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Infiniti J30, Sedan
#651 of 691 Re: To buy a J30 or not [rdcarlisle]
May 10, 2007 (9:36 am)
It is a rock solid car if you can buy one that has been well maintained. This is more true for this car than an accord or camry. Since the resale value is bit lower than honda or toyota, you should be able to pick one up at a lower price.
#652 of 691 Re: Driver side door [soukupjd]
May 11, 2007 (5:23 pm)
I had the exact same thing happen to me. My nephew is a mechanic and we just spent over 2 hours trying to get the interior door panel off but couldn't completely. We put down the window eventually, pried apart a bit and took a crowbar type thing and hammer and broke the lock. I now have to order a new locking mechanism.
#653 of 691 Re: 93 J dash light problems!! [94j]
May 11, 2007 (6:28 pm)
Common problem with 94 j30. You should have a little manual in trunk to show you how to take apart dash. It will take about a half hour to get to the relay switch in dash, sand the contacts on switch and put it back in. I did it 2 years ago and it worked for 1 1/2 yrs. time to do it again.
#654 of 691 Re: Driver side door [court1]
May 11, 2007 (7:01 pm)
If you need a new locking mechanism, I have one from a 93 J30; the door is wrecked, but the lock is good. Let me know if you're interested, i'll pull it off and ship it to you; make me a reasonable offer. It's doing me no good sitting in my garage.
#655 of 691 1993 infiniti j30t
Jul 03, 2007 (9:44 pm)
Hey people I have a beautiful infinti j30t that my father left me and it just now started having problems with the rear struts, and everywhere I go people tell me to goto the dealer for parts which are $800 just for parts...so if anyone could help me find some cheap parts please help me I'm not made of money and after I get it back on road I have to fix the AC/Heat system I was one of the lucky ones who left a AXE deodorant can in car and it blew up taking the blower system out with windshield last summer so the car has been parked and I want to get the honey mobile back on the road asap..please email me at HeathMoore68yahoo.com if you can help me out here with some advice or money haha thank you
#656 of 691 Re: My experiences with my J30 [willthethrill]
Jul 04, 2007 (6:14 am)
I have the door locking experience too. I can live with it, but was wondering if there is a cure, and what it is?
#658 of 691 Re: My experiences with my J30 [rick_the_mick]
Jul 05, 2007 (1:21 pm)
My '95 has power door lock with mind of its own. Just sometimes, the doors lock when you normally slam the door. I have locked my keys in three times and now have learnt my lesson by carrying a spare key in my wallet. Problem solved!!!
#659 of 691 Re: My experiences with my J30 [coupedncal]
Jul 05, 2007 (5:59 pm)
I have the same experience, and have gotten in the habit of removing my keys each time i get out.
Although I'm prepared to live with this, does anyone know why this happens or what the cure is?
#660 of 691 STALLIING 93 Infiniti J30
Dec 02, 2007 (9:51 am)
I own a 94 Infiniti J30 with 180,000 and it has recently started stalling as well. I'm pretty mechanical, but I am hesitant to start tearing into that crowded japanese motor. Did you ever figure out what was causing your car to stall?
My J30 is doing the same thing, once it warms up some electrical issues start happening. Its related to my breaks I think, when I tap them my lights dim on the inside and out. It eventually dies on me and I see a check engine sensor (which has been on for the last 15,000 miles probably although its been running EXCELLENT...) I also see my airbag light, seatbelt light, and ABS light. This has happened about 6 times in the last week. Sometimes it will stutter and the gas pedal is very non-responsive (which makes me think it could be a fuel filter possibly). After it dies on me, it is VERY VERY hard to start.
Does anyone have any useful knowledge???