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Oil Reset Procedure: Lexus GS 430 2006-2011

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Oil Reset Procedure Lexus GS 430 2006-2011

Oil Reset Procedure for Lexus GS 430 2006-2011

 

 

Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Lexus GS 430 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

 

Lexus GS 430 oil reset procedure for the year 2006

1. Turn ignition to the “RUN” position.

2. Press the “ODO TRIP” button until the display is blank.

3. Turn ignition off. Press and hold the “TRIP METER RESET” button, and turn ignition to the “RUN” position.

4. Continue to hold button for more than 7 seconds.

5. The light will illuminate and a chime will sound and “OIL MAINT RESET” will be displayed.

6. Release button and turn ignition off.

Lexus GS 430 oil reset procedure for the year 2007

1. Turn ignition to the “RUN” position.

2. Press the “DISP” button until the display is blank.

3. Turn ignition off.

4. Press and hold the “TRIP METER RESET” button, and turn ignition to the “RUN” position.

5. Continue to hold button for more than 7 seconds.

6. The light will illuminate and a chime will sound and “OIL MILEAGE RESET” will be displayed.

7. Release button and turn ignition off.

Lexus GS 430 oil reset procedure for the year 2007 through 2011

1. Turn on your car without starting

2. Use the ODO/TRIP button to cycle through until it’s on the ODO

3. Now turn off your car

4. At the same time press and hold the RESET button and press the start button twice to get it to the on position again

5. Now it will say oil mileage reset and at that point you are finished

 

 

 

About Lexus GS 430

Lexus used the slogan “Something Wicked This Way Comes” in their marketing campaigns to announce the arrival of the second generation GS sedan. The second generation of the GS sedan was a much greater commercial success than its predecessor. Sales of the second generation GS sedan reached 30,622 units in its first year, increased in the second year, and eventually leveled off at 28,079 units by the year 2000. Lexus announced that it would keep the second generation vehicle in its lineup for a total of eight years, which is two years longer than the company did with the first generation vehicle. The starting price of a GS 300 in the United States was approximately $38,000, and the starting price of a GS 430 was approximately $47,000.

The only significant alteration to the exterior design of the second generation GS was a facelift that took place in 2000 for the 2001 model year. On the front end, there was a subtly tinted set of headlamps in addition to a slightly modified grille and tail lights. Xenon headlamps are now standard on vehicles with a V8 engine and can be purchased as an option on vehicles with a six-cylinder engine. The GS 300 received an increase in the amount of interior wood trim, as well as shift buttons for the steering wheel.

In the same year, 2000, Lexus introduced a special “SportDesign” edition of the GS 300 for North America that was only available in limited quantities and featured a sport suspension similar to that of the GS 430, wider tires, and polished alloy wheels. The perforated leather upholstery, brushed aluminum accents, and darkly stained walnut trim were all new additions to the SportDesign interior package. The production of the GS 300 SportDesign was restricted to a run of 3,300 units during the third quarter of the year 2001. (vs. 25,000 annual GS sales annually). The SportDesign was manufactured right up until the conclusion of the design cycle in the year 2004, when production was stopped.

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