Question about 1998 Lexus Gs 400
I had my GS400 lowered on 20's and it definately rides much better than stock but if you like 22's getting the correct offset and wheel width will prevent you from having to lift the car.
When the VSC light comes on it possibly means some damage has occured to any 1 or more of the 4 speed sensors that are mounted on the each brake caliper. You'll need to run a diagnostic check to pin point which speed sensor it is that defective. The sensor cost appr. $250 at Toyota or Lexus dealer but look on eBay for a used one. The front senors are pretty easy to replace. I'm not sure about the rear sensors but since the sensor has a plug-in harness it make replacement relatively straight forward. DIY and you could save $150-200 labor.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
The lexus gs400 is supposed to be lowered.I know that makes the car handel much better and faster..
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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