Lexus LS400 XF10 XF20 Free Downloadable PDF Factory Service Manual / Repair Manual
Model Years: 1989 to 1997
In January 1989, the LS 400 made its debut as a 1990 model at the North American International Auto ... View More Info
Chassis Code(s): XF10 XF20
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Lexus LS400 Factory Service Manual
Factory workshop manual for the Lexus LS400. Covers both Series 1 (XF10) and Series 2 (XF20) models, made between 1989 and 1997. This is a complete guide for the entire vehicle and includes maintenance, repair and overhaul guides for the engine, gearbox and differential. Also included is electrical wiring diagrams, interior assembly / repair, body part replacement procedures and service / replacement guides for the brakes, steering and suspension.
In January 1989, the LS 400 made its debut as a 1990 model at the North American International Auto Show, in Detroit, Michigan. U.S. sales began in September 1989, followed by limited exports to Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. The LS 400's new 4.0 liter 1UZ-FE 32-valve V8 engine, capable of 190 kilowatts (250 hp) and 353 newton metres (260 ft-lbs) of torque, was linked to a new four-speed automatic transmission with electronically controlled shifts. The chassis used an independent, double-wishbone suspension setup, and an air suspension system was optional. The LS 400's 0-100 kilometres per hour (62 mph) time was 8.5 seconds, and its top speed was 250 kilometres per hour (160 mph). Compared to the rival target BMW 735i (E32) and Mercedes-Benz 420 SE (W126), the LS 400 had a quieter cabin, with 58 dB at 100 kilometres per hour (62 mph); a higher top speed; a lower drag coefficient and curb weight; and it avoided the U.S. Gas Guzzler Tax.