by tonyfazt on May 4, 2013 Vehicle: 1993 Lexus LS 400 4dr Sedan
93 ls4 145k
car is fun to drive when you can drive it
it was the fuel relay, then the ecu,then the tps, then the radiator, then the rear main seal, then the water pump
found myself either at the gas pump or under the hood. car is fast but i wouldnt recommend it
i actually wouldnt drive it farther than 500 miles to afraid of it breaking down and leaving me stranded i have driven both f150 5.4 and chevy cavalier - 2000 miles
round trip no problems and both got better mpg yes even the truck considering the price of supreme for the ls4 vs regular f150 in a twenty gallon tank it evens out
dont do it unless your a mechanic with a endless supply of cheap supreme gasoline
by tjh1 on Feb 2, 2010 Vehicle: 1993 Lexus LS 400 4dr Sedan
It is now 2010, I've had this car for 11 years and have found it to be a wonderful car for a 17 year old car. I get compliments that the body style doesn't show that it's that old. The ride is still incredible with good tires. The comfort is superb. Reliability is excellent. In the years I have had it, there are a couple of known issues. One, is the dash electronics start turning off on cold days. This is caused by some degraded components (half dozen capacitors) in the dash PCB which can be replaced by folks who do this on ebay, or you can do it yourself(as I did). Took 4 hours total. Overall, this car has been very reliable at 200K miles for me. The engine/tranny is very strong.
by eicu-rn on Jan 4, 2009 Vehicle: 1993 Lexus LS 400 4dr Sedan
This car is superb 1993 LS 400. It is now (age) sweet 16 and still is better than most new cars out there. I can't get rid of it because she performs flawlessly on a daily basis. I had the timing belt and water pump replaced.. that's it.