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Old 06-13-14, 07:43 AM   #1
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I got this pristine 97 ls400 coach in nearly mint condition. Embroidery on leather and all. A couple weeks ago it threw some codes "multiple misfire and a trans shift code" did a tune up "plugs wires caps and rotors? Took it back out and same codes less the shift solenoid. Any help heading in the right direction would be appreciated.
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Can you post the exact codes?
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Can you post the exact codes?
Idk the exact codes but got a lil tired of messing around with it so I took it to the shop. Turns out my friend who put the wires on put #2 &5 in wrong trauth. Almost burned the wires in half. Their story as I haven't been up there yet. 200 for 2 new plugs and a set of wires. What you think?
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I think i wouldn't let my friend work on my lexus any more.
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Plus one on that...^^^^ lots to be said about doing your own work.
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I think i wouldn't let my friend work on my lexus any more.
I quite agree with you. I also think I wouldn't let dealerships to work on my Celsior. I don't find skilled mechanics anymore these days around here. Newly hired mechanics are not familiar to old cars. They even don't know much about newer cars though.
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Idk the exact codes but got a lil tired of messing around with it so I took it to the shop. Turns out my friend who put the wires on put #2 &5 in wrong trauth. Almost burned the wires in half. Their story as I haven't been up there yet. 200 for 2 new plugs and a set of wires. What you think?
Thanks.... Tony
Wow!!! Just do it yourself it's fairly easy.
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