Listing can be found on Ebay.
LOW MILEAGE 1995 Lexus SC 400. Looks and drives like perfect! Great condition inside and out. Very nice sports coupe soon to become a classic. Garaged with solid maintenance records.
New tires (just replaced)
New battery (just replaced)
New plugs and wires (just replaced)
New brakes and rotors (@124k)
Timing belt replaced (@88K)
water pump replaced (@88K)
Engine mounts and transmission mounts (@124k)
Updated Cat-Back exhaust system
Smooth riding sports car! Bullet proof engine and very reliable luxury automobile. Nonsmoking vehicle, no wrecks, clean Carfax. Title in hand. You will not be disappointed. Original sticker price in 1995 shows $52,413. Serious inquiries only please.
Hello My engine and trac off lights have been on for several months (code 71 came up) and I have not noticed any problems until the other day. I started the car (95 sc300) and it seemed to hesitate, and then ran normal for a couple miles until the check engine light started to flash and the car died. I'm wondering if just an EGR issue would cause the engine to shut off, or if anyone thinks it's possibly a timing issue (maybe starting the car caused enough of a rattle to mess up the old belt?) but like I said, it started kinda rough, ran fine for a couple of miles, and the CEL light flashed and it died. I'm wondering if it's more likely a timing issue, egr issue, or perhaps both? Could a timing issue show up as code 71? Thank you!
Selling my car. Located in So Cal. Message me if interested. Here's the link to my CL listing:
113000 original miles
3rd owner (friend of 1st and 2nd owner)
All original, no mods.
Driver window needs to be fixed.
Minor head gasket leak into engine compartment
Keep in mind this is a 20 year old car so the original paint and interior are not perfect and reflect being parked outside all of its life.
Dent behind passenger door.
Driver seat torn.
Tape deck and factory sub don't work.
Auto antenna grinds, but works.
No key fobs.
Passenger rear view mirror housing is loose, temporarily fastened in place.
22-26 mpg average.
AC blows cold.
12 disc Lexus CD changer in trunk.
Electric driver and passenger rear view mirrors work.
Power seats work.
New tires with approx 5000k miles.
Major service 30k miles ago: timing belt/tensioner/pulley, water pump, coolant, serpentine belt & tensioner, transmission filter & fluid, front/rear rotors & pads, brake fluid flush, rear struts, spark plugs, fan clutch, distributor o-ring.
Serviced by Toyota/Honda mechanic every 5k miles... no known issues aside from head gasket leak.
Recently rebuilt starter.
Selling to highest bidder on eBay. I suppose it is appropriate to post here:
It has been a good car. Rebuilt ECU according the LSCowboy and Yamae recommended capacitors. Shifts like a dream.
New transmission mount and timing belt and water pump done this past week 8/20/17.
Leather as seen in pics but I just found an exact car with nicer leather seats also 110K, that I can give you that info if you are interested.
If interested in this car please reach me at 781-449-9990. I and the car are located in Sarasota Florida. Always has been a Florida car.
By OLD GUY WITH SC
98,000 miles. original owner. technician replaced a/c compressor in 2016. now we can see green dye "draining" from flow tube of evap coil. system holds charge for several months before a/c no longer performs effectively.
REQUEST: I would appreciate some advice as to COST or ALTERNATIVES or SITES I could search for just what is entailed in the removal / replacement of the evap coil. The tech is researching also but tells me the complete dash board needs to be removed in order to get at the coil. LABOR will likely be the highest cost. I am wondering if there are alternate routes we can go.
Thanks in advance for your suggestion(s).