You'll see Lexus on the left side Use this to search our entire site! Of course, whenever you buy any used car, you must make sure that you haveit thoroughly checked out by a competent professional. The sportydriver will like the near-silent silky acceleration thatthis car provides but this is a pure luxury car and you may be disappointed with the roadfeel and the throttle response. Under the trunk floor, there is a full size spare tire which ismounted face-down. Cat to Y pipe intersection showing after cat O2 sensor location. Notice also the heat discoloration just after the pipes enter the silencers. Currently I am one of the few people doing Lexus V8 research and performance enhancement. In this case we're only showing removal of the front pipe and cats so it's not necessary to remove the tail pipes.
If you are a conservative driver, thisis your car. Thanks again for your help on this. It appears to attach to the valve cover which has a nipple which is covered. Soft but controlled over any kind of pavement we could throw at it. The transmission is a perfect match for the engine. The excellent tires gripped the road with a vengeance both in corneringand stopping while maintaining a very quiet ride. And thanks for the 2 links which I've already looked at.
They are just asreliable and have more of a sports sedan feel. The entire center pad of the wheel serves as a horn switch. Tire grip with the larger tiresfound on the '93 and '94 is exceptional right to the limit. The V8 engine is world-class. You don't have to unplug them unless you're replacing them.
Just use the search facility at the bottom left. Press number 2 and they all move to the other driverssettings. The steering wheel has a nice feel to it with a thick rim that allows a good senseof control. Bottom Line This will repair the crankshaft on a Honda Civic but is best installed with the crankshaft out of the engine. I've been told that Lexus are no longer manufacturing them. Heat discoloration shows up where there is a flow restriction.
Even though removing the exhaust pipes is only a few nuts and bolts they will probably be rusted on. All Car Body Parts orders are packed and delivered in 24 hours. Checkout its reliability rating in any consumer publication that rates used cars and see foryourself. See the older threads and then come back here. Do you have any questions? The core is made up of a thin metal spiral that has corrugated dividers. The only problem that ever seemed to be mentioned was at the front end with the cats and the flanges and the solution seemed to possibly weld.
The only problem that ever seemed to be mentioned was at the front end with the cats and the flanges and the solution seemed to possibly weld. Malc Thanks Malc, I'm no mechanic either, so I think the best route will be for me to pass on your reply to the guy that looks after my lovely car and hope he can work with that. But from inside, all youcould feel was a gentle rocking motion, with little or no sound from a suspension that youknew had to be working its heart out. This car exudes quality from its fit and finish to the materials chosenboth inside and out. The rest of the car is superb, so it's certainly not ready for an early grave just because of this. Also note the O2 placement is in the 50mm sections of the Y pipe where the sensor tip takes up a good portion of the available flow area Here is the Y pipe. This forum has been really helpful and I now feel I have a number of options, so will pursue the ones that best fit my circumstance and location.
Thanks again for pointing me in what is probably the right direction. If you still want the Lexus, get a 93or94. The factory covers most of it with heat shielding. This process takes place so quickly and seamlessly, in many cases the only way that youknow that you almost lost traction is by the flashing Trac light that tells you that thesystem momentarily took over. It's a lot of great car at the moment worth nothing if I don't deal with the exhaust so, even though £500+ seems a lot for an exhaust, it'll be worth every pound I'm sure. The rest of the car is superb, so it's certainly not ready for an early grave just because of this.
Use exhaust as a term but use others too, flanges, cats etc. See the older threads and then come back here. It is not noticeable in the cabin at all. If applying the brake is insufficient to stopthe spin, the computer will reduce power to the engine until the skid is under control. Whengoing over a dip in the road that would send other softly sprung cars bounding up and downand getting their passengers seasick, this car will sense the dip in the road andinstantly tighten up its electronically controlled shocks to stop any bounding before ithad a chance to start.
This allows the gasses to flow directly through the core with minimal restriction. Any ideas what it is? This effort comes from my personal love for this wonderful engine. You can use it to store rags or gloves or maybe a set of booster cables outof sight. Of course, 20 years ago most cars were rear wheeldrive and none had traction control. The rest of the car is superb, so it's certainly not ready for an early grave just because of this. I checked underneath the car when it was running, and it didn't seem to have any leak in the exhaust system. Runs perfect without it connected, for years so I plugged the end of it.