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I got a lexus ls400 vvti importad engin and gearbox it wont go over 140 km per hour how do i fix that

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SOURCE: R & R 1991 Lexus Ls400 Gear shift knob

slide the lower part of shifter handle down and you will find two screws, but there is 2 wires coming in from center console for overdrive button.you have to remove the center console cover and remove the 2 wires from connector and then pull up threw handle.when you go back together you will have to guide them back threw the handle.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Replace/fix starter on 1991 Lexus LS400

Not too bad. Not much room, just enough to drop the starter. It is probably easier to go up through exhaust if you can get your exhaust shield off the manifold .

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SOURCE: how do i change my spark plugs on my lexus ls400

there located on top of engine under the cover thats says V8 FOUR CAM 32, 4 S.P. on each side,remove both covers and its easy access after that.

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