47070-60010 (pump motor and accumulator) fits all master 98-07, has been my understanding for years. So yes!Paul I have a friend trying to source the entire unit (47050-60010) but I've called around and even looked overseas. Seems none available at the moment and no ETA for future availability. We are trying to weigh his options.
I can find the 47070-60010 (pump motor and accumulator). So are you saying if I can find a 'Master' for his year model (1998 LC) we can pair the two parts and make a complete unit? And IF so....do you happen to know that part number?
But check at www.Partsouq.com. Their supper accurate (99.9%). Run checks on an 98 or 99 LC VIN #, than say and run check on a 07 LC or LX VIN #. You should see the same PN# for booster assembly (no master). Don't just try to finding make & model, with out a VIN # . As you'll be shock at global variation in platform. PM for VIN#'s if you need some.
The issue has been finding that master W/ or w/o booster. For the the 98-99
If you can't and need, Question is; Can the newer master work on older model with only 1 rear brake line of rear lock equipped 98-99 LC. When Toyota took out the rear locker, they went w/two rear brake line. Which Lexus never had locker IIRC, which don't recall if they had 1 or 2 to the rear. So hunt with a Lexus VIN # also, may help.
I would think to adapt newer to older, either we run a second brake line set-up of the 2000 up. We may be able to plug the second line port at master, IDK. Or use a custom Y fitting to the 1 line running to rear. Test would be necessary for safe operation and pressures.
But then we've the wire housings to deal with. We 3 different configuration I'm sure of, their may be a 4rd or 5th LC/LX. The main difference is 98-99 LC did not have the pressure sensor. Nit sure about LX 98-99.
In early manufactured 2000LC they add the pressure sensor. A type
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In Aug 2000 -2007 they changed that to B type pressure sensor.
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Wire harness coming to pressure sensors are different. But here we may be able to swap harness housing block or just the swap sensor. I've both pressure sensor on hand.
Then we've the wire blocks that connect to the ABS unit (black plastic box on side of master). Again study and some mods may or may not be need.
Then we've the Brake control computer (under dash hung on pedal bracket). We may need to swap out IDK.
This is all cutting edge and is nothing something I do for someone. Unless I keep and test drove in all weather/road condition over the long haul.
But if his issue is a failed booster motor. You can just install a replacement booster motor. Either the booster assy, booster w/ just pump and wire. Or have booster motor rebuilt. Lot of shop do that, or you could do yourself. I've seen your work
Unfortunately all to often, this approach which increases pressure to near or at factory new pressure levels. Reveals a bad seal in the master. Which Tragically happens within a year. Then we hear the "Killing a Goose". Then over time it get worst and motor will run excessively. Clue to if seal, will handle the pressure, is color of fluid, how fast flushed fluid turns dark again and stains in reservoir. Clear fluid and no staining, it a good bet seal good. Dark fluid and stained reservoir, is sign seal will fail fast.
It's for this lack of availability, I'm holding some old dead master. In that I one day with time. I'll see if I can get the back open, to get at that seal. Factory install a thread plugs, or so it looks like. But center punched the side over the plugs, to lock it in. Then we've still the question of can we get seal and whatever else needed. If so, one day we may have rebuilt masters. We don't know how long Toyota will keep supplying any., so we may need Seem on 98-99 we need now.
Another idea I've heard of. Is installing a vacuum type brake system system. It has been done.
Let me know if I've confused the issue. Call text or PM if you'd like to talk anytime. This is a safety issue, so no room for any errors.
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Much cheaper in USA these days. Save shipping and duty fees also. Saves about $900. But for how long IDK!Found one for $2k on partsouq, BRAKE BOOSTER ASSY, W/MASTER CYLINDER 4705060010 | Toyota Parts | PartSouq - https://partsouq.com/en/search/all?q=47050-60010
Probably still worth it even at $2k.
You're more than welcome. Those guys as most Dealership parts guys, are great and know their stuff.Cancelled the previous order, and placed order for the RIGHT part number!! They had no problem doing that. Thank you so much for catching my error!!!
Now I wait to see if they are actually able to source the part. I'll believe it when I get shipping/tracking info.
My local guys let me parts in, just to look at within reason of price point. For that reason, and I can return no question no fees, and stuff like radiator, racks and FDS come undamaged. I don't mind paying little more. Also I get parts fast.