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About 1UZ-FE

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  • Birthday 04/30/1987

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    1994 LS400

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  1. its a cleaner look for sure but i think the color is a bit too bright. also just like steviej said, some of the smilies are not loading the images: :whistles: :snoooorrrtttt: :chairshot: :cries: these are the ones that do not show a preview.
  2. good to hear that your problem is finally resolved (mostly). the SM should be very open to any comments as long as you are calm about it, like you said. keep us posted!
  3. yep. even a young'n like me can appreciate a completely original, stock, healthy LS, the way it should be. I dont plan on doing anything to my car other than regular maintenance. if you start to modify things, you start to lose the "Lexusness" of your car. just my 2¢
  4. i figured thats what you were trying to explain. i can't help you with that one. the best i can tell you is make sure you keep an eye on the coolant level and keep it topped off. you'll be fine, atleast for now...
  5. where the tranny and engine meet is called a rear main seal. mine is also leaking....but not coolant. i've only heard of/experienced oil leaking from a rear main seal. i dont know if it is possible for coolant to leak from this seal.
  6. sorry but that was more or less just a guess. ummm...i dont really know much about how to test the system/diagnostic. the only questions i can ask are rather basic: 1. does the trac system perform a self test when you first turn the car on? (trac & trac off bulbs light for a few seconds)(make sure all your warning bulbs light up) 2. are any of your check engine/trac off/trac lights on/blinking while driving? (make sure all your warning bulbs light up) 3. does the trac system function properly when you break traction? i think thats about all i got....maybe someone else could answer your
  7. Great point and well said!!
  8. oops! double post! :whistles: delete me mods! (Just the post, not the member!)
  9. does your car have trac? I believe that the trac computer/module thingy is either right on top of the throttle body, or right next to it. maybe there is something not right with your trac system?? not too sure
  10. well first off, it may be hard for some of you to believe, but even a 17 yr old like myself can vouch for the fact that "hot roding" is not the brightest idea. I used to do this too, but unlike just about every other teen driver, i grew out of it fast. I now baby my 94 with 170k+ on the clock b/c i want her to last a long time with limited repairs. Even though I ignore the urges that sometimes pop into my head, I can still understand from a teenager's standpoint why you do it. I also know that nobody can talk you out of still doing it. So, with that being said, i will do what i can to help y
  11. wow i wish i was a moderator so i could move this myself. firstlexus: you want to post in the ES Forum, not the LS Forum.
  12. Good point and what a great idea!! Grab them by the balls and tell them you are done with their games. Nothing will get a dealer's attention (which cares about CSI) like releasing documents which show them in a bad light to the public. You may even consider notifying the local news about your ordeal and letting them make a story about it (or atleast threaten to do so). Great point Matt! Good luck Mike
  13. a member here (lexls) has devoted many hours to making a really great website. the website is http://www.lexls.com and it has many tutorials. one of them is how to reset your airbag light.
  14. well incase anyone is still confused: well i'm not sure about the ES and different gens, but in my 94 LS and the whole gen I LS that even though we have 4 wheel disk brakes, the rear rotors have a drum inside of them that the e-brake/parking brake uses. if you don't quite get it, here it is a little less confusing: when pressing the brake pedal during normal driving, braking force is applied to the rear wheels via brake pad to disk (rotor) contact. when you pull your e-brake/parking break when parking and such, braking force is applied to the rear wheels via brake shoe to drum contact. so
  15. well its been a while since i've been active on the greatest forum ever. so im just gonna fill u guys in on whats happened lately. over a period of about a month, i've learned that my car is going to need many repairs. with no job, no money, and a car payment, thats not gonna be easy about a month ago, i went to the shop my car was serviced at before i bought it. these repairs were performed by Triangle Imports and paid for by the private dealer i bought my car from. anyway, the reciept said that one of the things they did is replaced my PS pump, which had been making quite a bit of noise
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