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1998 Lexus GS 300 Consumer Discussions

1998 Lexus GS 300
What Type and size Michelin's are you running? I'm on my 4th set of Michelin's on three GS 300's. 1998 - 2000 - 2002. No noise, no problems. Average life about 65K / 75K depending on how bad the k...

Went into the Edmund's town hall archives to see if there were many squawks against the GS 300 - GS 400 transmission in the 1998 - 1999 time period. I did this in an attempt to corroborate what the se...

Just a correction...from 1998-2000 only the GS 400 had the E-shift controls, the GS 300 did not (my family has a 1999 GS 300). When the V8 went from the GS 400 to the GS 430 in 2001, the E-shift contr...

of 5.4 seconds for this 3693-pound sedan. The GS 300 was also offered once again and featured a slightly revised version of the last generation's 3.0 L inline-6 now producing 225 hp (165 kW) and 225 ...

Lexus models, including a 1990 LS 400 and a 1998 GS 300. Neither has had even little problems. While some of you may have experienced these things, overall Lexus is still superior to other makes. Loo...

My first 1998 GS 300 (88,000 Mi) and my second 2002 GS 300 67,000 Mi have no squeaks or rattles....

go to the auto aftermarket place, they have the fuse or part that you may be able to change yourself. You have 130,000 miles that is great I had 160,000 on my GS 300 1998. They dont make them like tha...
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