Mk3 LS400 are the same.

I thought that was covered by #1 :chairshot:

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The who thread is a bit of irony. Lexus is a pricy way to go in the UK. So you'd think that folks in the UK that can afford a pricy car would also be able to string a Q together in an understandable manner. So that blows my steriotype. Anywho, I hope the bloke that asked the question has thick skin, because it looks like we're all quick to jump on the whole grammer thing w/ a ton of dry humor. So, in the same vein, here's my attempt to anser the question with dry humor. Ready? OK. Below is the answer to the OP's question:

Well ]thatv6thik 230for i mayb2e 3=9yif2,=don't gtknow 96o9Lesu69s Gla2d to ]3=d45=y0-35ityd help!! kofy

:P Sorry, but I couldn't resist

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The who thread is a bit of irony. Lexus is a pricy way to go in the UK. So you'd think that folks in the UK that can afford a pricy car would also be able to string a Q together in an understandable manner. So that blows my steriotype. Anywho, I hope the bloke that asked the question has thick skin, because it looks like we're all quick to jump on the whole grammer thing w/ a ton of dry humor. So, in the same vein, here's my attempt to anser the question with dry humor. Ready? OK. Below is the answer to the OP's question:

Well ]thatv6thik 230for i mayb2e 3=9yif2,=don't gtknow 96o9Lesu69s Gla2d to ]3=d45=y0-35ityd help!! kofy

:P Sorry, but I couldn't resist

Sorry, but I couldn't resist. :lol: :lol:

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service mechanic are mk2 and mk3 ls 400 paerts for engine the same ithink they are

I don't have the slightest idea what you are talking about, it could be one of there things

#1 I don't have enough knowledge about Lexus to understand your question. or

#2 Maybe you folks in the UK have different ways to describe things that we yanks don't understand. or

#3 Maybe you are having trouble putting your question into a form that we can understand and maybe a friend can help you rephrase the question

#4 Maybe it's a matter of perception. Perhaps you can have a friend read and interpret for you. :lol:

It appears he's asking if the motor parts for the Mk2 and Mk3 LS400 are the same.

thank you it was are engine service parts same for mk2 and mk3 400

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The who thread is a bit of irony. Lexus is a pricy way to go in the UK. So you'd think that folks in the UK that can afford a pricy car would also be able to string a Q together in an understandable manner. So that blows my steriotype. Anywho, I hope the bloke that asked the question has thick skin, because it looks like we're all quick to jump on the whole grammer thing w/ a ton of dry humor. So, in the same vein, here's my attempt to anser the question with dry humor. Ready? OK. Below is the answer to the OP's question:

Well ]thatv6thik 230for i mayb2e 3=9yif2,=don't gtknow 96o9Lesu69s Gla2d to ]3=d45=y0-35ityd help!! kofy

:P Sorry, but I couldn't resist

Sorry, but I couldn't resist. :lol: :lol:

grammar_police_car_203x152.jpg

dear american friend terrible sorry my gramer blame the romans simple question i thought lucky only a few can uderstand still its an english language some find hard ps whats dry hum or do you mean humour also whats a recession petrol over 2 dollars per gallon here lucky we can afford to still be allies for so long all over the world from op

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The who thread is a bit of irony. Lexus is a pricy way to go in the UK. So you'd think that folks in the UK that can afford a pricy car would also be able to string a Q together in an understandable manner. So that blows my steriotype. Anywho, I hope the bloke that asked the question has thick skin, because it looks like we're all quick to jump on the whole grammer thing w/ a ton of dry humor. So, in the same vein, here's my attempt to anser the question with dry humor. Ready? OK. Below is the answer to the OP's question:

Well ]thatv6thik 230for i mayb2e 3=9yif2,=don't gtknow 96o9Lesu69s Gla2d to ]3=d45=y0-35ityd help!! kofy

:P Sorry, but I couldn't resist

Sorry, but I couldn't resist. :lol: :lol:

grammar_police_car_203x152.jpg

genious every thing pricey in england keeps usa away dry humour we did i it 1st thousands years ago now we can put our humour aside look deeper are mk2 and mk3 engine service parts the same wise one

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The who thread is a bit of irony. Lexus is a pricy way to go in the UK. So you'd think that folks in the UK that can afford a pricy car would also be able to string a Q together in an understandable manner. So that blows my steriotype. Anywho, I hope the bloke that asked the question has thick skin, because it looks like we're all quick to jump on the whole grammer thing w/ a ton of dry humor. So, in the same vein, here's my attempt to anser the question with dry humor. Ready? OK. Below is the answer to the OP's question:

Well ]thatv6thik 230for i mayb2e 3=9yif2,=don't gtknow 96o9Lesu69s Gla2d to ]3=d45=y0-35ityd help!! kofy

:P Sorry, but I couldn't resist

thought you cleather yanks could understand but us limeys must try to ask more slowly for you travelled all over usa v ery good people did and have not met many spitefull americans just to ok steriotype gramer may be bad but we brits exported it all over the world where your ancestors from excse spelling we invented dry humour from ops

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Hmm.... maybe things are different for you blokes across the pond.

But PUNCTUATIONS help out a lot.

And why would you think an LS400 can trade ENGINE parts with an LS430???

They are totally different engines....

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in 1996 a ls400 wou;d have cost approx 40000 pounds about 780000 dollars i purchased mine 2 months ago for a more modest sum petrol is approx 11 dollars a gallon a small house 500000 dollars prices have gone mad since b oth our countries went into the mid east still thats what friends do evan when we forget our gramer

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