Lexus Gs350 owners manuals
- A crack in the fuel pulsation damper may cause a fuel leak affecting the GS350 and GS450h from 2005-2015 models years.
- The sealing performance of the gasket seated within the fuel pressure sensor and the engine fuel delivery pipe might deteriorate over time. This is seen on the Lexus GS300 (2005 – 2007).
The Lexus GS is an executive vehicle marketed by Lexus, the premium division of Toyota across fourth generations. Produced as a performance sedan competing in the mid-luxury class, the GS slots within the compact executive IS and large LS, and shared its chassis with the Toyota Crown premium sedans till 2011.
The first-generation Lexus GS began sales in the United States in 1993 where it was presented with an inline-6 powertrain. The second-generation model appeared in 1997, using a new platform, in-house styling, and adding a new V8 model. The third-generation GS, presented in 2006, was built in V6, V8, and hybrid versions, the latter known as the GS 450h.
The fourth-generation introduced the new V6-powered GS 350, hybrid GS 450h, and performance-tuned F Sport variants.
The Lexus GS 350 is available in two main level trims: base and F Sport. Both are powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine (311 horsepower, 280 lb-ft of torque), an eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. All-wheel is optional, but it is equipped with a six-speed automatic instead of the eight-speed.
Lexus GS 350 known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Lexus GS 350 are: