Video: Lexus LS steering wheel defect showcased by Toyota


Toyota has learned from its previous mistakes and is now treating every recall with the upmost respect.

Among the measures it is taking with each new defect is releasing videos of the problems and, subsequently, with the fixes implemented to resolve the problems.

We’ve seen it done with the recent 2010 Lexus GX460 SUV and its drift-inclined side and now with the latest Lexus recall, for the 2010 LS 460 and LS 600h limousines.

As you know, the steering system has a defect where if you turn the wheel full tilt to one side, and then rapidly turn it back, the wheel will be off centered. The system eventually centers the wheel, but it does take some time.

Hit the jump to check out the video of the 2010 Lexus LS steering defect.

Source: LexusEnthusiast

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