Question about 1991 Lexus LS 400
Car cranks and runs. after 15-20 minutes the car shuts off and wont start for a few hours. takes awhile to start after cranking. so far it has a new fuel pump and filter, timing belt, tune up, coolant temp sensor, new radiator cap, ignition coils. was also leaking from the front driver side of car but it stopped. not sure what it was or from where.
Posted by Anonymous on
SOUNDS LIKE THE TIMING IS OFF.U NEED TO MAKE SURE THE TIMING MARKS ARE CORRECTLY ALIGNED..IF THEY ARE THEN LOOK FOR A LOOSE CONNECTION AROUND THE CRANK OR CAMSHAFT SENSORS
Posted on May 01, 2009
this could be a starter or the enigtion swicth yes if you crank the key to long it will kill the battery.
Posted on May 05, 2010
need to take belt off and spin each pulley by hand to make sure they all spin freely and also look and make sure when belt broke that it did not cut a wire or something like that
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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