1995 sc 300

Asked by Mar 06, 2009 at 09:52 AM about the 1995 Lexus SC 300

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what problems should i look for in a 1995 lexus sc 300 with a 150000

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power windows (regulators and motors - basically just make sure they roll up and down smoothly), belts and hoses (especially timing belt and power-steering hoses) and normal used-car checkpoints.

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My '93 just hit 150k miles today and I have had hardly any problems out of mine. The dealership recommends a timing belt change (might as well do water pump while you're at it) and transmission flush. I had already had both of those done to mine so I was in the clear. Other: Gauges/needles burnt out (lextech.org) Trunk struts (ebay) Struts may be near needing replacement As always, keep an eye on those brakes

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Check your fuel filter, replace your transmission filter, replace your power steering oil and brake fluid.

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