Does the RX350 really have a VC for 4WD traction..??
The advertising info, printed and on line, even NCF, New Car Features, for the 2007 RX350 indicate that it uses a VC. All of the Lexus RX350 shop/repair manuals indicate that it uses the same transfer as the RX330, Highlander, and Sienna, the MF2A, whereas the RX300 used the MF2AV, "V" apparently referring to the incorporation of the VC.
This same thing was done with the RX330, the early printed material indicated it used the VC when in actuality it did not.
I would contact the dealer, it sounds like this is a question they will have to answer.
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