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2009-2010 LS 460/600h L VGRS recall (software update)

Old 04-06-16, 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by hrazibey View Post
I own a 08 Lexus LS460L, recently the check vgrs/vcs light came on. However, my car still was driving just fine. I took my car to the dealer and rather than give me a specific diagnosis of the problem they proceeded to talk me into replacing the entire rack and pinion steering system ($4,000). The diagnosis showed a specific error message code (C1289 Current Vgrs control system malfunction) which I've yet to have anyone explain, so that I can fix the specific problem.
07 ls460, first dealer was unable to clear the fault code and said that the rack and other bits needed replacement. Second dealer read the fault code reset it and there have been no faults for the last 5 months
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My 2007 460L did the same thing. It drove fine. Steering wheel was centered. I took it to the Toyota dealer where I purchased it. They performed an electronic steering calibration saying "the pin that sets it did not line up right". $60.11
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