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Lexus SC 430 Questions

tmilano
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Where Exactly Is The Navigation Door In The Trunk?

Where is the navigation disc located?

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hblexus2006
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Turns Over/no Start/ Power Surge To Electrical System By Battery Charger Be...

Vehicle was in the body shop and had dead battery. Battery charger was hooked up to a 220 volt outlet and a fuse or relay blew but can find which one. A 15 amp ign fuse blows as soon as you try to s...

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ivan1953
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I Have A 2003 Lexus 430 Sc With 90,000 Miles. Went To Start And Nothing Ha...

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Divad Zepol
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Hey Everyone..had A Question..i Just Got My Obx Headers Installed On My 200...

OBX Headers installed..dashboard lights coming on 5 miles later

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narcissey
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How Do I Replace The Headlight Dimmer Switch For 2007 Lexus 430

I've replaced the bulbs three times. the ballast 1 time. we've got it narrowed down to the headlight dimmer switch. I've got my hands on the part and am wondering if anyone has any insight on how th...

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About the Lexus SC 430

The Lexus SC coupe reappeared in 2002 with a total redesign and a larger engine.  The SC 300 and 400 had vanished after the 2000 model year, in preparation for long-awaited and much needed revisions.  The new SC 430 was also a convertible, which was a first for Lexus.  This was an automatic retracting hard top which folded into the truck.  The SC was classified as a 2+2, but the back seats were less spacious than the previous ones, which were not very spacious either.  
The new 430 was rear wheel drive, but it now featured a more powerful engine.  The new 300 horsepower 4.3 liter V-8 was borrowed from the LS sedan, along with the smooth 5-speed automatic transmission.  The coupe sped from 0 to 60 in 6.6 seconds, and braked back to zero in 121 feet.  Fuel economy remained unchanged from the previous SC, holding at 18/23 mpg.
The SC's 18-inch tires were held steady by an advanced antiskid/traction system, which gave the coupe a bit more control on slick surfaces than its predecessor. While it was listed as a option, run-flat tires seemed to appear on most of the SC 430s.  They led to frequent driver complaints regarding road noise and ride quality.  The new drop top was a favorite feature among drivers.