2010 Lexus LS460 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2010 Lexus LS460
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2010 Lexus LS460 ProblemsIntermittent No Start Due to Failed "Push Start" Switch
An intermittent no start condition may be caused by a failed "Push Start" switch. Replacing the failed switch should correct this concern.
A clicking or knocking type sound may be noted from the brake actuator when applying the brakes lightly, or if the brake pedal is pressed while the vehicle is stopped. Our technicians tell us a revised brake actuator is available to correct this concern.
A knocking sound may be heard at idle, when the air conditioning is off and the automatic transmission is in "Drive". Several changes have been made to improve this; a computer software upgrade, revised valve lash adjusters, and a redesigned timing chain are all available to try and correct this concern.
2010 Lexus LS460 Questionsa deer ran into my left light and cracked it and crack one of my grill in front in low speed luckily I stopped - I took some pic - I did a claim to see my options - how much will that be? should I go out of pocket or claim (1 answer)
a deer ran into my left light and cracked it and crack one of my grill in front in low speed luckily I stopped
I am not using oem - I am using powerstop z23 series
after putting in another new bulb in there still doesn't want to work - and lexus shop wants to charge me 150 to look and 300 dollars for parts and labor and they won't tell me what is wrong with it - thanks in advance!
2010 Lexus LS460 RecallsPotential Fuel Leak
Due to the remnants of anti-corrosion plating, a fuel leak may develop from where the fuel pressure sensor is attached to the fuel delivery pipe. Any fuel leak always increases the risk of a fire. Dealers will clean and reseal the area of the fuel pressure sensor to correct this concern.
A programming change to the variable gear ratio steering (VGRS) system can cause improper activation of the steering system protection logic, which is designed to protect the steering system when larger than normal inputs are applied when the wheel is fully turned. Improper activation of the protection system can cause the steering wheel to become off centered up to 90 degrees. This can happen if the steering wheel is fully turned and then quickly turned back to center. If the steering wheel unexpectedly becomes off center while driving, the risk of a crash is increased. Dealers will replace the steering control ECU free of charge. The recall began on July 12, 2010.