Question about Lexus RX 300
The main seals are a good bet. Not as likely is the distributor seal. Look on top of the transmission case for puddled oil and rub your finger on the botom of the distributor, especially where it meets the engine. Either may indicate a leaking distributor seal (which is a lot easier to replace).
If it is the main seal(s) I had pretty good luck with a product called AT205 Re-Seal to refresh my seals on a 1990 Camry. If it is going to work you should notice an improvement in 200-300 miles.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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