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Steering Problems of Lexus LS400

Lexus LS400 owners have reported 5 steering related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 4 most common steering problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's steering (2 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's steering tie rod assembly (1 problem). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.

Table 1. Steering related problems of Lexus LS400

  Recently reported Steering problems of Lexus LS400

The Steering problem

The seat belts on my car do not retract or stay tight on me anymore. They continue to loosen as I drive. They are stiff almost brittle. The steering wheel does not move out like it used to. Now it moves away from the dash in an upward direction toward my face.   Read details...

The Steering Tie Rod Assembly problem

Bends after driving on a crown road. . . . . . 3x. . . . . Bcp in smyrna DE will not give me another changed left and right tie rod ends twiice and still cannot keep the vehicle on the road.   Read details...

The Hydraulic Power Assist Steering System problem

After making a complete stop vehicle rolled for about 4-5 feet causing a rearend collision. Dealer could not determine the cause.   Read details...

The Power Steering Pump problem

When the vehicle is cold, the instrument panel does not light up. It takes about an hour of driving to "warm up" the dashboard and will eventually flicker. This happens constantly and seems to be an issue with all Lexus Ls400s. I am also having an issue with the power steering leaking.   Read details...

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