1991 LS 400 console button

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Old 17 Nov 2011, 01:49 pm   #1 (permalink)
Bob Boo
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Default 1991 LS 400 console button

Do not have an owner's manual, can anyone tell me
what the PWR-ECT-NORM switch is supposed to do?

Thanks, Bob B
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Old 17 Nov 2011, 03:52 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1991 LS 400 console button

Google is your friend:

http://www.clublexus.com/forums/ls40...-question.html



On 11/17/2011 1:49 PM, Bob Boo wrote:
> Do not have an owner's manual, can anyone tell me
> what the PWR-ECT-NORM switch is supposed to do?
>
> Thanks, Bob B


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Old 18 Nov 2011, 07:30 am   #3 (permalink)
Elmo P. Shagnasty
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In article <4ec55729$0$21140$c3e8da3$12bcf670@news.astraweb.c om>,
Bob Boo <bobboo@lexus.com> wrote:

> Do not have an owner's manual, can anyone tell me
> what the PWR-ECT-NORM switch is supposed to do?
>
> Thanks, Bob B


ECT means that switch controls the Electronically Controlled
Transmission.

NORM is normal response, shifting up through the gears fairly quickly.
PWR delays the shift points to keep the engine revs up and in the power
band more, allegedly to keep the system more responsive.

Really, it's more marketing than anything else.

It's a standard Toyota thing.
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