Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS)
KDSS is standard on the Lexus GX 460, and enhanced for 2010 with steering and yaw sensors. By adjusting roll resistance provided by the front and rear stabilizer bars, KDSS can reduce maximum body-roll angle by as much as 50 percent to help enhance both on-road handling response and off-highway capability.
Using hydraulic cylinders acting on each stabilizer bar and linked by a pressure-sensing valve, KDSS reduces the degree of roll stiffness provided by the stabilizer bars in response to changing road conditions and driver inputs. Because KDSS allows the stabilizer bars to disengage in certain situations like off-road driving, the nominal stiffness of the bars can be notably increased to help reduce body-tilt and improve on-road handling.
During on-road cornering, when both front and rear cylinders are compressed, no fluid flows in the system and the stabilizer bars work conventionally to help reduce body lean. In off-road driving situations, KDSS allows the wheels on each axle to move with a larger degree of side-to-side independence, helping to minimize any tendency for wheel lift. When the Lexus GX 460 encounters an uneven surface, one compressed cylinder causes fluid to flow between the front and rear cylinders, allowing the stabilizer bars to move freely. That action increases wheel travel and articulation and helps to equalize wheel loading.
If you have a flat tire
Remove the flat tire and replace it with the spare provided. Before jacking up the vehicle Stop the vehicle on a hard, flat surface. - Set the parking brake. - Shift the shift lever to P. - Stop ...
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If the vehicle 12-volt battery is discharged
The following procedures may be used to start the hybrid system if the vehicle’s 12-volt battery is discharged. You can also call your Lexus dealer or a qualified repair shop. If you have a set o ...