Question about 1995 Lexus LS 400
Well this isn’t a good solution to the problem but I had the same thing and I just unplugged the sensor so I would be able to used the tilt feature without problem I imagine if I get a new sensor the problem will be fixed. When its plugged in it won’t let you move the wheel up and down with out issues if at all but if you take off the cover and unplug the sensor on the right side it will let you tilt the wheel. Also I saw a TSB saying the wires were to tight and this is what the problem was I loosened them up but I am pretty certain it is my sensor. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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